I'm helping Ondria over at Mommy's Block Party host this awesome giveaway. See what she has to say below!
I so enjoyed writing as a child, and I know that the encouragement of my parents had much to do with me becoming a writer. I still remember my mom allowing me to use the typewriter at our dining room table, typing out scripts for a pretend radio show that my sister and I used to put on! I want to encourage B the way my parents encouraged me, and when I was offered the opportunity to check out a brand new creative writing workbook for children, from our friends at Little Bee Books, I was all but geeking out over it.
Build a Book for Boys (or Girls) would made a wonderful gift- think Easter Baskets, school graduations, birthdays, or think ahead for Christmas! This is also a wonderful resource for parents and teachers!
Read the full review on Mommy's Block Party.
In case you haven't figured it out by now, I am a serious book lover. My mom read me books pretty much every day when I was growing up, and when I could read by myself, I started consuming books at a rapid rate. I am sure I would have loved a copy of Build A Book when I was a little girl. If you have a child in your life who you know loves to read and/or be read to, you definitely do not want to miss this giveaway!
Want it? Buy It!
To learn more about Little Bee Books, and this wonderful children's journal, head on over to Little Bee Books' website. Also available- Build a Book for Girls- each book retails for $5.99.
Want It? Win It!
One lucky reader will win a copy of Build a Book (for Boys or Girls), from our friends at Little Bee Books. Just use the RC entry form below to enter for your chance to win! Giveaway is open to US residents, 18 and older- one entry per household. This blog is not responsible for prize fulfillment.
Special thanks to our friends at Little Bee Books for allowing us to share about this wonderful creative writing journal for children, and for offering this giveaway for our readers, as well!
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