Thursday, February 24, 2011

Book Giveaway-Held by Edeet Ravel


Win a free copy of the YA novel Held by Edeet Ravel compliments of Annick Press

Exciting YA psychological thriller. When seventeen year old Chloe is kidnapped, she discovers her inner strength; however, as time drags on, she finds herself falling for her kidnapper. Is this love, or could it be the Stockholm Syndrome?

Post a comment to this post. Please include your name, your library's name and location and your email address. (This information is sent to the publisher only if you are a winner).

Deadline is March 3 at 12:00 noon MST (mountain standard time). Winners will be notified by email on March 11. Books will be shipped from Annick Press by March 18th.

Good luck, and thank you for entering!

14 comments:

  1. This post is so timely! I am currently working on a book talk about using one's inner strength to overcome obstacles. This would be a welcome addition.

    Sandi Prescott, Arapahoe Charter School Library
    Arapahoe, NC
    sandi.prescott@arapahoecharter.org

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  2. Looks like a great book!

    Amanda Galliton, Zundy Jr High
    Wichita Falls, TX
    agalliton@wfisd.net

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  3. Thanks for the opportunity to win a free book. Alabama has been on pro-ration now for two years (& will be on for the third year), so I would like to have this book to offer to my students who like mysteries and thriller/scary books. Can't wait to read it myself! Sounds exciting!
    Neilann Thomas, Librarian
    Northridge High School
    2901 Northridge Road
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
    nthomas@tusc.k12.al.us

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  4. I really want to read this book myself! I'm sure my students would love it as well. My budget, like everyone else's, is pretty much non-existent. Thanks for the opportunity!

    Louise Colette Leonard
    Library Director
    Martin J Gottlieb Day School Library
    3662 Crown Point Road
    Jacksonville, FL 32257
    louise.leonard@mjgds.org

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  5. Thanks for creating a wonderful blog that fills us in on some great reads that we should think about including in our collections. This book looks wonderful.

    Kari Healy, Media Specialist
    1900 Howard Drive W.
    North Mankato, MN 56002
    khealy1@isd77.k12.mn.us

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  6. Thanks for hosting this contest. The book sounds amazing.
    Brenda Kahn
    Tenakill Middle School
    275 High Street
    Closter, NJ 07624
    kahnb(at)nvnet(dot)org

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  7. I follow your blog and have it as a favorite on my library's Facebook Page. Thanks.
    Tom Kaun
    Bessie Chin Library
    Redwood High School
    395 Doherty Drive
    Larkspur, CA 94806
    library@redwood.org

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  8. I am sure the students will enjoy this thriller. Thanks for offering the free books!!

    Lisa Hicks
    District Librarian
    Gunter High School
    PO Box 109
    Gunter, Texas 75058
    lhicks@gunterisd.org

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  9. These book giveaways are great! With a cover like this, I know kids will be drawn to this book. And my students love reading ARCs. Just today, a student asked me how we get Advanced Reader Copies for our kids to read. And since we've just started 3 weeks of standardized tests, my students are desperate for good books to read when they finish their test and still have to sit in their testing site until the end of the testing period.
    David Bilmes
    Library Media Specialist
    Schaghticoke Middle School
    23 Hipp Road
    New Milford, CT 06776
    bilmesd@newmilfordps.org

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  10. Thanks for so much for hosting this giveaway!

    Norma O'Keefe
    Limestone Community School
    Limestone, Maine
    normaokeefe@gmail.com

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  11. Looks like the kind of book I love!
    Megan Earley
    Media Specialist
    Roosevelt Middle School
    Monticello, IN
    mearley1979 at gmail dot com

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  12. This looks really interesting.

    Kathleen Breitenbach
    Hamilton Township Public Library
    Hamilton, NJ
    hamiltonteensATyahooDOTcom

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  13. My students love a great thriller. HELD has a wonderful twist.

    Sindy Cunningham
    Norman Howard School Library
    Rochester, NY
    scunningham@normanhoward.org

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  14. Esmeralda
    valley view school
    moreno valley ca
    korean92557@hotmail.com

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