A Chance To Win With NOOK

chance to win with NOOKThis week is Children’s Book Week and these days books we celebrate aren’t just the paper kind. We’ve  have teamed up with NOOK by Barnes & Noble to promote great books, apps and newsstand titles for kids.  If you pop over to the NOOK Facebook page you’ll see my personal NOOK picks for kids. Of course my little ones helped me choose. I could have chosen 25 more in each category but was limited to two , it was tough . Since downloading them all to our NOOK tablet they have been well loved by the whole family.

 

Don’t go see what I chose quite yet , because I get to give you the chance to win one of 2 $100 NOOK Gift Cards to fill your NOOK with fantastic titles, apps and newsstand reads in any genre not just kids. Don’t forget to check out mine here !

To Enter :

Please leave a comment below with the answer to this question -  What was the last great book you read?  .

 

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This sweepstakes is open to American residents 18 years or older. To be eligible for the sweepstakes you must leave a comment on this post answering the question “What was the last great book you read?” 2 winning commenter will be drawn at random, using Random.org, after the sweepstakes closes on Tuesday May 15th at 8:00pm PST. The winners will receive one NOOK gift card valued at  $100 each. After the winner is notified he or she has 48 hours to respond with their mailing address for NOOK to ship their gift cards to,or another winner will be chosen at random. No purchase necessary.The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. Any information gathered through the sweepstakes including email and postal addresses will not be used in anyway other than contacting winners and shipment of winnings. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.
Disclosure : I was provided with a NOOK tablet and compensated for this campaign. My book, app and newsstand choices are completely my own ( with input from my kids) and as always I only work with companies professionally that I would use and suggest to friends personally.

Comments

  1. Charity says

    The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom. AMAZING…didn’t want it to end & I still think about those characters!

  2. says

    Although a lot of people consider it an aberration, I really enjoyed “Pride & Prejudice & Zombies.” An amusing twist on a classic. I haven’t read “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer” yet though. :)

  3. Amy says

    I am currently reading and LOVING the book Made to Crave…I am reading it on my Nook!

  4. says

    I really enjoyed The Hunger Games series. With my children we are gearing up to start Little House on the Prairie.

  5. Corinthia says

    The last really good book I read was Altar of Eden by James Rollins. I couldn’t put that book down. What made it even more interesting as I read it I realized that some of the technology utilized in the book could actually be real. When I got to the end of the book James Rollins actually spoke to that subject and showed what agencies and technology in the book was actually real or being developed. Really good book

  6. says

    For me it was Fair Game by Patricia Briggs and for the Kids it was Dinosaur Pet by Niel Sedaka.

    BTW I love that you are doing something NOOK! I hear so much about Ipad, but not nook. Thank you!

  7. Karin says

    Literally, the last great book I read was the last book I read at bedtime last night – and it IS a great book: “Giraffes Can’t Dance” by Giles Andreae and Guy Parker-Rees.

  8. Dana says

    The Big Green Pocketbook- Just read this with my kiddos and they loved it! We would LOVE to win a gift certificate to purchase a Nook – How fun – we’ve always wanted one!

  9. Kathryn says

    A Prayer for Owen Meany. I’ve read it before, but I recently reread it for my book club meeting.

  10. Heather Case says

    I am currently reading The Shack by William P. Young on my Nook too, but I just finished reading Hotel On The Corner Of Bitter And Sweet by Jaime Ford.

    If you mean children’s book I recently read Chicka Chicka Boom Boom to one of my children.

  11. Gordon L says

    The last great book I read was pre-release copy of $100 Start-ups by Chris Guillebeau

  12. Judy says

    I just re-read The Year of the Flood (Margaret Atwood). I would definitely tag it as “Great”…there is just something about it.

  13. Kasandra says

    For me it was Love in the Time of Cholera for my son it is Where the Sidewalk Ends and Garbage Delight (my childhood favs I might add)

  14. Stephanie Graveen says

    My 9 year old son and I are currently reading The Extraordinary Education of Nicolas Benedict and we are loving it! Right now my 5 1/2 year old daughter and I are loving Giraffes Can’t Dance. Kohl’s has it for $5 right now!

  15. mckenzie says

    I recently read ‘still alice’ by lisa genova and loved it! thanks for the kids book suggestions. my 3 yr old loves our nook!

  16. Marie says

    Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier was the last great book I read. Not the last book, just the last one that was worth reading.

  17. says

    I just finished Divergent by Veronica Roth and really liked it. For the kids, we just finished reading two non-fiction books about the dentist. My kids really love the dentist!

  18. BMackey says

    for the littles, the last great book I read was Eric Litwin’s Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons. for my own reading, I really liked Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson’s Peter and the Starcatchers. i had been meaning to read it for ages, and it did not disappoint.

  19. Teresa says

    Welll, I guess I’ll have to say Harry Potter (7). I love the series and it’s all I’ve had time for lately :) That’s if you don’t count the books I read to my kids in the evening. I believe the last one of those I read was Good Night, Good Night, Construction Site.

  20. Sarai says

    Just finished Catching Fire and have started the third in The Hunger Games series. Great books!

  21. Brittany says

    We just finished the Hunger Games trilogy in book club. They were great and it was so much fun for all us moms to get out and go see the movie together!

  22. Stephanie S says

    For myself, “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” and for my daughter “Macawber”.

  23. says

    Well, my husband and I are taking turns reading The Wizard of Oz to the kids, and the older one has enjoyed that quite a lot. Personally though, the last great book I read was Ghost Story, but Jim Butcher. He’s one of my favorite authors.

  24. Katie Davis says

    We are loving the picture books “Chicken, Chicken, Duck” and “Dinosaur Dig.” Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

  25. Carla Reed says

    The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene = )
    My two year old is currently obsessed with ALL dinosaur books. He’s also a big Mo Wilems fan.

  26. Kelley Alkema says

    I just finished reading: Her Mother’s Hope by Francine Rivers. I loved it!

    • Heather Grindle says

      I love that book, and the sequel is just as good! My favorite by Francine Rivers is Redeeming Love.

  27. Marie says

    Charlotte’s Web. We’re on the third time through in a row and none of us is tired of it yet/.

  28. says

    I’ve just finished reading “French Kids Eat Everything (And Your Can, Too!)” and I LOVED it! It’s totally revolutionized my thinking when it comes to when, how and why to eat. I did not grow up with a ‘food education’ from my own home. My mom worked two jobs and went to school, leaving me to sit for my younger siblings. My father worked all night. Food was an intrusion on daily life; an inconvenient necessity. As a result I never learned to eat healthy and have struggled with my weight most of my life.
    But, now that I’m a mom, I want to do things differently. My girls are still under 2 years old so I am excited I still have a chance to implement the strategies I’ve learned and teach them healthy eating habits.

  29. says

    The last great read for me was The Help. The latest, greatest read with my speech language students was In the Small Small Pond, and the last great read with my 4 yo was Fair Cow.

    Amy

  30. Elizabeth says

    The last book I read was the Tale of Despereaux, super cute story, I loved it!

  31. Julie says

    I really enjoyed Android Karenina :)
    (I don’t know if it qualifies as *great*, though)

  32. Lauren says

    Water for Elephants was my last great read. Truly a book to read more than once.

