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Is It Time to Say Goodbye?


Is it time to say goodbye?

I have asked myself that question for the last year and a half. Why? Because I have notice the number of viewers/followers has decreased. The number of people taking part in the giveaways has dropped that I don’t think it’s fair to the authors/publishers to find out only a hand few of people comments about their books.

So I have decided to get rid of the giveaway program. I know that a few dedicated followers leave their comments on books whether there’s a giveaway or not and I will like to say a big thank you and that I’m very grateful.

Since I’m still behind in reviewing a few books, the giveaway program will last until the end of July. It will be up to the authors/publishers if they want their books to be given away. Only then will I do a giveaway.

For the love that I have for books, I will still keep the blog running to only spotlight the author/book. If any author/publisher still interested please click on the link for more information. https://mymcbooks.wordpress.com/request-book-spotlight/

The School Supplies Giveaway Program will still be active as well as the Christmas Giveaway.

I would like to say a big thank you to all my followers for their support and lovely comments about their love for books. Thank you for being a part of this blog. I will, once in a while surprise you with a free book. So watch out for my email.

Even without the free giveaway, please help support the authors by leaving a comment about their book when posted.

Thank you

Ella

June 17, 2015 Posted by | What's New | , , , , , , , , | 15 Comments

Back To School Sneaker Giveaway. Ends August 19th


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Back To School Sneaker Giveaway

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There will be 1 winner for this giveaway – USA ONLY

Giveaway Ends August 19th   Winner will be selected by random.org

Mandatory Entries:

You must be a Blog, facebook or Twitter Follower!

In the comment field below answer the following questions

Mandatory: 1. What is Your email address? (to contact you if you win)

Mandatory: 2. Are you following us on twitter? Your @twitter name?

Mandatory: 3. OR Facebook? Your facebook name?

Mandatory: 4. Your child’s Sneaker Size? Boy or Girl?

Mandatory: 5. Without the above answers comment will be deleted)

Leave your comments and email address for shipping contact. No email No contact.

Mandatory: Comments like these would be deleted – Great contest, please enter me, Love to win this! This is so cute!

Please HELP promote this book on your blog, twitter, pinterest or facebook. Thanks.

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July 26, 2015 Posted by | Free Back To School Supplies, Free Giveaways | , , , | 13 Comments

7th Annual Free Back to School Supplies Giveaway. Ends August 10th


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7th Annual Free Back to School Supplies Giveaway

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There will be 2 winners for this giveaway – USA ONLY

School supplies will be for grades Kindergarten to Fifth Grade.

Giveaway Ends August 10th   Winners will be selected by random.org

Mandatory Entries:

You must be a Blog, facebook or Twitter Follower!

In the comment field below answer the following questions

Mandatory: 1. What is Your email address? (to contact you if you win)

Mandatory: 2. Your @twitter name?

Mandatory: 3. or Your facebook name?

4. Your child’s grade?

Mandatory: 5. Did you leave a Comment? ( I will be happy to delete any post without comments)

Leave your comments and email address for shipping contact. No email No contact.

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Please HELP promote this book on your blog, twitter, pinterest or facebook. Thanks.

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July 17, 2015 Posted by | Free Back To School Supplies, Free Giveaways | , , , | 21 Comments

Author/Book Spotlight: The Forget Me Not Summer by Leila Howland


 

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The Forget Me Not Summer by Leila Howland,  Ji-Hyuk Kim (Illustrator)

About the Book: This charming story about the summer three California sisters spend on Cape Cod is perfect for fans of The Penderwicks and The Mother-Daughter Book Club. Full of moments both humorous and reflective, The Forget-Me-Not Summer is a story about three girls facing their fears, adjusting to change, and learning how to band together as the strongest version of themselves: sisters.

Though Marigold, Zinnia, and Lily Silver couldn’t be more different, they’re all excited about their various plans for summer vacation. Twelve-year-old Marigold is hoping to get her first kiss from her big crush, while Zinnia, eleven, will most likely spend her time in Marigold’s shadow. And little five-year-old Lily, though angelic, has a knack for stirring up mischief wherever she goes.

