Friday, November 7, 2014

#FreeBookFriday: IMMI'S GIFT by Karin Littlewood

It's difficult to think of November without thinking of Thanksgiving. Here at Peachtree, we have a lot to be thankful for.

We're thankful for the privilege to work with incredible authors and illustrators. We're thankful for the amazing teachers, librarians, and parents who inspire us. We're thankful for the insightful bloggers and reviewers who keep us on our toes and help get the word out about our authors' work.

And we're thankful to do the best job on Earth: creating books for children.

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, this month's #FreeBookFriday selection is a soft story of wintry nights and the little acts that connect us. Enter below for your chance to win a copy!


Immi's Gift is a simple, affecting story of how individuals around the world connect and even enrich each other’s lives. 

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12 comments:

  1. My aunts and uncles all pitched in so that my mom could afford to send me on a class trip to France and Germany when I was in high school. Traveling abroad really changed me and gave me a sense of the overwhelming size of our planet, a glimpse at the complexity of culture, and an idea of how we are all connected as Earthlings. I am working on starting a non-profit now that will include field trips for children who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford travel. Thanks for this chance to win!

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  2. The best gift I have ever received is my family. They are with me through everything. I have 2 wonderful parents, a great husband who has been with me through many ups and downs, and 2 great kids who may drive me crazy at times I wouldn't give them up for the world. Thanks for the chance.
    mhorman@north-cedarstu.org

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  3. Definitely my daughter.

    Gloria

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  4. The greatest gift I've been given is my husband of 38 years!

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  5. The best gift I ever received is my family
    Merry

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  6. The best gift I ever received is a hand carved wooden name plate from my hubby when we were dating.

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  7. Celebrate the gift of diversity! Immi's Gift sounds like a book I must have. ~Suzy Leopold sleopold@gmail.com

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  8. definitely that would be my family

    Roy

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  9. My best gift is my family. It's truly the gift that keeps on giving.

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  10. the gift of friendship is one of the most valuable things I have

    Twila

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  11. Congratulations to Amy N.! You've won our November #FreeBookFriday giveaway.

    Thanks to all who entered--don't forget to check back on December 5 for next month's chance to win :)

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