This winter WE could be winners! Well, we already ARE winners, but we could win some books too. Thanks to Chronicle Books. They are offering their Second Annual Happy Haulidays book giveaway this month.
Here's the scoop. I write a blog post which includes a list of 500$ worth of Chronicle Books I'd like to own and give to a charity, and YOU post a comment about it. Then THEY randomly choose my post as the winner, I choose your comment, and YOU, ME, and the CHARITY each get a set of the books. Easy as pie.
If I win, I think I would like my local library, Tompkins County Public Library, to have these books. I spend so much time there, researching, looking at books with Cedar, picking out movies from their extensive collection, and finding just the right stories to read. Not to mention all the program over the years I have attended there, and made use of. It's a great place to hang out and write, or find the best of the children's section.
If you have a blog, you can post your own entry as well. But you have to enter by December 2nd to be in the drawing. If you don't blog, leave a comment here, or stop by the other blogs entered, and you could win too!
-The World Almanac for Kids Workbook: Kindergarten, by Molly Smith, Christine Economos, and Lynn Brunelle (12.99)
-Monet's Impressions, By Claude Monet,Produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. (15.99)
-Vincent's Colors, Words and pictures by Vincent van Gogh,Produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art (15.99)
-Alejandro's Gift, By Richard Albert,Illustrated by Sylvia Long(6.99)
-Over and Under the Snow, By Kate Messner - Illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal (16.99)
-A Butterfly is Patient, By Dianna Hutts Aston,Illustrated by Sylvia Long (16.99)
-Wilderness and Wonder: Art and Life of Georgia O'Keefe, By Susan Goldman Rubin (16.99)
-One Love, Adapted by Cedella Marley - Based on the song by Bob Marley
Illustrated by Vanessa Brantley Newton (16.99)
-The Lonely Pine, By Aaron Frisch Illustrated by Etienne Delessert (17.99)
-The Story of Snow, By Mark Cassino,with Jon Nelson, Ph.D. (16.99)-Brother Sun, Sister Moon, Reimagined by Katherine Paterson,Illustrated by Pamela Dalton (17.99)
-Chicken Scratches, By George Shannon,and Lynn Brunelle,Illustrated by Scott Menchin (14.99)
-3D World Atlas and Tour, By Marie Javins (16.99)
-The Cloud Collectors Handbook, By Gavin Pretor-Pinney (14.95)
-The Meaning of Trees, By Fred Hageneder (19.95)
-A Year in Japan, By Kate T. Williamson (19.95)
-You Are Here, Personal Geographies and Other Maps of the Imagination Princeton Architectural Press Edited by Katharine Harmon (24.95)
-A Life in Stitches, By Rachael Herron (14.95)
-New Whole Grains Cookbook, By Robin Asbell,Photographs by Caren Alpert (19.95)
-Fields of Plenty, Text and photography by Michael Ableman (35.00)
-Show and Tell, By Dilys Evans (24.99)
-This is NPR, by Cokie Roberts, Susan Stamberg, Noah Adams, John Ydstie, Renee Montagne, Ari Shapiro,and David Folkenflik (29.95)
-Chicken and Egg, By Janice Cole,Photographs by Alex Farnum (24.95)
Mini Lunch Notes, by Peagreen (9.95)
Botanicals Notebooks Collection, by Rifle Paper Co. (12.95)
Birch Forest Flexi Journal, by Lisa Congdon (9.95)
Typewriter Eco journal, by Julia Rothman, (10.95)
Pantone, 100 postcards, (19.95)
Remember, if I win, I get to pick one of you commenters to win too, so make it a good one, and let me know how to contact you!