Bloggy Giveaway: Secret Keeper Girl Book

Welcome, Bloggy Giveaways Participants!

Dannah Gresh, a best-selling Christian author, is debuting her first mainstream book series for tweens — Secret Keeper Girl, along with a super fun website, secretkeepergirl.com!

The four-book fiction series explores issues relevant and age-appropriate to today’s girls ages 8-12. In a socially advanced world, it’s nice to know that Secret Keeper Girl is there as a friend to younger girls as they transition into modern teenagers. With the news filled with stories about pregnant teenagers and the top youth-targeted TV shows promoting promiscuity, this book series is a fun, refreshing change that encourages girls to be just that – girls…not adults.

Rutherford B. Hayes Middle School will never be the same. Danika is in deep trouble for hitting Mrs. Hefty’s right temple with her brown bag lunch. Toni is trying out for the boy’s football league…against her dads’ wishes and the school rules. Kaitlyn is completely boy-crazy and will stop at nothing to express her love for her older brother’s best friend. And Yuzi is the new kid at school whose name nobody can pronounce and in a valiant effort to fit in their worlds collide one afternoon when they all end up in after school detention and the Secret Keeper Girl Club is formed to save the day.

Full of comedy, action, emotion and life-transforming lessons, each book in the Secret Keeper Girl Series includes a mother/daughter Girl Gab assignment in the appendix. Personally, I have been at a loss when talking to my eight-year-old, and I think these books will be such a blessing for us!

The books include:
Danika, who is struggling with mean girls
Toni, who is trying to find her way as a girl athelete
Kaitlyn, who is confused about boys
Yuzi, a new kid at school whose name nobody can pronounce

HERE’S HOW TO ENTER:

  • Leave a comment on these post, saying which of these four books you’d like to win.
  • If you are a Real Life Subscriber, you get an extra chance! Leave a separate comment. (Click here to subscribe)
  • If you follow on Twitter, you get a third chance. Leave a third comment.

The contest will be open through Saturday, November 1, to US addresses only.

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Comments

  1. Great giveaway. My DD is struggling with mean friends so I choose Danika. What a great series. I plan to look into this further.

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  2. My daughter would love the Kaitlyn book! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  3. Kathy in WA says:

    Super cool!

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  4. I’d love to enter for the Danika book. My daughter’s a little young for it yet, but it’d be a great one for her before too long.
    Thanks!
    RebekahC
    littleminx@cox.net

    P.S. Great to see a good series out there like this. I was just talking with some other moms the other day about how being a kid isn’t what it used to be, unfortunately, for so many. 🙁

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  5. I’d like the Danika book. Thanks for the chance. 🙂

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  6. I’m a subscriber. 🙂

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  7. my daughter is dealing with mean kids at school – and therefore treating her younger sister horribly. so, i’d probably go with: Danika, who is struggling with mean girls
    thanks for the chance to enter!!

    bm4004@aol.com

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  8. I would love to give Danika to my niece – dealing with mean girls is a lesson all preteens need!

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  9. I think I’d like Kaitlyn!
    digicat{AT}sbcglobal{DOT}net

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  10. If i had to pick I guess it would be danika, but my daughter is such a book worm that she would love all of them.
    shanascottatskybest.com

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  11. I would like the one about Danika,girls need to know they are not the only one going through life by themself. Count me in to this awesome contest

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  12. Danika is the book I’d choose for my daughter. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  13. I have subscribed!

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  14. Christine says:

    I need Kaitlin for my boy obsessed 10 and 12 yr olds. These tween books look fabulous thanks for the great giveaway!

    The Power of Housewife Word of Mouth

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  15. Mommyhood is Thankless says:

    I would like to win Kaitlyn for my 12 year old who is way obsessed with boys!

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

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  16. Mommyhood is Thankless says:

    I am following you on Twitter.

    Username: wastebasket

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

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  17. Summer Pendry says:

    Danika is the book I would choose. All girls deal with the mean girls and I think it is important for them to see it in print

    summerpendry @ gmail.com

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  18. We’d like the Danika book here best. Our little one hasn’t faced this problem yet, but she probably will, and even if she doesn’t, it will still teach empathy

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  19. I would love to win any of these books for my neice who is a tween almost teen. I think the book with Danika dealing with mean girls would be a good read for her. Hope I win!!!

    craftybee@yahoo.com

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  20. The Yuzi book sounds great. My kids like us to read the tween age books to them (even though they are only in kindergarten) and they are just starting to really key into the concept of being kind to others. This one sounds like it would really tie in well with that.
    beccaj73 AT hickorytech DOT net

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  21. Janel@Dandelion Dayz says:

    Oh, we have been reading one that we got from Team Mom – the first. I would love any of the others.

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  22. Janel@Dandelion Dayz says:

    Oh, I follow you on Twitter! and if I am not subscribed already – going to do that now

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  23. "Yuzi". We are bringing home our daughter from China, so we have been collecting books on what it is like to be different (and how we are all ultimately adopted sons & daughters of The King!)

    BLessings,

    sara_mcclintock@yahoo.com

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  24. ladymeme123 says:

    My choice would be Danika. thanks!!

    ladymeme123@aol.com

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  25. donna444444 says:

    I ahve been looking at these books for my tween. I would like the Kaitlyn book.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  26. Long Family says:

    Danika, for my neice.
    Thanks! luv_on(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  27. I would say Kaitlyn or Dannika…you can reach me at cvdmvega@yahoo.com

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  28. I think I’d love the Danika book as well for my neice! Thanks!!!

    cheryl(dot)pinello@gmail(dot)com

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  29. I’d love the Kaitlyn book for my granddaughters, almost 12 and 9.

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  30. Danika would be the book I would choose.
    Thanks,
    Deidra Harker

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  31. Danika would be the one I would choose.

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  32. Danika would also be hte book I would choose. Girls can be so mean at this tween age… (My daughters experienced alot of this)

    Thank you!

    andreanathan @ aol.com

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  33. Brenda S. says:

    Danika sounds good, or maybe the Toni book. Thanks!!!

    Stampnsark@aol.com

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  34. My 9 year old daughter loves to read I think she would enjoy any of these books. As her mom I’m glad they are christian based:)

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  35. my daughter would love toni because she is really into sports 🙂

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  36. i love that these are christian based the one my daughter could relate to danikia she is in 6th grade and goes thru periods with her friends when they all gang up on eachother

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