This contest is now closed. The winner will be notified. The book below is still a break-through so read on.
When I read the new children’s book Monday is One Day to my kids for the first time, I felt like doing a little jig. Yay for working parents! Yay for kids being raised by grandparents! And for twins! Of color! Yay for parents who wear uniforms to work! Yay for families who have two dads!
Each page of this book validates some child’s special family — and together all of them acknowledge that although we may drop our little ones off at daycare, we are finding fun things throughout the week to celebrate, until the weekend comes again.
Monday is one day, Tuesday is blue shoes day, and Wednesday is halfway day.
If you think your child would enjoy this story, designed to relieve separation anxiety, here’s a way to get the book — and more — into your hands. Win it from us.
We are super excited about this giveaway because it includes a mini-collection of Scholastic books AND a set of days of the week underwear from Paul Frank. (I know you want these for yourself, too, because I sure do.)
Two (2) winners who comment on this post will receive:
- A copy of Monday is One Day!
- Days of the week undies for a little girl or boy
- 3 additional titles from Scholastic for ages 3+
This bundle is valued at $105 and is courtesy of Scholastic. (Book image courtesy of Scholastic. Copyright 2011 © by Arthur A. Levine. All rights reserved.)
To be entered, tell us what special attribute of YOUR family do you wish to see reflected in a book? Two commenters will be selected at random to win the prizes. Random drawing on Wednesday, June 1, 2011.
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