Wednesday, October 2, 2013

October Delores Fletcher, Cobweb Catcher Classroom Set Giveaway

Argie and Maude argued so much about who would be able to announce our latest giveaway, that I've decided to do this myself. In honor of our favorite holiday, Halloween, Aunt Rita, Triple-Great Aunt Mabel Verity, Argie, Maude, McDuff and I would like to invite all public school teachers and librarians to enter our latest giveaway. The prize - an autographed, Ten-Book Classroom Set of my story, Delores Fletcher, Cobweb Catcher! Our storyteller, Kathryn Rose Jacoby, is feeling generous and this is also her favorite holiday. Okay, so, here's what you have to do:
Like our page on Facebook
Tweet about the giveaway
Follow Kathryn on Twitter
Answer some easy questions (you have read the book, haven't you?). No? Tch, tch. It's available on the Amazon and Barnes and Noble websites.
Already own a copy? Great! How about getting your students in on the deal! Get them to read the book after you read it and help you research the answers.
Are you a librarian who would love a new set of books? You're also eligible to enter. Not a teacher, but willing to donate these books to a school classroom or library? As long as we have a school address to mail them to, you're also eligible to enter.
Good luck everyone. Happy reading. Hold your moonstones for luck. We'll be keeping tabs on the contestants. It's going to be an exciting month!
Love,
Delores Fletcher


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6 comments:

  1. I would have these sent to Mrs Kennedy's fourth grade class. I do a lot of volunteer work at the school, including repairing books for the classroom, and those kids love books like this. They are all well loved and well worn.

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  2. It would be great if these books could go to the Solano County Library, John F. Kennedy branch because the library was recently remodeled and it looks like the cleaned out the kids books to make space since they combined the kids and adults books into one area whereas there was previously two areas and it was larger. More materials of good quality would be great.

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  3. I have three kids that attend the same elementary school, I think they and their friends would love to read this!

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  4. My daughter's teacher is always on the lookout for great reading for her class.

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  5. Our State and counties are running out of funding so the first place the budget cut goes is from the libraries. Most small counties do not have the revenue. The communities and schools depend on the bookmobiles to provide books. Our driver is really scrounging to spread the books to so many schools and communities.

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  6. My daughter's teacher really encourages reading and is always looking for new books for the class to read. This sounds perfect.

    Les Johnson

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