Monday, September 8, 2008

Gift Certificate Giveaway!!!



This weekend my funny bunnies turned 10 months old, and it got me thinking. How fast time goes by, how much they change, how much life changes and how they've already started developing such strong personalities. They definitely know how to get my attention, and are not afraid to share their approval and disapproval. I guess it's only normal to have these feelings. Where has the time gone? Just the other night, I was reading to them, and noticed that,the girl's favorite book is Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown.

This seem to be the one that holds their attention the longest. Plus it doesn't hurt that I really like it. I have always Incorporated reading before bed time, it seems to set the tone for sleepy time, who am I kidding, I get a kick at their reactions to the pictures and the stories.

Well, this got me thinking (not always a good thing). I have yet to do a giveaway, and I love any excuse to have a little fun. Because of this, I'm giving away two $25.00 gift certificates for Barnes and Nobles, so you can buy some new favorites for your funny bunnies from my funny bunnies.


Rules:

Just share your bunny's favorite book or books, and yours as a child.....


Earn extra credit!

You may do these for extra entries.

  1. Blog about this giveaway and send me the link in a separate post.
  2. Subscribe to my feed and let me know about it in a separate post.
  3. Stumble my main webpage and leave me your Stumble Upon name in a separate post.
  4. Add me to your blog roll. Let me know about it in a separate post!
  5. Guess my favorite book as a child.. (Hint: it's in a past post) let me know in a seperate post.


That's 5 extra chances to win!!!!
Good luck!

US entries only, winner will be chosen via random.org at the end of the contest. Winners will be posted here, please leave a valid email address or blog address if you'd like to be contacted should you win. Winner has 72 hours to claim their prize. This contests ends at 11:59 pm EST on October 6th, 2008.





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167 comments:

  1. That book was one of my kids favorites too. I think number one was that monster one with the really good illustrations... Max something. This is what happens when you get old, you lose your memory.

    Wait, wait, just as I was about to post this comment it came to me (sort of). I think it is Where The Wild Things Are?

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  2. your girls look cute and nice c: my boy is 3 years when he was at that age i started reading story books to him too c: until now he loves reading stories c:

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  3. Right now my daughter's favorite book is any book she can put in her mouth.

    Goodnight Gorilla was always my son's favorite and I had a book of nursery rhymes that I still have that I loved as a kid.

    Thanks!

    kim@accidentalmommies.com

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  4. My boys' favorite book The Train Song. :) For me, if it was about horses, I liked it. ;)

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  5. My son's favorite book is called "who's knees are these?" it ends up they are his knees. I love it and he does too.

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  6. We like Goodnight, Moon and use it as a bedtime book. Our little guy's favorites, however....he really loves his "Touch and Feel" books (Touch and Feel Pets, Touch and FEel Puppy, Touch and FEel WIld Animals). HE also loves a book called "Oink! I'm A Pig." We picked up "Doggies: A Barking and COunting book" at a stoop sale and when I read it to him he giggled. Adorable.

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  7. My son's favorite book right now is llama llama red pajama. My favorite book as a child was a French book about a girl named Candy (I grew up overseas).
    Thanks for the chance!
    treflea4[at]gmail[dot]com

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  8. My daughter is just crazy for "Where the Wild Things Are." She loves it when we roar and roll our eyes just like the wild things.

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  9. I always loved "I am a bunny" by Richard Scary.

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  10. My sons favorite book is How do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight.

    Mommymeng@gmail.com

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  11. My son's favorite books are Best Loved Fairy Tales and The Naughty Kitten. My favorite book as a [older] child was The Book of Virtues.

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  12. I like Goodnight Gorilla a lot, for bedtime, and Flotsam (David Weisner) for anytime. My favorite as a kid was A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, but that's a Big Kid book.

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  13. My daughter's favorite book right now is "How Do Dinosaurs Go to School?" She loves all the dino books by Jane Yolen. My favorite as a kid was "Where the Wild Things Are."

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  14. My older son's favorite book when he was a toddler was "Guess How Much I Love You". I liked it pretty well, too.

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  15. My 3-year-old daughter LOVES the boxed set by Karen Katz, which includes Where Is Baby's Mommy? She also loves Where the Wild Things Are.

    We have a ton of favorites. My 6-year-old is into Angelina Ballerina right now.

