06 May, 2012

Children's Book Week Giveaway Hop (INTL)


Children's Book Week Giveaway Hop
May 7th - 13th

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Established in 1919, Children's Book Week is the longest-running literacy initiative in the country. Each year, books for young people and the joy of reading are feted for a full week with author and illustrator appearances, storytelling, parties, and other book-related events at schools, libraries, bookstores, museums, and homes from coast to coast!

For more information please visit: http://www.bookweekonline.com/

The winner of our giveaway will get to pick up to $18 worth of books from bookdepository.com.

Rules:
  1. Open internationally. 
  2. To enter you must be over 13 years old or have the permission of a parent/guardian since you may be sharing personal info such as your email address. 
  3. We love comments, but please, if you leave one, please DO NOT LEAVE YOUR EMAIL IN THE COMMENT!
  4. The winner will be chosen randomly via Rafflecopter
  5. The winner must choose a children's book or books (picture book, early reader, middle grade, young adult) which includes a reading component, as opposed to a photo or pop-up book.
Here are some suggestions: 



Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

164 comments:

  1. I had a little celebration for myself yesterday by pre-ordering a few books that I've been dying to read, such as Shadows and Bone by Leigh Bardugo, Darkness before Dawn by J.A. London and The Selection by Kiera Cass!

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  2. I'm donating a bunch of boxes of books including children's books to the local university.

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  3. I have to cart a ton of my books over to the local library and hospital now that I'm done with school

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  4. Christina K. in the rafflecopter

    I'm going to read!

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  5. I'm going to do as much reading as i can and i'm going to get some new books that i probably don't need : )

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  6. Working . . . unfortunately. Hopefully I can read a book a two this week though.

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  7. We are reading lots of books with our little boy x

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  8. My daughter and I are reading Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children!

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  9. I teach and some days it feels like Childrens Day every day. We will be reading and having a good week.

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  10. Buying some childrens books :)

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  11. I'm thinking about giving my brother a book but he's only in the first grade so he doesn't read that good yet. But still...

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  12. Celebrating by reading a lot! Oh wait, that's how I celebrate every week. :-p

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  13. Celebrating the same way I do every week...reading children's books. I'm reading The Little White Horse right now, which is a classic I missed when I was a kid.

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  14. Thanks for the giveaway! I will be celebrating by reading as much as possible between final exams. :)

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  15. thanks for the great giveaway!

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  16. Buying books for my 4 boys :)

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  17. I will be reading a new book each night to my children.

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  18. I work in the children section of a library, so I'll be doing what I always do. Reading children books!

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  19. Trying to win some new books for my boys ;)

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  20. I´m primary school teacher.
    We will be reading and having a good week. :)

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  21. I'm celebrating Children's Book Week with a week full of posts specifically catering to children's books, giveaways and special guests sharing their childhood reading memories and endeavors to expand the minds of children now. In other words...with the power of reading! ^_^ Thanks for the chance....and happy children's book week everyone!

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  22. I guess I will read some children book. And remember on my childhood :-)

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  23. By reading all the books I used to love when I was a kid.

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  24. I would read books for the occation....

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  25. I'm celebrating book week by reading more than usual to my daughters and taking them shopping for new books.

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  26. I'm celebrating book week by taking my daughters shopping for new books and reading to them lots.

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  27. I'm celebrating by hopping through this hop and by reading as much as possible!

    ~Stacey Brucale

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  28. i'm spending the week by trying to read as much as I can. :)

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  29. Reading to my kids like I always do.
    longshaw4735@hotmail.com

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  30. I should celebrate by buying new books for my nieces and nephew.

    meganlikesbooks(at)yahoo(dot)ca

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  31. I've been rereading my favorites!

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  32. My kids and I are hitting up the library as much as we can this week! They love it:)

    laurenkloeffel AT gmail DOT com

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  33. I'm celebrating by taking my nephew shopping for books! (=

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  34. Doing as I always do and reading reading reading! Only this time the world is joining in with me, which makes it more fun :)

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  35. Donating books to our school library!

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  36. I'm celebrating by participating in this giveaway hop on my blog and doing some children's programs at my library branches. :-)

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  37. By reading books of course :)

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  38. I'm participating in this hop and I read all the time to my kids because I homeschool them so I guess every week would be a day of partcipation LOL.But this week I'm reviewing childrens books with my kids on my book blog

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  39. We are going to a book reading at the local library.

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  40. I'm going to read and donate books to my library:D

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  41. Donating Book to my local library! Also giving book recomenddations to othhers!

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  42. I'm celebrating by reading MG books! :D Thank you for this chance! :D

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  43. By reading! I think I'll read HP!
    Romi.x

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  44. I'll be celebrating by reading more books with my two children. Every week is book week in our household!

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  45. The only thing I am doing is participating in this blog hop, but at my former job we had a Scholastic Book Fair, RIF giveaways, and community helpers guest read each year.

