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Publisher looks to lure parents to check out popular new children's book series.

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People can't buy what they don't know about.

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Up and coming Children's book publisher LLC is excited to announce a $1,000 Toys R Us Gift Certificate just in time for the holidays. With overwhelmingly positive reviews from parents, children, and child developmental specialists, the creators of Mr. Duz children's books are settling in for a long run.

The contest is open to anyone who visits, although the Grand Prize will only be awarded to someone over eighteen. The $1,000 gift certificate may be used at any Toys R Us store or at their website. The give-a-way is part of the company's ongoing promotional partnership with Mr. Duz children's books. has enjoyed rapid growth this fall, but still find them locked out of book stores. "We've had a new book come out every month since August, and we can't get them into the book stores," says Mr. Duz founder/author, Patrick Wellman. "People can't buy what they don't know about."

That means the children's book publisher has developed unique promotions to get their name in front of families. "We have created this Give-A-Way to introduce the public to Mr. Duz children's books and the website," said Wellman.

"We'll have the books in the stores eventually. These things just take time. Meanwhile, we'll continue to market the brand through Amazon,, Google, and," said Wellman. "I think the idea of a Toys R Us gift certificate and 'Shopping Spree' is a perfect fit for Mr. Duz. We're big supporters of games and toys that don't require a television set. Who has a bigger selection of toys than Toys R Us?"

The $1,000 Toys R Us gift certificate give-a-way contest will run now through December 15, 2007. Enter by visiting, or writing to: Mr. Duz Give-A-Way, 1325 West Sunshine #515, Springfield, MO 65807. Visit to choose from among the children's books.


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