    Savvyhousewife@yahoo.com

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  16. My kiddo's favorite book at the moment is called "Gorilita".

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  17. Right now, my girl's favorite book is The Potty Book, and one of my favorite children's books is Where the Wild Things Are

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  18. I subscribed to your feed through google reader

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  19. For me, my favorite book was Mr. Poppins Penguins. The little one doesn't come until Dec, so I can't tell you her favorite book....although she does like to kick when I read C.S. Lewis :)

    mathbook28 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  20. My girls always loved "I'll Love You Forever". I love that one too, always gets me! My favorites as a kid (little older) were the Little House on the Prairie series. As an adult, I have the boxed set and I still read them through every year! Love them! Great giveaway - thanks for offering!
    ~Tanya
    the4moyers(at)msn(dot)com

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  21. My kids love The Very Hungry Caterpillar and also Snowmen at Night.

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  22. My daughter's favorite book seems to change all the time-she likes them all! She really seems to like her Clifford books, though. My favorite book was probably "The Frog and the Toad".
    khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  23. Our favorite is Hands, Hands, Fingers, Thumb.

    And what a great giveaway! Count me in!

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  24. My favorite was Strega Nona. Right now both my kids are in love with Cat in the Hat!

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  25. When I was a kid one of my favorite books was the "Adventures of Uncle Wiggly" -- he's a clever rabbit with about 20 adopted kids. What's funny is that right now that same book is my 3 1/2 year-old son's favorite book too! We still have it from when I was a kid. I guess it's time to invest in some new books!
    katiekarr at gmail dot com

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  26. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is still our favorite book.

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  27. "guess how much i love you" a definate fav for my just turned 7 month old. unfortunatly he likes the taste of it too...

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  28. Great giveaway -- thanks! My kids' favorite right now is The Grouchy Ladybug. I have to read that one over and over, with lots of different voices!

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  29. My son's favorite is Dr Suess' The Eye Book and mine is the Country Bunny. Its crazy how books can bring back such memories.
    gomeggo[at]gmail[dot]com

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  30. Hi, Thanks for the wonderful giveaway prize drawing. Books are fabulous!
    My sons like "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" by Bill Martin Jr.
    As a young child, my favorite book was "Big Dog...Little Dog. A Bedtime
    Story" by P.D. Eastman. Please enter me in your delightful drawing. Thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  31. Hi, I subscribed to your feed via my Yahoo Reader. Again, thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  32. Your favorite book was/is "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak. It is a very fun read. Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  33. My favorite book as a child was "Geraldine Belinda Marybelle Scott", a really old book that was my moms when she was little. My DD's is "Fluffy the Porcupine". Oh - and "Oh, Say Can You Say" by Dr. Suess. A classic.

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  34. My kids love books but one book they all like is Cat in the Hat. One of my favorite books as a child was the Little House on the Prairie series. Thanks!

    akblessingsabound[at]gmail.com

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  35. Definitely Where The Wild Things Are, Goodnight Moon, See How Much I Love You, anything Dr. Seuss, and anything by Beverly Cleary!

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  36. My bunny's favorite book is Green Eggs and Ham. My favorite book as a child was Poky Little Puppy. Thanks!

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  37. Your favorite book was: Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. I don't remember that one, but I bet I read it!

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  38. I love "Is Your Mama a Llama," "A Child's Good Night Book," and "Snake Supper." I don't get tired of them. But my absolute favorite book is "The Monster at the end of This Book." Grover rocks!!

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  39. My favorite book as a child wa Snow White. My daughter's favorite is Pocahantas.

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  40. My youngest son loves the book Snuggle Puppy by Sandra Boynton. I used to sing it to him and now if I play the song/read him the book he will settle. My favorite book from my childhood would be Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.

    Thanks for the great giveaway :)

    the_angel_forever at yahoo dot com

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  41. Well, we read two books a night to our LO. We always finish up with Goodnight Moon, but the first changes. He is currently very taken with Beatrix Potter books. I'm not sure if it is the illustrations or the size of the books or what. These were some of my favorites as a child as well, so maybe I really get into reading them to him and he picks up on it. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  42. My kids have so many favorites! Our daughter's favorite, actually, IS Goodnight Moon (she's memorized it). Our son is into wordless books, such as the Polo series by Regis Faller.
    My favorite as a child? I remember LOVING The Velveteen Rabbit.
    Thanks!
    Megret
    musesofmegret (at) gmail (dot) com

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  43. I loved the Sweet Pickles books as a kid and my niece loves "Llama Llama Red Pajama"

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  44. My 2 yr old likes Goodnight Moon, The Hungry Caterpillar and all the "baby" books with pictures of babies. My boys like anything with animals and dinos.

