superdumb supervillain: 200th Post + Scholastic Storybook Treasures DVD giveaway

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

200th Post + Scholastic Storybook Treasures DVD giveaway

***WINNERS PICKED 3/27 WITH RANDOM.ORG***

***CONGRATULATIONS, Starshine 3 (non-blogger) !!!***
winning comment:
Hmmm, tough to choose just one that was my favorite. But as a younger child, my favorites were probably the Berenstein Bear books. As an older child, one was "As the Red Fern Grows". Great giveaway, thanks!


***CONGRATULATIONS, SJ!!!***
winning comment:
I loved the Egypt Game!




Wow, I just noticed that I posted my 200th post yesterday… how cool is that? I had my first giveaway on my 100th post, so let's make the 201st a giveaway, too! And since March is Reading Month, what better way to celebrate than with an old favorite, Scholastic Books?



We recently received two DVD titles from the newly relaunched Scholastic Storybook Treasures series and they are fabulous. Each one presents the title story as well as several bonus stories and clocks in between sixty and ninety minutes. I remember the old filmstrips that animated favorite stories from when I was little and they have come a long way since the days when you had to push a button when you heard the beep… engagingly told and faithfully adapted, these DVDs actually encourage reading along, with a special function that allows your child to follow the narration. The first one we watched was Curious George Rides a Bike...and a lot more monkeying around. The little monkey is as mischevious as ever and, of course, wildly popular with the kids. Roo loves him. This DVD also presents two of the featured stories in Spanish.



We also watched Chicka Chicka Boom Boom...and more fun with letters and numbers. Roo loves the rhythmic rhyming, just like in the book. My favorite stories on this DVD were classics I remembered from my childhood, though: Blueberries For Sal and Millions of Cats.



There is also a fantastic (and exhaustive!) 16-DVD Scholastic Treasury of 100 Storybook Classics. I'm looking forward to Knuffle Bunny...and more great childhood adventure stories, which is one of Roo's favorite contemporary books. It's even narrated by the author, Mo Willems!



Scholastic Storybook Treasures is a great series to expose kids to, especially for only $15 per disc. Hopefully your kids will enjoy reading as much as watching TV!

To enter and win your own 2-DVD set of Scholastic Storybook Treasures (Curious George Rides a Bike and Chicka Chicka Boom Boom), please comment on this post with your favorite childhood storybook.

Entries will be accepted through March 26th and I'll pick TWO winners using Random.org. US/Canada readers are eligible. Only one entry/comment per person, please.

Make sure you leave an email address in your comment or that you have one accessible on your blog so you can be contacted if you win! Or, you may choose to check for your nickname at Prizey.Fetch, a new site that compiles winners in one convenient place:

261 comments:

  1. I LOVED 'caps for sale'! I read it to my son now.

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  2. I was a big fan of Make Way for Ducklings. :) Even thought of it the other day when some ducks were crossing the street and I had to wait for them. Classic.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  3. I really liked to read "The Pokey Little Puppy" when I was a kid. I read it to my kids now.

    Thanks!
    Sarah N

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  4. my favorite was the berenstien bears collection. favorite berenstien bears and the big mess
    bwalleshauser@yahoo.com

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  5. Green Eggs and Ham...I just love that Sam I am! LOL!
    Great prize!
    dansan826 at yahoo.com

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  6. My favorite book was Dandelion, and I also loved Corduroy. My daughter's still a little young for those, but loves the rhythm of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. It would be great to have the DVD.

    denise(dot)fahl(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. I loved "Teh Monster at the End of this Book" with Grover.

    rap9r(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  8. Loved Strega Nona! But the previous poster evoked some good memories for me too, I forgot how great "The Monster at the End of the Book" is as well as Grovers Resting Places. Those books were a lot of fun!

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  9. I always loved "Sylvester and the Magic Pebble." It still makes me cry.

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  10. I always love Little Golden Books, I think my fave was probably Puss in Boots!

    spongebob7754@hotmail.com

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  11. I always loved Harold & the Purple Crayon -- and I'm enjoying introducing my daughter to all of Harold's adventures!

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  12. Well, I know that I liked the Pokey Little Puppy when I was a kid. I also appreciated Encyclopedia Brown and I had a relatively-beginner-level book full of Myths, Fables, and Folklore that I devoured (wish I could remember the name so I could find it now).

    My daughter's current favorites seem to be the Berenstain Bears and she appreciates the Happy Hollisters as well (books from the 50's or so - similar to Bobsy Twins and the like).

