Weekend Book Giveaway: Meet Cute

Today marks the first day of our Explore Summer Reading Program!

To celebrate (and kickoff!) a summer of reading fun, we’re giving away a brand new copy or advanced reader’s copy of a teen book every weekend until August 31st! This week we’re giving away a brand new (hardback) copy of Meet Cute.

From the publisher: A collection of short stories exploring the moment when a couple meets for the first time–from an African American girl in upstate New York who simultaneously finds a prom dress and a date to a transgender girl who confronts the student blocking her right to use the school restroom. Includes short stories from favorite authors like Nicola Yoon, Nina LaCour, and Emery Lord. 

I’ve read it- and trust me when I say, it’s so good!

For your chance to win tell us about a time that you had a meet cute with friend or significant other. Was it like at first sight or were you frenemies at first? If you don’t have a meet cute story to share, tell us how the couple in your favorite book met!

Winner will be picked on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 with the assistance of Random Number Generator. Be sure to leave a name with your entry, and check back to see if you won. To win you must be a teen (6th-12th grade, or age 12-18) who uses a Sno-Isle Library.

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4 responses to “Weekend Book Giveaway: Meet Cute”

  1. Bernadette Utterback says:

    One of my favorite book couples is from Eliza and Her Monsters! In Eliza and Her Monsters Eliza meets her romantic interest at school.

  2. maddie says:

    (a little background knowledge, both my friend are in 7th grade right now)
    one of my really good friends and I had kindergarten together, and when we got to go outside to the little playground, we would play one of those little make believe games, five year old me and her, would run around, playing our own creation, ‘super snails’.
    we lost touch and didn’t talk much in first grade, but when we got into second we reunited using the weird walkies talkie things you find in playgrounds, we started hanging out again, our friendship is really strong, because we lived in (somewhat) connected neighborhoods, we would stay back after school at the school library and take AR tests and afterwards my mom would walk us home. we’ve stayed close, and I’m actually going to attend her birthday party soon.

  3. Margaret says:

    I’m not sure if this qualifies, but I met one of my best friends in fifth grade because we both had the same backpack, and one day, she nearly took mine home by accident.

    • danielle dreger-babbitt says:

      Sorry for the delay! There an issue with notifications. This sounds like a meet cute to me. Margaret! You are our winner this week! Please email teens@sno-isle.org and let us know what library to send the book to. Your librarian will let you know when it arrives!

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