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  45. My son's favorite book is called "Truck". Off hand I can't think of who writes it. I know the cover has a red truck on it.

    My daughter's favorite book is "Whimpy Kid".

    My favorite books growing up were "The King, The Mice and the Cheese" and "Who Said Sue Said Who?".

    Thank you for a great giveaway!

    HunnyV "at" Optonline "dot" net

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  46. My kids love the ever popular Guess How Much I Love You. I'd love to get them some new books though.

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  47. As a child, I loved _Raggedy Anne and Andy and the Rainy Day Circus_.

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  48. I think my girls' all-time favorite is Creepy Castle, by John Goodall. It's not creepy as in scary; it's a picture book (no words) about 2 mice who explore an old castle, are trapped by a "mean bad guy" (aka rat) and escape with the help of a frog. It has been read probably an average of twice a day for the past 3 years! Some of my favorites are/were all McCloskey's Sal books, Yonder by Tony Johnson, and The Ox-Cart Man.

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  49. chicka chicka boom boom, charlie and lola books, and when you give a moose a muffin!

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  50. My son like the nursery rhymes, he is only 8 months, and i loved the Nancy drew series.

    hetz-junk(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  51. The girls love Barnyard Dance. I loved all winnie the pooh books. germandarius{at}gmail.com

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  52. Oh my kids love Goodnight Moon!!! My husband's fav was Bartholomew and The Oobleck by Dr. Suess and mine was Amelia Bedelia - she made me laugh a lot!
    http://writtenwindows.blogspot.com
    clkiwis72305 at yahoo dot com

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  53. My all time favorite book is The Polar Express. I love all things Chris Van Allsburg (sp?).

    I also really like "The Very Hungry Caterpillar".

    This is fun. Email is sarahw56@gmail.com

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  54. Blogged about your giveaway here at http://writtenwindows.blogspot.com/2008/09/2-25-dollar-barnes-nobles-giveaway.html
    LeAnna C
    http://writtenwindows.blogspot.com
    clkiwis72305 at yahoo dot com

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  55. My kiddos love the Parts and More Parts book. I just bought them SkippyJonJones and they seem to think he is pretty funny too.

    My favorite as a child was the Danny the Dinosaur books.

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  56. I loved "Green eggs and ham" growing up - thanks for the chance! afdr3d@umkc.edu

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  57. Gosh, we have so many books I have no idea which one they would pick. I love "Wacky Wednesday" though, it was one of my favorites as a child and still is as a parent.

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  58. My son likes "No, David!" by David Shannon. When I was a kid I liked a book that I can't remember the name of. It was about a girl named Bendabelina.

    akreese (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  59. My favorite books are The Little House series and my daughte loves The Boxcar Children series.

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  60. We love books around our home and as a result, I am sure I could come up with quite the list if I tried. When my kids were younger, we enjoyed pretty much any book by Maurice Pledger. The kids loved that they were interactive and they are filled with beautiful pictures of animals in their habitats.

    michelle at northofthe49 dot com
    www.northofthe49.com

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  61. My bunny is really loving this book called "Fancy Nancy"
    And I always loved "The Little Engine that Could"

    Thanks again!!

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  62. good night moon is my little guys favorite

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  63. Guess How Much I Love You is my daughter's favorite book. I loved a book about famr animals but I can't remember the name.
    ksieker(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  64. I loved The Berenstain Bears when I was a kid. My son, right now, likes "The Little Engine that Could"

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  65. On eof my favorites to read my daughter is "God gave us You" It is such a sweet story and reminds me of being pregnant with her. She does like Goodnight Moon, and these 2 fingerpuppet books that tickle & kiss at the end! Also picture books so that she can name things for me since she's learning so many words!

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  66. both our favorites is "I love you More". Its a wonderful book!

    thewehrungs@yahoo.com

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  67. I really enjoyed the Nancy Drew mysteries when I was a kid and now my daughter reads them, too. I suppose they are a little hokey, but at least she's reading!

