What On Earth Do You Do WHen Someone Dies? book Giveaway: Enter By April 25, 2021
[This giveaway is now closed!] We’re thrilled to give away 3 copies of "What on Earth Do You Do When Someone Dies?" books courtesy of Emily Dawson, who serves as a board member for the Clear The list Foundation.
To Enter, you MUST:
-Leave a comment on this blog post on why you deserve to win this book!
For additional entries, leave a separate comment below for each of the following tasks that you complete:
Each comment counts as a separate entry -- that's 6 chances to win! Entries must be received by 11:59pm CT on Sunday, April 25, 2021. [This giveaway is now closed!]
The winners will be contacted via email on or around Monday, April 29, 2021 and will need a response within 48 hours to claim the prize or another winner will be chosen. In two weeks, winner recipients who accept the book prize also agrees to write a book review. This giveaway is in no way affiliated with, administered, or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Instagram. Winners must reside in the U.S. and be at least 18 years of age or older. [This giveaway is now closed!]
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Safa H Jaber
4/22/2021 08:53:54 am
With this book one can clarify certain happenings that takes place after one dies, at a primitive level, ways us adults may have yet to know how to explain.
4/22/2021 08:29:43 pm
Sometimes we need to teach kids why and how to treat each other appropriately, and why the adult drama they see on television is not right for them. This book is a good start on that.
4/23/2021 08:34:21 am
This book will be good to show kids that bullying is not right and it’s not fair but it is ways to bully proof yourself. I love how the author uses humor to lighten a serious topic. Students need to be able to relate and want to read the book. They will read that you don’t have to be scare or frightened. You don’t have to feel like it’s your fault. Kids will enjoy reading this book.
4/23/2021 11:55:59 am
Having this book is a great resource. I am a huge believer in bibliotherapy. However books are expensive and many I purchase out of my own pocket
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