But any expectation of summer fun comes crashing down when the sisters’ parents send them to Cape Cod to visit their aunt Sunny. Small-town life is not what these L.A. girls had in mind. They must adjust, however, to things like sharing a room and living without a TV. With the help of Aunt Sunny’s zany disposition and yummy brownies, though, the girls are quickly won over, and before Marigold, Zinnie, and Lily know it, they’re cracking lobster shells at clambakes, making new friends, and even organizing a local talent show.

 

Jacket Copy: Sisters Marigold, Zinnia, and Lily Silver can’t wait for summer even though it’s warm all year in L.A. Twelve-year-old Marigold, an aspiring actress, has boys on the brain and is hoping to become more than friends with her crush. Zinnia, eleven, having failed at trying to tame her unruly curls, has plenty of time on her hands during summer vacation and will most likely spend it in Marigold’s shadow. Five-year-old Lily, whom everyone adores, is content to play with her beloved nanny all day. But when their parents announce they’re sending these California girls to their aunt Sunny’s house on Cape Cod for several weeks, it’s a complete disaster.
They’re forced to adjust to a much simpler way of life—no TV, no Wi-Fi, and, worst of all, sharing a room. Could their summer get any more awful? While at first reluctant, Marigold, Zinnia, and Lily are charmed by their warmhearted and quirky aunt Sunny, whose cheery attitude is contagious. Resolving to make the most of their situation, the sisters decide to spice up this quiet town by organizing a local talent show. As they start to make friends—like Peter, the Red Sox–loving sailor boy with an eye for Marigold—and see the magic of the Cape, the summer becomes one of firsts, fun, and plenty of sun . . . all while they learn how to band together as the strongest version of themselves they can be: sisters.

http://www.harpercollins.com/9780062318695/the-forget-me-not-summer

Reviews: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22934470-the-forget-me-not-summer

  • Age Range: 8 – 12 years
  • Grade Level: 3 – 7
  • Cost: $11.39 Hardcover $9.99 kindle @amazon
  • Hardcover: 352 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (May 5, 2015)

 

 

 

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About this author: LEILA HOWLAND loves to read, explore L.A., and have funny and meaningful conversations with her friends and family, especially her brother who calls from Washington D.C. whenever he’s waiting for the bus. A lot gets discussed in those phone calls, but they tend to end abruptly when the bus shows up. She can really cut the rug, but wishes she could sing without people covering their ears. A graduate of Georgetown University, Leila spent five years acting in New York where she was a company member of the award-winning Flea Theater in Tribeca. It was a lot of fun and she often talks about “getting back into it.” The closest she has come was a stint as an extra on The Young and the Restless in 2010. Leila now lives in Los Angeles with her husba LEILA HOWLAND loves to read, explore L.A., and have funny and meaningful conversations with her friends and family, especially her brother who calls from Washington D.C. whenever he’s waiting for the bus. A lot gets discussed in those phone calls, but they tend to end abruptly when the bus shows up. She can really cut the rug, but wishes she could sing without people covering their ears. A graduate of Georgetown University, Leila spent five years acting in New York where she was a company member of the award-winning Flea Theater in Tribeca. It was a lot of fun and she often talks about “getting back into it.” The closest she has come was a stint as an extra on The Young and the Restless in 2010. Leila now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and son. http://www.leilahowland.com/about/

July 10, 2015 Posted by | Author and Book Spotlight | , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Book Review/Giveaway: If You Were Me And Lived In CHINA. End July 17th


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If You Were Me And Lived In CHINA. A child’s introduction to Culture around the World. By Carole P. Roman

About the Book: I have always wanted to visit China and thanks to Ms. Roman’s book she had made it more exciting and interesting to know what to look for and see

China which is officially known as the People’s Republic of China which has a population of more the 135 billion people living there which is the most populated country in the world.

