Thursday, August 6, 2009

BACK TO SCHOOL FIVE BOOK GIVEAWAY!

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BACK TO SCHOOL

FIVE BOOK GIVEAWAY


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The end of summer is quite near and soon the kids
will be off to school. Hachette Book Group wants
to help me so my readers can celebrate our shared
love of learning/reading with a special giveaway
of 5 thought-inspiring books!


THANKS TO VALERIE AND THE

HACHETTE BOOK GROUP,
I HAVE FIVE SETS OF
"BACK TO SCHOOL"
PRIZE PACKS TO GIVE AWAY!

EACH SET CONTAINS THE
FOLLOWING FIVE BOOKS:


NurtureShock
Close Encounters of the Third-Grade Kind

In CHEAP We Trust

The Love Revolution
Six Pixels of Separation
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ABOUT THE BOOKS


NURTURESHOCK
by Po Bronson & Ashley Merryman


In a world of modern, involved, caring parents, why are so many kids aggressive and cruel? Where is intelligence hidden in the brain, and why does that matter? Why do cross-racial friendships decrease in schools that are more integrated? If 98% of kids think lying is morally wrong, then why do 98% of kids lie? What's the single most important thing that helps infants learn language?
NurtureShock is a groundbreaking collaboration between award-winning science journalists Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman. They argue that when it comes to children, we've mistaken good intentions for good ideas. With impeccable storytelling and razor-sharp analysis, they demonstrate that many of modern society's strategies for nurturing children are in fact backfiring--because key twists in the science have been overlooked. Nothing like a parenting manual, the authors' work is an insightful exploration of themes and issues that transcend children's (and adults') lives.


CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD-GRADE KIND
by Phillip Done


A twenty-year
veteran of the classroom, elementary school teacher Phillip Done takes readers through a lively and hilarious year in the classroom. Starting with the relative calm before the storm of buying school supplies and posting class lists, he shares the distinct personalities of grades K-4, what he learned from two professional trick or treating 8-year-old boys, the art of learning cursive and letter-writing, how kindergartners try to trap leprechauns, and what every child should experience before he or she grows up. These charming, sweet, and funny tales of Mr. Done's trials and triumphs as an award-winning schoolteacher will touch reader's hearts and remind them of the true joys of childhood. We all have that one special, favorite grade school teacher whom we fondly remember throughout our adult lives - and every teacher also has students whom they will never forget. This is the perfect book for teachers, parents, and anyone else who is looking for a lighthearted, nostalgic read.


IN CHEAP WE TRUST
by Lauren Weber

What does it mean to be cheap? When is stowing money away wise, and when is it miserly? How might American interpret the economic downturn after years of indulgence and over-spending?
To answer these questions, IN CHEAP WE TRUST considers our hot-and-cold relationship with thrift and offers a colorful ride through its history in America, from Ben Franklin and his famous maxims to the branding of Jews and the Chinese as cheap in order to neutralize the economic competition they represented. From Dumpster-diving and the psychology of hoarding to Americans' thrifty responses to war and recession, IN CHEAP WE TRUST teases out the meanings of the word "cheap" and explores the wisdom, virtues, and pleasures of not spending every last penny, all the while sparkling with smart, engaging writing that's well worth another precious asset-time!


THE LOVE REVOLUTION
by Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer has been teaching the Word of God since 1976 and has been in full-time ministry since 1980. She is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than seventy inspirational books. She has also released thousands of audio teachings as well as a complete video library. Joyce's ENJOYING EVERYDAY LIFE radio and television programs are broadcast around the world, and she travels extensively conducting conferences. Joyce and her husband, Dave, are the parents of four grown children and make their home in St. Louis, Missouri. You can visit her at www.joycemeyer.org.


SIX PIXELS OF SEPARATION
by Mitch Joel


Is it important to be connected? Well, consider this: If Facebook were a country, it would have the sixth largest population in the world.
The truth is, we no longer live in a world of six degrees of separation. In fact, we're now down to only six pixels of separation, which changes everything we know about doing business.
This is the first book to integrate digital marketing, social media, personal branding, and entrepreneurship in a clear, entertaining, and instructive manner that everyone can understand and apply.
Through the use of timely case studies and fascinating stories, SIX PIXELS OF SEPARATION offers a complete set of the latest tactics, insights, and tools that will empower you to reach a global audience and consumer base-and, best yet, you can do this pretty much for free. Digital marketing expert Mitch Joel unravels this fascinating world of new media-but does so with a brand-new perspective that is driven by compelling results. The smarter entrepreneurs and top executives are leveraging these digital channels to get their voice "out there"-connecting with others, becoming better community citizens, and, ultimately, making strategic business moves that are increasing revenue, awareness, and overall success in the marketplace-without the support of traditional mass media.
Everyone is connected. Isn't it time for you and your company to connect to everyone? SIX PIXELS OF SEPARATION will show you how.

