"The Art of Ratatouille" Book Giveaway & The 2015 Book Club – Updated

Pixar Post Book Club Art of Ratatouille

UPDATED: The book club giveaway entry period has now been completed, congratulations to our winner stephycoffey for winning a copy of the book. 

Now that 2015 is comfortably underway, we wanted to get everything back underway with the Pixar Post Book Club (UPDATED: The link to the book club has been removed – no longer active), and what better way to get things going than offering a giveaway of our first book of the year — The Art of Ratatouille.

HOW TO ENTER

All you have to do to enter our giveaway for The Art of Ratatouille is log in (or sign up) to the Pixar Post Forum and leave a comment on the forum post letting us know your favorite character from Ratatouille (be sure to read the rules and qualifications below for verification purposes – entrants that do not meet the giveaway qualifications will be eliminated and another user will randomly be chosen). To enter, you must be at least 18 years of age and live in the 48 contiguous United States. The Pixar Post Forum is free to sign up for and the book is completely free as well (even shipping the book to you).

For our readers who are under 18 years of age, you may have a parent sign up on the forum and enter, but you may not enter on their behalf.

How many times can you enter? Only one entry per person/user.

The giveaway will remain open from Sunday, January 25, 2015, at 11:00 PM Eastern Standard Time through February 1, 2015, at 11:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. One random winner will be chosen once the contest is closed and will be contacted by us through the forum (using the email address you signed up with). Once the winner claims the book, it will also be announced in the forum as well as this original post on PixarPost.com (by their first name and last initial).

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