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GIVEAWAY: Frankie Pickle and the Closet of Doom

There is STILL time to enter my giveaway: Frankie Pickle and the Closet of Doom, by Eric Wight. Wight has written a series of books about Frankie
Pickle, a “kid with the world’s most amazing imagination!” As you can
imagine, Frankie’s imagination leads him to adventure and trouble, it’s
HILARIOUS!


I am giving a way a signed copy of Frankie Pickle and the Closet of Doom! I’m Frankie’s (and Eric Wight’s) newest fan and I think you will enjoy him as much as do and here’s why:

  • It’s hilarious
  • Likeable characters
  • easy to read
  • BONUS: it’s part graphic novel!

Who doesn’t love graphic novels?

So, speaking of graphic novels, here’s how to get in on the goodies:

  • Comment on this blog. 1 comment = 5 points
  • Comment on any of my other blogs. 1 comment = 3 points
  • Follow me on Twitter = 1 point
  • Friend me on BlogFrog or any other way you can find me (I’m all over the place) = 10 points
  • Share your fave book blog for an additional 5 points

**Be sure your comments include the name of a graphic novel or children’s book you enjoy and why cuz I’m always looking for new stuff to read.**

There is no limit to the number of times you can enter. Show me lots of love and I’ll love you back!

(Professional sounding voice) Contest closes December 10th 2010, void where prohibited.

THANKS for stopping by. I hope you win!

You can't stay in your corner of the forest, waiting for others to come to you; you have to go to them sometimes. ~Winnie the Pooh

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