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ABOUT THE GIVEAWAY!

THE RULES:
U.S. AND CANADIAN RESIDENTS ONLY
NO P. O. BOXES, PLEASE
PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS

HOW TO ENTER:

+1 ENTRY: COMMENT AND TELL ABOUT WHAT GRADE IN SCHOOL WAS YOUR FAVORITE AND WHY

+1 MORE ENTRY: BLOG OR TWEET ABOUT THIS GIVEAWAY AND LEAVE A LINK IN YOUR COMMENT

+1 MORE ENTRY: FOLLOW MY BLOG AS A NEW FOLLOWER WITH GOOGLE FRIEND CONNECT IN THE LEFT HAND COLUMN

+1 MORE ENTRY: TELL IF YOU ARE ALREADY A FOLLOWER OF ANY KIND

+1 MORE ENTRY: COMMENT ON ANOTHER POST OF MINE AND COME TELL ME WHICH ONE IT WAS AND IT CAN EVEN BE TO ENTER ANOTHER GIVEAWAY!

ALL ENTRIES ARE DUE BY
6 PM, EST, SEPTEMBER 12

GOOD LUCK TO ALL!

164 comments:

Bev said...

Well-someone has to be first - gulp.

Looks like a fun selection of titles:D

BevE
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throuthehaze said...

My favorite year was my senior year because it was easy. Also, in the second semester I only had two morning classes so I got to go home early every day.

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throuthehaze said...

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Debbie said...

I loved first grade. I had the sweetest teacher, Mrs. White, and met two friends that I am still close to 41 years later.

Debbie said...

I am a follower.

Debbie said...

I commented on yesterday's post.
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elaing8 said...

please enter me in the giveaway

my favorite year of school was 10th grade.Alot of my friends from another school came to my high school that year.Plus i had the best teacher that year for a few classes.

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elaing8 said...

I'm already a follower through Google friend Connect

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elaing8 said...

Commented on all 5 Hachette Rita Giveaway posts.

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Pam said...

Wow - what a generous giveaway! Count me in please! My favourite grade in school was likely grade 12. I was finally able to take the courses of my choosing instead of the obligatory ones and I finally figured out where I fit in and had a group of good friends and a social life.

+ already following you
+ commented on the tall tales & wedding veils post

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gahome2mom said...

I am not first, am I? One of my favorites was the 10th grade when I got to be on the Yearbook Staff in high school. I tried to get on the YS when I was attending a Christian school but transferred to public. The Christian school kids didn't accept me. I guess I wasn't geeky enough. lol Jokin'... :)

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rhapsodyinbooks said...

I guess my favorite was 4th grade because I liked my teacher a lot. She was much younger than my other teachers had been - they were more like grandmas - so it was very exciting (for some reason!).

Please enter me!

+1 for old follower!

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Wanda said...

Grade 12 was my favourite grade because I knew that my adult life would begin after that and it was exciting!
Please enter my name in your draw. Thank you.
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Wanda said...

I am a follower of your blog.
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trishalynn0708 said...

+1 my favorite grade in school was my senior year. I had everything practically done so it flew by for me

+1 I am a google follower

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traveler said...

Thanks for this wonderful giveaway. My favorite grade was grade 2. Saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

Vera said...

Awesome giveaway! my favorite grade was 12th because it was when I finally stopped caring about what's "cool" and what's not.

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Vera said...

I'm a follower. vvperesk@gmail.com

Holly said...

Terrific giveaway. My favorite year? Probably my senior year, because I was finally finished! I remember my 5th grade year being a lot of fun, because I had a fun teacher.

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cabadov said...

What a great collection of books! Favourinte year? Hmm, I'd have to say grade 8. Mainly because of my teacher. She really impressed upon me a great joy and interest in literature. Thanks for offering these up.
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demmi said...

my favorite was 6 grade because I was learning was still fun for me it was down hill from there con5459(at)gmail(dot)com

Sue said...

Freshman year of college. It was all new -- new city, new friends, new place to live. I loved college, but my freshman year was the BEST.

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Beth said...

Senior year of high school. I was already accepted to college and all the academics were quite easy. Plus, we got out early!

