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Share your story for your CHANCE to WIN!
The Wind and the Mouse and The Mouse and the Egg are sweet, fun and gentle sensory friendly stories of Mouse and her growth in independence and resilience, shared in both picture book and animated video formats. For your CHANCE to WIN a copy of BOTH of these adorable picture books by Michelle Worthington and Adyna Ferre, all you need to do is let us know who you would love to share these stories with, and why. Special thanks to Daisy Lane Publishing for providing this amazing prize! 🙂
All you need to do is fill in the form below to go in the draw.
The Wind and the Mouse AND The Mouse and the Egg #BookGiveaway Entry Form
*Open to Australian residents only. To enter, fill out the form below. Winners will be notified via email and/or Facebook and will be required to provide an Australian postal address. Prize courtesy of Daisy Lane Publishing.
Winning entrant will be selected at random. No further correspondence will be entered into. Winner must reply within 7 days for the prize to remain valid, otherwise prize will be forfeited. By entering, you agree to be signed up to the complimentary Just Write For Kids Australia mailing list. You may unsubscribe at any time.
Closes midnight AEDST Sunday March 7, 2021.
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The Wind and the Mouse is available for purchase at Daisy Lane Publishing| Booktopia
The Mouse and the Egg is available for purchase at Daisy Lane Publishing | Booktopia
Join us on a friendly journey as we take Michelle Worthington and her gentle picture books, The Wind and the Mouse and The Mouse and the Egg on tour, appearing at the following media sources.
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2 thoughts on “Share Your Story for a Chance to WIN the Mouse Books!”
I would love to read The Mouse and the Egg and The Wind and the Mouse with our 5 granchildren. I’m sure that they would enjoy reading about the mouse as she develops the ability to cope and bounce back, as much as I would enjoy reading it to them.
Terrific! Thanks, Jan! Good luck! 🙂