Thursday, May 3, 2012

Contest Win Book: Friends For All Time


We are giving away a copy of  the sequel to "The BugaBees"  The Bugy Bops: Friends for All Time  by Amy Recob, to one of our blog readers at the end of Food Allergy Awareness week,  the giveaway deadline will be May 19!

In this sequel to the award-winning children's book The Bugabees: Friends With Food Allergies follow the Bugy Bobs and find out how their kind and caring way help their food allergic peers stay safe, happy and healthy.

Amy Recob's blog

To win comment and tell us something about your little bug, or your allergic child's friend who helps your child stay safe.

For the BugaBees contest, we are giving participants the chance to double and triple their chances by not only posting comments on our blog, but also retweeting and posting on FB the following statement:

"Win a copy of "The BugaBees" #book sequel: "The BugyBops: Friends for All Time" #FAAW #foodallergy"

 Last but not least, Avoiding Milk fans and followers can save  10% with coupon code (SAVE10) that can be used on this site: 
During the month of May 2012

Books are also available on  The BugyBops: Friends for All Time (The BugaBees Series)

The contest is open to US and Canadian readers, to enter, a comment must be made on this blog post.  Make sure your e-mail is visible on your blogger profile, or enter your e-mail address along with your comment, so we can contact you!



Lisa said...

Our "Little Bug" is allergy to milk, wheat and peanuts and has Celiac disease. She is a busy 2 year old who happens to love ladybugs. I think she would love this book! :)

h said...

We love the first book! I even reviewed it for the SunButter Blog: I'll FB and tweet about the contest too. Thanks! - tk0421 at gmail dot com

jllammon said...

My 18 month old son is allergic to milk, casein, eggs, peanuts and soy. Throughout all of his ups and downs, he keeps a positive attitude and is an inspiration. He just met his first butterfly today and we laughed for about 10 minutes at it. He loves to look at books and your book would be perfect for his situation.

Chaity said...

My 22 month old son is allergic to milk, egg, peanuts and tree nuts. His older sister is one of his biggest advicoates making sure that what he getts is safe. We have toyr first book and love it and would realy like to have this one as well.

Lawyer Bird said...

Our little one has quite a few allergies. All of the top 8 plus others. Great books, these!

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Ms. W. said...

My niece and nephew have multiple food allergies. We loved the first book! It was such a great way to help them understand their allergies and ways to keep themselves safe. We are lucky to have such wonderful friends and family that help keep our little ones safe in all sorts of ways, from washing hands to packing safe snacks for a picnic. Can't wait to read this one :)

Pauline MIlner said...

We are very lucky that our Son has not developed any allergies.

However, we are keenly aware that allergies exist and can be deadly.

We do not send any peanut products to school as a fellow student has an allergy.

Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity. ~Pauline

Pauline MIlner said...

I tweeted about your great giveaway:!/bullittmilner/status/199546984217063424

garygreen said...

I would love to win this prize.

Burchfield said...

I am Kindergarten teacher with an naphylactic student and recently (this week after weaning him from breast milk) found out my 11 month old has a dairy allergy. I would love to use this book in my own classroom to help with cutting down sharing food and helpful handwashing. I think it will be nice to read to him when he is a little bigger. :)

MichelleBracc said...

I have two boys--one is allergic to peanuts, and the other is allergic to eggs, peas, all legumes, peanuts and tree nuts. Anything to help them not feel 'alone' and to understand their allergies better would help!