Candy Making for Kids: Book Blog Tour + Giveaway

I am thrilled to be a part of my dear friend Courtney Whitmore’s new book blog tour, Candy Making for Kids!  Courtney was my roommate at SNAP and she is just as sweet, adorable and genuine in person as she is on her blog!  You may know Courtney from her fabulous website Pizzazzerie or her previous book Push Up Pops.  If you haven’t already bought and read her first book, Push Up Pops, you should!  It’s full of delicious eye candy ideal for anyone who loves to plan parties.

As a mother of 3 children, I’m excited to help launch her latest book, Candy Making for Kids now available here on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.  Candy Making for Kids is jammed pack with fun and playful ideas that are perfect for kids of any age.  Kimberly Schlegel Whitman, Editor-At-Large of Southern Living said it best “There is nothing more fun than entertaining children.  They make the best guests!  Pick any sweet treat from Courtney’s book and dazzle the little guests and adults alike!”

Congratulations Courtney on another successful book!  As a stop on the Candy Making for Kids book tour I’m thrilled to be able to offer one lucky reader a chance to win a signed copy of the new book.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Win It: This is a Rafflecoper giveaway, open to U.S. residents only.  The first entry is mandatory, the rest are extra ways to enter.  Remember to leave an email address and good luck!

Buy It:  You can purchase Candy Making for Kids at Amazon or Barnes and Noble. A purchase is not necessary to enter the giveaway.  If you want your book signed, email with the subject line BOOK SIGNATURE and proof of purchase (screen shot of Amazon order, picture of receipt, etc) along with a shipping address, who to make the greeting out to, and she’ll send you a book plate.

Author: Courtney Whitmore
Photography: Zac Williams

Mariah Leeson is the creative mind behind With a passion for celebrating, Mariah created Giggles Galore to inspire families to celebrate life’s little moments with creative, budget friendly ideas. She loves cooking, reading, crafting, hosting parties and most of all spending time giggling with her family.


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  1. Great book!

  2. This would be fun to use for granddaughter visits.

  3. I think M&M's would be my favorite candy as a kid

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  5. My favorite candy in the world is SNICKERS…from the freezer preferably :)

  6. Godiva's Dark Chocolate Raspberry Bars! I worked for Godiva so my chocolate standards are a bit refined!

  7. Chocolate is my favorite kind of candy! A chocolate covered pretzel always makes me smile =)

  8. I love Malt Balls

  9. I love Snickers!

  10. i really love peppermint bark or any other kind of bark really

  11. My favorite candy is anything with chocolate :) I would use this for a special treat as a project with students this semester, I am student teaching :)

  12. My favorite candy would have to be chocolate covered nuts… almonds , peanuts, cashews…I'm not.picky :)

  13. My favorites are M&M's and Hershey's Kisses.

  14. I love anything with mint & chocolate. The mint chocolate m&m's are one of my faves!

  15. Mmm, Take 5?

  16. My favorite candy is M&M peanuts!

  17. Let's see hersheys, reeses, snickers, carmello, heath bars, skors, reeses pieces and many more!

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