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Pre-Order Promotion for GOODNIGHT, NUMBERS!
posted on February 1st, 2017

Hi everyone! I'm so excited to announce that my first children's picture book, Goodnight Numbers, hits the shelves March 7th, 2017, and is available for pre-order NOW! And to celebrate, I'm going to sign some autographs...


                                                          photo credit: Cathryn Farnsworth

*Pre-order Goodnight Numbers* during the month of February, and be one of 20 winners of an autographed nameplate sticker for your book when it gets released in March!

Here’s how to enter:

1. Pre-order Goodnight Numbers from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books A Million, or any other online book retailer.

2. Take a photo (or screen grab) of your order confirmation - it might look something like this:

3. Email the photo of the order confirmation along with your full name and mailing address to: preorder@danicamckellar.com

4. You will be contacted in late March if you are a winner, and after you confirm the purchase and tell me who you'd like it signed to, your autograph will be mailed to you!

I wish I could send an autograph to everyone who pre-orders Goodnight Numbers, but... I have a good feeling about *your* chances. :)

XO

Danica

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posted by fotogrldg on September 29th, 2016

Danica

Thank you for being such a positive role model to women and the community! This book will be the perfect gift for expectant mothers and parents who adopt :)

What a wonderful gift!

thank you!

Debra (aka fotogrldg)  #DSQUAD 


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posted by sussanbetcher on March 15th, 2017

Great to hear that your first children's book is hitting stores. All the best Danica for this new attempt. Good children books are very rare to get, and we can hope the  Goodnight Numbers will surely bring the positive results.

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