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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Maddie MoonBeam's Garden

This is a beautiful book, written by Karen Nowicki who is also a Team Writer with Root & Sprout.  Maddie Moonbeam's Garden is a story about a little girl who lives each day passionately.
But, then she begins to doubt herself and put others opinions above her own.  In the end she finds her way back to her true self and realizes that she is who "she wants to be" and her true heart's desire is unshakable after all.
When purchasing a copy of this book for myself, I mentioned to Karen that I would love to be able to give a copy away because I love to share all things good.  Being the kind, uplifting and sharing person she is, she let me purchase at buy one get one free -- just so that I would be able to spread the word.
It's nice to have generous friends.  I chose to buy two at 1/2 price ;-), never to take advantage.  I guess it comes out to 6 to one 1/2 a dozen to the other -- but the important thing is that I am able to offer this book to you!
I don't want to make you jump through too many hoops to win it because I would like a large participation in this.  So, I'll make it simple.  
  • 1 entry)  Comment here to this post if you want a chance to win!
  • 5 entries) Visit the website, Maddie Moonbeam's Garden and tell me something about the book or about Karen Nowicki or about the website
  • 5 entries) Visit Root & Sprout and comment there to an article, review or GiveAway (you can win there too!).  Then just let me know ya' did!
  • 1 additional entry daily) Visit the new article published at Root & Sprout daily and comment for an additional entry -- so you can earn 12 additional entries in total this way! ;-)
Easy Peasy!
[This Giveaway closes on Friday, May 15th, 2009 at midnight.]
Have a Wonderific Tantalizing Tuesday!
I promise I will read all of you in the next day or so!  I'm just living life overwhelmed and over scheduled -- but I wouldn't trade it -- or y'all -- for anything!


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18 comments:

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

Overscheduled! I bet you can't wait until schooll is out, or will that mean you're busier?

The Queen said...

ok.. I 'm commenting..and not only to I visit maddie Moonbeams website on a regular baissi.. I love everything about it.. I even have ordered a book... I commented on your keep children safe story...

yea.. I really want to win another copy of this.. this is the best kids book I've read in a long time..

pick me pick me..

C said...

I know I haven't commented in a while...I am not good at losing when it comes to give-a-ways ;) but you are doing a fantastic job over here and I still luv ya lots!!!

MJ said...

I teach kindergarten. I'd love to have this for my classroom.

mj.coward[at]gmail.com

MJ said...

She used to teach 3rd grade.

mj.coward[at]gmail.com

Andrea M said...

We would love to win this...thanks for the chance

Brimful Curiosities said...

My daughter wants to help me plant flowers this year. I'm sure she'd enjoy this book. Thanks.

Brimful Curiosities said...

The book is a "feel-good" book about the journey toward self love. Wonderful message for all children to hear.

Renee G said...

I'd love to win this book.

rsgrandinetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

Baseball Mom said...

Throwing my name in the ring. I will go check out the website and be back.

Sue W. said...

I would enjoy winning this book for my great granddaughter. Please count me in.

roylsue(at)telpage(dot)net

Sue W. said...

Just wanted to let you know I posted this giveaway on my blog.

http://gourdcrafter.blogspot.com/

Sue W. said...

When I visited the web site I saw this... Maddie Moonbeam’s Garden was inspired by Debbie’s book. In a very concise and animated way, it tells a story about remembering our greatness.
Isn't that the greatest!!
roylsue(at)telpage(dot)net

Sue W. said...

At Route and Sprout I like the idea of the Mother/Son, Father/Daughter relationships and the various ways to make them grow, like doing a hobby together, or going to the Y or reading together. If more families would do this our troubles in this world would be far less.
roylsue(at)telpage(dot)net

Sue W. said...

Route and Sprout is talking about family vacations on a budget. What my husband and I want is for our families to take some of their vacation here at our permenant lake home. For them that is the cheapest thing to do but as the grand kids get older we see them less and less. We have jet skis, a party boat, paddle boat and the lake itself to play in. Food and room availalbe for free. Come on down my family!!!

kayla said...

Hey gal, don't work to hard and i hope everything is going ok for you. Hopefully things will slow down for you so you can just chill out one of these days. wishful thinking huh.. My son shut my car door and for some reason the window just busted out. scared me to death, So now i have to get that fixed if it isn't one thing it is another. Hope all things are going well your way I'll be in touch ahvea good mothers day!

Jill said...

My daughter's would enjoy this book :)

Jill said...

I luv that she writes with a feel-good” message :) What Great Self-Esteem Books!

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