Children’s Book Week Giveaway Hop: Choice of Books

Sher here with a bunch of my own children’s books to choose from. I finally took pictures. So as not to leave out my international readers, one winner will receive as many ebooks or books as I can ship or deliver digitally for $10 or less via Amazon or Book Depository. If you’re in the US, you can choose 1 hardback and as many of my other children’s books as I can ship for under $10 via media mail. You might get five to ten depending on size. 

Children’s Book Week Giveaway Hop

May 13th – 19th
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What is Children’s Book Week?

“Established in 1919, Children’s Book Week is the longest-running literacy initiative in the country. Each year, books for young people and the joy of reading are feted for a full week with author and illustrator appearances, storytelling, parties, and other book-related events at schools, libraries, bookstores, museums, and homes from coast to coast!”

For more information please visit:

Celebrate & Promote Children’s Book Week by taking part in The Children’s Book Week Giveaway Hop.
If you are a writer and would rather receive a free proofread, up to 50 pages, and $10/50 pages thereafter, please say so in your comment and I’ll be happy to substitute. Authors have told me I find way more errors than the editor they hired. I’ve trained my brain not to fill in the missing words or to correct typos. I know all the rules, and I have a Chicago Manual of Style for everything else.

For US entrants, most of used children’s books up through YA are shown below. These are in no particular order other than how I could fit them on the shelves to take pictures.

The next few batches of books are old, about young adults before they had a YA genre. 

I have plenty of other older books by authors like Andre Norton and Anne McCaffrey. So please feel free to ask if you win. Please also note that we are not responsible for any loss or damage in transit because we have no control once the books are mailed. If you’d like insurance, you may send the extra amount via paypal. 

The Rafflecopter’s mandatory entry is a blog comment using your blog follower ID to answer this question (if you have a child aged 8-14, I’d rather know their answer):

If a thirteen-year-old Boy Scout fell into a lot of holes his dog Diggy had dug, would you rather the boy say “Diggy” when he was upset about other things or “crap” or what other word (can’t be a swear word)?

In the same comment, please tell me where you’re from so I know which options to offer if you win. Options (First 2 have $10 limit as previously explained): 

INT: ebook(s) from Amazon or real book(s) to be shipped from Amazon or Book Depository
US: 1 hardback & as many paperbacks as I can ship for $10 or less. Saying which ones you like will save time if you win.
US/INT: proofreading  

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Before you go, please check out the other open giveaways. Just scroll back through the older posts. Don’t forget to comment! Thanks and see your next time.

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Indie author-friendly freelance editor, children's book blogger for picture books through YA, kid lit, SF/fantasy lover with special fondness for middle grade, pun-loving SCBWI member, meter-maid for poetry and rhyming picture books.


  1. I would rather him say Diggy. Thank you for the amazing giveaway! I am from the US and I am not sure what book I would want if I would win yet. Thanks again!

  2. My kids would vote for crap but I would rather see Diggy used.
    I’m from the US.
    I would choose The Invention of Hugo Cabret. Not sure what else I could choose because I know that’s heavy.
    Thank you for the giveaway!

  3. I wouldn’t like my children using strong language, so I would probably prefer Diggy.

    I live in Finland, Europe.

    I would like to receive a book via Book Depository, but I am not sure yet which one, should I win 🙂 Thank you for the fun giveaway!

  4. I’m in the US, but I’m not sure which one I would pick. So many choices!

    Ashley Van Buren

  5. I think saying Diggy is best. I am in Colorado 🙂

    eg kaufman

  6. I live in the US! You have a lot of wonderful books! I’d love Artemis Fowl…but I may change my mind!

    Diamond Cronen
    Rafflecopter name (Diamond Nazaneen)

  7. I would say Diggy.

    Entering from the US.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

    -Amber Terry-

  8. I would say Diggy.
    From the US.
    I’d choose Chosen.
    Thanks for the chance!

  9. Diggy is much better to say.
    I am in the US.
    Not sure which book I would pick yet

  10. I’ve always liked to just say “crap”…lol

  11. ok, gfc follow, deal sharing aunt. In my wedding dress.
    I live in CT USA.
    My nieces are 2 and 6, and my nephew is 7. I would like books in that age range, or as close as possible thanks!

  12. I am in the US
    gfc follower daveshir2005

  13. I follow via GFC. Holly Letson.
    My icon is Sailor Neptune. She’s an anime girl with green hair.

    What catches my eye is:
    Fire Bringer – HB
    Yu-Gi-Oh! – PB
    Warcraft Legends – PB
    Phillipa Fisher and the Fairy’s Promise – PB
    Septimus Heap: Magyk – PB

  14. aaahhh ugh… that is what my 10 year old said he will say…
    i live in the US

  15. I know the giveaway is over but I just want to add that those book covers look delicious. They make me want to buy books (again)!

  16. I would say diggy too.
    fb/ shirley greenawalt zolenski

  17. I would like him to say something funny like dirty gummyworms.

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