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BOOK Giveaway: Gator on the Loose!

By Jackie Burrell
Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 at 11:51 am in Books, Contest.

Gator on the Loose An alligator in the city pool on Memorial Weekend? Who you gonna call? OK, maybe not Ghostbusters. Try the Carters’ Animal Rescue Team, instead – they’re the heroes of Sue Stauffacher’s new book, “Gator on the Loose!” The comic tale of the Carters – 10-year-old Keisha, Mama, Daddy, Grandma, Razi and baby Paulo – is aimed at young readers, ages 8-10. And it can be yours!

Click “comments” and tell us, do you have an end-of-school ritual? Do you host a classroom party or neighborhood bash? Give homemade gifts to teachers? We’ll draw a winner’s name next week! (Meanwhile, congrats are due to Lyn Palme, who won last week’s “Jellybeans” giveaway!)

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6 Responses to “BOOK Giveaway: Gator on the Loose!”

  1. susan Says:

    Our ritual is to have a back yard bar-b-q.. The kids look forward to it all year!

  2. Mia J. Says:

    We always do an end of year party at school with food, games, face painting etc. It is always a fun time for all.

  3. Kelly Ann T. Says:

    We go on a camping trip after school is out. The kids love it and we bond over the fire, games, fishing and playing in the water. Of course s’mores are always involved; wouldn’t be a camping trip without them.

  4. Jason Says:

    We have a Bonfire party out at the cabin. Everyone loves it

    jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com

  5. wendy wallach Says:

    I give cards and gifts to the teachers.

    madamerkf at aol dot com

  6. Cindi Says:

    I like to show teachers’ appreciation at the end of the school year with gift cards!
    During the month of June, we have a neighborhood block
    party…
    Many thanks, Cindi

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