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  13. I had so many. But Horton Hatches the Egg is still one of my favorites.

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  14. I had totally forgotton those old "sound film strip" read alongs! I do remember the curious george ones now...

    I liked the velveteen rabbit, altho honestly, I'm not sure I care for it much now.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  15. Where the Wild Things Are

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    Cat in the Hat. Thanks for the memories!

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  16. Books are always the best! frogz60@hotmail.com

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  17. I loved "The Little Engine that Could" My favorite!! thanks!
    stbaisch[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  18. Corduroy was always one of my favorites!! :)

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  19. I have always loved Scholastic! I have bought so many books via the school order forms. I always work the Book Fairs at our school! My favorite story was "Harry the Dirty Dog!" Please enter me in your drawing in honor of your 200th post. May you have many more.....Thanks,Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  20. My favorite book was Dr Do-Little. My picked it up from the bargain bin at Zellers when I was 6 or 7 and she read a chapter to us every night before bed. I still have the book and I read it my girls now too!

    imanoptimisticbeauty[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  21. I've always liked the Richard Scarry books. They're a real hit with my kids too. :)
    ~Wendy
    wendy2lindsey(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  22. I love Dr Seuss books, they sound silly and love the rhymes too! I liked Green Eggs and Ham. Thank you :)

    My e-mail is in my blogger profile.

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  23. My favorite books were by Shel Silverstein, but my daughter loves Curious George and calls him "monkey George".
    Thanks!
    neeseyb1[at]alltel[dot]net

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  24. This will say a lot about me, but my favorite childhood books were all the volumes of the World Book at my grandparents' house. Heh. I'm a librarian now. Go figure.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

    Heather D.
    hmdilorenzo (at) aol (dot) com

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  25. The Cat in the Hat
    Thanks for the giveaway

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  26. I loved Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and still do! Great giveaway, thanks!

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  27. The Hungry Catepillar was one of my favorites as a kid :) So big and colorful and fun :D

    anastasia_falling@yahoo.com

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  28. _Raggedy Ann and Andy and the Rainy Day Circus_ was a favorite of mine. My kids have it now.

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  29. I loved Clifford the Big Red Dog, Who put the Pepper in the Pot? Amelia Bedellia books and of course Little House on the Prairie books.
    Thanks for the chance to win:)

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  30. I loved Goodnight Moon! My daughter still loves hearing it, too!

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  31. Please enter me! My favorite childhood book was called New Blue Shoes.

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  32. I loved so many, but I really loved the Berenstein Bears and now my son watches it on pbs!

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  33. My personal favorite storybook was "Barholemew and the Oobleck." Favorite book to read to the kids was "Green Eggs and Ham."

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  34. I also loved the Berenstein Bears books. I remember reading the one where the kids ate too much candy and got sick. I never wanted to eat much candy after that! haha... no where is that book so I can read it to my daughter....

    Congrats on 200 posts! I feel like I've read about 1000 from you haha.

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  35. When I was little, I love More More More Said the Baby.

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  36. I loved a Serendipity story book called "Morgan and Ewe". It was about a sheep and a Unicorn. I've never seen it since!

    taradawnrobertson at hotmail dot com

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  37. My sons loved The Brementown Musicians. I could read that book to them every night. Another one was No Roses for Harry. Both are worth reading to your little ones now.


    luckyme51@sbcglobal.net

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  38. My favorite childhood storybook was "Where the Sidewalk Ends." I can't wait until my son is old enough to enjoy it!

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  39. My favorite was Harold and the Purple Crayon, it really expanded my imagination

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  40. I remember the Wind in the Willows books!
    Elaine
    emrosser@shaw.ca

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  41. oh boy let me see thers? just so minny i rember from when i was so verry young and well still to this day i read them not just to my little one but to my self as well any way olny if i could win this it would make my day as well as well my little ones too.

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  42. cloudy with a chance of meatballs! jenny m jbubolz-miller@hotmail.com

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  43. I liked "Where the Wild Things Are" and any Dr Suess. I loved listening to my Mom struggle through some of his tongue twisters. We'd laugh and laugh. Boy, I needed some good memories today - Thank you! (Nice contest! The DVDs sound great)

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  44. I had this classics treasury that my sister & I completely wore out. I remember reading Around the World in Eighy Days & dreaming of travel. Thanks for hosting!

