Again, a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who participated. The moderator had a real tough time in selecting the final winner. She went through all the answers and seeing the fact we required a very compact answer, the winner is
Congratulations Anindita, please send in your details at email@example.com so that we can get the book shipped to you.
Also, a huge thanks to Random House India for agreeing to the idea and sponsoring this one!
Before I float out the what you have to do to win this one, let me thank the ever generous Random House India for agreeing to sponsor a series of Christmas Giveaways that I am organising this whole December.
About The Book
The twenty-first century is a tough place for a child. The competition is razor-edged, the temptations myriad. Gone are thedays when children played catch in the neighbourhood, ate what they were given, and went to bed by 9. Now it’s all about staying ahead of the game, being in the know, having the latest gizmos. How does one then raise a happy and well-rounded child amid the pressures of this new age?In Who Do You Think You’re Kidding? acclaimed educationist Lina Ashar shows you how to:• prepare your child for a competitive new world by choosing what they want to study• shift focus from book-based studying to creative higher education• deal with adolescence• discover your child’s true potential.Based on her experiences and research, as a parent and teacher, this book will equip Indian parents with the right tools to guide their children on the right path.
What You Have To Do
All you have to do is, answer this following question.
What Is The Most Important Value That You Think Kids Must Be Educated About In The 21st Century?
Giveaway Terms & Conditions
1. Please post your answer in the comments section.
2. Answers should be as compact as possible.
3. Giveaway is restricted to India only.
4. Giveaway commences right now and ends on 15th December 2012 midnight.
Simple enough, eh? So what are you waiting for? Share what you think of the above question and you can win yourself a copy of Lina Ashar’s book! 🙂