Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Help Support Cheerios 100,000 Book Giveaway!



Join Me In Support of Cheerios 100,000 Book Giveaway


Sponsored by The Cheerios family of cereals, First Book and Jon Scieszka, author of the popular "Trucktown" series and other children´s books


Product Reviewed: Many thanks to Cheerios, who provided me with the free product gift pack and information through MyBlogSparkTM!



Play a fun trivia game based on the fun "Trucktown" books written by Jon Scieszka and earn votes for the state of your choice! I got 72% correct ~ See if you can beat me!! Leave a comment and let me know how you did!

Your votes really DO count! My chosen state raised 1 spot in the ranking while I was playing!

To participate, visit this link: Firstbook.org



Perfect for : Supporting your local community, encouraging reading, and supporting your health!

I learned about this program from the wonderful people at MyBlogSpark, who very kindly sent me a box of Cheerios and some sample books to review. My family got to try out the Frosted Cheerios, which we all loved! We ate them for breakfast and also used them for snacks, and I felt great, because my family was still getting the same great benefits as normal Cheerios, but with a boost of sweetness. Some of the benefits are that they are lowfat, have extra calcium and over 12 important vitamins and minerals!

Our toddler loved both the Cheerios (which really do make a great snack for little fingers) and the books that Cheerios sent with for us to look through. One of his favorites is a Trucktown book by Jon Scieszka called Junkyard Fort. He loved the colorful pictures and all the different trucks! The book included both English and Spanish, and also had a small section of activities at the back. Thanks Cheerios!

From MyBlogSpark:
Access to books is essential to reading development. However, did you know that over 80 percent of childcare centers serving low-income children lack age-appropriate books? And a recent study shows that the ratio of books per child in middle income neighborhoods is 13 to 1, while in low-income neighborhoods, the ratio is 1 age-appropriate book for every 300 children.

The Cheerios family of cereals, First Book and Jon Scieszka, author of the popular "Trucktown" series and other children´s books, have joined together to deliver 100,000 books to community-based programs serving children in need - and we´d love your help! All you have to do is go online with your child and test your combined knowledge of children´s books by answering trivia questions related to "Trucktown" and other great children´s books.

For every trivia question answered correctly, you can cast one vote for the state you would like to receive books. The five states receiving the most votes will get 20,000 books each, for a total of 100,000 books. Visit www.FirstBook.org/Scieszka to test your knowledge and start voting.

About Jon Scieszka: (from the Firstbook.org page)


Jon Scieszka is the author of some of the best known and funniest books written for children including The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, The Time Warp Trio series and the Caldecott Honor Book The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Fairy Tales not to mention the first book in the Trucktown series, Smash! Crash! He is a former elementary school teacher, an avid promoter of literacy and the first National Ambassador for Young People's Literature appointed by the Library of Congress. Jon lives with his family in Brooklyn, NY.

About Cheerios Spoonfulls of Stories: (from the Firstbook.org site)


Cheerios Spoonfuls of Stories began with two simple goals: to help young readers grow their minds and to put books into the hands of millions of kids.

For the past 8 years, Cheerios has given away more than 40 million books in boxes and donated more than $3.2 million to First Book to help provide new books to kids who don’t have books of their own.

It’s all part of the commitment of Cheerios to help you provide a healthy, nutritional and educational foundation for your growing child. It’s the very same reason we make Cheerios Cereal® with 100% natural whole grain oats, 1 gram of sugar and no artificial colors or flavors.

For more information on Cheerios Spoonfuls of Stories, see www.spoonfulsofstories.com.
About Firstbook: (from the Firstbook.org site)


First Book provides new books to children in need addressing one of the most important factors affecting literacy – access to books. An innovative leader in social enterprise, First Book has distributed more than 65 million free and low cost books in thousands of communities.

First Book supports the hardest to reach children and elevates the quality of the programs that serve them. First Book improves the quality of these programs by providing high quality books and educational resources and enhancing their overall effectiveness. Collaboration with First Book elevates the quality of education for the children who need our help the most.


