September 25, 2017

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Win a Christine Brodien-Jones Fantasy Novel Pack

Ancient winged beasts, giant scorpions, and mysterious silver owls are just a few of the creatures that populate Christine Brodien-Jones’s compelling fantasy books for children. The author of three middle grade novels—The Owl Keeper (2010), The Scorpions of Zahir (2012), and new in July, The Glass Puzzle (Delacorte)—Brodien-Jones thrills the adventurous heart in every reader with these exciting tales for ages 10 and up. SLJ says “Brodien-Jones does a beautiful job of weaving an engaging story of intrigue, myth, and adventure. Her characters seem to jump off the pages and stay with readers long after the story ends, as their transformative journey becomes ours.”

Five lucky winners will receive a Christine Brodien-Jones Fantasy pack (one copy each of The Owl Keeper, The Scorpions of Zahir, and The Glass Puzzle). To enter, send an email to CBJGiveaway@gmail.com with Fantasy Packyour name, shipping address, and email address. Entries must be received by midnight (PDT) on June 20, 2013. Winners will be selected in a random drawing on June 24 and notified via email. One entry per person, please; prizes will only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

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