  33. says

    I haven’t been able to read nearly as often as I would like to be. The last great book I read was “Operating Instructions: A Journal of My Son’s First Year” By Ann Lamott. It’s a great books for mother’s of new babies!

    This is a great give a way! My 2 year old loves my Nook!

  34. Kat says

    Love the nook, my husband reads our girls to sleep with it each night. They don’t get enough notice or love, but they are great. We are currently reading Winnie the Pooh on there.

  35. Barbara says

    the hunger games because my 12 year old told me to read it 2 years ago and I put it off for a long time. When I started it the news of the movie came out I read them all then took him to see the movie. It was great talking to him about what had happened and how the book is always better then the movie.

  36. Alexis Ackles says

    Just finished Bloom by Kelle Hampton and am now reading the Shades of Gray series!

  37. says

    The Hunger Games in preparation for the movie. My son read the book on recommendation from his school librarian the year that it came out. My daughter and I raced through them together on our Nooks so that we could all talk about the series.

  38. Leilani says

    The best book I red was Moloka’i by Alan Brennert. He is a wonderful author!

  39. lisa stephenson says

    The last great book I read was “To kill a mockingbird”. Best book ever

  40. Rachel Howe says

    I just read a great historical fiction book: The Russian Concubine by Kate Furnivall

  41. MJ says

    I just read the new Pete the Cat – My Four Groovey Buttons to my kindergarten class today. It was great. My kinderkids laughed until they cried!

  42. Stephanie says

    The last great book I read was The Gunslinger by Stephen King. He paints a picture with words and draws you in more and more as you keep reading. You really want to know who the Gunslinger is and what his story is.

  43. Peggy Paden says

    I read a nook free book and couldn’t put it down. Love me if you must was fantastic. Looking forward to reading the next two books in the series.

  44. Jo says

    On my nook, the last book I read was The Man Who Lied to His Laptop. The last paper-book I read was Appetites by Geneen Roth.

  45. says

    The last great book I read was the Hunger Games Trilogy because one of my Youth Group kids suggested I read it before the movie came out. I’ve read many other books since then but this was the last GREAT one(s).

  46. Heather M says

    The Hunger Games trilogy was my most recent great book(s).

    Happy Accidents by Jane Lynch was also a good book I’ve read recently. A great look into her life and what she’s gone through. She truly is not the beast that she plays in Glee ;)

  47. Chris Livingstone says

    I enjoyed reading Unwind by Neal Shusterman. It’s a great middle school dystopian novel.

    • Heather Grindle says

      I love Karen Kingsbury!! The wait for Coming Home is bittersweet, I hate to see the Baxter story end. Mrs. Kingsbury’s talent is definitely a gift from God!

  48. says

    The last great book I read was probably “Ready Player One” by Ernest Cline. It had the right combination of retro content and video gaming, I guess. It was a very interesting concept and well executed.

  49. Kathy D. says

    The last great book was A Feast for Crows in A Song of Ice and Fire series. Now reading A Dance with Dragons on my nook and loving it, too!!!!

  50. Keely says

    Great book – “Sister Carrie” by Theodore Dreiser. You really feel like actually there with the characters. Tragic and bittersweet too.

  51. Dawn Marie Jackson says

    I just finished Nicholas Sparks The Lucky One. It was good but the last great book was the Hunger Games Trilogy.

    MJ: I didn’t know there was a new Pete the Cat! My prek class loves his stories. Thanks for all the posts, I am creating a list of “to read” books because of what you all have read.

  52. says

    The last great book I read was “The Night Circus” by Erin Morgenstern. I loved the world she created and how vivid it was to me, the reader.

  53. Darci Wheeler says

    I am currently on the final book of The Hunger Games series. I had never even heard of them until the movie came out. I love being able to read where ever I want to with my Nook! I’ll be disappointed when I am done with the last book.

  54. Kristin says

    Reading “Alice’s Piano” and am really enjoying it! A very inspirational story of a holocaust survivor!

  55. Nicole says

    The last great books I read were Water for Elephants, We Bought a Zoo and the Litigators

  56. Jackie says

    I receive recommendations from jr. high students I substitute teach. I just finished “Speak” and “13 Reasons Why,” two powerful books dealing with difficult theme and amazingly well written.

  57. Jennifer Bryant says

    The last great book I read was James Patterson’s 2nd Chance. He is now one of my new favorite authors. Can’t download & read the books fast enough! =)

  58. Jason says

    I just finished the “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” series… and the first book was MUCH better than the movie, in my opinion! :) I started “The Help,” but ran out of time before I had to return it to the library, and read the first “Hunger Games” book in about three days.

  59. says

    the last book I read… that I thought was amazing was The Shack. It opened my mind to other people’s view of god.

  60. Steven says

    The last awesome book I read was The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. Absolutely fantastic.

  61. Steph Machado says

    The last great book I read was Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

  62. Robin says

    The last great book I read I was Inkheart by Cornelia Funke. I’ve read that book several times already, in English as well as the original German. Such fantastic characters and plot.

  63. LR Stokes says

    The Last great book I read was Frankenstein. I was assigned this book for my college course, and really enjoyed it. It’s much deeper than the movies that have been based upon it.

  64. Barry Rothberg says

    Currently reading the Jack Ryan/John Clark Saga by Tom Clacey. So far the best one I read was Without Remorse.

  65. says

    The last GREAT book that I read was “The Christmas Sweeter” by Glenn Beck in 2009. While I’ve read many books since, none of them moved me the way that one did. It is impossible to finish that book without crying. My runner up would “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Dr. Stephen Covey. I’ve read it 3 times now and every time I learn amazing new facts about myself, those around me, and the world we all interact in. Very uplifting book.

  66. Emily says

    The last book I read was The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck. It’s a wonderful feeling when a book you find randomly on the shelf can bring you to tears during the story.

  67. Charlin says

    So many last great books Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet Hunger Games or Girl with Dragon Tattoo Help. What a treat to be able to read.

  68. says

    The last great book was the Secret of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series. It was such an amazing and great book because it involves fantasy, adventure, magic, mythical creatures, a intense between of good and evil.

  69. says

    The last great book I read was “Why Jesus?: Rediscovering His Truth in an Age of Mass Marketed Spirituality” – From Oprah to Chopra – brilliant as always.

  70. Elissa collins says

    the last book i read was The Goddess test series which were awesome

  71. Lynn George says

    My son and I are reading Alice in Wonderland…it never gets old :). Toad Rage is another book we enjoyed.

  72. says

    The last great book I read was Endgame, 1945 by David Stafford – interesting viewpoints on events during 1945 while the Third Reich was collapsing, things that aren’t emphasized in history classes.

  73. Missy says

    Currently reading The Next Always……….I dont get to read often with 3 small children, so I prefer a quick read I can easily pick up off and on. I will get back into deeper reads in a year or two ;)

  74. Stephanie Feldmann says

    The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson…so ingrossing! I am just mad it took me so long to get to it

  75. Kasey S says

    The last great series of books that I read was The Hunger Games Trilogy.

  76. Jackie Reeves says

    My last great read was “The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox” – fantastic! I couldn’t put it down.

