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We are a read-aloud kind of a family. I’m not the mom who will get down on the floor and play dolls or tea party but I am a reader. I learned a ton by living vicariously through others from stories. We read lots and I’m always looking for engaging stories that help promote good character.

Win or Lose I Love You Tommy Mommy Giveaway

Recently, we received a copy of Win or Lose I Love You! from Tommy Mommy and it’s a delightful story!  Lulu & Max are getting ready to crown the king of the forest and are having a series of competitions. Through the games, there are sore winners and sore losers. And you learn from the extreme examples, obviously. But the real winner is more subtle–the bear who is the cheerleader of everyone and tries to make everyone feel good, even though he didn’t win a thing.

Written by Lysa TerKeurst (author of several adult books including Unglued, which is one of my favorites!), this book is beautifully illustrated and well told. The pages are thick and since the book is hardcover, it will last a bit longer than your average paperback.  Plus the binding is sewn, not glued. That is book dork heaven right there!

Are you interested in a copy of Win or Lose I Love You! for the little girl (or boy), in your life?  Enter to win a copy using the widget below.

Please note that you must leave a comment on my blog post as a required entry. Leaving the answer within the widget does not count. Thank you for your integrity folks!


Good luck!

Jen S.

2 Comments on Promoting Character With Good Stories {Tommy Mommy Review & Giveaway}

  1. Brittany
    7 November 2015 at 2:21 PM (9 years ago)

    I just happened across your blog this week while looking over Catholic children’s bible reviews. I was really pleased with what I found! Thanks so much!
    This book looks great! I have five littles ranging in age from 7 to 8m and I love sharing lessons through stories, win or lose this giveaway, I think we’ll have to get this book!


  2. Merry
    6 November 2015 at 3:25 PM (9 years ago)

    I tell my kids that God loves them no matter what. We use some bible stories as illustrations of that.


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