For the Love of Reading Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the For the Love of Reading Giveaway Hop, hosted by  The Mommy Island & The Kids Did It!

Today is the PERFECT day for this hop. Why? Because March 2 is Dr. Seuss’ Birthday. How many of us cut our reading teeth on The Cat in the Hat and his other marvelous books?

Today is also Read Across America Day according to the National Education Association. It kicks off a whole year of reading activities for not just kids but for the whole, entire family.

As a librarian, reading is near and dear to my heart. And it is at the heart of why I review books on this blog and elsewhere, so that I can share my own love of reading.

To share some of my love of reading with yet another lucky winner this week (see yesterday’s and tomorrow’s posts for more chances!) I’m giving one winner their choice of a $10 Amazon Gift Card or $10 in books. Either way, it’s the possibility of more books and that’s always terrific!

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For more reading and bookish prizes, be sure to visit the other stops on this hop!

75 thoughts on “For the Love of Reading Giveaway Hop

  1. Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase, Blue-Eyed Devil by Lisa Kleypas & See Jane Score by Rachel Gibson! 🙂

  2. oh thats a tough one, any book by stephen king, danielle steele and a puzzle book I like variety

  3. I would bring The All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness. Thank you for participating in the Hop

  4. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis, Harry Potter, and Nancy Drew Mystery Stories

  5. How to Survive on a Deserted Island
    A Ruin of Roses by K.F. Breene
    A book of riddles

  6. One of Sarah Dessen’s books because I love her books, maybe a survival guide and a book of puzzles

  7. The Boy Scout Handbook, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, and The Mahābhārata

  8. Flowers in the Attic, Coronation Street the Novel & Night of the Living Dead

  9. They would have to be long books so perhaps Caribbean, Iberia and Alaska by James A. Michener.

  10. I would choose The Bible, a photobook of pictures of my family, and a puzzle book.

  11. I would have a dictionary to learn and spell new words, the latest Guinness Book of World Records to keep me occupied, and a world atlas to figure out where this island I’m marooned on is located. (Listening to Sittin on the Dock of the Bay by Otis Redding)

  12. I’d pick Anne of Green Gables, Merriam Websters dictionary, Insomnia by Stephen King

  13. I would choose How to Survive in the Wild, Foraging for Survival: Edible Wild Plants of North America, and Little Women. haha!!

  14. I mean… I couldn’t choose! Definitely a Bible, but I’d try to find a couple collections with several books in one lol

  15. A great question and a tough one to answer. I think I’d go with Pride and Prejudice, Anne Of Green Gables, and any of Beverly Cleary’s Ramona Quimby books, all comfort reads that I can read over and over and still enjoy each time.

  16. I would choose Acheron by Sherrilyn Keyon, A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness, and The Winter Sea by Susanna Kearsley.

  17. I would pick Alas, Babylon, by Pat Frank, The Stand, by Stephen King, and How to Survive on a Deserted Island, by Tim O’Shei.

  18. anything by Dick Francis, Anne of green gables, The long winter by Laura Ingles Wilder

  19. I would choose anything by Nicholas Sparks, Daisy Jones & the Six and We Were the Lucky Ones.

  20. My three books would be: 438 Days: An Extraordinary True Story of Survival at Sea (lol fitting), A House In the Sky, and the first Hunger Games book

  21. Hmmm. Three books… Stephen King – The Stand, Susanna Clarke – Piranisi, and Paulo Coehlo – The Alchemist !

  22. Only THREE books? Dang that’s hard!
    Okay, I’d pick Silver Silence and Archangel’s War by Nalini Singh and Ice Planet Barbarians by Ruby Dixon. I hope I don’t get deserted on a an island because I need more than just 3 books! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

  23. The two volumes of the Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss, and How to Survive on a Desert Island.

  24. Ooh that’s so tough. I think I’d choose Verity, Call Me By Your Name, and Where The Crawdad’s Sing

  25. Gosh, #1 would be the Bible…not to keep me “entertained” but to keep me inspired. Probably a book about the saints, and another with pretty pictures of flowers! Thanks and God Bless!

  26. 1). The Bible 2) A Good Devotional 3). Of Mice and Men or I Never Promised You a Rose Garden

  27. Dave Bidini’s Tropic of Hockey, a survival manual and a manga to be determined!

  28. The three books I would have to keep me entertained would be Robison Crusoe, The Bible, and some kind of humor book.

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