For delivering Book #1 from the exchange.
I’ve said it before and I will say it again.
I love books. I’m a reader. I read anything and everything. I began my love affair with books about 8 years ago. I liked books before that, but hadn’t truly cultivated a desire to read fine literature. One day, I closed a book and had a totally different outlook on life. From that day on, I was hooked. Hooked on the possibilities of what a book can do.
I have a book club. I read each day. I love the smell of books. I love the look of books. I love that each book offers something. I love that I become different each time I crack open their spine. I love that I can’t part with my books. I part with furniture, pictures, bedspreads and clothes with ease….yet I can never get rid of a book that I have read. It’s a part of me.
I love them.
I want Kensington to love books too. When I was asked by my friend, Sarah, if I would like to participate in a kids book exchange, I was SUPER excited. I’m not usually game for the “chain letter” concept, but in this case, I’m a BIG fan!
Basically, you send one childrens book and you get 36 back! WHAT??!! FABULOUS.
You get a letter, make copies, send books to the first person on the list, move your name to #2…blahblahblah…you know the drill.
And in about two weeks, you get your books.I can’t wait to pick out a book for our “person” and I can’t wait to see what we receive in the mail.
Here is where I thought of you, blog readers: If YOU would like to be one of the six people that I send a letter to, comment or email me. I want people that are excited and interested to participate and I figure some of you would love this idea as much as I do! The first six people to respond will get a letter and be able to have this cool opportunity! Who doesn’t want 36 brand new books for their child! For the price of 1.
**Thanks, but all 6 spots are filled! **
Let the reading begin.
If you are like me and have so many books it hurts, you lose track of who you loan them to. This makes me cranky when I am trying to find it.
Problem solved by my wonderful cousin when she purchased me this STINKIN’ ADORABLE BOOK LABELS. Go get em’!