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Beth said...

I'm already a follower.

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Marian said...

My favorite year was senior year - more free periods and we got to choose our classes. I had English Literature and Biology, and enjoyed them both. Plus, there was college to look forward to.

Just became a follower of your blog. :)

Marian
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cherdon said...

My favorite grade in school was Grade 12 because it was my final year and I was engaged to be married once I graduated, which I did and am still married to the same man 35 years later :-)

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cherdon said...

Tweeted

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cherdon said...

I already follow

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cherdon said...

I took the what flower am I quiz thinking there would be a comment once finished but there wasn't. Turns out I am a Daffodil.

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cherdon said...

Commented on your Welcome to Bookin' with Bingo in reviews & giveaways :-)

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Renee G said...

I would say that seventh grade was one of my favorite years. My parents sent me to a new, smaller school and I loved knowing everyone in all my classes.
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Sheila (bookjourney) said...

Hmmm..... I think it was 2nd grade when I won my first bookworm award.... of course that may have been the year I won the messiest locker award too.....

Please count me in for this giveaway - it looks wonderful.

Linna said...

My fave is 10th grade. I met my best friends then. :D

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Patricia said...

Grade 8 was my favorite year - I went away to boarding school. The school was run by the Sisters of Holy Rosary and, contrary to popular belief, it was fun. The sisters played broomball with us, went for walks, etc.

holdenj said...

I had to think about this a day, I really like school overall! But looking back, I think I liked my Fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Gray the most. I really bloomed that year in the academic area and she really challenged me to reach and read/write more difficult texts. And she was a big promoter of Scholastic and it was rare I didn't get a new book rec. out of that!

All of these are very interesting titles!

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Thanks.

holdenj said...

I am already a follower!

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enyl said...

My favorite year was sr year. It's the year that everything happens,homecoming, prom, grad night, sr picinic, acceptance to college, graduation, sr trip

I'm a follower.

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Anonymous said...

Hmmm... picking one favourite grade is tought. I'd say 11th Grade for various reasons... I had the steadiest relationships with my family, friends and loves. I was on the ball with studying and my grades were fantastic. Everything melded together well that year and it was just fun!

Aliya D.
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Vicki said...

My favorite grade in school was 6th grade. I loved it because the teacher, Mr. Moore, took an interest in all his students, was patient with us all and never got tired of answering all our questions.
He also made us each feel special and that we all could learn/do anything.

lelou2 AT ymail DOT com

Vicki said...

I'm a follower

DarcyO said...

I liked sixth grade the best. We were the king of the elementary school hill and still kids!

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DarcyO said...

I follow with Google Reader.

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DarcyO said...

I left a comment on your Labor Day giveaway.

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Mrs. Soule said...

My favorite year is school was third grade because we learned about Native Americans - except they were American Indians in the textbooks then! I wanted to BE an Indian living in a teepee, riding bareback through the woods, and running around in moccasins - and yes, I had all the tribes thoroughly mixed up. :-) Haven't had as much fun with history class since.
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DCMetroreader said...

My favorite grade was 6th grade b/c I had the best teacher: Mrs. DeBels. She made learning fun.
Thanks for the giveaway!

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DCMetroreader said...

Posted under current giveaways here.
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Denny, Alaska said...

My favorite year of high school was freshman; the same year my daughter begins in just one week!

Please enter me in the contest; looks like excellent reading!


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MoziEsmé said...

I'd love to read these!

5th was probably one of the best - it was my year of awakening! I have severe hearing loss, and this was the first year I had hearing aids, so it was like a whole new world of realizing what was going on around me.

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Cindy said...

I think that my favorite grade was 4th grade because I had a teacher that I loved. She was a neighbor too and the sweetest lady who was always kind and caring in and out of the classroom.

Please enter me in the giveaway! Thanks!

Cindy
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Cindy said...

I follow your blog on Google.

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Cindy said...

I follow you on Twitter. My username is Soccermom213

I tweet often about your blog and giveaways and will do so again tonight.

Cindy
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Cindy said...

I have commented on several of your giveaways today!

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catss99 said...

7th was my favorite b/c i loved playing basketball

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catss99 said...

i already follow!

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catss99 said...

i entered the seduce me giveaway!

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catss99 said...

i tweeted

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athena910 said...

My favourite grade was grade 13, when they still had that in Ontario. It was a transition between high school and university. In that grade, we were treated much more like adults than in previous grades and I enjoyed the freedom.

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Lisanne624 said...

