Tuesday, December 17, 2013

I EVEN FUNNIER by James Patterson, Giveaway

James Patterson's I Funny is a hugely popular middle grade read, and one I had a hard time keeping on the shelves at my recent Scholastic Book Fair I chaired. His sequel, I Even Funnier hit shelves on December 9th, just in time for Christmas and the holiday season! You know, books are the perfect gift. *coughs*

I'm thrilled to be spotlighting James's upcoming release today on the blog! Thank you to Little Brown I also have a copy of both I Funny and I Even Funnier to giveaway to one lucky US reader!! First, check out what this book is about.

I Even Funnier is the side-splitting second installment in James Patterson’s hilarious #1 New York Times bestselling series for kids!

Middle Schooler Jamie Grimm has big dreams of being a stand-up comic and he’s not about to let anything get in his way of making his dreams come true! In this second book in the series, Jamie is off to the state finals in the Planet’s Funniest Kid Comic Contest, but there’s another kid who thinks he’s a million times funnier than Jamie…who will win?

Filled with hilarious jokes and plenty of heart, this is the perfect book for boys and girls (psst…even those who don’t like to read!)

Read a sample of the book HERE. Check out the  Official Site
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The Giveaway

Thank you to Little Brown, 1 lucky winner can laugh out loud with James Patterson! 1 winner will receive a copy of both I Funny & I Even Funnier! To enter, please fill out the form below. *US residents only*
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  1. I haven't read a ton of James Patterson's books. Out of what I have read, I like I funny the most.

  2. These look like a lot of fun, something my grandson would like. Thanks for the chance to win.

  3. I remember all the way back to his first book The Thomas Berryman Number. It wasn't a huge success at the time but look what's happened since. Thanks for the giveaway.

  4. I love James Patterson's books. I haven't read this series yet, but everything I've read I have liked!


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