September is International Literacy month. In honor of promoting literacy everywhere through Mission Giveaway I am able to share this opportunity to win Usborne Books & More’s “First reading Boxed Set,” which is a $60 value. Establishing good reading habits early can help put your child on the right track for future success.
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Since having grandchildren Colleen became enthralled with Children’s Books especially ones that keep a child’s attention and can hold up with repeated use. When she was introduced to Usborne Books, Colleen decided to become an Independent Consultant for Usborne and Kane Miller books. She loves bringing quality books to kids of all ages and believes Usborne & Kane Miller Books have the best selection of non-fiction books for children, on the market.
30 years ago Peter Usborne pioneered a new generation of books that have proven it is possible to create books that compete with the vast media that attracts children today. From activity book and neat fiction series, to internet-linked science and history encyclopedias, Usborne does books better.
Kane Miller books come from all over the world to bring a different feel, culture, or a silly story that kids everywhere can enjoy. Fantastic fiction series make Kane Miller a wonderful choice for the young readers in your life.
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The Usborne Very First Reading ($70 ARV) is an exciting series for children who are just starting to learn to read. The 15 book boxed set includes a helpful parents’ guide. Online resources are available at veryfirstreading.com.
Very First Reading is designed to bring children up to the level at which they can tackle stories in Usborne First Reading (Level One), which is part of the best selling Usborne Reading Program.
The First Reading boxed set contains 10 books including Levels 1 through 4, plus a Parent’s Guide to assist with helping your child learn to read. Using the included Parent’s Guide, you will help your reader build confidence with books that progressively introduce new vocabulary, verb tenses, comparatives, superlatives, and more.
Level One titles are designed to be the first real books a beginner will tackle with support from a parent or teacher. Level Two titles stretch the reader a little more, with more advanced story lines, more text and more complicated sentence structure and vocabulary. Level Three titles encourage the reader to develop reading stamina. And Level Four titles build readers’ stamina still further and have 48 pages entirely devoted to the story.
Here’s How You Enter:
The Giveaway will open up on Tuesday 9/11 at 12:01 am EST and Close on Friday 9/14 at 11:59 pm EST.
1) Start at the Rafflecopter Giveaway form.
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2) Complete the Mandatory entries.
3) Work your way through the links, entering contests at each blog as you go. These contests each have their own rules and end dates.
4) Complete additional entries towards the bottom and come back for additional daily entries! That’s it! You have successfully entered this awesome giveaway!
Side note…It’s not mandatory that you enter all the giveaways at each blog. However, doing so not only increases your chances of WINNING the other prizes, it increases your chances of WINNING the Grand Prize!
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