Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Colonel Trash Truck = giveaway

Colonel Trash Truck is a fun educational book. This book is geared more towards young children age’s three to six. This book teaches children that it is important to recycle and pick up trash versus littering. The loveable hero in this book is a large, green trash truck named…Colonel Trash Truck.

This book is written with simple and easy words. Plus I like that the words are printed in big size. This is nice because when I read with my nephews, they can see and read the words with me. The illustrations were great. They had lots of color. In addition to being fun. I thought that the pictures on the page coordinated well with the story and what was on the page at that moment. If you want to teach your kids how to recycle, then check out Colonel Trash Truck.

I am giving away one copy of this book to one of my followers. Open to US and Canada only. Contest ends November 30th.


Linda said...

I have a grandson who is just turning four years old. This sounds like a great book to get him started on the path of environmental awareness. A most important issue in today's world.

Thanks for the giveaway. I follow your blog through Google Reader.

edmontonjb said...

I follow and would love to win this for my son.

Wanda said...

I am a follower. Please enter my name in your draw. Thanks.

Jane said...

This would be a great book for my niece.

I'm a follower of this blog.

janie1215 AT excite DOT com

Carol M said...

I would love to win this for my grandson. I want him to learn now that it's important to recycle and not to litter.

I'm a follower.

mittens0831 at aol dot com

Belinda M said...

I follow

Please include me in your giveaway

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Marilu said...

I follow through Google!
This sounds like a great book. I would love to win it for my son. Please enter me. Thanks
lovemykidsandbooks AT gmail DOT com

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