April 2 is International Children's Book Day!Did you know that?
|One of these Tintin books could be yours. You choose!|
A list of all the books can be found here.
Well, Read Aloud Dad didn't until ten minutes ago.
I saw it by chance on Wikipedia ... and who did I think of immediately?
My fabulous readers.
So, in order to celebrate this day, Read Aloud Dad is giving away a free children's book.
I'll make it as simple as possible to take part.
What is the prize?I want you to have a taste of what I loved as a kid - so I decided to give away a new copy of any individual Tintin book of your choice.
If you are selected, you will just choose the title - and that will be it. You tell me, I order it for you. And that's it.
|Sample page from a Tintin book|
Who is eligible?All email subscribers to my blog - from most countries in the world.
I you are already an email subscriber, you are in.
If you still do not receive free email updates from me, it is easy peasy. Just click here and subscribe.
Don't forget - you need to verify your subscription by clicking on a link in the confirmation mail that you receive.
Which countries? If your country is served by The Book Depository (US, Canada, UK, EU and around 80+ countries), then you are eligible.
When will the winner be chosen?
I will chose the winner in 7 days time, on 10 April, so all of you who are on the mailing list for free email updates from the Read Aloud Dad blog on April 10 are automatically entered in the contest.
Woo-hoo! I am excited!
Hope you are too.
If you have any questions... please leave them in the comments section. I will be glad to answer!
If you want to see more information about the individual Tintin books, here is a nice list with short synopses of each Tintin book.
Oh, and if you tweet about this giveaway or like it on Facebook or +1 it on Google Plus... well, I'll blow you a kiss. :-)
PS here is a possible tweet that you can tweet to the world:
Win #Tintin children's book in #giveaway hosted by @readalouddad for International Children's Book Day bit.ly/Z3xr7K #contest
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