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Goodreads Giveaway ends today, Sept. 30. A GIRL NAMED MARY

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Tomorrow, September 30, is the last day to enter the Goodreads Giveaway for A GIRL NAMED MARY.

 

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Book Giveaway For A Girl Named Mary

  • A Girl Named Mary by Mary Jo Nickum
    A Girl Named Mary
    by Mary Jo Nickum (Goodreads Author)

    Release date: Jun 27, 2016
    A Girl Named Mary tells the story of Mary, the Mother of Jesus as a young girl. Though she has a much older sister, she’s raised as an only child. Her …more

    Giveaway ends in: 3 days and 12:09:34

    Availability: 1 copy available, 764 people requesting

    Giveaway dates: Aug 13 – Sep 30, 2016

    Countries available: US, CA, and GB more

    Format: Print Book

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Our giveaway is live on Amazon.

 Enter now for a chance to win a copy of 

 A GIRL NAMED MARY

https://giveaway.amazon.com/p/5311e9821562f78b

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Giveaway ends in 8 days (September 30, 2016)

Book Giveaway For A Girl Named Mary

  • A Girl Named Mary by Mary Jo Nickum
    A Girl Named Mary
    by Mary Jo Nickum (Goodreads Author)

    Release date: Jun 27, 2016
    A Girl Named Mary tells the story of Mary, the Mother of Jesus as a young girl. Though she has a much older sister, she’s raised as an only child. Her …more
    Giveaway ends in: 8 days and 3:55:07
    Availability: 1 copy available, 674 people requesting
    Giveaway dates: Aug 13 – Sep 30, 2016
    Countries available: US, CA, and GB more
    Format: Print Book

    read on goodreads

Mary J. Nickum is a retired librarian, who is now an editor and freelance writer. Her primary focus is on science for the public. She has chosen to extend her science for the public outreach to children.

Mary earned a B.A. degree in English education at Northland College, Ashland, Wisconsin, a Masters in Librarianship at the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington and a Masters in Interdiscip …more

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A Girl Named Mary by Mary Jo Nickum

A Girl Named Mary

by Mary Jo Nickum

Released June 27 2016
Giveaway ends in 8 days (September 30, 2016)
1 copy available, 674 people requesting

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Great Fall Reading

A Girl Named Mary

ISBN: 9781629894829

Paper  $10.99

A Girl Named Mary tells the story of Mary, the Mother of Jesus as a young girl. Though she has a much older sister, she’s raised as an only child. Her cousin, Rebekka, is her closet friend and confidant. Together they grow and learn how to maneuver in a culture that is steeped in tradition. One that looks backward instead of forward for solutions to problems. Mary cares about others, helps the sick and disadvantaged and is a voice, albeit a young voice, for women.

At twelve, Mary was betrothed to an older man who had sons her age. She resisted this arrangement strongly. She argued with her parents against the betrothal with every bit of logic and strength she had but found this tradition beyond her ability to fight. The marriage took place and she was rewarded by the birth of a beautiful baby boy, Jesus

Mary Jo Nickum, a Roman Catholic since birth, has always been fascinated by her namesake, Mary, the mother of Jesus. When she turned from technical writing to writing for children, researching and writing about the Blessed Virgin Mary became a reality. Her first book for children, Mom’s Story, a Child Learns about MS, is fictionalized nonfiction written for families from a child’s perspective. A Girl Named Mary is her first ‘tween historical novel. Mary Jo resides with her husband in Fountain Hills, Arizona. She has two grown sons.

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