  77. Katie says

    I recently finished reading the book Divergent by Veronica Roth, and am currently reading the second book in the series Insurgent. Summer is coming soon and I am so excited to start reading more books on my nook :)

  78. Jean MacKinlay says

    One of my favorite things about my Nook is the access to the old classics at no cost. I am trying to catch up on all of the things I should have read but never have. I am currently reading Uncle Tom’s Cabin. I am suprised at just how much I am enjoying it!

  79. Stephanie Hunt says

    I loved the Hunger Games Trilogy. I read all three during my spring break!

  80. Nichole Crawford says

    The Hunger Games was the number one recent book I have read lately. I also love reading the Magic Tree House series with my kids.

  81. Mary Johnson says

    I just finished reading “It’s All About Him..Finding the Love of my Life” by Denise Jackson. If you want to read an awesome LOVE story, this is the one!!! Touched me deeply!

  82. says

    Night was the last great book I read. It is soo inspirational in many ways and an easy read to get an inside view on what the holocaust was really like!

  83. Sandy Huelsebusch says

    I am just starting “The Apothecary’s Daughter” by Julie Klassen. Have read a good book in a while so anxious to get started!

  84. Robin says

    The last great book I read would have to be either The Hunger Games or The Death and Life od Charlie St. Cloud

  85. Lore says

    Heaven is for real and I had to read it twice in one sitting! Awesome book!!

  86. Melinda Winters says

    The Awakening. By Kate Chopin Really good book if you like deep books with meaning.

  87. Kristin says

    My daughter (almost 3) and I adore Nora’s Stars by Satomi Ichikawa. The last great novel I read was The Wishing Tree by John Shors.

  88. Meema says

    Hunger Games trilogy and now working through Stephen King’s Dark Tower books… next up, Game of Thrones!

  89. pamela says

    Of all the books I’ve read in the last year, I’d have to say the OUTLANDER series by Diana Gabaldon. Wonderful mix of romance, history, sci fi/time travel. I hope there are more of them soon! I’ve also enjoyed The Hunger Games but still, the OUTLANDER series is still my favorite.

  90. Christy says

    I loved The Kitchen House! If you like historical fiction, it is a must read!

  91. Amy Obszarski says

    last great book I read was Hunger Games. It had it all. Great drama, action, and comedy too. Amazing story that is well written and interesting.

  92. Emily says

    Hmm..I’m currently on book four of the game of thrones series and totally loving all of them!

  93. Marian says

    The Power of Now was a great book. By Eckhart Tolle. A quote from the book – “Pleasure is always derived from something outside you, whereas joy arises from within” – Page 24.
    Another great book to look at the way we think is by Byron Katie..The Work. It will get you thinking about the path you are on in your life.

  94. Dana Polk says

    The last great book I read was Lover Reborn by J.R. Ward. You have to read the whole series to appreciate the book.

  95. says

    I just finished “The Runaway Quilt” by Jennifer Chiaverini. It’s about quilting and the underground railroad and the speculation that quilts were used to send signals to runaway slaves that it was a safe haven for them on their journey. It also describes other quilt patterns. Very good read.

  96. Mike Wald says

    The Soul of Baseball by Joe Posnaski. Awesome story of Buck O’Neill and the Negro Leagues of Baseball

  97. Ashley F says

    Just finished The Hunger Games Trilogy. I wanted to see what all the hype was about and I wanted to read them before I saw the movie. I was pleasantly surprised! I thought the series was great!

  98. Ashley Machgan says

    Honestly, The only book I ave been reading lately is “What to Expect the First Year.” I have a 4 month old and a two year old.

  99. Yvette Thomas says

    The last great book that I read is the 4th book in the Percy Jackson series. I am now reading the 5th book in that series. I really love it. I have finished similar series of Fablehaven and the 13th Reality. Can’t wait to get the 5th book in 13th Reality.

  100. Heather says

    The last great book I read was actually a series of books, The Hunger Games. The series was very captivating and I loved it.

  101. Nancee says

    Mockingjay was the last book I read and thoroughly enjoyed. The whole series was awesome

  102. nancy fields says

    Great new YA book called The Starters by Lissa Price. (Not really the “last”, but really worth a mention!)

  103. Cristina Espinosa says

    I loved the Song of Fire and Ice series! I can’t wait for the next book.

  104. Amy says

    Just read 50 Shades, Wind through the Keyhole and Deadlocked. All Very Different, All pretty darn good.

  105. Dony says

    Well, our last great book was “Pony Brushes His Teeth” by Michael Dahl.

  106. Sheronna Rhodes says

    The last great book I read was “The Giver”. My pre-teen gobbled up “The Hunger Games” and is impatiently waiting on “Catching Fire” from the library.

  107. Brandon says

    The last book that really left me in awe was ‘The Hunger Games”. The whole trilogy is great, but the other 2 just don’t touch you like the first one.

  108. Angie S. says

    It has been too long since I’ve read a book for myself. But, I have been reading some wonderful children’s books with my little guy. The last great book we read together was “Hush Little Digger” by Ellen Olson-Brown. It puts a cute twist on an old classic and has my little truck & tractor enthusiast enthralled every time we read it.

  109. Susie says

    The Art of Racing in the Rain was a fabulous read, I enjoyed the perspective of the family dog. Also, I enjoyed War Horse. I was on a run with animal narrators:)

  110. Lillian says

    I’m currently reading Rizzoli and Isles series. I’m about to read John Flanagan’s Brotherhood Chronicles that was just released. His Rangers Apprentice books are AWESOME!

  111. briana c says

    I think the last great book i reread woukd have to be my all time favorite book Little Women.

  112. Meghan says

    What was the last great book you read? The Wary Widow by Jerrica Knight-Catania because it was interesting how the author wove the relationships between the main characters.

  113. Katie says

    The kids and I are reading Tom sawyer, always a fun read. I also enjoyed Hunger games. We are also reading through the Bible in one year as a family, very interesting.

  114. Amanda Owens says

    The last great book I read was ’90 Minutes In Heaven’ by Don Piper! Great book that I could not put down!

  115. says

    After 20+ years, I recently re-read Dave Pelzer’s book, A Child Called It. My first experience with this book was as a teenager about to graduate high school. At that time I could not comprehend how anyone could survive and live a normal adult life under such circumstances. Today, after much traveling and seeing the world as a mother of four, I know the world out there contains many secrets of humanity. These secrets are either hidden behind closed doors, never spoken of because of harsh repercussions, or some brave soul out there (just like the author) speaks up and brings to light many actions and situations that need to be addressed. Dave Pelzer does an amazing job of showing his readers how a person can overcome extreme child abuse and become one of the most inspiring people in the world. I highly recommend A Child Called It, along with Mr. Pelzer’s two other books, A Lost Boy and A Man Named Dave, which complete his inspirational trilogy.

  116. Allison says

    City of Thieves by David Benioff (for adults/young adults) or Inkheart by Cornelia Funke (for kids)

  117. Dawn Noga says

    The last book I read on my Nook was the Hunger Games series. I really enjoyed it and am looking forward to finding a new series to read :)

  118. says

    That’s easy. I just finished TRICKED by Kevin Hearne yesterday. It’s the 4th book in the IRON DRUID series. Although if we’re recommending for kids… I’d have to go with my all-time favorite (series) The Belgariad (by David Eddings).

