Thursday, October 21, 2010

Book Giveaway - Child's Mind by Christopher Willard

Child's Mind aims to teach parents and child professionals how to integrate mindfulness into their work with children and teach both young children and adolescents the basics of mindfulness and meditation. The book is a great resource for anyone who work with young people, including family coordinators at retreat centers, religious instructors in a range of traditions, teachers, therapists, and medical professionals. Child's Mind aims to teach children the power that comes with the comfort of just being, as well as the capacity to be, be aware, and be comfortable with oneself.
Christopher Willard has offered my readers a chance to win a signed copy.  This giveaway is open to everyone World Wide. Deadline to enter is midnight on October 26, 2010.  
HOW TO ENTER:  Simply comment on this post including your email address so we can contact you if you are chosen as the winner.  (We will not use your email for any other purpose) 

Want a Better Chance to Win? 
**Post with email address is mandatory, these are additional entries**
(please post each additional entry separately, otherwise they will be counted as one entry)   
  • Follow with google friend connect or subscribe to the rss feed. (1 entry each, please notify in an additional post) 
  • Follow me on Twitter and tweet about this giveaway (1 entry – please provide a link to the tweet) 
  • Follow on Network Blogs and share this contest on Facebook (1 entry - please provide a link)
--THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED-- 

Winner(s) will be announced on the blog October 27, 2010.  Christopher Willard will contact the winner(s) by the email address provided in the comment section.  Winner(s) will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner will be selected.  Thank you.

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21 comments:

Anonymous said...

rjc246@gmail.com
Looking forward to reading this book hopefully soon!! :)
~Rachel Cole

Dean Crabb said...

As a father to a 15 month old boy and someone about to start up my own meditation group I think this book is a wonderful idea. I think regardless of winning or not I'll buy a copy.

I'd also welcome the author to write a blog that I could put on my site, that would be great? I'll promote his book as well.

Metta
Dean
deancrabb@gmail.com
http://themindfulmoment.blogspot.com/

PS. There is a photo of my little boy on the My Story page on my blog.

Anonymous said...

looking forward to reading this book! Anything to help my family!

chevygirl0502@aol.com

Dana said...

Thanks for contributing to the resources for sharing mindfulness with children and the adults who care for them!

Dana said...

my contact info (for the last comment that is) is: deisenbe@umich.edu

Coke said...

This is a wonderful book for anyone working with children. I am teaching mindfulness to two 3rd grades on one Montessori pre-school and the materials have been very helpful. I have also alerted the faculty of the school about the book because they are all very interested in incorporating mindfulness into their classrooms. My email is chennessy@charter.net.

Anonymous said...

barbaramacke@yahoo.com
Thanks for this opportunity, lovely mama!

Kelly Thomas said...

I'm very interested in reading this book and have been for quite awhile... just low on both money and time as a third year doctoral student... fingers crossed that I'll get my hands on it soon but either way I Iook forward to following your blog! :)

thomakea@indiana.edu

Thanks!
Kelly

Kelly Thomas said...

I also just became a follower of this blog, so I guess that's another with google friend connect and am posting again accordingly... guess that's another entry?

thomakea@indiana.edu

Mandy said...

Yes, Kelly. That is an additional entry. Thank you for posting it properly. =)

Kelly Thomas said...

Okay, I also became a follower of this blog and posted about the contest on facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/thomakea

Sorry about the strange wording on my last post! :)

Thanks again!
Kelly

thomakea@indiana.edu

PS. I still can't figure out how to subscribe via the RSS feed... since I don't do twitter that's the only other option I have I think...

Kelly Thomas said...

I clicked the little orange button so I think I subscribed to the RSS feed... it just sent me to another version of this page so I hope it worked!

I think that's all I can do for increasing my entries! :)

Thanks!
Kelly

thomakea@indiana.edu

fiveseeds said...

I would love a signed copy! I just found your blog and really appreciate your words. Thank you so much!

Kimberly@fiveseeds.org

Giveaway Roundup said...

Hi Mandy Sue, I saw your post about this on CoL so had to check it out. I think this book could be very helpul for my family, so please enter me in the giveaway.
Thank you,
Sheila

ludeluh (at) yahoo(dot)com

Giveaway Roundup said...

I am a new follower of you blog also, for an additional entry. Thank you.
ludeluh(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

book looks awesome, i would loooove to read it.

Anonymous said...

trying to get a mindfulness class started for children who are dealing with illness or chronic pain...would love a copy :)
Victoria
vicdompe@yahoo.com

Donna Freeman said...

Would love to use this book with the many children who practice yoga with me.

Donna Freeman said...

Follow you on Twitter and Retweeted - have no idea how to give you the url (look under retweets thx)

Anonymous said...

My grand daughter is 18 months old I would appreciate having this book to foster the abilities she has been showing, as I was made redundant in my position, purchase of the book by me is a limited possibility. sidney052@yahoo.com (not sure about this select profile stuff hope all is ok)

Kelly Thomas said...

Who won?

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