I'm starting to run out of creative ideas for my Giveaway Extravaganza! I'm also running out of time! My goal is to post ten giveaways before my Big Day, which is swiftly approaching!
Today for Giveaway #9 I'm giving away a book from my bookshelves! :)
All you have to do to enter is leave me a comment telling me which one of these books you would like to win! Each one of these is new or in like new condition.
From the back covers:
God Doesn't Believe in Atheists - by Ray Comfort
"Contrary to popular opinion, the existence of God can be proven - absolutely, scientifically, without reference to faith or even the Bible. It is also possible to prove that the Bible is supernatural in origin. This book will do just that. It will also show the atheist that he doesn't exist, reveal the true motives of the agnostics, and strengthen the faith of the believer."
Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends - by Sarah, Stephen and Grace Mally
"Brothers and sisters are among the most important people in life, yet often they are also the most trouble. My brother, sister and I have become concerned as we have observed the way many siblings fight, argue, and miss out on the close relationship that God intends for them to have. The problem is not just the surface battles, but the underlying attitudes, wrong concepts, and offenses. Many broken relationships never get fixed. Few enjoy the special life-long treasure that God intended. Our emphasis in this book is not merely 'getting along' with your brothers and sisters, but making them your best friends. Since every chapter of the book has a section written by each of us, the book has three perspectives and three personalities. It includes many personal stories and insights about how we have learned to become best friends."
Bringing Them Home - by Elizabeth Wiens
"One quiet afternoon Cassy Knight, a mother of four, is shocked to get a phone call from school. Her eight-year-old son, Jeremy, is accused of starting a fight -- and even has a nice-sized shiner to vouch for it. He says he was tired of being called "stupid" over and over by the school bully. Jeremy turns to stare out the window, but Cassy sees a tear spill over and make a trail down his cheek. The next afternoon, nine-year-old Nicole bursts into tears because a teacher laughed at her for believing the story of creation in the Bible. Cassy and her husband, David, grew up in the public school. It's the only way of education that they know. but now they wonder, is public school really the place where our children should be? That simple question will lead them on a delightful, surprising, and unforgettable journey of discovery."
Which one will you choose??