{Giveaway!} A Cry from Egypt ~ Signed Copy!

This past fall the girls and I had the opportunity to read and review A Cry from Egypt by Hope Auer.
From my review:
“Thought provoking and moving, A Cry from Egypt brings history to life.”  ~ me
“The story was gripping, and it brought the 7 plagues to life, especially for the Egyptians. It really showed that the Egyptians were real people, with hopes, thoughts, and fears.” ~ Turtlegirl
“It was a very compelling story, and not a difficult read, though thought provoking. It was also very moving at moments.” ~ BooBear
Hope, a home school graduate, is celebrating the release of A Cry from Egypt by offering my readers a signed copy of her new book!

This book is an excellent read aloud for ages 10 and up or a great read alone for ages 12 and up and would make an excellent literature selection to accompany a study of ancient Egypt.

* I received no compensation for this post. I really like the book and I wanted to participate in the giveaway! *
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  1. Our 3 kids would love this book and I would enjoy it too.

  2. Our 2 kids would love it. So would my husband and I.

  3. We are getting ready to do a unit study on Egypt

  4. I would probably read it aloud to my 8 year old

  5. Everyone in my house would read it. :-)

  6. I would read this to everyone! So, Me, my 8 year old, my 5 year old, and my 3 year old. Maybe the husband ;)

  7. God is so good! This would be a great read-aloud book to go with our study of ancient history starting in July. My 10 year old son would devour it in one night, but the 7 year old needs some explaining... Thanks for offering this great book! jsloving@hotmail.com

  8. We are going to be studying Ancient History next year in our homeschool. This book will be read to al of our 4 children. I think my 11 year old son and 8 year old daughter will enjoy it the most.

  9. I would read it and quite likely give it to my children to read too. :D

    (I gave mine away on the Crew blog! LOL)


  10. I would read it to my kids when we study Ancient Egypt next year.


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