  119. Cindy Schaffer says

    My son gave me the Hunger Game series. He knows I love reading the books before seeing the movies. I could not put them down, just read one after the other.

  120. Monique H. says

    I’m reading “One Thousand Gifts”….about thankfulness, gratitude, and living each day remembering my blessings. Highly recommended!

  121. tiffany sexton says

    The last great books I read were the Hunger Games series but to be honest the best great guilty read was the Fifty Shades of Grey series- lol!! Right now I am reading the newest Harlan Coben and it is quite good so far.

  122. Monique H. says

    I’m reading “One Thousand Gifts” by Ann Voskamp….about thankfulness, gratitude, and living each day remembering my blessings. Highly recommended!

  123. Carolynn Grausgruber says

    Last book I read was The House of Night Series “Destined.” By P.C and Kristen Cast

  124. PGB Montgomery says

    I read Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah. I’d never heard of her before but someone recommended this book to me and I really enjoyed it — I’m hoping to read more of her books.

  125. Kathryn Frey says

    Liked reading the Hunger Game series even though not my usual choice of reading.

  126. says

    I am reading the hunger games because if I can get my daughter to pick up a book its priceless and she wanted this trilogy so i bought them and also downloaded them to my nook tablet. I have to say I really like it so far.

  127. nadine says

    Fifty Shade os Grey! Starting book 2 tonight. Totally guilty pleasure reading…..

  128. Amanda Snell says

    The last great book I was read was “Bonjour Tristesse” by Francoise Sagan. Beautifully written, captivating plot, and purely entertaining. Definitely recommend!

  129. Michele Morrison says

    The last great book I read I just finished earlier is called BITTERBLUE by Kristin Cashore. Excellent read.

  130. helen salgado says

    The last great book I read was James Patterson’s Private #1 Suspect. Love his books they are so hard to put down!!

  131. Belinda Perdue says

    The last great book would be Blue. It made me cry and feel for the characters.

  132. Rachel Smith says

    I would have to say that I loved reading the story “The first day of the rest of my life.” It was a wonderful book that hit home on a lot of levels because I went through some of what happened in the story.

  133. says

    Just finished “Catching Fire” (Hunger Games #2) and really enjoyed it. Currently reading non-fiction “Swagger” about how to raise boys in today’s world. So far…so good.

  134. Amanda Blom says

    The last great book I read was Keeping Katherine by Susan Zimmermann. Amazing book especially when you work with others with Rett Syndrome.

  135. Lisa Baldwin says

    The last GREAT book I read was The Help! And I read it thanks to my Nook and a Christmas gift card to Barnes and Noble. Ahhh. Happiness is!

  136. Vickie says

    The Hunger Games series & The Game of Thrones series (which I have to finish the last book of).

  137. brandy says

    For myself it was a nora roberts book for my daughter and i to read together it was Poppy the purple turtle by jennie cole!

  138. Sarah says

    I finally read the Hunger Games & absolutely loved it. Don’t normally read books like that but had to see what all the fuss was about. Just downloaded Catching Fire on my Nook!!

  139. Deb K says

    The Hunger Games series were the last great books I have read. I didn’t know I would enjoy them so much, but they were great and got me thinking. I am currently reading Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix with my son, another great book!

  140. Linda says

    The Cabin – read it twice, once for the story and the second time for the spiritual impact.

  141. Mary Ann says

    The last great book I finished reading was Jane Eyre, but I am getting close to finishing Les Miserables.

  142. says

    Heaven is For real. Mi use my nook in my classroom all thentime I would love to havenangiftmcardmformmoreminteractivembooks

  143. Tiffany M in MS says

    Just finished the Hunger Games series! I was surprised at how much I enjoyed them!!

  144. Rebecca F says

    The last great book I read was Drop City by TC Boyle. Highly recommend it! The kids and I are enjoying the Benedict Society books!

  145. Jean Chojnacki says

    Left Neglected by Lisa Genova. I also loved her first book, Still Alice.

  146. says

    The last great book that a I read was “A Gentle Rain” by Deborah Smith. The author skillfully wove her tale around the theme that everyone is a valuable person regardless of any disability. The main setting of the story takes place in old Florida on a ranch that employs people with disabilities. A family is created by showing people respect and dignity.

  147. Chad says

    Wizard’s First Rule sucked me into the Sword of Truth series. I am on the second to last book.

  148. vprovost says

    I last read book 4 in the Eragon series, Inheritance by Christopher Paolini. We watched the movie and then started reading. We were hooked and now almost the whole family has passed them around.

  149. Pam says

    The last great book I’ve read is the one I’m reading now, The Devil’s Cradle.

  150. Mandy B says

    I have 2 that I read at the same time:
    A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
    and
    The Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan with my 8 year old son.

    Loved them both!!!

  151. Ellen says

    Just finished the Hunger Games, Pocket US Constitution, and The First American Army. I used my NOOK to read The Lorax to an elementary school, they loved it!

  152. Pam Dewhurst says

    Ann of Green Gable I would love a B&N gift card. I would be torn between add to my library and getting a newer NOOK. I love my NOOK

  153. Sarah says

    I’m currently rereading Charlotte’s Web to my class, which is one of my all time favorites. But the latest adult book that I read that was wonderful was Power of One.

  154. Karen McGuinness says

    I loved the Hunger Games Trilogy, best books ever!!!! Love my Nook Color I read all the time now! :)

  155. says

    I really enjoyed reading Running with Joy by Ryan Hall. Really helped get my mind in the proper place of placing my joy with the Lord rather than running (even if I’m not an elite runner lol) because I didn’t hit my goal time on my last race. :)

  156. Renee Owens says

    Last book “I” read was Water For Elephants! Loved it ;) Now if you count what I read to my children before bed today then the ‘true’ last book I read was Oh, the Places You’ll Go by Dr. Suess! Fun times in this house!!

  157. Kim says

    “Driving Mr. Yogi: Yogi Berra, Ron Guidry, and Baseball’s Greatest Gift” by Harvey Araton. May not be the best book ever, but it was great. I love baseball stories, especially when it involves the Yankees.

  158. TAra says

    I read Harry Potter with my 6 year old. Thanks for the awesome opportunity!

  159. Jo says

    My last best book is Cradle to Cradle! A great book on our problem with left over stuff after a product is no longer useable!

  160. says

    I read a lot of older detective novels and I have always loved Mickey Spillane. Most recently I have been reading the previously unreleased Spillane novels which his long time friend Max Allen Collins has completed. The Goliath Bone was one of the recent releases and it is phenomenal. It is a masterful tale created by a master that has been completed by yet another master of the genre.

  161. Judith Sullivan says

    Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card. I read it with my eldest child (her first time, my millionth). I have always loved this book and speaks clearly to both adults and older children.

  162. Shawn Goodreau says

    The last great books I read were The Hunger Games trilogy and the Dresden Files books by Jim Butcher.

  163. Karin says

    The Book Thief…simply amazing and I have not read another YA or children’s book that compare in several years.

  164. Romelia S. says

    I read “Dora- a day at the beach with my two year old. We both recorded a story line to it and had a ton of laughter!

