The Children’s Book Review | February 27, 2015
Enter to win an autographed copy of Homer the Little Stray Cat (Little Balloon Press, 2014), by Pamela L. Laskin and illustrated by Kirsi Tuomanen Hill.
Three (3) winners receive:
- An autographed paperback copy of Homer the Little Stray Cat.
Age Range: 3-6
Paperback: 38 pages
Giveaway begins February 27, 2015, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends March 26, 2015, at 11:59 P.M. PST.
About Homer the Little Stray Cat
Homer is a precocious and perpetually dirty stray cat living on the city streets he calls home. One day an unexpected accident leads to the discovery of something he’s never had before, a loving family.
About the Author
Pamela L. Laskin is a Lecturer in the English Department and Director of The Poetry Outreach Center at City College, where she has taught composition and creative writing for over twenty-five years. Her published children’s books include A Wish Upon a Star (Magination Press); Historical Heroic Horses (McGrawHill); Music From the Heart (Bantam) and The Buried Treasure (McGrawHill). A memoir, My Life In Shoes, came out in 2011.
About the Illustrator
Kirsi Tuomanen Hill is a New Yorkbased art teacher and freelance artist. She enjoys working on a range of visual projects at once, both to inform her teaching and to keep herself experimenting. Kirsi has a special love for illustration and repeatedly returns to it as a primary interest. She holds a BA in Art History from Johns Hopkins University, a PostBac in Studio Art from MICA, and an MA in Art Education from Teachers College, Columbia University.
This giveaway is closed.
- This book giveaway is open to participants in the US and Canada only.
- Name, e-mail address and physical address of the winner will be shared with the sponsor for the purpose of giveaway fulfillment only.
Prizing & samples courtesy of Little Balloon Press.
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