    Thanks for participating in the hop and for the giveaway opportunity.

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  46. By reading lots of different genres of books to my students each day!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  47. I'm not really celebrating, unfortunately. This week ends with my one year wedding anniversary, which is all I'm celebrating this week.

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  48. My 8-year-old begs me to let him read on my kindle, so this week I've agreed and downloaded a book for him! He's so excited!

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  49. Letting my students buddy read every day this week.

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  50. Reading! Lots of reading.

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  51. I'm going to do some reading myself. =) And maybe recommend some books to my siblings. =) Thanks for the giveaway!
    ~Shelby
    http://gobsandgobsofbooks.blogspot.com/

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  52. By reading lots of books with my daughter like always,

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  53. I'm celebrating children's book week by reading more to my son.

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  54. I'm celebrating by sharing lots of books with my students. This is one of my favorite things to do. This week just gives me an excuse to do what I love to do anyway. I'm also trying to read a whole bunch of books this week, not that I'll ever catch up on my TBR list, but one can try. :)

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  55. I read a lot of books for my kids!

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  56. i will read more children book and try to discover new one that way i will be able to share them

    thanks you a lot for this great giveaway

    all the best

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  57. Reading, reading and more reading. Reading to my baby.
    thank you for the giveaway!

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  58. By reading my fav children's books!

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  59. By reading more books! :D

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  60. By trying to win books for my goddaughter. :D

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  61. I've been gifting children's books which I cherished as a child to my nephews and nieces..

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  62. I'm reReading fairytales and YA books ! Also buying some new ones for my lil cousin

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  63. Play with my nephew and read story for his.

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  64. I'll be hitting the local library and coming home with two armloads of books for my kids!! We love the library! :)

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  65. Encouraging my son to actually read something that isn't his homework this week!!

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  66. Reading books to my daughter.

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  67. Reading books, donating books we have outgrown to our local library

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  68. I made a children's book week display at my library

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  69. reading books

    catherine0807 at hotmail dot com

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  70. not doing anything out of the ordinary... my daughter and i are always reading :)

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  71. reading children books of course!
    thanks}!!

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  72. I am learning about what Children's Book week means and reading books!

    Suz Reads in Rafflecopter

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  73. I am reading my childhood favorite this week: Little Women. It's wonderful!

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  74. I'm celebrating in my classroom by reading my favorite stories aloud.

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  75. By rereading my childhood favorite book "Stephanie's Ponytail"!

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  76. I'm not really celebrating i guess? i have been busy with teacher appreciation week... I imagine they're probably doing something in the classroom with it but i haven't had anything come home about it. my kids do read to me but that's part of their homework everyday. :)

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  77. Let's see...

    I'm reading more middle grade this week than I do in a year.

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  78. Celebrating this hop! Thanks for the giveaway! I am participating as well (#60 ~ Fairday's Blog!) Have a great night : ) ~ Jess
    http://thesecretdmsfilesoffairdaymorrow.blogspot.com/

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  79. I'm reading children's books and brewing potions on Pottermore! :D

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  80. With lots and lots of reading!

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  81. I have two sweet little children who both love to read so I am celebrating the week with them!!!

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  82. I'll be reading and working in the library

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  83. I don't know how to celebrate, but I guess I'm gonna convince my little sister to read my books cause she doesn't really like reading. :)

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  84. We homeschool, and we have been reading about different cultures all week :)

    dvdgossett915@gmail.com

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  85. By reading!
    amandarwest atgmaildotcom

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  86. my children books are ready to read :D

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  87. I read to my daughter every night and she is just starting to learn to read herself. I am very exited about that. I want to raise her to be a book worm like her mommy. I have come across a couple of great new kiddies books that I will be adding to her book case this month.

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  88. I am beta-reading my friend's MG - a genre I rarely go into!

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  89. by snatching my niece's books and reading them! Actually, it's re-reading. The books were mine (Enid Blyton's Famous Five!) - they were quite old and I gave the incomplete series to them just so I could introduce them to a world of reading. Re-reading the books are really nostalgic!

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  90. I will reread my favorite books from my childhood.

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  91. read an MG book or spend time with my little cousins. :)

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  92. I'll read and try to make my younger brother read as well :)

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  93. I'm currently reading the MG book City of Ember.
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway!

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  94. I'm going to buy a couple of books for my niece. She's turning into a TV hound with Max & Ruby cartoons and some other stuff on the Treehouse channel, so I want to see if I can counteract that.

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  95. Uhmm, I think I'm going to celebrate it by reading a lot :p haha

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  96. I'm celebrating by making a dent in my TBR pile! ;)

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  97. In this hop too and reviewing as many kid books as I can

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  98. I am loving all the different available books out there for kids, thanks
    Hollybwrightatcomcast. Net

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  99. I am reading YA books. :)

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  100. I'm re-reading most of the books I read during my younger years. :)

    - Noely Jeleen

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  101. with this hop ^^ though i probably buy my nephews and nieces some books.

