Australia Remembers #BookGiveaway

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🇦🇺 Australia Remembers #BookGiveaway 🇦🇺

To commemorate the significance of Remembrance Day – the day World War 1 ended on the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918 – we are giving you a chance to WIN a copy of this stunning resource for your home or school!

All you need to do is tell us, ‘Why would you like to WIN Australia Remembers for your school or home?’

*Open to Australian residents only. To enter, comment on this post or on social media. Winner will be notified via email and/or Facebook and will be required to provide an Australian postal address. Prize courtesy of Allison Paterson and Big Sky Publishing.

Enter as many times as you like. Winner will be selected at random. No further correspondence will be entered into.

Closes midnight AEST Sunday November 11, 2018.

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13 thoughts on “Australia Remembers #BookGiveaway

  1. Anne Donnelly says:

    I would like to win a copy to give away to my son’s class. I already have one for home so I know it is an excellent book! Hits the exact target audience, book set up keeps reading interesting and activities at the end – perfect!

  2. Julie Ruff says:

    Iā€™d love to win this book to read to my young grandchildren. I know it would be a perfect choice for them to become aware of our past and hopefully learn from it for the future of world peace. I have read other books written by Allison Paterson & I know she is a great researcher and superb writer.

    • Just Write For Kids says:

      We completely agree! Allison is an amazing writer and presenter and knows exactly how to engage young children. Thanks for your comment, Julie! Good luck! šŸ™‚

  3. Norah says:

    I would like to win a copy of this book for my grandchildren. Many of their ancestors served in the First and others in the Second World War. I think this book would provide them with a deep understanding of an appreciation for the sacrifices that were made to enable us to have the lifestyle which we enjoy so much today.

  4. gibbscalder says:

    Memories are the cornerstone of our lives. Remembering Anzac Day and the reasons our brave soldiers fought for Australia is why I would like to win a copy of this book. Reading aloud to my grandchildren makes the journey even better. And the poppies and rosemary are so symbolic too.Thanks Allison for enriching our lives through the past and into the future.

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