I love supporting creative projects and if you’re looking to find more, you need to check out Kickstarter! Kickstarter is a website full of creative products, music, movies, ideas and more!
Recently, I found out about a project to help get the children’s book Roger Nix, President at Six published.
About Roger Nix, President at Six
Roger Nix is an ordinary boy: he loves kindergarten, playing make-believe, and hanging out with his imaginary friends (a baby donkey named Jack and a baby elephant named Abe). But when he learns about the plans of Old Man Plee, a perennial presidential candidate, to shut down schools and send kids to work in factories as an austerity measure; Roger decides to run against Old Man Plee as a defender of kid-ness. Of course Abe and Jack are there to help him every step of the way.
Roger Nix, President at Six is a fable about elections. Its primary goal is to get young children thinking and talking about elections. But the real message is to encourage kids to dream big and to do what they think is right.
Support Roger Nix, President at Six
Nick Daze started his incredible Kickstarter campaign and has already raised nearly $22,000 and only has $8,000 more to go in order to put the book into production. The book has been fully written by Daze and the illustrations beautifully crafted by Bill Robinson of Film Flammery.
You can support the publishing of Roger Nix, President at Six by pledging to help! You can donate anything from $1-$100! For a $30 pledge towards the Roger Nix campaign comes with a first edition hardcover copy of the book, delivered in time for the new school year this fall. This is a timely story that is fascinating, engaging, and a thought-provoking read for both kids and parents written by a imaginative adult who was encouraged to explore his imagination as a child.
Connect with Roger Nix, President at Six
– Read more about the Kickstarter campaign
– Like Roger Nix on Facebook
– Follow Roger Nix on Twitter
I’m excited to spread the word on Roger Nix, President at Six! I love the idea behind the story and helping children learn more about elections and that it’s okay to dream big!
Disclosure: I was not compensated for the above post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.