You might of learned about the Yangtze River which is in the South, or the Yellow River which is located in the North. Although the capital is Beijing many people called it Peking, China has major highways, trains and expressways and the second busiest airport in the world.

Children’s names are picked because they have meanings so boys who are called An which means peace or Bao which is another word for treasure and Fu for happiness. Girls are called Hong because they like the color red, Yu which stands for Jade which is a gemstone or Zi which is the word for smart. What would you like to be called if you lived in China? I think I would like to be called Zi.

China has some amazing places to visit like the Great Wall of China. It is a stone barricaded which was built thousands of years ago to keep strangers out of China. Nobody is sure but they believe it is about 5,500 hundred miles. Another very famous tourist site is the giant clay army that was only recently discovered that had been buried underground for more then two thousand years. You will be told that there are over eight thousand individually sculpted soldiers and about 520 statues of horses and 130 of just chariots. You will love explore the many tourist sites as you will have an opportunity to learn so much.

The New year is a very fun holiday to be part of and begins at midnight with fireworks which hope that the noise will chase off the evil spirits. It is a very important day to honor your grandparents. You would receive red envelops filled with good luck money. Because the celebration last fifteen days you will get to enjoy many delicious meals but better learn how to use the chopsticks because if you drop them it could bring you bad luck. They are very superstitious people.

Pages: 30

Cost: $9.99

Read more of Carole P. Roman’s books http://caroleproman.com/books

My Review: This book gives readers an inside into the culture of China, a place you never taught about visiting but now can. Imagine standing on the Great Wall of China taking a long walk or visiting the famous tourist site, the giant terracotta or clay army that was recently discovered that had been buried underground for more then two thousand years. Visit the Forbidden city were their emperors lived with over 4,000 rooms and hidden cambers. Learn about their currency, food and their favorite spot table tennis or ping pong. Join them as they celebrate the New Year with fireworks and making as much noise to chase off evil spirits. What a great way to end the story. With only 30 pages the author did her best to give readers a lot of information including 3 pages of  pronunciation guide.

FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.

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About the Author: Named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best of 2012 for her first book, award winning author Carole P. Roman started writing as a dare from one of her sons. Using an imaginary game she played with her grandson as a base, Captain No Beard was born. It has followed with four more books to the series.
Motivated by her love of yoga, Roman has written a book that not only teaches four poses, but shows how easy and accessible yoga can be.
She has just finished the first of six books in a groundbreaking new nonfiction series about culture around the world. “If You Were Me and Lived in…” combines her teaching past with her love of exploration and interest in the world around us.

Writing for children has opened up a whole second act for her. While she is still working in her family business, this has enabled her to share her sense of humor as well as love for history and culture with the audience she adores. Roman lives on Long Island with her husband and near her children. http://caroleproman.com/About_Carole

Giveaway Rules

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Winner will be selected by Random.org

Giveaway Ends July 17th, 2015

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July 7, 2015 Posted by | Book Review, Free Giveaways | , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Book/Author Spotlight. Giveaway: Professor McNitt and the Journey to Gambit. Ends July 17th


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Professor McNitt and the Journey to Gambit: Book One by Alison Kentta (Author)

About the Book: Twelve-year-old Corabelle Quinn is positive she doesn’t have a single living relative, much less a quirky great uncle named Professor McNitt. But after ten months of sharing a bedroom with a biting toddler and a money-obsessed boy genius named Aiken, she gladly moves in with him anyway.

As it turns out, Professor McNitt is not only an inventor of bizarre and marvelous things, but the only person who knows two very important secrets: the real story of Cora’s family, and the hidden passage to Gambit Island. But just when he begins to reveal how these two things are closely intertwined—he suddenly vanishes.

If Cora wants to save her uncle, she will have to forge through the unexplored, unpredictable land of Gambit. Her only aids? A little black book of codes and symbols, and smug, know-it-all Aiken.

In Gambit, Cora and Aiken certainly do not expect to find a technologically advanced city of sprykes (fairies who are not allowed to use their wings), a coalition of civilized animals, a tribe of mermaid descendants in a golden city, or a clan of lost Vikings. But at least they are friendly.

