Thursday, March 11, 2010

Contest for Librarians and teachers!!

Check out these ADORABLE note cards (to see these and more, go to www.cakespy.com):



It's a library with a cupcake librarian, and wonderful cupcake patrons.

I want to give them away, along with a copy of my new middle-grade novel IT'S RAINING CUPCAKES, to a lucky librarian or teacher.

Enter here and tell me where you work!

I'd also love help spreading the word on twitter. Let me know here that you've tweeted it and I'll give you another entry. I'll even give you a tweet you can use:

It's Raining Cupcakes Contest for librarians & teachers from @lisa_schroeder here: http://bit.ly/bsu4BA Ends 3/13

Good luck, and thanks for ALL you do, wonderful librarians and teachers!!!

23 comments:

  1. Congratulations to you, Lisa! I am going out to buy the book tonight! Can't wait to read it :)

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  2. I work in Evergreen across the river and through the woods!

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  3. Love those notecards! Cakespy, aka, Jessie Oleson, the artist who sells them, will be visiting alphabet soup this month! :)

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  4. Great idea, Lisa. I'm not an librarian or teacher, but I passed it on to my Facebook friends.

    Sheela

    p.s. And I'm buying your book, too. :)

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  5. Cupcake Librarian. That's it. I'm offically changing my title. The newly entitled Cupcake Librarian works for the Marshall County Public Library system in Kentucky.

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  6. The 1,300 students at Canyon Ridge Middle School Lib in Austin, TX would love to have this book on their shelves! Besides, they have all of your other ones!

    Congrats!

    Jen Bigheart
    jenbigheart on Twitter
    (oh, and I tweeted your give away too!)

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  7. Congrats, Lisa! Can't wait to read it.
    I work at the Hooksett Public Library (NH)

    I also tweeted about it! http://twitter.com/jpetroroy/status/10330101085

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  8. Cute! I'd love to win and will tweet about it. I work at the Hinsdale Public Library in IL.

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  9. I'm a part-time archivist at MIT. But now I think I'm going to seek out a new career in Cupcake Librarianship. Or perhaps cupcake history? (keeping with my archival bent)

    I've passed it along to my twitter friends.

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  10. I'm at Blendon Middle School in Westerville, Ohio and I JUST read your book last night. I was lucky enough to get a copy at a "book look", but the postcards are great! I posted this link on my blog.

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  11. Love this idea! Makes me want a cupcake to go with the ice cream challenge I'm running right now! I work at West Orient MS in Gresham, OR.

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  12. Maryanne - I'm a teacher in Clearwater, FL

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  13. I Tweeted - here's the link
    http://twitter.com/mahipp/status/10341501254

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  15. love your books and so do my patrons! I work at the Centralia Public Library in Centralia, MO!

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  16. Looks like a GREAT book! I tweeted from @kathyfs24. I work at Rock SPrings Elementary school in Lawrenceville, GA

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  17. Cupcakes! I popped over here courtesy of Ms. Yingling, who appears to have introduced me to yet another great author! We love cupcakes in the Youth Services Department at the Matheson Memorial (Elkhorn) Public Library!

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  18. I teach at the Round Rock Opportunity Center, which is a disciplinary campus in TX. The library has the rest of your books, and I know this one will receive a lot of attention! I retweeted your tweet on Twitter.

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  19. Congrats on the new book! I teach creative writing to young adults in Downers Grove, IL. (Independently-run workshops and classes)

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  20. I work as a YA programmer in the Wake County Public Library system. I tweeted this.
    Laura from Tattooed Books
    tattooedbooks AT gmail DOT com

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  21. Ooh...count me in. I work at the Fowlerville Library in Michigan. And I would totally tweet this for you Lisa, but I'm not on twitter yet. I really need to get on the bandwagon.

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  22. Hi, Lisa! This is a great contest idea. I teach at Flathead High School, School District 5, Montana. My kids are already fighting over your book so another copy would be awesome! :-)

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