Usborne Book Giveaway

Monday, July 20, 2009

~CONTEST CLOSED~

Hey there! I am so glad you've stopped by today! And to show my appreciation, I've got a giveaway for you :D One lucky visitor will win this Usborne book packed with fun puzzles for kids.

This book features seek and find puzzles galore - over 100 pages in fact. My kids love these puzzles and I bet yours will too. This is a great book to pack for a trip or long car ride. Usborne publishes several versions of the Things To Spot books and I like to keep one in the car to pull out whenever we're stuck somewhere...traffic, the doctor's office, soccer practice...with over 4000 pictures to find, it's provides hours of fun and entertainment. Aside from just plain fun, these puzzles also help develop pre-reading and number skills and feature rain forest animals, a town markets, castles, farms and more.

UPDATE: Great news! Amanda at Hollywood PhotographyMoving Forward, Beautiful Blog Designs, Classical Conversations in Ballentine and Usborne Today has generously offered to donate the Usborne book for my giveaway! Amanda is a busy lady...mom of 4, homeschooler, Usborne Supervisor and blogger too. She has some great info on her sites for all things educational, and blogging. I don't know how she does it all!! I subscribe to her blogs and really enjoy her updates. I know you will too! Be sure to stop by and say hello.
And this means I have two books to giveaway so get your entries in now!
Plus, you can enter to win Usborne's monthly drawing for $50 in books here!

To enter: Leave a comment telling me another Usborne book you'd like to read. Must include a valid email address (US and Canada only - sorry).

Extra entries:
Comment on this post and let me know you did. One entry per comment - unlimited entries :D
Fave me on technorati
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More entries: Visit one of Amanda's blogs and leave her a comment, then let me know where you did. You'll get three extra entries for each comment you leave her!

That's it! Leave a separate comment for each entry please. I'll draw a winner by random number selection after midnight on Monday, July 27, 2009. Winner will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to claim prize. Good luck!

Shana said...

I wold like to have the book Farmyard tales for Blaze. I think he would like it.

Shana said...

I follow your blog

Shana said...

I subscribe to your feed through email

Shana said...

I faved you on technorati

Shana said...

I commented on your other post!

The Redhead Riter said...

Just stopped by to say
:o) Hope you had a Happy Monday!

Amanda said...

Thank you so much for linking to my site! For that I will donate the book myself!

Tracysweetangl said...

Duck's Key, Where Can It Be?

Tracysweetangl said...

email subscriber.

McNew Family said...

Fairy Things To Make and Do - would be my other choice! I have a 3.5 year old fairy wanna be!

McNew Family said...

I follow your blog!

McNew Family said...

I commented on your "definition" post! Congrats on winning the MckLinky! Fun, isn't it?

JenniferB said...

I like the book wild stories

JenniferB said...

subscribed with email

JenniferB said...

following your blog

Amber said...

I LOVE usborne!~~~

Amber said...

I follow you through blogger.

Amber said...

And google Reader on my phone.

Amber said...

I forgot to tell you the Usborne books on my list, The Story of Inventions, or Kane Miller's Dan's Angel. Honestly though I could name over 100. Usborne is a FABULOUS line of books. Very accurate n their facts, very educational and up to date and the biding and pages are great quality. My favorite part is all the internet-linked books available and the knowledge that usborne maintains those links. So when i go to look them up they won't be dead or scary or out of date.

Rebecca N. said...

50 Things to Draw and Paint sounds like a great book

Rebecca N. said...

I follow

Rebecca N. said...

I subscribe

Shop with Me Mama said...

Love the "I can Draw Animals" book! My son LOVES to try and draw animals :) Thanks for the chance :)
daxkimd@juno.com

Shop with Me Mama said...

I left a comment on that funny post! Thanks :)
daxkimd@juno.com

Jamie Leigh said...

I Can Draw Animals looks awesome, promoting fine motor skills, and the ability to recognize different creatures.

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