Random Acts of Kindness Giveaway Hop


Welcome to the Random Acts of Kindness Giveaway Hop hosted by Read For Your Future and I Am A Reader, Not a Writer.  This hop runs from February 17 – 21st and all blogs participating have a book-related giveaway.

(Click on one of the links above to visit all the other awesome blogs taking part)

My Giveaway!

There are three paperback copies of Mungai and the Goa Constrictor to be won. To enter, follow my blog and leave a comment along with your contact details. Good luck!

Mungai and the Goa Constrictor - A Children's Book by Amelia E Curzon - Book Cover

MUNGAI AND THE GOA CONSTRICTOR

Likened to both Orwell’s Animal Farm and Kipling’s Jungle Book (though a very different tale) it is hoped Mungai and the Goa Constrictor will one day take its place amongst the great children’s classics.

Action, adventure, humour, friendship, environmental awareness and shamelessness trying to steal a march on innocence– all in one very entertaining book!

Just some of the things people are saying!

“This was a clever, enjoyable, different, well-crafted story and one I’d love to see as an animated movie. Both the book (and the movie!) would appeal to older children and adults alike” (Beeshon Reviews- UK)

“Excellent book! Thought provoking and fun! This is a story that could take its place among the best in fairy tales – with a lesson–but not only for children”  (The Happy Looker “T.H.L.” – Boston, MA, USA) 

“Amelia Curzon has created a beautiful fable in “Mungai and the Goa Constrictor” that warns of the effects of destruction of the forest in a fashion that is innocent, entertaining and compelling” (Scarlett Rains Reviews – Ohio, USA)

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  2. Thanks for the giveaway!! Random acts of kindness happen all the time. Sometimes we don’t even notice when they occur. Living on a christian college campus, I’m constantly thanking people for opening doors to the point of ridiculousness. In fact, the other day while I was working at the campus store, a young boy, probably the age of 16, found $17 on the floor and turned it in claiming that someone had dropped it. How honest and sweet is that!?
    Happy Valentine’s Day and I hope your day is filled with random acts of kindness!
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