Saturday, March 10, 2018

All About Diversity Giveaway Hop

This hop is about showcasing books with diversity! I had to stop because there are so many great books to add to this but I'm sure you can think of more.  
This Giveaway is International. 

Here are a few suggestions



a Rafflecopter giveaway

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  1. I'd probably chose an old fave I sadly still don't have on my shelves: Fire by Kristin Cashore. The main character (described as brown-skinned, although a lot of fanart will try to tell you otherwise) is complex, strong, and just very interesting.

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    1. I read that one and it was my favorite. Great choice

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  2. i would choose an amazon gc. see whats good on sale that week.

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    1. I would do the same. I never know what I want

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  3. I would choose a copy of ready player one.

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  4. I have several on my wish list. I might pick Waking the Dragon by Juliette Cross

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    1. Hmm. I've never heard of that one. Will have to check it out

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  5. I have many on my list! I would choose either Incarante by Jodi Meadows,which features reincarnation with diferent bodies or the Untold Tale by J.M. Frey which has a heroine of Asian origin or something from my 2018 list. Thank you for the giveaway!

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    1. I've read Incarnate and it was interesting. I've heard of untold tale, going have to look that one up

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  6. I have most of these on my must read list! I think I would choose Children of Blood and Bone because I've read the first few pages and loved the voice.

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    1. I have that one in my possession that now from the library

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  7. I would pick the Amazon gc and search the site

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  8. Thanks for the giveaway; I would pick a fantasy book with an awesome diverse character cast. :)

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    1. Can't go wrong with fantasy. One of my favorite genres to read

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  9. Furyborn because I enjoy fantasy.

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    1. That's one on my list to review. Can't wait to read it.

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  10. I;d choose a Mercy book by Patricia Briggs, she's an author I love and I want to catch up on the series.

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    1. I've been wanting to read this series. I'm going to have to grab book one soon

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  11. Would read astonishing colour . I would choose an AGC to get some supplies

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    1. I've been wanting to read that one sounds like it's a good read

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  12. I would choose Furyborn. It sounds exciting.

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  13. I would choose a historical fiction but not sure which one yet. Historical fiction is my favorite genre.

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  14. I would choose Children of Blood and Bone because I have heard such great things about it!

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    1. Me too. I just got a copy from the library!

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  15. I would let my granddaughter pick a book with Amazon GC, for her birthday.

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    1. Awe that's so sweet. Happy birthday to her.

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  16. I would probably choose "Feel Free" by Zadie Smith. I think that she is brilliant and insightful; this is her new collection of essays. I'd love to read this book, to get her observations about many issues that are relevant to our world today.
    Thanks,
    --Ann
    (Email: L-----B@yahoo.com)

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    1. This is a new one to me. I'll will check this one out

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  17. I would choose Eon by Alison Goodman because I've heard many good things about it!

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    1. I love love love this book. It's one of my favorites!

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  18. ship it looks interesting

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  19. I would probably choose You know me well by David Levithan y Nina Lacour :)

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    1. I've never read anything by Lacour but curious about how well the two write together.

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  20. Isn’t it a great problem to have? Too many diverse books to start listing off? We have a long way to go, but it’s amazing! I am so happy for the inclusion of many other people and beliefs! As readers, we become learners. I’m excited to learn more through these authors. Finally!!!

    As for a book to choose, I’m not sure. I still haven’t read The Hate U Give and I feel like that may have to be the one. Dread Nation is also calling out to me! Ohh, but so is Children of Blood and Bone. So many! ❤️❤️❤️

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    1. I've read 2 of your 3 choices. They were both interesting reads. I'll be reviewing Dread Nation this week or next. Blood and bone is next on my list.

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  21. "What book would you choose or what does diversity mean to you?" "Children Of Blood and Bone" looks good, but I'd probably choose a gift card because I'm not sure what I would get.

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    1. I'm the same way. I see so many that I want can't decide

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  22. FURY BORN is on my list. THE GC means I could buy something for my daughter from her list.

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    1. Oh the GC is a great choice fire that reason 😊

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  23. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/33381234-pacifica MARCH RELEASE is one of the books I want to get but I also want to introduce Emily to Charlotte's web. I'd like to get a hardcopy for I think for her to have , to re-ead and cry over as much as I did lol

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    1. Awe that's so sweet and I enjoyed Charlotte's web. I cried too. Such a beautiful story

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  24. Thank you so much for the wonderful giveaway, I'm so glad there are so many more diverse books.
    I think I'd pick Children of Blood and Bone if I was lucky enough to win <3

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    1. Great choice. The cover is amazing for that one and I can't stop staring at it

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  25. I already have Children of Blood and Bone on my TBR read, because it looks really good to me, even though this is a new author to me.

