Enter to Win a $300 Free Spirit Gift Certificate!

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This year Free Spirit Publishing celebrates 30 years of meeting kids’ social, emotional, and educational needs. As a special thank you to our readers, we’re kicking off the yearlong celebration by giving away a $300 Free Spirit gift certificate!

How to Enter: 3/1/2013: Entries are now closed.

Leave a comment below telling us which Free Spirit book is at the top of your wish list.

For additional entries, leave a separate comment below for each of the following tasks that you complete:

Each comment counts as a separate entry—that’s four chances to win! Entries must be received by midnight on February 28, 2013.

The winner will be contacted via email by March 4, 2013, and will need to respond within 72 hours to claim his or her prize or another winner will be chosen. This giveaway is in no way affiliated, administered, or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. Winner must be a U.S. resident, 18 years of age or older.


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222 Responses to Enter to Win a $300 Free Spirit Gift Certificate!

  1. THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.

    Thank you all for your entries.

  2. Alyssa says:

    Followed you on Pinterest

  3. Alyssa says:

    Followed you on Twitter

  4. Alyssa says:

    I liked you guys on FB

  5. Alyssa says:

    Gifted Kids Survival Guide!

  6. NikeitaC says:

    I liked Free Spirit on Facebook

  7. NikeitaC says:

    I am following on Pinterest

  8. NikeitaC says:

    I am following Free Spirit on twitter

  9. NikeitaC says:

    I would love anything from the Adding Assets series

  10. I follow you on Pinterest.
    pinterest.com/mariagriffith

  11. Jenny Holle says:

    Goodbye bully machine

  12. Marguerite says:

    I would love a book from the “Weird” series!

  13. Christy says:

    I would love Vicious…

  14. Carli says:

    The Struggle to be Strong could really benefit the students i work with.

  15. AnnMarie says:

    Don’t have a twitter account, but am gladly following you on Pinterest now.

  16. AnnMarie says:

    As a mom of four kids that are all different from each other, I could love many of your books. Definitely some teen books geared to giving them direction, I liked several in the Character Education section, and the Core Curriculum. It would be fun to select several books with them choosing which ones interest them too!

  17. Wendy Reinhardt says:

    I love What Do You Stand For! The poster and magnets always attract lots of comments and lead to great discussion.

  18. Random Acts of Kindness would be my choice

  19. Valentina says:

    What on Earth do you do When someone Dies, this is the book on my wish list. Kids in my school have experienced death, I would like to share a book like this to them.

  20. Sybelle van Erven says:

    I also like Free Spirit on Facebook, because I really LIKE Free Spirit!!!

  21. Sybelle van Erven says:

    Choosing just one book to be at the top of my list is not easy. I will say it is The Teen Guide to Global Action
    How to Connect with Others (Near and Far) to Create Social Change
    Barbara A. Lewis
    because I work with youth and they crave making a difference and it is great ot have examples and more ideas!

  22. micshaw5 says:

    The Laugh and Learn series sounds great!

  23. I’m working on opening a preschool and have had my eye on this program. It is on my wish-list.
    Service Learning in the PreK–3 Classroom
    Book with CD-ROM
    The What, Why, and How-To Guide for Every Teacher
    Vickie E. Lake, Ph.D., and Ithel Jones, Ed.D.

  24. Mignonne Sawyer says:

    I would like to start adding the Activities for Building Character and Social Emotional Learning book series to my resources at school.

  25. Jessica Kirschner says:

    I would LOVE the new book series Weird, Dare, and Tough! They would be perfect additions to my counseling library!

  26. Gigi McIntire says:

    I would love to add the Bully Free series to my guidance library.

  27. I would like to use the “Weird Book Series” for getting across the Anti-Bullying Message in the different roles of bystander, victim, etc. to my 2 k-5 schools! Thanks, Lisa Detrych

  28. kim adelia leff says:

    Teaching Kids With MH and LD in the Regular Classroom
    and a million others.!

  29. Elaine Gard says:

    I like Free Spirit on Facebook

  30. Elaine Gard says:

    A full set of the In a Jar’s would be my wish list item – they are so helpful with my tween, the college students I teach and the preschoolers in our lab school. I even find the stress and quotable quotes invaluable in my own life!

