26 November 2011

Chronicle Books Haulidays Contest!

What a fun contest!  Chronicle Books is running their holiday contest again.  This year, not only does the winner get 500 for them and $500 for a commenter but also $500 for a charity.  If I win I will be giving to Library Build, Inc.  Chronicle publishes plenty of children's books which will be great for the charity to receive.  And, if i win, i also pick a winner from the comments!  Fun for everyone!

so, to the list!
For me:
  • Girl in the Kitchen by Stephanie Izard
  • Garden Anywhere by Alys Fowler
  • Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, an Illustrated Classic
  • Peter Pan, an Illustrated Classic
  • Scary Stories Illustrated by Barry Moser
  • Emily the Strange
  • Emily's Book of Strange
  • Dead Inside: Do Not Enter: Notes from the Zombie Apocalypse
For B:
  • The Writer's Toolbox by Jamie Cat Callan
  • The Toaster Project by Thomas Thwaites
  • Ready, Set, Novel! By Chris Baty, Lindsey Grant, and Tavia Stewart-Streit of National Novel Writing Month 
for my niece, 5 months:
  • Little Owl Finger Puppet Book
  • Snow Baby Finger Puppet Book
  • Mrs. Mustard's Stroller Cards
 or my nephew, 5 yrs:
  • Rules of the Wild: An Unruly Book of Manners
  • Giant Machines: SeeMore Readers Level 1
  • Killer Whales: SeeMore Readers Level 1
for my other niece and B's niece, both 7 yrs:
  • Art Activity Pack: Van Gogh
  • Art Activity Pack: Monet
  • Good Night, Fairies!
  • Woodkins: Kirsty's Big Adventure
  • Woodkins: Kelly's Great Day
for B's nephew, 11:  
  • The Alchemist's Cat by Robin Jarvis
  • Dark Portal by Robin Jarvis
  • The Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Junior Edition Boxed set
for my friend D:
  • Inside Design Now
  • Eco-Design: The Sourcebook
for my friend C:
  • Playboy: 50 Years, The Photographs
so that gets me right up to $500.  Now off to comment! 

Also: any Paperbackswap users out there?  consider donating a credit or two to their Books for Schools program. So far this year they've completed donations to 11 schools with another dozen or so to go.  I donated 3 credits to this very good cause.

Another Also: just saw that Guys Lit Wire is running another book fair for a school in DC.   It is through 11/28/11 though I bet if you ordered a book on Tuesday they'd still like it! 

4 comments:

  1. I've got four grandkids ages 5,5,7 & 8..they'd love to play with this stash of books. And I'd be doin' just fine with the older ones.

    Thanks for playin' along..good luck to both of us!

    jeaneC from CA
    jcamp2020 at aol

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  2. The Art Activity packs are awesome! The only reason I didn't add them to my own list was because I ran out of imaginary money! Good luck!

    knittingandsundries(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. Great picks for all ages. I kept my list pretty grown-up, but I'm a big kid at heart!

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