  165. Patti Adams says

    The last great book I read was Devil’s Cradle. It was one of the free friday selections. I have found so many great authors through these selection. I have gone on the buy the entire series or other books by some of these selected authors. This one was no exception. Thanks for introducing us!

  166. Raina says

    The last great book I read was the Hunger Games series and The Happiest Toddler on the Block to help me with my soon to be 2 year old twins :)

  167. kt says

    Wish it wasn’t so long ago, but I haven’t read great ones this year…I’m goin to have to go with the crowd and say THE HUNGER GAMES. First book was the best!

  168. Al Berry says

    The Passage by Justin Cronin. Intense story which is both vividly and artfully crafted.

  169. Lori Q says

    The last book I read was “The Contract Surgeon” by Dan O’Brien. Wonderful book based on historical events during the Indian wars on the Plains.

  170. Sue says

    I just finished the 50 Shades of Grey books and loved them, much to my dismay. Before that was The Hunger Game series and also loved them.

  171. Angie Shere says

    I read The Search for Wondla to my son and we loved it. For myself, I read the latest installment of The Spellmans….#5

  172. Holly Schrupp says

    I read the Hunger Games and Catching Fire and am currently reading Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins. I have problems sleeping because I can’t put them down!

  173. Connie says

    Hi,

    I loved “The Knife of Never Letting Go” by Patrick Ness and all the books in this “Chaos Walking” Trilogy.

  174. Josephine Wicker says

    Finished all three Hunger Game books. Now reading Shades of Gray Trilogy

  175. Faye C. says

    The last great book I read was The Serpent’s Shadow by Rick Riordan. He is such a master storyteller.

  176. Michael says

    The last great book I read was “Where the Red Fern Grows”. A great classic to read again and again.

  177. says

    Dairy of a Worm by Doreen Cronin, my 2year old and I both got lots of laughs out of this one. But out fav is still Wiener Wolf by Jeff Crosby, who doesnt love saying Ahhooo!!

  178. PorscheNut says

    Peter Nimble and the Fantastic Eyes by Jonathan Auxier. He also came tour school and did a great job talking to our 3-5th grade.

  179. Alissa Shields says

    My daughter just brought home The Very Fairy Princess. It was really adorable.

  180. Jennifer says

    Just finished rereading The Passage by Justin Cronin in anticipation for this new book , The Twelve!

  181. Debbie P says

    The last great book was Titled “Annoying: The Science of What Bugs Us” by Joe Palca and Flora Lichtman. It was fun to gain insight on why we find things annoying and why that might be a good thing.

  182. Kristen Gough says

    The last great book I read was Born to Darkness by Suzanne Brockmann.

  183. Alexis says

    My little girl and I have been obsessed with ‘Mollie Lou Mellon’. It is such a good book for little girls.

  184. Jamie Porter says

    The last greatest book I read was ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ by Harper Lee. I had read it in middle school but not since. Such an amazing book! It’s definitely in my top 10 favorite books of all time. :-)

  185. Tom says

    I loved the hunger games trilogy. Just finished the series for a second time and could easily see reading it again.

  186. Earnestine Seay says

    The last great book I read was, “Killing Lincoln” by Bill O’Reilly, this book was charged with electricity as I read through it. The book “Killing Lincoln” will always be one of my all time favorites because it was interesting and I learned so much more about an era of which I have great interest.

  187. Drew says

    an embarressment of mangos by Ann Vanderhoof…made me want to buy a boat and run to the carribean

  188. Kris says

    I recently finished reading The Mysterious Benedict Society (on my Nook, of course) and enjoyed it greatly.

  189. nicolle comstock says

    Into the deep. Its about dolphins and other mammals of the sea and there perspective of the world. How they coexist in the ocean. What they think of us. Could be very close to the truth!

  190. Tracy Gatlin says

    The last great book I read on my NOOK was “The Night Circus” by Erin Morgenstern. Also loved “Divergent” by Veronica Roth.

  191. Thomas Dodson says

    I am currently reading and greatly enjoying Tough Sh*t by Kevin Smith. Life lessons told in an entertaining way by a self proclaimed fat slob!

  192. says

    The last great book I read was Tigana by Guy Gavriel Kay. Something about that book has stuck with me over the years. The way he writes emotion into the words and actions of his characters has inspired me as a writer. It has taken my base line of reading up to a new level as well and I expect more out of the books I read. This will always remain one of my favorites, even with all the books I read.

  193. Hope T says

    James Rollins – Map of Bones

    Ever since I bought my NookColor I have found a plethora of new authors to read due to all the wonderful daily finds and free fridays.

  194. Marta says

    My daughters and I are reading The Chronicles of Narnia series by C. S. Lewis. Enchanting! The next book on the horizon is War Horse. Can’t wait!

  195. Pamela Sloss says

    My last great read was “Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man” by Steve Harvey.

  196. Chris Einhaus says

    The last great book I read with my daughter was “The Berenstain Bears Storybook Treasury”

  197. Megan Ward says

    The last great book I read was probably Embassytown by China Mieville. Enthralling and magnificent.

  198. Carrie M. says

    Grown up book – The Riverton House
    Kid book – So Big with Elmo (my 3-month old daughter just discovered Elmo!)

  199. says

    I read the Bible every day (or try to!) so that would be The Greatest. I read Bring on the Blessings recently and was sad when it was over, so perhaps that’s the greatest fiction book I’ve read lately, on my Nook Color, of course!

  200. Lynda says

    Loved “All about Euclid.” Great book about numbers. easy and fun read.

  201. Brandy says

    The last great book I read was The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
    I read it to my daughter every night.

  202. Elizabeth Irastorza says

    The best book I have read lately with my older niece – The Hunger Games trilogy, Best book read with my 9 year old nephew – The Name of this Book is a Secret. Best Book I’m currently reading is Amazonia by James Rollins. – All on nook

  203. jaime valentin says

    The last book i was reading was fifty shades trilogy. That was a great book.

  204. Leslie says

    I’m reading widdershins by charles delint right now. It is a fantastic book. It’s full of hope magic and love!

  205. says

    I am currently reading The Empty Family by Colm Toibin and it is just beautiful. Reading it in paper form but I have Nook tablet too and I love. Lots of kids and my books sitting on it.
    Michelle

  206. Erica says

    Not the most literary choice, but The Hunger Games trilogy had me engrossed for a week – had to finish them.

  207. Kris says

    Home Front by Kristin Hannah

    I’m using your comment list to make my summer reading list! :)

  208. alicia marie says

    The last great book I read was Masque of the Red Death by Bethany Griffin.

  209. says

    I’m reading a fantastic book right now called “Half the Sky” by Kristoff and Wudunn. It talks about the oppression and slavery of women in developing countries, and particularly how the more oppressed a community’s women are, the more dangerous the people become. To better the world, we need to provide women with the means to remove themselves from these dire situations. Then they’ll be able to do the same for their children, educate them, not marry them off so early, etc.

    I’m only in the beginning parts but I already feel like everyone needs to read this book.

  210. Kimberly Ramirez says

    The last greatest book I read was ” A Child Called It” by Dave Pelzer. Unbelievable! I thought my childhood was tough. After reading this I could never complain about it again.