Giveaway Details:
One of my lucky readers will win a Cheerios Gift Pack (pictured above, which includes: an assortment of books from Cheerios, a box of Cheerios, and a $25 Barnes & Noble gift card).

Want to win? Here's how!

1. Leave a comment telling me why your state should get 20,000 books OR How many trivia questions you correctly answered here. Please make sure to leave your email if it isn't in your profile. (1 entry for Your State Answer, 1 entry DAILY for doing trivia, which can be done daily!!)

2. Post a link to the giveaway on your blog and/or Facebook and report it here (1 entry)

3. Become a follower (link is on the right hand sidebar) and leave a comment here (or "remind" me you are already a follower so I know you want to be included in this giveaway) (1 entry)

The drawing will be held January 31st. Winner: I will send you an email, please reply with your address so I can forward it to the wonderful people at MyBlogSpark!

This giveaway is open to residents within the United States, no PO Boxes.

~ Wendi



181 Comments:

Tracey said...

I got 5 out of 10 correct.
traymona[at]aol.com

hminnesota said...

bad scorer..
5 out of 12

hminnesota said...

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hminnesota said...

In Minnesota- I am sure there are plenty of children that can use these books to improve reading scores

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peg42 said...

I got 4 questions right. This is such a wonderful cause. Thanks so much.

Stephanie said...

10 out of 20 for me just now
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peg42 said...

I'm a follower.
Thanks again.

Mary said...

My state of California, is one of the richest and also in the biggest debt. They are constantly cutting school budgets and books are sorely needed.

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cstironkat said...

I got 7 out of 11 right.

cstironkat said...

I think Missouri needs these books because the city of St. Louis school district could really use these. Such a poor district.

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

17/20 not bad some were guesses

AEKZ2 said...

My state of Arizona needs these books because many schools do not have a lot of resources.

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AEKZ2 said...

I follow.

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Amber said...

I think Illinois should get the books because we have the worst governor in recent history in Blagojevich...
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Amber said...

I got 7 out of 10 questions correct! I just guessed on most though.
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Amber said...

I follow your blog with google friend connect!
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Anonymous said...

Please think of MI our schools have lost millions of tax revune due to the crash of the domestic auto market.
Diane Baum
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Anonymous said...

I got 17 out of 27, not to bad I guess for books we haven't read before.
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Chip said...

We moved out of Michigan last year and were so lucky to be able to even sell our house. We took a huge hit, but we were the lucky ones. Unemployment is so high and spirits are low. Cuts to the schools in our town were huge. I voted for Michigan even though it's not our state. I feel bad for all the kids that are being left behind.

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kimbo1970 said...

I got 5 out of 11 correct.

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rosannepm said...

I got 1 out of 10-that was ridiculously hard. I'm in Illinois. I'm sure I lowered our state but we really need it becaue Illinois is almost as broke as California.
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rosannepm said...

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coliebear said...

I think Louisiana should get 20,000 books because so many kids and schools lost everything during hurricane Katrina and our state definitely has not financially recovered.
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Tes283 said...

Florida needs the books because it is one the lowest ranking states in education.

Tes283 said...

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Retsbar2Go said...

This was fun!
I got 14 out of 20 correct!


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chromiumman said...

7 of 10 here

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Jenndiggy said...

Five out of 10 correct.

Jenndiggy said...

I'd like to see West Virginia win because some students in a town near me are too poor to afford a pencil for school work, let alone own a book!

jenndiggy at gmail dot com

Jenndiggy said...

I follow.

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I Want That! said...

I got 7 right. I sucked.

sweepmom said...

I got 18 out of 20 and then stopped as I wasn't sure how long this went on for.

Lynn said...

Missouri has high unemployment and I am sure there are lots of kids who would benefit from new books that parents may not be able to afford at this time. thanks for the contest!

carole37 said...

The state of SC has so many people living in poverty. The children need a chance to be exposed to books. I dontate books to schools, give books to groups at holiday times and whatever I can think of to help.

buzzd said...

I got 5 right

crystalf said...

I did terrible. lol I got 16 out of 37 correct. Thank you!

sphinx63 said...

