Thursday, December 15, 2011

Gifts for the Reluctant Reader: Graphic Novels from Papercutz (GIVEAWAY)

Do you have a child or grandchild who doesn’t enjoy reading? Sometimes, they’re intimidated by the look of a regular book, but they’ll be excited to read a graphic novel! The colorful comic-strip style makes them fun, and there doesn’t appear to be as many words on the page. Papercutz has a great selection of graphic novels that will appeal to kids. Take a look at these three:

LEGO NINJAGO Masters of Spinjitzu: #1 The Challenge of Samukai!


LEGO NINJAGO® toys are hot this holiday season, and kids will love this classic story of good versus evil with plenty of action and “Spinjitzu.” The LEGO NINJAGO® graphic novels are written by Greg Farshtey, who also wrote the hugely successful BIONICLE® graphic novels. You can find sample pages of this book at www.papercutz.com/ninjago/ninjago1pre1.html.

Garfield & Co: #4 Caroling Capers


The Garfield Show is one of the Cartoon Network’s most popular shows, and now three of the episodes (“King Nermal,” “The Amazing Flying Dog,” and “Caroling Capers”) have been collected in this graphic novel. Just like the TV show, kids will laugh out loud at Garfield’s winter shenanigans!

The Smurfs: #8 The Smurf Apprentice


Did you know that the Smurfs originally appeared in comics, even before the animated TV series and the popular Smurf figurines came on the scene in the ʼ80s? And now, thanks to the wildly successful motion picture this past summer, Smurfs are once again Smurf-tastic! Papercutz is proud to continue publishing the original Smurfs comics by Peyto with the debut of this latest installment!

Visit www.papercutz.com to learn more about these terrific graphic novels, plus all the other graphic novels they publish. Entice your reluctant reader with these fun-to-read tales and adventures!

GIVEAWAY

Papercutz is pleased to offer a holiday giveaway of all three of these kid-pleasing books to one lucky winner: LEGO NINJAGO® Masters of Spinjitzu: #1 The Challenge of Samukai!; The Smurfs: #8 The Smurf Apprentice; and, Garfield & Co: #4 Caroling Capers. To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Contest is open to US residents only and ends on Friday, December 30, 2011 at 11:59 PM EST.

CONTEST CLOSED. Congratulations to the winner: Ann Marie Walker!



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45 comments:

  1. My daughter would love the Disney fairies. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. The Disney Faeries is so cute and my niece would love it, but my nephew would love Garfield!

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  3. Both of my kids would love The Smurfs!

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  4. Like everyone else...my granddaughter would love the Disney Fairies..

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  5. Nikki7:10 PM

    My nephew would LOVE the LEGO NINJAGO Masters!

    loverofanimals49@yahoo.com

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  6. They'd love the Ninjago or Bionical one, and I'd love them to try one of the classic ones too!

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  7. My son would loves all Garfield stuff.

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  8. My oldest son would love any of the Ninjago and my youngest would love the Smurfs since we got the movie he is all about them. :)

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  9. I like the Biionicle series. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. I think my son would enjoy Garfield #1.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOt)com

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  11. TALES OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM
    ramblingsandadventures(at)gmail(dot)com

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  12. My son would like Monster Mess. sgtevil at msn dot com

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  13. Lego Ninjano is what my kids would like to read.

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  14. Carrie4:42 AM

    My daughter would like Sybil

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  15. Disney fairies
    gkuroda(at)gmail.com

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  16. my kids would love all smurfs stuff

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  17. My Son Would Love the Ninja Lego books!!

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  18. My granddaughter would love to read the DISNEY FAIRIES #5 comics.

    alittlepieceofheaven777(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. My son would love the Bionicle one

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  20. Disney Fairies is one that my daughter would enjoy.

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  21. Tristan would like Tales From The Crypt.
    traymona(at)aol.com

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  22. My daughter would like DISNEY FAIRIES: Tinker Bell
    and the Great Fairy Rescue.

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  23. Daniel M9:26 PM

    disney faires tinker bell for my niece! - godan[at]comcast[d0t]net

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  24. My son would love the Lego Ninjago book.

    leachnastro@att.net

    Hollie S

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  25. I think my grandson would like Bionicle
    marika200@hotmail.com

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  26. SMURFS
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  27. He would love the Hardy Boys.
    mintstatesportswear(at)juno(dot)com

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  28. My daughter would also like sybil!

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  29. My daughter would love any of the smurf comics

    felecia@twinoaksfl.org

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  30. charline on rafflecoptor
    The boys would like monster mess
    stanleybilly(at)bellsouth(dot)net

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  31. my son would love these! awesome giveaway!

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  32. erica h12:19 AM

    My niece would love the disney fairies comics! (and so would I!)

    erica.heft(at)gmail.com

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  33. I know my daughter would love Dance Class.

    PaintedPony17@yahoo.com

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  34. My daughter would like Disney Fairies graphic novel vol. 1 “Prilla's Talent”

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  35. My son will read an entire graphic novel. His new favorite Lego theme is Ninjago. I know he would enjoy reading LEGO NINJAGO Masters of Spinjitzu: #1 The Challenge of Samukai!

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  36. Jessica Rose10:25 AM

    The Monster books

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  37. My son would love BIONICLE.

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  38. Tales from the Crypt

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  39. My kids love graphic novels. I think they would love most of them especially Ninjago.

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  40. My son would like the three scrooges!
    cmarquez482(at)ymail(dot)com

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  41. My kids would love the Lego NInjagq one.

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  42. the Disney Fairies.

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  43. The Three Stooges.

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