GIVEAWAY: “BabyLit, Comin’ Up Roses”

Thank you for dropping by my Raising Jane Journal to participate in my giveaways! We’ve chosen a winner for this giveaway already (click here for details), but don’t be afraid to leave a comment anyway. I love reading them. And stay tuned for more great MaryJanesFarm giveaways.

In the “Comin’ Up Roses,” Feb/Mar issue of MaryJanesFarm, you’ll find such “Timeless Reading” farmgirl favorites as Pride and Prejudice. And for your little ones, publisher Gibbs Smith developed their BabyLit board-book series to introduce young children to the world of classic literature. In Pride & Prejudice: A BabyLit® Counting Primer, you and your child will stroll through 1 English village to meet 2 rich gentlemen and discover what happens when the 5 Bennet sisters encounter 4 marriage proposals! Alison Oliver’s charming illustrations accompany Jennifer Adams’ clever, simple text to make this take on a beloved classic perfect for little ones.

For a chance to win a FREE BabyLit® sampler, share with us the title of the book you’re currently reading in the comments below. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-February.


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  1. Jennifer Chiriboga says:

    I am reading “The Lost Art of Dress: The Women Who Once Made America Stylish” by Linda Przybyszewski.

  2. Megan Linenberger says:

    I just started The All Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion!

  3. Celeste Kizer says:

    I read books daily I love as a school librarian, but my favorite this week was “Going Down to Mexico” by Lucas Miller “The Singing Zoologist” about Monarch butterflies!

  4. Josie Davis says:

    The Dog’s Purpose

  5. Win Curtis says:

    Enemy Women

  6. Suzanna Drozd-Kowalski says:

    Steven Cosgrove’s bug book collection. I used to read these to my boys and now with my grandsons. They boys split the collection in half. They treasure them.

  7. m greenwood says:

    How to grow more vegetables. Planning summer garden.

  8. erin says:

    Disappearing Spoon 🙂

  9. Corrine says:

    A Tree Grows in Brooklyn ~

  10. Amanda Munford says:

    I’m currently reading Under The Tuscan Sun. I love the movie and don’t know why I didn’t read it sooner!

  11. Cathy Miller says:

    The Orphanmaster by Jean Zimmermam

  12. Jane Ryan says:

    I am reading Eat Dirt by Dr Josh Axe. Trying to help out one of my boys that has tummy issues.

  13. Debbie Evans says:

    Currently reading “Being Mortal”

  14. Angelique McCormick says:


  15. Miranda Taylor says:

    The secret life of Victoria grant

  16. Kneffy says:

    Family Tree by Barbara Delinsky

  17. Connie Hester says:


  18. Jana Blackwood says:

    I’m reading My Name is Lucy Barton. It is a great book!

  19. Lizzie says:

    Falling by Jane Green

  20. Maureen vandeusen says:

    The death of Santini

  21. Wanda says:

    I am reading The Night Circus.

  22. Kari Workman says:

    To Kill a Mockingbird, Frog and Toad All Year, and Ralph S. Mouse

  23. Ashley Mills says:

    I have read the complete works of Jane Austin every year since I was 15 and will continue to the rest of my life.

  24. Nicole says:

    Ross Poldark

  25. Dorothy says:

    The Valley of Amazement by Amy Tan

  26. Becky says:

    Several… Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker, Chiaverini; Happy Hens & Fresh Eggs, Langford; See Me, Nicholas Sparks, & The Mistletoe Secret by Richard Paul Evans….

  27. Pamela Herd says:

    The Supernatural Ways of Royalty
    A Mary Jane’s Farm subscriber! Love my magazine.

  28. Janet Kynerd says:

    One Simple Act by Debbie Macomber.

  29. Marilyn Barclay Jennings says:

    The Moonflower Vine

  30. Jodel Guerrero says:

    Debbie Macomber Always Dakota

  31. Alvena says:

    The Tea House on Mulberry Street by Sharon Owens.

  32. Jill Yelland-DeMooy says:

    My current book is “Secrets from Chuckling Goat”.

  33. Gus Lott says:

    “Lab Girl” by Hope Jahren

  34. Jamie Moeckly says:

    The Giver by Lois Lowry

  35. Sara says:

    The Broken Way

  36. Sheree Norman says:

    The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared
    By Jonas Jonasson

  37. Danielle DeMarco says:

    Henrietta lacks

  38. Win Curtis says:

    Ememy Women

  39. Lisa Harness says:

    The Mother-Daughter Book Club; Pies & Prejudice by Heather Vogel Frederick

  40. Carly Mann says:

    So excited to share Pride and Prejudice with my daughters!!
    I am currently reading “How to Raise a Wild Child”

  41. Tammy Hanley says:

    Just this morning I finished Varney the Vampyre, all 237 chapters of it! In case no one knows, it is *the* original vampire tale, serialized as a Penny Dreadful in England from 1845 to 1847.

  42. Mary Young says:

    The Age of Acquiescence, by Steve Fraser. I’m trying to figure out how the US got iitself into its current pickle. I am also reading American Cake, by Anne Byrn, because every life must also find joy. Oh, these delicious cakes!

  43. Kathleen Nowell says:

    Sense and Sensibility

  44. Lindy Davenport says:

    “Bits & Bridle”
    I’m a Grammy that loves to read to her babies! These books look amazing! Thanks for sharing.💖

  45. Randy Baker says:

    Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon, just checked it out of the library

  46. A Clash of Kings by George RR Martin

  47. Ashley Martin says:

    The Shack

  48. Roxanne Schellman says:

    Currently reading “Ghost Buck” by Dean Bennett. Good stuff!

  49. Jen says:

    The Birth House By Amish McKay

  50. Sheri Ezekiel says:

    Pride and prejudice and zombies

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