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Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Hop. Ends June 30th



Welcome to the Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Hop June 21st to 30th

Hosted by I am a reader, not a writer

There will be 1 winner for this Hop USA ONLY

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Prize Pack is 3 Children’s books


The Secret of Zoom

The Invisible Blanket

Giveaway Rules


There will be 1 winner

This Giveaway is Open to the USA

Winner will be selected by

Giveaway Ends June 30th

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

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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.


To win more books please check out the other OVER 100 blogs taking part by clicking on the link below to enter more goodies.

This giveaway close at midnight on June 30th  and the winner will be selected at and post July 1st 2014.

This Giveaway Has Ended

Winner is #7- susanlulu2013


June 21, 2014 - Posted by | Free Giveaways, Giveaway Hops | , , , ,


  1. I have wanted The School for Good and Evil for quite some time now. I’ve read some great reviews about this book. While I’m not familiar with the other two books, they both sound wonderful, and fall soundly within the reading categories that interest my children. I’m trying hard to keep both children occupied with their reading this summer so their reading levels do not drop over the summer break. Thank you for continuing to find great books. I’ve reblogged this post on both my book review blogs: The Book Revue and Let’s Talk About Books.

    Reblogged this on The Book Revue and commented:
    This is a lovely chance to win three great children’s books.

    Comment by michellewillms2013 | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  2. I have never heard of these 3 children’s books before but just by looking at the covers they look very exciting with lots of adventures. I have 2 boys ages 7 and 11 that really to be honest do not like to read. They have hard times reading in school. Sometimes I think the books that are chosen for them do not catch their interest enough for them to continue the books. I love to to find them books that are happy, upbeat and stories they can relate to. The Secret of Zoom and The Invisible Blanket looks like my boys would really enjoy and me too. Most of the books out there are for girls and have some kind of love story in them. They are not ready for that just yet. With Summer break almost here all they want to do is play but I have to incorporate some reading with them too. Thank you.

    Comment by Tammy Riedl | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  3. I’ve heard a lot of good things about The School for Good and Evil. It has a really cool cover too. I love the swans, I’ve never heard of the other two, but I love children’s books. I’m going to be a librarian, so I’m trying to grow my collection to share with Kiddies for story time.

    Comment by Kerry O'Dea | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  4. I will not be entering this contest mainly because I have no children! If I did I would certainly try to win them. They look like great books which will keep the kids interested. Anything that keeps children interested in reading is ok in my book!

    Comment by Michele | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  5. This is also the first time I’ve heard about these three books. The School for Good and Evil sounds like one my granddaughter would definitely love. Thank you for the chance to win.
    Carol L

    Shared on Pinterest.

    Comment by carol L | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  6. My daughter reads all the time. She has been reading the books Ever After High. I think she would love to read The School for Good and Evil. I guess she’s inherited my love of paranormal and fantasy books!

    Comment by April B | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  7. I have been teaching 3rd grade for 30 years (still teaching) and love to share my passion of reading to my students. It is so important to get them to love reading when they are young. Hope to win!

    Comment by susanlulu2013 | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  8. I’ve never heard of these books but reading your reviews I’d love my kids to read these&!!!

    Comment by Amy | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  9. i really have not heard of the books only “the school for good and evil” cause my daughter keeps talking about it. she said its a really good book you should read it its on her book list she wants, (mom smiles glad shes a reader)
    She would recommend that book.

    Comment by melissa nolan | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  10. What a great selection of books! I can see “The School of Good and Evil” being one that my daughter would really enjoy, but I can see all of them being great reads! 🙂

    Comment by Kristie | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  11. I have a girl 7 and a boy 11 both obsessed with all books and reading. I know for a fact my children would be thrilled to read these books.

    Comment by Larissa | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  12. I have six kids from age 7 to 17 and as an author, I really try to get them into reading with stories that really engage them. I really liked the concept for the school of good and evil. Switching the girls may not be a mistake, but a result of what’s really in their hearts. I plan to get this book for my kids because they seemed genuinely interested and I have a feeling there’s a positive lesson to be learned. Thank you, Billi Wagner (

    Comment by Billi Wagner | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  13. Having read the School For Good and Evil I can tell you that it is wonderful. Every child I’ve recommend the book to has loved it. Our library is planning a back-to-school competition where children will vote on their favorite fictional school and I suspect that the School For Good and Evil will be a strong contender….it definitely gets my vote. If I win this book it will be used a a prize for our competition.

    The Secret of Zoom looks wonderful. I’d read it just based on the cover art and the title.

    I admit that I’m a bit of a cover snob and while I’m not really drawn to the cover or title of The Invisible Blanket, a 5-star review (like the one I read on GoodReads) might prompt me to take a second look.

