Monday, July 28, 2014

A Guest Post by Jen Malone

Today I’m welcoming debut middle-grade author Jen Malone to Watch. Connect. Read. with a trailer reveal for her upcoming release At Your Service (Simon & Schuster/Aladdin Mix). To celebrate the reveal, Jen is hosting a giveaway for two entire classroom libraries of buzzed-about ARCs and published books to one teacher or school librarian. If you’re not a teacher/librarian yourself, you can still enter and, if chosen, you’ll be able to nominate the teacher or school of your choice to receive these giant box-o-books (one of middle grade titles and one of YA titles)!




First, a little about my book:


A love letter to NYC full of insider dish, At Your Service tells the story of thirteen-year-old Chloe Turner, who lives at the uber-fancy St. Michele Hotel alongside her concierge father. Desperate to follow in Dad’s footsteps, Chloe earns the role of Junior Concierge, helping to ensure the hotel’s youngest guests have memorable trips to her favorite city. Her life is backstage passes and cupcake parties until the day Chloe loses a princess in the middle of New York City! Racing from tourist site to tourist site, can Chloe find the young royal before her mistake becomes international news?

And HERE'S the trailer:


If you'd like to win a copy of At Your Service (PLUS the rest of these books below, including the new Diary of a Wimpy Kid School Planner and a signed Big Nate) for the teacher/librarian/school classroom of your choice, please use the Rafflecopters at the end of this post to enter. One contest is for the middle grade books and one for the YA books. You may enter either or both. Two winners will be announced on August 8th. Good luck!

Enter to win these MG books:




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Enter to win these YA books:






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25 comments:

  1. Thank you for this great resource. I look forward to finding more great books to read and share!

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  2. Thank you for loving and sharing literature.

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  3. At Your Service looks perfect for my 6th grade girls. I"m always looking for fun books for my 6th graders.

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  4. Thank you for offering this giveaway!

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  5. Looks like a cute book! Kind of Roman Holiday meet Eloise!

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  6. I am in a new grade and new district this year. I would LOVE to win! The trailer for At Your Service looks wonderful for the readers I know!

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  7. Wow! Very generous! Thanks for the chance

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  8. That may be the best "this meets that" description I've heard yet- I may be stealing it!

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  9. Free books? What's not to love? ;) I enjoyed reading about your MC's dilemma.

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  10. This looks like a lot of fun for my sixth graders, too!

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  11. Thanks again for this great offer to showcase an author and give away books.
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  12. Great idea! I could use these with a book club.

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  13. Unbelievable giveaways! You had my attention when you said Big Nate. I am neither teacher, parent, nor librarian, though so I guess that does it.

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  14. So many great books! Thanks for the give away!

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  15. Can't wait to read this title.

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  16. Thanks for the chance to win some great books! I'm a 7th and 8th grade English teacher looking for some new titles to share with my students.

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  17. What a great opportunity! Looking forward to reading these with my students!

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  18. I'm always looking for books for my soon-to-be 6th grade son to read. The middle grade book collection looks awesome and would be a great prize for his class.

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