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Magickeepers: The Eternal Hourglass Winners

By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review
Published: June 15, 2009

Magickeepers: The Eternal Hourglass Congratulations to the two lucky winners of the Magickeepers: The Eternal Hourglass giveaway. The winners have been selected by the random sequence generator at random.org, and have each won a copy of Magickeepers: The Eternal Hourglass by Erica Kirov.

  1. Mindy – The power of healing
  2. Lisette – The power of flying

Both winners will be notified by email and have 72 hours to claim their prize. Unclaimed prizes will be awarded to an alternate winner. Thank you to everyone who participated. Special thanks to the publisher of Magickeepers: The Eternal Hourglass, Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, for sponsoring the giveaway.

For those of you who were not so lucky, you can add this book to your collection by shopping here.

Two special mentions for the following comments:

Mary Ann at Great Kid Books wrote: A magic power … hmmm, the power to heal is certainly appealing; but part of me wonders about the power to communicate and understand across language barriers (with people and animals).

Thanks for a fun giveaway! This sounds like a fun book, perfect for upper elementary and early middle school kids.

Becky at One Literature Nut wrote: I’ve always thought it would be great to be able to be invisible so that you could go, do, & listen wherever you wanted to! It’s interesting from a psychological standpoint, as many teens feel like people are always watching them as if they are on stage. Are they secure enough to disappear? I’ve mulled that around, because as much as we loved Harry’s Cloak of Invisibility, could a real teen stay under that cloak for long without a friend or their cell so they could text everyone they know?

Thanks for this great offer!

Disclaimer: Books will be shipped directly from Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, delivery of the giveaway item lies solely on the sponsor. Names, e-mail address and physical addresses of all winners will be shared with Sourcebooks Jabberwocky for the purpose of fulfillment of the giveaway.

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  • Thanks for the mention, Bianca. I’ve always wondered what it would be like to talk to people anywhere, or even animals.

    I just finished reading Gone, by Michael Grant and the leader of the coyotes has mutated and can talk to humans (in an evil sort of way). It’s a very creepy read – perfect for middle school kids.

    thanks again! Mary Ann

    June 15, 2009
  • You’re welcome.

    Let me know if you do a review of Gone–it sounds pretty interesting (in a weird way)!

    June 16, 2009

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