Wednesday, February 29, 2012

100 Followers Giveaway 1.2

The second giveaway is a $25 Barnes and Noble gift card. To enter that the giveaway for the Barnes and Noble Gift card, simply leave a comment telling me what book you would love to add to your school or personal library.

The Nitty-Gritty

Entries will be accepted through 8 PM (MST) on Monday, March 5, 2012.  Winners will be chosen using on Monday, March 5, 2012.

*Participants may enter this giveaway one time.  Multiple entries will be deleted.

Please make sure that I have a way to contact you via email when you comment, either via blogger, or by leaving your email address in the comment.


  1. I think every school library should have a copy of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and The Giving Tree.

  2. "To Kill a Mockingbird".
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  3. Another awesome giveaway! I would love to add the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series (I have the first and the last currently)...or maybe the "Dear Dumb Diary" books kiddos LOVE "diary" style books!

  4. I would love to add "Divergant" and the rest of the series, which hasn't been published yet. I am always looking for great series to suggest after my readers finish "Hunger Games" thanks!

  5. I have the Hunger Games on my to-read list so be glad to pick that up to read! Great job on reading 100 followers, Sarah!
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  6. I would also LOVE to add "Divergent"! This pairs up spectacularly with the Hunger Games. If I were to do a literary "bundle" with the theme of dystopian societies, I would include "The Giver", "Hunger Games", "Divergent", "Shipbreaker" and "Matched". I love this theme and read EVERYTHING there is out there.

  7. I would love to add The Hunger Games books to my libarary! Congrats!

    jess (dot) minguez (at) gmail (dot) com

  8. I am reading "The Wonderland Wars" to my class right now (aewsome!) and I have read "Seeing Redd" myself but I would really, really love to add "Archenemy" (the 3rd book in the the series!) to the set. I also want to get "Cinder" (LOVED IT!) for my class library because I know a lot of my students would love to read it but I only have it as a Nook book!

    Thanks for the opportunity!
    Des @
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