Monday, September 19, 2011

New Book Giveaway: High School Pick: And Then Things Fall Apart


I have five copies of And Then Things Fall Apart by Arlaina Tibensky up for grabs. This is a must-have for high school collections! Girls who love Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar will like this read. See the review I gave the book here


Post a comment here and be sure to include your email contact and city and state. Many people who have posted on earlier giveaways couldn't be considered since they did not leave an email contact.

Deadline for posting is Friday, September 30 at noon MST. Winners will be notified by email. Winners will have 48 hours to respond to my email. Copies will be mailed to winners by the publisher in New York City. Good luck and start posting! Pamela

20 comments:

  1. Amanda Galliton
    agalliton(@)wfisd(.)net

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  2. This sounds like a book that would fit in my library. Thanks for all of your wonderful reviews.

    Jerrilyn Miller
    Librarian
    San Marcos High School
    2601 Rattler Rd
    San Marcos TX 78666

    512-393-6865

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  3. I think my students would love this one!
    Allison Burrell
    aburrell@scasd.us
    Catawissa, PA

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  4. Our high school would love this!

    Barb Gogan
    barbara_gogan@sudbury.k12. m a . u s

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  5. I know my students would love to get their hands on this one!
    Susan Light
    books4susie@aol.com
    Christiansburg, VA

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  6. Would love to win this for my students.

    Kathy Wahl
    kwahl@avoncsd.org

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  7. Nice. I'm a teacher and would love this on my shelf at school.

    Valerie(at)stuckinbooks.com

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  8. Thank you so much!
    Tallahassee, fl

    chelle2006 @ aol .com

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  9. Looks like a good choice for us, Pamela.
    I'm in Larkspur, CA and my email is tomkaun@gmail.com

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  10. The Bell Jar is certainly a classic; sounds like this would be a well-received title as well.

    Mary D
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail dot com
    Sullivan, IL

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  11. Our students would love this in MA. Thanks for offering!

    Jennifer Dimmick
    jennifer_dimmick@newton.ma.us
    Newton, MA

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  12. Seems like an awesome book!

    Heather K.
    heatherkphoto@gmail.com
    Portsmouth, Va

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  13. Sounds like a great read
    Janice Gumerman
    Jgumerman@indep.k12.mo.us
    Independence,MO

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  14. Cristina Longoria
    cris_166@hotmail.com
    West Columbia, Tx 77486

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  15. Sounds Great!
    Jennifer Cooke
    jcooke@pvnccdsb.on.ca
    Lindsay, Ontario, Canada

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  16. Wow, your offer got me to look at your sweet blog! I love your colors and layout.
    I don't have the book either and I think it would be a great read for my students at CHS.
    Thanks for you consideration.
    Linda Hightower
    lindakayhightower@gmail.com
    Cashmere High School
    Cashmere, WA 98815

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  17. Thanks for doing this! I'm sure my students would enjoy the book.

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  18. GREAT, Wish me luck :)
    Lynette (LYNN) Mitchell
    Library Media Specialist
    Crystal River High School
    mitchelll@citrus.k12.fl.us

    1205 NE 8th Ave.
    Crystal River, FL 34428

    352-795-2919 direct line
    352-795-4519 fax

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  19. Looks like a great addition to my collection.
    Sarah
    Dickinson, Tx
    Sjune2721@gmail.com

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  20. Okay, Pamela my 16 year old daughter has gone through all her ARC's from the last TLA conference. I thnk she'd like this one and then she can pass it on to her friends.

    Analine Johnson
    analine.johnson@gail.com

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