Saturday, October 16, 2010

Second Hand Saturday! A Book-A-Week Giveaway 4

Welcome to Second Hand Saturday a once a week giveaway started by Reading Teen. In an attempt to clear our bookshelves, and pass on great used books to our stalkers followers, WE =  Austin, Andrew, Faith, Reagan, Anna, Bransen and Adrien have decided to hold weekly giveaways of some of the books on our bookshelves! Every Saturday, we will post the books available, and the following Saturday, we will announce the winner and our next challenge. The winner will get to choose a book from the list and we will ship it to that lucky person! Each week we will have a different challenge to complete (see below). YOU MUST BE A FOLLOWER TO ENTER!  Open Internationally.  Ends at 10:00 pm EST the following Friday!

Middle Grade

-  Middle School Confidential Books 1-3 by Annie Fox (PBR
-  Eragon (hardback) by Christopher Paolini (PBR)
-  Eldest (hardback) by Christopher Paolini (PBR)
-  Inkheart by Cornelia Funke (PBR)
-  Inkspell by Cornelia Funke
-  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (hardback no jacket) (PBR) (RT)
-  Mattimeo (library copy) by Brian Jacques
-  A Wrinkle in Time and A Wind in the Door by Madeleine L'Engle
-  Summer Ball by Mike Lupica
-  Half Moon Investigations (library copy) by Eoin Colfer
-  Island Girl (library copy) by Sandra Byrd
-  Hoot (paperback) by Carl Hiaasen
-  Tuck Everlasting (hardback) by Natalie Babbitt
-  Nothing But The Truth: A Documentary Novel (paperback) By AVI
-  Triss (Redwall, Book 15) (paperback) by Brian Jacques
-  Clovermead by David Randall
-  The O'Reilly Factor For Kids by Bill O'Reilly
-  Portal by Imogen Rose
-  Trackers by Patrick Carman
-  Nerds by Michael Buckley
Zan Gah by Allan Richard Shickman
-  The Carnival of Lost Souls by Laura Quimby
Star Power book 1 Supernova  by Catherine Hapka
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle
High School Musical: The Junior Novel Disney
-  High School Musical: Stories from East High #6 Disney
-  Animal Ark Pets books #12 - #16
-  25 (very small thin) books from The Babysitters Club (you pay media shipping)
Madison Finn #1 Only the Lonely Boy, #2 Boy, OH Boy! #3 Play it Again ( whole set)

To enter this week's giveaway, you must be a follower of this blog, and...

 Answer me this...

What book have you read over and over?

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Thank You so much for following. We could not would not do this without our followers. Come back next Saturday to see the winner and enter in for another book giveaway!

This week's winner is:

sweet_heart_52_9 said...

I would want to meet Lurlene Mcdaniel and I think I would ask her where does she get the strength to write the types of books she writes.

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brandileigh2003 said...


Cathie said...

Gone With the Wind

carmenpaigee said...

The Mortal Intstruments Series


Teril said...

Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris

Anonymous said...

I've read the Harry Potter times so often, I lost count!

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Vampires and Tofu said...

I don't often read a book more than once but I loved The Forever King by Molly Cochran and Warren Murphy so much I read it twice. It's a simply awesome King Arthur story!!

.Ambur. said...

I've read the Mortal Instruments, Are You There God It's Me Margaret, and Ella Enchanted over and over! Those are all books I can never get enough of :D

Enbrethiliel said...


Oh, there are several books I've read over and over, so that I now feel that they are a part of me.

The ones that come to mind first are Little Men and Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. =)

Kulsuma said...

harry potter and the goblet of fire.

April X said...

Back in the days of my Twilight obsession, twilight lol. But I've also read Island of the Blue Dolphins a million times. I'm not sure why, but I remember that I really liked it.

Jill of The O.W.L. said...

The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. I have taught this book for the last 14 years and I NEVER EVER tire of it! I sooooooo wish I could meet her!

Mariana said...

I never tire to read Lasher (Lives of the Mayfair Witches) by Anne Rice.


Aubrey said...

I have reread Harry Potter series several times, but I'd say the book I come back to most often is "To Kill a Mockingbird". I just love it!

GREYZ said...

The Lecter series by Harris and Anita Blake by LKH

*Jam* said...

Do you really need to ask? Harry Potter of course!!! =)
November is still so far...

Raissa Lopes said...

Lord of the rings! I think several YA books would be nothing without LOR!

Ana Norte said...

Harry Potter (all of them)

Stephanie said...

The Shadow Children series by Margaret Peterson Haddix.

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Yiota said...

I think the most read book at my shelves is Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire. It was the first big book i got. And yeah and i didn't read HP in the right order :p

sablelexi said...

There are a few books that I have read over and over. Harry Potter, of course. Guilty Pleasures by Laurell K. Hamilton, as well. And possible my most read books are the Emily series by L.M. Montgomery.

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ako4eggs said...

A book i never get tired of is the hunger games series. They are absolutely amazing!

Llehn said...

Harry Potter :D


Dovile said...

Adventures of Robin Hood by Howard Pyle- read it so many times that both covers and a few of the last pages have fallen away:)

Also the Harry Potter series

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vickyvak said...

The Harry Potter books!


FairyWhispers said...

A thick Longman dictionary!

was having my exmas the other day, so this thick and heavy book came into use [again]



GABY said...

Harry Potter...


Scoot said...

There are so many! I read most of the books I love many times. Recently I read The Host for the third time or so and still enjoyed it.


Christine said...

I've read many books multiple times, but the one I loved the longest is The Only Alien on the Planet by Kristen D. Randle. It's a lesser-known YA book, but I read it when it was first published in '95 and have read it just about every year since.