Looking back, I'd say my favorite year was 4th grade. I can remember being excited because the math seemed to get more interesting. Yeah, I'm a nerd!

I'm also a subscriber via Google reader!

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Lisanne624 said...

I commented on "Helping the Children Take the Challenge."

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Lisanne624 said...

I commented on "Benny and Shrimp."

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Lisanne624 said...

I commented on "Triple School Books."

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Lisanne624 said...

I commented on the "Summer House" giveaway post.

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Winning Readings said...

We've posted about this at Winning Readings:

http://winningreadings.blogspot.com/2009/08/back-to-school-books_10.html

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senecacindy said...

My favorite grade in school was the third grade. We learned to write cursive!

gaby317 said...

This is a great giveaway. Pls count me in!

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gaby317 said...

This is a great giveaway. Pls count me in! - hadn't answered the question above! here's my answer

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+ 1 my favorite was 5th grade - I had my friends but no stress and wasn't concerned with grades at all

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This is a great giveaway. Pls count me in!

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This is a great giveaway. Pls count me in!

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+ 1 i'm a follower

Roz said...

My favorite grade in school, was my sophomore year.

I was part of a club called CLOSE UP. We got to fly to the US and visit Washington DC, New York, and Colonial Williamsburg.

I grew up in Guam, so it was a great experience since I've never been to those places before. In New York, we were able to see LES MISERABLES...the begining of my love for musicals!!

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Roz said...

I blogged about this ~

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Roz said...

I'm already a follower ~

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Roz said...

I posted entries on your Benny & Shrimp ~ School Books ~ giveaways.

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Michelle B. said...

My favorite grade was the eighth because I goofed off a lot..loland I do mean a lot =) plus it was SO easy & I met wonderful friends that year.

Michelle B. said...

I am a new blog follower =)

Michelle B. said...

I Tweeted about this Giveaway on Twitter...

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Belinda M said...

Grade three was my favorite. We had a combined grade 3 and 4 class and two very cool teachers. It was fun being different than the rest of the classes and getting to do things away from the norm.

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Dina said...

My favorite was first grade - I had the "bestest teacher ever"! And I learned exciting new things every minute. aitmama (at) gmail (dot) com

Dina said...

ALREADY A FOLLOWER - Google Friends / blogger

Dina said...

I entered and commented on America Libre.

windycindy said...

Sixth grade was my favorite because I got my first vocal solo! I was so excited. First, I performed for the school and the during the choir concert. Many thanks, Cindi
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windycindy said...

"Tweet!"
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Many thanks to you.....Cindi
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windycindy said...

I follow your blog with Google Friend Connect!
Thanks, Cindi
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Nicole said...

I liked senior year the best. I was finally figuring stuff out, had some good classes and an actual social life.

windycindy said...

I left a comment on your Return To Sullivan's Island Book Giveaway!
Thanks, Cindi
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https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=5391354894256865060&postID=173862469587459472&page=1.

Anonymous said...

I loved my senior year. I felt like an adult. There were so many senior activities. And I anticipated college.

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Anonymous said...

Please enter me. Looks like a great selection of books. My fav grade was 10th. Great classes and turned seet 16!

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LoveMyCoffee said...

I loved seventh grade...I loved my Science teacher, he made the subject so interesting.

I'm a follower
I subscribe by googlereader

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Marie said...

My favorite year was my senior year because I only had to go half a day and then I went to work the other half :-)

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Marie said...

I am a new follower.

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etirv said...

Favorite grade: 11
Why: That was when I blossomed academically and met lifelong friends!

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etirv said...

Already follow!

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Kim said...

my fave grade was 3rd grade when we got to REALLY start reading good books!

Kim said...

I follow

gahome2mom said...

My favorite grade was the sixth grade because everybody in my class was my friend. We all got along so well that year. :)

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Linda K said...

I think I liked second grade best because we finally started to learn something! (This was back in the 50's)

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bridget3420 said...

My favorite was 3rd grade because my teacher was so nice and made learning fun.

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Allison said...

My favorite grade was kindergarten. I had the sweetest teacher that I still see around town. Thanks for the giveaway!

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Audrey said...

Grade 4 was the best. Before I discovered boys!

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Melinda said...

i liked 2nd grade b/c of my teacher

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Melinda said...

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Tasses said...

favorite year = 7th because I met my best friends


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starryann said...

I would have to say second grade because I won the spelling bee that year and that sure felt good. Then twelfth grade because I was finishing with school and moving on into the future.

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Rhonda said...