  211. Kathy says

    I just finished the Maze Runner Trilogy for myself. Reading The Underneath to my class.

  212. Kim P. says

    Two are tied for greatness — The Help and 1,000 White Women. Both are awesome and not what I expected.

  213. Karin Spence says

    The last great book was The Help. I know i’m slow on the newest books. But its a busy schedule.

  214. Bree says

    The last great book I read was Odd Thomas. I bought the paperback years ago but I finally got around to reading it on my nook last month.

  215. Teri King says

    I am reading The Lucky One right now and have just finished Harry Potter… the entire series.

  216. Stacy says

    I just finished the Hunger Games Series. I loved the 1st book. I also loved Water for Elephants.

  217. Cole N. says

    The Last Boyfriend by Nora Roberts and I’m reading Let’s Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson

  218. Jennifer Magie says

    I have recently reread The Stranger, which in a way reminds of The Hunger Games, which I have also read recently, because they both express how society can get messed up due to the government, cultural norms, etc.

  219. Tina says

    The last great book I read was Janet Evanovich Series 1- 18 LOVE those books and many hours of reading enjoyment!

  220. Autumn says

    I have read so many that were great! But I would have to say Pandora’s Box by Gracen Miller

  221. Valeri says

    I really enjoyed the Hunger Games. Right now I’m reading “Until it Hurts” about youth sports. Very interesting.

  222. Mitzi Neiderhiser says

    The last great book that I read with my children was The Hound of Baskerville. We loved the suspense and surprises. It was tons of fun to sit together in the living room and read a great book.

  223. Erica says

    The last great book I read was The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger.

  224. Kate says

    The last great book I read was City of Glass by Cassandra Clare, book 3 of The Mortal Instruments Series.

  225. gina sandoval says

    Reading Jefferson Bass new The Inquisitor’s Key, love this series, The Body Farm. It’s the 7th book of series I believe, read the 1st one on my nook when I first got it!.

  226. Judi says

    The last great book I read was Loving by Karen Kingsbury. The whole series was GREAT!! Now I’m ready to finish Richard Paul Evans The Walk series!! LOVE to read almost anything and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE my Nook!!

  227. Amie F says

    The Book Theif – that was a terrific story and wish it was considered a classic novel back when I was in high school because I think it would have been (or should be) on the required reading list!

  228. Marcie says

    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. Moving, informative, and thought provoking!

  229. Jennifer says

    Anything and everything by Lisa See has been AMAZING and I have been reading a lot of her books lately. My favorite and the greatest has been Snow Flower and the Secret Fan. It’s a must-read.

  230. Jessica M. says

    The last great book you read was, If All Men Cheat, All Women Should Too!

  231. Marcie says

    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. Moving, thought provoking, and and I even learned a little bit about cells along the way.

  232. Julie E. says

    The last great book I have read is “The Stolen Crown” by Susan Higginbotham

  233. says

    The last great book I read was for myself and for my girls, last night. Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak.

  234. Wil Dobson says

    I just read Anthem, by Ayn Rand. Set in a (not-so) distant future, mankind has recovered from a world of achievement and war and fell into a virtual iron-age where there is no ME or YOU… Only We and Us; and no innovation for the fear of uniqueness. Almost 1984, but at a more primitive level.

  235. Staci Proffitt says

    The last GREAT book I read was The Help. Also recently read What Alice Forgot and really enjoyed it as well. Read both on my Nook.

  236. Donna says

    I wanted a fun, light read for these final weeks of school. I read “Fools Rush In.”

  237. Lisa Larson says

    I’m a teacher and I just read The Pearl again with my students. I love that story.

  238. AnneB says

    I just re-read “A Wrinkle in Time” – again! It remains a great book and a Great Book.

  239. Desiree Jaquett says

    The last great book I have read was probably Plain Truth by Jodi Picoult!

  240. says

    Easily its “The Throne of fire” I read it to my boys and the loved it. Lots of laughs and action. Just started on the next in the trilogy “Serpents Shadow”

  241. Dawn says

    The last great book I read was Hunger Games. I couldn’t stop reading it!
    I have a 3 year old grandson & 10 month old twin granddaughter/grandson that I watch everyday! I love having them sit on my lap so I can read to them!
    Thanks so much Nook!

  242. courtney says

    The last great book I read was “Sons of Encouragement” by Francine Rivers! I have been staying up reading at night far later than I should, and even when my infant woke me up at 5am, I didn’t regret losing my precious sleep to finish it!

  243. rayna says

    mine would have to be The Strain Trilogy by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan. Awesome books, loved them!!

    • Heather Grindle says

      An awesome book by an amazing author! The first book of hers I read was My Sister’s Keeper. If you’ve watched the movie but have not read the book, you are in for a surprise.

  244. Jaime says

    The last book I read was ‘Warm Bodies’ by Isaac Marion. I loved this book. Its definitely not what you would expect from a book about zombies. Its got brains, love, and its hilarious.

  245. Margie says

    I am reading Mary, Mary by James Patterson. I like everything he write. But next I think I need to read the 50 Shade of Gray.

  246. Karen says

    The only truly great book that I have read is the Bible. Recently, I have been reading the “Miss Julia” series by Ann B. Ross. They are very funny–about a southern lady who gets into all kinds of trouble trying to do the proper thing. My granddaughter & I have been reading Dr. Seuss books–very good for beginning readers.

  247. Jennifer says

    The last great book I read was the Emancipator’s Wife. It was a work of fiction but it was a fascinating story of Mary Todd Lincoln and the times she lived in.

  248. April says

    The Tiger’s Curse series by Colleen Houck are the last great books I”ve read.

  249. Michelle R. says

    The last great book I read with my boys was Cryptid Hunters by Roland Smith

  250. Jacque G. says

    The last great book I read was “The Help”. It was like watching the movie again!

  251. Jenifer says

    The last great book I read was “A Long Way from Chicago” by Richard Peck

  252. Cheryl says

    It is hard to choose just one because I truly love to read but I have to say I read the Amanda Hocking Trylle Trilogy while she was still self published epub and completely loved it. I was sincerely happy for her when I read in the paper she had gotten a publishing deal!

  253. Terry says

    The last great book I read was “Worth Fighting For” by Lisa Niemi Swayze. Such a beautiful love story of her time as a caregiver for her husband, Patrick Swayze, the struggles with grief, and it gives hope to those that have been through it. Awesome book.

  254. Aimee Saunders says

    The last great book I read… hmmmmmm….. I would have to say it was Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning. With Pale Demon by Kim Harrison a close second.

  255. Kimmie says

    The last “great” book I read was The Help, I still can’t get the characters out of my mind :)

  256. Heather Grindle says

    The last great book I read was Loving by Karen Kingsbury. The Bailey Flanigan series or anything by Karen Kingsbury is highly recommended.

  257. CAMILLE says

    We’ve read several of the Flat Stanley series. We’re sending a cut-out version of him all over the world this summer!

    • says

      My first grade class just did the Flat Stanley project. We had Stanley travel all across the US, France, Egypt, London, and Chile. I would be more than happy to help if you need someone in the south (I’m in north Georgia……about a half hour from Tennessee and an hour from Atlanta).

