Purim Book Contest

This book can be yours if you win!

The holiday of Purim is coming up soon, so it’s contest time. Why? The word purim means lots, and comes from the fact that the evil Haman drew lots to pick the date on which he would kill all the Jews. Yuck. But we’re taking the idea of drawing lots and making it positive–we’re going to draw lots to choose three winners who will each get a copy of the newest Purim book off the Kar-Ben press,
Barnyard Purim
, by Kelly Terwilliger.

Barnyard Purim tells the story of crazy farm animals who decide to put on a Purim shpiel (a play telling the story of Purim). A few misunderstandings and zaniness ensues, with lots of fun along the way.

And THREE lucky winners will win a copy! To enter the contest, just leave us a note below saying hello.

Enter by Wednesday, February 29 at 5 pm. Good luck!

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