So here's the deal--and the prizes. Prizes first, along with a big thanks to the generous providers of said prizes, all of whom you may recognize as current or past advertisers on Daddy Types: a 4-piece custom-made crib set [bumper pad, crib sheet, crib skirt and decorative pillow] from javis davis [javisdavis.com]
The Face, by Philippe Starck, as much an art object as a riding toy--wild--provided by Sparkability [sparkability.net]
Classic Alexander Girard designs, on pillows and kid-sized T-shirts, newly reissued and exclusively from modernseed [modernseed.com]
Goodnight Moon rarities: a hardcover first edition of Goodnight Moon, plus a first [only?] edition copy of the 1993 GM parody, Boom Baby Moon by Sean Kelly & Ron Hauge, provided by--daddytypes.com.
daddy type t-shirts  in some limited-run colors [sizes and color tbd with the winner, based on availability and what he/she thinks about orange.]
As for the rules, I think we'll go with the same rules from last summer's book review contest, basically: everyone who sends in a review that gets posted or linked to is eligible to win something.
repeat reviews of the same book are fine, so long as they're different/interesting enough. While different, "I think that's bizarre, too!" probably won't make the interesting cut. Other than that, the only reason a review won't get posted is if it's seriously offensive or bad [i.e., off the site's own bad/offensive chart, that is.]
the winners will be selected at random from all the entrants, making this more of a drawing than a contest, really.
the same terms apply to reviews as any other reader-submitted content around here [i.e., you own it, and let dt license and use it. this isn't some intellectual property grab...]
No one's email or info is being harvested, sold, or shared, except that winners will be put directly in touch with prize sponsors.
Reviews will be accepted through Monday July 10th, and the winners will be announced by the 12th, or within a couple of days after the last review runs. [As you may have noticed, they're showing up at around 3-4/day, so in case there's a backlog, I want to post them all first. And if it's ghost-town quiet around here for a whole week, well, I'll just chalk it up to people afraid of getting stuck with my used books.]
Questions? Complaints? Suggestions? Ask away, but remember, I'm both The Decider AND the Supreme Court around here.