Leap Into Books Giveaway Hop!

It's time for another giveaway hop! Thanks very much I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and Jinky Is Reading!

Kristi's Book Nook will be giving away two wonderful books. Each book will be a separate giveaway. For a chance to win all you will have to do is fill out the form below.

Title: Stormin Norman the Soggy Doggy
Author:Andy Allen
Publisher:Beavers Pond Press

A young boy sits down by his dad one sunny day and listens to a tale about a boy named Andy and his dog Norm. Andy and Norm went for a walk after the flood of 2008 in the Hawkeye state. Norm being the happy dog he was couldn't resist exploring near a stream. Norm found a floating stick and nibbled at it. He tugged at it and yanked it. But, to Norms surprise the log is bigger than he thought. Ultimately, Norm is pulled into the water and his adventure begins. Unable to swim, Andy soon jumps in. The high rushing water carries the two down the stream. What will happen to Norm and Andy? Will these adventurers ever make it to dry land? You'll have to read it to find out.

Stormin Norman is a wonderful story for kids. The funny rhyming tale will roll off of a child's tongue and fill his day with joy. Brightly colored illustrations bring to the life the adventure of Norm and Andy. Any pet lover will get a kick out of this very curious pup. What's even better is the story is based off of a true even that took place in Iowa in 2008. Allen shows kids friendship in the face of danger. In the flood many homes were destroyed and lives were changed forever. Parents and teachers can utilize this story to open dialogue about weather, floods and how communities are affected by these drastic changes in climate.

Andy Allen will forever be an Iowan at heart. He has been teaching kindergarten for seven years and holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's degree in early childhood education. When he is not composing new rhymes for his Norm stories, coaches basketball and enjoys a good crossword puzzle. Andy lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa with his family. Follow the adventures of Andy and Norm at www.andyandnorm.com.

Brian Barber lives in the neighboring state of Minnesota at the tip of Lake Superior in Duluth. Brian is an illustrator and animator who has illustrated several children's books and animated short films and TV commercials. See more of Brian's work at www.brianbarber.com.

Title: In The Indian Night Sky
Author:Reshma Sapre
Publisher:Hathi Chiti Books for Kids

Size Medium T-Shirt included for the giveaway

It is time for the great feast. Mother, the Star of the North Sky, is lighting the way for her children, Sun, Moon and Wind. All that she asks is that they bring her something back from the feast. At the feast, Sun shone very bright, Moon glided on the Wind's cool breeze. They met other stars and danced with the rains. But it was Moon who remembered to bring Mother something from the feast. His reward was that he would be blessed. Moon will always be cool and light and calm the night sky. Sun, will be the brightest but people will cover their heads because he is bright and hot. Wind, will be strong but whip the rains, all creatures will hide from him.

This delightful Indian Folktale will teach a whimsical story about why the moon shines so bright in the night. Young readers will appreciate the heat of the sun, and the treachery of the wind. This is a wonderful story parents will love to read to their children before bedtime. This book is also a great tool for teachers to introduce folk tales in the classroom and have children make up their own stories about the sun, moon and wind.

Hathi and Chiti is an emerging new global children's brand for all ages, that uses eastern-themed characters and concepts as a gateway to educate little ones about different cultures around the world. Hathi and Chiti are the Indian words for elephant and ant. Hathi, an elephant, and Chiti, an ant, are best friends from India folklore whose adventures together are of legendary proportion. Hathi Chiti uses folklore as a backdrop for modern day storytelling as a way of explaining the world and sharing life lessons.

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