YA Mythology Giveaway Hop

Posted October 26, 2012 by Lisa Mandina in giveaway / 7 Comments

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been a fan of myths since I was in middle school probably.  And really, I think most people were at that age.  As a teacher, I remember the years when the 7th grade Social Studies teachers did Greek and Roman history, and so the kids always seemed to really enjoy that unit.  In Science class I even pulled it in by having my students write their own myths about different science topics we’d studied that year, or ones we hadn’t studied yet so that they didn’t know exactly why those things happened. Also as a teacher, I’ve seen books like The Lightning Thief draw in kids who didn’t like to read, and turn them into kids who then begged their parents to buy them an e-reader, and what I loved the most, getting phone calls from their parents, or talking to the parents at conferences, and having them thank me for getting their kid to read.  That’s what I love, seeing a kid fall in love with reading, and be so excited to come talk to me about what they’d just read.  That’s why I decided to be a librarian, and why I refuse to give up on my dream to finally use the Master’s Degree I earned in Library Science and be a School Librarian, even though I get rejection after rejection it seems when I interview.
Anyways, enough about me.  Below I’m going to put some of my favorite mythology books, and you can pick which one you want.  If it is a series, and I only picture one, you may pick any one in the series.  And this is open internationally if The Book Depository ships to your country. (Check here to see if you’re unsure.)

All you have to do is fill out the Rafflecopter form below, and then click through the other blogs on the linky below that to find more great giveaways!

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7 responses to “YA Mythology Giveaway Hop

  1. I recently began a new series by English authoress Jayde Scott. The first Ancient Legends book is A Job From Hell. It was offered free on Amazon recently. If you are a fan of YA paranormal this series is worth a try. Ms. Scott is an indie authorand I found the editing improved with each book. Amber excepts a summer job as a housekeeper in Scotland. She needs money for college, and has broken up with her boyfriend. Amber helpsnher brother steal some jewels and discovers she has inadvertently won a contest for supernatural powers.

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