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My very first big event is right around the corner. If you aren't a reader this may bore you. But oh if you are!!! The entire month of July will be dedicated to encouraging people to read. I will have books for kids, adults, and on every topic just about it. There is sure to be at least one book in this series that you will enjoy reading. There will be a total of 16 giveaways spread throughout the month, and reviews of books and tips to get your kids reading filling in the rest. Of course Saturday and Sundays will be my normal modgpodge posts, but Monday thru Friday will be books books books. The best deal is that on the 31st a grandprize winner will be announced. The grandprize is a library of books. One book from each giveaway. So someone will be lucky enough to win all 16 books! This winner will be someone picked from EVERY comment and entry from the month. There will be one post with a google form for entries to the grandprize. Be sure to add your name everytime you enter a giveaway or leave a comment. For early entries if you post the button above on your blog before July 1st you will get 5 entries for any giveaway you enter including an automatic entry to the grandprize library! The Grandprize entry form is now up! So if you want those extra entries go to THIS post and leave a comment (after grabbing the button), then head to THIS post to leave your name and email.

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