Kid LIt Giveway Hop

Back to School Kid Lit Giveaway Hop

I’m excited to be participating in the Kid Lit Giveaway Hop again!  Mother Daughter Book Reviews and Youth Literature Reviews are again the hosts — the last one was in May — and we think it’s a great way to start the school year off with each of us giving away children’s books! We hope it will get kids excited to read this year!

Back to School Kid Lit Giveaway Hop

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Kid Lit Giveaway Hop

The Girl with a Brave Heart: A Tale from Tehran by Rita Jahanforuz is a retold multicultural Cinderella story.

Patchwork Helps a Friend by Gail Greiner, illustrated by Jacqueline Schmidt is a lovely picture book for back to school about being a good friend.

The Remarkable Ronald Reagan: Cowboy and Commander in Chief by Susan Allen, illustrated by Leslie Harrington

I have a review here.

The Magic Poof by Stephen Hodges is a wonderful multicultural book embracing uncontrollable hair that turns out to be her best friend.

I’m going to be focusing on multicultural books for kids this upcoming year so I’ve included a one in my giveaway. I also have a Multicultural Books for Kids Pinterest board.

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To win books at each blog stop, please see the linky. You can enter at each stop!

Kid LIt Giveway Hop

By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom


  1. I would love to share The Girl with a Brave Heart with my readers.

  2. We are working on numbers & letters, so any books that make that fun would be on our reading list this fall!
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  3. We love multicultural books here, and biographies as well.
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  4. Hurrahh Mia, wonderful short stack of books there, wish we lived on the right continent to enter, lol
    Thanks for a great giveaway and joining us on the hop.
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  5. Dianne

    I love anything that is going to teach my daughter about diversity and other cultures.

  6. Jenny Stanek

    We have been reading all the Junie B. Jones books and I’d love for us to finish them!

    • Hi Jenny,
      We love the Junie B. Jones series too. I think I read nearly all of them, some of them snort laughing so much that I could barely breathe. Did you read Junie B Jones is a Barber Shop Guy? That is my favorite! I know that some moms object to Junie B because she’s fresh and that her language is not grammatically correct, but OMG, those books are funny! Thanks for entering!
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  7. bn100

    whatever they find at the library

  8. I really want to read that Ronald Reagan book! I’ve been hearing great things about it!

    Thanks for being part of the giveaway hop! I want to invite you to participate in Booknificent Thursday, my all-things book-related link-up party every Thursday at anytime you have a chance! We’d love to have you join our little reading community!
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  9. Kathy Davis

    I want my granddaughter to read all the Patricia Polacco books.

  10. Leslie Nakagawa

    I am always looking for new books to share with my class!

  11. Ann

    Wow, a whole stack of books! I love Cinderella stories and the patchwork bears look adorable. Thanks for the chance!
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  12. Linda Bradshaw

    My daughter is reading the Little House series.

  13. Valerie Rhodes

    My son is reading Treasure Hunters by James Patterson.. loves it so far. 😉

  14. Kristina Belcher

    We like multicultural books as well as books that confirm good values and educational ones and some good clean fun mixed in lol.

  15. Erika Rhodes

    My daughter just got Grape Bubblegum so far she’s adoring it.. books in that scope work great for her. Thanks for the giveaway.

  16. Renee @ Mother Daughter Book Reviews

    The Magic Poof looks so great! Thanks so much for joining our Giveaway Hop. Hope you had a nice summer! 🙂
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  17. Daniel M

    they get whatever looks interesting at the library

  18. Georgia Beckman

    This year, I’m hoping my older kids will find their “genre”, what it is they really LOVE to read. We’ve picked up a few different ones & hopefully we’re on our way.

  19. Susan Smith

    I like them to read anything they find interesting.

  20. Karen Propes

    Books about manners, treating others well and exciting books about animals, people and history.

  21. Andrea Amy

    well i have one in kindergarten and one in grade one, so i just hope they read anything and i am really hoping they make my 16 year old read some shakespeare. not to be mean, but because i love shakespeare and i hope he does too.

  22. Christina Graham

    I want my daughter to read The Secret Garden.

  23. Tanya

    Our girls will be reading a variety of genres. This mama is an English teacher, so it’s never to early to begin a little bit of everything. Right now, they’re enjoying non-fiction about ocean life and also animal adventure fiction.

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