  31. Karen Schmitz says:

    Teaching Kids with Mental Health and Learning Disabilities in the Regular classroom by Myles Cooley. The needs of the students we have in our classroom continue to grow. Teachers are needing to add tools to their toolboxes to help addess and meet those needs to help all our students be successful.

  32. YCD says:

    I follow Free Spirit on Pinterest.

  33. YCD says:

    I follow Free Spirit on Twitter.

  34. YCD says:

    I have liked Free Spirit on Facebook

  35. YCD says:

    It is challenging to find/create and differentiate effective curriculum for my self-contained EBD classroom. We have done successful units using Fighting Invisible Tigers, The LD Survival Guide for Teens and How Rude. I am currently teaching a leadership unit using Everyday Leadership for teens. Books on my wish list include: Impulse Control and Advancing Differentiation.

  36. amyj656 says:

    The Laugh and Learn Series. As a principal, I buy a set of the whole series each year. Throughout the year, I lend them to parents and kids…and they don’t make it back! Thanks for the great books!

  37. Lisa B. says:

    I have recently purchased the entire Learning to Get Along series, including the interactive software. I am a kindergarten teacher, and I realize that the books and digital resource in this series aligns perfectly with the character education initiative within our school district. I love the illustrations in the book, and the teachers guide in the back of each book.

  38. Irene Lavin says:

    Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom Professional Development Multimedia Package by Susan Winebrenner and Dina Brulles is my top wish for my rural elementary school. My position with grades 4-6 gifted students may be cut to .4 (two days/week) next year. (No mandate for gifted education in our state). This package will allow me to offer manageable professional staff development to teachers, while taking into account their very full days under the Common Core Standards. Having attended a Susan Winebrenner workshop some years ago, I know this package will capture teachers’ interest and address in practical, insightful ways their inner desire to address students’ potential. Best of all, seeing current examples of strategies in action will give our teachers more tools with which to address gifted students’ needs. Keeping fingers crossed!

  39. Betty Jodzio says:

    What Do You Stand For. For Kids.

  40. Heather says:

    I am following you on Pinterest!

  41. Heather says:

    I liked you on Facebook!

  42. Heather says:

    The book on my top wanted list is The Weird Series. I think it is so important to build a caring community where everyone is working together.

  43. Gina says:

    Any book in the learning to get along series! They’re great!!

  44. Penny J. says:

    I would love to have Susan Weinbrenner’s professional development set that goes with Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom. Gifted programs are being cut in many school districts, and it’s going to be more important than ever that general education teachers are trained and equipped to provide an appropriate education for our brightest and best. For a single title, I’d like to have “Perfectionism: what to do when good enough isn’t good enough.” Requests for information and resources related to perfectionism have been increasing with the pressures put on today’s students to achieve.

  45. Kay Powers says:

    I would love to have the book , “Teaching Kids to Be Confident, Effective Communicators”
    (Book with CD-ROM)! Our school is applying for a grant to become a digital media magnet with a focus on written and oral communication. This would be a great tool for our teachers.
    I LOVE Free Spirit! I often buy several copies of books to give parents whose kids are struggling. Books like “How to Take the Grrrr Out of Anger” and the survival guides for kids with LD, ADHD, etc. have been incredibly helpful. I also give copies of your catalogs to parents who ask for help in working with their children.

  46. Fiona Chevalier says:

    Don’t Behave Like You Live In A Cave

  47. dschwaderer says:

    Heart of Warrior by Jim Langlas

  48. dschwaderer says:

    Liked you on FB. Liked you a lot in non-virtual world before then!

  49. Susan says:

    The Social Story Book.

  50. I LOVE your stuff! use it LOTS in my classes (I try to purchase a new book a year since our dept budget can barely get the texts we need every year)- some of your books overlap well into the high school years 🙂 I also incorporate a lot of mindfulness into my classes – so, combined with your works, it’s GREAT work and conversation that we have going on! I’d love to add:
    Too Stressed To Think
    Impulse Control
    The Jar Series (we have one and it’s used LOTS!)
    Everyday Leadership Series/Set
    Global Action Cards & Guide

    thank you thank you thank you!!!!

