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Day #3 Giveaway + Automatic Agents/Editor Entry for #OverBearUnderWhere Contest Critiques!

Updated: Nov 7, 2021

YAY for books! PRIZES for TODAY!!!!!


PLUS


AN ENTRY INTO THE AGENT/EDITOR GIVEAWAY FOR THE WINNER!!!!!! SEE MY PREVIOUS POST FOR THE GIVEAWAY!


All winners' gifts are ordered on the 9th of November (Julie's release day!). The Rafflecopter for AUTHOR Critiques and AGENTS/EDITOR Critiques is LIVE on 11/9/21!!!




On to TODAY's prizes + ENTRY for ONE LUCKY WINNER!! Anyone can enter these giveaways without purchasing a book!


All winners' gifts are ordered and shipped on the 9th of November (Julie's release day!)



#1: Julie's book OVER, BEAR! UNDER, WHERE? Illustrated by Michael Slack



#2: LET LIBERTY RISE!: HOW AMERICA'S SCHOOLCHILDREN HELPED SAVE THE STATUE OF

LIBERTY Written by Chana Stiefel and Illustrated by Chuck Groenink


How did 121,000 Americans save their most beloved icon? Here is an inspiring story about the power we have when we all work together!


* "This charming history title is a true inspiration for the present. An informative must-have for all libraries." -- School Library Journal, starred review


"All rise to this evocative, empowering offering." -- Kirkus Reviews


"[A] true tale of cooperation among all ages." -- Publishers Weekly




#3: SURVIVOR TREE written by Marcie Colleen and Illustrated by Aaron Becker


This hopeful story of a resilient tree that grew (and still grows) at the base of the twin towers is a simple introduction for young readers to gain an understanding of September 11th and the impact it had on America.


"A lovely 20th-anniversary tribute to the towers and all who perished—and survived."―Kirkus Reviews, starred review


"A sensitive, accessible entry point into a relatively recent tragedy."―Publishers Weekly, starred review


"Eloquent.... A moving history and tribute to resilience."―Booklist, starred review


"Lyrical prose.... Lovely, elongated watercolor and colored-pencil compositions.... This one is particularly suited to young audiences and perfectly reflects the book’s dedication: 'May peace and hope grow from the darkest of our days.'"―Horn Book, starred review


(US Entries Only, Please!)








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