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The Hunger Games Giveaway

As I'm drawing close to the end of the third book in The Hunger Games Trilogy, I am sad. Maybe not as sad as when I finished the final Twilight book, but I will miss these characters. It has filled a little of that void left from Edward and Bella and I can't wait for the movies to be made!

I know I'm blabbering, let me get to the goods.

Instead of sticking these three books on my bookshelf, I thought I'd give them away to someone else that is dying to read them.

So, leave a comment, tell me if you'd like to win for yourself, or someone else! If you've already read the books, feel free to give your opinion on them as well!

Giveaway includes the first book (paperback version) and the final two books in hardback versions. Still in great condition, only read once!

Good luck! I'll draw a winner at the end of next week!

Comments

  1. I loved these books! I would stay up WAY too late at night to read them. I also found awkward ways to add into conversation parts of the book--such as this housework might be hard, but at least we aren't contestants in the hunger games! I hope they go to a good hope where they'll be loved! :)

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  2. I've been hearing a lot about these books from people and would LOVE to read them! That is really sweet of you to give them away :)

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  3. Wow! I would love to read these books, you are so awesome to pass them on! Thanks!

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  4. How generous. Seriously! I'd love to read them and I'd pass the favor on when I'm done. :)

    Kodi
    bevelleboulevard.blogspot.com

    kodibevelle at gmail dot com

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  5. I was just trying to think of an excuse to start reading these! Winning would be the prefect reason!

    Thanks!

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  6. Pretty pretty princess please pick me! I'm a first year middle school English teacher who is trying to build a classroom library!!!

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  7. I don't know if you're doing a random selection or not but I have to say, if not, Manatee's Headband above me has a pretty good request.

    I don't need to be entered as I already read these books and LOVED them. Personally, I found them way more intriguing than the Twilight books. My husband is reading them now, he's annoyed by Katniss but I had to remind him that she IS a 17 year old girl, they're pretty much always annoying. ;) Good luck to those who want to win, may the odds be ever in your favor.

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  8. Well, as a librarian I can tell you they are very popular. Hope I win so I can donate them to our school collection. Thanks for offering them in a giveaway.

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  9. What a great idea to pass them along! Have not read them, but seems the rest of the blog/twitter world has. Many thanks for offering this swag!

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  10. I would LOVE to win these books. I would put them on my classroom bookshelf for my students to enjoy!

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  11. I would love to have these my son has been asking for these. When we were done reading them I would donate them to his school. I think its awesome that your passing them on.
    Thank you
    Amanda

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  12. I've heard a lot about these books and would be interested in reading them (I'm in Canada, though).

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  13. I've been hearing about this series from more and more people, and am interested in reading them

    thanks for sharing your books!

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  14. these books are on my to-read list and i can't wait to start! i've heard nothing but great things!

    what a fun giveaway! count me in!

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