Sunday, October 17, 2010

Maud Hart Lovelace Reading Challenge Give-Away #3 -- CLOSED

Sometimes I think I might be too much of a "type-A" personality. I keep lists... lots of them. I love my lists. I like to keep them on notepaper made especially for list-taking, but when I can't find any then I will keep my lists on anything from a scrap of paper to my phone.

If you are anything like me then you're probably going to love this week's give-away. Straight from the gift shop of the Betsy-Tacy Society -- a 3½" x 8½" "Betsy making lists" notepad!

I love it and I wish I was taking notes on it, but I bought it specifically for this challenge, so some lucky reader will get the honor.

Here's how you can enter to win:

1. You must be a participant in the Maud Hart Lovelace Reading Challenge.
2. You must be a resident of the USA.
3. You must be reading (or have read) a Maud Hart Lovelace book during this month. (We're nearly to the end, surely you've started something by now!)
4. Leave a comment stating what you are reading, or just finished reading by or before midnight on the 22nd (Friday night/Saturday morning).

Good luck!



Amy said...

I finished reading Betsy-Tacy and Tib last week and am half way through Betsy-Tacy Go Over the Big Hill. Really enjoying these books! :)

Buried In Print said...

You have such lovely giveaways. I'm a Canadian participant, but I'm still enjoying the parade of MHL temptations. And, yes, I started Betsy Tacy and Tib last night: the early books in the series are making for wonderful bedtime reading. So sweet.

Brittanie said...

I am reading Heaven to Betsy. :)

Anonymous said...

I'm still reading Betsy and Joe. :)

Debra said...

We are reading -- and LOVING -- Betsy Tacy. We will finish up sometime this week, and start Betsy, Tacy and Tib.

Trina adores this! And her 6 year old brother doesn't want to be left out either. Thanks for the inspiration to do this!

(and a lovely bookmark is now holding our place... thank you!!)

Shari said...

I just finished Betsy Was a Junior last night. I'm amazed at how much depth there is in these seemingly fluffy highschool stories. Betsy really grow in these books.

Annette W. said...

I read Heaven to Betsy, but still need to post about it. Soon (right??)