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Kenosha News | Author Tom McLaughlin has a new book out called “ABCs and 123s for Boys,” designed to help preschoolers learn the alphabet. Part of the book launch includes free Kindle copies, available through today. “My goal is to give away 1,000 copies to Kenosha, Racine and Walworth County residents,” said the author.

A free copy can be downloaded at”

Each page of his book “features fun rhymes and scenes with Alex the Alligator (an amazing astronaut) to Zack the Zebra (ziplining over the zoo),” he said. Each letter in the alphabet is brought to life with a different boy’s name and character...

July 29, 2020 | Racine Journal Times | Tom McLaughlin is celebrating the launch of his new book, “ABCs and 123s for Boys,” by giving away free Kindle copies July 30 and 31 to Racine, Kenosha and Walworth county residents. In this book for toddlers and preschoolers, each letter of the alphabet is brought to life with a different boy’s name and character. To receive a free copy, go to

August 16, 2020 | "Book for boys teaches alphabet, numbers" click:

Local author makes reading fun

Aug. 20, 2020 | Burlington Standard Press | "Tom McLaughlin's favorite thing as a kid was story time. Now he's living out a dream that makes him feel like a little boy again -- all while helping little boys read...."

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