Monday, May 7, 2012

Children's Book Week Giveaway Hop




Welcome to my Children's Book Week Giveaway!  This giveaway is being hosted by KidLitFrenzy, Classic Children's Books, Mymcbooks & I Am A Reader, Not a Writer.  For this giveaway I am offering:

Choice of TWO children's books 
from The Book Depository.

The rules are as follows:
  1. You must be 13 or older to enter.
  2. Fill out the rafflecopter form.
  3. The winner will be notified on Monday, May 14th.  They will have 48 hours to respond or I will choose another winner.
Thanks for participating and good luck!

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94 comments:

  1. i read one of the Berenstein Bears to my son before bed tonight.

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    1. Berenstain Bears are a true staple of children's literature. As long as children like them, we will keep reading them I think.

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  2. A really cute one called Spork by Kyo Maclear; it's very sweet!

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    1. Spork really is a cute story about finding one's place.

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  3. I honestly haven't read any children's books recently.

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  4. I would like city of angels and city of lost souls by cassandra clare - the book depository actually lists these as children's books! If these don't count I wouls get two 'in the night garden' books cause my little boy loves these. We're reading Igglepiggles lost blanket every night at the moment!

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  5. Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones. Fantastic read. :)

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    1. I think I'm going to have to read this one. I keep hearing good things about it.

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  6. I read "I Want My Hat Back" to my 4 year old. It is a riot. I think I liked it more then him:)

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    1. I know what you mean. I read that book to a group of first graders and had to explain the punch line.

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    2. I know what you mean. I read that book to a group of first graders and had to explain the punch line.

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  7. Im reading Harry Potter to my boys and we just finished Scare school as well.

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  8. Oh My Oh my Oh Dinosaur My son can't get enough

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  9. My children and I just read "Willy and May" by Judy Schachner last night. It was such a cute, heartwarming story:)

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  10. We started reading Magic Schoolbus books. My boys really enjoy them.

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  11. Children's books are a regular in my reading repetoire....so many great titles and a fantastic way to let your imagination run wild. MOst recently, I finished THE HERO'S GUIDE TO SAVING YOUR KINGDOM. If you like fairytales with a fun twist, you'll adore this one. Girls and boys of all ages can jump into the fun with all your favorite characters....just not like you've come to know them thanks to those fact skewering bards. ^_^
    Thanks for the chance! Happy Children's Book Week everyone!

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  12. I just read a I'm Not Tired Yet and Play Baby Play for review on my blog recently.

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  13. Howl's Moving Castle and then I saw the movie, so cute!

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  14. I recently read Goodnight Moon to my baby!
    family74014 at gmail dot com

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  15. We recently read Rangers Apprentice by Justin Somper. My sons love his books we are on Book 2 of the series.
    For my younger daughter we read last night Stone Soup and my other daughter loves Kathryn Lasky books Daughters of the Sea series.

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  16. I'm rereading the Harry Potter series :D

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  17. I am reading Junie B. Jones is not a crook to my kindergarteners! They love listening to some of a chapter book after lunch every single day!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  18. CSLewis the lion wich and wardrobe

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  19. Just read The Borrowers Avenged. First time to read The Borrowers. I don't know how I missed these as a child. Fascinating. I'm right there in the scene with the Borrowers. Descriptions and dialogue is excellent!
    Trisha Faye
    texastrishafaye@yahoo.com

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  20. Just finished re-reading aloud Holes with my kids this year. :)

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  21. i've read the daugther's of the samourai

    thanks you for this giveaway

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  22. honestly haven't read any kids book recently...

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  23. I am a Children's Book Reviewer - so take your pick of any on my blog. Most recently I finished 5 of the Sylvan Dell books (new releases for spring).

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  24. The Foot Book by Dr Seuss because I was extremely bored and had nothing to do..

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  25. I read Dream Cat a few days ago..

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  26. stephanie's ponytail by robert munsch!

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  27. The last book we read was "Mostly Monsterly". We got it out of a Cheerio's box.

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  28. The last childrens books I read were the Harry Potter books.

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  29. My son and I recently read some of his Captain Underpants (library) book together. He is so much fun to read with!

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  30. My nephew and I read Captain Underpants together :)

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  31. I read the Harry Potter books and loved them!

    Suz Reads in Rafflecopter

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  32. Mr. Popper's Penguins! It was the most delightful & cute story ever. :)

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  33. I read The One and Only Ivan. A very funny and heartfelt story with a strong message. Loved it!

    Thanks!

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  34. I just finished reading Wonder by R.J. Palacio. It was absolutely spectacular. Thanks for the giveaway! I am participating in the hop as well (#60 ~ Fairday's Blog!) Have a great night : ) ~ Jess
    http://thesecretdmsfilesoffairdaymorrow.blogspot.com/

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  35. I love reading Skippy Jon Jones to my kids, they love the way I read it to them, and its so much fun to read!

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  36. i'm currently reading Above World

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  37. I loved reading the Harry Potter Books. I know those count as children books and they widened my imagination over the years.

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  38. I am not sure what is classified as childrens books, if YA make part of that I recently read Infamous by Sherrilyn Kenyon and Amethyst Eyes by Debbie Brown. Kiddies books: I read a variety of fairy tales every evening when it is my daughters bedtime.

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  39. That would be Howl's Moving Castle by Dianna Wynne Jones! It's really fun (and funny!)(I always laughed every time Howl threw his sarcastic remarks)
    If you haven't read it, you should, like, soon!

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  40. I read Diary Of A Wimpy Kid and it was awesome!

