January Book Roundup + Reader Giveaway

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Kids Book Roundup

January is the time of year when many of us are battling long, cold days. On that kind of day, it’s wonderful to sit in the house with a cup of hot cocoa and curl up with a good book. Looking for some new books for your children to read this January?  Here are five excellent choices:

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Hank Has a Dream by Rebecca Dudley – $13.59 (Reg. $16.99)

Here’s another Hank adventure! In this book, Hank dreams about flying. Through his dream adventures the book teaches about friendships and lets your imagination soar. Another five star book from author Rebecca Dudley!

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Hank Finds an Egg by Rebecca Dudley – $14.16 (Reg. $16.99)

Hank Finds an Egg is a five star book, ideal for ages 4 to 8. Hank finds an egg while walking through the woods and tries to return it to its nest. He encounters another forest creature while on the journey, and kids will love seeing what adventures they stumble upon. This book teaches kindness and will inspire both young and old to not only believe in themselves, but also believe in the goodness of others.

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A Duck Named Goose by Amber Nieves (Author), Danyol Murphy (Illustrator) – $9.99

A Duck Named Goose is a book simply about a real-life duck named Goose. The story shows the duck’s close relationship with a young boy, and helps teach about animals, friendship, and growing up. This book has received 5 out of 5 star reviews.   It is ideal for kids kindergarten through 2nd grade.

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The Future Architect’s Handbook by Barbara Beck – $14.84 (Reg. $16.99)

Do your children love to draw? You might have a future architect in your home! The Future Architect’s Handbook is ideal for ages 9-12 and teaches about the basic drawings an architect is responsible for: site plan, floor plan, section, and elevation. It is so interesting that even adults will enjoy learning why buildings look and function the way they do.

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Peeve, My Parents’ Pet by Tom Ryan  (Author), Kenny Durkin (Illustrator) – $11.45 (Reg. $12.99)

Peeve, My Parents’ Pet, is a fun book that teaches about pet peeves.  A young boy tries to hunt down this mysterious pet “Peeve” that he hears his parents talk about all of the time.  This book is perfect for ages 3 to 9, but even adults will find the humor in the pages.

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Reader Giveaway:  One lucky Jinxy Kids reader will win copies of both Hank Has a Dream and Hank Finds an Egg. To enter, just complete the entry form below by 11:59pm ET on 2/2/15. Good luck!

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Comments

  1. Hank has a dream looks like a fun book.

  2. Karen Gonyea says:

    Peeve, My Parent’s Pet sounds great 🙂

  3. Melissa Smith says:

    The Future Architect’s Handbook, my whole family would enjoy this.

  4. I would have to say Hank has a dream.

  5. Hank Has a Dream

  6. Seyma Shabbir says:

    My sons would love Hank has a dream!

  7. I would love to read Hank Has a Dream!

  8. Renee Grandinetti says:

    I think Hank Finds an Egg looks like a cute story.

  9. Shannon Baas says:

    Hank finds an egg.

  10. Jennifer Heintz says:

    I am not familiar with these children’s books. But I would like the “Hank finds an Egg” for my grandson. Any story that teaches about kindness is good. Thanks for the introduction.

  11. Sharon Kaminski says:

    I like Peeve, My Parents’ Pet by Tom Ryan.

  12. Shakeia Rieux says:

    I really like Hank Has a Dream

  13. Rebecca Parsons says:

    I think Hank finds and Egg looks really adorable.

  14. Hank has a dream is my favorite.

  15. janet woodling says:

    Hank Finds and Egg peaks my interest.

  16. I love the Hank has a dream book. I think my son would enjoy it!

  17. Hank has a Dream looks really cute I think my son and I would really enjoy reading it together.

  18. Debra Hall says:

    A Duck Named Goose sounds very cute

  19. Vera Wilson says:

    Think Cody would love Hank Has a Dream.

  20. I think Hank finds a egg looks like a good book

  21. I think A Duck named Goose looks like it would be my daughters fave.

  22. I’d like Hank Finds an Egg

  23. Vicki Wurgler says:

    Hank Finds an Egg sounds like a cute read

  24. Anita Yancey says:

    I like Hank Finds An Egg. My little one would love it.

  25. I think both books are nice and my daughters would love either one. 🙂

  26. misty billman says:

    hank has a dream

  27. Shirley Smith says:

    I like Hank finds a egg.

  28. Carol Nine says:

    Peeve, My Parents’ Pet sounds intriguing

  29. I think Hank has a Dream looks really cute.

  30. Renee Patterson Travis says:

    Peeve, My Parents’ Pet looks like it would be great for my grandson!

  31. Robin Abrams says:

    A Duck Named Goose sounds like a book my grandkids would love

  32. vickie couturier says:

    Hank finds an egg

  33. Cassie Hayes says:

    The Hank Finds an Egg book looks to be the best to me. They are all really cute and my daughter would love them all though.

  34. Jennifer Herman says:

    Hank finds an Egg!

  35. I’d love this for my kids.

  36. Hank Has a Dream looks so cute, I love the picture illustrations!

  37. My son is 3 and he loves to read! I hope we win! He will be a very happy lil man!

  38. My son would like Future Architect’s Handbook

  39. A Duck named Goose looks really cute!

  40. Theresa Smith says:

    I think Peeve, My Parent’s Pet sound like it would be good but really I would like any of them.

  41. Paula Hafner says:

    I think that Hank Has a Dream looks really cute. My son would love any of them.

  42. Marilyn Nawara says:

    Hank finds an egg looks interesting — I’m sure my grandson would enjoy any of these wonderful books.

  43. I like a Duck Named Goose.

  44. Hank Finds an Egg seems like a good one!

  45. Hank Finds an Egg

  46. Hank has a Dream looks cute.

  47. Kelley Roach says:

    I really like Hank Has a Dream

  48. Shea Balentine says:

    I like a Duck named Goose

  49. Hank Has a Dream!

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