It’s time for the Lucky Reader Giveaway! Between now and March 19th, you can enter to win one of several prizes offered by the Kindle Book Review and sponsored by yours truly. The prizes include:
- A 7? Fire Tablet with special offers ($50 value)
- One of five Amazon gift cards ($50, $25, $25, $25, $25)
- And the Grand Prize to one lucky reader –a Kindle 8? HD 32 GB with special offers and a BONUS $75 Amazon gift card ($200 grand prize value)!
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There is no purchase necessary to win. However, if you decide to purchase books, a portion of each purchase will go to Teen Blast Youth Centers via the Amazon Smile program. Many (if not all) of these books are on sale – Don’t Punch People in the Junk is discounted 40% for the Lucky Reader Giveaway!
Want More Laughs? Try Don’t Punch People in the Junk!
Life lessons are not always obvious, especially to kids. Don’t Punch People in the Junk: (Seemingly) Obvious Life Lessons to Teach Kids is a funny parenting book about the obvious statements that we never dream we will have to say out loud to the children in our lives.
When the author’s youngest child punched two kids in the junk within an 18-hour period, she questioned whether she could have done anything to prevent it. To be honest, she hadn’t thought to tell her children directly not to punch people in the junk. It wasn’t a message that she imagined she would have to state with the straightforwardness of instructions like, “Don’t talk with your mouth full.”
Don’t Punch People in the Junk is an ode to those obvious life lessons that we not only have to teach directly to children, but that we, as adults, can often miss through the course of everyday life. Whether you work with children, have raised them safely to adulthood, are currently attempting to parent them without going insane, or if you simply were a child at some point, Don’t Punch People in the Junk provides a poignant and humorous look at life lessons that, in retrospect, can seem…obvious.