Thursday, April 2, 2009

Schoolbook Giveaway 4-3-09 CLOSED

Todays schoolbook giveaway is Skill Builders Writing Grades 5-6. This is a fun and challenging workbook designed to help students master writing skills such as generateing ideas, organization and fluency, voice, word choice, etc. This 80 page book includes a page of proofreaders marks and an answer key. This giveaway will end April 17, 2009.
Here are the different ways to earn entries: (Please leave a separate comment with each one and leave a contact email on at least one of your entries.)
1. Let me know you are a subscriber.
2. Let me know you are a follower.
3. Follow me on Twitter.
4. Tweet about this giveaway and leave me a comment with the link.
5. Blog about this giveaway and leave a comment with the link.
6. Answer the following question: If you were to help a young lady prepare a hope chest what item would you contribute.


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47 comments:

  1. For the hope chest, I would contribute a handmade quilt. They are such beautiful heirlooms!

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  2. I am a subscriber.

    sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

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  3. http://twitter.com/valerie2350/status/1449275208

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  4. I would put a Mrs. A's cuopon organizer in the hope chest

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  5. In the hope chest I will put in my favorite books: the Bible, Memoirs of a Geisha, and Scarlett Letter

    mccataquet(at)comcast(dot)net

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  6. i tweeted as agodlyhomemaker

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  7. for the hope chest- a copy of the book the excellent wife by martha peace. it's what i put it in my dd's hope chest!

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  8. I am new here! What a great blog :)

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  9. I would put a pair of new dress shoes in and slip in some cash in each one.

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  10. I am a faithful subscriber, reader.

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  11. I would put a Family Bible in it and a quilt that belonged to my Grandma and pa that they received for a wedding gift about 70 years ago.

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  12. I just subscribed because I want to win the book for my son. He did not talk till he was 4 years old. Now he is almost 10 and can speak well (with lots of cute mistakes). However, he is very much challenged by writing. Since English is my second language, a good book would very much help us.

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  13. tweeted about this giveaway!

    http://twitter.com/dailyessentials/status/1469469549

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  14. If I were to help a young lady prepare a hope chest I would give her lots of handmade potholders (my grandmother made me tons and tons of them, I have been married 14 years and I am still using them, I still have some in my hope chest to be used when these wear out - you can never have too many).

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  15. I blogged about your giveaway - you can check it out here... http://craftymomof4boys.blogspot.com/2009/04/another-giveaway.html

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  16. Her favorite childhood book or puzzle. I have some that I did at my grandmother's home and it means so much when I watch my little girls working these precious memories puzzles.

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  17. I follow on twitter! (amweeks)

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  18. This may seem a bit strange, but I would put in a cutting board. The reason is that my great-grandmother gave my mom a wooden cutting board years ago and said to her "every married woman needs a cutting board". After college, when I moved out-of-state, my mother handed me that same cutting board & said "every woman out on her own needs a cutting board". I in turn would pass on this same cutting board & say "every woman needs a cutting board".

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  19. If I were helping a young lady prepare a hope chest then a Family Bible would be a great item to start with. :)

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  20. *Tweet* http://twitter.com/angelasbits/status/1492663987

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  21. I would want a simple piece of jewelry to go into a Hope Chest. Enter me!
    couponmichelle@hotmail.com

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  22. I would give her some nice stationary, a pencil set, a journal...all stored in a fabric portfolio...for her to write family and friends, record her thoughts and draw what tickles her fancy.
    Thank you for asking
    Carol Jo
    cvdmvega@yahoo.com

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  23. I am a subscriber.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  24. I am a follower.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  25. I follow on twitter.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  26. I would contribute some nice linens such as towel sets.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  27. I tweeted.
    http://twitter.com/donnak4/status/1516471065

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  28. I would include a journal. I love reading my own words at different stages of life.

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  29. For my daughter's hope chest I am making a family cookbook with all of our favorite recipes.

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  30. I started a hope chest my junior year. Every week, I'd add a new pot, pan, skillet, etc. It helped my husband & I so much when we got our own place, because we had an entire set! So, I'd probably buy something like that. I also like the idea of a cookbook of family recipes.
    xo_whitneyleann@yahoo.com

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  31. For the hope chest I would include some hand-embroidered flour-sack towels with the weekdays on them. My grandma made me a pack and they are very precious to me.

    And maybe some pretty sheets and pillow cases.

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