Summer 2017 Giveaway #9: We Are Growing!

YOU can win a free hardcover copy of Elephant & Piggie Like Reading! We Are Growing! by Laurie Keller!

This book is 64 pages long and the suggested age range is 6-8 years old.

From the publisher:

“Walt and his friends are growing up fast! Everyone is the something-est. But . . . what about Walt? He is not the tallest, or the curliest, or the silliest. He is not the anything-est! As a BIG surprise inches closer, Walt discovers something special of his own!”

Here’s how to enter this giveaway:

1.  Visit the England Library blog and write a comment on THIS post. Your comment should include your FIRST NAMELAST INITIAL, what GRADE you’re going to be in NEXT year, and a message for Mrs. Kupersztoch!

Do not leave any other personal information in your comment!  Do not post your e-mail address. Only one entry per student will be accepted, and only England Elementary students are eligible to participate.  Every comment has to be approved in order to appear on the website, so if you don’t see your comment right away, don’t worry!

2.  After the contest closes, I will choose a comment at random and that student will receive the giveaway prize!  The winner will be announced as an update at the top of this post and the prize book will be waiting for the winning student in August!

6 thoughts on “Summer 2017 Giveaway #9: We Are Growing!

  1. Hello Mrs. K,

    I would like to have to this book as I love reading books. I am having a nice summer reading all sort of different books. Have a nice Summer!
    Benita N.
    3rd grade

  2. Mrs. K,
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE Elephant and Piggie books and know I would really love this one! Even the little grass is so cute!!!

    Adilynn M. 3rd Grade

  3. Hi, Mrs. Kupersztoch! I really liked reading “The Cookie Fiasco” (which is another “Elephant & Piggie Like Reading!” book), and I would love to read this one too!

    Tobias L. (1st grade)

  4. Dear Mrs. K,

    I hope you had a good summer.
    I would like to have this book because all of the grass are living and they look so cute.

    Elizabeth K. 2nd Grade

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