I’ve had a wonderful last 12 months as a recipient of an Indiana Arts Commission Grant. I’ve worked with a talented illustrator (Taylor Lucas), published my second book (Rapunzel the Hairbrained), learned about the world of self-publishing, held 10 fairy tea parties, and hosted 5 workshops building self-esteem in girls. To celebrate the end of my grant period, I’m giving away 10 free signed copies of my new children’s picture book, Rapunzel the Hairbrained. You also get a Rapunzel the Hairbrained bookmark and comb.
About the Book
Rapunzel thinks about her hair—and only her hair. If she ever escapes her tower, will she be prepared for the real world? Is there a place in the kingdom for a girl so hairbrained? The first section of the book puts a new spin on the classic tale through bouncy rhymes and lively illustrations. The second section is designed for young readers to enjoy independently or with adult mentorship. Discuss what traits girls should really value in themselves in a world where so much emphasis is based on appearance. End by writing a fairy tale starring you and your unique talents!
All you need to do to enter to win is write a comment below answering this question:
In one sentence, what makes someone beautiful?
Enter by June 29. I’ll contact the winners to collect mailing addresses. You are welcome to post one comment each day to increase your chances of winning.
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This project is made possible by the support of the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency.