Win $500* to Spend at Amazon!

*(or your currency equivalent – open to Amazon account holders WORLDWIDE!)


We’ve joined up with some friends to bring you the opportunity to win a $500* Amazon voucher! The FREE Rafflecopter draw will take place on December 15th. NO purchase necessary.

It’s all pretty self-explanatory when you click the link above, but if you’d like a fuller explanation then please visit Kristen Lamb’s website to read her excellent article about it. The terms and conditions are listed below.


For an instant win (US only) you can also try the Amazon Giveaway to win a copy of our award-winning book Little Bird Lost – or purchase for just 99c/99p until November 22nd (US/UK).




Good luck! Enjoy!



The Rafflecopter draw is hosted by the children’s authors listed below.

They would love it if you would take a few minutes to get to know them and their work
(the links will take you straight to their websites).

C.L. Murphy
Cat Michaels
Melinda Kinsman
Rhonda Paglia
Kristen Lamb
Stacie Theis
Jim Milson
Lisé Chase
Kimberly Sentek
Barbara Mojica
Tracy Bryan
Peggy McAloon
M.L. Barnes
Meg Dendler
Jill Cofsky
Kate Larkinson
Rosie Russell
Sondra Rymer
E.J. Gore
Dynomike Books
Rebecca Lyndsey
Joyce Mitchell
Sarah Hill
Sharon Powers
Nelson Suit
Bonnie Dani
Subhash Kommuru
D.A. Hawes
Laura Lee Scott


There is NO purchase necessary to enter or win.
One winner will be randomly drawn through the Rafflecopter widget within 48 hours, and notified by email, once the giveaway ends.
The winner will then have 72 hours to respond. If the winner does not respond within 72 hours, a new winner will be chosen.
Prize is valued in US Dollar (USD).
Winner must have a valid email address attached to their Amazon account in order to receive the eGift card.
No age limitation as long as entrant has an Amazon account. Amazon suggests those 18 and under should use the site with the involvement of a parent or guardian.

About Little Bird

"Even as an adult I actually enjoyed this book!" "Brought a smile to my face." - Goodreads reviewers The series of awesome real-life photos provide a rare opportunity of a birds-eye view of a family of baby swallows in their nest. The simple rhyming story makes it a great bedtime story and early first reader. The birds antics provide a platform for discussion on important topics such sharing and bullying.

Posted on November 15, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Oh my would this be such a blessing to be able to win ..

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