New Question for Book Giveaway #3

May 23, 2007 at 9:36 pm Leave a comment

when-i-was-puerto-rican-cover.jpgSo it looks like the book giveaway contest question didn’t excite anyone.  We’ll have to go with something else because I want these great books to land in someone’s hands.  How about this:  when I was interviewing the women who participated in the book research, I asked them what books had made a positive difference in their development.  So that’s the new question.  What book (or books) made a positive difference in your development as you were coming of age.  Can’t wait to hear your thoughts!  Answers by end of day on Saturday get entered into the book giveaway contest. 

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