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  45. These sound like wonderful stories, I'm sure we would enjoy them.
    Theresa N.
    weceno@yahoo.com

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  46. When I was really young I loved Flat Stanley. As I got a older it was all about The Chronicles of Narnia.

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  47. I loved the three little pigs. I loved to act out the story when my mom read it.

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  48. My favorite childhood book was the penguin that hated the cold. I read it to my kids now :)

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  49. The wind in the willows. Wow, that brings back memories!!

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  50. dr.seuss
    angelina115@hotmail.com

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  51. ThE CAt in the Hat
    joliexox@hotmail.com

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  52. meza-angel@sbcglobal.net
    andersen's fairytales

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  53. I loved Where the Wild Things Are

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  54. I have to say I love where the Wild Things Are...
    "Please Don't Go...We'll eat you up, we love you so"
    Love that line...

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  55. I would have to say courduroy

    neneelynn@yahoo.com

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  56. Thank you for offering this great giveaway. One of my favorites was the Rainbow Fish. Still love that story. Thanks so much and please enter me.

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  57. I really liked Behrstein Bears.

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  58. Congratulations on your 200th post! My favorite as a child was "Wacky Wednesday" and I love to read it to my children.

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  59. I always loved Stuart Little but it made me have nightmares when I was pregnant that I gave birth to a mouse!!

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  60. I loved Where the Wild Things Are...so great

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  61. I loved the entire Berenstein Bears series.

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  62. The Big Book of Grimm's Fairytales

    sillelin @ gmail.com

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  63. When I was young I loved reading "The Monster at the End of this Book". For some reason I got a kick out of seeing Grover so scared.

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  64. My favorite book as a young child hands down was The Monster At The End Of This Book (remember? the one that featured Grover from Sesame Street?). Very fun! Please enter me in this contest -- we love those stories and they'd be fabulous on DVD!

    Aimee
    arbrashears (AT) msn (D0T) com

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  65. I liked a lot of them from the Golden Books. I do remember especially liking The Pokey Little Puppy.

    hi.grandma@verizon.net

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  66. My favorite children's book was actually a book of poems called "There's a Gopher in the Garden".

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  67. My favorite book as a child was Go Dogs Go by Dr. Seuss. I still read this to my daughter.

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  68. I loved Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs when I was a child. Great book!

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  69. I loved the Berenstein Bears series

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  70. When I was little my favorite book wasn't really a story book. It was called The Seventh Princess and I think I loved it most 'cus it had a main character named Jennifer like me. :)

    reachjennifer at bellnet dot ca

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  71. I loved the Pokey Little Puppy

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  72. I loved Yonder, by Tony Johnson, and The Ox-Cart Man, and all the McCloskey books.

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  73. Pokey little puppy was my favorite!

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  74. Has to be the Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder.

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  75. My favorite childhood story was "The Pokey Little Puppy."

    saltblog@aol.com

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  76. The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes or Where the Wild Things Are. cookiecutter72 AT hotmail DOT com

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  77. My favorite was Green Eggs and Ham or any Berenstein Bears book!

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  78. my favorite is chicka chicka boom boom. email: krystald88@hotmail.com

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  79. where the wild things are

    ginnyswe at gmail . com

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  80. I was obsessed with the Velveteen Rabbit! My all time fav!
    The DVD set looks pretty sweet.
    Thanks for a great giveaway,
    Marissa :)
    md-sweeps (at) hotmail (d0t) com

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  81. My all time favorite book as a little girl was The Pokey Little Puppy. I read that one over and over and over and over. My husbands favorite was "The Monster At The End OF This Book" with loveable furry old Grover. Our daughter has both and she loves them too!

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  82. It would have to be anything Dr. Seuss especially the Cat in the Hat

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  83. I have very vivid memories of flipping through The Color Kittens.

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  84. My favorite, Chewy Louie. g.dezarn@hotmail.com

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  85. The "Clifford the Big Red Dog" books were my childhood favourites.

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  86. How Fletcher Was Hatched is a great story about being yourself. I also loved the Boxcar Children. ezmerelda at mail dot com

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  87. Grover and the Everything in the Whole Wide World Museum

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  88. My fave was "I Was So Mad" by Mercer Mayer! Great giveaway! Count me in. bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  89. My mum always taught me to be a self-sufficient woman and read "The Little Red Hen" to me. It's definitely one of my faves. :)

    xxx
    Raven

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  90. Corduroy is always one of my favorites. There are many others. Please enter me. Thanks.