Have you ever been chased by hornet-riding cavemen? By the half-dead in a cavernous labyrinth? By shark-human hybrids? Consider yourself lucky. But even they aren’t as terrifying as the person holding Professor McNitt hostage.

As Cora and Aiken race across Gambit Island, they slowly piece together the mysteries of its origin—and how closely they are each tied to it. http://alisonkentta.com/

 

  • Paperback: 268 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 16, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1499227833
  • ISBN-13: 978-1499227833
  • Cost: $10.99 paperback
  • Kindle: $4.99

 

Goodreads reviews: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22008673-professor-mcnitt-and-the-journey-to-gambit

Amazon reviews: http://www.amazon.com/Professor-McNitt-Journey-Gambit-Alison/dp/1499227833/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=1-1&qid=1435755297

 

 

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Biographies are boring. Instead I will tell you why I like to write middle grade fiction.

Fourth grade was the year that things became unfun. We stopped doing dioramas of Roald Dahl books or dressing up like pilgrims. Egg drop? Forget it. Now we read serious books, like Where the Red Fern Grows, and Johnny Tremain. I liked these books, but there was something scary about them: something real, something grown up. The fun, the adventure, the possibility…it was gone. Just like that. Poof.

There was no Harry Potter at the time, and I was getting too old for Ramona Quimby. Gone were the days of reading for enjoyment, for fun, for escape, for adventure. Reading was now for the exclusive purpose of educational, historical, and emotional development. And if I were lucky, it would be slightly less boring than a dental exam.

I’m not saying that things don’t have to be unfun. They do. There are things that need to be learned, disciplines that must be practiced, worldviews that need to be understood, and work that needs to be completed. And once you get the hang of it, learning can be fun. After all, I enjoy using history, science, culture, and geographical tidbits in my books. It’s neat. Because eventually, I found my own magic when studying all of those things.

But frankly, as a kid, I would have liked an easier transition. I could have benefitted from the knowledge that magic and fantasy don’t completely vanish immediately at the age of nine.

I remember all of this, and I remember how I felt. And that is why I enjoy writing middle grade fiction. After all, most of us need a bit of adventure at any age.

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https://twitter.com/alisonkentta

 

 

 

Giveaway Rules

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There will be 1 winner  

(Choice of giveaway Book or Kindle is up to the author)

This Giveaway is Open to the USA Only!

Winner will be selected by Random.org

Giveaway Ends July 17th, 2015

Comments like these would be deleted – Great contest, please enter me, Love to win this! This is so cute!

Mandatory: Leave a comment about the review below. Leaving a helpful comment relating to this book would be appreciated and valid to the giveaway.

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Winner is tmy56

July 1, 2015 Posted by | Author and Book Spotlight, Free Giveaways | , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Book Review: Mice & Spiders & Webs . . . Oh My!


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Mice & Spiders & Webs . . . Oh My! by Sherrill S. Cannon (Author), Kalpart (Illustrator)

Is your child a good listener?

Rosemary is a little girl who is worried about returning to school after her teacher warns the class that they would soon have some mice, spiders, and webs in the classroom. Could Rosemary have misunderstood something?

How can mice and spiders and webs belong at school? Full of “Computer Speak,” this story introduces young readers to basic computer terms in a delightful way! See if your child can discover the mystery of the misunderstood words, and learn about the fun of computers with Rosemary.

This is the seventh rhyming children’s book by this award-winning author, whose other bestselling books include My Fingerpaint Masterpiece, Manner-Man, Gimme-Jimmy, The Magic Word, Peter and the Whimper-Whineys, and Santa’s Birthday Gift. https://sherrillscannon.wordpress.com/

 

My Review: This book is very educational in so many ways. First, learning not to jump to conclusion which is a psychological term referred to as a communication obstacle. Rosemary has decided not to go to school because she didn’t like mice, their noise or smell. She was also frightened of spiders and heard her teaching talking about their web. Her mother tried t convince her that they must be a part of a science project. But Rosemary didn’t want anything to do with it.