    Comment by YvonneJ | June 21, 2014 | Reply

    • Forgot to add that I subscribe by email at navywyfe(at)yahoo(dot)com

      Comment by YvonneJ | June 22, 2014 | Reply

  14. These all look like incredibly delightful, appealing books and I have not heard of any of them. The School for Good and Evil I one my granddaughters would truly enjoy. The Secret of Zoom and the Invisible blanket would be great for my grandsons. Also, these are great books for our Summer Reading Program!

    Comment by lawonder10 | June 22, 2014 | Reply

  15. These books are new to me. Gotta check them out and share with my tween niece. I think she’s like the school of good and evil.

    Comment by Onica {MommyFactor} | June 22, 2014 | Reply

  16. I’ve had my eye on The School of Good and Evil for a while now! I just am dying over that cover! I would love to read these with my niece. So cute!

    Thank you for the giveaway. If you would like to come by and see mine, I’m at:

    Creating Serenity

    Comment by Christina T @ Creating-Serenity | June 22, 2014 | Reply

  17. I think my kids would love these books. Such a great selection of summer reading.

    Comment by lisa | June 22, 2014 | Reply

  18. My 5 year old LOVES being read to, so I’m always on the looks out for new and interesting reads. These look great for when he’s a little older!

    Comment by Ashley | June 22, 2014 | Reply

  19. these look like fun summer books. always looking for new books to share with my grandchildren during the summer.

    Comment by cynthia | June 23, 2014 | Reply

  20. I think this is great for children, People forget that reading is still important. Thanks for sharing.

    Comment by Rebecca Swenor | June 23, 2014 | Reply

  21. I am a school librarian and I am excited to say that we own The Secret of Zoom. This book is popular with my 4th and 5th grade students (interest level 3-6 and reading level 4.8). Although I am not familiar with the other two titles, I researched The School for Good and Evil and plan to purchase this title for my library. Fractured fairy tales and rewrites are a current trend in children’s literature so this will be a great addition to my collection! The interest level for the book is 5-8 and the reading level is 5.2. I could not find information on The Invisible Blanket from my vendor but I will say that the cover would grab the attention of my boys (2nd-4th).

    Comment by Jessica Holmes (@LibrarianHolmes) | June 23, 2014 | Reply

  22. I think my kids would like The School for Good and Evil.

    Comment by domestic diva | June 23, 2014 | Reply

  23. The school of good and evil looks like a really nice book. I haven’t heard any of these titles before, interesting in them!

    Comment by brittani adams | June 24, 2014 | Reply

  24. These books are ones that my grandsons would love to read or have me read to them. I hope I win,. Sharma Darby

    Comment by Sharma Darby | June 25, 2014 | Reply

  25. I have never read these books but being a substitute teacher I am always looking for good books to recommend to my students

    Comment by mlklingen | June 27, 2014 | Reply

  26. An invisible blanket!?! I need one of those! Well, maybe more than one because I suspect that I will be losing quite a few of them. I also love the cover of The School for Good and Evil.

    Comment by Alyn Y | June 28, 2014 | Reply

  27. I am the grandmom who loves to read and I wish and get my granddaughters a lot of books so that they can read a lot. I have seen reviews on the Garden of Good and Evil and think it is a book my older granddaughter would enjoy, THank you for sharing your love of reading with the rest of us

    Comment by Dorothy Teel | June 28, 2014 | Reply

  28. School of Good and Evil has looked really good for a while. I’ve heard many reviews lately and I want to check it out for myself. My little sister is always wanting new books, as well, so no matter what, these will be read.

    Comment by Ashley Jellison | June 29, 2014 | Reply

  29. I have a summer reading challenge going on with my great-nephew Richard with incentive points redeemed every two weeks. I believe he would really enjoy reading “The Secret Zoom” by Lynne Jonell as one of his picks. i posted on Facebook, Pinterest and signed up for your email.

    Comment by GuinR | June 29, 2014 | Reply

  30. they look like one’s my niece would really like

    Comment by Daniel M | June 29, 2014 | Reply

  31. I’m not very familiar with these 3 books but what I can say is that all of them have some great covers. The art on the front of a book is what pulls me in with a children’s book and these ones are great.

    Comment by Jenny Stanek | June 29, 2014 | Reply

  32. Like the fun colors in the covers

    Comment by bn100 | June 29, 2014 | Reply

  33. I subscribed to your blog. I tweeted about this giveaway on Twitter at

    Comment by Lily Kwan | June 30, 2014 | Reply

  34. The graphics on the covers are lovely. They do an excellent job at telling you what the book is about. Looks like my little girl would enjoy these. We read to her every night. She loves it.

    Comment by Cassie Hayes | June 30, 2014 | Reply

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