  51. Mamie Eng says:

    The Survival Guide for Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders – Our system is working on a LSTA grant on autism specturm disorders so this book is perfect!

  52. I would like to put the book “Vicious” on my wish list!

  53. Doing and Being Your Best
    Too Stressed to Think

    these would be my top choices – I already make use of a number of your books in my classes… I have mostly high school students, but a lot of the books overlap well. I have also been practicing mindfulness with them and combined with your materials, we have LOTS of great stories and stress – less days… 🙂 We’d love to have more of your materials in our room!!!
    thank you!!!!

  54. Diane Liebsch says:

    I have been a fan of Free Spirit for as long as you’ve been around. I, too, have especially enjoyed Stick Up for Yourself and an oldie, but goodie – Writing the Days. I LOVE the jars—use them now as a principal all the time!

  55. Linda H Hains says:

    As a health teacher in a middle school as well as an advisor to a girl’s anti-bully group and SADD I am interested in almost every book you have. I’ve purchased many including Your Smarter Than You Think, the Middle School Confidential series, Fighting Invisible Tigers, and my most recent purchase, the updated Psychology for Kids, Vol 1. I have volume 2 and I love it but I am really excited by the activities in this book. I have your books on leadership as well. I would love to build a book shelf of books on social skills for the kids to read. You are fantastic and please keep the great titles coming. Thank you.

  56. Cindy Stewart says:

    I love so many, but I am enjoying “Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation”!

  57. rchbird12 says:

    I liked on Facebook!

  58. rchbird12 says:

    I followed on Twitter…

  59. rchbird12 says:

    I followed on Pintrest….

  60. rchbird12 says:

    I love the New Social Story Book by Carol Gray. I am a school psychologist and find it sooo useful!

  61. I like Free Spirit on Facebook

  62. I am following Free Spirit on Twitter

  63. I am following Free Spirit on Pinterest

  64. Teen Cyberbullying Investigated

  65. David Hoppe says:

    Teaching Kids to Be Confident, Effective Communicators is at the top of my list. Love Free Spirit!!!

  66. Christine CdeBaca says:

    Activities for Building Character and Social Emotional Learning

  67. Michelle K. Melde says:

    Love them all, however……….Wishing for the Weird Series and Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation!

  68. Marina Thompson says:

    Speak up and Get Along and Making Choices and Making Friends from the Adding Assets Series for Kids

  69. Maria Munoz says:

    Building Everyday Leadership in All Kids 🙂

  70. Definitely The Essential Guide to Talking with Gifted Teens eBook
    $39.95
    Jean Sunde Peterson, Ph.D.
    Lori Comallie-Caplan lcomallie@gmail.com

  71. sonjarosas says:

    The Teenagers Guide to School Outside the Box

  72. Sheryl Cline says:

    How do I choose just one book? I would love the Weird series for my older kids, but would also like the Learning to get Along series for 1st/2nd graders or the Best Behavior series for my early preschool/kindergarten kids.

  73. Jennifer says:

    Expert Approaches for Gifted Learners

  74. Lisa says:

    Vicious: True Stories by Teens About Bullying – I would LOVE to read this book as I believe many people do not beleive or in denial that bullying even exists… maybe it’s just the actual “word”… some people think someone has to physically hit someone to be ‘bullying’… but it sooo much more than that and happens in our school every single day. I would like to read this to better educate those around me. thanks!

  75. bleschinsky says:

    I love so many of your books -one of my favorites is What Do You Stand For?

  76. I have counted on your publishing company for as long as you existed! I have been counseling parents and teachers…and students over the years. I am always referring them to your wonderful resources in meeting the various needs of these unique children.
    It is hard to narrow it down to ONE book, but “this week” I would say: Teaching Kids with Mental Health & Learning Disorders in the Regular Classroom, $35.99 by Myles L. Cooley Ph.D.
    Coming close second however is: The New Social Story™ Book — Over 150 Social Stories™ That Teach Everyday Social Skills to Children with Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome, and Their Peers; by Carol Gray $34.99.
    Thank you for being there!

