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2017 Back to School Giveaway: Books & Backpack + Fleece!

2017 Back to school giveaway

It’s Back to School Season and we’re helping you get in the mood by giving away some great stuff! We’re giving away books from Disney Publishing, a Classic Backpack from Eagle Creek, and a cosy fleece from Craighoppers. All you have to do to enter is subscribe to our mailing list: Things to do in Los Angeles with Kids. Details on how to enter below when you scroll down.

This is the No Matter What Classic Backpack from Eagle Creek. With a retail value of $69, this backpack is durable and versatile, perfect for a 5th grader or High School Senior.Eagle Creek No Matter What Classic Backpack slate blue F16

Check out this terrific collection of books from Disney Publishing Worldwide!

One classroom has a BIG problem! In The Teacher’s Pet by author Anica Mrose Rissi and illustrated by Zachariah OHora, Mr. Stricter allows his class to keep one tadpole… only to have that tadpole grow up to not be a frog, but a hippo!

Teacher's Pet

In the sequel to Winter is for Snow, Fall is for School, award-winning author-illustrator Robert Neubecker’s energetic, colorful illustrations revel in the crisp oncoming of fall throughout this cheerful back-to-school tale.

Fall is for School

Reader beware! This is The Scariest Book Ever! Or so claims its melodramatic ghost narrator. You can go ahead and turn the page, but don’t expect him to come with you. Anything might pop out of that black hole in the middle of the forest. What do you mean it’s just a bunny?

The Scariest Book Ever

Are back-to-school jitters near? Have no fear! Super Saurus Saves Kindergarten by bestselling author Deborah Underwood is here! Arnold a young, creative dinosaur with a supersized imagination about his first day of school.

Super Saurus Saves Kindergarten

In Beatrice Zinker, Upside Down Thinker, written and illustrated by Shelley Johannes, a spunky third-grader realizes that some friendships are worth risking recess for, and sometimes all it takes is the simplest act of kindness to “turn that frown upside down!”

Beatrice Zinker, Upside Down Thinker

In Dog Days of School, written by Kelly DiPucchio and illustrated by Brian Biggs, Charlie thinks his dog, Norman, has got it good: he gets to spend his days lounging on the couch or playing fetch, and he never has to do any homework. But when Charlie makes a wish to be a dog instead of a boy, things get a little topsy-turvy!

Dog Days of School

Ready for School Murphy? is written and illustrated by Brendan Murphy. Murphy doesn’t want to go to school. He has butterflies in his tummy and ants in his pants! But no amount of made-up excuses convince his dad to let him stay home. Just when Murphy has all but given up, his father brings him up-to-date. It’s Saturday!

Ready for School, Murphyjpg

Oh sure, it’s too hot for fleece right now, but before you know it, your kid will be feeling the chill and will be thrilled to have this wonderful Appleby Half Zip Quarry Fleece from Craighoppers. Lightweight and wonderfully warm, this half-zip kids’ top is made from irresistible fluffy fleece fabric. Makes a great insulator – and is perfect over a tee or under a jacket.

Fleece Pullover from Craighoppers

Giveaway Details

MomsLA is grateful to Disney Publishing, Craighoppers and Eagle Creek for providing these items for our Back to School Giveaway. To enter, simply join our mailing list. We send weekly emails to our subscribers letting them know about awesome things to do with kids here in LA, plus we share some of our favorite products as well.

Three winners will be chosen at random from our subscribers on Wednesday, August 16th at 12pm PT. One winner will be chosen for each of the prizes. Winners must be able to accept packages shipped to them within the United States. There is no International Shipping. Winners will be contacted by email – and they must provide their name and valid shipping address in order to receive their prize.

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Sarah Auerswald (595 Posts)

Sarah Auerswald is the CEO and Co-Founder of MomsLA. She writes about life in LA while raising her 2 sons and is the founder of MarVistaMom.com. She was an English Major at Brown University, and yet nowadays feels free to ignore grammar rules anytime she wants. Like Now. She's married, uses a Mac, and grew up in Hawaii.


4 comments

  1. DENISE MARTINEZ 10 August, 2017 at 14:23 Reply

    ENTERED MY DAUGHTER, HOPE SHE WINS. 5TH GRADE LAST YEAR IN ELEMENTARY. TRYING TO MAKE IT THE MOST MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE! ?

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