So her mother promised to talk to her teacher when she drops her off at school. Her mother told Ms Eddy about Rosemary’s fear of mouse and spider webs. Ms Eddy went on to explain to Rosemary and her mother what a computer, mouse and web means.

Teach your kids that before they jump to conclusions, they should make sure they have enough information to be sure they’re right. A must have.

 

FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.

 

Pages: 30

Cost: $13 paperback

Kindle: $4.99

 

 

 

June 30, 2015 Posted by | Book Review | , , , , , | 1 Comment

Author/Book Spotlight: The Hero’s Guide To Being An Outlaw. Book 3


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Book Spotlight: The Hero’s Guide To Being An Outlaw by Christopher Healy

About the Book: The League of Princes returns in the hilariously epic conclusion to the hit series that began with Christopher Healy’s The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom, which the Los Angeles Times called “one of the more clever, hilariously successful incarnations of the current literary rage to rip apart and rewrite fairy tales.”

Prince Liam. Prince Frederic. Prince Duncan. Prince Gustav. You think you know those guys pretty well by now, don’t you? Well, think again. Posters plastered across the thirteen kingdoms are saying that Briar Rose has been murdered—and the four Princes Charming are the prime suspects. Now they’re on the run in a desperate attempt to clear their names. Along the way, however, they discover that Briar’s murder is just one part of a nefarious plot to take control of all thirteen kingdoms—a plot that will lead to the doorstep of an eerily familiar fortress for a final showdown with an eerily familiar enemy.  http://christopherhealy.com/the-heros-guide-to-being-an-outlaw/

Pages: 529 pages

Ages: 8-12

Cost: $16.99

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Book received from HarperCollins

My Review: A book full of adventures, pirates, heroes, fairy tales and mythical creatures. A book both teen and adults will enjoy reading.

FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from HarperCollins in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.

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About the Author: Christopher Healy was born in the quaint Northeastern town of New York City. It was there, while still an infant, that Christopher chewed the pages of his very first book. Later, he learned that the squiggles on those bound-together pieces of paper had meaning. And thus, a lifelong reader was born.

Even in his youth, Christopher knew he would someday be a writer. And he wrote numerous Tables of Contents to prove it, a few of which sounded like they might have been pretty great books had he ever written the stories to go along with them. It would be quite some time before Christopher actually got the chance to write for a living. And his career took many detours in between: cashier, actor, toy store shelf-stocker, person who types things from one place into another place, haunted house zombie, person who checks the spelling of celebrities’ names, etc. Eventually, he cobbled together a tiny little video game review — and it actually got published. Thus, a writer was born. To read more click on the link below.

http://christopherhealy.com/about-me/

June 22, 2015 Posted by | Author and Book Spotlight, HarperCollins Book Review | , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Book/Author Spotlight. Giveaway: Witches Protection Program. Ends July 6th


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Witches Protection Program by Michael Phillip Cash

Wes Rockville, a disgraced law enforcement agent, is given one last chance to prove himself and save his career when he’s reassigned to a 232 year old secret government organization. The Witches Protection Program. His first assignment: uncover a billion-dollar Cosmetics company’s diabolical plan of using witchcraft for global domination, while protecting its heiress Morgan Pendragon from her aunt’s evil deeds. Reluctantly paired with veteran witch protector, Alastair Verne, Wes must learn to believe in both witches and himself. Filled with adventure, suspense and a rousing good time, Michael Phillip Cash creates a tongue-in-cheek alternate reality where witches cast spells and wreak havoc in modern day New York City. http://www.michaelphillipcash.com/home

 

Pages: 238

Cost: $10.59 @amazon

Read 5 star reviews at @amazon and goodreads

Blog: http://www.michaelphillipcash-officialblog.com/

Check out Michael’s other books:

Stillwell: A Haunting on Long Island,

The Flip,

The After House,

Brood X: A Firsthand Account of the Great Cicada Invasion,

The Battle for Darracia: Books I, II. III Anthology,

The Hanging Tree.

