Picture Book Month – Win a copy of Ganesha’s Sweet Tooth

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**This giveaway is now closed. It was won by No. 55, Rainie Bish**

Throughout Picture Book Month I’ll be giving away lots of wonderful picture books, co-inciding with the topics for each day. Today’s topic is Elephants and here’s what you could win:

Ganesha’s Sweet Tooth by Sanja Patel and Emilay Haynes

Yes, I have one copy of Ganesha’s Sweet Tooth to giveaway to a lucky reader. This bold and vivid picture book is loosely based on the tale of how Ganesha, a Hindu deity with an Elephant head, came to write the Mahabharata. The illustrations are fresh and stylish at the same time as echoing traditional Indian art, and the story involves sweets (candy) and magic; I think it will appeal to lots of young readers and listeners.

  • The giveaway is open worldwide.
  • To enter, simply leave a comment on this blog post.
  • For extra entries you can:
      (1) Tweet about this giveaway, perhaps using this text:
      Thx to @playbythebook and @ACKidsUK stylish picturebook giveaway here http://www.playingbythebook.net/?p=22207 esp goods for fans of elephants #PictureBookMonth
      (2) Share this giveaway on your Facebook page or blog

    You must leave a separate comment for each entry for them to count.

  • The winner will be chosen at random using random.org.
  • The giveaway is open for one week, and closes on Sunday 18th November 6am UK time. As I am doing lots of giveaways this month, I will not post the winner on the blog, but will contact the winner via email. If I do not hear back from the winner within one week of emailing them, I will re-draw a winner.

  • Good luck!

    My thanks go to the publishers, Chronicle Books, for providing a copy of this book for this giveaway.

    **This giveaway is now closed. It was won by No. 55, Rainie Bish**

    58 Responses

    1. Sarah Dennis

      Our daughter, Molly (4.5 years old), has loved Ganesha for the last 2 years since learning about the story at the Art Institute in Chicago. Thanks for hosting a raffle!

    2. Florence Gillespie

      Thank you for your wonderful posts!

      I am entering this contest because I recently discussed the travesty of poaching of elephant tusks with my high school classes. All were horrified by the recent news of poaching practices in Africa.
      I am hoping that Secretary Clinton’s new initiative for curtailing poaching is not too late.


    3. Samantha Spake

      The illustrations on this book look gorgeus. We are collecting books with stories from around the world for the girls, to inspire them to draw and dream about going places.

    4. Mary Preston

      A wonderful way to introduce children to new cultures & learning. I’d be very happy to learn something new too. The illustration made me smile. It’s very colorful & beautiful.

    5. Katherine Aitken

      This looks a lovely book for sharing. Thanks for giving the opportunity to win a copy.

    6. Sally-Jayne

      This looks like a gorgeous book and a great way to introduce another culture to young children. I would love to use this in schools.

    7. Melissa Marsted

      Lucky Penny Press would be willing to donate one of our children’s picture eBooks, an audio recording or an iBook that includes the audio for use on an iPhone or iPad during this month if you would like to contact me. Thanks, Melissa, Founder/Publisher, Lucky Penny Press

    8. Ali

      What a wonderful looking book! Working with schools in North and East London, I’m always delighted to find books reflecting the diverse cultures in the schools. I’ve tweeted this giveaway and posted a link to Facebook.
      Ali recently posted..Writers and writing

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