Giveaway! The Reading Promise, An Award-Winning Children’s Picture Book

The Reading Promise

As always, thanks to everyone who participated in our last LEGO giveaway. We’re hosting one more giveaway in the month of January–this time for a wonderful children’s picture book. Enter to win your copy The Reading Promise below. The best part? We’ll randomly select TEN WINNERS on January 27!

The Reading Promise – Award-Winning Children’s Picture Book Giveaway

You are only required to enter a valid email address to enter this giveaway. There are also several optional entry options that will help you increase your chances of winning. Some of these options may be completed daily for better chances. They are all clearly marked on the giveaway widget above. If the email address you enter is not valid, then none of your optional entries will be counted.

One of the best and least expensive gifts you can give to your child is the gift of reading. Troy Kent’s The Reading Promise, is the story of a young mother whose promise to read to her newborn becomes her legacy.

Besides a gold Mom’s Choice Award, The Reading Promise has also earned the Moonbeam Children’s Book Award, the USA Best Book Award, the National Indie Excellence Award, and the Bookchoice4u Children’s Book Award. Most recently, it was named the top book of the New England Book Festival.

Entry for this giveaway closes at 10 AM EST on Wednesday January 27.

You may view the giveaway terms and conditions here.

If you have any questions, please ask in the comments below or email us.

7 Comments on “Giveaway! The Reading Promise, An Award-Winning Children’s Picture Book”

  1. Linda, I couldn’t agree with you more! In fact, watching my wife do exactly that is what I tried to capture (in words) in The Reading Promise. Thank you very much for your comment. Troy Kent

  2. I agree with reading to your child early in their infancy. I worry that people generally do not read as much as they used to before social media became so popular .Thank you for this competition X

  3. Love this giveaway, literacy is so important and reading to your child nurtures their mind and their imagination

  4. I am a true believer that reading to your child as early as infancy will not only give a better parental bond but will encourage your child to read .

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