Chronicle Books AMAZING Giveaway

Have you heard what Chronicle Books is doing?

They’re asking (more like letting!) bloggers post a wishlist of books from Chronicle, up to $500 (wow!), and then they’ll draw a winner from the (I’m guessing) ginormous pool of entrants. AND (yes, there’s more!), they’ll give the same pile of books away to a commenter at the winning blog.

So, what I’m basically saying is, if you comment here, you and I could win!

A very, very grateful thank you to Jama Rattigan for pointing me toward this contest. Make sure you check out her list and comment there, two, thus doubling your chances to win. And if you want to go crazy with commenting and entering, check out the list here of all the bloggers who are entering.

And now, without further ado…my Chronicle wishlist.

Vanessa Newton’s Let Freedom Sing


Bob Gill’s The Present


Jesse Hartland’s How the Sphinx Got to the Museum

Suzy Lee’s Shadow

Sandra Markle and Daniela Terrazzini’s Animals Marco Polo Saw

Muriel Harris Weinstein and R. Gregory Christie’s When Louis Armstrong Taught Me Scat

Peggy Mercer & Bill Crews’ Ten Cows to Texas

James Stimson’s Thirteen O’Clock

David Slonim’s He Came with the Couch


Robin Jarvis’ The Alchemist’s Cat

John Duggleby’s Story Painter: The Life of Jacob Lawrence

Michaela MacColl’s Prisoner’s in the Palace: How Princess Victoria became Queen with the Help of Her Maid, a Reporter, and a Scoundrel

Dilys Evans’ Show and Tell: Exploring the Fine Art of Children’s Illustration

Susan Goldman Rubin’s Delicious: The Life and Art of Wayne Thiebaud

Susie Middleton & Ben Fink’s Fast, Fresh & Green: More Than 90 Delicious Recipes for Veggie Lovers




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25 thoughts on “Chronicle Books AMAZING Giveaway

  1. Squee! Love your list — doesn’t Prisoners in the Palace look good? You also listed several titles I’ve never seen before — He Came with the Couch, the Marco Polo book. I already own the Dilys Evans book (wonderful)!

    Good luck (to both of us) 🙂 . . .

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    • beckylevine says:

      I just checked out your list–gorgeous! Saw the Eames book–I had a great-aunt who was Charles Eames’ secretary for years. My folks have several of Eames pieces–we all love and covet them!

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