In full celebration of Valentines Day —
and the month of February,
we’ve created the
Sparkle Love Package!
“And what’s in this little Package”, you ask?
Three good things:
1. A FREE Junkyard Tales Story!
This story features the whole Junkyard crew, and celebrates the kindness and caring that can be inspired at this time of year! Listen as Ben Thompson figures out how to give the perfect gift to someone he admires. You’ll find it HERE.
This hour-long audio book includes three delightful and touching stories about love, sharing and festival fun. (It’s filled delightful ideas for Valentines celebrations! And four different ways to say I LOVE YOU.) You can purchase it HERE.
3. And a brand-new Sparkle Promotion: One Month of the At Home with Martin & Sylvia Subscription – for FREE!
Wow, right? This is the first time we’ve been able to offer a subscription for Free — and we’re excited about it!
Martin & Sylvia stories are filled with sweetness, love and delight — and we think they are PERFECT for February days. So — until February 14th — families can try one month of stories for no cost. Simple and sweet.
Sign up right HERE.
You can SHARE the Sparkle Love too!
We’ll be posting on Facebook and Pinterest — just to spread the word about our Valentine’s deal. You can make it your own Valentine’s gift to friends and family! “My Valentines love! Sparkle is giving away a month of Martin & Sylvia stories! Sign-up here and enjoy!”
Happy Valentines Day from Sparkle!
(NOTE to our current subscribers to At Home with Martin & Sylvia: our little subscription system is smart in many many ways, but it doesn’t yet know how to prorate an account when a promotion is applied to an existing subscription.
In order to make sure you continue to receive each week’s stories with the proper billing, you will need to “Cancel” your existing At Home with Martin & Sylvia subscription on the Manage Your Subscriptions page — before applying this discount. And should you want to continue the subscription after the promotion ends, you will need to”Resubscribe”. Just a little heads up!)