It’s TD Children’s Book Week in Canada, which means Canadian authors, illustrators, and storytellers are touring the country, sharing their work in schools and libraries and anywhere else kids hang out. I still remember the day Sheree Fitch visited my elementary school in Yellowknife. She performed a then-unfinished poem that went on to be published as There Were Monkeys In My Kitchen.
It was AWESOME.
In celebration of Canadian kid lit, I’m hosting a stop on the Children’s Book Week Giveaway Hop. For my portion of the giveaway, one lucky winner will receive an autographed copy of Fuzzy Forensics: DNA Fingerprinting Gets Wild, when it’s released this fall. To tide you over until then, you get a copy of the Fox Talk ebook in the format of your choice (the enhanced edition, which includes video, works best in PDF on desktops or newer model ereaders). Commenting is one way to enter – I want to hear about your favourite encounter with an author in the wild!
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO RECENT POSTAGE INCREASES, I CAN ONLY SHIP TO CANADIAN ADDRESSES. IF YOU DON’T HAVE ONE, YOU’LL RECEIVE AN EBOOK COPY OF FUZZY FORENSICS.
For more chances to win great prizes, visit the other bloggers who are taking part in the hop:
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Are you a children’s book or teen literature blogger, an author, a publisher, or a publicist looking to share copies of a fabulous book? Mother Daughter Book Reviews and Youth Literature Reviews are joining forces to provide you with the opportunity to take part in the Children’s Book Week Giveaway Hop 2014, featuring links to giveaways for fabulous children/teen’s books, gift cards, cash, or other prizes. What better way to celebrate Children’s Book Week?