Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Gary Paulsen Giveaway!

As a thank you to our readers, we're hosting an exciting Gary Paulsen book giveaway. We appreciate reading your comments, and we're looking forward to an exciting year! Enter the rafflecopter form below and enter for your chance to win this woodsy prize pack. Happy reading :) ~ Jess & Stephanie

























Stop by our interview with Gary Paulsen to find out what he thinks about things!





Titles included:
Open to US and International  
Giveaway ends on Sunday, August 31st 




Brian's Hunt 







Tracker









Woods Runner









The River








The Winter Room









Masters of Disaster









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20 comments:

  1. +JMJ+

    I'm definitely a city person . . . but that's why survival stories like Gary Paulsen's Hatchet fascinate me so much! Thanks for the giveaway! =)

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  2. I love the Gary Paulsen books I have read. Thanks for running this giveaway.

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  3. The giveaway looked great but I'm bummed as its not open international.

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  4. You all are so generous! I loved Gary Paulsen as a kid--still do, really :) His books left me with quite an impression!!

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  5. That looks like a fantastic set of books for a young reader!

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  6. Thanks for this amazing giveaway. Whoever wins this will be very lucky.

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  7. Wow. A whole box? That's a giveaway on steroids!

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  8. That's a lot of books!!! Sounds exciting.

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  9. What an awesome and generous giveaway.

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  10. Thanks for this giveaway! Way generous, my rosy-cheeked darlings.

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  11. This is quite a windfall for anyone who enters and wins. I'll visit the page with his interview and find out more about this author.

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  12. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity!

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  13. Definitely a country person at heart - but live near a city - still dread driving the 10 miles into the "city" yet it really isn't a big deal - lol
    just that country heart of mine!

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  14. Though I live in the suburbs and love all that entails - good transport, entertainment galore, etc - in my heart I'd love to live by the sea.

    Great giveway, I particularly like the look of Masters of Disaster.

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  15. I sort of live in the country. We're two miles outside of town on twenty five acres and have deer and coyotes and other wild critters.

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