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*A Cry From Egypt* {Book Giveaway!}



If you're like me, I am always on the lookout for great books for my children to read.  Our home is filled with books, but I don't want them to be just any books and I'm picky about what I buy (and what I allow them to check out from the library).

A few months ago I had the opportunity to review a pre-release of a book by a young new author.  I read A Cry From Egypt (published by Raising Real Men) with my children (ages 10 and almost-8) and they loved it!  It was definitely a hit with our family.  Click here to read my review of this book.

This book has just officially been released and you can now purchase this book immediately for $12.50 by going directly to the website.  When you order from the website you'll also receive a free mp3 copy of Hope Auer's popular workshop, How to Write Your Own Book--A Homeschooler's Journey to Becoming an Author.

However, I have been given the opportunity to give away a signed copy!

If you are interested in winning A Cry From Egypt, please leave a comment with your name and your favorite family read-aloud.  {If you are not a blogger, please leave an email address where you can be contacted}.

For extra entries:

  1.  "like Hope's Facebook page--Hopeful Stories
  2.  follow her on Twitter  
  3. "like" Raising Real Men's Facebook page
  4. "follow" them on Twitter  
**Just leave an extra comment for each action letting me know when you've done that.**    

I will announce the winner next Wednesday, May 15th.

**Update 5/16/2013**  This giveaway is now over and comments have been closed.

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Comments

Jennifer said…
Thomas Family! Our two favorites that we read daily are The Jesus Storybook Bible and The Story....but we are currently reading Peter Pan together...we just love reading! :) This looks awesome and goes right along with what we will be starting in the fall!
Lisa C. said…
The Childers' Family LOVES give-a-ways! Thanks for the chance to win!

We really enjoyed reading "The Family Under the Bridge" at Christmas time! Honestly, I don't know if we have a favorite - we like them all! Right now we are reading "On the Banks of Plum Creek" by Laura Ingalls Wilder, and everyone is really enjoying it!

Our email is clchilders33@hotmail.com.
Our Little Man is not quite into chapter books yet, so we're still into picture books for family reads. All of the Berenstain Bears books are a big hit around here!
I also liked the Raising Real Men FB page, too!

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