Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Celebrating African-American History Month Contest

I'm offering a special contest to celebrate African-American History Month. Hatchette Book Group will give a set of eight books to five lucky winners. Here are the books you could win.

Celebrating African-American History Month Giveaway:



1. The American Journey of Barack Obama By The Editors of Life Magazine ISBN: 0316045608

2. Fledgling By Octavia Butler ISBN: 0446696161

3. Stand the Storm By Breena Clarke ISBN: 0316007056

4. Red River By Lalita Tademy ISBN: 0446696994

5. Keep the Faith: A Memoir By Faith Evans ISBN: 0446199508

6. Say You're One of Them By Uwem Akpan ISBN: 0316113786

7. The Shack By William Young ISBN: 0964729237

8. The Bishop's Daughter By Tiffany Warren ISBN: 0446195146


So, there will be five lucky winners. This contest will run until midnight on Saturday, Feb.14. Winners will be announced on Sunday morning, Feb. 15. Hatchette Book Group will send the eight books to the five winners.

This special African-American History Month contest has a few rules. Hatchette Book Group restricts winners to the U.S. and Canada only. No P.O. Boxes. (Sorry!)

To enter the contest, email me at Email me!. If that link doesn't work for you, the email address is: lholstine@yahoo.com. Your subject line should read "African-American History Month". Your message should include your name and mailing address.

Thank you to Hatchette! Their website is www.hatchettebookgroupusa.com

2 comments:

Kathryn said...

This is such a great way to spread knowledge about African American History Month...everyone loves a giveaway! There is a lot of information out there, especially with our new president - this is the time to learn and celebrate this history!

Gilbert King is writing a book about a young Thurgood Marshall, and he made a short video about how Barack Obama is standing on Thurgood Marshall's shoulders. If you want, you can view it here: http://theharperstudio.com/2009/01/barack-obama-on-the-shoulders-of-thurgood-marshall/ and check out what else King has to say about Black history and our president.

Lesa said...

Thank you, Kathryn. Thanks for including the link!