  77. Victoria DeOrnellis says:

    And I’m following you on Pinterest…thanks for this contest! Love Free Spirit!

  78. Victoria DeOrnellis says:

    I am following you on Twitter

  79. Victoria DeOrnellis says:

    I liked y’all on Facebook ;o)

  80. Mindy w. says:

    Sharing time

  81. Victoria DeOrnellis says:

    The Gifted Teen Survival Guide

  82. terry baker says:

    I would love the Laugh & Learn series!

  83. Evelyn Metcalf says:

    Taking the Grrrr Out of Anger and Don’t Behave Like you Live in a Cave!

  84. Vanesa Heller says:

    Survival Guide for Teachers of Gifted Kids

  85. Jo Anne W. Norris says:

    Any book by Julia Cook.

  86. Jessica K. says:

    Liked on facebook too!

  87. Jessica K. says:

    How to Take the GRRRR Out of Anger. I used this in a middle school anger management group and it was extremely effective! I have my masters in secondary school counseling but am currently working for a non profit. Thus, I love the resources that Free Spririt has, fits my limited budget but allows me to purchase resources that will last a lifetime!

  88. Margo says:

    Helping young people learn self regulation

  89. Kelly Fairley says:

    Anything about What Do You Stand For? Books or games, they are all invaluable. I work for Monroe 1 BOCES in Rochester NY. If I win, I will be adding these to our library. All kids can contribute!

  90. Kathy Blythe says:

    The Survival Guide for Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders

  91. Marlenna Smysor says:

    I pinned Free Spirit on Pinterest.

  92. Jennifer Morton says:

    I would like to put a copy of Speak Up and Get Along in every classroom in my school!

  93. Marlenna Smysor says:

    I have several books and always want to add to my collection. Right now, I’m eyeballing the Real Teen Voices collection. The three titles, Pressure, Rage, and Viscious, would be beneficial for my students with emotional disabilities.

  94. Tanya says:

    I would love the “Weird” Series (Weird, Dare & Tough).

  95. KatieM says:

    I would choose RTI Success as one of my top picks from Free Spirit Publishing!

  96. Kara Spieler says:

    I use bibliotherapy for so much of my guidance plan. I especially like the Best Behavior and Learning to Get Along Series books and use them regularly. As I look to expand my library, you carry so many awesome titles that my very limited budget would take years to aquire. Thanks for this opportunity!

  97. Laura Takeda says:

    I’m interested in any of the Cash in on Learning books, especially the one on Twice Exceptional Kids, because that seems to be at least one third of my class for the last five years.

  98. Cathy says:

    I like them all!!

  99. Tori says:

    STICK UP FOR YOURSELF

  100. Laura says:

    Any book about respect is at the top of our list!

  101. Gabrielle Levesque says:

    Please review the book “Someone Special For You To Know” it would be a great fit for Free Spirit.

  102. Tucker says:

    Cluster grouping handbook. A school wide model.

  103. Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom; I loaned it out and never got it back, so I would really like to get another copy!

  104. Lynn says:

    I love 3 of the books (The Survival Guide for Kids with LD, The Survival Guide for Kids with ADD or ADHD and The Behavior Survival Guide for Kids)… I use them with my 5th graders to tell them about their disabilities and how they can help themselves as they go onto middle school. The kids really get into reading the books; they are springboards for discussions about the issues they are dealing with … thanks for these books!

  105. I also follow you on Twitter.

  106. Verna Jones says:

    “Help There’s a Toddler in the House” . Would be a great book for using to provide parent workshops for toddlers/pre-school parents.

  107. I have “liked” you on Facebook for a long time!

  108. I would love to be able to purchase Susan Winebrenner’s special professional development edition of “Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom,” which includes videos of classroom teachers demonstrating the best strategies. What a wonderful tool for providing professional development at a time when our GATE budgets have been slashed…or taken away altogether!

  109. Debbie says:

    My favorite book is Doing Good Together. It gets kids (and adults) thinking about the needs of others.

  110. Shakira M. says:

    Liked on Facebook!

  111. Shakira M. says:

    Following on Pinterest! Great Boards!

