Monday, November 9, 2009

BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE: KIDS BOOKS # ONE BUNDLE

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TIME TO INTRODUCE MY FIRST

BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE!

WHAT IS A BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE?
A BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE CONSISTS OF THREE BOOKS THAT SHARE A COMMON THEME AND GO TOGETHER IN SOME WAY

HOW DOES IT WORK?
THE THREE BOOKS IN THE BUNDLE ARE PRESENTED TOGETHER FIRST. THEN EACH BOOK IS REVIEWED, PREVIEWED, OR HIGHLIGHTED IN SEPARATE POSTS.

HOW CAN I ENTER?
IN THE SEPARATE POSTS WILL BE WAYS TO ENTER THAT WILL TAKE YOU BACK TO THE ORIGINAL BUNDLE PRESENTATION TO RECORD YOUR ENTRY.

HOW CAN I WIN?
WHEN THE GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED, ALL COMMENTS FROM THE ORIGINAL POST WILL BE PUT INTO RANDOM.ORG RANDOM GENERATOR AND THE WINNER(S) WILL BE CHOSEN.

WHAT WILL I WIN?
IN MOST BUNDLES, YOU WILL WIN ALL THREE BOOKS. SOMETIMES THERE WILL ALSO BE WINNERS OF AN INDIVIDUAL TITLE IN THE BUNDLE. SOMETIMES THERE WILL BE MORE THAN ONE WINNER OF ALL THREE BOOKS.
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CLICK ON ANY COVER BELOW AND
IT WILL TAKE YOU TO THAT BOOK
AND MORE CHANCES FOR ENTRIES


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--U.S. RESIDENTS ONLY

(MONEY IS TIGHT, SORRY)
--NO P. O. BOXES, PLEASE
--EMAIL ADDRESS MUST BE IN YOUR ENTRY
--ALL COMMENTS MUST BE SEPARATE TO COUNT

ALL ENTRIES ARE DUE FOR THIS
FIRST BUNDLE AT 6 PM, EST, ON
NOVEMBER 16


WATCH FOR THE THREE BOOKS
ABOVE FOR YOUR CHANCE TO
COME BACK HERE AND ENTER TO
WIN ALL THREE BOOKS!

49 comments:

A Bookish Mom said...

I never got to take dance class. I always wanted to, but we were dirt poor growing up.

My girls would love these books! Great Giveaway "Bingo"!

Bethie said...

When I was younger I took tap, ballet and Jazz. I took classes through high school and taught dance while in college.

lizzi0915 at aol dot com

Buukluvr81 said...

+1 entry for entering your PaperBag Christmas giveaway!!!


Mollydawn1981 at aol dot com

A Bookish Mom said...

I have learned that National diabetes day is the 14th of this month.

A Bookish Mom said...

I enter tons of your giveaways! My favorite winning was Ted dekkers The Boneman's Daughter!

A Bookish Mom said...

I have a wonderful neighbor that lost her hubby last year. I love to bake for her and sit out with her on the patio enjoying a good cup of coffee.

Bethie said...

In 1994, the Chris Dudley Foundation was formed to educate others about diabetes

lizzi0915 at aol dot com

Bethie said...

+ 1 I also entered your Touch of Dead giveaway.

lizzi0915 at aol dot com

Bethie said...

I love to bake cookies. I bake a tin for my neighbors for Christmas.

lizzi0915 at aol dot com

Ali said...

On Chris Dudley's website I found out about the Camps for Diabetics where they teach kids from 10 to 17 years of age to play sports while controlling their diabetes. I think this is a great program, and since diabetes runs in my family, I always try to learn what I can.

aliciaeflores1 @ yahoo.com

Ali said...

To be nice to my neighbors I try to bake treats to share :)

aliciaeflores1 @ yahoo.com

Ali said...

I did want to take dance lessons but never got the chance because I was an extremely shy child and scared to be in front of others. Now, my sister who is 18yrs younger than I am doesn't suffer from shyness, and loves to dance in front of anyone :)

aliciaeflores1 @ yahoo.com

holdenj said...

I never got to take dance classes, but I was a swimmer, in the water all the time.

What a great bundle of books! Thanks for the chance.
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

holdenj said...

I love baking for my neighbors! The one dad/hubby always laughs and says I remember better than his own family about his love of blueberries! (in anything--bread, muffins etc!

JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

holdenj said...

I think Dudley's website was great and very informative. I like that he runs the Chris Dudley Basketball Camp and it helps kids who want to be athletes and very active also learn how to do so with diabetes.

JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

holdenj said...

Yes, I have entered a current giveway. I am hoping to win, of course, Over the Holidays by Sandra Harper!
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

MJ said...

