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Fairies & Hapennies Need Readers: A Giveaway for Librarians & Educators

Posted by on May 31, 2012

Win this Library Fairy created by author & creature maker Jennifer Carson!

Where would Fairies and Hapennies be without librarians and teachers to read them into existence?

A Giveaway for Librarians & Educators (Grades 1-3)

Author and creature maker Jennifer Carson went into the land of stories as a child and never came out.  She spends her days weaving stories and stitching the marvels that appear in them.

The Chapter Book

Jennifer Carson’s (a.ka. The Dragon Charmer) latest chapter book, Hapenny Magick is the sweet, suspenseful, oft giggle-worthy fantasy for ages 7+,  (illustrated quite wonderfully by P.A. Lewis).

“A charming book, perfect for a read-aloud or to read sitting in the crook of a favorite tree…a warm, cheery story with just the right amount of thrilling scenes.”  –Angela J. Reynolds, Head of Youth Services, Annapolis Valley Regional Library

The Giveaway
Not only is Jennifer giving away a dozen signed copies of Hapenny Magick to elementary school librarians, public librarians, and teachers (grades 1-3), but one random applicant will be chosen by the fairies to receive the above (quite magical) Library Fairy*!  Truly?  Yes, truly.

Enter all those that read aloud to rooms full of imaginative creatures or place such books in readers’ hands. (Your email nor address will be saved, but only used for the purpose of this giveaway).

*The Library Fairy is 6″ tall and made from hand dyed wool with hand dyed yarn and fiber/ribbon hair. His book is permanently attached, as are his ultra-suede pants. Face and feet are needle sculpted, eyes are needle felted with hand dyed roving.

One Response to Fairies & Hapennies Need Readers: A Giveaway for Librarians & Educators

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