Friday, December 19, 2014

Tom Noll special offer at Heart of Bloomingdale Park * Happy Holidays & Blessing in 2015 To You and Your Loved Ones in 2015



Happy Holidays & Blessing in 2015 To You and Your Loved Ones  - From Tom Noll at Heart of Bloomingdale Park
Dear Neighbors & Friends;
For 4 years since landscape designer, sculptor & children's book author Tom Noll moved to our great Bloomingdale neighborhood he fixed, maintains and decorates it for major holidays our "Heart of Bloomingdale Park" and the whimsical "White Bicycle Fence" that is now a popular destination for locals and some tourist that love  to get pics taken there.
Tom has been doing this on his own and with his own money as he loves his new home here.  He has been lucky to also having been hired to do the Condos at T Street, 1 Rhode Island NW and North Capitol & T St NE and several local homes. And I am sure you can not miss his great 1950's Chevy Recycled Rainbow Truck that is also featured in his book.
Many neighbors old and new have really appreciated having this little pocket park that brings everyone so much joy and smiles!
So as we start this Holiday Season I ask of you two things:
Please acquire his Children's Picture Books: “Trash to Treasure” Series * Recycling Creatively with L.T. - "The Bicycle Fence" and please forward this email to your family & friends all across the country. Or let any 'mommy bloggers', school teachers, librarian or media person know about it.
We are running a "Bloomies Special" on www.Amazon.com where you can go to Book Section and key in "The Bicycle Fence" and you can order it for 25% Off by putting in
Code: LTBIKE25 or use link below. Special ends on January 6th, 2015, when books get to be distributed nationwide by Partners Publishers Group (PPG)
You can leave us a note (with your information) at our home at 23 T Street NW in the mail box once you get the book if you want it autographed & dedicated to someone - so we can coordinate it.
Or as some kind neighbors have done, you can leave us a note also that you would like to acquire x number of books and have them be dedicated & autographed to someone. Special Price would be $15 of the $17.99 regular price.
Or you can call Tom directly at (571) then 201-3032.
Information on the book is below and to get a preview of the inside of the book and be linked to Amazon you can also go to www.greenkidspress.com
Second:
As Tom is a great creative landscape designer- plan ahead for Spring cleaning, sprucing up, recreating your gardens. He can work with you in selection of plants, hardscape and also be able to reuse/recycle some of your current plants and even create some easy maintenance gardens (but remember you still need to water so plants can thrive) - Check some of his work beside condo from 29 to 19 on T Street NW. Also check out his "Recycled Sculptures" of Rebar & Sandstone that can be done natural as they are or in vibrant colors. His rates are reasonable and he can also be hired to do maintenance on his work. Schedule a consultation and book him early as he gets busy early in the spring. (571)201-3032
Thank you very much and Happy Holidays & Great New Year to All;
Alberto
Book Information:
A  Mom’s Choice Award® Gold Winner for Children’s Non-Fiction Picture Books: “Trash to Treasure” Series * Recycling Creatively with L.T. - "The Bicycle Fence" by local resident Tom Noll and published by Green Kids Press is a brand new, educational and amusing children's book for ages 6-10+; about going green and recycling creatively to help save our planet. An 11 x 8 1/2 book, published in the USA with 100% Recycled Paper and Eco-Friendly soy ink. It has a useful 2 page description of things that we can all do to save the planet and that parents & educators can guide children with.


ABOUT THE SERIES:
L.T. is fast becoming THE NEW RECYCLING HERO!
L.T.’s Series about his adventures in recycling creatively; with its colorful, whimsical illustrations, nostalgic look and inspiring messages will remind us all that We Still Need to Recycle, Go Green, Be Environmentally Friendly and Help Save Our Planet for our younger generations. 
We cannot take it for granted that others will do it for us, good progress has been made, but the battle is not over. It is our shared responsibility every day; and we need to teach our children to become champions in protecting our earth’s precious resources.

L.T. will inspire and empower young ones; by helping them to understand that everyday tasks like reducing waste, reusing, repurposing things and recycling, has a real positive effect in our lives and in the world.

Coming in April 2015 for Earth Day will be the second book "Selling Eggs", followed by "The Flowerbed" in September.
Books are being distributed nationwide by Partners Publishers Group (PPG)
STORYLINE FOR FIRST BOOK:
Little Tommy is not so little any more. He has outgrown his shoes, clothes and bicycle all in one summer! L.T. (as he is now called) longs for a brand new bike, but when his father builds him one from recycled junkyard parts, L.T. is embarrassed to ride it to school. Can he come up with a creative idea that not only gives him a good-as-new bike, but also provides a new fence for his yard… and helps save the planet in the process?
This delightful first book in Tom Noll’s “Trash to Treasure” series, based on events from the author’s own childhood, will inspire young readers to reinvent, repurpose, recreate, reuse and recycle in ways that are both practical and fun. 
 Tom Noll, Author
Tom is a sculptor, landscape & interior designer, avid nature lover, recycler and advocate for going green; is a first time writer who lives in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Tom is originally from Somerset, Ohio. For the 15 years he lived in Manassas, Virginia, he was known for his imaginative white bicycle fence at his home, where he decorated them for major holidays. Currently there are 4 “Bicycle Fences” one in Washington, DC at the Heart of Bloomingdale park at Rhode Island Avenue/1st Street NW; Alexandria, VA (by Huntington Metro Station); Upper Marlboro, MD and in Somerset, OH.
Brandon Fall, Illustrator
Brandon has always loved illustration and spent countless hours of his childhood getting lost in his drawings. He is now fortunate to make a living continuing to do what he loves from his home in California. Brandon’s illustration and design work has appeared in a number of publications and has won awards. When he’s not illustrating, he enjoys spending time with his wife and children in the beautiful outdoors.


  



                            

                        

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