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I Was Selected: “World Book Giver 2012”

In African American History, Authors, Books on February 4, 2012 at 12:37 am

Free Literature!

I found out about World Book Night 2012 through a literary site and decided to apply to give out books during the event. The literary extravaganza  will be held on April 23, 2012. I received an email yesterday stating that I was accepted as a, “World Book Giver.”

The organization’s website says, “The goal is to give books to new readers, to encourage reading, to share your passion for a great book. The entire publishing, bookstore, library, author, printing, and paper community is behind this effort with donated services and time. The first World Book Night was held in the UK last year, and it was such a big success that it’s spreading around the world!”

I am too excited about this opportunity to share FREE reading materials with my community. I will be able to giveaway 20 books this year.

The book selections that I chose for the giveaway include the following: *I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, by Maya Angelou and *Kindred, by Octavia Butler.

If you are interested in receiving a free copy of one of the selected titles complete the following:

Subscribewww.digibooklibrarian.wordpress.com

Subscribe: www.twitter/digibooklibrari 

Email mailing address to: digibooklibrarian@gmx.com

All book receipents will receive an email confirmation. Books will be mailed out by April 23, 2012!

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  1. World book night is amazing, congrats on being selected.

  2. Darn. I have both of those books already. That is awesome that you were selected to participate.

  3. Kindred, i thought is a kind of grim fantasy while the one by by Maya Angelou, so nicely illustrates how strength of character and a love of literature can help overcome racism and trauma. Great read!

  4. […] first heard about World Book Night from kYmberly, who was selected last year as one of the “World Book Givers” participants (and also a […]

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