Irish-themed Giveaway

I am so pleased that Mairéad hosts this giveaway on her blog Irish American Mom!

Leave a comment on her blog for a chance to win all or some of the prizes listed below:

Five skeins of yarn, hand-dyed in Ireland (“in the wilds of the Mizen Peninsula”) by Eve Chambers

My middle-grade novel The Greenest Wind – A Summer in Ireland.
In the novel Lucy loves knitting patchwork throws. When visiting her aunt in West Cork, she discovers hand-dyed wool and knits a little masterpiece in many shades of green.
By the way, Rebecca Heier, who translated the book, is not only an award-winning translator but also an avid knitter:)

Over the years quite a lot of young readers of the German original Eine Tüte grüner Wind wanted to learn knitting after reading the book.

An Irish Lucky Penny

A postcard-size magnet of the book cover by Sam Kalda that shows Lucy reading and knitting in the cozy window-seat in her aunt’s old cottage

The giveaway is open to readers in the US, the UK, and Ireland.

Über Gesine Schulz

Schriftstellerin / Writer
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