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  68. My kids liked "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" especially when they got old enough to get into trouble.

    They loved all the Suess books, especially as young toddlers, "Green Eggs and Ham" (but be prepared for them to act it out by refusing foods, I am not kidding!) and "The ABC book". I can still say, "Aunt Annie's alligator A,A,A" in my sleep! ha

    I loved the Boxcar Children series when I started to read on my own. Gertrude Chandler Warner was a master at knowing what made kids love to read. It is a beloved series for decades now by both girls and boys.

    Thanks for having the giveaway!

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  69. my favorite book was eloise. i read it over and over. my wee ones favorite book is currently olivia. she loves the pictures.

    elkesten at yahoo dot com

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  70. marcyp06@hotmail.comSeptember 16, 2008 at 2:15 PM

    We love reading Shel Silverstein!

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  71. My favorite growing up was The Giving Tree, my oldest loved The Little Engine that Could and my middle child loves Pat the Bunny... this new one? We shall see!!

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  72. I'd be winning for my nephew. His all-time favorite book is Eric Carle's "Brown Bear, Brown Bear." My favorite book as a child was "The Poky Little Puppy." I'd be thrilled to win! Thanks for the chance!

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  73. My favorite book as a child was "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" and my 4 year old's favorite is "Curious George goes to the hospital" :) Thanks!

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  74. right now the favorite is The very hungry caterpillar

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  75. right now my son isn't into books because it's just not cool. My daughter recently discovered the "super diaper baby" series.
    as for me... I was a Judy Blume fanatic :)

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  76. Currently my kids love reading any of the Richard Scary books. However, they especially enjoy Richard Scary's ABC book.

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  77. My grandson's favorite book is Goodnight Moon.

    I used to love Dr. Seuss when I was a child but I don't remember the title.

    Thank you!

    janetfaye@gmail.com

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  78. I blogged this giveaway here:

    http://grammyjanetsplace.blogspot.com/2008/09/september-blog-giveaways.html

    janetfaye@gmail.com

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  79. I subscribed to your feed by email.

    janetfaye@gmail.com

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  80. I added you to my Blog Roll.

    http://grammyjanetsplace.blogspot.com/

    janetfaye@gmail.com

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  81. My daughter's favorite picture book when she was small was: "Panda Bear's Paintbox". I guess I read that book hundreds of times. Once my kids found out I was sick and tired of it; they would egg her on to keep requesting it. Sigh...
    My favorites as a little older child were The Wizard of Oz books. The original author, L. Frank Baum wrote 14 before he died; and we had them all at home.
    Sheila
    chiliburger@icehouse.net

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  82. My first twins (who are almost five) loved Caps for Sale and Moo Baa Lalala. One of my sons first words were tststs like the monkeys and he shook his finger. The other son would recite Moo Baa with me or just chant it on his own that he earned the nickname Moo Baa. My new twins, who are 7 months old, don't really get read to too much but they do like My Car and Bark George.

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  83. My daughter loves all kinds of books, but a big favorite has always been Green Eggs & Ham by Dr. Seuss. I'd love to win so that we can get something new to read!

    Thanks!
    xpsundell(at)gmail(dot)com

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  84. Your favorite book as a child was Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, definitely a classic!

    xpsundell(at)gmail(dot)com

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  85. my daughter loves Peek-A-Boo by Ahlberg, an older book we found at the library!
    mom2maria at hotmail dot com

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  86. I always loved Hop on Pop by Dr. Suess as a kid and I love to read it now to my daughters.

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  87. M's favorite book is, right now, Thundercake and E's favorite is Go, Dog, Go!
    The books that stand out most from my childhood are Louis the Fish and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.

    chefskate at aol dot com

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  88. My daughters favorite is her Sesame Street Hide and Seek book, my favorite was There is a monster inside this book.

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  89. I blogged about this giveaway:Here

    legacyofbrutalitysa{AT}gmail.com

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  90. I am a subscriber!

    legacyofbrutalitysa{AT}gmail.com

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  91. I stumbled your main page username: wastebasketsa

    legacyofbrutalitysa{AT}gmail.com

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  92. Goodnight Moon is a favorite of ours also! Another one my boys love is Go Dog, Go!

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  93. The favorites of my kids and grandkids are: Goodnight Moon, 10 Little Monsters Sitting on the Bed, anything with Thomas the Train. Actually they loved any book that was read to them.

