Thursday, August 27, 2009

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Extraordinary Teens GIVEAWAY!! CLOSED

This giveaway is now CLOSED! Congratulations to SweetMissa for winning.


Chicken Soup for the Soul: Extraordinary Teens

Personal Stories and Advice from Today’s Most Inspiring Youth

Extraordinary Teens will inspire young adults with its tales of teenagers achieving great success. This book includes personal stories from many well-known young professional athletes, business entrepreneurs, motivational speakers, actors, writers, and filmmakers. Every person shares his or her story along with priceless advice that will show you how you too, can achieve something extraordinary. Each story describes the specific turning points, challenges, and breakthroughs that shaped and motivated these individuals to accomplish incredible things. Learn from these individuals who are walking examples of possibility.

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This giveaway will end on September 12 th, 2009. This giveaway is open to readers in Canada and the USA.

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51 comments:

Jayne said...

Alec is my extra-ordinary teen. This is his senior year and he is involved in Debate, Drama, Competitive Drama, and Stagecraft. He will be taking 4 honors courses this year and one AP class. He just bought his own car, which he paid for. A non-profit organization has contacted him about full 4-year scholarships to some of the top schools in the US like University of Chicago, Notre Dame, MIT, and more. Can you tell I'm a bit proud? I've always said that I'm blessed that God let me be his mom.

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Anonymous said...

I work in a bilingual middle school/high school. I think all these teens are remarkable and extraordinary, coming to this country, adapting, learning growing and forging ahead. Kudos to them all!

bgcchs(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I subscribe via email.

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Anonymous said...

I emailed 2 of my friends who work in the same school.

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mverno said...

i have a friend who has a couple of very polite respectful teens how different is this mverno@roadrunner.com

SunnyView said...

My daughter is the extraordinary teen in my life. She's great. Thanks for the giveaway!

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SunnyView said...

I emailed two people!

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J TiBBS said...

My nephew Eric is an extraordinary teenager. He is 14 years old and has 4 younger siblings. He works hard in school, gets fantastic grades. He is starting High School this year. And we all know how challenging High School can be. He helps his Mom out around the house without being asked to do so. He will do anything to help anyone, no matter what. He thinks about other people first, always putting others needs before his own. He is truly an amazing teenager. I am so proud to be called his Aunt.

J TiBBS said...

I am a blog follower.

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Anonymous said...

I have an extraordinary teen who goes out of his way to polite and considerate to all around him, and is a fantastic older brother.

msurosey@yahoo.com

Jeff said...

My daughter, Annalee, is my extraordinary teen. She helps me in so many ways without even knowing it

Ingrid said...

My granddaughter is my extraordinary teen. She's a senior in high school this time. She loves to read in active in athletics, and plans to be a doctor.

Ingrid said...

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Mary said...

An extraordinaary teen I know is doing great in so many ways I can't list them all but she has the ability to do anything in life she chooses and is very positive about life, I'm so proud to be her mom.

erma said...

Ashley is my extra-ordinary teen. She is so caring about everything and everyone. She is very smart. She is my daughter.
erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

missrantsypants said...

My boyfriend's little sister is an extraordinary teen. She has the biggest heart! Im so proud of how sweet she is and how much compassion she has for other people.


clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

Miss GoLightly said...

My nephew is an extraordinary teen!! he just started his first year in college and amazes me every day with his talent and big heart, he teaches everyone around him the most wonderful lessons most of the time by just being himself :o)

Anonymous said...

Chris Colfer is an extraordinary teen; he is on "Glee"!

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Melissa O. said...

My son Christian though not quite a teen (he's 12), has gone through a lot in his life. He is very intellegent and very loving and polite. He still loves to hug me and is great with his baby brother. He is very responsible and I think this book would comfort and inspire him.

SweetMissa said...

I teach language arts to high school special education students. Every day is a struggle for them to read, comprehend and write, yet they never give up. They're all extraordinary!

3girlspr said...

My niece Tash is extra-ordinary teen, she is the most kind hearted sweetest girl I have ever met!

Jinzouningen said...

My Little Sister Nikita is no ordinary teen lol, having troubles in school.. and shes at the I want to date age, anyway I just remember the book back when I was in school myself, Chicken Soup: for the teenage soul, that was the original one right > pretty sure

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subscribed ;)

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became a fan on Fb

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Gianna said...

My oldest will be a teen in a little more than 1 year..

Pam said...

My extraordinary teen is my daughter. She' just starting college on a full tuition scholarship. She did outstanding academically in school, ran cross country all four years of HS and was in the highest level of orchestra as first chair cello. She also participated in many service clubs and fundraising opportunities for the needy. The kind of child every parent would be proud of. I'd love to have this sent to her in college as a nice surprise. Thanks so much!
pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

Pam said...

I'm a follower. Thanks so much!
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Janea said...

Larissa, my just starting HS daughter, has potential to be an extraordinary teen. We are dealing with some low self-esteem issues and how to say no problems, but as soon as get get those in control she will be wonderful.

Anonymous said...

My exttrordinary teens are my English as a Sencond Language Students.They come from ther places, barely speaking English and many of them end up with very high GPAs.
Diane Baum
esldiane@gmail.com .

masonsgranny59 said...

my daughter who is getting married 2 weeks from today:)

she has had 2 over come a lot of hurdles with being sick alot and being involved in 2 wrecks that weren't her fault and having 2 work and go 2 school in her senior year.
she graduated out of high school and cosmotology school all the same day:)
chicken soup books rock:)

naynays1 said...

My twins are my extraordinary teenagers.

purango said...

Amy ia an extraordinary teen. She goes to our chyrch. She helps her single mother take care od her two younger siblings. She us an honor student and a leader in our church. garrettsambo@aol.com

tina said...

my niece and nephew. They have been through a lot in there life and they are just amazing kids they have great hearts and compassion for others. thanks for the chance to win eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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lilyk said...

An extraordinary teen in my life is my friend's daughter who is very smart and kind.

lilyk said...

I subscribed by email.

lilyk said...

I became your Facebook fan.

 
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