Children's Books, Giveaways

Giveaway: Children’s Book Seamus McNamus

I wasn’t telling a lie when I said in last weeks post that I knew some folks in high places over at Worthwhile Books. They have offered up a free signed copy of the newly released children’s tale “Seamus McNamus: The Goat Who Would Be King” to one lucky Project Nursery reader. The book is about an Irish goat named Seamus McNamus and his quest to save his farm. If you missed last weeks review you can get all the information on the book and how by clicking here. Seamus has received excellent reviews and is available for pre-order at Amazon.

Here’s how to win “Seamus McNamus” signed by author Rob Kurtz:

1. Comment on this post with a favorite book from your childhood. (One of mine is “The Little House”)

2. Extra entries are counted by 1) posting on our Forum (up to 5x) 2) subscribing or commenting that you are a subscriber and 3) blogging about our giveaway.

3. The winner will be selected at random by using Random.org

4. Contest ends Friday, February 6th, 11:59pm pst

CONTEST CLOSED: CONGRATS TO PN SUBSCRIBER VALERIE

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    My favorite is “The Sleepy Puppy”. This is such an oldie. My grandma used to read it to me when I stayed the night at her house. LOVE IT.

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    We love The Napping House…it is such a great story! I am excited to see and read more about this story!

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    My favorite book was The Pokey Little Puppy. I just loved that Little Golden Book. Thank you!

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    Hello! “Harry, The Dirty Dog” was a favorite book of mine. The book for today’s giveaway drawing is wonderful. The cover is delightful. Please enter me in your drawing. Many thanks, Cindi

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    I devoured every one of Walter Farley’s Black Stallion and the Island Stallion books. I lived and breathed horses and eventually had one of my own, named Cochise, when I was about 16.

    djr58(at)cfl(dot)rr(dot)com

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    I loved Hand, Hand, Fingers Thumb when I was younger. I’m a subscriber (well, will be in a second). Will squeeze in a mention of the giveaway in my next blog post.

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    I was an avid reader as a kid (that’s why I’m a librarian today) so it’s very hard for me to choose a favorite book! But I read the Anne of Green Gables books at least once a year growing up. It was like visiting old friends each time I read them.

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    This looks like a great book! My favorite books when I was a girl were the Trixie Belden mystery series. She was a lot like Nancy Drew, but a little cooler & more down to earth!

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    I would love to win this cute book for my Grandson. My favorite book as a kid was the little boat that could. As a matter of fact I still have it needless to say it is very old and raggy looking.

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