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Exciting News! Snowball Fight In A Bag will be ready to ship by Nov 14 2015. Get yours to enjoy with the family for Christmas 2015!
We had a lot of attention put towards our project by the media over this past year and have made all the links, videos and articles available for you through this web page. Enjoy!
This is very much a family affair. Trevor the father loves business and utilizing his education within marketing to help promote products and services that can benefit individuals and families. But something he loves even more is his family. Trevor has been blessed with a beautiful wife Jenna and 4 beautiful children. He loves to spend any and all of his spare time with them. You could say they are his hobby. This project has given Trevor the opportunity to bring his love for business and his love for family together. Hallie, Kenzie and Beckham wanted to create a story line that families would love...Games and a product that could create new family traditions...An opportunity to make additional income that will go towards college, weddings, church missions etc....And an opportunity to donate a portion of the funds to help the village in Ghana African where their two awesome cousins Kosi and Kwaku were found. Needless to say, a lot of good will come from this beautiful story written by the worlds most darling children.
THE REAL LIFE KOSI & KWAKU
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Trevor // Hallie // Kenzie // Beckham
The two main characters are actual real life people who are my niece and nephew and cousins to my children. Kosi and Kwaku were adopted from Africa a few years ago, having lived in horrible conditions without parents, and suffering from malaria. You can see their photos on the back cover of every book. A small portion of the proceeds from each sale will be donated to the WORLD JOY foundation to aid with books and school uniforms for Children who live in Kosi and Kwaku's village of Ghana Africa. See their photo below.