Saturday, March 18, 2017

With Love for Books Tote Bag, Mug & Pillow Giveaway

 
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50 comments:

  1. My love for books comes from my older sister teaching me to read when I was four. And then in my early teens I discovered Stephen King :)

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  2. From my mother who gave me my first book, Tiptoes the Mischievous Kitten by Noel Barr.

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  3. My mother took me to the library every summer at a young age. I would spend my break reading. It's still my favorite hobby!

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  4. my grandmother used to read to me when i was small then wed make up stories as i grew up before she passed away later t was encouraged bymy dad just grew and took off from there


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  5. My grandfather who taught me to read and then my teacher

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  6. I've always loved to read, from when I was a little girl. I probably get my love for books from my mother.

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  7. My mom & Grandma were always reading so ut was something that I learned to love at a very young age!

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  8. From my mother who took the time each evening when i was evry little to read to me and teach me to read ( and this set color is gorgeous!!!!!)

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  9. My mom! She read to me and my brother before it was time to go to bed. Old Disney books! My passion for books started there!

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  10. We always had books at home and when I got bored that's what I'd reach for rather than the tv remote! plus, with 2 bros, what chance did I have with only one tv in the house lol!!

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  11. To be honest I am not the one who has the love for books. It is both my sisters and I try to get books for them since they enjoy them so much. I think they love them because our mom use to read and read and read then take us to the library often. I was the last of the kids so I think by that time, she was tired of reading and I just wasn't into it.

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  12. My love of reading came from my 5th grade teacher

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  13. I think the love of reading runs in families. My parents loved to read, I love to read and both of my children love to read.

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  14. My Mum and Dad read and encouraged me from a young age to read. I used to get an annual every year and then it's traditional that I get a book for Christmas. I remember the thrill of being able to go downstairs and use the "grown up" section of the library for the first time.

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  15. I think my love of books came from my Mom who took the 6 of us to the Library and read to us often. I also remember my love of the forbidden "bad literature's" Dr. Seuss, Nancy Drew, and God forbid, Comics! I think they all encouraged us to read subversively!

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  16. I always had a love for books since childhood, my parents used to read to me and we would often visit the library, still do every week.

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  17. The escape from reality, and being able to explore different worlds.

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  18. My mother. She made sure I could get to the library and never rushed me out of there!

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  19. It comes from my mom :) I found some of her old books from the 1940's and she told me I could have them. She was always taking us to the library to check out books; it was something free to do with her children and we were barely middle class (ie: had no money for excursions.)

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  20. I was destined to be a reader, we lived on the 19th floor (so no garden), I have no brothers or sisters I could play with and none of my school mates lived near. I was shy and didn't want to go in any social club.. so what was I supposed to do, escape in reading a book 😁

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  21. My big sister taught me to read out of the Girl Scout handbook. It was all uphill from there.

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  22. My love of books comes from my Mother ! She used to read to us when I was little !

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  23. It started when my class first went to visit our library (or at the time, a bookmobile). So many stories to read and see, I was in heaven!

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  24. My whole family likes to read. I think its encoded in my genes. LOL.

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  25. My mother and father teach me to read books and love it :)

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  26. I think it came from my mom. I've always loved books.

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  27. From my mum, I always remember her with a book close to hand and she always made bedtime fun by reading me great stories.

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  28. My love for books came from my parents who were avid readers and who taught me to read at an early age.

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  29. My family! We all like to read.

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  30. My love for books comes from when my grandmother entered me in a reading contest at the local library in her hometown. Ever since then, I read just about everything I can get my hands on.

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  31. I learned from my father to read and love books

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  32. My love of books comes from my mom. At 13, i saw my mom reading those harlequin romance books and i was introduced. After that, that's how i became to love reading. I went to any food closets and they give you books for free. I was addicted.

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  33. Harry Potter book 1 is my book love initiator.

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  34. My mum use to my me books as a present for birthdays and Christmases. I remember my first book Noddy and his car.

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  35. My love for books comes from my daughter's actually. They love to read so I started reading books they recommend to me.

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  36. From my grandmother. She used to read me stories everyday when I was a kid.

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  37. From my grandmother. I found a book by KEW on her shelf and since that I'm in love with the romances. But my mother had tought me how to read at a wery young age and I've been reading since than.

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  38. I grew up in a house full of books and my parents always read to. Me :)

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  39. My love of cooking at age 2-3. Both of my grandmother's were cooks/chefs. One owned a huge restaurant. I used to look at cookbooks the way we used to look at the Sears wishbook

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  40. My mom and grandmas used to read to me a lot when I was young!

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  41. My parents and grandmother were avid readers too--grew up being read to and loving it all!

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  42. Honestly, I don't know. My family isn't much of a reader. My brother reads mostly nonfiction, so I don't know where my love of books, mostly fiction, comes from.

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  43. My love of books comes from my teachers and librarian when I was a kid.

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  44. Since my parents got me reading at a very young age. It was fun to slip into the stories

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  45. My mom.. she read to me all the time when I was a child and brought me to the library.. then she started buying me books and my dad built a bookcase in my room for me.. Love to read....

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