Found out that as a part of Goodreads I can host a giveaway of Harold Hark — how cool is that? So I’ve decided to giveaway two copies. Enter soon because it ends on November 30th, 2013. Consider it a Black Friday, Christmas-y, November-ish present for you (if you win of course, but I can make no promises).
You have to be a Goodreads member to enter, but otherwise it’s so easy and fun. Hopefully it will work well enough that I’ll do it again. Who knows?
The entry button will be in this post and on the side in a really cool way, so you can’t miss it. Have fun and let me know it you entered!
A few months ago I found out about an amazing illustrator, Molly Idle. I’ve wanted to read her books since I read her interview over at a fun blog called 7 Impossible Things Before Breakfast.
So I was thrilled to find one of her books – Tea Rex – at my local library!
Tea Rex (Viking, April 2013)
I think I read it about 4 times. The illustrations were gorgeous, I mean seriously if I ever have half her talent I’ll be doing amazing. Her dinosaurs are adorable and who could resist a story about tea?
So in honor of her beautiful book and the fond memories I have of tea with my family (we’re serious tea drinkers) — I made a printable, postcard sized, Dinosaur Tea Party Invitations.
They have dinosaurs on the front and spots on the back for when, where, and notes so you can add extra instructions for your party. I had so much fun making them even giving the girl dino a hat like the character in Tea Rex.
If you sign up to receive email updates in November you’ll get this printable for free! Yup, cause I’m nice like that. Just click on the subscribe button below, enter your name and email and you’ll receive a link to your free copy. So check out Tea Rex from your local library or buy it* and plan a party! Cake or cookies are always a nice addition, and while we’re at it can I come over for it?
Here’s the Dinosaur Tea Board I’ve created on Pinterest. It’s a collaboration board so use the contact page here or comment on one of the pins and I might add you.
Have a favorite tea memory? Or maybe it has something to do with cake, I’m easy. Leave a comment below.