New Blog Design and Bugs in My Hair Giveaway

Hiya there Peepers
Shuna here

Have you noticed my new digs?!

I am so excited about how my blog design turned out

I will save that it is very purdy and I love it

big shout out to my designer

If you are looking for a new design I would HIGHLY recommend her
You can check her out here and here

Today I am just stopping by to discuss a serious topic
Head Bugs
Lice
Just the thought makes me all itchy
This is my 5th year teaching and I just had my first experience with head bugs this past week! 
These things terrify me
I don’t know why
They are small
but they still freak me out
Anyhoo
My first experience happened to coincide with the arrival of the book Bugs in my Hair by David Shannon.
Art © David Shannon 2013. All Rights Reserved.

My kiddos loved, loved, loved this book! 

We talked about how it is important for us to all have our own personal space and how we should keep our hands to ourselves. 

The book made it so much easier for me to teach my littles about such a scary topic. 

Make sure to check out the awesome video of David sharing the book! I showed this to my kiddos and they had a ball! 
Check it out here

Art © David Shannon 2013. All Rights Reserved.

Art © David Shannon 2013. All Rights Reserved.

I am super duper excited that I get to share this book along with two other favorites with one lucky winner


Art © David Shannon 2013. All Rights Reserved.
This giveaway is only open to residents who live in the US. Sorry peepers who live in other countries

Prizes and samplings are courtesy of Scholastic
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Peace Out Peeps

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16 Replies to “New Blog Design and Bugs in My Hair Giveaway”

  1. Thank you for letting me know about this book! It never fails we always get the hair bugs. lol
    I would love to win David Shannon books! Great giveaway and thanks again.
    Andrea 🙂

  2. Love the new blog design! Thanks for the chance to win the new David Shannon book. All of his titles are fantastic and I am sure this one is too! It would certainly come in handy in the area I teach…I already had to send a child in for a check. Thank goodness it was a false alarm…lol.

    ~Laura

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