Q.Permission to share your information in my story about pumpkins
May I have permission to use your website and information (How to tell when pumpkins are ripe) within my story telling children about the features you have on your website?
I happened to have written a story called The Girl Who Wanted A Pumpkin. I thought it would be nice to include your data in the story. If you like, I could allow you to have a copy of the story once it is completed.
This is how I have it on the back of the book project:
I also included the Gardening Pumpkin section so the parents can introduce the children to growing their own pumpkins and decorating them when Pumpkin Day comes. I also included everything you have on your site about the History about Halloween. I figured the history would be even more interesting and how Halloween is celebrated. But with your permission, may I include your information in the book project so the children will know about Pumpkin Day? Like I said, each one of you will receive a copy of the story with your information in it – also the website will be inside the story where you can see that you will be receiving credit for the information you have on your website. Without you, the story will be just an inadequate story…but with you, the story will be an excellent source about Pumpkin Day.
Please contact me at email@example.com
Oh by the way, I would like a letter to email to my publisher. You can address it to Miss. Bridget C. Biggins and Michelle Postrano saying that I have permission to have your information part of my story. The email to Michelle Postrano is
firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
Miss. Bridget C. Biggins
Yes, please feel free to use our information in your project. Best of luck with it. :)