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  94. My kids are enjoying Captain Underpants right now.
    I loved Wizard of Oz as a kid.
    bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  95. Good Night Moon was always a favorite as was Green Wilma (a Scholastic book.)

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  96. I had a book about the Plains Indian tribes that I read many times over. I can't remember the name but I can still see the cover in my mind and remember some of the stories.
    pintolinda(at)hotmail (dot)com

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  97. My younger son loves Berenstein Bears books right now, and my older son just discovered The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe series, so that will keep him busy for awhile! My favorite book when I was in kindergarten was Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.

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  98. I blogged about it here:

    http://athomewithbooks.blogspot.com/2008/09/weekly-giveaway-roundup.html

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  99. Walter the Dog for my son and Harold and the Purple Crayon for me.

    risanjax@Metrocast.net

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  100. My kids love "Make Way For Ducklings."

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  101. I adore reading "Where the Wild Things Are" to my little ones. It's so fun to read aloud.

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  102. i loved goodnight moon as a kid! and the stinky cheese man and other fairly stupid tales

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  103. My children loved In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak. When I was a child I loved Cinderella. Great giveaway-I love Barnes and Noble!

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  104. what for cuties :) my twins love to read "goosebumps". when i was a kid i loved fairy tales.


    thanx bunches :)

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  105. My kids love Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. I loved James and the Giant Peach as a child.
    doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
    Elizabeth

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  106. I subscribed too.
    doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
    Elizabeth

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  107. I'll Love You Forever for my daughter and Little House in the Big Woods for me!

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  108. I sent you an email with the name of your favorite book!
    doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
    Elizabeth

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  109. My son really enjoys If You Give A Mouse A Cookie.

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  110. My favorite book as a child was the Little Golden Book The Pokey Little Puppy. I was so excited when I found that book and now my grandchildren love that story too. Thank you so much!

    judybrittle(at)aol(dot)com

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  111. I subscribed.
    judybrittle(at)aol(dot)com

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  112. my favorite book as a kid was Dr Suess's sleep book, my mom read it everynight, my girls like the rainbow goblins

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  113. My four year old still loves Good Night Moon and my favorite is Socks for Supper which I don't think is out anymore. Thanks for the chance, the kids would love for me to win this.

    actsmAThotmail.com

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  114. When I was a child, my favorite book was the Velveteen Rabbit. Still a classic!

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  115. I love you more is my little one's favourite

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  116. I liked the "Our Wonder World" books.

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  117. The Lorax is my child's favorite book. It's also my favorite children's book. The copy we have was given to my husband when he was born.

    pinkveganmiso(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  118. Right now our favorite book is "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!"

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  119. My favorite and his favorite is If you give a mouse a cookie!
    oewiz@ yahoo.com

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  120. My kids favorite book was anything by Dr. Suess.

    My favorite was Where the Wild Things Are.

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  121. My kids favorite book are the Amelia Bedelia books, any and all of them. My favorite were All Judy Blume and Sweet Valley High.

    Margelina@comcast.net

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  122. My son's favorite book was Corduroy. My favorite book was The Little Engine That Could.
    pkildow at gmail dot com

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  123. My kids love The Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry, and The Big Hungry Bear. Such a fun book & they think the strawberry disguised looks like grandpa =)

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  124. My kids love Click,Clack,Moo and my favorite was The Fourteen Bears,Summer and Winter! Thanks!

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  125. The Golden Book collection are favorites here! Tom Thumb is good!

    My favorite as a child was Cinderella!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!
    baileybobby6(at)hotmail.com

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  126. My dd loves "where the wild things are"

    I loved the giving tree as a child

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  127. It was totally Goodnight Moon - that book is awesome.

    jessica.tupper(at)gmail.com

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  128. So far she loves me to read the Monster at the end of the book with Grover from sesame street. My favorite book was "Are you my mother" by dr suess.

    GREAT giveaway, thanks.

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  129. My child's favorite book is probably Dr. Suess' "Horton Hears A Who". My favorite when I was younger was, I'd have to say, Sherlock holmes and the Case of the Hound of the baskervilles! They are both really good and classics!

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  130. My daughter loves Up, Down, and Around by Katherine Ayres. Great book about gardens and veggies.

