Travels with Gannon & Wyatt, Review & Giveaway!

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Travels with Gannon and Wyatt- BotswanaWe LOVE reading in this house.

I mean really, REALLY love it.

The day I told the girls I had brand new books for them to read was a party and a half. They were so excited, and when we cracked open the books from the “Travels with Gannon & Wyatt” series it was all over.

I mean, it’s ANIMALS!

The girls immediately dove in and scanned for pictures first, because the pictures of the live animals (the alligator was a big hit for our little alligator), and they couldn’t wait to see every one of them.

Once they’d settled down we sat down to read.

The stories are told in journal form, with separate entries by both Gannon & Wyatt, which make for short “chapters” perfect for my ADD readers.

I also love that each of the entries start with a great learning opportunity (or 2).  They list the location – with a longitude and latitude. Temperatures and weather listings are there too.  These gave me and the girls some great chances to talk about what these things are, and find a map (~cough~ or a computer ~cough~) to look them all up. Of course, there’s all the animals, which my kids LOVE.  Oh, and at the end, there’s a few pages with spots for journal entries.  The girls are dying to take a trip to the zoo to use them!

Kennedy got to read first and eagerly dove in, and by the time she was home, she was dragging Molly over to join her.

Hearing Kennedy say words like “Botswana” and “Kalahari Dessert” at her young age, is so much fun. She’s having fun, she’s reading, and she’s learning.

Kennedy has taken a shining to the Botswana book.  It has all the animals she loves. Elephants, alligators, rhinos and cheetah’s.

We love sitting down and devouring chapters as fast as she can.

I have a feeling these books are going to be long lasting around here, so much to read and learn, and the older they get, the more they’ll understand!

As you can see below, the girls HIGHLY recommend the books and want you to win a set of your own. (Look below the picture for how to win)

Gannon & Wyatt have a Facebook Page and a Twitter account you should really follow to keep up on their latest adventures!!

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Giveaway Time!!

Entry is easy…

1. Leave a comment telling me what you love about these books and why you want them for your kid!! (required entry)

2. For an extra entry, tweet the following exactly (copy & paste should do it). ~optional extra entry

Travels with @GannonandWyatt, a review & a #Giveaway. Great books w/ learning opportunities! #GannonWyatt http://bit.ly/1ej1dZG @sadiecass

3. Pin this post using the giveaway picture & leave a comment with the link to the pin! ~optional extra entry

That’s it!  The giveaway ends on 11/25 at 9AM. The winner will only have 24 hours to get back to me, as I must turn in your info by the 26th!  There will be no second chances, as I have a deadline!

There is another giveaway over at my dear friend, Emily’s place if you want more chances to win, head on over there!

You should also know that Gannon & Wyatt are having a Kindle Fire Giveaway on their Facebook Page the month of November!! There’s still time to enter, so head on over!!

 

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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9 Responses to “Travels with Gannon & Wyatt, Review & Giveaway!”

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  1. Mary Terrani says:

    I’m hoping maybe Patrick’s love of animals will make him want to read. He’s always so stubborn about it!

  2. Crystal says:

    Anything that makes learning fun is a total win for me. My boys love animals and would love these books!

  3. Katie says:

    I love that its an adventure series. My kids devour those kind if.books!
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  4. Steph says:

    My kids love adventures AND animals. Sounds like a good companion to their love of Wild Kratts.
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  5. Up&Away says:

    These look like a fun read for my travel-loving family!

  6. Maia says:

    These sound like fun books my kids would like to read.

  7. Stephanie says:

    I think my son would love these books. He likes action & adventure!

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