“Scribbling Women” Blog Tour

Before Women’s History Month ends this month, we will be hosting Tundra’s third Blog Tour! We have a wonderful line-up of contributors and hosts for Marthe Jocelyn’s non-fiction book, “Scribbling Women” True Tales from Astonishing Lives.

“Scribbling Women”
True Tales from Astonishing Lives

Written by Marthe Jocelyn
Hardcover | 208 Pages
Trim Size: 6 x 9 | Ages: 14 +
ISBN: 978-0-88776-952-8
eBook: 978-1-77049-230-1

Toronto-born MARTHE JOCELYN is the award-winning author and illustrator of over twenty books. Her picture book Hannah’s Collections was short-listed for the Governor General’s Literary Award for Illustration. Her novel Mable Riley won the inaugural TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award. Marthe Jocelyn is the 2009 recipient of the prestigious Vicky Metcalf Award for her body of work.

You can also follow @TundraBooks, @scissorhouse, and the wonderful bloggers on twitter! We will be using the hashtag #ScribblingWomen

Monday, March 28, 2011

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Friday, April 1, 2011

That’s not all! We are also running a huge giveaway contest during the blog tour!

The prize: A collection of Marthe Jocelyn books – for the very young to young adults:


What do you have to do to enter? Follow the blog tour and leave a comment on any of the participating blogs, but it must be on their “Scribbling Women” blog tour posts. So, don’t leave a comment here, go visit their posts! We will be updating the links daily to make it easier for you to follow the blog tour and enter the giveaway.

Details: Here’s the best part, you can leave a comment on ALL of the blogs and that will count as 31 entries! Spamming doesn’t count, so one thoughtful comment per blog please.

Dates: Contest starts on Monday, March 28, 2011 and closes on Sunday, April 10, 2011 at 11:49pm EST. One winner will be randomly selected and announced on Monday, April 11, 2011 to receive the prize.

25 Replies to ““Scribbling Women” Blog Tour”

  1. I didn’t realize that Martha had written so many books. I have taken many of them out of the library to read to my daughter!

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