  112. Shakira M. says:

    My Favorite Free Spirit Books are the Toddler Tools series books, especially the ones on manners, calming down, sharing and listening. I work in early childhood and share them all the time with early care providers and parents.

  113. Jennifer Hyatt says:

    The books that are at the top of my list are the ones about sharing and being nice, not bullying, being friends, taking turns…. The books are in a series and I forgot the name of the series….. But my son loved me reading them to him, oh and It’s alright to be scared was one of those books in that series too…..

  114. prrplmarrow says:

    I liked Free Spirit Publishing on Facebook.

  115. Jessica says:

    The New Social Story Book by Carol Gray is at the tippy-top of my wishlist!

  116. Marcia Fallon says:

    Followed on Pinterest

  117. Marcia Fallon says:

    Followed Free Spirit on Twitter

  118. Marcia Fallon says:

    Liked Free Spirit on Facebook

  119. Jenna Moenius says:

    Followed on Pinterest!

  120. Jenna Moenius says:

    Liked on Facebook

  121. Jenna Moenius says:

    Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation is on my wish list!

  122. Pam says:

    Liked on Facebook

  123. Pam says:

    The Survival Guide for Teachers of Gifted Kids

  124. Marcia Fallon says:

    Understand and Care

  125. Catherine Cook says:

    The Kid’s Guide to Social Action

  126. Julie Glanton says:

    Liked on Facebook.

  127. Julie Glanton says:

    My current top pick is “ADHD in HD”. My 12 year old loves this book. It’s written and illustrated by a talented young adult with ADHD and LD, whose style is over-the-top wacky and energetic. My son is inspired by him.

  128. Chris Williams says:

    Accept and Value each Person

  129. Diana says:

    Following you on Pinterest.

  130. Diana says:

    Be the Boss of your Stress

  131. Jenny Smithson says:

    About Teens and the Law

  132. Melanie Rivellese says:

    Liked on Facebook!

  133. Melanie Rivellese says:

    Following on Pintrest!

  134. Melanie Rivellese says:

    I love your books so much and could use a gift certificate! The Impulse Control book is on my wish list for my 14 year old and Hands are not for hitting for my 2 year old!!

  135. Patti-Sue Brown says:

    Liked on Facebook. 🙂

  136. Patti-Sue Brown says:

    I have many Free Spirit books and games, I use them all the time in my work with children. I currently have my eye on the Wierd series.

  137. April Turner says:

    My favorite book by far is “Making Every Day Count: Daily Readings for Young People on Solving Problems, Setting Goals, and Feeling Good About Yourself.” Every day for my group of 1st-3rd grade after-schoolers, I would have a quote from the book posted and read daily affirmation to them. We started every afternoon meeting with it. It really went a long way in helping them feel good about themselves and being proud of who they are.

  138. Kristina says:

    Following on pinterest! 🙂

  139. Kristina says:

    Teaching Kids with Mental Health & Learning Disorders in the Regular Classroom

  140. Maggie E. says:

    Already Liked on Facebook many months ago!!!

  141. Melinda Wright says:

    I have many of the Free Spirit books and use them a lot! I also use the In A Jar materials and my students really enjoy those! On my wish list is the Get Out! book by Judy Molland. Free Spirit is my favorite publisher!

  142. Maggie E. says:

    The 15 book collection by Cheri J. Meiners is definitely on the top of my list!! She is amazing and my students love the social skills books!!!

  143. Building Everyday Leadership in All Teens, Everyday Leadership is perfect for my high school library. It is exactly what we need to support our positive behavior system.

  144. Sarah D says:

    followed on Pinterest

  145. Sarah D says:

    liked on Facebook

  146. Sarah D says:

    I’m really looking forward to the new relaease, Building Everyday Leadership in All Kids. As a school counselor, I’ve been looking for ways to create opportunities for our students to work together while doing something kind for others and this book will do just that.

  147. T. Ellis says:

    Early Education Books are Fabulous!! I really like Bye- Bye Time!!!

