A Prehistoric Giveaway–Signed Copies!

lugYou think you’ve got problems? Meet Lug, hero of a hilarious new middle grade series about a misunderstood caveboy.

From Egmont:

In Lug’s Stone Age clan, a caveboy becomes a caveman by catching a jungle llama and riding against the rival Boar Rider clan in the Big Game. The thing is, Lug has a forbidden, secret art cave and would rather paint than smash skulls. Because Lug is different, his clan’s Big Man is out to get him, he’s got a pair of bullies on his case—oh, and the Ice Age is coming.

When Lug is banished from the clan for failing to catch a jungle llama, he’s forced to team up with Stony, a silent Neanderthal with a very expressive unibrow, and Echo, a girl from a rival clan who can talk to animals and just may be prehistory’s first vegetarian and animal rights activist. Together they face even bigger challenges—Lug discovers the Ice Age is coming and he has to bring the warring clans together to save them not only from the freeze but also from a particularly unpleasant migrating pride of saber-toothed tigers. It’s no help that the elders are cavemen who can’t seem to get the concept of climate change through their thick skulls.

SLJ says, “This book is filled with humor but also a deeper message of learning to accept who you are and not backing down from what you are passionate about. . . . A roaring addition for public and school libraries.” 

A second Lug book is scheduled for fall 2015. Visit David’s website at www.davidzeltser.com. He’s also on Twitter: @davidzeltser

David is generously giving away five free and signed copies! To be eligible to win, please leave a comment below.

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Tricia is the author of many books for middle grade, most recently "Every Single Second" (HarperCollins) and the third book in the Cody series, "Cody and the Rules of Life" (Candlewick Press). A frequent speaker at schools, libraries, and conferences, she lives in Cleveland OH. You can find out more about her and her work at www.triciaspringstubb.com
  1. Wow, sounds like a great series and would be great in my middle school library!!

  2. This sounds like a book kids will LOVE.

  3. This sounds great, and I’m especially pleased that it’s not another knock-off of Wimpy Kid.

  4. Looks awesome! My son would love this!!!

  5. Love the idea of a cave boy artist. After all, someone had to draw the pictographs and petroglyphs!

  6. Looks very cute! I’d love to win!

  7. Thanks for this!!

  8. Clever idea. I wish I had thought of that. Good luck with it.

  9. Very intriguing story idea and sounds like a great read-aloud.

  10. This sounds like a delightful book. Thanks for a chance to win.

  11. This sounds hilarious!

  12. This sounds like a book kids would love to read!

  13. Could you please link to me ?I am the next stop on the blog tour. Thanks!