My state should get 20000 books because of all the people that have lost their jobs here, no one spends money on books anymore. Our library has cut almost 1/3 of their budget, so they don't get many new books anymore. Thanks for the chance!

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Anonymous said...

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THE STATE OF PA SHOULD GET THIS BECAUSE OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND BECAUSE ANYTIME YOUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IMPROVES THE FUTURE OF YOUR NATION IMPROVES

Laura said...

My state deserves 20,000 books because so many schools have had levies fail and cuts are being made left and right. Our kids need books to help them learn and grow.

kdkdkd said...

Iowa is ranked 22nd but they should get it because the education budget has been cut to nothing, with more cuts and school closings coming next year

Danielle said...

My state Texas should get it. At the end of the year my daughters school doesnt throw out the books that are no longer in the curiculum or no longer in the library. They put them on book carts with the sign Free Books. This way kids can continue reading threw the summer.

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hotmail (DOT) com

McKim said...

I got 14 of 19 correct.

cdziuba said...

I believe my home state of NJ should get the books because we are the most densely populated state in the US, and our schools in the inner cities need a great deal of help.



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cdziuba said...

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Meet the Browns said...

Florida needs these books so they can catch up with the rest of the nation!

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Meet the Browns said...

I follow on Blogger :)

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iluv2blog said...

I got 12 correct out of 24.

cstironkat said...

Today I got 4/5 right.

mogrill said...

7 out of 12. In washington we have all kinds of levy's we are trying to get passed..we need help!

Thanks for the chance.
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marthajane said...

Kentucky should get the books -- we are ranked the third most illiterate state!

llinda29 said...

I voted for fl

llinda29 said...

I got 7 out of 11 right

sarah said...

I live in Michigan, so my state should get books because our economy is hurting BADLY these days but books are important for children to stay educated.
It's great that any state will get books, though, helping kids anywhere is always a good thing.

sarah said...

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scottsgal said...

Illinois is so broke they're not paying the school districts what they're owed so these books would be great for the schools
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Michele said...

Thank you for the giveaway. My state needs 20,000 books because, we are one of the "poorest" states (Mississippi) and education is vital for a better future.

texaslady22 said...

I only got 4 questions right. Awww, man!

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erin m. said...

i think Cali should get the books!
They are cutting teachers and education like crazy over here.
(panicxduh@yahoo.com)

Nicole D. said...

I got 5/10 questions right - 50% isn't so great!

Thanks!

Kimberly said...

Wisconsin needs this because our public school system is in shambles. It's really sad and now it seems like no one is in charge or wants to take charge.

Kimberly said...

I follow your blog. Thanks for sharing.

Linda said...

I scored 50%-----not too good. Maybe I need to read more!

Anonymous said...

I only got one question right out of 6

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cstironkat said...

1/28 I got 4 out of 5 right today.

Margaret said...

Hi! Thanks for the great giveaway! I think my state should get the 20,000 books because we live in the state with the highest property taxes so when we have school budget votes they often don't pass. Which mean budgets get cut. Which means nonessentials (books) are cut!

Margaret said...

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jmcharries said...

My state should get the books because they are greatly needed. The State of Oklahoma has a very low test rate for students and education starts with reading comprehension

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Deborah Wellenstein said...

I got 10 out of 17 questions right. Thanks!

Betty N said...

I would love for my state to receive the books. We have a large number of children on free and reduced lunch and all of these children could benefit from being able to have books in their home. In addition, we have a large number of children who come from Spanish speaking homes and we need books in English for these children to read. I know there are many other very worthy states...I wish all of them could receive something like this...

Betty N said...

I got 8 out of 12 trivia questions correct today

Betty N said...

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Betty N said...

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Sonya said...

California desperately needs the books! Our education system is horrible!

heaventrees said...

My state and EVERY state should get these books and more books. And more books. I believe education in this country is sad and getting sadder. In some cases it is little more than babysitting, not a real education.

Erica C. said...

I think MD should get this since one of our main cities, Baltimore, has most of the children scoring well below the national averages. This could greatly increase our efforts in education.

Betty N said...

I got 6 out of 10 correct on the Trivia today (I'm going to have to expand my knowledge of children's literature)

djgroz said...

