Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Middle Grades Book Giveaway: The Littlest Bigfoot

The Littlest Bigfoot
by Jennifer Weiner
Aladdin
2016
ISBN: 9781481470742

I have 5  FREE copies of The Littlest Bigfoot up for grabs! For your chance to win a copy, simply post a comment to the blog. Please include your first name, city, state, and email contact. The deadline for posts is Wednesday, October 19 at noon MST. Winners will be chosen randomly by Randomizer. Check your email on October 19. Winners have 24 hours to respond to my  email. Books will ship from New York. Good luck and start posting!



Reviews

"A charming story about finding a safe place to let your freak flag fly." (People)

"Bestselling adult author Weiner (In Her Shoes) makes a winning children’s book debut with this witty story of outcasts coming together, first in a trilogy. . . .Well-drawn characters, high comedy, and an open-ended finale will leave readers eager for the next installment."

  (Publishers Weekly)

"Weiner writes an engaging tale that helps children to understand both bullying and the difficulties faced by people who in some way deviate from the norm. . . . Enchanting right up to the sequel-beckoning end."

  (Kirkus Reviews)

"A heartwarming tale about friendship and belonging that will resonate with those young readers who have ever struggled to fit in or find their place in the world."

  (School Library Journal)

"Bigfoot believers and non-believers alike will enjoy this story that focuses on the importance of friendship and acceptance amidst bullying, loneliness, and a lack of self-confidence."

  (School Library Connection)

"Plenty of youngsters—legendary creatures or not—will relate to this smartly crafted tale of appreciating your own quirks." (Bulletin of the Center of Children's Books)

8 comments:

  1. Lissa
    Lolo, MT
    olingerlissa@gmail.com

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  2. Rixxa, Philadelphia, PA
    rixxarixxa@gmail.com

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  3. Yes, please!
    Lynne McHale
    lynnemchale@gmail.com
    Ann Arbor, MI
    District Media Specialist for Bedford Public Schools

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  4. Yes, Please!!
    Emily Peregrine
    peregrinee@newton.k12.in.us
    Kentland, IN

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  5. Sounds wonderful!

    Brian Johnson
    bjohnson3@sdale.org
    Springdale, AR

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  6. This looks like it's right up our alley!

    Shannon Walters
    swalters@bsdvt.org
    6 Archibald Street
    Burlington, VT 05401

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  7. My students would enjoy this book.
    Elma
    elma.witty@adrian.k12.or.us
    PO Box 108
    Adrian, OR 97901

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  8. This looks like a great book for some of my students.
    kpaterson@anthonyisd.net
    Karen Paterson
    Anthony ISD
    District Librarian
    825 Wildcat Dr.
    Anthony, TX 79821

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