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    1. It's a great choice and I can't wait to read it

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  26. I want to read The Hate U Give. I heard it was really good.

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    1. It is really good. Hope you like it when you get the chance to read it

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  27. I might pick American Panda!

    Kelly McGrew

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    1. It's one I've being looking at to read but my library card is full

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  28. I would choose Children of Blood and Bone

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    1. That is the favorite so far. I look forward to reading it as well

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  29. I would love to read Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs. And diversity to me means opening one's eyes and self up to new things and possibilities. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    1. I've been wanting to read books by this author for a long time

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  30. I would choose The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon. Thanks for the giveaway! (Valentina B. - on the raffle)

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    1. I read everything everything and have wanted to check this one out as well. Good pick

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  31. Either Akada Witch, Fury Born, or Dreadnation!!
    Samantha D

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    1. All great choices with interesting female leads.

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  32. I'd love to win American Panda! I just got a copy of Children of Blood and Bone and I'm really excited to read it

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    1. Awesome. American Panda seems like it would be a fun read

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  33. I would choose The Astonishing Color of After.

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    1. I love how unique the cover is for this one and it's one I want to read

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  34. I have heard so much about Children of Blood and Bone and I would love to read it!

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  35. To me it means inclusion regardless of differences.

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  36. Diversity means different points of view.

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  37. Diversity is the way our that despite our differences, our similarities still bind us together. We have more in common than we realize.

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    1. I agree, it means so many things.

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  38. I don't know what I'd choose, it's a great thing that actually are a wide variety of options now like there never has been before. As for what diversity means to me, it means no matter your skin colour, sexuality, age, or gender, you deserve to be heard.

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    1. Exactly and it's great that there are so many books showcasing diversity now.

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  39. Diversity means to me that you can be the true person that you are without any retributions

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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    1. I like this, being able to be true to oneself.

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  40. Dread Nation and Akata Witch look pretty gooood

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    1. They are, different but good. I enjoyed the world in Akata Witch.

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    1. Great choice, I've been wanting to read that one as well

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  42. To me, diversity is inclusiveness. So many amazing books to choose from, I can see why you could have kept going. I'd love A GIRL LIKE THAT.

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    1. I want to read that one as well. I have it ready to check out from the library.

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  43. I would choose American Panda because I keep hearing about it!

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    1. Me too, the cover and the story sound really good.

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  44. Children of Blood And Bone by Tomi Adeyemi because it sounds amazing.

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    1. I have that one right now but haven't started it. I'm kinda of nervous to read it.

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  45. Hi!! I'm looking forward to reading Furyborn :-) :-) Thank you so much for this opportunity.

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    1. That's a great choice. I look forward to reading that one as well.

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  46. Diversity is portraying characters of different ethnicity, orientation, and ability in a positive light.

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  47. I'd probably choose the GC to put towards A Distant Heart by Sonali Dev.

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    1. This sounds good, I've never heard of this one before.

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  48. I believe that diversity means accepting of all people, we have to love each other as we are.

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  49. Diversity to me means that everyone is different and to celebrate the differences. I'll take the Amazon GC please.
    Thanks for the contest.
    slehan at juno dot com

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  50. Belles looks pretty interesting.

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  51. Id choose The sun is also a star book!

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  52. I would love to read Dread Nation.

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  53. I'd love Children of Blood and Bone because I have heard amazing
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    1. Me too, I'm about to start it soon.

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  54. Children of Blood and Bone.. and with diversity I can finally see myself represented in books

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    1. That's a great reason to pick this one!

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  55. I would choose the Barnes and Noble gc. Its been awhile since i was in an actual book store

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  56. I've been wanting to read The Hate U Give since last year, so that would be my pick. My students love it, and keep telling me to read it.

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    1. It's a good read, hope you like it as well.

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  57. I'd pick The Cruel Prince or something from my wishlist. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. I liked that one as well. Jude is a great character.

