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The Sluggers Series Giveaway Winners

By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review
Published: July 13, 2009

Water, Water Everywhere (Sluggers) Congratulations to the two lucky winners of the Sluggers series giveaway . The winners have been selected by the random sequence generator at random.org, and have each won a set of the Sluggers series (4 books) by  Loren Long (Author & Illustrator) and Phil Bildner (Author).

  1. K. Michael from Best Book I Have Not Read
  2. Cathy B

Both winners will be notified by email and have 72 hours to claim their prize, and they must be able to tell me the name that the Sluggers series was previously published under. Unclaimed prizes will be awarded to an alternate winner. Thank you to everyone who participated. Special thanks to the publisher of the Sluggers series, Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, for sponsoring the giveaway.

Special mention for my favorite comment:

Annmarie W. said…

What a great interview! I have to admit that I had never heard of Loren Long…he really answered your questions well! I learned so much! I think my children would like these books!

Disclaimer: Names, e-mail address and physical addresses of all winners will be used solely for the purpose of fulfillment of the giveaway.

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