Wednesday, April 27, 2011

8 Great Dates for Moms and Daughters Book GIVEAWAY


Harvest House is allowing me to give 3 copies of this fabulous book to my readers. I am so excited because those of you with daughters between 8 - 12 years old (now or in the future) will really enjoy the times together that 8 Great Dates for Moms & Daughters by Dannah Gresh allows. I posted a review yesterday including a window into date #1 with my daughter, go check it out to get more of an overview of what to expect.

To Win One of Three Copies of 



Below are the various ways you can enter and the fine print.
  • Please remember to leave one comment for each.
  • Comments will close Monday, May 2ND at midnight (ET).
  • US addresses only.
  • Please note, once I post the winner you will have 48 hours to notify me or I will pick another. If you leave an email address, I will also email you if you win. 
  • Winners are chosen using the random generator.
TO ENTER:

Leave a comment telling me why you would like to win a copy of 8 Great Dates for Moms and Daughters

BONUS ENTRIES: (8 extra entries)
  • Follow Dannah Gresh's blog.
  • Follow Missional Mama blog (me) on GFC or any reader and let me know which one (me).
  • Blog about the giveaway and leave me the link.
  • Add the link to this giveaway on your facebook wall.
  • Like Harvest House on Facebook
  • Follow @Harvest House on Twitter.
  • Follow @DannahGresh on Twitter
  • Follow @MissionalMama (me) on Twitter
  • Tweet about the giveaway including @MissionalMama or use the following: Win a copy of  the 8 Great Dates for Moms and Daughters book http://bit.ly/gB7zd3 @MissionalMama #giveaways

47 comments:

Jessie said...

I have 2 daughters. One is our biological 11 year old and the other moved in with us shortly after the Earthquake in Haiti. She is 12. We have made many adjustements with the newest addition and I have found it is difficult to begin instilling our family values into a child who is already a tween with a completely different background. I WANT THIS BOOK. I think it would help me tremendously I reach out to both of our tween girls.

Now, I did some of the extra stuff for more entires. Do I really comment seperately for each of them? Or am I misunderstanding that instruction? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I think quality time with our girls is sooo important. I love the idea of this book and would love to try some new stuff for bonding. It's hard to make one on one time with each child and this book would help make sure that happens. The fact that you like it Amy makes me want to try it out. Love ya, Jess Grote

Jessie said...

I blogged about it over on my blog.

http://wp.me/p188g9-kN

Jessie said...

I tweeted it.

Jessie said...

I followed Harvest House on twitter

Jessie said...

I followed DannahGresh on twitter

Jessie said...

I followed MissionalMama on twitter

Jessie said...

I now follow MissionalMama through my feed reader (on windows live). For an added bonus I added you to my sidebar (on my blog) just because I really like your blog and I'm happy to have found it.

Whew. I'm done.

Susan C. said...

I'm not sure if I am doing the right as I have never blogged and I don't Twitter. I do, however, have a Fb and will do what is ask for FB. That being said, I have a 13 yr old daughter that I have homeschooled in the past. This past year, she really wanted to try a PS so I put her in a private school, thinking that would be the best of both worlds. I was wrong :( Since she has been in the private school, she has become withdrawn from the family and treats us all like we are in her way and that she is doing us a favor by being in this house. My heart is so sad because we use to have such a great relationship. I will let her finish out this year and next year she will be coming back to home schooling. I'm thinking this book may help us get our "relationship" back because at this point, it's hard to go on a mom/daughter date with her. She is judgemental of everything I say and do and it makes it hard being around her. I would like to do some fun things again and bring her "back" to our family life. Thanks so much! God Bless :)

WBM said...

I haven't heard of this book and hopped over to your blog via Hip Homeschool Moms. But, I'm mama to three precocious little girls (ages 6, 4, and 2) and getting a jump start on bonding, forming relationships and tying heart strings would be so appreciated. This book seems like it could be written for me! So I'd love to win a copy! :)

WBM said...

I also followed you on twitter. I'm so glad to have found your blog!

WBM said...

I also tweeted about the giveaway.

WBM said...

I also followed @DannahGresh on twitter. So glad to find her blog too! :)

Natalie said...

i'd like to win this for my 5 daughters and myself...so needed!!!!

natalienweeks@ gmail.com

Natalie said...

following dannah's blog rss

natalienweeks@ gmail.com

Natalie said...

following u thru gfc!

natalienweeks@gmail.com

Natalie said...

i like harvest house!

natalienweeks@ gmail.com

Natalie said...

following harvest house!

natalienweeks@ gmail.com

Natalie said...

following dannah gresh

natalienweeks@ gmail.com

Natalie said...

following YOU :)

natalienweeks@gmail. com

Natalie said...

tweet'd!

natalienweeks@ gmail.com

KLow said...

Would love to have these great ideas to share with my daughter. We are the only females in the house and need our special times together.

KLow said...

Tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/klowcrafts/status/63694465277235200

KLow said...

Following Missional Mama with GFC

KLow said...

Following Missional Mama on twitter

KLow said...

Following Dannah Gresh on Twitter.

Natalie said...

posted on my fb wall!

natalienweeks @gmail.com

Sabrina said...

This would be a great book for my 9 year old daughter and I to work through. She is getting older and discussions and dates are going to be very important to discuss important topics.

Sr_hubbard at yahoo dot com

amy in peru said...

Why I'd love a copy of the book:
I'm really needing to concentrate on my relationship oldest daughter, she's 8. I see her acting out lately because she needs me. She has two older brothers who usually get most of the attention because they're louder, ahead of her in school, etc. She needs to know what it means to be a lady and why it is valuable.

These are things that I can obviously teach her with or without a book, but I'd LOVE to have some practical ideas!

amy in peru

amy in peru said...

followed you on twitter :)

amy in peru

amy in peru said...

i follow you :)

amy in peru said...

i now follow dannah's blog :)

amy in peru

amy in peru said...

twittered the giveaway :)

amy in peru

Rachelle said...

I'd love a copy of this great book! I would love some new tools in helping me to get the most out of mother-daughter time, and ministering to my daughter most effectively!

Rachelle said...

I am now following Dana Gresh's blog!

Rachelle said...

I am now following Missional Mama's blog on Yahoo reader and facebook!

Rachelle said...

I now "like" Harvest House on Facebook.

The Dear Family said...

I'm a mom of 2 girls with one on the way. Totally need it!

The Dear Family said...

I follow @ddear1

The Dear Family said...

I follow your blog

Dana said...

After having my daughter in Montessori Preschool for 2 years we are opting for homeschooling. I spent all my time volunteering to still be near her so....

drcarmic@cox.net

Jennifer said...

I would like to win this because Danah Gresch is a great author!

Jennifer said...

I follow Danah's blog!

Jennifer said...

I follow you on GFC!
jcailor

Jennifer said...

Follow you on twitter.
FlowerElephant

Jennifer said...

Follow Harvest House on twitter.
FlowerElephant

Jennifer said...

I follow Dannah on twitter!
FlowerElephant