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IMAGINE yourself WINNING Cloud Conductor!
Here’s how to get your head in the clouds and a chance to WIN a hardback copy of this enlightening picture book by Kellie Byrnes and Ann-Marie Finn!
To enter, simply tell us what you see in the clouds!
*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. Prizes courtesy of Kellie Byrnes and Wombat Books.
Enter as many times as you like. Winner will be selected based on skill and creativity. No further correspondence will be entered into.
Closes midnight AEST Friday June 15, 2018.
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25 thoughts to “Cloudy with a Chance of WINNING Cloud Conductor!”
I see shifting worlds of light and movement, of fleeting characters, all painted on the sky in a moving panorama of possibilities.
So lovely! Thanks, Janeen! 🙂 x
What do I see in the clouds? I see stories yet to be imagined, an ever changing sky full of illustrations emerging at the whim of the wind. That’s what I see in the clouds.
Sounds so dreamy! Thanks, Penelope! 🙂 x
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I usually just see rain but yesterday my Granddaughter saw a unicorn and a princess. The princess turned into a fairy and flew to the castle. Then I could see it too! My granddaughter is giving me back my imagination.
Sounds so lovely! Thanks Veronica! 🙂
I see imagined lands and imagined creatures just waiting for me to capture them before they morph into something more amazing or a re-imagined thing from an ordinary world. This is what I see in the clouds.
Wow! I can just imagine it! Amazing! Thanks, Megan! 🙂
Today I see a sea-dragon. No, wait – a helicopter! No, wait – an alligator’s choppers…
Haha! That happens with clouds! Love it! Thanks, Debra! 🙂
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Mountains moving as warriors on the warpath – they are harbingers of wild and woolly weather that then herald rainbows and ribbons on a sun streaked sky.
Wow! Sounds beautiful! Thanks Louise! 🙂
I see a whale blowing bubbles
I see a whale blowing bubbles and kisses dreaming…
How cute! Thanks Vicky! 🙂
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I see anything’s possible if you open your eyes and heart.
Lovely sentiment, Maura! So true. Thanks for your comment! 🙂
I see a reminder of how everything changes, changes – blue skies become dark and full of much-needed rain, then clear and let the sun through to light up polished, coloured leaves, and our hearts.
Love this! Thanks Michelle! 🙂
The Clouds represent my imagination, changing shape and form as my feelings change, they give me hope that they will carry me away to a world of fantasy and fun and therefore keep me young at heart.
Wonderfully written, Jacqui! 🙂