Thank you for participating in Multicultural Children’s Book Day and checking out all of the wonderful reviews. I offered to giveaway of a copy of the multicultural book I reviewed, A Gift from Abuela by Cecilia Ruiz, published by Candlewick Press, 2018.
All of the entries were put into a hat, and my husband did the drawing. I wish I could have given a copy to everyone who entered.
The winner is: Patricia Nozell. Check out her wonderful website Wander, Ponder, Write, where she reviews a variety of children’s books.
Patricia, please contact me, so I can get your address. Enjoy this beautiful book!
I am delighted with how many of you expressed an interest in winning an autographed paperback copy of A Time to Dance by Padma Venkatrama. My husband did the drawing. I wish could give you each a copy, but there can only be one winner! For those of you who want to read this uplifting novel in verse, you will find it in your library or can order it online.
Congratulations to SUE HEAVENRICH, who has two fun and interesting websites: Sally’s Bookshelf and Archimedes Notebook, where she reviews a variety of children’s books in all genres with a special focus on science and the environment. I will send you an e-mail message to get your mailing address.
Attention teachers, librarians, parents, tweens and teens. This contest is for you…
The Emblazon authors are giving away a brand new touch screen Kindle loaded with over 50 of their books. That’s a $300 value and hours of reading entertainment!
Emblazon is a collection of 24 authors who seek to create lifelong readers by creating top-notch literature for kids. They have a particular focus on ages 11 to 14. They’re hosting this fabulous giveaway to celebrate their first year and to treat you, the readers.
The Rafflecopter contest runs November 3 through November 17 and is open to anyone who loves tween literature. Click here to sign up on the Rafflecopter link.
Note: Signing up for the catalog is required for entry. Current subscribers are also eligible for entry. Winners must reside in the United States or Canada.
List of Stops on the Blog Tour:
This Kid Reviews Books
Christina Mercer, Author Blog
Robert Pease, Author Blog
Ali Cross, Story Ninja
Jaclyn Weist, Author Blog
Min Reads and Reviews
Sharon Ledwith: I came. I saw. I wrote.
The Novel Mage
R.K. Grow The Author
My Keys On: Writing, Illustrating, and More
You can help even more by sharing this post with your friends and family. If you know teachers or librarians let them know about how awesome the Emblazoners are by sharing the link to their website: http://emblazoners.com/.