It's my 25th birthday today, and to celebrate, I thought I'd hold my first giveaway! I'm offering two books - one of them a children's/YA book of your choice up to £15 (or the equivalent if you live abroad), and for the other, you can choose one of any of the books I've reviewed on this blog. I've put a widget below so you should be able to click a picture to see what Goodreads says; alternatively you can look at my 'What I've reviewed' page for a link to my reviews. A few books in the widget may not be in my review list yet because I won't be posting them until halfway through the giveaway.
I'm running the giveaway through Rafflecopter, and the winner will be picked at random. It'll run from today until the 12th September, and I'll announce the winner as soon as I can, although definitely within 2 days.
Thanks guys, and happy entering!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
I would choose Room on the Broom. And one of my my favorite children's books is The Lion & the Mouse by Jerry Pinkney...and If I Could Keep You Little by Marianne Richmond.ReplyDelete
Good choice! Thanks for the recommendations :-)Delete
Happy Birthday, and thanks for the giveaway. I would choose The Perks of Being a Wallflower and I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!ReplyDelete
Oh, and as for my favorite children's book, it's extremely hard to pick just one. I guess my all-time favorite is The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. I think it teaches an important lesson about love and sacrifice. Thanks, again!Delete
Thank you, and good choices! I've been wanting to read The Perks of Being a Wallflower for a while now :-).Delete
I've only heard a little about The Giving Tree, but I'll definitely look out for it!Delete
My favorite YA book that I have read it the Secret Garden. But I have recently read The Legend of Ghost Dog Island.ReplyDelete
The Secret Garden is one of my favourites too - I wrote my dissertation on it at university! The Legend of Ghost Dog Island sounds intriguing!ReplyDelete
Little princess and black beauty because they are lovely, they are no only children book, they have magic insideReplyDelete
They really do - I remember loving the book and film of The Little Princess as a child!Delete
My favorite YA book series I've read this year is The Riyria Revelations by Michael J. Sullivan. Love them!!! And, of course, the Harry Potter books! :)ReplyDelete
Ooh, that sounds interesting! Harry Potter is awesome too, although it has been far too long since I last read them! Thanks for commenting :-).Delete