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6.01.2012

Let the giveaways begin! (Librarian Edition)

Due to a mix-up, Cricket's shirt is a different color on the audio book. I like it!


I have BOATLOADS of awesome giveaways for you this month. First up! These freebies are specifically for librarians in the United States.

(My apologies, everyone else. Your giveaways are coming soon.)

Would you like an audio edition (CDs) of Anna and the French Kiss AND Lola and the Boy Next Door for your library collection?

To qualify:


(A) You work for a public library in America. Not a school library, sorry.
(B) Your library has an established collection of books-on-CD.
(C) Your library does NOT already own an audio edition of Anna OR Lola.

If you qualify, please leave a comment here on this post (on my actual blog, not Goodreads or anywhere else that's being served by a feed) with the name of your library and your email address. This giveaway is first come/first serve, and winners will receive BOTH of my books on audio for their collection. 

UPDATE: I'm out of audio books. Thank you for the interest!




I also have a few remaining German editions of Anna and the French Kiss. (I gave away the rest to actual Germans and Austrians on Twitter a few months ago. If you like free stuff, and you aren't following me on Twitter, you should probably be following me on Twitter. Just saying.)

If you work in an American library — public, high school, or university — that has a collection of novels in Deutsch, and you're interested in a free copy for your collection, please let me know in the comments and leave your email address.

UPDATE: I'm out of German editions. Thank you for the interest!

Thanks and danke!

57 comments:

  1. Will you be having giveaways for Canadian libraries??

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    1. I hope so, but (for now) I'm targeting American libraries, because I'm the one who has to pay the shipping costs.

      And I have a lot of stuff to ship. ;-)

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  2. Anonymous6:17 PM GMT-5

    Would love these for my YA audio collection. Public Library in Madison, CT: Scranton Memorial Library: fargok@madisonct.org. Thanks!

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  3. Ooh, yay. We can always use more YA audio books. (Seriously, we've got a lot of 'regular' fiction audio books.)

    Daviess County Public Library, and krystinali@kwc.edu

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  4. HI Stephanie!! This is awesome I work in a public library as the Teen Librarian and I have been working very hard to build our audio collection! I would love to have Anna and Lola in the collection to go with our hard copies

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    1. Hi, Jen! What's your email address?

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    2. And of course I didn't leave my email address pplteenlibrarian@yahoo.com

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  5. This is awesome, Stephanie! We've been trying really hard to build up our YA collection and promote our teen program at our branch (which serves a lot of underprivileged kids). I adore your books, and I hope our teens would too! :)

    Ysleta Branch Library (El Paso Public Library, El Paso, TX.)
    montesjn (at) elpasotexas (dot) gov

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  6. This is so awesome of you!!! We'd love to add them to our collection at the Fulton Public Library, my email is jwallace@ncls.org

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    1. Hi Janelle,

      I tried this email address, but I'm not sure if it reached you. Would you please email me at steph AT stephanieperkins DOT com with your library's mailing address if you're still interested? Thanks. :-)

      — Steph

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  7. This is fantastic! I'd love to add the audio versions of these books! I'm the Teen Services Librarian at the Carbon County Library System in Wyoming. My email address is jdaisey@carbonlibraries.org. Thank you!

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  8. Love this and your books. My name is Jen Petro-Roy and I'm the teen librarian in Carlisle, MA.

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    1. Hi, Jen! What's your email address?

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  9. Oops, my email is jpetroroy@mvlc.org

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  10. Anonymous6:53 PM GMT-5

    I would love the audio books for my library. I work at Jefferson Parish Library, Harahan branch. My email address is djoachim@jefferson.lib.la.us. Thanks.

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  11. Would love to have a set for our library! Rockwell City Public Library Rockwell City Iowa! I was the Children's and Teen's Librarian until diagnosed with cancer a year ago. My little sister still works there though!

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    1. I'd be happy to send your former library a copy. What's your email address?

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    2. Oops! Sorry! rachelcaineassistant (at) gmail (dot) com

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    3. No problem. They're yours!

