Kids Can Book Blast and $100 Amazon Giveaway (Worldwide)

It’s Time for Good Manners!

Part story book, part practice book, all parts fun! Children will learn about good manners — and how to tell time — with this colorful, engaging book.

Kids will spend the day with Torie, Tad, Tessa and Tyler and discover how it’s time for good manners all day long. And then they’ll get the chance to practice telling time (without even realizing that they are learning!).

There has been some praise for this book, including:

It’s Time for Good Manners is a great package workbook for children ages 4-7, combining learning twin virtues of considerateness and courtesy and punctuality.”

“If ever a book was needed for this time, then this is it.”

“A fun way to learn how to tell time.”

“…good book for introducing time to students in earlier grades.”

The Kids’ (and parents’, too!) Book of Good Sportsmanship 

Do you have little athletes in your family? Then this  book is a great way to help them understand what it means – and how important it is – to be a good sport.  Whatever sport they do, they’ll learn easy, basic sports manners through reading familiar situations featuring kids just like them. Parents, you’ll also find handy reminders for you with each tip, so that the entire family can learn to be good sports together.

This book has garnered a lot of praise:

“This is a great easy read that reminds not just the kids in your family but also parents, and in my case, grandparents how important it is to be a good sport. Basic sports etiquette that works just as well with Dad’s Sunday soccer game as with the munchkin’s is presented in an engaging and entertaining way. Memorable reminders teach this important etiquette and keep it top of mind and simple for the whole family!”

The Kids’ (and parents’, too!) Book of Good Sportsmanship is a guidebook for raising winners, both on and off the field!”

“Children need more books like this, to teach important lessons. Parents are as big a factor in a child’s perception of sports as the children themselves, and the parents attitude becomes the children’s. This book teaches children that no one should take sports so seriously that they get angry, be rude, but instead, be gracious, respectful and have fun with it.”

About the Author:

Leslie A. Susskind lives with her husband, daughters and two cats outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she writes children’s books while working in marketing and trying to keep up with everyone’s activities.

Leslie is also an avid reader. She also loves to watch home improvement TV shows (and tries to convince her husband to do the projects), sing in choirs, and watch movies (especially anything Jane Austin). Sometimes she can even be found cooking without a microwave.

Leslie is the author of the manners-themed books, The Kids’ (and parents’, too!) Book of Good Sportsmanship and It’s Time for Good Manners. She is also the author of the tween fantasy series, The Zephram Tales, which include The Month of Zephram Mondays and The Tale of Time Warp Tuesday.


1 lucky winner will receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card compliments of author Leslie Susskind.

This giveaway is open to anyone who can legally enter, receive and use an gift code. This giveaway ends 10/23/12 at 12:01 AM EST

You can enter here!

Open to anyone who can legally enter, receive and use an Gift Code. Winning Entry will be verified prior to prize being awarded. No purchase necessary. You must be 18 or older to enter or have your parent’s permission. The winner will be chosen by rafflecopter and announced here as well as emailed and will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, Twitter, Rafflecopter or any other entity unless otherwise specified. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.

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One Response to Kids Can Book Blast and $100 Amazon Giveaway (Worldwide)

  1. Jany says:

    Thanks for sharing

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