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Book Giveaway Thank You

As a thank you to all my blogger friends for being helpful and supportive and wise, I am giving away twelve books that have been transformative to me during my teaching.

If you'd like one, please comment here like this:
I'd love The Unstoppable Writing Teacher. My email is iamateacher@gmail.com.
UPDATED: If there is a star on a book, it's been taken already.


Comments

  1. I'd love Who Owns The Learning? What an awesome idea, just like you ;)

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  2. What a lovely idea. I too have been nudged to regular writing by this slicing community. I'd love to read Real Revision or The Writing Thief. I'm a huge fan of (and already own) Celebrating Writers and The Unstoppable Writing Teacher.

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  3. I'd love to read Thrive and/or 59 Reasons to Write. You are very generous with this giveaway! My email is koldenburgh@rsu26.org

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  4. What a lovely thing to do Kimberley! Reading you always enriches my writing life. I'd love to read The Power of Questions or Real Revision. My email is julieanne.harmatz@gmail.com

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  5. Now this is a great way to start the day! Love learning with you, my friend, and would love to read The Greatest Catch.

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  6. Very generous! I am in Canada so I am not going to participate but I will say . . . I look forward to your eventual book! :-)

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  7. Nice idea! I've been slowly giving away my teacher books to young teachers who I know will use and appreciate them. I was thinking perhaps Celebrate Writers since my OLW for the year is Celebrate. Thanks!

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  8. Oops...forgot to add my email: BarbaraSut@aol.com

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  9. Love the idea -- we might steal it some day. We have them all so we will leave the chances to others!!! Thanks!
    Clare and Tammy

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  10. What a wonderful and generous idea, Kimberley!

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  11. The Unstoppable Writing Teacher is on my summer reading list! I LOVE learning from you! You know my email 😉

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  12. How fun! Unfortunately for me, my "boyfriend" at Amazon has already sent all of these titles to me so I'll leave them for someone else's TBR list.

    Jen

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  13. I have quite a few of these already. Sign me up for The Revision Toolbox. What a great idea! Spread the love.

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  14. What a great friend you are, offering up professional books like this! Hmmmm, maybe once I read all of mine, I'll do the same...if I can bring myself to part with them!

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  16. I'd love Choice Words or Opening Minds. My email address is bain@xplornet.ca
    I've heard great things about both!


    Sharing books! What a gift!

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    1. It was wonderful to hear from you! Thank you so much!
      Very excited!

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    2. I saw my cousin from Maine over the weekend! Thank you so much for the books! They were on my wish list and you are so generous! Thank you!

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