vocabulary building chapter book, Tilda Pinkerton's Magical Hats

Chapter Book to Build Vocabulary GIVEAWAY

There is something magical about this chapter book. Even though the characters are fairly static, I still liked it and doesn’t happen very often. Usually when I get a book about a concept — in this case, karma and change — the story doesn’t stand on its own, it’s so weighted down by The Big Message.

In case, the message of change via a magical hat (that could also be karma) is encased with other delightful elements:

  • Magical hats that help each character find their inner happiness.
  • Illustrations that you are encouraged to color in (assuming its your book and not from the library)!
  • A story that magically builds vocabulary!
  • Crazy made up vocabulary words that do not exist in the Dictionary are also used. (Look for those. They’re fun!).
  • An extensive glossary in the back of the chapter book to recap all that great vocabulary learning!

Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hats by Angela Shelton

vocabulary building chapter book, Tilda Pinkerton's Magical Hats

I’m giving away a copy Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hats so your child can color in the illustrations. ‘Cause that is much more fun that checking it out from the library!

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p.s. I’m part of the Virtual Authors Blog Tour. If you want to read other reviews or get other chances to win the chapter book, please go here. Most of us are doing giveaways!

Angela Sheldon, Tilda Pinkerton's Magic Hats

Angela Shelton is an author, actor, blogger and public speaker. She has been writing since she was eight years old. Her first novel was adapted into the movie Tumbleweeds. Angela won a regional Emmy award for her portrayal of Safe Side Superchick in The Safe Side video series created by Baby Einstein’s Julie Clark and America’s Most Wanted’s John Walsh. After living in Los Angeles for over a decade, Angela left the big city for a one-light country town to marry her first love and fulfill her dream of writing books in a barn house.

Find out how Angela has incorporated the character of Tilda Pinkerton into an entire line of book projects, each geared towards a different age group at  www.MagicHatShop.com

To examine Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hats more closely at Amazon, please click on image of book.

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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

32 Comments

  1. We always love finding new chapter books and one with some sort of magical aspect is sure to be a hit.
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  2. Nadine

    this would make a great read-aloud for my 6year old. thanks!

  3. I’d wish for a Steampunk Top Hat (or just a Top Hat) that is authentic. 🙂

  4. Valerie

    I would wish for a zen hat to use when I get stressed.

  5. Kim B

    I would wish for any hat that looks good on me; I look goofy in hats!

  6. Hmmmm. I would wish for a hat of Invisibility (like Annabeth’s in the Rick Riordan series Percy Jackson) Just think of what could be accomplished by stealth! Thanks for the chance to win! Book sounds fantastic!
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  7. Erin

    I have a great enrichment activity to do with hats that I use when I start the year of in art. Once my computer returns (it has a virus) I will look it up in my files and send it your way. It would be fabulous to use with this absolutely fabulous sounding book! Thanks for sharing!!!! Oh…and the activity doesn’t have to only be used at school. It would be great fun for family night!

  8. Definitely would want the aviator’s hat because I have always wanted to fly!
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  9. Thanks for taking part in the tour. I’m so glad you enjoyed Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hats so much!

  10. Tanya

    I would wish for a magic time hat —-one that could suspend those magical moments with our girls! Anyone else think school is coming again just a wee bit too soon?

  11. I’m in it to win it! Maybe more for me than the little ones but I’m a sucker for books that teach while they fascinate.
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  12. Debra Carter

    I would wish for a time travel/time turner hat….. the thought of being able to go back or forward in time has always intrigued me!

  13. Christy

    What kind of hat would I wish for? I’d wish for an old fashioned beaver fur top hat. The book sounds interesting. I’m always looking for good books to teach vocabulary.
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  14. Asianmommy

    I would want a magical musical hat, which played whatever kind of music which matched my mood.
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  15. cristy

    I want an anti-procrastination hat!

  16. Stephanie G

    I would wish for a magical hat that would allow me to spend more time with family.

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