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Friday, June 3, 2011

Contest Winners!

Thanks to everyone who entered My #1 Crush Contest, for a chance to win the fabulous new anthology about first love (check out my post about the collection here). The winner is...

Devon! Here's what she had to say about first love:
Oh goodness...young love. I swear I had a new crush every year at the beginning of each grade. I think my first one was in first grade and I think his name was Tim. My middle school crushes stick out the most in my memory though because everyone's love lives were so dramatic. My favorite part that I remember was receiving the notes in class with the question "will you be my girlfriend? Circle yes or no."

For the rest of you, never fear! You can order a copy of Crush for your shelves right here.

And for May's THREE Liesl and Po winners (and their favorite childhood books)...drum roll....

Jason Lalljee: My favorite book when I was a kid was Miracle on 34th Street by Valentine Davis. Wonderful story and beautiful illustrations. "Faith is believing in things when common sense tells you not to."

Coffee and a Book Chick: My favorite book series when I was a kid was either anything by Beverly Cleary or Anne of Green Gables!

Bee: My favourite book was the Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. I lived for those books!

Congratulations, everyone! And remember...I'm giving away THREE copies PER MONTH all the way up until October...so don't be shy about continuing to enter here.

Happy Friday, everyone!!



~Korena~ said...

Continuing. Definitely :))
P.S. Haha middle school was FULL of romantic drama!

Bidisha said...

Thank you! So elated.

Jason Lalljee said...

I won! Cool, I've never won and ARC before :)

Andrea said...


Natalie~Coffee and a Book Chick said...

Woot woot!! Thank you so much!!

Anonymous said...

Congrats to the winners! Less competition now ;)

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