Waldorf Publishing Presents Pinky Doodle Bug: A delightful children's book series from Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino and Kris Fuller

Introducing Classroom Connect!

Classroom Connect! Pinky Doodle Bug


Maine author Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino is pleased to announce an individual and classroom coloring contest!  Free to enter!

Individual: We'll draw 1 winner each month starting October 15, 2020 - October 15, 2021. The winner will receive a paperback copy of Pinky Doodle Bug.

Classrooms:  Enter our classroom coloring contest!
Each month from October 15, 2020 to February 15, 2020 we will draw one classroom winner!

The classroom that wins each month, will receive a hardcover copy AND a paperback copy of Pinky Doodle Bug for your classroom AND a virtual classroom visit from author Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino or Kris Fuller!

Two ways to enter:
Simply color and post to social media. Please use the hashtag #PinkyDoodleBug, so we see your entry. You may also post your entry as a comment to any of our coloring contest posts.

You can also mail your entries to:
Author Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, 9 Terison Drive, Falmouth, ME 04105

All ages welcome to enter! You may also enter as many times as you wish.

We're here for your classroom! Let us know what you need! Please ask us and we will make every effort to help your classroom. Whether it is a virtual visit or classroom book donation, all requests will be considered!

Feel free to Get Creative! Get creative with your love and support for Pinky Doodle Bug. We love classroom YouTube videos, photos and more! We've been known to randomly give books away to creative classrooms!

Visit PinkyDoodleBug.com for more information.  Click on the Classroom Connect and Coloring Contests Tabs for more information!

Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino

Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino helps people of all ages by encouraging them to “Let Your Dreams Fly!” Wanting to inspire children, she created Pinky Doodle to show how following your heart, collaborating with friends, and believing in yourself matters. When Elizabeth isn’t writing, she loves photography, baking cookies and spending time with her husband, Peter, and their four sons and three cats in Maine.

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