Friday, October 6, 2017

HERO DOG! (Hilde Cracks the Case #1) By Hilde Lysiak & Matthew Lysiak / Giveaway #HeroDog

Happy Friday! We're so thrilled to team up with Scholastic to celebrate the newest book in their Branches series, HERO DOG! by Hilde & Matthew Lysiak. HERO DOG! is the first in the Hilde Cracks the Case Series. Today, 1 lucky reader will win a copy of this book. Before you enter to win, you can learn more about this new release, as well as the Branches series, below. 


ByHilde Lysiak, with Matthew Lysiak
Illustrated by: Joanne Lew-Vriethoff
Published by: Scholastic Branches
Released onSeptember 12, 2017
SeriesHilde Cracks the Case #1
Purchase from: Scholastic | Amazon | B&N
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There's been a break-in on Orange Street! Cupcakes have been stolen, and
soon a pie goes missing, too. Hilde and her sister/photographer, Izzy, must
interview witnesses and follow the clues. Can Hilde crack the case in time
to post her news story online?


"Hilde Cracks the Case" Series

Real-life super-sleuth and media sensation Hilde Lysiak's reporting skills
are put to the test in this fun early chapter book mystery series! Ten-year
old crime reporter Hilde Lysiak is starring in her very own early chapter
book series - inspired by news stories Hilde wrote in real life! Joanne
Lew-Vriethoff's personality-filled illustrations appear on every page,
bringing Hilde's adventures to life for young readers!


Scholastic's early chapter book line Branches is aimed at newly independent
readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots,
and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence
and stamina. Branches books help readers grow!


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Thank you to Scholastic, one (1) winner will receive a copy of Hero Dog!

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