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Book Give-away!

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Beth and I have been working on a series of blogs about books.  The titles of the posts that will be published over the next few weeks are: Our Favorite Holiday Titles, Classics for All Ages, Just for Fun, Keeping it Educational, Award Winning Books, Poetic Gift Giving, and Adored Anthologies. Additionally, we will be having a drawing to give away at least one book each week until Christmas especially selected with you and your family in mind. We’ll be sending out a beautiful hardcover picture book, an instructional poetry anthology, a homeschool mom’s devotional, and more! Keep reading to see how to participate!

These posts will include timeless gift suggestions for specified ages, ideal travel books and even ideas for precious projects that could be made by your kids for their grandparents for Christmas.  If you missed them, check out our first two already-published holiday posts in the series:  Holiday Alert! http://www.epikardia.com/blog/175/holiday-alert/and How to Choose a Treasured Children’s Book http://www.epikardia.com/blog/132/how-to-choose-a-treasured-childrens-book/.

So, how can you participate in our book give away?  We are asking you to do two things:

1.  Join our mailing listAs we are switching to another newsletter service, we will need you to resubscribe, even if you are already a member of our list. To subscribe go to http://www.epikardia.com/free_downloads.html and fill out your name and e-mail address. You will receive a verification e-mail in your inbox and you will need to click on the link to verify your subscription.  EXTRA BONUS:  If you subscribe or resubscribe by Friday, November 21st, you will be entered into a drawing for The Perfect Mix:  90 Gift Giving Ideas for Bread, Soup, Dessert and Other Home-made Mixes, by Diane Philips! (read more about this useful and timely book in this post!)

2.  After you have subscribed to our mailing list:  for each week you would like to be included in the drawing, please read the post here on our blog and make a comment . That’s all you have to do!  We will choose a random name from our subscribers who comment on the blog each week to receive a free book!  (We will contact you for your mailing address and will mail –or deliver if you’re local– at no cost to you!)

When you join our mailing list, you will also receive two helpful e-book resources for your poetry studies as our gift, A Child’s Garden of Verses, by Robert Louis Stevenson, and the beautifully illustrated The Children’s Own Longfellow, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

We hope you will forward this post to your home schooling friends as well as any other homeschool loops to which you belong!

Join our new mailing list today and be looking for the titles of our first give-away this week!

Many Blessings on your week!
Beth and Dana
Epi Kardia Home Education
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