Win an Epic Mouseheart Prize Pack: $50 Gift Card, Skateboard Deck, Books & More! (Ends 7/14)

Mouseheart

Whether it was movies, books or even comic books, one of my favorite types of stories has always been ones involving animals. I’m talking about the kinds of stories where little four-legged creatures talk to each other, go on adventures and basically act pretty much like people.

One of my favorite issues of Captain America involved a villain/creature named Vermin. He was kind of like a rat person in looks and vicious attitude. But he also seemed to have control over the filthy little creatures, which is both super cool and super gross. Kind of like the movies Ben or Willard, chock full of super-smart rats.

Well, a new mouse has entered the battlefield and he looks way cooler and more courageous than he does spooky. Simon and Schuster’s Mouseheart is a truly epic adventure starring a cute li’l pet mouse named Hopper, who, well… who kind of discovers an entire super-secret world.

ABOUT THE BOOK
Hopper is just an ordinary pet-shop mouse—until he escapes. Soon he finds himself below the bustling streets of Brooklyn, deep within the untamed tangles of transit tunnels, and in Atlantia, a glorious utopian rat civilization.

But all is not as it seems. Hopper misses Pinkie and Pup, the siblings he lost in the escape attempt. Atlantia is constantly threatened by roving rebels who wish to bring the city to its knees. And there are cats everywhere, cats who would normally eat a rodent in a second, but leave the rats unharmed . . . and no one can seem to answer why.

Soon Hopper is caught in the crosshairs of an epic battle, one that spans generations and species. As the clashes rage, Hopper learns terrible, extraordinary secrets. Deadly secrets about Atlantia. Painful secrets about his friends.

And one powerful secret about himself.

Age Range: 8 – 12 years/Grade Level: 3 – 7

If you want just a taste of the adventure in store for Hopper and readers everywhere, do yourself a favor and check out the Mouseheart website. Seriously, it’s pretty darn cool. Highly interactive, full of beautiful, colorful illustrations, you’ll learn everything there is to know about Mouseheart, and then some!

Now, to help celebrate the epic launch of Mouseheart, Simon & Schuster wants to reward one of Mommy’s Busy Go Ask Daddy’s lucky readers with a super-tastic, mega-awesome (Or is that super-awesome, mega-tastic?) Mouseheart Prize Pack valued at $200!!!

Win 3 epic books!
Win 3 epic books!
Nobody told Ryan you need wheels to skate.
Nobody told Ryan you need wheels to skate.
Ryan shows off his Mouseheart T-shirt and Skate Deck
Ryan shows off his Mouseheart T-shirt and Skateboard Deck

1 Lucky Winner will take home:

  • $50 Visa to go on your own EPIC adventure
  • Custom Mouseheart T-shirt
  • Custom Mouseheart skateboard deck
  • Plus 3 great books: Mouseheart, The Search for WondLa, and Belly Up (Jason already finished reading this one and LOVED it so much, he wants to read the sequel.)

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Win an Epic Mouseheart Prize Pack!

(Total Value: $200!)

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 Giveaway ends on July 14, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. Prize valued at $200. Prizing & samples courtesy of Simon & Schuster. The 1 winner will be chosen at random and announced on this site. Giveaway is open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including District of Columbia), who are at least eighteen (18) years old at the time of entry. The 1 Winner will be notified by email and has 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

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143 thoughts on “Win an Epic Mouseheart Prize Pack: $50 Gift Card, Skateboard Deck, Books & More! (Ends 7/14)”

  1. Right out of college I got a job that required me to travel across the country. I had never been on a plane, I was the new kid and it was a 4 hr flight. I was scared but it all worked out.

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  2. I flew at the age of 32 for the first time ever.I went by myself 1200 miles away,leaving my husband and 4 kids at home for a week.I went to see New York for the first time and meet friends I had never met in person.

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  3. white water rafting and never never again! i feel asleep during the presentation and had no clue what i was doing!

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  4. Bravest thing I’ve done was go away to college in a state across the country and I had never even been farther than a state or 2 away at the time.

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  5. the bravest thing that i ever did was answer 911 calls for three years. i had to stay cool, calm and collected and get people the help they needed in a timely manner.

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  6. I got married when I was very young. It was an extremely bad situation and I finally got the courage and was brave enough to leave him when I was 21. Best thing I ever did.

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  7. The bravest thing I have ever done is fly to Turkey by myself with my 8 month old son to meet my husband who was stationed there.

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  8. When I was little, we lived on top of a hill and our driveway was very steep and long. Me and my friend would go down the driveway on a wagon and steer the wagon ourselves and come flying into the road at the bottom. I think we were inspired by Calvin & Hobbes. 🙂 I have no idea how my parents never found out about it – we could have easily crashed or gotten run over!

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  9. Taking my oldest children away from a horrible situation when they were two and three with no job or nowhere to go. I got a job quickly and we lived in a hotel that I paid for weekly till we got our own place. It was also the best decision I ever made.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  10. I would say being with my dad in the hospital knowing that he wasn’t going to make it but trying to support my mom .

