Contests & Giveaways | November 2022

Each month we feature free and fun book contests and giveaways. We hope you will enjoy the following opportunities as well as the author and book resources available via TeachingBooks.

Win a copy of Luminous: Living Things That Light Up the Night by Julia Kuo (Elementary)

When it’s dark out, we need to see. But what if your body could make its own light? Kids will marvel at the science of bioluminescence through stunning images of glowing creatures and other organisms in this “surprisingly simple yet mesmerizing introduction to a wonder of the natural world” (Kirkus STARRED Review). “Gorgeous…..encourages observation and wonder.” (Horn Book STARRED Review).

Greystone Kids is giving away 5 copies of Luminous. Submit an entry for a chance to win!

Deadline: November 21, 2022 (Open to U.S. and Canadian Addresses)

Explore the teacher’s guide!

Win a copy of A Bear, a Bee, and a Honey Tree by Daniel Bernstrom and Brandon James Scott (Elementary)

Boisterous, buzzing and selected for the 101 Great Books for Kids list from Evanston Public Library, Daniel Bernstrom and Brandon James Scott’s rhythmic read-aloud picture book A Bear, A Bee, and a Honey Tree will have kids laughing and learning to read.

Hippo Park and Astra Books for Young Readers is giving away 5 copies of A Bear, A Bee, and a Honey Tree. Submit an entry for a chance to win!

Deadline: November 21, 2022 (Open to U.S. and Canadian Addresses)

Explore the activity pack!

Win a copy of New Kids & Underdogs by Margaret Finnegan (Middle Grade)

When perpetual new kid Robyn signs up her special needs dogs for agility training, she gets an unexpected lesson in friendship in this funny and moving middle grade novel from Margaret Finnegan, the author of We Could Be Heroes and Susie B. Won’t Back Down.

Atheneum Books for Young Readers is giving away 5 copies of New Kids & Underdogs. Submit an entry for a chance to win!

Deadline: November 28, 2022 (Open to U.S. Addresses)

Listen to the Meet-the-Author Recording!

Win a copy of So Much Snow by Kristen Schroeder and Sarah Jacoby (Elementary)

This beautifully illustrated, rollicking read aloud teaches days of the week as it follows forest animals who are caught—literally up to their ears and antlers—in a weeklong snowstorm. On Sunday, the sun starts to melt the snow, and as the week passes it seems that spring has finally sprung . . . but wait, is that more snow?

Random House Studio is giving away 5 copies of So Much Snow. Submit an entry for a chance to win!

Deadline: November 29, 2022 (Open to U.S. Addresses)

Play the jigsaw puzzle!

Win a copy of A Long Way from Home by Laura Schaefer (Middle Grade)

When anxious Abby meets two boys from the future who need her help, she decides to escape the depressing present by traveling to their time with them. But that’s not as simple as it seems.

Lerner Publishing Group is giving away 5 ARCs of A Long Way from Home. Submit an entry for a chance to win!

Deadline: November 30, 2022 (Open to U.S. Addresses)

Explore the discussion guide!

Win a copy of Torch by Lyn Miller-Lachmann (Young Adult)

When 17-year-old Pavol fatally sets himself on fire in Prague in 1969 to protest the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, his three best friends must figure out how to survive an oppressive regime without him.

Lerner Publishing Group is giving away 5 ARCs of Torch. Submit an entry for a chance to win!

Deadline: November 30, 2022 (Open to U.S. Addresses)

Explore the discussion guide!

Win a copy of Mr. McCloskey’s Marvelous Mallards: The Making of Make Way for Ducklings by Emma Bland Smith and Becca Stadtlander (Elementary)

This behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the classic and beloved picture book Make Way for Ducklings will captivate young artists, writers, readers, and animal lovers alike.

Astra Books for Young Readers is giving away 10 copies of Mr. McCloskey’s Marvelous Mallards. Submit an entry for a chance to win!

Deadline: November 30, 2022 (Open to U.S. Addresses)

Explore the discussion guide!

Win a copy of Finally, Something Dangerous: The One and Onlys and the Case of the Robot Crow by Doug Cornett (Middle Grade)

The mystery solving trio, the One and Onlys, from Finally, Something Mysterious, is back with another page-turning middle grade whodunit. Robot crows, a poetry/wrestling club, and a hamster infestation? Sounds like another fun case to tackle!

Knopf Books for Young Readers is giving away 5 copies of Finally, Something Dangerous. Submit an entry for a chance to win!

Deadline: November 30, 2022 (Open to U.S. Addresses)

Explore the author website for Doug Cornett!

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