Saturday, June 1, 2013

Book Giveaway: Early Reader Pick: A Funny Little Bird

I have ONE copy of this cute new read for the younger set.

A Funny Little Bird
by Jennifer Yerkes
Sourcebooks
2013
48 pages

An invisible little bird longs for attention and belonging. He decorates himself with plumage and gets lots of attention--some unwanted--from a fox! What's a bird to do?

For your chance to win, simply post a comment to the blog and include your first name, city, state, and email contact. Deadline for posts is June 10 at noon MST.

The winner will be chosen randomly by Randomizer on June 10. Please check your email on that date. The winner has 24 hours to respond to my email. The book will ship courtesy of Sourcebooks.




12 comments:

  1. My grandson would like this book! Thanks for the giveaway!

    Carol
    Monroeville
    PA
    mittens0831 at aol dot com

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  2. So cute!

    Thanks,
    Lynne McHale
    lynnemchale@gmail.com
    Ventura, CA

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  3. It looks so cute! Thanks for sharing the book love!

    Elsa
    Sacramento, CA
    eouvrard-prettol@natomascharter.org

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  4. The cover is so appealing!

    Barb Gogan
    Sudbury Public Schools
    barbgogan @ gmail.com

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  5. Read your review earlier and put this book on a wishlist...maybe instead of a purchase I can win one.

    Lee Ann
    Velasco Elementary
    Freeport, TX
    lsimon@brazospotisd.net

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  6. This sounds like a great book.

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  7. My students would love this!

    Katie
    Chicago, IL
    katola13@gmail.com

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  8. Rocio
    Miami , FL
    rravera@uas.edu.uy

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  9. Would love to see this in my elementary library!

    Joleen Waltmna
    1010 S. 2500 W.
    Aberdeen, ID 83210

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  10. I think this would be great to pair with Possum Magic and then compare/contrast the stories. My elementary library students love the story of Grandma Poss and Hush, and I am sure they would love this book just as much.

    Suzanne
    Alcoa, TN
    scostner1@charter.net

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  11. Heidi
    Logan, Utah
    hg195@yahoo.com

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  12. This is special on many levels, but most dramatically for visual innovation: white space, negative space, crisp edges with minimal line. It is also a wonderful story of self-concet, problem-solving, creativity, and friendship, with a dash of science thrown in (camouflage). Definitely a book that will draw rears back again and again, always making new discoveries.

    Rowena Hailey (WA Traffic Ticket)

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