100 Cupboards Under the Tree

In case you do yet have your very own copy of 100 Cupboards for your children, it is a great gift for Christmas. Go here to have a peek in the cupboards, and remember that the sequel, Dandelion Fire, will be coming out in the new year. If you want to leave a comment here, I will enter your name in a drawing for an autographed copy. Yes, I am actually conducting my very own contest. (Bekah is having such a good time over on her Fortnightly Purse that I couldn’t resist.) We’ll pick a winner on December 10, so you will have it in time to put under your Christmas tree!

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65 thoughts on “100 Cupboards Under the Tree

  1. Nancy,
    Last week I read In the Days of Noah for my Kindergarten class. It was our first time reading one of his books, and the kids and I loved it! I am so excited to see this one. What an exciting plot! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Since Rebekah’s last winner was No. 1, I doubt I stand a chance, but it gives me an opportunity to win something and take the time to thank you for your writing! πŸ™‚ I especially enjoy the Sabbath and holiday posts — they are so encouraging and gracious, you never seem to forget the obstacles to creating lovely memories! It is so helpful to me who aspires to great things, yet sees so many daily failings! May God continue to bless your plain, yet gentle, speaking!

  3. 100 Cupboards was the favorite read-aloud book at our house this year.
    My children have been after me to obtain a copy of Dandelion Fire as soon as possible — thanks for offering us a chance to win one.
    In the meantime, my oldest is pondering N.D.’s advice as she labors over her own first manuscript.
    God bless you for all the wisdom and beauty dispensed around here.

  4. The web ad is excellent – I had fun looking in all the doors! It was on par with the work we used to do when I worked in the interactive agency world. If the site is any indication, I am sure I will love the book!

  5. Greetings! I’m new to your blog, directed here by a friend, and I have been enjoying your posts very much. I’ve been inspired by all the Christmas crafts to make our advent calendar this year, since finding one in Russia is probably impossible–they celebrate Christmas in January and not very well; New Year’s is the thing here!
    I’m always on the lookout for good books for my son, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to say thank you and enter your contest!
    Merry Christmas!

  6. I purchased Leepike Ridge for my son last year and although it is not my favored genre, I enjoyed it very much. Please sign me up for this one! Thanks.

  7. I’m in. Our family loved reading Leepike Ridge together. And, I think that our 8-year-old son is primed and ready for 100 Cupboards. If we don’t win, I will need to buy a copy for Christmas. Thanks!!

  8. Oh, what a wonderful opportunity .. to get one of Mr. N. D. Wilson’s books….I’m sure one of my boys would love to read it (and me too).

  9. We’d love a copy!

    Also just thought I’d tell you that thanks to your encouraging posts about Sabbath Feasting, we had our first one last night! Everyone had a great time, including the 4 kids aged 2 and under! πŸ™‚

  10. Oh goodness! This was our favorite read-aloud book this year. My husband did an amazing job with the voices of the different characters and the kids and I were at the edge of our seats all the time saying “please don’t stop, keep reading.” This would be the BEST Christmas present for our ENTIRE family. πŸ™‚

  11. Ooh–I have so many people who need to read this book–if I could loan it to them, it would be wonderful…

    *grin* Please enter me.


  12. I’ve heard this is a wonderful read. I’ve so enjoyed your website, Nancy, with all your creative ideas and wise insights. Thank you!

  13. Wow, How lovely it would be to have this under the tree for my two younger brothers. Please count me in too.

  14. The book sounds fascinating, and I would love to read it! I mean…my neice would love to read it… πŸ˜‰

  15. I LOVED 100 Cupboards! I picked it up to “proof” it for our small church library and fell in love! Your son is truly a talented writer (and no, I’m not trying to flatter). Forget the contest – I’m just excited the sequel is coming! My son is still a toddler, but I know he’ll love it one day!

  16. My son has been waiting with great anticipation for this next book…ever since he turned the last page of 100 Cupboards. Thanks for including us in the drawing.

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