Cyber Monday Book Giveaway

With Thanksgiving and Black Friday ’09 a thing of the past, it’s on to Cyber Monday! Since my shopping list is almost complete (yes, I made it back to my comfort-zone stores on Friday to take advantage of some great deals), I’m running my own Cyber Monday giveaway. Listed below are books that I am giving away to you, my favorite readers.

Take a look at the titles and leave a comment with your top three (3) choices:

1. The Toddler Bistro by Christina Schmidt, M.S. Nutrition

2. Beyond Bandages & Kisses, First Aid Care for Children by Marilyn G. Hatch, RN, CEN

3. This is Not How I Thought It Would Be, Remodeling Motherhood to Get The Lives We Want Today, Kristin Maschka  (2 copies)

4. Four Wives by Wendy Walker

5.Healthy Home Tips, Jeff May & Connie L. May

6.Reading Together, Everything You Need to Know to Raise a Child Who Loves to Read by Diane W. Frankenstein

7.Raising Twins from pregnancy to preschool by Shelly Vaziri Flais, MD, FAAP

8.It’s Just My Nature! A guide to knowing and living your true nature, by Carol Tuttle

9.The Superior Wife Syndrome, Why women do everything so well and why-for the sake of our marriages – we’ve got to stop by Carin  Rubenstein

10. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raising Girls, by Dr. Gary J. Weisenberger, Kathy Sherwin and Deborah S. Romaine (2 copies)

11. Eco-Friendly Families by Helen Coronato

12. The Green Year (365 smalls things you can do to make a big difference) by Jodi Helmer

13.Pressured Parents, stressed-out kids by Wendy S. Grolnick, PhD, and Kathy Seal

14.A Cup of Comfort for New Mothers, stories that celebrate the miracle of life, Edited by Colleen Sell (2 copies)

15.My two-year-old eats octopus, raising children who love to eat everything, by Nancy Tringali Piho

16.I Love the New Baby at our House, Most of the Time by Leslie Kimmelman

17. Stepmonster, a new look at why real stepmothers think, feel and act the way we do, by Wednesday Marin, PhD

18.Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You: Kids, Carbs and the Coming Hormonal Apocalypse by Anita Renfroe

19.No One’s the Bitch, a ten-step plan for the mother and stepmother relationship, by Jennifer Newcomb Marine and Carol Marine

20.What is your self-worth? A woman’s guide to validation by Cheryl Saban, Ph.D.

21.The Colic Chronicles, a mother’s survival guide to calming your baby while keeping your cool, by Tara Kompare

22.The Agony and the Agony, Raising your Teenager Without Losing Your Mind, by Betty Londergan

23.Sparks, how parents can help ignite the hidden strengths of teenagers by Peter L. Benson Ph.D.

24.The WholeHearted Marriage, fully engaging your most important relationship, by Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Shawn Stoever

25.Stay Home, Stay Happy, 10 secrets to loving at-home motherhood by Rachel Campos-Duffy

26.The Essential Guide to Breastfeeding, everything a nursing mother needs to know, by Marianne Neifert, MD

27. The Organized Mom, Simplify Life for You and Baby, One Step at a Time by Stacey Crew

 

Submit your three (3) choices by Monday, December 7th at 9 a.m. for the random drawing at noon. You will receive one book in this giveaway. Keep it to read yourself or give it to someone as a holiday gift. Either way…enjoy!

 

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32 Responses

  1. I would love to win one of these books…Thank you.

    The WholeHearted Marriage, fully engaging your most important relationship, by Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Shawn Stoever

    Eco-Friendly Families by Helen Coronato

    The Superior Wife Syndrome, Why women do everything so well and why-for the sake of our marriages – we’ve got to stop by Carin Rubenstein

  2. Stay Home, Stay Happy, 10 Secrets
    The Green Year
    Healthy Home Tips

  3. 1. Stepmonster, a new look at why real stepmothers think, feel and act the way we do, by Wednesday Marin, PhD
    (this is perfect for my family relationship right now)

    2. The Agony and the Agony, Raising your Teenager Without Losing Your Mind, by Betty Londergan

    3. The WholeHearted Marriage, fully engaging your most important relationship, by Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Shawn Stoever