I got 8 out of 12

cstironkat said...

1/29 I played today 7 out of 10

karen said...

Texas should get books because we have a large population of children for whom english is a second language. Thanks.

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jennem said...

New York has a tremendous number of kids in need, in overcrowded, underfunded city schools.
Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

Happi Shopr said...

I got 7 of 11 right. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

supermax said...

California is the wow, and we had a million mom's march.

Melodic Mom said...

I would pick my state of NJ because we have a lot of lower income areas where kids don't have enough resources in schools.

lissaxolove said...

I got 12 out of 23 :)

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MountainMommy said...

I had seven correct answers. My state is currently in second place. I really hope that we win! Funding for education is being cut left and right these days and we could use all the help that we can get!

MountainMommy said...

I follow your blog as MountainMommy. Thanks!

Jenn said...

My mom is a school librarian in Texas - they need all the books they can get!

Jenn said...

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sharonjo said...

I live in the Appalachian Mountains and Tennessee school children would benefit from this reading program! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

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h. mcnaron said...

I know most public schools need books, but the system here is always near the bottom of the list of national scores, so we really need them.

h. mcnaron said...

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see above said...

I think Michigan should get the books because our because our kids are the cutest and they can't read the goodest niether.

Great contest, thanks!

Marie said...

I got 9 out of 12 right :-)

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Marie said...

I am a follower.

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bkpittman1 said...

I got 10 out of 12. My state of AR is a wonderful place and there are children who need books to read who can't get to a library.

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thanks for this opportunity

momznite said...

That was humbling. Only 2 out 7 correct.

momznite said...

Massachusetts should receive books because the children here, like all children, deserve opportunities to read.

Anonymous said...

10 of 20 harder then I thought kayMI kaysweep@att.net

CC said...

My state already has one of the shortest school years of the country. Plus some of the worst unemployment. I work in a low income school so I know how much we need these books!

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CC said...

I got 5/5 correct

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CC said...

I got 5/5 correct

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CC said...

I follow your blog

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agaddie said...

I got 9 ot 0f 12 for my state of Indiana! What a wonderful program.
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missrantsypants said...

Tennessee should get 20,000 books.
Inner city Memphis needs it exspecially, the inner city schools are in bad shape, and poverty and crime is taking its toll on the education of the children.


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js22 said...

I haven't read those books and I got more wrong than right!
So, my state NY needs books because our governor has cut aid to both libraries and schools. Which means our already outrageous property & school taxes will go up, up, up. So our libraries and schools need all the help they can get - these 20,000 books would certainly help!

Thanks for the giveaway!
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js22 said...

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Pamela S said...

I only got 5/10 correct. Not that great, but my state, Indiana, needs lots more votes to win, so I hope mine help! Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

amandakbarnes90 said...

I live in North Carolina, and I believe my state should be given the large quantity of books because the poverty rate in NC has dramatically increased over the past couple of years. Schools are being cut back largely, and children are being penalized because of the economic downfall of our country! North Carolina is my home, and considering I am planning on being a teacher in NC, I think they should be helped :)
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whitechocolatecherries said...

I answered 6 correctly out of 12.

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Anonymous said...

My state, Florida, probably needs books more than any other. The number of non-English speaking families is tremendous; both legal and illegal.And so many families live at or below the poverty level that it is a heartbreak. Any thing that helps bring literacy to the children of our state is a blessing.
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Anonymous said...

I'm not terribly knowledgeable about kiddy-lit so it took me 22 tries to get 10 right but I was determined to get something on the board for my state of Florida.
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ladyt64 said...

My state Kentucky should get 20,000 books because we need to get our Literacy scores up.

ladyt64 said...

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Kristine Michelle said...

California should win these books because the state is in such bad shape that all phases of education are being cut and kids here need ALL the help they can get
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1993wel said...

I answered 12 out of 16 correctly.

Oneangel said...

My state could really use these books. It breaks my heart that many littleones cant get books to read here . :(

Betty N said...

I got 9 out of 10 trivia questions right today (I think the questions start to repeat! Anyway it is a great idea to do them every day and get to vote for your state!)

mom2anutball said...

