Welcome to The Kissing Bandit Giveaway
Hosted by Miss Frugal Mommy & Sponsored by The Kissing Bandit
WHAT IS THE KISSING BANDIT?
“The Kissing Bandit opens with a dapper Professor Roade warning the reader that Edora, an exuberantly expressive girl, is looking for kids to kiss. He tells us that she is from a cold, boring, gray land called Blah, but that she left because she never fit in and wanted to shower kids who love to giggle and laugh with lots of kisses! After sharing a few more clues on how the reader can recognize the Kissing Bandit, Professor Roade reveals a surprise…he is Edora in disguise! For the rest of the book, Edora—with the help of the accompanying hand puppet—delights in kissing the reader on the elbow, the back of the neck, the bottom of the feet, and more ticklish spots! Completely spent, Edora ends by thanking the reader for a wonderful “kiss fest” and remarks that she sure will sleep well tonight…”
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Now for the exciting part! One lucky fan is going to win the Kissing Bandit book, box and puppet! This giveaway is open to US residents 18 and older. Enter to win in the giveaway tools below, all entries will be verified, one entrant per household or you will immediately be disqualified. Winner will be contacted via email and has 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. Prize fulfillment is the responsibility of the sponsor and not the participating bloggers. Good Luck!!!
Edna Williams saysOctober 1, 2014 at 4:36 pm
I learned that puppets can be a valuable educational tool.
marnie ward saysSeptember 22, 2014 at 1:49 pm
I think puppets are a great way to use ones’ imagination. You can work through just about any situation with your kids through acting out the scenes with puppets. The puppets keep the kids engage and they will retain what they have learned. I love puppets.
marnie ward saysSeptember 22, 2014 at 1:47 pm
I learned that Spoiled Babies Grow Up to Be Smarter, Kinder Kids. It makes sense to me because when babies are in their development stages the better they treated and the more they are loved the more they are likely love back when they get older. Thanks for the articles. Loved it.
Bertha Wilson saysSeptember 19, 2014 at 6:20 pm
demonstrates the parent & family values of kissing and hugging your child with giggle and laughs and lots of fun.
Bertha Wilson saysSeptember 19, 2014 at 7:40 am
It demonstrates and teaches the value of kissing and hugging your child.
Debbie Bray saysSeptember 18, 2014 at 10:44 pm
I learned that it teaches children about joy and affection