Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Boy Books Pack!

Our final blogiversary giveaway starts today! I can't believe it is almost over. I hope you still come to our blog frequently even without the insane giveaways I've been doing. You never know if a book you love or really want to read will be up for giveaway another time!

This week is all about boys. There has actually been a lot of conversation about this in the blogging world lately. Without going into details, someone said that the book world is overpowered by books for and by girls. To those people I say that we love our boy books too! I don't think there can be too many books for any person out there!

But I do realize that most boys are turned off by books that many girls eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. So in honor of those boys, here is a set of books that boys AND girls will love!

SPLURCH ACADEMY FOR DISRUPTIVE BOYS: THE RAT BRAIN FIASCO by Julie Berry and illustrated by Sally Gardner- Paperback, signed by Julie Berry
SPLURCH ACADEMY FOR DISRUPTIVE BOYS: THE BIZZARO BEETLE by Julie Berry and illustrated by Sally Gardner - Paperback, signed by Julie Berry
THE SCORCH TRIALS by James Dashner - Paperback ARC (which I can get signed next week)
THE ROAD by Cormac McCarthy - Hardcover
THE WHITE HORSE TRICK by Kate Thompson - Paperback ARC
HOTHOUSE by Chris Lynch - Hardcover
A WHOLE NOTHER STORY by Dr. Cuthbert Soup - Paperback ARC

2 each of THIEF EYES and BONES OF FAERIE by Janni Lee Simner postcards
some sour candy - not sure what kind yet
2 MPB buisness cards
1 MPB tote bag!

The contest is open until 11:59 PM Tuesday Oct. 12th. Open for US and Canada mailing addresses only. Just fill out the form below!


Sara said...

Just wanted to comment on the book world being overpowered by girls. I do think that might apply to the YA genre right now, but not for anything else. I know lots of guys who read, they just read different genres than girls and women are reading right now. Heck, my husband is the one who introduced me to reading for fun!

Thanks for another giveaway! But I do love your blog with or without them!

Aubrey said...

Thanks for your thoughts Sara! I too have a husband who loves to read, and a brother (as you well know) that reads more than anyone else I know. I really like Julie's post that I posted this morning, because it may speak as to why some boys continue to love reading and others do not?

MommyWantsToRead said...

I agree that a lot of the YA books now seem to be girl oriented but I think that has a lot to do with the success of twilight. These days most of the YA is paranormal romance. That being said my husband and I are both bibliophiles. We like some of the same books but then have others that we read that the other does not.