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  102. doing the hop and rereading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!

    thanks for the giveaway!

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  103. I'm donating a box of books to my son's daycare--they are in need of a some new choices!

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  104. I've been reading some YA books :)

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  105. We are reading up a storm and have been to the library 3 times already!

    The Rafflecopter calls me 'Margot' since it is accessing my facebook where I am 'Margot C __' and is connected to this email:

    annazed10 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  106. I've been rereading Harry Potter!

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  107. I'm doing this giveaway hop and reading to celebrate!

    -Rachael Henzman

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  108. I am celebrating by reading as much as possible. Literally, as much as possible! Also by entering some of the giveaways and spreading the word about the Hop. Thanks for participating in a great Hop!

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  109. I'm reading to my girls every night before bed.

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  110. I'm rereading the Harry Potter books. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  111. By reading children's books to my kids!

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  112. I re-read the books I used to love especially "King Bidgood's in the Bathtub"

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  113. reading books! :)

    Froggy

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  114. we celebrate childrens books every day!! I love reading to my kids! They get two stories for nap time and two for bed time. Yah their spoiled lol but I love it just as much as they do!

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  115. I'll celebrate Children's Book Week by reading children books. :-)

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  116. I'm weeding out my shelves for children books I won't read any more, and think of what new ones I'd like to get.

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  117. Reading some children's books.

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  118. Probably the most obvious way, to read some children's books! (I really like Charlie and Lola, it's so cute!)

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  119. We always read a ton of children's books, but we're going to buy some this week as well!

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  120. We are reading extra books!!

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  121. Entering giveaways to try to win some new books to enjoy with my nieces and nephews! Thanks.

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  122. I've been reading a new book to my kids every night.

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  123. I'm a little too old to celebrate it. :)
    Maybe I should reread a Harry Potter book...

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  124. My nephew & I are reading the same book :-)

    isabelli3619 (at) aol (dot) com

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  125. I'll be celebrating by reading books!

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  126. By trying to downsize my TBR ;]

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  127. I think I'll be reading Harry Potter (I haven't read it yet, I know). Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  128. i read children's books to my 3-yo niece and 2-yo nephew. :) even if it's not children's book week. i read to them almost everyday, as long and often as they'd like to be read a book :)

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  129. Unfortunately I have exams, so no celebrating by reading this week :( My younger brother is reading a ton of books though :) Thanks for the amazing giveaway!

    Rabiah

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  130. I am celebrating by spending my time in the library:)

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  131. I have been reading "Cookie" (Jaqueline Wislon) to my daughter every night before bed.
    Tracy Awalt Juliano

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    1. *Jacqueline Wilson... it would help if I could spell :)

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  132. I'm going to finish reading 'Graffiti Moon' and start reading 'Delirium' :)

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  133. I let my daughter pick out the first 3 books in a new series (The Warriors.) I also had her donate 5 old books to the library.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  134. I buy lots of books ! :D

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  135. By reading to my little girl.
    I'm totally doing my best to raise a little reader and foster a love for books.
    Great contest!

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  136. I celebrate childrens' book week by reading to my best friend's little sisters. (They visit California just for this. It's so sweet, I swear.) They're starting to get a little old for it, but oh well.

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  137. Just reading books by myself!

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  138. I read to my son every morning!!!

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  139. Reading with my niece everyday and we are entering giveaways on this hop because she wants to win new books.
    Thanks for the chance.
    :)Jeanne B.T.

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  140. Reading and trying to win some new books

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  141. Reading! Especially the new Rick Riordan book!

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  142. I created library displays for CBW and held two storytimes.

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  143. I am participating in the hop and discussed children's books with my 11th grade class. http://drawingthelinesomewhere.com

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  144. I'm spending it reading.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  145. I celebrated by getting some new books for my daughter and we read every night.

    Les Johnson

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  146. I am buying some books for my nephews. And I now want to re-read some of my favorite books from when I was a kid.

    the imagine tree at aol dot com

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  147. By reading a little more.

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  148. I'm not really celebrating. I didn't really know it was children's book week until yesterday :D

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  149. I donate books to our local school and to the youth commission program that we have through the summer

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  150. To celebrate, I got each of my two children three new books :)

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  151. Honestly, I hadn't really celebrated. However, my son's birthday was yesterday and he did get a few books.

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  153. Reading! That seems like the best way to celebrate it!

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  154. I bought and read a few books to my nephew :)
    (entered under Krysta B.)

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  155. Reading books for myself and for the kids. Oh and visiting the library. We love books!

    Thanks for this wonderful giveaway!

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  156. Working but sneaking in a book or two whenever I can. Thanks for the giveaway! ;)

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  157. I'm going to be reading and read to my daughter.

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  158. By reading the Harry Potter series.

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  159. I am celebrating by participating in this blog hop and reading nightly to my daughter

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