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Giveaway: Books to Keep Children Entertained and at Ease





During these uncertain times, it is normal for children to feel insecure and uneasy.  Keeping children in a routine and occupied is important.  Reading is a great way to keep children busy and help take their minds off of current events.  

These stories from Kathleen George, Lyndsi Richards and Michael C. Brown are wonderful stories that take your child on adventures, help them rest and help you to comfort them.

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It's bedtime in the nook of Cherry Hill, but Chester Chipmunk just can't sleep! He's had too much fun playing today, and he isn't ready to stop now. So Mama Chipmunk tells him a whimsical tale of all the journeys he can go on in his dreams. This book will help the little ones who are feeling restless get excited to take a nap or go to bed so they can discover all the many adventures that await in his dreams!


This vibrant and vulnerable picture book follows the love story of gorilla Lani and monkey Kanoa and their journey to becoming parents. But after their twins Lili and Koi are born, they begin arguing and missing the lives they had when they were on their own. They make the difficult decision to separate, but are determined to show their children that they still appreciate one another, as Kanoa swings down and brings the mother of his child flowers every Tuesday. As this story hits home for many children and parents, Richards hope it serves as a reminder that it’s important to maintain a healthy relationship while co-parenting.


Brown’s persona, Mr. B, partners up with his good friend Mr. Helicopter to fly the skies of Arizona, where they take in the breathtaking views of mountain tops, yellow deserts, and gorgeous wildflowers. Through these colorful and vivid illustrations by acclaimed artist Nancy Troupe, children experience the beauty of the world from a new and exciting view. Using experience and examples of his own travels around the world as an aerial photographer, Mr. B hopes to encourage young readers to appreciate adventures big and small. Coloring pages for kids are also available along with the book to complete.


GIVEAWAY 


One winner will win 2 of the books listed above*.  (ARV $43) See below for terms and conditions. Open to U.S. residents of the 48 contiguous United States. You must be 18 years old to enter to win. This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on 4.25.20
All entries will be verified. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Any person who has won a prize (or whose household has won a prize) in any promotion sponsored by Sponsor in the thirty (30) days before this contest start date is not eligible to win a prize in this contest. Entrants who have created social accounts purely for the purpose of entering Competitions or Sweepstakes will not be eligible to win. All social accounts used must be public.
The winner will be chosen randomly through Giveaway Tools and contacted via email. A reply to the winning email is required within 48 hours before a new winner is chosen. Void where prohibited by law. One person entering per household, please. The Review Wire, Chatty Patty’s Place, and Tabby’s Pantry are not responsible for shipment of prize





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  1. hope you are save form this virus and hope you are great the book and gifts are great for the one who are coup up

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  2. At this time I am not reading anything. Did just buy a book though and hope to see my grand kids when this is over to read it.

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  3. what book are you currently reading? I love to read last week I started rereading my Lee Child Jack Reacher books have finished my 4th started the fifth.

    Or what books did your kids want you to read every single night before bed? I have no ideal what my great niece wants to be read or what she is looking at the pictures. Sometimes she drives her dad nuts by wanting the same book all the time. She loves her books and likes to be read to. She has books everywhere that she stays/visits

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