Monday, March 14, 2011

Win A Copy Of Grace Lin's "Where The Mountain Meets The Moon"

March is National Reading Month. ChinaSprout is celebrating by giving you free shipping on all book purchases through March 20th. We are also giving away a copy of Grace Lin's book, "Where The Mountain Meets The Moon."

Grace is one of my favorite authors for young children. Her simple and colorful illustrations remind me of Chinese folk paintings. Plus, her stories really capture what it is like to grow up Asian in a Western country. ChinaSprout was fortunate enough to work with Grace on our "One Year In Beijing" book. Her beautiful illustrations take me back to many of my own experiences growing up in Beijing -- the excitement of Lantern Festival, visiting Yellow Mountain, eating delicious candied haws, families gathering for the holidays and studying very hard in school.

There are three ways that you can enter to win the "Where The Mountain Meets The Moon" book:
  1. Post your favorite Grace Lin book title below in the response section of this blog;
  2. Post your favorite Grace Lin book title on our Facebook Page; and
  3. Post your favorite Grace Lin book title on Twitter (you must include @ChinaSprout in your post).
You can enter up to three times -- one entry for each platform (our blog, our Facebook Page and via Twitter). Entries will be accepted starting at midnight, March 14 and the deadline for entry is midnight, March 21, 2011. The entries will be catalogued by entry date and time, and the winner will be chosen via a random number generator software program. The winner will be chosen within 2 days of the entry date deadline. The winner must respond within 5 days of receiving notice, or the entry will be forfeited, and another winner will be selected. You must live in the United States or Canada and be 18+ to enter. Read the Official Giveaway Rules for further guidelines.

Good luck, and happy reading!


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18 comments:

ky0gene said...

I love Where the Mountain Meets the Moon! :)

Anonymous said...

Where the mountain meets the moon, along with Ting and Ling

Sherri
beachcombermom2004@yahoo.com

wileen said...

My favorite Grace Lin book is Round is a Mooncake.

Name: The Bryant Family said...

My daughter likes Dim Sum for Everyone!

Reading Teacher said...

I love Ling and Ting, but Where the Mountain Meets the Moon is one of my favorite books! I love introducing my students to it!

Lesley said...

I like The Seven Chinese Sisters.

Kristen said...

My daughter's favorite is Ling and Ting: Not Exactly The Same...but personally I love Where the Mountain Meets the Moon the best. We love ALL of Grace's books, she is AWESOME!

Lisa H said...

I love them all! But if I have to choose one, I'll choose Where the Mountain Meets the Moon.

The Sanders said...

Dim Sum for Everyone!

LmCulp said...

How do I pick? We love Kite Flying especially during this windy spring. We also love the Seven Chinese Sisters which Grace Lin illustrated. She is one of our favorite author/illustrators.

Denise said...

I have two favorites "Dim Sum for Everyone" and "One Year in Beijing."

artmarcia said...

"Ugly Vegetables" is one of my favorite books by Grace Lin.

Wendy Shang said...

Too hard to choose! Where the Mountain Meets the Moon was a huge hit with my family, but my daughter and I loved the utterly charming Ling and Ting.

Anonymous said...

Our favorite is Red is a Dragon and the page "Pink is a peony" because she looks like my daughter! We love all Grace's books.

Cheers!

Lynne

Anonymous said...

We also love Dim Sum for Everyone which we always take with us to (surprise) go out to eat dim sum.

lynnehasselman@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

We (my daughter and I) would probably choose Lissy's Friends.
Denise
delato@aol.com

BeecherMemories said...

Our children love Ling and Ting, Not Exactly the Same. They are often mistaken for twins so this book resonates with them. We have not yet read Where the Mountain Meets the Moon but will definately do so soon!

Thanks so much for your blog and store at ChinaSprout

Julie L said...

We have Dim Sum for Everyone (my favorite) & hope to get Where the Mountain Meets the Moon!