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  12. I work at the Glenside Public Library in Glendale Heights, Illinois. I was one of the librarians with the pink shirted teens at the Romantic Times Convention. We have a very small German collection which is currently just three books. We would appreciate a German edition of the book. My email address is nbromann@glensidepld.org Thanks for the consideration.

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    1. AWESOME. It's yours!

      And hello again! :-)

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  13. I work here. Would love to have these for the teens. teensatthelibrary(at)yahoo.com

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  14. Hey! We would love to have them at our library. My library is St Petersburg Public Library. It's lila(dot)denning@stpete(dot)org

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  15. I'm the teen librarian at the Morton Grove Public Library (suburb of Chicago) and would love them! The teens love your books (and so do I)! Email: jwehrheim(at)webrary(dot).org

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  16. Oh I would love these for our collection! Parnell Memorial Library in Alabama. awilliams at shelbycounty-al.org

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    1. Wonderful! Thank you! I won't be able to check that email again until work on Monday so if you need any further info before then I can give you my personal email too. Thank you! These are a great addition to our collection!!!!

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  17. This is so awesome!!! Our teens love your books. My library is Alexandria Public Library (Northern VA). My e-mail is bsem80 (at) gmail (dot) come

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  18. Would LOVE these for our collection! Hudson Area Library - hudsonarealibrary (@) gmail (dot) com

    Thanks for the sweet giveaway (hope there are still some left)!

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    1. I'm so sorry, Em! I just ran out. :-(

      If one of the above librarians doesn't get back with me within a week, you'll be first on my back-up list.

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  19. Hey Steph, you're awesome for doing this! I'm a library tech so I don't know if I count - and our library isn't public, it's actually on an Army base serving active and retired military and their families, as well as Army civilians. Otherwise it's exactly the same as a public library, and we have a strong YA collection. Anyway, if either of those two things don't disqualify us - Redstone MWR Library; hckaczyn @ g mail.com. You're still awesome, either way. :)

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    1. I'm so sorry, Heather! I would have been VERY happy to send your base the audios, but I just ran out. :-(

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  20. Hope there are still some left! I am the YA librarian for Franklin Park Library in Illinois. One of our teens said she started reading Anna at 7am and couldn't stop until she finished it. We would love audio copies! Jarellano@fppld.org

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    1. I'm so sorry, Joyce! I just ran out. :-(

      Thank you for this lovely message.

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  21. I'm not a librarian but both my daughters go to the Twin Cities German Immersion School, a K-8 charter school in St. Paul, MN. The school is always looking to add books to their German language library and I'm sure would welcome a copy of "Anna..." auf Deutsch if your one remaining copy is still available. I can either put you in touch with someone on the school's library committee or I can act as a go between. Let me know. sarahNOTsara-at-gmail-dot-com

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    1. Hi Sarah,

      Did you ever receive my email? I'm worried that maybe I got your address wrong or it got lost in your spam or something.

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    2. Stephanie,

      I'm so glad I checked back. Hopefully it's not too late. I didn't get your email. Try again. It's sarahNOTsara@gmail.com.

      ~Sarah

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    3. I wanted to add that I certainly understand if you sent your last copy of the German edition elsewhere. It's been awhile. I go through and delete spam pretty much everyday. It's possible I could've inadvertently deleted a message from you without realizing it. I'll keep an eye out now that I know you've tried to contact me. Hopefully we'll connect this time.

      ~Sarah

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  22. OMG This is awesome. Our YA audio collection could use some lovin' (in that it's practically non-existant!) Penn Wynne Library in Wynnewood, PA. aking816@gmail.com Thanks!!

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  23. Oh bummer, just saw that you ran out. =( Put me on the list in case someone doesn't respond, please. Thanks!

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  24. Katherine6:44 AM GMT-5

    Please do another giveaway soon! I've just heard about the book Anna and the French Kiss from my friends a few days ago and I'm desperate to get a copy! the problem is that there are only 3 bookstores in my city that carries this book and I've been to all 3 but they are all out and they are not sure if they are ever going to have this book available again! Please do a giveaway :(

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