Ten Little Night Stars Giveaway!

Ten Little Night Stars Giveaway!

Do you have little ones who love to read and cuddle? Then my new book, Ten Little Night Stars, is the perfect story for them. To celebrate my upcoming release, I’m giving away a copy (with a signed author card) to 5 lovely readers!

About the Book

Ten Little Night Stars is a sweet bedtime counting book perfect for the youngest readers. One by one the stars come out in the night sky as cute and cuddly animals go through their bedtime routines. This board book encourages children to turn the page with interactive and engaging rhyme as it takes them through bath time, story time, and prayer time until they’re ready for sleep. Ten Little Night Stars is the perfect bedtime story for parents and children alike.

About the Author

The great-great-grand-niece of Johnny Gruelle, the creator of Raggedy Ann and Andy, I loved entering the wonder of children’s stories. One of my most fulfilling roles in life has been to be a mom and raise three children to adulthood. I’ve been certified as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) to help children in foster care navigate the court system, have volunteered at women and children’s shelters and coached with Habitat for Humanity. I also enjoys indoor skydiving, snorkeling, and counting stars.

About the Giveaway

The Ten Little Night Stars giveaway will run from January 10, 2018, until midnight of the release date on January 23, 2018. Entries will be recorded through Rafflecopter. There are several opportunities to earn entries from Tweeting about the giveaway to signing up for my newsletter. Be sure to tell your friends with little ones about this giveaway too! I am so thrilled to share this book with you. To enter, click on the link below!

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4 thoughts on “Ten Little Night Stars Giveaway!

  1. Oh, how fun! What a great giveaway, Deb! I think I would probably give this book to my friend Erin. She just found out today that she is expecting her second little one!

  2. I’d love to read this to my little girl. She’s only 14 months but already becoming quite a bookworm.

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