Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Simon & Schuster's Little Green book series & giveaway! CLOSED

June is here and that means that school is almost done. What a great year my son had in pre-k. He'll be moving up to kindergarten in the fall into a new school. Even though there won't be any daily homework assignments to do, we still like to give our son some work to keep him interested and constantly learning. One of the things we will be working on heavily with him is reading. So when I came across Simon & Schuster's  Little Green Books series, I was thrilled.
This is a new eco-friendly series that is devoted to teaching children about going green. There is a book about recycling, saving our oceans and gardening. These books are beautifully illustrated and written. My son received 4 of the books and we enjoyed reading them all. His favorite was The Adventures of a Plastic Bottle. Its a unique way of telling the "life" of a plastic bottle. The diary is from the bottle's perspective and offers such detail of its journey to recycling.
I highly recommend these series to anyone who has children! These books are colorful, easy to read & not only tell a story but teaches an important lesson. We need to take care of our world and it needs to start now. When you head over to Little Green Books website there are some great activities & games for you to do with your children that will enhance what they have read. Go green!
Giveaway
2 lucky readers will each win a set of 4 Little Green books to add to their personal library!
Each winner will receive the following books:
This Is Our World

Easy to be Green


The Adventures of a Plastic Bottle


I Can Save the Earth


Mandatory Entry
Tell us how you are teaching your child to be green

Extra Entries 
(these are to be completed only after the mandatory entry has been done.)
1. Follow BoyzRuleOurWorld via Google Friend Connect (2 entries)

2. Follow BoyzRuleOurWorld on Facebook (1 entry)

3. Follow BoyzRuleOurWorld on Twitter (1 entry)

4. Tweet about this giveaway by copying & pasting the tweet below and  leaving me the link.
WIN 4 Books From Little Green Books @BoyzRuleOurWrld – http://tinyurl.com/6zjvk5b #giveaway
(Tweet daily for 1 entry per day)



*Please leave a separate comment for each entry with your email address**

Two winners will be selected using Random.org on 11:59pm Tuesday, June 21, 2011. (U.S./Canada Entries only.) If I am unable to reach the winnerswithin 48 hours,  alternate winner will be selected. Your entry is only valid if you include a way for me to contact you (either an email address in your comment or on your profile). 

Disclosure: BoyzRuleOurWorld was given a set of 4 books for review purposes. I have received no compensation from it and all opinions and experiences within this review are my own.
 Thank you to Simon & Schuster for sponsoring this giveaway.





62 comments:

Carolyn said...

We are teaching our kids to be green by teaching them not to waste water and electricity. Jimk75@gmail.com

Carolyn said...

I follow you on FB.

Carolyn said...

I follow you on Twitter (@Carly67)

The Krazy Coupon Queen said...

I teach children how to not litter and how to use reusable bags! sweetansour15@gmail.com

The Krazy Coupon Queen said...

I follow you on Facebook

The Krazy Coupon Queen said...

I follow you on Twitter! @TKCQ

The Krazy Coupon Queen said...

I tweeted giveaway! Im not sure how to send you link! @TKCQ

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The Krazy Coupon Queen said...

Follow you via GFC! @The Krazy Coupon Queen

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The Krazy Coupon Queen said...

Follow you via GFC! @The Krazy Coupon Queen

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Marlee said...

Found you at the Friday Blog Hop, and am glad I did. Am a happy new follower :).

http://marleeindebt.blogspot.com/

LisaWeidknecht said...

We always turn off lights when we leave a room.

LisaWeidknecht said...

I follow via gfc

LisaWeidknecht said...

I'm a new gfc follower.

LisaWeidknecht said...

I like you on Facebook.

Chef in Training said...

Hi! I am visiting from the hop! I am your newest follower and would love it if you would follow me back! My most recent blog post explains how if blogger follow button is down! thanks so much!
-Nikki
http://chef-n-training.blogspot.com/

Kerri said...

I am teaching my children to be green by showing them how to recycle, turn off the lights, and conserve water.

Kerri said...

I follow you on GFC

Kerri said...

I follow you on GFC entry 2

Kerri said...

I follow you on Twitter

Kerri said...

I follow you on Facebook

mindy25414 said...

I am teaching my children about living green by using natural cleaners, recycling, and we do a compost pile.
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mindy25414 said...

I follow via GFC mindy25414
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polly said...

when my little grandson comes over i have him put the newspapers in the recycling bin.
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polly said...

follow gfc#1
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polly said...

follow gfc#2
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DonnaZ said...

We teach our children to recycle, respect the earth, and use less and thus create less waste. We also upcycle.

DonnaZ said...

Like you on FB.

David said...

We homeschool our children and teach them to recycle, and conserve. I would love to read these books to them for even more ideas!

dvdgossett915@gmail.com

David said...

Followed you on Facebook :)

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David said...

Followed you on GFC entry one

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David said...

Followed you of GFC entry 2

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David said...

I followed you on Twitter :)

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Andie said...

One way we teach our kids to be more green by using cloth diapers instead of disposable, and a HE washer
Snugglybugs@ gmail.com

Running, Loving, Living said...

I am teaching my child to be green by not wasting toilet paper, she is potty training and seems to think we have unlimited amounts of toilet paper!

Running, Loving, Living said...

I follow you on GFC #1

Running, Loving, Living said...

I follow you on GFC # 2

Running, Loving, Living said...

I followmyou on face book. (Toni church)

christina said...

We are teaching them to be green by recycling...

christina said...

I follow you on Fb

christina said...

I follow you on twitter

christina said...

I follow you on Google connect

Melinda said...

I've taught them to recycle and not waste water.

Melinda said...

I'm following you through GFC #1

Melinda said...

Following you through GFC #2

Melinda said...

Follow you on Twitter.

Amanda said...

We are actively teaching both our children 2 recycle & about cleaning up litter! Our 6yr. old calls people "LitterBugs"!

Amanda said...

I'm following via GFC: Amanda Hall! prhmangel@gmail.com

Amanda said...

I "like" u on FB! Amanda Parham-Hall prhmangel@gmail.com

Amanda said...

I follow u on Twitter as AngelasaDevil! prhmangel@gmail.com

Amanda said...

This is my #2 entry 4 following through GFC! prhmangel@gmail.com

Michelle said...

I follow you on GFC

Michelle said...

I follow you on Facebook!

Michelle said...

I just followed you on Twitter!

Michelle said...

http://twitter.com/#!/MichellesCharmW/status/83365307594444800

There is my tweet

Michelle said...

I teach my children to be green by growing our own veggies! Hope to grow our own fruit trees soon too!!

Michelle said...

I also posted this on my Facebook Page:
http://www.facebook.com/ShopMichellesCharmWorld

Back in Billings with Babies said...

Follow you on Facebook. I am teaching my children (both under 3) to be green by recycling and growing plants. They help me water the garden every day ... and play in our rain barrels. ;)

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