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  11. I would have too say going on a greyhound Bus from AZ too Toronto Ontario Canada & back alone what an adventure that was

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  12. What’s the bravest thing you’ve ever done?

    i once jumped off a dumpster..if i did it today i would be in trouble

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  13. The bravest thing I’ve ever done was giving a speech in front of a large group, I have a huge fear of public speaking but this was important. It was to tell my personal story of abuse and how I got through it to women with similar issues.

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  14. The bravest thing I ever did was have a scary operation for my back when I was 10 years old. It was tough, but I made it through it!

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  15. I would say the bravest thing was to move away from my home in Wisconsin to be with my soon to be husband in Texas..after that we moved every few years with the military and I had to be brave each time, always starting over. 20 years and 3 kids later we are done moving until they are out of school!

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  16. The bravest thing I ever did was by far taking a road trip with my husband, his mother, his sister and her 2 boys plus ready for it a 3 month old ALL IN THE SAME VEHICLE!!! We started in florida then West Virginia then Pennslvanyia next stop New Jersey!!! I don’t know what we were thinking I didn’t think my love and I would make it out of this one I actually told him halfway through the trip the baby and I were flying home as soon as we got to his Dads in PA lol not to mention my love is the baby and so he is treated and we just had our first little guy so it was a very very crazy but fun trip! Now my little ham is 6 we have another little guy he is 2 and his Mom and Sister are my bestfriends and no more “family” trips ever! lol

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  17. The bravest thing I’ve ever done is uh..move out of the country to the city to change my life and get away from bad things.. I moved to a place where I only knew My mom and brother and my moms few friends .. And I started over. A year later I met a loser .. I didn’t think he was a loser at the time. So not everything changed at that point.. But I ended up having a beautiful little girl with him and although he has only seen her about ten times in 4 years .. She’s the best thing that could have ever happened to me and without wanting to change my life .. I would not have moved ..I would not have met dummy head and I would not have had this beautiful little girl. I think it was brave.
    I didn’t jump in front of a bus to save someone’s life.. But I saved my own. And now I know better then to get involved with guys that don’t have jobs and don’t want a job.. That’s shows a lot aboutba person if they don’t want to work.. I have been single for over 3 years but I’m ok with it.. I have my little girl and I don’t think I could love anyone else .. My heart is already so full.

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  18. I hate roller coasters and when my daughter wanted to go on one- I did for her with my eyes shut all the way .. which I think made it worse.

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  19. When I was younger two Rottweilers attacked my dog. I was 8ish at the time and a peewee and I managed to seperate the dogs, yelled at them and they were so submissive they followed me home so that I could tell my parents what happened and they brought the dogs to the owners to get vet bills taken care of.

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  20. The braves thing I’ve ever done is join the roller derby team as a referee. It’s a rough sport with lots of potential for hurt, but I love it. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  21. Man that is a hard one. I’m not that adventurous lol. The only thing I can think of is Going on a roller coaster at Silverwood Theme Park.

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  22. The bravest thing I have ever done, was getting on a roller coaster. I was absolutely terrified of them, always afraid they would go off track or something. I knew the only way to get over it, was just to do it, and after standing in line for 25 minutes with my stomach feeling like I was going to get sick, and tons of sweat from being so scared, I did it!

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  23. excepted my ex husband’s girlfriend into my family so that my Daughters and Granddaughter’s could have Love and peace…

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  24. I’ve never done anything really brave so I will say raising 2 girls. I’ve got one starting high school and that means boys. I am not looking forward to boys. Thank you!

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  25. After being attacked by a dog when I was younger it took a while to be around dogs again but now I am perfectly fine being around them.

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  26. I resuscitated my 3rd baby when she was just weeks old. I found her blue and not breathing and I worked on her, got her breathing and then called 911. Looking back, I am amazed I stayed calm enough to use my brains and not panic!

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  27. One of the bravest things I ever did was moving from Houston to Colorado–it’s a long story, but it was almost like stepping into thin air. That was some years ago, but I am braver in many ways since I did that.

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  28. My sibling and I got off the school bus and walked home. We saw smoke inside the house. I told my sibling to stay outside while I checked it out. The smoke was coming from a pot of scorched/burnt food on the stove. I turned the stove off, remove the pot. and let my siblings come inside.

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  29. Bravest thing I ever did was fly to The Netherlands by myself to visit a pen pal I’d been writing to for years…Spend a few weeks doing lots of non-touristy things. While it was a fun adventure; Dorothy Gale was right ~ “There’s no place like home”

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  30. There are a few things I could mention. I went to Holland by myself on a trip. I didn’t know anyone there. I just wanted to go. The other thing would be moving to a strange place when I was 13.

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  31. The bravest thing I have ever done is last year at the age of 30 I went back to school and got my GED, and started college 1 week later. As a wife, and mom of three I never thought I would be able to do this! Actually I really didn’t even think I was even smart enough to get my GED. It was scary, but I did it!

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  32. I can’t think of anything brave I’ve done lately. I think I was brave when I went through my parents’ divorce when I was 6 years old.

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