Coming Soon: Pokergeist

 

 

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About the Author: Born and raised on Long Island, Michael has always had a fascination with horror writing and found footage films. He wanted to incorporate both with his debut novel, Brood X. Earning a degree in English and an MBA, he has worked various jobs before settling into being a full-time author. He currently resides on Long Island with his wife and children.

 

 

Giveaway Rules

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This Giveaway is Open to the USA Only!

Winner will be selected by Random.org

Giveaway Ends July 6th, 2015

Comments like these would be deleted – Great contest, please enter me, Love to win this! This is so cute!

Mandatory: Leave a comment about the review below. Leaving a helpful comment relating to this book would be appreciated and valid to the giveaway.

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If no response, the prize is forfeited and an alternate winner is chosen.

This Giveaway Has Ended

Winner is #4 – Benita

 

 

 

 

June 19, 2015 Posted by | Author and Book Spotlight, Free Giveaways | , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Book Review/Giveaway: Battle of the Grandmas. Ends June 25th


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Battle of the Grandmas by Anthonette Klinkerman, illustrated by Justin Acquavella

 

About the Book: One little girl, three grandmas! Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? Well, three times the presents from Grandma, Granny, and NaNa (the real ones pictured at left) isn’t as wonderful as most grandkids would think in this humorous tale. Based on a true story, find out what happens when gift-giving becomes a battle!
My Review: When a little girl received three packages from her grandmas, it turns out they all sent her the same book. But they each wanted their gifts to be different and the best. So each grandma set out to out do each other by sending their grand daughter the best gifts they can find. Soon packages from each of them started to pile up in the girl’s house, from toys, music boxes, flowers to goodies and more. Even the postman was getting exhausted.

Finally, the little girl have had it, all she wanted was for her grandmas to spend time with her. Take her to the park, spend time with her reading a book or doing silly things to make her laugh and smile. All she wanted was hugs and kisses from those she loves.

I wish kids would think like this little girl. But society has changed all that because a lot of grandmas are guilty of trying to buy the love of their grandchild with gifts, and trying to out do the other grandma. I found this book very educational and that every grandma’s household should have a copy. The illustrations by Justin Acquavella an aspiring independent artist, graphic designer and illustrator help tell and bring the story to life. Pick up a copy today from Amazon.com

 

FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way

 

About the Author: Anthonette Klinkerman is a public school English teacher and public speaker. She teaches English at a night high-school for at-risk teens, and conducts her award-winning mobile etiquette school, Courtesy Bootcamp, for businesses during the days. Battle of the Grandmas was written first, but actually is her second published book. Her first book is titled Courtesy Bootcamp: a not-so-gentle reminder to live by The Golden Rule. Married in 1999, Klinkerman was born in San Diego, California, and moved to Colorado in 2000. Her husband, also a teacher, was raised in Littleton, CO. Their one daughter is working on her art skills daily in preparation for mommy’s next book. The family does their best to keep up the visits with the relatives from in-town to those in California over breaks from school. When she is not speaking, writing, or grading papers, Klinkerman enjoys reading, golfing, hiking, and skiing, and exploring the restaurant scene to satisfy her inner “foodie”.

 

 

Giveaway Rules

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There will be 1 winner  

This Giveaway is Open to the USA Only!

Winner will be selected by Random.org

Giveaway Ends June 25th, 2015

Comments like these would be deleted – Great contest, please enter me, Love to win this! This is so cute!

Mandatory: Leave a comment about the review below. Leaving a helpful comment relating to this book would be appreciated and valid to the giveaway.

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Winners are selected via Random and notified by email. You have 48 hours to respond;

If no response, the prize is forfeited and an alternate winner is chosen.

This Giveaway Has Ended

Winner is #2 – Carol L

 

 

June 9, 2015 Posted by | Book Review, Free Giveaways | , , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

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