Thursday, March 31, 2011

My March of Kindness-with a signed Dayna Martin book giveaway!

March of Kindness


I decided to join Code Name Mama on her March of Kindness back at the beginning of the month. I have been doing little random acts of kindness all through the month. I haven't blogged about it but it has been happening.

And I'm coming in on the very last day with a book to give away! Woot!

The book is "Radical Unschooling. A Revolution Has Begun" by Dayna Martin-and it's signed!

It is a lovely book all about the radical unschooling philosophy and how her family puts it into practice.
Worth a read to those both new and old to the concepts of this way of life.

The competition is open to Australian readers only and will be drawn-name out of a hat style-this Sunday afternoon. That gives you a few days to leave a comment (make sure to include your email address) telling me an act of kindness you performed to your children.

Good Luck!

8 comments:

shu said...

oh i wanted to get a copy of this book but havent got around to it..
I saw my kindness to my children in many ways but my favorite way to show them is to build a HUGE cubby and throw all the pillows in, books lots and lots of book and yummy homemade food...
And we read the day away and fill up with baked love <3..

appalachian unschool said...

I love to make happy faces or spell out sweet love messages in their food! <3

Sarah said...

Last night I dug out some new pj's for the kids to wear. Only because thet had been sick and I thought it would give them a lift.

But on a daily basis it is about creating spur of the moment play spaces

mum+dad=akira and linkin and elijah said...

Instead of allowing my "grump" to take over I went all out and had the "fake sixth birthday" party my sweet 5 yr old had been wishing for all week.

mum+dad=akira and linkin and elijah said...

oh, my email ;)
rissa_munky@yahoo.com.au

Anonymous said...

I shared my what-a-shitty-day chocolate.

kerryn77@gmail.com

Zoie @ TouchstoneZ said...

That's a great idea to give this book away to celebrate the month of RAOK. I'm not in Australia. So, please don't include me in the give-away. But, I just wanted to stop by and say thank you for blogging about MOK. I've been following along and enjoying.

PlanningQueen said...

Not sure if I am too late! I need to make some decisions on my daughter's education so am looking at all alternatives.

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