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Books for Kids Christmas Giveaway

Have I got a fun time for you!

It’s the holiday season

and I love nothing more than a party, right?

So what’ says party more than


So, I’m giving away 5, yes FIVE books for kids!

I’m friends with some special elves at

JKS Communications who want you to have these all five of these books under your Christmas tree!

The books are:

Titus & Tiana, includes gorgeous photography of 3 baby tigers

There were Dinosaurs Everywhere, by Howard Temperley

The adorbs Snowball’s Antarctic Adventures, about a little Emperor penguin

The Journey of the Knoble Garble, a lovely rhyming picture book

The Big Field: A Child’s Year Under the Southern Cross by Anne Morddel, a tale of a girl and her granny living near the rain forest

What lucky child wouldn’t want these books?

Easy peasy lemon squeezy entries!

Hurry, enter quickly so Santa’s elves have time to get this to you in time for Christmas!

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18 replies on “Books for Kids Christmas Giveaway”

I am always on the lookout for new kids books! We love some fresh reading in this house (and of course the old classics too)!

I love children’s books because to see my son go into the world of imagination is magical.

I love introducing my grandchildren to new books whenever I can. Books keep their little minds active.

I love kids’ books to share with my grandkids – to spend time reading to them and help them learn to read on their own.

Those books look like great gifts for my kids. I have never met a kid that did not love to touch a new book. I know people always talk about new car smell, but it as nothing on new book smell.

I have 2 little girls, the oldest (my 4 1/2 year old) is already in LOVE with books. She is working on learning to read, and books are just about her favorite thing in the world – which is why I LOVE BOOKS! 🙂

I’m a huge reading buff and love encouraging reading with my two baby girls. They’ll grow into these books before long!

My 2 year old could sit with her books for hours!! We all love a good book, recently Alexander and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day is our favorite

For my 6yo it is the one thing that keeps her engaged and interested especially when I use special book reading voices…She especially loves my Southern accent 🙂

Princess Nagger is a bookworm just like her mama, and I’m hoping Little Dude will follow suit! Thanks for a great giveaway! 🙂

My 6yo get really engaged when we read together. One of the few times she manages to sit still and listen. She also loves when I change my voice with the story…..especially my Southern accent.

Honestly I think a lot of the writing for children and YA is better than what is available for adults!

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