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  91. i remember my parents reading all of the oz books to me

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  92. dr suess's sleep book, I made my mom read it everynight

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  93. Disney's Jungle Book. One of the best stories ever!

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  94. Where the wild things are... hope I win!

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  95. my favorite books were the little engine that could and the silly book.

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  96. Oh, its so hard to choose! I'll pick either "Where the Sidewalk Ends" or "I Wish I had Duck Feet"-But I could name at least 50 others-it is so fun to re-visit books of my youth with my kids!

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  97. Any Dr. Seuss book were my favorites.

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  98. (suebowman@prodigy.net)

    Old Yeller was mine

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  99. The Little Train That Could was the best.

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  100. Green Eggs and Ham was my favorite.

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  101. The Store Bought Doll was my favorite, now I enjoy reading it to my daughter

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  102. I loved a book called "Donkey Donkey" about a little donkey who wished he had different ears.

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  103. I loved "Curious George Goes to the Hospital."

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  104. I loved Richard Scarry books

    nmcpherson74@yahoo.com

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  105. I loved all Dr Suess- Green Eggs and Ham was my favorite! I need the Ride The Bike one- I got a little guy who keeps trying- but it's not going his way!

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  106. i like the little train that could

    misternat1@cox.net

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  107. Green Eggs and Ham!!!!
    (STILL Love that book!)
    THANKS :)

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  108. When I was a little girl Little Red Riding Hood was a favorite, as well as all fairy tales.

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  109. The giving tree was my favorite book as a child and love reading it to my own children. thank you

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  110. My favorite was Black Beauty

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  111. Are You My Mother? Thanks for the chance.

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  112. Horton Hatches the Egg has always been my favorite.

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  113. The Cat In The Hat was my favorite.

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  114. Green Eggs and Ham is my favorite, thanks for the contest!

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  115. My favorite child storybook was the Muppets take Manhattan! Thanks!

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  116. My favorite was Hop on Pop!

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  117. My absolute favorite has always been 'Harold...and the Purple Crayon'!!!

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  118. I always loved The Giant Jam Sandwich. I was fascinated by the illustrations, especially of the giant loaf of bread baking.

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  119. I loved Dr. Seuss especially the best nest!

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  120. My fav was Green Eggs and Ham

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  121. I liked my Hanna & Barbara comic books!

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  122. My fave was The Monster At the End of This Book with lovable, furry, 'ol Grover from Sesame Street.

    Mommy Bee
    luvmybabybee at gmail dot com

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  123. I really like the Little Critter stories, so fun!

    twa_dimples@hotmail.com

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  124. The Pokey Little Puppy was my favorite and I read it to my children

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  125. my favorite book was Blueberries for Sal. my children like it too :)

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  126. My lil boy just loves Green eggs and ham, My favorite when I was a kid was Dumbo, I had the book with Record and I just loved to hear, If elephants Fly.

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  127. My favorite book was Hiram's Red Shirt and I still have it!

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  128. My favorite book was goodnight moon. My dad passed away when I was 10 and he read it to me everynight. For the last year of his life he was an on the road truck driver and even though I was too old for the book he still called everynight and would read it to me over the phone. Awwww such good memeories. I have 3 kids and I read it to them nightly.

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  129. One of my favorite kids books, is Tuesday. It is mainly a picture book, but I just love the thought of all those flying frogs. :)
    Molly
    mcapel4444@aol.com

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  130. love Dr Seuss books. have read every single one.

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  131. I always loved to read The Cat in the Hat.

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  132. I love all the Dr. Seuss books, but my favorite is Green Eggs and Ham. Thanks for the contest.

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  133. My favorite book as a kid was called "More Spaghetti I Say!" Would love to win this for my daughter.

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  134. My children would enjoy watching this movie.
    My fave book as a kid was "Chase Away The Warm Fuzzies" (I think that was the name, but not sure that it's exact). I read that book many, many times.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  135. i loved the Flicka, Ricka & Dicka series. those were my favorite.

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  136. the Flicka dicka and ricka series i would like

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  137. Hmm..I loved Boxcar Children, Green Eggs and Ham, and so many others.

    My 1st grader is now reading us bedtime stories and it is so much fun!

    His younger brother and sister loves books and DVDs too. We would very much enjoy this!

    Thank you for the opportunity!

    sweetmp7 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  138. The Bearenstien Bears - my favorite

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  139. Bread and Jam for Frances.

