Sunday, August 4, 2013

New Giveaway! Win A Rosetta Stone Package Or Toys R Us Gift Card AND Books!

My cultural books for children, the "If You Were Me and Lived In..." series, focuses on learning and appreciates the many cultures that make up our small planet. 

These books are groundbreaking new experiences in elementary education and perfect for children from Pre-K to age 8. Interesting facts and colorful illustrations help children realize that although the world is large, people all over the globe are basically the same.

Now, I'd love to give away a complete set of all of my currently published works for the "If You Were Me and Lived In..." series, along with your choice of a level one Rosetta Stone Homeschool in either Spanish, French or Korean.

But wait! There will be a second winner!

I am also giving away a $100 gift card to Toys R Us to that lucky winner.  Wow!
So, enter now and enter often in the Rafflecopter below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This giveaway is sponsored by me. Rosetta Stone Homeschool set and Toys R Us gift card is provided by myself and not the companies. This giveaway is also not affiliated with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest or any other social media site.

Giveaway is open World Wide.
Giveaway ends: August 18, 2013 at 12 AM MST 
Winners have 48 hours to respond after notification via e-mail or  forfeit prize and another winner will be drawn.

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  1. I love the giveaways on the Gerber Babies blog.

  2. Well I learned spanish and french many years ago in hs but sadly cannot remember too much beyind the greetings- hola- hello, como esta- how are you.

  3. I like the look of Julie's blog- uncluttered and easy on the eyes

  4. Glad I found your blog - and I love the Gerber Babies blog too!
    Susan Schrock

  5. I like her reviews.

    Ladyblueeyez1960 (at)(aol)(dot)(com)

  6. I know words in Spanish and Swahili. Jambo is a casual greeting similar to hi in Swahili

  7. I know a lot of words in Spanish. I used to work at a store where we had a lot of Spanish Speaking Only Customers and I knew enough to make them feel welcome, could tell them how much their transaction was without pointing to the screen, what their change was, answer basic questions and have a good day. Un dolar y sesenta y uno centavos, por favor. ($1.61, please)

  8. I took Spanish both in HS and college. Well, two of my favorite words to say, are la grapadora (stapler) and la microonda (microwave).

  9. Julie Gerber's blog has a cute layout and I really like the simplicity of the page set-up. It is easy to read posts without being distracted by all kinds of ads.