$50 Visa GC and Copy of Book I Kill Giants-1-US-Ends 4/4 #IKillGiants | Miki's Hope

$50 Visa GC and Copy of Book I Kill Giants-1-US-Ends 4/4 #IKillGiants

Monday, March 26, 2018


This fun giveaway is hosted by Mom Does Reviews.


This sounds to be be a movie that will keep everyone's attention--action, action and more action! I love that it is a female who has to save her world! Of course, and if you know me (Miki's Hope), you know I would want to read the book first!! But whether you read the book first or see the movie first-------don't miss this one. There is a $50 Visa GC to help pay for it!

I KILL GIANTS – In select theaters and On Demand


From the acclaimed graphic novel comes an epic adventure about a world beyond imagination. Teen Barbara Thorson (Madison Wolfe, The Conjuring 2) is the only thing that stands between terrible giants and the destruction of her small town. But as she boldly confronts her fears in increasingly dangerous ways, her new school counselor (Zoe Saldana, Guardians of the Galaxy) leads her to question everything she’s always believed to be true. I Kill Giants is an intense, touching story about trust, courage and love from the producers that brought you Harry Potter.



  • Based on the acclaimed graphic novel by Joe Kelly and Ken Niimura
  • From the producer of Harry Potter, Chris Columbus
  • Academy award-winning director, Anders Walter

I Kill Giants is in select theaters and On Demand, find it on iTunes.


ENTER TO WIN!


One (1) winner receives: $50 Visa gift card for an I KILL GIANTS Movie Night and a Copy of the book (movie tie-in cover)

US mailing addresses only, ages 18+

Prizing courtesy of RLJ Entertainment

The giveaway ends 4/4 at 1159p est


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17 comments :

Lauryn Rescoe said...

I teach my children to stand up for themselves by talking to them about it. My husband is very good at teaching them this as well.

amycrocker76 said...

I teach them by explaining to them to not be afraid to tell adults when there’s a problem. I also teach them to stand up for themselves, their peers, and to do the right thing.

slehan said...

No kids. I was proud of myself when I stood up to a guy at work who kept harassing me. He got written up.
Thanks for the contest.
slehan at juno dot com

Robin Abrams said...

We teach them by talking to them about standing up for their self or if the problem is to bad not to be afraid to talk to a adult to help them.

Melissa Storms said...

I teach my son to stand up for himself. Unfortunately there are those instances when the smartest thing is to walk away. I have taught him it is not a weakness and in fact a certain type of bravery, to do so at times.

Deb PelletierC said...

Parents need to be there for years, when our oldest teenage daughter had a young man stalking her. Her dad had a talk with a police officer asking him to talk to the young man . The police did talk to him , and they were going to keep a eye on the problem. This let the guy know other people were watching.

Tina Woo said...

I'm just the proud auntie but I do try to teach my young family members by being a good role model and always being there to listen when they have an issue.

erica said...

My kids are both out the house, but i taught them to stand up for what they feel is right and to stand up for those without a voice.

autumn grace said...

I taught them that I am here to listen when they have an issue.. Always know their surroundings ...

kdrae said...
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kdrae said...

I teach them that their voice is just as important as mine. Speak up whenever you want!
kdraebellamy(at)yahoo(dot)com

Linda Madden said...

I've always taught my kids to come to me if someone was bothering them. My children were always open to me.

Alice Santell said...

I am only 24 so I am basically still a kid myself. If I had kids I'd tell them that they are important and to speak for what they believe in. Not everyone is going to agree with you, but everyone has a right to their opinion. Some people just have wrong opinions.

Becky Richardson said...

I think that our children and grandchildren should have an adult to talk to instead of handling the situation by themselves.

Alexandra Y said...

I teach my son to speak up for himself and call kids out when they are being mean.

Tough Inspector said...

I love that KILL GIANTS deals with courage and standing up for yourself as I always teach my kids be kind and courteous but not allow themselves to be hurt or bullied! Nicole Bowers

Susan Quackenbush said...

We teach them by building their self esteem and through education.

 
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