  4. What a great list of books… decisions, decisions:

    My top 3:

    The Superior Wife Syndrome, Why women do everything so well and why-for the sake of our marriages – we’ve got to stop by Carin Rubenstein

    Stepmonster, a new look at why real stepmothers think, feel and act the way we do, by Wednesday Marin, PhD

    The WholeHearted Marriage, fully engaging your most important relationship, by Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Shawn Stoever

  5. Cool giveaway. Here are my top 3 choices:
    The Green Year (365 smalls things you can do to make a big difference) by Jodi Helmer
    The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raising Girls, by Dr. Gary J. Weisenberger, Kathy Sherwin and Deborah S. Romaine (2 copies)
    The Toddler Bistro by Christina Schmidt, M.S. Nutrition

    Thanks for the chance.

  6. I would love to add (7),(21), or (26) to my lending library!

  7. Beyond Bandages & Kisses, First Aid Care for Children by Marilyn G. Hatch, RN, CEN

    My two-year-old eats octopus, raising children who love to eat everything, by Nancy Tringali Piho

    The Organized Mom, Simplify Life for You and Baby, One Step at a Time by Stacey Crew

    Those are my three choices, I hope I win one, they all sound so good!

  8. my 3 choices are:
    1. Sparks, how parents can help ignite the hidden strengths of teenagers by Peter L. Benson Ph.D.
    2. The WholeHearted Marriage, fully engaging your most important relationship, by Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Shawn Stoever
    3. The Agony and the Agony, Raising your Teenager Without Losing Your Mind, by Betty Londergan
    there are a few others that look interesting. Good luck to everyone.

  9. The Green Year (365 smalls things you can do to make a big difference) ,

    Stay Home Stay Happy… are my top 3 choices.

    Eco-Friendly Families by Helen Coronato

  10. I don’t usually comment on blogs but had to on yours. You have a very distinctive writing style. A lot of people don’t have that touch, they just drone on and on in the most boring way. But not you – thanks! I love visiting other sites about raising a baby! It seems like there is constantly new things to learn about it. I don’t have time to read everything here right now, I found this site while I was trying to find something else on ask.com, but I’ve bookmarked your homepage and will check back again soon to read your latest. Visit my site if you’d like to read more. Thank you again for having this site. Very useful!

  11. Hi Maria,

    Here are my 3 choices:

    Reading Together, Everything You Need to Know to Raise a Child Who Loves to Read by Diane W. Frankenstein

    Eco-Friendly Families by Helen Coronato

    The Organized Mom, Simplify Life for You and Baby, One Step at a Time by Stacey Crew

    Thanks for posting this awesome list of books!

    Thanks!

  12. Here are my top 3 choices:
    22.The Agony and the Agony, Raising your Teenager Without Losing Your Mind, by Betty Londergan

    23.Sparks, how parents can help ignite the hidden strengths of teenagers by Peter L. Benson Ph.D.

    24.The WholeHearted Marriage, fully engaging your most important relationship, by Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Shawn Stoever

    Weird that they were all together 🙂

  13. Eco-Friendly Families by Helen Coronato

    The Green Year (365 smalls things you can do to make a big difference) by Jodi Helmer

  14. And one more….

    This is Not How I Thought It Would Be, Remodeling Motherhood to Get The Lives We Want Today, Kristin Maschka (2 copies)

    Thanks!

  15. Wow so many good titles to choose from. Here is my list of interested in

    6.Reading Together, Everything You Need to Know to Raise a Child Who Loves to Read by Diane W. Frankenstein

    18.Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You: Kids, Carbs and the Coming Hormonal Apocalypse by Anita Renfroe

    20.What is your self-worth? A woman’s guide to validation by Cheryl Saban, Ph.D.

  16. My top 3
    This is Not How I Thought It Would Be, Remodeling Motherhood to Get The Lives We Want Today, Kristin Maschka
    The Essential Guide to Breastfeeding, everything a nursing mother needs to know, by Marianne Neifert, MD
    Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You: Kids, Carbs and the Coming Hormonal Apocalypse by Anita Renfroe

  17. 1. This is Not How I Thought it Would Be: Remodeling Motherhood for the Lives We Want Today
    2. The Green Year
    3. It’s Just My Nature, A Guide to Knowing and Loving Your True Nature

    Thanks!

