Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Hallmark Book Giveaway: What's Shakin' in Snowflake City?

My favorite gift every Christmas to give is a book. 
Not just any book either, a Hallmark book. 
This year will mark the 8th installment of the Snowglobe family, the Snowfarkles. 
I give these books to my Moma, my sister and my sister in law, and of course keep one for my family to enjoy every Christmas Season.

This holiday series from Hallmark is written by Cheryl Hawkinson and Illustrated by Mike Esberg.
"What's Shakin' in Snowflake City?" is all about the weather in Snowflake where the Snowfarkles live, but what exactly causes such crazy snowstorms? Can the Snowfarkles guess before Santa arrives?

You can purchase your own copy of this book and many more gifts at your local Hallmark store or online at Hallmark.com. There is currently a special in-store offer, while supplies last on this particular book that if you purchase 3 Hallmark cards, the price is $3.95- a savings of $6!
(boxed cards and gift enclosures do not count toward the 3 cards)

The 4-Crow's along with Hallmark have teamed up to give one of our readers our favorite Christmas gift this year. Their very own copy of "What's Shakin' in Snowflake City?".

Disclosure: All opinions stated are my own and based upon my own personal experience. This giveaway is sponsored by Hallmark. I will receive no compensation for this post. The giveaway ends at 12:01 AM on December 15, 2011. The winner will be selected through Rafflecopter and will be contacted via email. 
U.S. residents only.


Amy said...

I will read this to three little book-loving Harris kids!

Tonya said...

If I win, I can read the book to Carter, Ali, Jordan, and probably Parker too! lol

Tonya said...

FYI- I have probs with Rafflecopter because I use Firefox rather than IE; you might make a note about that on future giveaways so if others are having probs, they know to use Internet Explorer to sign up.

Kim C. said...

i would read this to my daughter and sons :)

Shruti Malik said...

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