Oh, and another thing about Gina Bennett: She's a mother of five. Seriously.
National Security Mom isn't full of secrets about Ms. Bennett's job for the US government or about her life as a career mother of five. Instead, the book combines both her career and her motherhood, by discussing "how the basic principles of parenting can solve America's national security challenges."
Here's a description from the back cover:
National Security Mom demystifies the underworld of terrorism and examines how the age-old, practical lessons we teach our children, such as "clean up your mess, "tell the truth" and "don't give in to a bully," apply to the covert intelligence approach to national security.
Would you like a hardcover copy of National Security Mom? (value: $24) If so, just leave a comment saying you want one! For a second entry (separate, please, so I can count the entries more easily), blog or tweet or Facebook or whatever else you come up with about this giveaway, then come back here letting us know what you did for that 2nd entry.
US only (sorry).
Deadline: Thursday, January 29th, 2009 at 11:59pm CST
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