As I noted yesterday, Disneynature’s AFRICAN CATS is leaping into theaters near you on Earth Day, April 22, 2011.To learn more about this film and to see a stunning gallery of images from the film check out yesterday’s post – Disneynature’s AFRICAN CATS Opens Earth Day 2011.
If you want to learn more about how to win a copy of Disneynature AFRICAN CATS: The Story Behind the Film, keep reading.
WHAT YOU CAN WIN!:
One Growing a Green Family reader will win a copy of the new book Disneynature AFRICAN CATS: The Story Behind the Film. This lovely companion book to the new film African Cats offers a unique look at the interwoven stories of each African cat featured in the film.
Filled with stunning photographs of the Kenyan plains and the remarkable animals that reside on them, this is the perfect book for an animal loving kid (or adult).
This giveaway starts today, April 14, 2011 and ends on Earth Day, Friday April 22, 2011. Midnight – west coast time.
HOW TO ENTER:
Leave a comment on this post, telling me your child’s favorite wild animal. If you’re child-free and still want to enter, that’s fine, just tell me your own favorite wild animal.
- U.S. Residents only please. Although Disneynature (and Growing a Green Family) love our worldwide pals, shipping is only possible in the U.S. for this giveaway.
- One entry per household please.
- On April 23, 2011, I’ll draw one random winner from all eligible entries, post the winner’s name here and also email the winner.
- VERY IMPORTANT! If you’re the winner, you’ll need to email me back by April 26th – which yes, is not a lot of time, but the giveaway sponsors are on a time crunch. If you don’t email me back by the 26th, I’ll assume you’re not interested and award the book to another reader on the 27th.
- To get your prize to you I’ll need your full name, U.S. mailing address, valid email, and phone number. I don’t share this info with anyone but Disneynature promoters. However, if you’re not comfortable giving this info to me, please do not enter.
DON’T FORGET: during the film’s opening week (April 22-28), a portion of the proceeds from that week’s ticket sales will be donated to AWF through the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund to protect the Amboseli Wildlife Corridor, a passage between the Amboseli, Tsavo West and Chyulu Hills National Parks that is frequently used by lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras, giraffes and a host of other animals in the African savanna. For more information about the movie and the “See AFRICAN CATS, Save the Savanna” initiative, check out the links below: