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Grace Unplugged Prize Pack Giveaway

Grace Unplugged - Lionsgate

Thanks to Lionsgate, I’m giving away a Grace Unplugged prize pack on my dad blog. The contest is a promotion for the Grace Unplugged movie, which is playing at theaters now. The film, which is “Family Approved” by the Dove Foundation, features AJ Michalka, James Denton, Kevin Pollak, and Michael Welch. The Grace Unplugged prize pack I’m giving away consists of:

  • Grace Unplugged Soundtrack CD (songs by TobyMac, AJ Michalka, Chris Tomlin and Shawn McDonald)
  • Grace Unplugged: A Novel (book by Melody Carlson)
  • Own It: Discover Your Faith in God (book by Michael and Hayley DiMarco)
  • Grace Unplugged exclusive guitar pick

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Mother's Day Gift Idea and Giveaway: Safe Haven Blu-ray and book

Safe Haven

Safe Haven (Josh Duhamel, Julianne Hough) comes out on Blu-ray, DVD and digital HD today. The movie is based on a Nicholas Sparks novel. If you read his books or seen his other films, then you already know his stories are romantic and will make you cry. In my opinion, Safe Haven (review) would make an excellent Mother’s Day gift. To celebrate the release of the story on Blu-ray and DVD, I’m giving away a Safe Haven Blu-ray/book bundle on my movie blog. Thank you, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment!

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Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer by John Grisham – Boring for Parents

When I heard John Grisham was writing a book for kids, I was a bit excited. Grisham is one of my favorite author and I was looking forward to introducing the Little Princess to the world of the legal thriller. Unfortunately, I was disappointed with Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer. I thought the 263-page novel was way too simplistic. Yes, I know, the book is intended for children ages 9-12. But I think the plot can be a little more complex than thirteen-year old Theodore Boone trying to figure out what to do about an unknown witness for a murder case. Theodore Boone has to decide if he should keep his promise of remaining silent, which would result in the killer going free, or informing the judge about the witness, which would get the witness in legal trouble for something not related to the murder.

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