Friday, November 13, 2009

FSB BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE FOR MOMS: MAKE MOMS MERRY!

MAKE MOMS MERRY!

A BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE

GIVEAWAY ENDED

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Lighting Their Fires: Raising Extraordinary Children in a Mixed-up, Muddled-up, Shook-up World

LIGHTING THEIR FIRES:
RAISING EXTRAORDINARY CHILDREN
IN A MIXED-UP, SHOOK-UP WORLD
BY RAFE ESQUITH





STEPMONSTER:
A NEW LOOK AT WHY REAL STEPMOTHERS
THINK, FEEL, AND ACT THE WAY WE DO
BY WEDNESDAY MARTIN, PH.D






DIVORCE SUCKS:
WHAT TO DO WHEN IRRECONCILABLE
DIFFERENCES, LAWYER FEES, AND YOUR
EX'S HOLLYWOOD WIFE MAKE YOU MISERABLE
BY MARY JO EUSTACE



(YOU CAN CLICK ON TITLES TO GET TO THAT PARTICULAR BOOK, AND BACK ARROW TO HERE OR CLICK ON THE LINK ON THAT POST TO COME BACK)
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MAKE MOMS MERRY!

A BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE

THANKS TO ALL MY FRIENDS AT
FSB ASSOCIATES,
I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO PUT TOGETHER
A BUNDLE OF THREE BOOKS THAT
MOTHERS AS WELL EVERYONE
ELSE WILL LIKE!

HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO
WIN ALL THREE BOOKS!

CAREFULLY READ AGAIN THE
WAY A BUNDLE GIVEAWAY WORKS!

ALL
ENTRIES TO WIN THIS BUNDLE
WILL
BE RECORDED HERE!

EACH BOOK FROM THIS BUNDLE WILL
LEAD YOU BACK HERE TO RECORD YOUR ENTRY!

BINGLE BELLS BUNDLES
A REVIEW!

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 GAIN ENTRIES TO WIN ALL THREE BOOKS. YOU WILL COME BACK HERE TO THIS ORIGINAL BUNDLE POST TO RECORD ALL YOUR ENTRIES.

HOW CAN I WIN?
WHEN THE GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED, ALL COMMENTS FROM THIS 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!
MAKE MOMS MERRY!

RULES:

--U.S. RESIDENTS ONLY
--NO P. O. BOXES
---INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS
IN CASE YOU WIN!
--ALL COMMENTS MUST BE SEPARATE

DEADLINE TO ENTER IS
6 PM, EST, NOVEMBER 27

GOOD LUCK TO ALL!

22 comments:

Bethie said...

+1 I love what he says about great books. Its so true. I love when my son reads a book a makes a connection to his life.

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Bethie said...

+1 I think this book would help me. No parent is perfect and it is nice to get another perspective.

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Linda K said...

What a great group of books. They would be very interesting to read.

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Linda K said...

Parents need to instill patience and focus in their kids.

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Linda K said...

I would like to read the other side of what happened in Divorce Sucks. I had 2 husbands that had girlfriends and I divorced them both for that reason.

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Linda K said...

Step monster is a step by step plan to not only deal with the kids but make your life better.

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LoveMyCoffee said...

I'd love to ask Mary Jo how she kept her sanity throughout her ordeal. I saw Mary Jo on The Today Show where she mentioned her husband insisted she have a face to face meeting with Tori, after telling her of their affair.

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g.g. said...

At any time, were you worried about telling so much to the public about your marriage?

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g.g. said...

I follow on google friend connect

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g.g. said...

I would ask her how realistic is it to think the pair could put their differences aside for the sake of the children? I have seen some pretty rough divorces and there is no way some of them can..or maybe it is will?

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g.g. said...

I think every parent and teacher could find this book useful

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g.g. said...

I think the ideas are good ones and practical for every parent to follow

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Benita said...

I agree with the author, kids have to make connections with what they read. Educators generall y teach students to make self to text, self to world or text to text connections.

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Benita said...

As I am an educator, I think this book will help in myriad of ways.

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catss99 said...

I like this line:Put simply, every child should play an instrument, and parents should make whatever sacrifices are necessary to put a flute, trumpet, guitar, or tuba in their kid's hands.
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catss99 said...

I would give this to my friend who is a social worker
amanda
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Benita said...

In her article, Wednesday Martin states that numerous studies verify that high levels of conflict between parents pre- and post-divorce can be emotionally devastating for kids. I most certainly agree with her.

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Benita said...

I am amazed at how candid the author of Divorce sucks seems to be. I wonder if she felt much relieved after she wrote the book. I'm certain many women around the world sympathize and relate to her.

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Benita said...

I follow via google friend connect and email.

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ossmcalc said...

+1 I think that it is very interesting as to what he says about every child needs to learn how to play a musical instrument. When I was in college studying mathematics, it was surprising to me how many students I saw in my math classes and then saw them in the practice rooms. It made sense as music is really mathematics. I looked at it as more of a relaxation from the rigors of mathematics. He is right that it teaches you that you have to practice and be able to work with one another to achieve the desired sound. I remember some nights where we just opened the doors to the practice rooms and held our own "jam" sessions. Someone just started and when you had something to add, you just started playing.

thank you,

Christine
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ossmcalc said...

Even after 23 years as a teacher, I feel that I would want to read all three of these books. Over the years, the students that I teach have really changed. The biggest change has been in the parents. Teachers in the systems where I have taught do not receive support from the administration or the parents. At a hearing after a student had hit me in the face, nothing was done because the father felt that I was discriminating against him. Schools are so afraid of being sued that the administrators forget who the people are who really make the system work and educate the students. Maybe these books can answer some of my questions.

Thank you,

Christine
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