My favourite year was my last year in highschool. I had a couple of spares and was quite sociable. Lots of fun and parties that year

kalea_kane said...

My favorite grade in school was probably freshman year in high school. I finally started to really explore on my own and really learned about getting out on my own. Well, kind of on my own. My best friend and I would take the bus every Wednesday to the mall and we would eat at the deli there (I think it was a Swiss Colony but I could be wrong), we would then browse all the shops, gab and just have fun hanging out. The last stop would always be the B. Dalton bookstore where I freely spent my allowance on the latest romances like Sooner or Later and the Sweet Dreams line. Great giveaway!

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kalea_kane said...

I am a current follower.

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kalea_kane said...

I have commented on a lot of your blog posts. One of my most recent was the one with your special announcement of an upcoming spectacular giveaway!

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edmontonjb said...

My favorite grade was grade 12 because everybody took the time to appreciate what was happening as we knew it would be the last time we went through all the routines and experiences of high school

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Anonymous said...

MY FAVORITE GRADE WAS THE 12TH BECAUSE I WAS SO EXCITED ABOUT COLLEGE!

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wadev said...

Great giveaway! My favorite grade was Kindergarten. I really like my photo from that year too - so young, so innocent and so ready for school. It all changed after that... just kidding!
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garypaul at yahoo dot com said...

sixth grade because I got to experience my first graduation

garybronstein said...

I liked 12th grade the best because i had a great senior year

garybronstein said...

I liked 12th grade the best because i had a great senior year

ccqdesigns said...

My favorite grade in school was my senior year in college because it was my LAST year in school. Well, at least I thought it was. Here I am 30 years later in grad school. Oh well.
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ccqdesigns said...

I am a long time subscriber on google reader.
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ccqdesigns said...

I commented on your BIG bookcase and ARC's giveaway.
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pierce said...

my favorite grade was preschool because of all the naps!

pierce said...

I am a new follower :)

pierce said...

blogged http://beenamommy.blogspot.com/2009/08/bookin-with-bingo-five-book-giveaway.html

Linda K said...

I liked second grade because they finally taught me to read (things were slow in the 50's)

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blah said...

My favourite grade was grade 1. Things were so easy and fun back then! I think we might've had some nap time as well, I wish we had nap time at work now!

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Bingo said...

Grade 2 -- classmate walked me to school every day.

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Beth said...

My Senior year was my favorite because I was ready to move on!
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Tonya H said...

My favorite was my senior year. I got to homeschool myself!

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dayna said...

My favorite teacher was in 1st grade, but my favorite year of school was 11th grade. I had great teachers and great friends!

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Debbie Rodgers said...

I think fifth grade was a favourite. It seemed that we learned all about the world & its history. It was just a glimmer of what I would grow to love.

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Debbie Rodgers said...

I've commented on your giveaway for A Better View of Paradise

Sara said...

I loved my senior year because I had so much to look forward to! Great contest!

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Priya said...

My favorite grade was seventh grade because all my friends were friends and we all had a great time in general, no cat fights or drama.

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Priya said...

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Sunnymay said...

My favorite grade was fourth, because I knew then I would be a nurse when I grew up. I made a drawing with me as a nurse in a cap and white uniform. Taking a first aid course in Girl Scouts added a badge to the sash and my skills helping people feel better.

moushka said...

4th grade was my fave as I finally got a male teacher and he was a great inspiration!

bettycd said...

My favorite year was Jr in High School. We knew what we were doing in high school and enjoyed it while the Sr year was filled with the reality of choices what to do after high school.

bettycd said...

Still following you ...

mom2anutball said...

My favorite year in school was freshamn year, I like change and everything was WAY different than any other year of school.
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Jen said...

I liked third grade- I had a really fun teacher that year.

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Paula said...

Second grade was the best for me. I had a great teacher, Mrs. Fortner. Also, my first boyfriend helped make it a special year....

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NatalieA said...

My favorite grade was 1st grade because I had a good teacher!

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Dawn said...

My favorite grade was 2nd grade, my teacher had passion and energy and she had been teaching for quite a while before I got her.

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My fav grade was 12th - because it was almost over!! LOL! I really didn't like school. To much drama!

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I liked third grade because of the teacher =- her name was Miss Peoples. Thanks for the giveaway.

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Nancye said...

My favorite grade in school? Hmmmm....I guess I would have to say 4th grade. We had THE sweetest teacher in whole world. Everyone loved her. She left our school at the end of the school year and there was a river of tears shed.

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