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  140. My favorite book was "Sylvester and the Majic Pebble", my daughters are not as into it as I was, but I read it to them anyway!

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  141. I like the Berenstean Bears one where they go into the spooky old treehouse.

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  142. My favorite childhood book was this huge collection book which had lots of different stories in it. They were all good,l but I remeber Over in the Meadow and that was my favorite story in that book.
    kristie2 (at) comcast (dot)net

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  143. oh my God where do I start. I loved make way for ducklings. I loved curious george. I loved caps for sale. I can still recite Green Eggs and Ham by memory. is something wrong with me? I hope not

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  144. Well, my favorite was little house of the Praire.

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  145. I didn't have books read to me as a child but I am now an avid reader and love to read to my girls. Their favorite book is Mr. Brown Can Moo. Thank you!!

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  146. My favorite book as a child was Corduroy. I loved that book and now my children love it.

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  147. I LOVED Where the Wild Things Are and Pokey Little Puppy.

    I'm really looking forward to that knuffle bunny dvd too!

    I added you on prizeatron as well!
    http://www.prizeatron.com

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  148. My favorite was Black Beauty.

    kelli (at) pfrog (dot) net

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  149. My favorite book when I was little was The Giving Tree

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  150. I loved the book The Trouble with Jenny's Ear!

    kathyh_fl(at)bellsouth(dot)net

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  151. I always loved Quick as a Cricket

    nottheplan at gmail dot com

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  152. My favorite children's book is Fox on Socks. It is the hardest book I have ever read (tongue twister). I will read it to the kids to see if I can finally make it through the entire book without making a mistake (has not happened yet).

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  153. Any Disney book I loved to read.

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  154. My favorite book is "The Giving Tree"!!

    Thanks for the contest!

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  155. What a wonderful giveaway! All of these books mean so much to me, as a child myself and now in sharing with my boys. Thanks for bringing the books into conversation, I bet many more were purchased because of your blog! :)

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  156. I had my mom read me green eggs and ham over and over.

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  157. granddaughters would love it

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  158. My favorite book as a child was Spider-Man comics.
    'Nuff Said.
    -Mike

    michaelametzler@juno.com

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  159. I loved the Dr. Suess sleep book.

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  160. I love "we're going on a bear hunt" by rosen

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  161. my favorite book was the blueberry pie elf.

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  162. THIS IS GREAT!

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  163. I always loved any and all of Grimms Fairy Tales. Thank you for the nice giveaway.

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  164. I loved the Pokey little Puppy.

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  165. I had 2 favorites! Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs was the best and then Where the Wildthings Are was the second.

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  166. When I was younger and starting to read to my little sister, my favorite story was "What Do You Do With A Kangaroo?"

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  167. I loved to read books even when I was little. My favorites were Bearenstein Bears, Dr. Suess, one about Morris the Moose going to school, and another I can't remember the name but it was about a grey squirrel. Thanks for the giveaway!

    nicki72182 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  168. My neice and NEW nephew (as of yesterday!!! YAY!!) would love to watch these great classics, just as I did!

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  169. any dr seuss book would be my choice

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  170. I loved to read the Dr. Seuss books. Great give away.
    ann dot guns at mac dot com

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  171. I loved the Amelia Bedilia books.

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  172. I always loved Sweet Pickles and the Dr. Seuss books. I read them to my kids now.
    dolphee@sbcglobal.net

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  173. My favorite book was Are You My Mother.

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  174. My favorite book was "Madeline."

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  175. Where the Sidewalk Ends, the Pokey Little Puppy...

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  176. Charlotte's Web was my favorite when I was growing up.

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  177. My fave was Pippi Longstocking

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  178. I liked the Berenstein Bears book when they went on a picnic.

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  179. Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel

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  180. Oh no, I totally can't remember my all-time favorite! I loved one of the Berenstein Bears books where they cleaned their room and orgaized it so well. Oh, how I drooled over all their organization systems. The Secret Garden was a favorite when I got older. I just loved to be read to, and any book would do. Now it's such a pleasure to read to my baby.

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  181. My favorite was Little House in the Big Woods!

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  182. I loved that Berenstein Bears and the messy room too! I also loved The Napping House. Hopefully my daughter will love reading as much as I do. elkmeese@yahoo.com

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  183. I loved Pippi Longstocking and Mrs Pigglewiggle books. Thank you for the nice giveaway.

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  184. Loved all the Dr Suess books!

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