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Erin Hunter 10 Year Anniversary Giveaway


If you work with elementary and middle school students, then you know the name Erin Hunter. Her animal fantasy series Warriors seems to have never ending popularity at my library. And even though the target audience is younger, I have high schoolers and adults reading and loving this series because they started it when they were younger and want to continue. I even used the Warriors Adventure Game at my library for a program and had a room full of middle grade students who would have stayed and played all day if I had let them!

I'm telling you-if you have a tween or young teen, then you need to get your hands on this series. Luckily, in celebration of the ten year anniversary of Warriors, HarperCollins is hosting a giveaway to get you started.  Lucky readers will win a copy of the first Warriors book, Into the Wild.

Want to enter? Just fill out the Google Form below!
-Contest ends July 20
-Must be US shipping address
-Age 13+ to enter



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