  18. Love books – great giveaway! My choices:
    1. The WholeHearted Marriage, fully engaging your most important relationship, by Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Shawn Stoever

    2. Pressured Parents, stressed-out kids by Wendy S. Grolnick, PhD, and Kathy Seal

    3. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raising Girls, by Dr. Gary J. Weisenberger, Kathy Sherwin and Deborah S. Romaine (2 copies)

  19. Social comments and analytics for this post…

    This post was mentioned on Twitter by MomTalkRadio: https://bluesuitmom.wordpress.com/2009/11/30/cyber-monday-book-giveaway/ Love for you to win!…

  20. 1. It’s Just My Nature! A guide to knowing and living your true nature, by Carol Tuttle

    2. The Organized Mom, Simplify Life for You and Baby, One Step at a Time by Stacey Crew

    3. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raising Girls, by Dr. Gary J. Weisenberger, Kathy Sherwin and Deborah S. Romaine

  21. This is Not How I Thought It Would Be by Kristin Maschka is my choice for #1, 2 and 3. Hands down, the best

  22. My top 3 picks are:
    6, 15, & 24

    They all sound lovely!

  23. I’m interested in

    The Organized Mom, Simplify Life for You and Baby, One Step at a Time by Stacey Crew

    The Superior Wife Syndrome, Why women do everything so well and why-for the sake of our marriages – we’ve got to stop by Carin Rubenstein

    The WholeHearted Marriage, fully engaging your most important relationship, by Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Shawn Stoever

    They all sound so interesting!

  24. So many great choices to choose from but my top 3 would have to be:

    The Organized Mom, Simplify Life for You and Baby, One Step at a Time by Stacey Crew

    The Green Year (365 smalls things you can do to make a big difference) by Jodi Helmer

    The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raising Girls, by Dr. Gary J. Weisenberger, Kathy Sherwin and Deborah S. Romaine

    I hope I win one – Thanks for the chance!!

  25. Awesome contest- this in my top 3.

    This is Not How I Thought It Would Be, Remodeling Motherhood to Get The Lives We Want Today, Kristin Maschka (2 copies)

    The WholeHearted Marriage, fully engaging your most important relationship, by Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Shawn Stoever

    The Organized Mom, Simplify Life for You and Baby, One Step at a Time by Stacey Crew

  26. Great contest idea!

    The Toddler Bistro- Christina Schmidt, M.S. Nutrition

    This is Not How I Thought it Would Be…- Kristina Maschka (2 copies)

    The WholeHearted Marriage…-Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Shawn Stoever

  27. 2. Beyond Bandages & Kisses, First Aid Care for Children by Marilyn G. Hatch, RN, CEN

    6.Reading Together, Everything You Need to Know to Raise a Child Who Loves to Read by Diane W. Frankenstein

    27. The Organized Mom, Simplify Life for You and Baby, One Step at a Time by Stacey Crew

  28. So many great titles. My top three are :
    Stay Home, Stay Happy, 10 secrets to loving at-home motherhood

    The Agony and the Agony, Raising your Teenager Without Losing Your Mind

    This is Not How I Thought It Would Be, Remodeling Motherhood to Get The Lives We Want

  29. So many wonderful books, wish I could have all of them !
    Here are my top 3, Thanks a lot for sharing and spreading knowledge 🙂

    Healthy Home Tips, Jeff May & Connie L. May

    The Organized Mom, Simplify Life for You and Baby, One Step at a Time by Stacey Crew

    The Green Year (365 smalls things you can do to make a big difference) by Jodi Helmer

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  31. Whole lot of good titles but I honestly couldn’t decide.

    The WholeHearted Marriage ……or……

    This is Not How I Thought It Would Be, Remodeling Motherhood to Get The Lives We Want Today

    Thank you!

  32. Stepmonsters cracked me up. Being a step parent myself it is hard to get the childs approval at points but this gives you some helpful hints. I am definately going to pick up “The agony and the agony…” If anyone has any input on that one I’d love to hear what I am getting myself into.

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