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Comment below to win a copy of the highly acclaimed book: The Biggest and Brightest Light This giveaway is now CLOSED. Comments #23 (Jenny), #22 (Christa) and #8 (Leah) were selected from random.org. Congrats! Three winners will be selected from random.org after 29th. ABOUT the BOOK: Filled with splendid illustrations and inspirational ideas for children, […]Continue reading
Recently, I asked two moms to review books for me. The books had been shipped my way for a Kidlutions Preferred Product Award testing. After looking through them, I knew they qualified! However, I wanted to go one step further and have two different moms review the books. I knew these moms would really appreciate […]Continue reading
Comment below to enter for a set of books: Anytime Reading Readiness and Before They Read. One winner will be chosen from random.org after March 30th. *This giveaway is now CLOSED. Comment #26 was chosen from random.org (Kristina). Congrats! Thank you to everyone who entered. These books are perfect for: Parents Caregivers Early Childhood Workers […]Continue reading
Do you know about Find Me Book yet? Kinzie has a new Easter page: How does it work? You upload 6 photos (family, pets, etc) Choose 11 page scenes from the list (the Easter page is now available) Choose either hard cover or soft cover Enter code MOMMYPERKS for 10% off That’s it! Order by […]Continue reading
Comment below to enter for your own copy of “Why Marry a Millionaire? Just Be One!” One winner will be selected from random.org after January 15th. *This giveaway is now CLOSED. Comment #27 was selected from random.org (Moya). Congrats! Not long ago I received an email, asking if I’d like to review the following book: […]Continue reading
The following guest review has been submitted by Nicole Elliot: Ramblings by Nicole Renee Anne of Green Gables Treasury Book | Ingleside Impressions Book Review Growing up I was as serious bookworm. My favorite way to spend my free time as a child and teenager was to read and read! Of all the hundreds, maybe […]Continue reading