  148. Lisa says:

    I have much of the Free Spirit Library…and LOVE almost everything I have (especially The Weird Series)! I facilitate a before school Kindness Club that I’m sure would benefit greatly from Doing Good Together, Growing Good Kids, or Service Learning in the PreK-3 Classroom!
    Peace,
    Lisa

  149. Kara H. says:

    It’s so hard to pick just one. Top of my lsit currently? Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation. The Adding Assets set and leader’s guide is a close second. 🙂

  150. Mollia Jewett says:

    I would love a copy of “The New Bully Free Classroom” – my students and i are studying bullying and writing essays on the topic. Breaking down myths, looking at the reality, learning how to move on once it happened.

  151. Victoria Rosenberg says:

    Following on Pinterest!

  152. Linda Beck says:

    The Survival Guide for Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (& their parents.) – we could use all the survival knowledge out there!

  153. Victoria Rosenberg says:

    Following on Twitter (IggyMommy)

  154. Victoria Rosenberg says:

    Liked on Facebook!

  155. Darlene Shumchenia says:

    I love and use your Learning to Get Along Series for a group called Chatter Matters. Ages 5-8. We have a sensory warm up, read one book a week and play a cooperative game from the back of the book! It’s wonderful! The kids love it too!

  156. Victoria Rosenberg says:

    Impulse Control by Caselman and Cantrell is on my wish list!

  157. Debbie Rosenkranz says:

    my favorite book that I would like to have right now is How to Talk to an Autistic Kid. I feel it is something everyone should know how to do. Also my very favorite products that I love are the In-a-Jar products. I think these are all wonderful!!

  158. Jennifer Walker says:

    The Weird Series looks fun! I love the Laugh and Learn Series….very engaging books to use with my 4-6th graders as a school counselor!

  159. Heidi PB says:

    Favorite: So many to choose from, but an oldie but goodie for us is GIFTED KIDS SURVIVAL GUIDE!

    • Christine Muller says:

      The book at the top of my list is Dr. Richard Cash’s Advancing Differentiation: Thinking and Learning for the 21st Century. I also attended the Differentiated Instruction webinar and found it very informative. I also liked Free Spirit on Facebook.

  160. Heidi PB says:

    Followed on Pinterest (zanderbear)

  161. Heidi PB says:

    Followed on Twitter (zanderbear)

  162. Heidi PB says:

    Liked on Facebook

  163. Cindi Klimovich says:

    The Adding Assets Series for Kids
    In a jar series
    Learning Disabilities and Student Mental health
    Of course there are more…..mostly related to high school issues and transitioning as my daughter and her friends are in this age group.

  164. Kelly McLaren-Olin says:

    Fighting Invisible Tigers and so many more! I love your resources!

  165. Gail Castillo says:

    On my wish list: ADHD in HD, In a Jar products, Building Everyday Leadership in All Kids

  166. Erica says:

    Feet are not for kicking by Elizabeth Verdick

  167. Barbara Johnson says:

    My wishlist: What Are My Rights?
    Q&A About Teens and the Law (Revised & Updated Third Edition)
    Such a timely subject, for teens growing up in cyberworld . . .

  168. Gail Castillo says:

    Liked on Facebook

  169. brightfutures says:

    Adding Assets series!

  170. Gail Castillo says:

    Following on Pinterest

  171. Gail Castillo says:

    Following on Twitter!

  172. Kerri Cox says:

    Adding Assets series! Too many choices…

  173. Kerri Cox says:

    I use so many of your books but I really like the Adding Assets series and anything with the Developmental Assets!

  174. Kelly Lee says:

    Anything from the Adding Assets Series for Kids. 🙂 I love, love, LOVE your resources and am always recommending them when presenting professionally!

  175. Ann Dewhirst says:

    I just “liked” you on Facebook!

  176. I am looking more at the ‘In a Jar’ series being at the top of my list!!!!!

  177. Ann Dewhirst says:

    I love all your books! The Middle School Confidential Series is excellent, and I’m having great success with the Temper Tamers Jar during counseling sessions. Thank you!

  178. Marie says:

    Stick up for yourself! by Gershen Kaufman. A positive message.

  179. Staci says:

    Following you on Pinterest too.

  180. Laura H. says:

    There are too many to list! Weird is on the list.

  181. Staci says:

    Following you on Twitter

  182. Staci says:

    I “liked” your FB page a long time ago 😉

  183. Sheila Mainquist says:

    I would love to get a classroom set of Doing and Being Your Best. I already have sets of two other books in the Adding Assets series and love to use them in my middle school classes!

