Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Update from Arcadia Publishing on St. Charles: Les Petites Cotes

(Logo from Arcadia Publishing website)

Mostly sunny, high 59 degrees. Nice weather for grandson Michael's field trip. This afternoon, both fourth grade teachers from All Saints School are treating their students who made their AR reading goals this quarter to ice cream. Way to go, Michael!

For anyone who has been trying to purchase a copy of the Gravemans' book through Amazon.com and weren't unable to because the books are temporarily out of stock, I discovered late yesterday afternoon that the publisher, Arcadia Publishing, has copies available for purchase. Here is a direct link to use to purchase the book from the publisher.

Even more good news: Arcadia Publishing is sending an additional copy of the Gravemans' book to me. So, in the spirit of sharing the wealth and spreading the word about the book, I will give that copy away to one of my blog visitors.

If you would like to win the copy, all you have to do is post a comment or question about the Gravemans' book on my blog this week. I will select one name at random. The winner's name will be announced the first week in April.

Tomorrow will feature my interview of the Gravemans, so feel free to post your questions or comments then--or at any time this week.

4 comments:

  1. I love books that deal with history. And having one from what is practically my home town is a bonus. Pick me! Pick me!

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  2. I was in Barnes & Noble in St. Peters today. There is a table next to the check-out counter that had a stack of the Gravemans' book on it! I'm thrilled for them!

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  3. Hi Pat,
    Same here. Good luck! Good luck!
    Donna

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  4. Hi Becky,
    Thanks for letting everyone know. I'm sure Dianna and Don will be happy to hear that!
    And thanks for stopping by.
    Donna

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