  258. destiny says

    The Help it has been a really long time since I have read a book that well done.

  259. Judy Christopher says

    Just finished Stand by Me by Neta Jackson. Great Christian writer–next to Karen Kingsbury, that is!!!

  260. Cara says

    I have read many good books lately on my nook. I have add so i read a couple books at a time. my recent favorites are the back yard homestead, yoga cures and composting gardening. i know they all sound super boring but i loved them and have read them and reread them. i love to learn and have a passion for both subjects and these books were full to the brim of valuable information. :)

  261. Jane Rushing says

    I read a lot. Not all impact me the way The Shack did. That is the latest great book I have read.

  262. Angela Keiter says

    Read all three Hunger Games books one week. They were great. Also really enjoyed The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy. Re-Reading the Outlander series right now and loving the submersion in Claire and Jamie’s worlds!

  263. Sandy Tucker says

    this book was very exciting and had me on the edge of my seat the whole time

  264. Everette Lindsay says

    The last great book I read was The life and teachings of Jesus the christ by Holzapeel and Wayment. Also just finished reading game of Thrones series again by George R. R. Martin

  265. Lynn says

    Can’t even remember the last “great” book I read. Mostly ready quick “fluff” books these days whenever have time. Enjoy using my Nook to download apps and books for my granddaughter.

  266. Hiedi Treitline says

    The Lorax by Dr Suess
    Although all of his books are great we read that one over and over

  267. Lindsay E says

    The last good book(s) I read were the Hunger Games Trilogy. The last GREAT book I read, was East of Eden.

  268. Ashley Edwards says

    The last great book i read was
    Taming the Wolf
    by Maureen Smith
    i couldn’t but it down

  269. Christine M says

    The last great book I just finished was The Help by Kathryn Stockett . I really enjoyed it.

  270. Betsy Blake says

    It wasn’t a great book, but I entirely enjoyed The Real James Herriott written by his son ( whose name escapes me).

  271. Andrea Gray says

    I just started reading the Virgin River series by Robyn Carr and am really enjoying all of the different characters.

  272. Betsy Blake says

    It wasn’t a great book, but I entirely enjoyed The Real James Herriott written by his son ( whose name escapes me). The book told the background of the people and stories featured in the All Creatures… series written by this vet.

  273. April says

    The last great book I read was the Hunger Games trilogy! I just could not put them down.

  274. AmyBeth says

    My son and I just read Hop on Pop. Great book for a very beginner to read by himself! “I can read it!” WHAT A GREAT moment

  275. Avis Eineder says

    What was the last great book you read?” Catherine Coulter’s FBI Series

  276. Lynn Mastrullo says

    My grandson encouraged me to read The Hunger Games. I read the series and thoroughly enjoyed them. I also read Nora Roberts Bride series and loved it.

  277. Angelica Pacheco says

    The last great book I read, along with my mother, was “María : novela americana” by Jorge Isaacs.

  278. Doug says

    Under the Dome, by King. It really pulled me in, it is a great read for anyone like me that usually figures it all out way too early. Reading The Hobbit right now. Its been a very long time since I ha dread it last.

  279. Denise Nenner says

    My last and by far my favorite book I read was , “Unbroken”, Laura Hillenbrand
    A must read book!

  280. Sandy Howell says

    I’ve read so many since getting my nook, but one that stands out is “Hotel On The Corner of Bitter and Sweet” by Jamie Ford.

  281. Jessica says

    The last great book I read was Forbidden by Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee. They are both phenomenal writers and combined created a fantastic read. I am excited about the second book of the trilogy coming out in June!

  282. says

    I have read so many great books lately but the last book that really consumed me was Sentence of Marriage by Shanyne Parkinson. Its actually a series and the whole series completely consumed me.

  283. Kim says

    For myself: Jodi Picoult, My sisters keeper….for the kiddos my oldest enjoyed Diary of a whimpy kid (he has read a few of them more than once) and my youngest is into anything Dr.Suess. I got a Nook for christmas and have a few things on it, the kids love it! Would love a $100 gift card to fill the nook for reading material for myself and the kids.

  284. Marjorie Eberling says

    The Prisoner of Cell 25 by Michael Vey
    Heaven Is For Real by Todd Burpo

  285. Jasmine Colon says

    A great book that my 5 year old and I read several times and just recently again was the Itsy Bitsy Spider Freaks Out Big Time! It I very entertaining, we read it together and she enjoys listening to the NOOK reading it too. Cute animation and easy to follow story. Fun read!

  286. Josh says

    The last really great book I read was The Hero’s of Olympus series #2 The Son of Neptune. I really enjoys Rick Roirdan’s world of Greek Mythology!

  287. Kathy says

    The last great book I read was The Lord of the Rings. I love it so much I re-read every few years!

  288. Chantal says

    A Feast for Crows..

    I am really enjoying the series.. much more than I thought..

  289. Denise Kratman says

    I just read Hunger Games…and then, that wasnt enough…i had to read the whole series…Loved the characters and loved the fact i didnt want to put it down!!!

  290. chris grandell says

    I love all the Harry Bosch novels vy Micheal Connelly. Excellent reading material.

  291. Angela Mitchell says

    Wuthering Heights – it’s about the 4th or 5th time I’ve read it.

  292. julie says

    I am reading a series called experiment in terror amd just finished #4 in the series called lying season. I loved it and am anxiously awaiting the newest release on sunday. Going to start on Jane Eyre in the next week. Love the classics.

  293. Gwen Jones says

    I am reading the Narnia series again but this time with my 7 and 5 yr old – still love C.S. Lewis!! :)

  294. says

    The Hunger Games…I’m on Mockingjay right now, Heaven is for Real and the 26 Fairmont Ave series by Tomie dePaola

  295. Kathie Quisenberry says

    I just finished Sleepwalking in Daylight by Elizabeth Flock, it was awesome with many lessons for parents. I am currently reading Clan of the Cave Bear, also great.

  296. Maureen says

    I just finished “Lover Reborn” (Black Dagger Brotherhood Series #10) by J. R. Ward. This is a fabulous series if your into paranormal romance. Can’t want for the next book. <3

  297. Alexis says

    The last great book I read was The Apocalypse Code by Hank Hanegraff. It was paradigm shift book and changed the way I thought about the book of Revelations!

  298. Kelli says

    I just finished The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks. It was good, but the last REALLY great book I read was Pride and Prejudice. It’s a favorite.

  299. Jonna says

    The last book I really loved was The Hunger Games, although I am a huge fan of Nora Roberts and always love her books also!

  300. Sheila says

    The last great book that I read was Touch a Dark Wolf by Jennifer St. Giles. Picked it up at a sci fi convention and couldn’t put it down! Am now reading the second in the series.

  301. Anne says

    The last great book I read was Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet – it is fabulous!

  302. says

    I loved reading Kipper’s A to Z to my two little boys. They love saying the alphabet!! It’s one book I read to them all the time. Plus Kipper is so cute, my boys love the pig & zebra!! Great book for kiddos.

  303. Gina says

    I last great book I read was Clive Cussler’s Devil’s Gate … or maybe it was Jeffery Deaver’s Edge … or Michael Crichton’s (and Richard Preston’s) Micro.