My older sisters got to take dance but I never did. I think my Momwas tired of it by then!

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MJ said...

I think the celebrity and athelete birthday program will be great - Chris Dudley site.

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MJ said...

I entred paper Bag Christmas.

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MJ said...

I bake for my neighbors.

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Linda K said...

Camps for diabetics 10-17 are a part of the Chris Dudley Foundation's programs and services

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda K said...

I try to keep an eye out for whatever is going on in the neighborhood to help out if needed (not a busybody, tho). Take out trash cans, let them know if car lights are left on, dogs are out, etc.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda K said...

I always wanted to take dance classes like my friend did but my parents said no. Now I am too old and full of chronic pains to try it.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda K said...

I entered The Possibility of Everything giveaway

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Katy said...

I never did take dance lessons. But I always thought that ballerinas were so beautiful. I also always wanted to learn how to tap dance!

srfbluemama at gmail dot com

Katy said...

We like to bake cookies for our neighbors during the holiday season. Our neighborhood has become pretty quiet of late, as many houses stand empty on our street in the economic downturn.

srfbluemama at gmail dot com

Katy said...

At the Chris Dudley Foundation website, I learned that the organization hosts camps and clinics to help kids learn how to play an intensive sport while controlling their diabetes. :) Great foundation!

srfbluemama at gmail dot com

g.g. said...

Chris Dudley has a great website on dealing with diabetes and one part is for parents and you go and they have lots of info including ways to make traveling easier if your child has diabetes

anjamie4 (AT) gmail dot com

g.g. said...

I didn't take dance classes but did take ice skating and thought that was like dancing but no tutus

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g.g. said...

I entered The Paper Bag Christmas giveaway

anjamie4 (AT) gmail dot com

g.g. said...

When my neighbor is away, I watch her cat for her so she doesn't have to pay someone

anjamie4 (AT) gmail dot com

Bethie said...

A book that made an impression on me as a kid was A Snowy Day. I still feel very peaceful when the snow comes down.

lizzi0915 at aol dot com

Neas Nuttiness said...

I like to take home made cookies to my neighbors.

libneas[at]aol[dot]com

Neas Nuttiness said...

I've never taken dance lessons - I'm just too clumsy:-)

libneas[at]aol[dot]com

Neas Nuttiness said...

I learned that you can sponsor a camper.

libneas[at]aol[dot]com

Neas Nuttiness said...

I just finished reading
FIELDS OF GRACE, by Kim Vogel.

I loved it. It was a lovely inspirational, historical novel.

libneas[at]aol[dot]com

Neas Nuttiness said...

I found a recipe for Nanny's Apple Strudel. YUM!

libneas[at]aol[dot]com

holdenj said...

As a kid, both the Little House and Anne series made a huge impression on me. From the historical aspect to dealing with family issues and just girls growing up, I read and re-read them all.
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

holdenj said...

Their site is cute--I did enter the name the dog contest! With the not very inventive, Goldie, maybe I'll win! Love the illustrations of the pup!
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

Linda K said...

The only books that have made a tremendous impact on my life are the medical texts I read to become a nurse. (Probably not what you were looking for but they made me who I am)

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Danielle a.k.a Yellie said...

We like to bake goodies and take them to some of our elderly neighbors or sometimes even just put nice little notes in their door for them to find. Everyone likes to know that people care and are thinking of them!

danielle78@comcast.net

Winning Readings said...

On the neighbor question: We bake cookies and deliver them! And we will offer to watch pets while they are gone, too.

janemaritz at yahoo dot com

Winning Readings said...

I never took dance lessons, but we are definitely planning on getting my daughter some ballet lessons, as she insists she is a ballerina!

janemaritz at yahoo dot com

Winning Readings said...

I learned about the camp for diabetics - what a great mission...

janemaritz at yahoo dot com

Winning Readings said...

I entered the "Fierce Style" giveaway!

janemaritz at yahoo dot com

alterlisa said...

We have a lot of hardwoods on our property and try to take a couple of loads to a widow lady who (like us) likes to have a nice fire in the woodstove at night.
My granddaughter would love these books.
alterlisa(at)yahoo(dot)com

alterlisa said...

I never took dance lessons but my daughter sure did from the time she was 5.

alterlisa said...

Creamy Chocolate Pie
Pie Crust - Gluten Free
Wonderful Sugar Cookies - Gluten Free

Great recipes for normal food. Makes a lot of difference if a diabetic doesn't fell left out when the food around the holidays is sweet and generous.

alterlisa said...

This is the first time I have checked out your site so the first contest I have entered.

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