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Day #7 Giveaway Automatic Agents/Editor Entry for #OverBearUnderWhere Contest Critiques And BOOKS!!

YAY for books! PRIZES for TODAY!!!!! NO PURCHASE REQUIRED!


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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!!!



TODAY'S AMAZING BOOKS!! (US Entries Only, Please!)




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


Over and Under are two friends, and they're enjoying a day at the park. They go on the swings (Over goes over Under) and the seesaw (Under is under Over). They meet a hot-dog dog (who joins them for a hot dog). And then they spot . . . a bear! (Unbearable!) But is he really the overall scary creature they first understand him to be?


"I adore this book. Am Over Come with emotion . . . er laughter. It's Jeff Mack on steroids, and every English teacher from kindergarten up to college needs to have it. THAT good." --Jane Yolen, bestselling and award-winning author of How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?


"The absurdity of the premise, which swings around to fit the wordplay, will elicit laughs, while the wordplay will entertain and challenge younger readers." --BCCB


"A whimsical 'Who’s on First'–like picture book . . . that earns its giggles." --Publishers Weekly





BLOB written and illustrated by Anne Appert


Blob is a creature of an indeterminate kind. Blob can be a giraffe, cotton candy, and even an octopus. It’s not until a certain someone continuously calls them “Bob” that Blob starts to question who they really are.

After a series of funny yet enlightening discoveries about all the possible things they can be, Blob realizes that the best thing to be is . . .

Blob.

(With the L.)


An “ambiguous being” with a focused future makes for a fine role model. -- Kirkus Reviews


Blob will come as a comfort to any kids who struggle with the “what I want to be when I grow up” assignments. Our hero’s insistence on their right name additionally models useful behavior for kids who often have their names mispronounced. -- Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books


A perfectly paced, relatable comedy sure to tickle the preschool set with its exuberant illustrations and message of self-actualization. -- School Library Journal


Michal Babay's I'M A GLUTEN-SNIFFING SERVICE DOG illustrated by Ela Smietanka


Chewie's nose always knows. That's why he's training to be a gluten-detection service dog for Alice. His job will be to keep Alice from getting sick. But Chewie gets distracted by bugs in the air and pizza on the sidewalk. He must find a way to focus and complete his training―because Alice needs him.


"This good-hearted book makes a serious subject fun and interesting."―Kirkus Reviews




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