I only got 5 questions right out of 10! Thanks for the giveaway!
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mom2anutball said...

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mail4rosey said...

Michigan was in the economic dumps long before the nation took a turn for the worse. These books would be a nice pick-me-up for the kids in the state.

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Sher said...

I had 21 out of 31 correct. My state is at #7!

lsfish said...

tried and tried, couldnt get any right :(

vmkids said...

got 100 out of 120 then thought I was getting worse as I went lol

Steph said...

I answered 9 of 21 correct.

cstironkat said...

1/30 3 out of 5 today

susan1215 said...

My state of Kansas should get the books because our representatives just cut our school budget.

susan1215 said...

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ladcraig said...

8 out of 10

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dreamcleavers said...

dreamcleavers@yahoo.com
our state NY should win because--we do have one of the highest populations but we're also one of the states who are close to bankrupt and i can see them cutting costs on libraries so why not?

dreamcleavers said...

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Nancy said...

I think VA should get the books because we have a lot of rural counties with a high poverty level and with all the budget cuts they little access to good reading material. Unfortunately, in this economy, that probably holds true in way too many places.

Anonymous said...

We had Blagojevich for a governor!

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Brooke said...

The states I would normally say need it I can't but I will say that I think MD needs some of the books... Their schools are in serious trouble from cuts and kids have to buy their own books for class (I'm talking ELEMENTARY school) weeshenanigans (at) gmail (dot) com

angie said...

I got 28 out of 45.

dvice said...

My state should get it because there are so many schools that need books

kathy pease said...

i answered 8 of 13 correctly not so great

kathy pease said...

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checkers said...

I think my state of PA should get the books because it's a populous State and one of the Original 13 colonies.
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checkers said...

I'm following as checkers.

ccboobooy(charity) said...

I got 5 out 10 questions right. Thanks


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ccboobooy(charity) said...

following on Google.


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LuckyTJG said...

I live in California and we definitely need the books. Our state educational budget has been slashed so much in recent years and we have so many needy students.
LuckyTJG@cs.com

giggling kids said...

Virginia really needs these books. Especially the Southwest part of virginia where the educational funds are very low!
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Molomatic said...

My state of Oregon could really use the books. I we one of highest drop out rates in the country (I heard it is even THE highest, tied with NY)! Let's get these kids some books. :-)

Molomatic said...

I follow via Google Friend Connect, thanks!

Lentil said...

I got 13 out of 25.

Angie said...

Ummm . . . not too good. I only got 4 out of the first 10 I tried. :(

barbara said...

Thanks for the great contest!
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Atreau said...

Texas tends to lead in rates of illiteracy and we could use books to help not only children but also adults!

Nancy S. said...

My state, New Jersey, could use these books because we have a lot of kids here.
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Nancy S. said...

I follow your blog with google friend.

Auriette said...

I did very badly at the trivia, because I don't have kids, and the books they ask about are way past my time. I believe Florida could really use the 20,000 books, because we have some really poor areas where kids may not have books of their own or be encouraged to read at home. First Book is very active here in Escambia County. I'd love to see this chapter receive some of those books, because I know how much they are needed.

Ardy22 said...

Our state, NC, should get the books because we are one of the top states leading the way in education

Ardy22 said...

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purango said...

The children in our state need the books. If you look at the ranking of states education of children, you would realize our children need help as they are entering school. garrettsambo@aol.com

Gianna said...

The kids in MN are always in need of books :)

Bakersdozen said...

The children in our state need books because the recession has hit us hard here. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

masonsgranny59 said...

book funding is low in oklahoma so we could use some books.

masonsgranny59 said...

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lilyk said...

I correctly answered 3 trivia questions.

Betty N said...

I got 7 out of 10 trivia questions right today

ivonia19 said...

I got half the questions right.

Betty N said...

I got 7 of 10 questions right on the trivia again today.

cstironkat said...

I got 2 out of 5 right today.

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I got 8 of 10 questions right on my Trivia questions today

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I got 8 out of 10 trivia questions right today

cstironkat said...

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