Sunday, November 4, 2012

Patti's Perfect Profession Book Giveaway

Recently we learned about different careers and community helpers. Patti's Perfect Profession was a perfect book for generating a discussion for talking about what we want to be when we grow up, about trying out different careers, and finding the one that is just right. It is also a great book for inspiring kids to try new things, using their imagination, and believing they can do whatever they set their mind to.
After reading the book we brainstormed what the kids want to be when they grow up and drew pictures to match. 






The author of Patti's Perfect Profession has graciously offered to giveaway a copy of her book as well as a copy of her newest book Patrick Pretends. One lucky winner will be chosen for each. 

To enter the giveaway you can do any or all of the following:
1) Visit Andrea's blog
2) Become her friend on Facebook
3) Follow her on Twitter
4) Leave a comment sharing a way you could use either book in your classroom

You can leave one comment for all of the requirements or a separate comment for each one you do. Don't forget to leave your name and email address. The giveaway ends at midnight Sunday November 11, 2012. Good luck everyone!!

5 comments:

Jany said...

Hi!
Thank you Mrs. Larremore for this amazing giveaway
Thank you to the author of the both books
I love playing with children by a book
I'm really sure this's a good book for inspiring my nephew(he turns 3 years old tomorrow),my niece (she's 8 years old)and me. I'm refer to Patti's Perfect Profession book.

luttrell97 said...

Oh my goodness!! I wish I had this book 3 weeks ago when we were learning about community helpers and jobs! It would really open up a lot of careers that my rural students may not think about!The Patrick Pretends would be amazing in my Pre-K class as well! My students tend to continue pretending the same things over and over...maybe Patrick could expand that wonderful imagination!!

luttrell97 said...

Sorry... I was so excited about the books I forgot to leave my name and email. Rochelle roeken1997@gmail.com

susan said...

I visited Andrea's blog ~ love the ideas!
I follow her on Twitter.
Patrick Pretends would be perfect for exploring our creative side!
susan chew
susaaan@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I visited Andrea's blog;
I follow her on twitter;
I'm her friend on Facebook;
And I would use Pattis Perfect Profession when we study community helpers later on in the year.

Shelly McDonald
shelly-romanos@sbcglobal.net