Giveaway: The Parent Backpack for Kindergarten through Grade 5 by ML Nichols

Giveaway: The Parent Backpack by ML NicholsIf you’re a bookworm like me, you know the only thing better than a good book is a good book that doesn’t cost you a penny. You’re in the right place.

I recently reviewed The Parent Backpack for Kindergarten through Grade 5 by ML Nichols. I learned a lot about how to prepare my children for elementary school and beyond. For the full scoop, check out my review.

This is not a sponsored post–not that I’m opposed to that sort of thing. 

One lucky reader will win a copy of The Parent Backpack.

There is one (1) mandatory entry of commenting on the blog post. You may fill out as many entries as you wish on the Rafflecopter form and you can visit daily to earn more entries and increase your chance to win! Giveaway ends midnight EST on October 10. Winner announced October 11. For full terms and conditions, please read my official promotional rules.

Want something else free? The Parent Backpack website is loaded with free resources for parents and educators.

It’s high time you entered the giveaway. Good luck!

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Just the facts, Jack: I received a courtesy copy of The Parent Backpack for Kindergarten through Grade 5: How to Support Your Child’s Education, End Homework Meltdowns, and Build Parent-Teacher Connections by ML Nichols in order to facilitate this giveaway. I received no compensation for this post.

 

 

 

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About Nicole Robinson

Nicole Robinson is a Dallas-based freelance writer who specializes in college planning, parenting, women’s lifestyle, education, and self-help. But she's always hungry to munch on new topics. In addition to writing for The BookWormMama blog, Nicole provides content, copywriting and proofreading services for various publications.

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Giveaway: The Parent Backpack for Kindergarten through Grade 5 by ML Nichols — 13 Comments

  1. My son just started first grade so I am hoping to learn about learning expectations for boys, private school vs public school, how to talk to teacher, and how to make a difference at school. Thanks for the chance to win the book.

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