Friday, April 18, 2014

Mom Needs THESE Books for Mother's Day! FOUR Book Giveaway!

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this giveaway free of charge, from Sourcebooks PR, for giveaway purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it


You know Easter is upon us in 2 days, but are you ready for May 11th???

You know, MOTHER'S DAY!!!!!!!!!!!

I have a super giveaway that will make any mom or mom-to-be happy to receive- 
not one, but FOUR books, ALL inspired by MOM!

(and all make GREAT gifts by themselves, or together!)

Let's honor Mom this year with:

little blessings cover


For the New Mother: Little Blessings by Anne Geddes
A beautiful, new gift book that features the world of award-winning photographer and New York Times bestseller Anne Geddes. Each spread features a unique photograph paired with a thoughtful quote or blessing that highlights the joy, beauty, and wonder that new babies bring to every parent. Through the lens of Anne Geddes,Little Blessings captures the unparalleled relationship between child and caregiver.


Love Blooms in a Mother’s Heart cover


For the Inspired Mother: Love Blooms in a Mother’s Heart by Kathy Davis
Whether your mom lives just around the corner or is cherished deep in the memories of your heart, the words of love and wisdom in Love Blooms in a Mother’s Heart by top greeting card designer Kathy Davis will bring you a little closer to your own.Known for her whimsical style and uplifting sentiments of giving and sharing joy, Kathy Davis is a true woman entrepreneur who turned a passion into a business.


Big Me, Little You cover

For the Mother Who’s A Kid Again: 
Big Me, Little You by journal creators Rachel Kempster and Meg Leder
Create a memory-filled journal with the kid in your life! The Big Me, Little You journal is packed with fun prompts, activities, and crafts that provide you with a way to share and engage with the special kid in your life. Fill it out together or send it back and forth – there’s no limit to the way you can connect and share through words, pictures and lists!

and my personal fav:

I’m Dangerous…I’m Not Gonna Lie cover


For the Snarky Mother: I’m Dangerous…I’m Not Gonna Lie by Erin Smith
From Erin Smith – a hip, irreverent visual artist with a nationally distributed gift line and a unique, pitch-perfect look – comes I’m Dangerous…I’m Not Gonna Lie - a mash up of art, essays, and laugh-out-loud observations designed to find humor in the everyday mundane. Celebrate the art of living loud with the sassiest, smartest, hottest gift book. The book includes hilarious, make-your-day quotes like:
·         “The super girl cape is in the laundry… you’ll just have to take my word for it.”,  “As much as I try to be an easygoing, stretch-your-wings-and-fly type, I just can’t stop trying to burst people into flames with my mind.” (can I get an AMEN on that one??) and  “I’m so damn happy it’s like discovering blue cheese olives all over again.”


To make this a FUN and EASY giveaway,
I've got THREE questions for you!

I'll randomly select 3 answers, then pick 2 of my favorites, 
and give them to MY MOM, and she'll pick the winner
for the 4 book set!

See, easy peasy!


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Have fun answering!

6 comments:

  1. My favorite mom memory is when I was young, I used to 'walk' with her to the bus stop in the morning and then meet her to walk home in the afternoons. The bus stop was a mile away from our house up and down hills and my mom would walk a 12-13 minute mile. My short legs would have to practically run to keep up with her. But, I did it every day so she wouldn't have to walk alone. I would go slower once I was by myself...

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  2. Traits in common...hmm...thorough, honest, calm, shy, good at keeping the family centered. Not very exciting but that's the way we are/were.

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  3. I don't know that my mom ever did anything funny in her lifetime. She did, however, laugh through my first wedding ceremony. Turned out she was right to laugh as it ended a year and a half later. Mom knows best.

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  4. When I was young my mother would take me to wonderful concerts since my father would find an excuse to attend so I benefited and loved this outing. We would take the bus to the concert hall, far, and in the winter, bundle up and be captivated with the Yiddish singer, Martha Schlamme. On our way home I would remark upon the many adults out enjoying their Saturday night dining and movie. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  5. My mother would joke about the relatives she had. She would mention how generous some were, how cheap others were and how kind others were. She had a way with words and it was always entertaining to listen to her comment about the family.

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  6. My mother has passed on, but we share many traits and even more now that I am older. I am thrifty and she was always careful, she had to be since she was a child of the depression, she was a wonderful correspondent and so am I, and she loved to read and so do I. Many more. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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