Thursday, March 12, 2020

A Flock of Fun Awareness Tour 2020

Enter for a chance to win a Raven Howell book prize pack!
One (1) grand prize winner receives:
  • A copy of A Flock of Fun autographed by Raven Howell
  • A copy of Glimmer autographed by Raven Howell
  • A copy of Shimmer autographed by Raven Howell
  • A copy of So You Want a Puppy? autographed by Raven Howell
  • A copy of Greetings! autographed by Raven Howell
  • A copy of My Community autographed by Raven Howell
  • A Flock of Fun throw pillow
  • A Flock of Fun jigsaw puzzle
  • A pair of sheep socks
Nineteen (19) winners receive:
  • A copy of A Flock of Fun autographed by Raven Howell
Giveaway begins March 2, 2020, at 12:01 A.M. MT and ends April 2, 2020, at 11:59 P.M. MT.
Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, who are eighteen years of age or older in their state or territory of residence at the time of entry. Void where prohibited by law.
Doodle and Peck is responsible for prize fulfillment.

Written by Raven Howell
Illustrated by David Barrow
Publisher’s Synopsis: A young child discovers the solution for falling asleep is not always quiet and silent, like counting slow, slimy snails. Sometimes, a room full of happy dances, shirts in a tie-dyed swirl, and mischief-making sheep are just the ticket!
Ages 3-8 | Publisher: Doodle and Peck Publishing | February 2, 2020 | ISBN-13: 978-1733717083
Available Here:
We've all had the experience before of trying in vain to go to sleep. When that happens, we try all sorts of tricks to slip off to dreamland. Whether it is counting sheep, drinking warm milk, fluffing the pillow...anything is fair game in the struggle to drop off. In this wonderful bedtime story, the child narrator does try counting sheep. It turns out that sheep are not as peaceful as one would think; "they're a noisy flock of bleat, with no polite, no nice, no neat." After enduring tickled feet, a raided candy stash, even sheep wearing his underpants, our narrator decides that another bedtime ritual might be better. The next night he tries counting snails, but they are not much fun leaving their trails around the room. Perhaps "laundry-diving sheep" are better after all. A fun read that is sure to become a bedtime favorite. Who could resist fluffy sheep reading books, blowing bubbles, and climbing the chest of drawers?

Raven Howell is an award-winning children’s author and poet of nine picture books. She writes poetry for a variety of children’s magazines including Highlights, The School Magazine, Humpty Dumpty, and Cricket. Frequently sharing book presentations and writing workshops with children in schools and libraries, Raven also serves as Creative & Publishing Advisor with Red Clover Reader. Her family, long dawn hikes, being at the beach, and munching on warm butterscotch chocolate chip cookies straight out of the oven are all sources of writing inspiration. Visit her website:



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