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.


Stay tuned for more magazine-related giveaways. If you’re not yet a subscriber to my magazine, MaryJanesFarm, subscribe here for $19.95/year.

  1. Keirsten Gustafson says:

    Unnatural Creatures by Neil Gaiman

  2. Rebeckah sutcliffe says:

    Reading “the way of he fertile soul”

    It’s an epic read! Highly suggest to all women!

    Rebeckah lynn

  3. Kathleen Roper says:

    The Arabian Nights

  4. Hope L. says:

    “A Woman’s Place” by Katelyn Beaty.

  5. Eveline says:

    The only and only Ivan, I read to kids in the library.

  6. Holly Schunk says:

    Mary Jane’s Outpost by Maryjane Butters

  7. Marcia Cederberg says:

    Bank Job

  8. Carmen says:

    To kill a mockingbird

  9. Amy says:

    The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck

  10. Dawn Dawson says:

    Jane Eyre

  11. Joni Kelley says:

    A good month for murder. The inside story of a homicide squad.

  12. Eva Hammond says:

    I have been reading Revelations
    in the King James Bible.

  13. Dawn Hulmer says:

    Ethan Fromme

  14. Annie Wilkinson says:

    Emma by Jane Austen.

  15. Jac Brewer says:

    Same kinda different as me

  16. Susan Lohnes says:

    I am reading The China Study by T.Colin Campbell,Phd
    And Thomas M. Campbell II ,MD.
    This book is one that any literate person who is interested in nutrition should be reading.
    The book is jaw droppingly amazing. The diseases and conditions that are effected by the food choices we make, and the way the government dolls out or prevents information to be deseminated to the public so that we can make our own decisions with regards to the foods we eat and how they are grown , what they are sprayed with and all the science that changed the way we eat. This book has me considering taking a course that Cornell university is teaching on line.
    That being said , how I love each and every MaryJane magazine and I look forward to each one.
    Susan Lohnes from China Village, Maine ❣

  17. Debra Bucklen says:

    Death come to Pemberley, P.D. James

  18. glenda blackman says:

    a man called ove

  19. Terri Hopler says:

    A Homemade Life by Molly Wizenberg

  20. Sue says:

    Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

  21. Lucy says:

    Pilgrim’s Progress

  22. Carolyn Treibley says:

    Hello! I am currently reading, “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life,” by Barbara Kingsolver. It feeds my inner wanna-be-farmer soul!

  23. Tawana Wood says:

    “Once Upon A Summer” by Janette Oke

  24. Hope Titcomb says:

    Reading A Dogs Purpose. Love it!

  25. Mary says:

    I am reading “The Vintage Teacup Club”

  26. Bethany Hartzell says:

    Currently reading “The Broken Way” by Ann VosKamp

  27. Ali H says:

    Night Diver by Elizabeth Lowell

  28. Sandi O'Connor says:

    “Cooking for Jeffrey” Ina Garten the Barefoot Contessa!

  29. Carol Chesley says:

    Daybreak: The Days of Redemption series, book one

  30. Shelli L Miller says:

    Can’t You Talk Louder, God by Steve Shultz

  31. Linda says:

    Our Little Secrets

  32. Donna says:

    The One in a Million Boy by Monica Atwood

  33. Kateri says:

    Reading Mini Habits

  34. Pamela Kelly says:

    “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” By Mary Higgins Clark

  35. Marsha Marshall says:

    The Campfire Girls at School – The Wohelo Weavers

  36. Paula Dutton says:

    I am reading Devotions from the Garden by Miriam Drennan and when my grandbabies visit I usually read them a board book by a local to me author Hannah C. Hall such as God Bless You and Goodnight.

  37. Sandy Kelley says:

    The City of Mirrors by Justin Cronin

  38. Paula Ann Leyva says:

    I”m reading Farts around the world, A spotter’s guide, by August O’Phwinn, this book will make you LAUGH!

  39. Bonnie Kight says:

    Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Gray by Dorothy Love
    Love my Mary Jane magazines

  40. Gail says:

    People and their quilts. 🙂

  41. Deborah Huff says:

    The House On Trade Street by Karen White

  42. Barbara Jones says:

    The Magic of Ordinary Days

  43. Marissa Weaver says:

    Gilead, for a book club.

  44. Kathy says:

    I am reading How to be a Wild Flower a field guide by Katie Daisy…love this book, the art is fabulous!

  45. Susan says:

    Anne of Green Gables

  46. Chelsa Jones says:

    Currently reading Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.

  47. Garnett says:

    The Cat, the Collector, & the Killer

  48. Sarah says:

    I am reading the little house in the prairie series with my 19 year old daughter. We just finished the long winter. Seemed fitting since this winter feels like it will never end 🙂

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  50. Patricia Hughes says:

    “Born for This”, Chris Guillebeau

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