  184. Staci says:

    The Survival Guide for Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders is a fabulous resource!

  185. Amber Urbain says:

    Following Free Spirit on Pinterest.

  186. Amber Urbain says:

    Followed on Twitter!

  187. Sherry Heller says:

    Do I have to pick just one?? So many! Right now “But why can’t I” is topping the list!

  188. MINA says:

    I LOVE ALL YOUR BOOKS!

  189. Amber Urbain says:

    Liked on Facebook 🙂

  190. Meggan Weaver says:

    Building Strong Writers in Middle School would be one of my first picks, since the ability to communicate effectively is a key to lifelong success.

  191. Trina Mastley says:

    Don’t Behave Like You Live in a Cave By: Elizabeth Verdick

  192. Lori Davis says:

    So many great resources! I’d love to try the Zach Rules series. Sounds about right for our students.
    Lori

  193. _Expert Approaches to Support Gifted Learners_ would be my first choice although _Talk with Teens About What Matters to Them_ is a very close second.

  194. Amber Urbain says:

    Tough! Weird! or Dare!

  195. Sally Delisle says:

    What Do You Stand For? For Teens by Barbara A. Lewis is at the very top of my wish list! By encouraging and developing positive characteristics in our young people we address many of the negative issues in the world. Acting with good character prevents bullying, destruction of surroundings, lack of tolerance, lack of truthfulness, lack of motivation, and lack of integrity just to name a few. Teens often slip through the cracks with so much attention being given to younger children. I will help develop our future generation in any way that I can and it appears that this book would be a wonderful resource. Thank you for your wonderful offerings!!

  196. r says:

    Too Stressed to Think?
    A Teen Guide to Staying Sane When Life Makes You Crazy
    Annie Fox, M.Ed., and Ruth Kirschner
    Helping teen with the high school to college transition, goals, handling depression, anxiety and stress.

  197. Ashley Denton says:

    Zach Apologizes is at the top of my list right now! I love Zach Gets Frustrated!

  198. Joanne Caselli says:

    I just liked Free Spirit on Facebook.

  199. Sherry Norton-Williams says:

    Too Stressed to Think?
    A Teen Guide to Staying Sane When Life Makes You Crazy
    Annie Fox, M.Ed., and Ruth Kirschner
    Helping older teens with high school college transitions and goals.

  200. Cheryl Lowry says:

    What Kids Need To Succeed

  201. Joanne Caselli says:

    Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom looks like a great, and very useful, title!

  202. Teri Emery says:

    The Cluster Grouping Handbook: A Schoolwide Model

  203. vejauan says:

    I’m following all of your boards on Pinterest – Sherea http://pinterest.com/vejauan/

  204. Megan K says:

    On Those Runaway Days is at the top of my list- great book!

  205. Heather S. says:

    I would love to win the book and CD, ‘Talk with Teens About What Matters to Them Book with CD-ROM’.

  206. bj bowden says:

    I followed/ pinned you on pinterest
    What a great fun contest and I love your wall on pinterest glad I found it!!

  207. I am most interested in the character-building books What Do You Stand For (for Kids) and the one specifically for teens. I am also hoping to use The Complete Guide to Service Learning to enhance the current programming at my independent school in Lake Placid, NY. Thanks, Free Spirit!

  208. bj bowden says:

    Also followed you on facebook so you said to leave a different comment for that, which I will say I love your jars!!! They are so amazing to use in the classroom.

  209. Joanne M. says:

    I follow Free Spirit on Pinterest.

  210. vejauan says:

    I “Liked” you on FB! -Sherea

  211. bj bowden says:

    Hands are not for hitting book.

  212. Joanne M. says:

    I like Free Spirit Facebook page.

  213. Lisa Giacchetto says:

    The book that is top of my wish list is RTI Success by Elizabeth Whitten.

  214. Kenya Arrants says:

    What Are My Rights?

  215. Joanne M. says:

    I would love RTI Success, or any of the books on Differentiation.

  216. alicia Forton says:

    Stick Up For Yourself

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