Joshua Patrick Dudley, author of the novel Lost in Oz, welcomed the Christmas season with spirit earlier this week, when he donated over 500 copies of his book to schools and libraries all over the country.
" 'Tis the season for giving and there's no better gift then a book," Joshua said as he hand delivered a few copies to the Nashua Public Library.
Joshua believes firmly in reading to and with children and has started a new reading campaign that parodies the famous milk mustache ads. The "got books?" campaign will kick off in February of 2008 and will feature some famous minds of literature.
With the sequel to Lost in Oz due out next year, Joshua vows to spend the rest of his time writing and giving back to the community. "There's no place like home (for the holidays)."