Not sure what I was thinking, but I buried this at the bottom of another post and it bugs me every time I look at it, so I'm reposting it as it's own post. Clearly I'm more of a reader than a marketer. (If you entered at the initial post, have no fear, I've got you down.) Don't want any of these books? Leave a comment letting me know why, so I won't feel so lonely.
I have five copies of three books to give away!
#1, The N.D.D. Book: How Nutrition Deficit Disorder Affects Your Child's Learning, Behavior, and Health, and What You Can Do about It by Dr. William Sears.
Dr. Sears is the author of The Baby Book, my perennial baby shower gift, as well as a slew of great pregnancy, birth, and parenting books. I haven't seen this one yet, and I'm not crazy about the overuse of the word "disorder" to describe kids' behavior, but if this is anywhere near as good as the rest of his work, it's worth buying. But you don't have to buy it, because you can win it here! Link to this giveaway on any parenting blog or website for two additional entries--leave me a comment linking to your post (only once per person, though--I don't want anyone spamming for this!)
#2, The G-Free Diet: A Gluten-Free Survival Guide. More and more people I know are considering or embarking on a gluten-free or low-gluten diet. If you're one of them, this may be the perfect book for you! Two extra entries (once per person, no spamming) for a link to this giveaway on any nutritional or gluten-free focused website or blog.
#3, If Your Kid Eats This Book, Everything Will Still Be Okay. Lara Zibners, an emergency room physician, wrote this advice book to help parents know when a trip to the E.R. is in order and when it isn't. What parent couldn't use that? I'll give two extra entries (once per person, no spamming) for a link to this contest on any medical or parenting website or blog.
I'll be drawing a winner for each book every Sunday for the next five weeks. To enter, leave a comment stating which book/s you'd like to win, and a way to contact you (email, blog address, or you can check back on Sunday for winners, I'm not fussy). I'll add extra entries for thoughtful comments on other posts, or for entrants who say they were referred here by you. Stumble, Tweet or blog about this giveaway for another extra entry.
I think I just made this way more complicated than it needs to be. Clarification: enter here, spread the word, stick around, win a book, yay!
Also, check out my Diversity Rocks blog for details about your chance to win 5 free books by Asian or Latino authors! If you've posted a May book review for the Diversity Rocks reading challenge, or if you've ever participated in the CORA Diversity Roll call meme (this week's topic is YA books by authors of color, hosted at Color Online) you've already been entered once, but check out the post to learn how you can enter multiple times.