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[Book Giveaway] Silver People: Voices from the Panama Canal by Margarita Engle



To celebrate World Poetry Day and International Day of Forests (March 21, 2016), we'll be giving away a copy of Newbery Honoree and Pura Belpré winner Margarita Engle's middle grade to young adult novel, Silver People: Voices from the Panama Canal!

Masterfully written in melodic free verse poetry, Silver People "brings to life every bit of Panama, from the horrible working conditions of the islanders, forced to dig the canal for next-to-nothing wages, to the lush forest and wildlife" (School Library Journal). Engle has described the book as "my personal love letter to [the endangered] tropical rain forests." Many thanks to Margarita Engle for generously donating a signed copy of the book.


Quick 'n' Easy Instructions

  • To be entered into the draw to win, you must fill out and submit the entry form below.
  • Giveaway is open until March 20, 2016 at midnight EST.
  • You must be at least 18 years of age to enter. 
  • The winner will be chosen randomly on World Poetry Day/International Day of Forests (March 21, 2016).
Okay so here's how it works. Some questions on the entry form are entirely optional, others you absolutely must fill out. Fields marked with a red asterisk must be completed. Filling out the optional questions earns you extra entries. Extra entries are a good thing you know, because they increase your chances of winning. The number of extra entries earned per question is indicated after each question on the form. If you fill out the form now and complete more extra entries later, you may enter again (We’ll add them to your first entries).

Thank you for entering, good luck and enjoy #WorldPoetryDay and #IntForestDay!

The giveaway is officially closed. Congratulations to winner Tammi Browne-Bannister.

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