Chronicle Books is getting into the spirit of the season with a Happy Haul-idays give-away contest open until December 2, 2011. If you are a blogger, create a list of your favorite Chronicle books (up to $500 worth) and send your URL to the link above. If you win, Chronicle will give you the books you listed, plus donate $500 worth of books to your favorite charity (new this year). Mine would be the Chandler Public Library).
And, if you leave a comment on this post and I win the blogger contest, then you might win too. One commenter on the winning post will win the books listed on that particular blog as well.
It was fun looking through all the books at Chronicle and figuring out which ones some of the children I know might appreciate. Of course, my list is full of science and nature nonfiction titles and Chronicle has some very fine ones. (Links take you to the full product description at Chronicle.)
Birdscapes: A Pop-Up Celebration of Birdsongs in Stereo Sound
By Miyoko Chu
(Have been drooling over this one for ages)
Nests: Fifty Nests and the Birds that Built Them by Sharon Beals
Introduction by Scott Weidensaul
Foreword by Jack Dumbacher and Maureen Flannery
|Wideness and Wonder: The Art and Life of Georgia O’Keeffe by Susan Goldman Rubin
(Reviewed this, it is beautiful).
|The Story of Snow: The Science of Winter’s Wonder by Mark Cassino
with Jon Nelson, Ph.D.
|Over and Under the Snow
By Kate Messner – Illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal
|BrainJuice: Science, Fresh Squeezed!
By Carol Diggory Shields,Illustrated by Richard Thompson
|F in Exams
The Very Best Totally Wrong Test Answers
By Richard Benson
|The Lonely Pine
By Aaron Frisch, Illustrated by Etienne Delessert
| Handheld Pies
Pint-Size Sweets and Savories
By Sarah Billingsley and Rachel Wharton Photographs by Ellen Silverman
|Botanicals Stationery Collection
By Rifle Paper Co.
(You can’t always send an e-mail :-))
| Edible Schoolyard
A Universal Idea
By Alice Waters,Photographs by David Liittschwager
| Garden Anywhere
How to Grow Gorgeous Container Gardens, Herb Gardens, Kitchen Gardens and More—Without Spending a Fortune
By Alys Fowler
This one looks particularly awesome:
|Drawing Nature: A Journal by Jill Bliss
Check out the video to see what it is all about:
Of all these wonderful titles, which one is your favorite? Leave a comment, and you might have a chance of winning it.