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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Giveaway: Dear Bully

 
 
We have several giveaways planned this month. Today, Amy and I both have up one signed copy of DEAR BULLY, donated by Megan Kelley Hall.
 
 
*All giveaways ran throughout this month will be shipped out at the end of the month*
 
 
Rules:
13+
Winner must respond within 48 hours
Open to everyone
 
 

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21 comments:

  1. I guess 'Wonder' by R.J Palacio fits in the 'bully' theme? That's one of my favorite books and highly recommended.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. Hmm I guess I would say Slide by Jill Hathaway!

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  3. Wodney the Wat. Can't remember the author but it is a wonderful children's book.

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  4. No, I haven't read any bully themed book. I would love to.

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  5. I haven't read any book yet with bully theme. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  6. I don't believe I have read this kind of story before... but I would love to read this one. Thanks!

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  7. I haven't read any yet, I think o.O If not Speechless counts? It does have bullying in it. This would be my first real book like that, though :) *Fingers crossed.* <3 thank you for this giveaway :D

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  8. I haven't read a lot of bully books, but I really loved Keep Holding On. That book was very heart breaking. Butter was a great book too, though now as emotional. Rape Girl, though not directly about bullying has a bully theme in it and that was a good book too.

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  9. No, I haven't read any that I can think of. But as a mom of a teenage daughter I would love to because as much as I hate to say it bullying is alive and well today and needs every voice against it it can get!

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  10. My favorite bullying-related book is Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult. It was the first book of hers I read and I was hooked. I would love to read Dear Bully. I Swear is also on my TBR list.

    Reading books about this topic brings back painful memories. Like the author, I was also a shy girl with glasses and braces who loved to read. I was also bullied but it wasn't nearly as bad as present-day bullying. There was no Internet or texting back then so the bullying ended when I got home. I was also lucky to have supportive parents and a strong school principal.

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  11. I haven't got a chance to read a bully-themed book but I would like too.

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  12. I'm loving all of your input people! Any book with a bully counts. Mona made a great point about how 'back then' we didn't have all the things we do now. That you could find peace once you got home from school (or wherever) and it's not like that anymore. That hit home for me.

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  13. do ghost count as bully if it check out thorne maonor i got it today and started to read it and then it good
    but i go viral on all win and then do u tube before and after now

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  14. Some Girls Are by Courtney Summers

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  15. I havent read any bully books but I would like to. Bullying is becomeing a real problem. Tore923@aol.com

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  16. I dont think that I have read any bully books.

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  17. I can't recall reading a 'bully' book. I've made a note of those mentioned.

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  18. it would be Some girls Are , Breathe, Heart on a Chain w/c all of these are my faves :))

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  19. Does Cracked by K M Walton count as a bully book? I really enjoyed that one : )

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  20. I am sure I have read a bully themed book before but not recently. I have been trying to read more light-hearted stories lately.

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