Got Books? Giveaway

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Got Books? is a special event for book bloggers. Let me quote:

“This is a celebration about books, but more so for the bloggers that help tell the world about them. This event is to celebrate book bloggers round the world by shining a light on their efforts, spreading the word about their sites for future follows on your reading rounds, and having a little contest fun along the way.” – Got Books?

So in honour of the event, I have a few giveaways for anyone to enter! But first a little bit about me.

SMS Book Reviews reviews mostly nonfiction and children’s books (from picture books to YA.) I find it easier to review nonfiction and so those reviews are more in depth. Types of nonfiction I especially like: parenting, world religions, other cultures/sociology, psychology, mathematics, general knowledge, science and others. Nice to meet you!

NOTE:  There is a US/Can giveaway, an international giveaway and a Canada Only giveaway. You can only enter for ONE.

1.  The Book About Tony Chestnut by The Learning Station. The link takes you to my review.

Summary: Most North Americans know the song “Tony Chestnut.” Well this is a book version. It comes with a CD with the song and different versions of the story being read aloud. In this story, Tony Chestnut is trying to help his sister Eileen with her friendship troubles. For ages 3-7

This giveaway is open to US/Canada and I have one copy.

2. Your Choice of a Book Under $20.00 US from

I will order whatever book you want from and have it shipped directly to you. Amazon ships worldwide. The only books Amazon doesn’t ship outside the US are ones that would be so extremely heavy you couldn’t get it for under $20 so no worries.The $20 doesn’t include shipping. As long as the book itself is $20 or under.

This giveaway is open Worldwide.

 3.  What The Dead Know by Laura Lippman 

Summary: Thirty years ago, the Bethany girls, ages eleven and fifteen, disappeared from a Baltimore shopping mall. They never returned, their bodies were never recovered, and only painful questions remain. Now, in the aftermath of a rush-hour hit-and-run accident, a clearly disoriented woman is claiming to be Heather, the younger Bethany sister. Not a shred of evidence supports her story, and every lead she reluctantly offers takes the police to another dead end—a dying, incoherent man; a razed house; a missing grave. But she definitely knows something about that terrible day—and about the shocking fissures that the tragedy exposed in the foundation of a seemingly solid family. – from GoodReads

Thanks to HarperCollins Canada I have four copies of What the Dead Know. This giveaway is open to Canadians only!


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About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.