Monday, October 17, 2011

Razzle-Dazzle Ruby Giveaway!

I am excited to spot light an adorable story called Razzle-Dazzle Ruby. This is one of those fun, heart warming stories that kids and parent's alike will enjoy. You can read my 5 star review for it here.


Ruby can make the ordinary extraordinary! Come skate on a shimmering pond, roll a giant snowball, sled down a snowy hill, and create soaring snow angels with her as she becomes a snow queen and transforms a typical winter day into a gleaming-beaming fairy tale. Combining glorious watercolors, elegant paper engineering, and whimsical storytelling, this joyful novelty picture book is sure to enchant children and adults.


Here's a sneak peak into the adorable, whimsical world of Ruby's:



You can find out more about Razzle Dazzle Ruby by visiting the book's site here. Don't miss this fun sneak peak into the story.



About the author:

Masha D’yans is an award-winning artist. Her line of greeting cards, clothing, and home d├ęcor, featuring her alluring artwork, are sold at Target, Macy’s, Urban Outfitters, Nordstrom, as well as other major retailers and smaller specialty shops. Originally from St. Petersburg, Russia, and classically trained at the St. Petersburg Academy of Art Lyceum and subsequently at Cooper Union in New York City, she now lives and works in Manhattan. Razzle-Dazzle Ruby is her first book. Vist her at www.masha.com .


Thank you to the Scholastic, we've got two copies to GIVEAWAY!!!


To enter, please fill out the form below:

* If you are under 13 yrs of age, you do need to have your parent's/guardian's permission before entering * 1 entry per person
* Open to residents of the US
* This giveaway ends on November 1st, 2011

Giveaway Winners!

CONGRATULATIONS to the following winners:

#18- Stephanie M

#2- Kristen
#3- Booklady

#2- Anne U
#7- Kaya H
#11- Gayahtri
#9- Beth R
#15- Justine W

#14- Melissa Clark
#22- Nancy D

Congratulations to all of our winners! All winners have been notified via email.
I would be most content if my children grew up to be the kind of people who think decorating consists mostly of building enough bookshelves. ~ Anna Quindlen

Good children's literature appeals not only to
the child in the adult, but to the adult in the child.
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