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Giveaway Winners: The Nutcracker and the Mouse King & The Christmas Magic

By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review
Published: December 1, 2009

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Congratulations to the two lucky winners of the The Nutcracker and the Mouse King & The Christmas Magic giveaway. The winners have been selected by the random sequence generator at random.org, and have each won a copy of The Nutcracker and the Mouse King and The Christmas Magicboth are published by Scholastic.


  1. Mar Dixon said…

    These are gorgeous!!


  2. Shelly said…

    tweet http://twitter.com/phxbne/status/5769693649

All 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 Scholastic for sponsoring the giveaway.

For those of you who were not so lucky, you can still add these books to your collection: The Nutcracker and the Mouse King and The Christmas Magic

Three special mentions for the following comments:


Laurie said…

Bringing out the box of holiday books is one of my favorite parts of Christmas each year.


Johannah B said…

These are the types of books you would read every year.


Betsy said…

They both look like lovely books, but when I have seen The Christmas Magic in book stores it looks like a classic Christmas book in the making

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

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