Monday, April 2, 2012

Book Giveaway: Summer On The Moon by Adrian Fogelin (Hard Copy)

Thanks to Peachtree Publishing, one of my lucky readers will receive a hard back copy of Summer on the Moon by Adrian Fogelin. This is a great coming of age book, so fitting in today's world.

Contest Details: Please use the Rafflecopter form for all entries. By entering the contest, you acknowledge you have read and agree to the terms on the form, including having your name published as the winner of the prize. Information provided for the contest is never sold. Contest ends 4/11/2012 at 11:59 p.m. EST. 

**Disclosure: Prize is provided by the publisher to the winner. I received a review copy of the book, for my review post. No monetary or other compensation was received for this particular post. This post is not a sponsored post.



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25 comments:

Amy W. said...

I think my daughter would like this book because it shows that kids can do positive things to help and she would be able to relate to the characters. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

Lesley said...

As a middle school teacher, I know first-hand that it can be tough to find books that interest seventh graders, particularly boys. I have no doubt that even my most reluctant readers will be engaged in this story, as Adrian Fogelin does a great job of making connections with the content that my students find most relevant - skateboarding, navigating friendships, and surviving tough family situations.

apple blossom said...

I think the adventure would be loved by children.

Kathy said...

I think I'd like this book. I read quite a few YA books!

Carl said...

There's no question that all kids can relate to the feeling of being an outsider and alone. Just as they can relate to the joy that happens when you find a friend. Simple and profound.

LuKa(Lubna) said...

The book showcases the strength of friendship and the importance of standing up to bullies. Today, with recession looming large, kids don't have it easy, they have to deal with their parents losing their jobs, at times they have to deal with loosing the roof over their heads. This book seems like a good read and would inspire many a child struggling with the complex challenges of life.

Trista Zollars said...

THey will love that the strength the main character shows!
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bloomerbear said...

For the Positive things it enforces!

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Sunnie said...

My oldest daughter loves to read all kinds of books, I think she would really like the adventure in this one
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Patty S. said...

It sounds dventuresome!

awhartness said...

I think my grandson would love reading this book. I think it is geared towards his age of 12.

ape2016 said...

I think my daughter would really enjoy this book about a kid dealing with the realities that today's families face.
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ani hearts japan said...

I think it has enough adventurous aspects to keep my almost nine year old son entertained. He loves to read!

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AEKZ2 said...

My son would like that it shows the importance of friendship and family.

Diana said...

I think this would be great for my daughter who teaches 5th grade to use in her classroom
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Our Village is a Little Different said...

My boys would like this. We deal with so many of these issues in our area. Thanks for the chance, and for your review, too. - Catherine

jodi lasher said...

I think my 14yr old would like this because she can relate being she lives in a crummy neighborhood with her dad.

McKim said...

I would give this to my daughter to use in her classroom library. I think kids would like it because it deals with comtemporary issues they could relate to.

Laurie said...

My kids love to read and they love all genres,so I know this would hold their interest

amweeks said...

I think my son would love this book; he's always looking for good stuff to do during summer vacation!

Debbie Petts said...

My nephew is going into grade 7 next year and I think this positive story of friendship would be great for him to read. Thanks!

Kamilah said...

I think my boys would like the idea of making new friends...and appreciate the part about being afraid in a new environment

Candie L said...

I think both of my kids would like this because they live in a rural area and they do not know at all what it is like to live in the city. Thank you

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helpful heather said...

my godson loves to know about different family tradtions so he would learning about how other families live and interact. heather.loftus@aol.com

Em said...

My son loves to read new stories about a variety of topics.

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