Table Talk comes out February 12th! But we couldn't wait that  long to do a Giveaway! Enter below to receive an advanced copy of Table Talk. We'll announce a winner next Saturday morning. 

                            Good luck!

If you haven't used Rafflecopter before, first log in with an email address  or FB account, so we'll know how to contact the winner. After leaving a comment on the blog post, click on "Leave a Blog Post Comment" in the box above and then "I Commented!" to let us know you've entered and to open the opportunity for 5 more entries. Good luck!!
 


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Laura
01/26/2013 3:09pm

I'm excited to read this book. Thanks for the giveaway!

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Donna Haas
01/26/2013 11:18pm

Looking forward to the book

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Donna Haas
01/26/2013 11:20pm

I commented

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Tina
01/27/2013 6:54am

Thanks, Donna! It's a little confusing but if you'll just click where it says ""Leave a Blog Post Comment" in the box above, there will be a green button that will actually enter you in the drawing. Thanks again!

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Cami Tate
01/28/2013 7:05am

Been a fan of your family since good old Santa Clara days. Excited to learn more from you :)

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Tina
01/28/2013 7:27am

Thanks, Cami! Those really were some good old days! We miss Santa Clara!

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Jeff
01/28/2013 6:45pm

February is just around the corner!

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Tracy
01/28/2013 8:18pm

I love the idea of this book! I can't wait to use it when my kids are older! :)

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Wendy
02/02/2013 10:44am

I'm excited to read the book!

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kelly
02/02/2013 12:48pm

I'm so excited to read this book! Anything that will decrease the divide that society says is inevitable with kids/parents. You guys are brilliant!

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Accalia
02/02/2013 1:09pm

This sounds like such a great thing for our family dinner hour! :)

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02/02/2013 4:04pm

This would be a great book for my little family!!

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Rochelle
02/02/2013 9:19pm

Can't wait to read it!

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Jan Wells
02/02/2013 11:20pm

Congratulations! I'm really looking forward to this book. Dinnertime conversations is one of the things my grown-up kids talk about often.

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