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  58. I would choose a book I've been wanting to read for a while: Ariel: The Restored Edition by Sylvia Plath. This is definitely one of my choices for a diverse book. Just reading the reviews on Goodreads will prove that point. I am re-reading The Bell Jar and just bought The Collected Poems by Sylvia Plath, last month, so I'm definitely into diverse reading these past few months, lol

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    1. I've never heard of Ariel: The Restored Edition but it sounds interesting. Sounds like you've had a great few past months. :)

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  59. I'd choose The Sun is also a Star. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Great choice, this is also on my list to read.

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  60. I would choose Children of Blood and Bone!

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  61. Thank you for the giveaway! Honestly, there are so many great books coming out or that have already come out that I'd love to get my hands on. Children of Blood and Bone is one I've had my eye on. So is American Panda, and The Belles. The decision is so hard.

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    1. Yeah, I understand because there are so many I want to read as well, especially Children of Blood and Bone.

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  62. It means including and accepting everyone and treating them how you want to be treated.

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  63. Diversity means creating a reality where incidental qualities like race, religion, sexual orientation, body shape and ethnicity are no more important to social interactions than eye color or shoe size.

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    1. Good point. I like how you define diversity.

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  64. I am currently in the process of purchasing The Wheel of Time books so probably the next one in line for that is what I'd choose.

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    1. Cool, sounds good. I've never heard of these so I'll check them out.

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  65. I would pick the gift card and use it toward books my 9 year old wants

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  66. I am actually waiting for May and October. The Outsider and Elevation by Stephen King come out during these months. He is my favorite author and I can not wait to read his newest books.

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  67. i would choose the amazon gift card

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  68. i think id get city of stairs :)

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    1. The cover for this one is so cool.

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  69. I might choose The Poet X (but I think I'd rather have the Amazon card) and diversity means differences -- people are different, cultures are different.
    digicats {at} sbcglobal {dot} net

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    1. I have that one checked out right now from the library. Seems like it will be a good one.

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  70. I would choose the Amazon card. Diversity- to me- means honoring our differences.

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  71. I might get the board book My New Baby by Rachel Fuller for our granddaughter.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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    1. That looks like such a cute book. Great choice.

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  72. I would love Akata Witch for myself! Diversity means bringing variety! Sounds like my family! We have so much variety, you can see it in our name!

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  73. I'm not sure what I'd pick yet. I haven't heard of any of these books but many of them look good. I do know it would be fantasy or sci-fi though.

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    1. That's okay, either of those options seem like good choices.

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  74. I think diversity is about encouraging opportunities in everyday life so that change is organic and lasting.

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    1. I like this. Change is necessary.

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  75. I think I'd choose the gift card. I have so many books I'd love to have(I wish I had the time to read them all).

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  76. I would chose an Amazon gc and then decide which book I just had to have!

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  77. I would choose Children of Blood and Bone because I've heard lots of good things about it. Thanks for the giveaway! Fingers crossed to win.

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    1. Reading it now and so far it's interesting.

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  78. One that I am very excited to read is The Duchess Deal : Girl Meets Duke by Tessa Dare! I heard great things about this one!

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    1. Oh, I love the cover for this one and I want to read it too now.

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  79. Diversity to me mean variety and equality.

    On my wishlist is The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N.K. Jemisin, that would be my choice. It has diversity and fantasy, a combination that I love ^_^

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    1. The cover is so cool for this one and I've never heard of this before.

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  80. I’d choose Children of Blood and Bone, it looks like a great book.

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  81. Hard choice but I think I would pick American Panda. Diversity equals open-mindedness, choice and acceptance.

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  82. I would choose Amazon and then browse until I see something I want.

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  83. To me diversity means accepting and embracing people for their differences.

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  84. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    I would like to read A Girl Like That!

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    1. Cool, I just got this one from the library

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  85. The Astonishing Color of After seems like a good book.
    Sherri J

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    1. I checked this one out from my library and can't wait to read it.

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  86. The cover of “American Street” looks so unique and beautiful. I love it the most :)
    Thank You for the chance!

    Fiona N

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  87. i like all them and would take any of htem but i like to get the girl like that

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  88. I would to choose American Panda :-) looks like an original story.

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  89. Diversity means inclusion of people that are different than yourself.

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  91. I would choose the Amazon gift card and shop for a new historical fiction read!

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  92. Diversity means variety to me. Variety of people, variety of choices, even variety in flowers. Diverse. Many different things or people.

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  93. Tough choice but I would choose AMERICAN STREET and diversity to me means watching Paul Haggis's CRASH.

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