By visiting this blog, you could win four issues of Alphabet Soup magazine. Alphabet Soup magazine is celebrating their spring 2009 issue with a blog tour -- and you could be a winner.
From 1 – 7 September, Rebecca Newman (Alphabet Soup’s Publisher and Editor) will visit 7 different blogs, where she’ll answer questions about the magazine. Find out what started it all, how the magazine could be used in the classroom, who’s on the team at the magazine, and more!
The spring ‘09 issue marks the magazine’s first birthday. To celebrate, there’s a set of the first four issues to be won. Right here! So make sure you visit this blog on 6 September.
BLOG TOUR DATES:
1 September 2009
What led the publisher to start Alphabet Soup magazine?
Dale Harcombe (Write and Read With Dale)
2 September 2009
What goes into ‘whipping up’ an issue of the magazine?
Sally Murphy (Sally Murphy’s Writing for Children Blog)
3 September 2009
Promotion and Alphabet Soup
Claire Saxby (Let’s Have Words)
4 September 2009
Submissions, and selecting material
Mabel Kaplan (Tales I Tell)
5 September 2009
Alphabet Soup in the classroom: benefits for teachers
Dee White (Teachers Writing Helper)
6 September 2009
‘First birthday’ giveaway. Win a set of the first four issues!
Robyn Opie (Writing Children’s Books)
7 September 2009
Who’s on the team behind Alphabet Soup magazine?
Sandy Fussell (Stories Are Light)
You can subscribe to Alphabet Soup via their website: http://www.alphabetsoup.net.au
See you soon!