As a kid, I remember gathering up my birthday money and heading off to buy as many Nancy Drew books as I could. To this day, I still remember laying by the nightlight on the floor well after bedtime…

reading… and reading…

…and being swept away into a world very much unlike my own.

Nowadays, kids have a great variety of books of various topics to keep them interested in reading. The Diary of a Wimpy Kid series is one that has been a hit in our house. And today marks the release of the latest in the series: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck.

In honor of this, I’m giving away a set of Diary of a Wimpy Kid gifts to one lucky reader.

The prize pack will include the following items: (1) Wimpy Kid Journal (ARV $10.99); (1) Wimpy Kid Magnetic Pad (ARV $5.99); (1) Wimpy Kid Mini Notebook (ARV $2.99); Wimpy Kid 3 Notebook set (ARV $11.99).

If accessories like this encourage your child to read – or even write or draw – then it’s worth grabbing. You can find them wherever books and stationary are sold.

For more information, check out Abrams Books for Young Readers blog or website, follow them on Twitter or Instagram.

4 thoughts on “Hard Luck Could Mean Good Luck

  1. WIMPY KID IS THE BEST, a must read for book freaks like me. Greg in search for a date experiences all sorts of stupid things with him but eventually finds a date but rowley is left out. I have read all the books except hard luck

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