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  131. blogged ya
    http://brimfulcuriosities.blogspot.com/2008/09/barnes-and-nobles-25-gift-certificate.html

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  132. My kiddos love the "If you give a mouse a cookie," and Charlie and Lola's "I'm not sleepy and I WILL NOT go to bed" books.

    Thanks for the chance to win! Happy 10 month birthdays to your darlings!

    sharvey(AT)connections-etc(DOT)net

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  133. In our house, we LOVE Junie B. Jones - thank you for hosting such a generous giveaway - I blogged about it here:

    http://www.thisfullhouse.com/reviews/linky_love_bytes/

    Have a great day!

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  134. goodnight moon,anything dr. suess, shoot we have all ages here- so there could be a library list

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  135. Goodnight moon is always a favorite! My girls love the Eric Carle books as well. My favorite series was the Box Car Children. I love books, great giveaway!

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  136. Blogged http://momcontests.blogspot.com/2008/10/25-barnes-noble.html

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  137. Stumbled your main page. User id is either momof2ballerinas or momof2dancers, sorry always forget which it is, lol.

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  138. My son's favorite book was Corduroy, and mine was The Little Engine That Could.
    pkildow(at)gmail(dot)com

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  139. My daughter love Laura Ingalls Wilder. On the Banks of Plum Creek.

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  140. My son loved the book "Dogger". It's being rereleased in America, so get it for your kids 3 - 10!

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  141. My kiddos both love Brown Bear, Brown Bear. My son also loves Junie B. Jones.

    My favorite as a child was anything by Beverly Cleary or Judy Blume.

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  142. We like Goodnight, Moon and use it as a bedtime book. Thanks!


    stampnsark@aol.com

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  143. rockandtiff2002@aol.comOctober 5, 2008 at 12:09 PM

    Any book with cute bunnies in it, my daughter is obsessed with bunnies.

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  144. My favorite book as a child is called "Ginger" and was about a little dragon who couldn't blow fire. It's terribly cute, and very well illustrated.

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  145. I Spy books are mainstays in the house. There's lots of interesting visual language and understanding to be gained by staring at the pictures. Patience is a virtue!

    c81280 at hotmail dot com

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  146. My daughter *loved* those Margaret Wise Brown books when she was a toddler! Now she's into Junie B. Jones and Clementine books. My son loves the McDuff books by Rosemary Wells. My favorite books as a girl was the Anne of Green Gables series - I can't wait to read with with my daughter!

    (mommymatters at gmail dot com)

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  147. we all love Harry Potter in this house!

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  148. My littlest loves the books you can feel - like Animal Safari Babies. When I was a little girl, I loved the Trixie Belden series.

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  149. My daughter's favorite book right now (we read between ten and fifteen a day and this one is one we read every day right now) is Skippyjon Jones in Mummy Trouble. My favorites were Are You My Mother? and The Little Mouse, Red Ripe Strawberry and the Big Hungry Bear.

    Have you tried Goodnight Goon for Halloween? It's been checked out everytime we've gone for it at the library but I hear it's pretty good!

    lkziegler[at]gmail[dot]com

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  150. I subscribe to your blog! Thank you so much!

    lkziegler[at]gmail[dot]com

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  151. My daughter is a big fan of Fancy Nancy!

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  152. we love any dr suess they are classics..i loved o.d yeller

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  153. My kids favorites are any of the Sandra Boynton books. For me it was the Laura Ingalls Wilder series.

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  154. My son loves Barnyard Dance by Sandra Boynton.
    byubabe14 at yahoo dot com

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  155. we love fancy nancy books .
    and always laugh from "what cried granny:an almost bedtime story"
    annsavd at gmail dot com

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  156. At present my son loves Ride Along With Thomas. I loved Where the Sidewalk Ends as a child

    jasonncaryn at yahoo dot com

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  157. My daughter loves listening to The Day the Babies Crawled Away. It's great for toddlers and four year olds. I loved Harold and the Purple Crayon.

    ksgerow [at] gmail [dot] com

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  158. my kids have always loved Dr suess

    Maggie

    Nezmami at gmail dot com

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  159. Our favorite was Goodnight Moon
    Thanks for the giveaway


    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  160. My favorite was "The Poky Little Puppy" I had a special "big book" copy with textured spots on the dog on the cover picture. My grandson's favorite sometimes varies but he comes back to favorites like Brown Bear Brown Bear, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, etc.

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