Monday, November 21, 2011

Book Giveaway: Letters from Katrina

When I attended the five year birthday party for Reader's Cove bookstore in Fort Collins, Colorado, I received two copies of this wonderful book of photos and letters from Colorado kids to the children from communities devastated by Hurricane Katrina, Letters from Katrina: Stories of Hope and Inspiration. These books were donated to Reader's Cove for the event by the author, Mark Hoog.



You can find out more about the project, the book, and the author, Mark Hoog, at the Growing Field Website.

To be eligible to win one of the two copies, you must be a resident of the U.S. or Canada. Leave a comment on today's post by noon Mountain Time, Friday, November 25th. Make sure your e-mail address is in the comment or easily obtained from your profile.

4 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Not entering to win, but that's a great cause.

Ann Best said...

This looks wonderful. And it's also a wonderful cause.
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Ann Best, Memoir Author

Natasha Wing said...

I saw a copy at our SCBWI meeting and it's a very beautiful book. Would make a lovely companion to my friends' book, The Two Bobbies by Mary Nethery and Kirby Larson, about a cat and dog that survive Katrina.

Patricia Stoltey said...

Since Alex did not enter to win, it was pretty darned easy to pick two winners for "Letters from Katrina." Ann and Natasha are my winners. I'll be in touch with each one via e-mail.