Sunday, January 29, 2017

Book Lover Tote Bag & Book of Choice Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win this Book Lover pink tote bag made by Taylor Two and a book of choice worth $10. Good luck!
 

 
 The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. Please add withloveforbooks@gmail.com to your list of approved email addresses. All of our giveaways are international.

73 comments:

  1. My grandfather taught me to read when I was very little and used to give me his books to practice reading. That ignited my love for books

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  2. I grew up surrounded by books and by people who loved the power of the written word.

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  3. My love for books started when I was a young girl watching my Mom and Grandmother read.

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  4. I was a very lonely child and lived in books. Both my parents are avid readers and they were always so generous with their time - to read to me and take me to the library.

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  5. I picked up Twilight one day and never looked back!

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  6. When I was little I had trouble learning to read. The woman who I went to for help is the one who started my love for books. My dad also likes to read and so does his dad so maybe it's also genetic?? Lol.

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  7. My Mom loved to read books! She was a good example to me.

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  8. My sisters and girlfriend love books. They are patience and clever reader. I love books

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  9. As a child my mum used to read to me all the time and it just stemmed from there.

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  10. My English teacher my jr. year of high school. I had just started a new school, again. Ms. Jenkins assigned us a book report on a foreign author. After waiting for me to choose a book she finally had enough of waiting. She handed me a copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone and told me to read it. I signed up for Ms. Jenkins elective literary class by the end of my senior year I had read all of the a Harry Potter books, that were out at the time.

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  11. I fell in love with books as a child. My parents read to me every day and frequently took me to the public library.

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  12. I'm not really sure. I think it was the first time I opened one and smelled the printed pages. I'm serious:)

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  13. My mom read to me when I was very young and I have always loved books since!

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  14. My love for books started when my sister taught me to read when I was 4 years old and when I found Stephen King books in my early teens I was even more hooked.

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  15. My love for books stemmed from a reading program at school. I had a mild form of dyslexia growing up and hated reading because I felt dumb. But this reading program in middle school changed that. They worked with me and helped me figure out how to read with dyslexia. Soon I read so much I had a college reading level in seventh grade.

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  16. My grandmother, who lived with us, was a voracious reader and her example led me to start reading at 3 years old.

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  17. My granny got me the Broons or Oor Wullie annual every year, which I would read from cover to cover over and over.

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  18. I have loved books since I was very young but when I started reading Enid Blyton books it became my passion ⚙

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  19. my mother was surrounded by book and took me near her in the evening to teach me to read

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  20. When I was wayyy younger and I was sick one time for a very long periode my mom brought home
    books for me to read (Bouquet Reeks).

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  21. I'm honestly not sure. All my life I'd say. My favorite place to be as a little girl was the library.

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  22. I loved visiting the library when I was really little. I've loved books ever since.

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  23. When I was in the third grade, my teacher read us CHARLOTTE'S WEB. I loved it so much I wanted to read the book myself. I have been reading ever since.

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  24. I've always loved reading. I haven't read much since my kids were born but I'm starting to get back into it a bit and hope to have even more time soon.

    Besos Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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  25. My love for books started when I was in school and went to the library. During the summer, I loved walking to the public library.

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  26. I learned how to read and it made me ecstatic. My love of books began at that time when I could escape into an entirely new and fictional world. Books have stayed with me since.

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  27. Reading since childhood. I remember liking nursery rhymes.

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  28. By seeing my family read!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  29. When I was very young , My parents had gotten a divorce and I started reading to relax from all the family pressures . I was Hooked !

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  30. Mum and Dad have always read and encouraged me to read when I was old enough. :) Still a huge passion of mine and have kept a lot of books from my childhood too.

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  31. I remember being taken to our local bookmobile for school and I couldn't stop finding more and more books to read. Got my family to start taking me and the rest is history!

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  32. I found some of my mom's old Nancy Drew books in my closet one day. I asked if I could read them and she told me I could have them. She then bought me Nancy Drew books for years :)

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  33. I always loved reading every since I was little I was addicted to The Babysitters Club and Sweet Valley High

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  34. I was an only child and just turned to reading as a hobby.

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  35. My interest for books started when I saw my bestfriend reading. I started reading and then I love that.

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  36. My mom introduced me to the world of books!

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  37. I always liked stories, but my true love for books started in high school when I discovered Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella.

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  38. It started when I was a kid, I used to invest my money with comics and then moved on to other books

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  39. I started reading when I was very young (3) because I loved when my Mom read to me. I started by memorizing the stack of books that I insisted that she read to me every night, then started recognizing words everywhere. I guess I just loved words (and I still do!)

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  40. My love for books didn't really start until I had children of my own, they both love to read and that makes me so happy. :) I didn't really start enjoying reading until I was in my 30's.

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  41. Ever since I was a kid my mom would take me to the library and let me pick out what I wanted to read and I loved it!

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  42. My mum used to read to my twin sister and me when we were children. We actually learned to read that way beore we stated school... which made reading lessons in school extremely boring.

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  43. I have four older sisters that read to me from an early age. Then, I would read things that they enjoyed after they finished.

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  44. L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables. That was the first book I read cover to cover. I didn't enjoy reading before that.

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  45. I don't even know what started my love of reading. For as long as I can remember I loved to read.

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  46. I learned how to read at a very young age. My mom and dad worked a lot and I spend my alone time reading books. I've always loved stories.

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  47. When I read Pride and Prejudice for a school Lit project.

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  48. My Dad loved to read and passed it on to me.

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  49. My mom read to me when I was little.

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  50. My mum used to take me to the library every Saturday and let me borrow as many books as I could carry!

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  51. It 'started when my mamm I read books for me to sleep.

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  52. My sisters bought books of fables & short stories for me when I was little, and I got to look through the comic books first & pick the ones that I wanted, before my parents put them up for sale in their store.

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  54. Honestly, I don't know how my love for books started. For as long as I could read, I've always loved reading. When I was a little kid, I use to visit a local book store every single day after school, and I would pay a visit to the library almost weekly to borrow a new book to read.

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  55. School encouraged me to read lots (@PeanutHog)

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  56. Back in junior school, I'd always take two books from the school library, one that I needed to read for school and another one to read in my free time.

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  57. I found a book on the top of a bin in the apartment block we were staying in on holiday, I've always had a book on the go since

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  58. I've been a lover of books since I was a kid. My aunt, who was a librarian, was always recommending books for me to read.

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  59. I'm reading since childhood.

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  60. My school brought us to library every week and I loved picking out new books each time!

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  61. A lovely giveaway, this is so cute. I have always loved to read, since a child. I had bedtime stories and as soon as I was able to read, got taken to the library to choose books for myself.
    Amanda.

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  62. When I was a little grl, my parents were reading for me

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  63. My nan always bought me books. She wrote my name, her Name and the yard in every one. Now my children read those same juice.

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  64. I have always loved books from a young age.

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  65. i don't remember reading much as a kid nor did i own many books - so i think i am making up for it now as a grown up with a growing collection of books

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  66. I'm not sure...I just gravitated toward them from a young age!

    --Trix

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  67. When I was little I loved having 4 or 5 different books on the go, I'm not that ambitious anymore but I guess I've kept the love for books!

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