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  41. I just read 100 cupboards! and I want to read the next books for it :D

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  42. I mainly read middle grade since that is what I write. I just finished Smiles to Go by Jerry Spinelli. Fabulous book!

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  43. Christina K. in the rafflecopter

    Harry Potter! Love them:)

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  44. Well, the most recent MG book I read was The Giver. I was rereading it because I was on a dystopian kick and it was my favourite book when I was in middle school.

    Thanks!

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  45. Just read the latest Berenstein bears one called God Bless our Home

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  46. I recently reread Charlie and the Chocolate Factory! (one of my childhood favorites)

    thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. Touch of Frost by Jennifer Estep.

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  48. I was just reading 'Oh the Places You'll Go' to Alysia.

    The Rafflecopter calls me 'Margot' since it is accessing my facebook where I am 'Margot C __' and is connected to this email:

    annazed10 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  49. Recently, I read "The Polar Express", one of my favorite children's books!

    -Rachael Henzman

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  50. I read A Perfect Pet for Peyton over the weekend.
    Thank you for this giveaway.
    :)Jeanne B.T.

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  51. Thanks for the giveaway! I recently read Liesl and Po by Lauren Oliver.

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  52. I have read so many books to kids lately. The last one was The Berenstain Bears go to the Dentist.

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  53. prince of wolves by quinn loftis

    Froggy

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  54. I haven't read the entirety of it, but because my son is part of the "Reading at Home" Program through school, I sometimes read the books he chooses along with him. His latest is "The Emperor Strikes Back."

    Thanks!

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  55. Recently I had the pleasure of review a wonderful childrens book called Oscar by Jordan Troutt and Sarah Preston. It was wonderful! Great pictures and an awesome funny story. My son really enjoyed it!

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  56. The children book I read recently would be Artemis Fowl. It's enjoyable. :-)

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  57. I've recently read Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babitt. It was OK, but I expected it to be more interesting.

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  58. We keep coming back to the Big Green Book of the Big Blue Sea, which has experiments even my littles can do. So much fun.

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  59. I just read Ben Franklin of Old Philadelphia with my kids, and it is a non-fiction biography. It was absolutely fascinating. You can see my book review here:

    http://darlenesbooknook.blogspot.com/2012/05/book-review-ben-franklin-of-old.html

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  60. Re-reading Harry Potter again.

    Malvina Beatrice

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  61. the kids i sit for love tickle monster. i've read it a bunch lately, and luckily it's a fun book : )

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  62. Recently read Eve Hallows and The Book of Shrieks and loved it :)

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  63. I haven't read any lately but am looking forward to spending the summer back home and spending time with my nieces and nephews as we often read together. Dinosaur books are always a hit.

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  64. I recently read The Sorcerer's Apprentice.

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  65. By children's book do you mean chapter book or picture book? picture book that I have read recently would be Poor Puppy by Nick Bruel. the latest chapter book would be the Bartimaeus Trilogy book 1 by Jonathan Stroud. There are so many good ones out there. . .

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  66. Oops sorry, I thought the Books you would choose option was supposed to be a comment, so i'll do options 2 and 3 here.
    I'd love to win The Ranger's Apprentice by John Flanagan and Chasing the Falconers by Gordon Korman.

    As for what I've read recently, I've recently read Quidditch Through the Ages.

    Debbie W.

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  67. Children's Book--Luke and the Super Bully

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  68. i've read "Where's my Mommy?" to my niece just the other day. :) it's about a baby dinosaur looking for his mommy :)

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  69. My daughter (age 6) and I just recently discovered the insanely hilarious "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!" by Mo Willems. No exaggeration, we both had tears streaming down our face from laughing so hard. Giggle moments like that? Hands down, the best part about being a mommy!
    Tracy Awalt Juliano

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  70. i've read the poison diaries:)

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  71. What an awesome contest.
    I would love to win.
    I've been itching to get my 5 month old the new Jane Eyre Baby Lit.
    What have I read recently?
    I recently read Madeline for the first time.
    It's sweet and I want to get my daughter the board book version.
    Thanks for the awesome contest.

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  72. My daughter just read The Dork Diaries series. (Les Johnson)

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  73. I read The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann

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  74. I read The Very Hungry Caterpillar to my son every morning!

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  75. Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons by Eric Litwin and James Dean. The song and story download for this and the other Pete the Cat books are at http://www.harpercollinschildrens.com/feature/petethecat/

    Believe me these are awesome!

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  76. I just read one about a fish, but I cannot remember the name. The pictures were gorgeous though.

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  77. My younger one is in love with Sometimes I Like to Curl Up in a Ball...so I've been reading it a lot lately :)

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  78. We have been reading through the Ripley's believe it or not books.

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  79. I read Sisters Grimm and it was amazing!

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  80. I recently read The Call by Michael Grant.

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  81. I recently read The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann and adored it. I also read Always Neverland by Zoe Barton recently and it's a great spin-off of Peter Pan :]

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  82. My most recent read was The Invisible Island (An A-Z Mystery) by Ron Roy. Thanks for the giveaway! ;)

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  83. I just read the Lost Hero by Rick Riordan.

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  84. A picture book called Little dragon and the magic wagon. I read it to my nephew and he loves it. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  85. I think that this book looks really good - maybe like the Hunger Games.


    City of Lost Souls

    Add to basket $19.49 Save $4.76 (19%) RRP $24.25

    By: Cassandra Clare
    Published: 08 May 2012
    Format: Paperback

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