Friday, July 25, 2014

#FreeBookFriday Pig and Small by Alex Latimer

Hi friends!

We're pretty big fans of books. We're even bigger fans of FREE books. We also like Fridays. And since we don't have anything against alliteration either, we thought: "Say, why don't we institute Free Book Fridays?"

And then, since one-sided conversations are boring and because if there isn't a hashtag, it isn't a thing, we replied, "Make it #FreeBookFridays, and you've got yourself a deal."

Then we shook hands with ourself rather awkwardly. Which made us contemplate other awkward friendships, and suddenly we knew the perfect book for our very first #FreeBookFriday.


With droll humor and fresh illustrations, Alex Latimer—author/illustrator of The Boy Who Cried Ninja and Lion vs. Rabbit—spins a delightfully quirky yarn about making friends and embracing differences in PIG AND SMALL.

Enter to win your copy below!





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22 comments:

  1. I like books and free books and Fridays and hashtags, too! Plus your post made me laugh. That's why I should win.

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  2. Free the pigs! Wait - I mean, free the books! Thanks Peachtree.

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  3. Such a catchy title that already has me hooked! ~Suzy Leopold

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  4. Because I'm THE Penniless Teacher at www.PennilessTeacher.com :-) and I'm sharing with all Penniless Teacher readers.

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  5. I'd like to give this to our school library, so our teachers can use it as a resource when teaching the concept that it's cool we are all different.

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  6. I would love to win because I enjoy reading books to my son. It sounds like a wonderful book to share at story time at my son's school.

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  7. I would love to win this and read it to my 4th graders! I have a very diverse school, and any chance to talk about differences positively is a plus! courtmschaffer@gmail.com

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  8. I deserve to win because I teach kindergarteners to read and would love a free book to build my classroom library to offset the money I pay to buy books for my classroom. Thanks!

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  10. As a kindergarten teacher, I have built a classroom library that surpasses our school library. Whenever anyone is looking for a book, they come to me before they go to our media specialist. I send a book home each week for my kinder-bears to read with their families because, as a rule, school library books don't go home with kindergarten children. I would love to win Pig and Small because it IS a difficult concept for my littles to understand, and because I love to hear them giggle as they become part of a book.

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  11. I use lots of books with my elementary art students as "Art Starters" to give them ideas to create on a theme.

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  12. As a new kindergarten teacher, I am trying to build my classroom library with quality children's literature so my kinder-bears have plenty of options to choose from. I want my little ones to enjoy reading as much as I do, and Pig and Small is the perfect book to get them excited about reading. I would love to win this book so that my Blue Bears can hear it read, and "read" it themselves.

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  13. I deserve to win because I have grandchildren who would love this. :)

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  14. I think this would be a great addition to the classroom to promote acceptance of others. I love books!

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  15. I would LOVE to win this book! My kids practically eat up books, they love to read so much! I am a homeschooling mama of 5 kiddos - 3 are readers and 2 are in-training! :)

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  16. I don't know as I deserve to win, but I do know our school students would absolutely love this book

    Gloria

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  17. As a teacher I am always looking for books to place in our school library. This book will fit nicely in our library.

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  18. Thank you for supporting teachers!!! I would love to add this beautiful book to my classroom library and just know my students would enjoy reading it!!

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  19. Congratulations to Antoinette! You've been randomly selected to win an advance copy of PIG AND SMALL!

    Thanks so much to everyone for participating. PIG AND SMALL will be on shelves September 1, 2014 at your local bookstore.

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  20. Hip, hip, hooray for Antoinette! ~Suzy Leopold

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