4th Annual Lucky Leprechaun Hop Giveaway. Ends Mar 24th
Lucky Leprechaun Hop
4th Annual Lucky Leprechaun Giveaway Hop
March 17th to 24th
Co-Hosted By I Am A Reader & Books Complete Me
There will be 2 winner for this Hop (USA ONLY)
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Prize Pack is 3 Children’s books
Name Your Selections
A Warm Winter Tail Written by Carrie A. Pearson & Illustrated by Christina Wald
About the Book: Do you ever wonder how animals stay warm in the winter? Well, they wonder how humans do too! In a twist of perspective, wild creatures question if humans use the same winter adaptation strategies that they do. Do they cuddle together in a tree or fly south to Mexico? Take a look through an animal’s eyes and discover the interesting ways animals cope with the cold in this rhythmic story.
Desert Baths Written by Darcy Pattison & Illustrated by Kathleen Rietz
About the Book: All animals bathe to keep their bodies clean and healthy. Humans might use soap and water, but what do animals, especially those living in dry climates, do to keep clean? Darcy Pattison and Kathleen Rietz team up again to explore the desert to find out how snakes, spiders, and birds bathe. This surprising book teaches children about hygiene and how some exciting desert creatures manage to stay clean without the help of soap and water.
Champ’s Story: Dogs Get Cancer Too! Written by Sherry North and Illustrated by Kathleen Rietz
Children facing cancer—whether their own, a family member’s, a friend’s, or even a pet’s—will find help in understanding the disease through this book. A young boy discovers his dog’s lump, which is then diagnosed with those dreaded words: “It’s cancer.” The boy becomes a loving caretaker to his dog, who undergoes the same types of treatments and many of the same reactions as a human under similar circumstances (transference). Medical writer and award-winning children’s author, Sherry North artfully weaves the serious subject into an empathetic story that even young children can understand.
The Tree That Bear Climbed Written by Marianne Berkes & Illustrated by Kathleen Rietz
About the Book: Everyone knows about the house that Jack built, but this is The Tree That Bear Climbed. What makes this tree so fascinating to bear? Starting with the roots that anchor the tree, this chain of events story in cumulative verse explores many different things that help a tree stand tall. It also lends itself to further discussion with fun repetition and detailed picture clues, stimulating a child’s curiosity. Why does the bear climb the tree and what happens when he arrives at his goal?
The Most Dangerous Written by Terri Fields & Illustrated by Laura Jacques
About the Book: Dangerous animals from all over the world gather for the Most Dangerous Animal of All Contest. Snakes, spiders, sharks . . . who will the winner be? Deadly poison, huge teeth, razor -sharp horns, and fearsome feet are just a few of the ways that animals kill. Predators mean to kill. Prey simply defend themselves. And yet, the unexpected most deadly-animal doesn’t mean to harm at all!
The Fort on Fourth Street. A Story about the Six Simple Machines by Lois Spangler and Illustrated by Christina Wald
About the Book: When a young child decides to build a fort in the backyard, Grandpa comes forward to help. But they can’t do it alone—they get help from the six simple machines: lever, pulley, inclined plane, wheel and axle, screw, and wedge. Told in cumulative rhyme, similar to The House That Jack Built, this story follows grandfather and grandchild as they build a fort together from start to finish.
A Butterfly called Hope by NY Times best selling author Mary Alice Monroe with Linda Love, photography by Barbara J Bergwerf.
About the Book: The colorful flowers in Mama’s garden reveal a strange-looking creature. “What is it? Does it sting, does it bite?” Join in this photographic journey as the young girl and her mother care for the caterpillar. Watch as it transforms into a chrysalis and then emerges as a beautiful monarch butterfly. How can the young girl “claim” the butterfly as her own but still let it go free?
The Perfect Pet by Samantha Bell
About the Book: After begging for a pet, a child’s mother finally says “yes.” But which animal will be the best pet? Using animal classification and habitat needs, the child narrows it down from Kingdom Animalia, through invertebrates to vertebrates. Reptiles and amphibians are out, and birds and fish are soon off the list. That leaves mammals, but which one? An elephant won’t fit through the door, and a tiger would be too hard to walk. What’s a child to do?
There will be 2 winners
1st winner selected will be given their selection and the 2nd winner will receive what’s left. If you did not make a selection one will be made for you.
This Giveaway is Open to the USA
Winner will be selected by Random.org
Giveaway Ends March 24th
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