And The Winner Is… (plus February’s Prize)

In January, I posted about a year-long giveaway that I’m offering here on Frog on a Blog–a new prize each month for folks who comment on blog posts. With so much negative energy floating around in the world, especially in recent months, I decided I wanted to do something positive, something to show my gratitude to my followers, fans, and friends for their support. 

The first prize offered, for the month of January, was a signed copy of my picture book The Peddler’s Bed.

Final Final Cover

And the winner is…

Heather Stinnett

Congratulations Heather! Please contact me by clicking HERE. I need your address and how you’d like your book signed.

This month’s prize is a Curious George plushie, all decked out for Valentine’s Day. 

Comment on this post or any post during the month of February for your chance to win. For more information on how to qualify for prizes, click HERE.

Due to contest/sweepstakes regulations in other countries, this giveaway is available to U.S. residents only. I’m very sorry fans and followers from other nations. I still appreciate you! All winners are chosen at random.

21 thoughts on “And The Winner Is… (plus February’s Prize)

  1. Curious George has a very special place in my heart. When my son was a toddler, he had a stuffed Curious George that he loved very much. In fact so much, when he was invited by the Bon Marche, (now known as Macy’s), to be in a fashion show, he refused to walk down the runway unless he could bring his Curious George with him. He was three or four years old, and he walked to the end of the runway and held Curious George up over his head and spun him around and the audience went crazy with their applause. I still have that Curious George in my cedar chest, but he is very big draggled, a.k.a., well loved. I would be thrilled to gift my now 27-year-old with a new Curious George that he could save for his own child.

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  2. What a wonderful thing you’re doing! Two of my brothers and I were given Curious George dolls when we were kids. My doll was always with me, he lost some stuffing, and required several “operations” by Dr. Mom and her sewing kit; he lived a long life. Your give away idea is very kind.

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