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9/27/12

Giveaway BANNED BOOKS WEEK HOP Win your choice!




Welcome to the BANNED BOOKS WEEK Giveaway Hop! 

This hop is hosted by: 
I Am a Reader, Not a Writer (HERE
I Read Banned Books (HERE)



There are over eighty blogs participating and each has their own entry rules and geographic limits, so be sure to read the rules for each one.  This hop starts September 28th and and runs through October 6th,  midnight.




HERE IS WHAT I HAVE FOR ONE LUCKY WINNER:

Your choice of book from the Book Depository, up to $10 in value




Check out the list of challenged books HERE

Check out the reasons books are challenged at the ALA website HERE



WANT TO WIN YOUR CHOICE OF BOOK FROM THE BOOK DEPOSITORY?



Contest is open to anyone over 13 years old with a mailing address that delivers the free areas of The Book Depository or Amazon.
Contest ends on 10.6.12 Winner will be chosen by Random.org 
Winner will have 48 hours to respond to email or a new winner will be chosen.
Void where prohibited.  Duplicate entries will be deleted.
This giveaway is sponsored by me and ONE BOOK is available. Value up to $10.

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8 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  3. I was totally amazed when I checked the list of books and found so many that were "required reading" when I was in High School in the 1960's! Catcher in the Rye BANNED you got to be kdding!

    Maybe that's why so many of my classmates ended up being hippies! Loosen up here folks! It's by reading all types of books that we become aware of the prejudices and wrongs in the world.

    I don't think any book should be banned especially in the world we live in today. Instead live the choice to the reader. Just because they pick up a book at the library or buy it doesn't mean they have to finish reading it if they find it isn't to their personal taste.

    It's by reading books like the ones banned that we overcome our prejudices not the vehicle of banning the book.

    Great giveaway to make readers aware of the danger of banning ANY book!

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  4. Thank you for the chance to win! :D
    DeAnna Schultz

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  5. Thanks for the giveaway chance.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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