  304. Cindy Lierman says

    Heaven is for real. A little boys recall of his visit to heaven. On nook color tablet

  305. Janet says

    The last great book I read was “Blogging For Dummies.” I’m getting ready to jump into the blogging world and I figured that was a good place for me to start. :-)

  306. Nikki says

    The last great book I read was Room…such a different way of telling a story!

  307. sarah says

    Diana plamer tough to tame was the last book i read but im reading another now by her called winter solider

  308. Rebekka says

    The last great book I read is The Hunger Games. The last great book I read to my kids is Stuart Little.

  309. Dee Dee Mills says

    The last book I read was to my little girl – Charlotte’s Web, currently reading to her Avi – End of the Beginning. For myself: The Traveler’s Gift

  310. Naomi D. says

    The last book I read was Mockingjay. Great end to a great series! I am now reading The Help. Also a great book!

  311. tiana says

    The latest great book I read is Big Bad Beast by Shelly Laurenston (I’m re-reading the series…again). My oldest is reading Dragonbreath by Ursula Vernon. I love Shelly Laurenston’s humor. My 2nd grade son is all about dragons. He has already asked for the next book.

  312. tammi lemelin says

    Just finished book 1 in the fifty shades of grey trilogy…..very good!

  313. Vanessa says

    The Things They Carried
    by Tim O’Brien
    A fasinating book delving into the curious perspectives of history and how it’s rewritten with each story.

  314. Amy W says

    The last great book I read was Madame Tussaud-A Novel of the French Revolution.

  315. Brian Hacker says

    The last great book (s) we read were the Hunger Games triology. The stories were so well thought out, there were moral messages, and a girl learning about love.

  316. Tonia says

    The last great book I read to myself was “The Help”.
    The last great book I read to my kids was “Press Here” and then I gave them dot stickers to make their own version of the book.

  317. Gary Steiger says

    I have been reading the Vince Flynn series. So far there hasn’t been a single book I haven’t enjoyed.

  318. Patty says

    The last greatest book I read was the Hunger Games Triology. With my kids, Oh The Places You’ll Go! by Dr Seuss

  319. Chalice Wilson says

    I just finished reading the Stephanie Plum Series. I enjoy my fiction over television every day!

  320. says

    The only book I’ve ever recommended was one I recently read, “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins. It was recommended to me last year by my 11 year old daughter. I didn’t really want to read it (not my style), but when I finally did I could not put it down! The sequels are good, too!

  321. Sherri says

    Leaving Before It’s Over by Jean Reynolds Page. It was a touching story. When I was done, I wished I was still reading it.

  322. Melissa says

    I just finished reading Compromising Kessen by Rachel Van Dyken and it was a great book.

  323. says

    The last “great” book I read was the second of the Hunger Games Trilogy: Catching Fire. I didn’t really care for the third book as much as the first two.

  324. says

    The last great book I read for myself was Francis Chan’s Crazy Love. The last great book that I read with my children was Leo Lionni’s Swimmy.

  325. Angelique Burns says

    The Books Of Great Alta by Jane Yolen Loved in when i was a teen and just reread again after many years still love it

  326. Ana DeVault says

    The last book I read is “Angels and demons” by Dan Brow. It is so much better than the movie! Is full of emotion till the last page! Dan Brown is my new favorite author in English! I would looooove to win the gift card to get digital Dan Brown books for me and graphic novels for myvpre-teen daughter! We both love Love L-O-V-E our nook!

  327. Sharalee says

    I’m not sure what the last great book I read was! I have traded great books (to me) for homeschooling my kids! We now spend out time with early readers, and Dr. Suess books! I wouldn’t change anything in the world tho! The time spent with my kids is fantastic.

  328. Vickie Martin says

    Just finished Cinnamon Roll Murder by Joanne Fluke. Her books are great with humor, mystery, romance and of course she throws in a few great recipes to go along with the book.

  329. Deanna says

    The Shack….. it was so good i read it in two days! I will reread this on my EARLY MOTHERS DAY PRESENT THE NOOK COLOR(my first tablet)this is so cool!

  330. Cindy says

    The last book I read was “Two Souls Are Better Than One” by Karen E. Hoover

  331. Janell says

    I just finished up “Catching Fire” the second book in the Hunger Games Series by Suzanne Collins. At first I didn’t think I would like this series, but this book along with the first book are well written :)

  332. Evette Melo says

    The Bonding by Nicky Charles. It has love romance action suspense and surprise in this book! LOVED READING IT

  333. Shannon says

    The last great book that I read was “the Shack”. Although I have also recently enjoyed Water for Elephants and the Hunger Games trilogy.

  334. Tony says

    I just finished Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. It is a story about a WWII veteran (Louis Zamperini) his life as an olympic runner, training and service as a bomber crew, and ultimately his capture and imprisonment as a POW by the Japanese. His story is one of moral and physical courage, struggle and enlightenment. Truly one of the most exceptional and awe-inspiring heros alive from the greatest generation.

  335. says

    Me and Boy read Infamous by Sherrilyn Kenyon… We both thought it was awesome and can’t wait for the next one.

  336. shannon says

    The last great book I read was Fox in Sox, I work with kids and it had been years since I read it I forgot how funny it was

  337. judy says

    Jusr re-read Pinkaliscious with my girls last night! Weclove Pinkaliscious at our house!!!

  338. SheilaC says

    The last great books I read was the Hunger Games trilogy. My son tried to convince me to read it years ago- but only with all the hype of the movie did I comply. I should have listened tonhim years ago!

  339. Wendy says

    Hunger Games (still finishing up the series) and am actually re-reading Pride and Prejudice.
    Love having the Nook with me for quick access to everything!

  340. Jessica says

    The last great book I read was Haunted by Chuck Palahnuik. It’s a bit dark, but the social commentary behind his writing is amazing. I couldn’t put the book down. It really made me take a step back and think about how far mankind is really willing to go for their own 15 minutes of fame.

  341. MELINDA B. says

    NIGHTSHIFT BU LILITH SAINTCROW & ON TO THE 2ND BOOK IN THE SERIES- HUNTER’S PRAYER. Ü

  342. K Ward says

    Dragon Slippers. Being a seamstress, I liked reading about the embroidery designs. :)

  343. ron wilson says

    the Lorax by Dr Seuss…..my grandkids love having the tablet read to them….gotta get more books that are interactive to hear their laughs

  344. Louise Baker says

    The Hard Way by Lee Child. My husband and I are both fans of the character of jack Reacher and Child’s plots certainly one intetrested with no pause in excitement.

  345. Dawn Athwal says

    The last “GREAT” book I read, was a 3rd book to a trilogy, called,” Princess Sultana’s Circle. The book that begins the journey is called, “Princess: A true story of life behind the veil” Author Jean Sasson. It is a subject that has never intrigued me in lifetime of reading. Now I read any & everything I can about this subject. All 3 books were completely “Mind-Blowing” & I shall never forget the journey they all 3 took me on. Mrs. Sasson is truly a wonder & a hero.

  346. Alex Wolfe says

    Move Over Rover!
    Yes, I have three kids under 3. There’s not much time for other reading. Lol!