Sunday, May 1, 2016

Children's Book Week Giveaway Hop

 
 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a children's book (picture book, middle grade, YA, etc.) of your choice. Good luck!
 


The winner will be notified by email and has three days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.
 
 
 

49 comments:

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  2. My favorite children's book has been Love You Forever by Robert Munsch for a LONG time. No matter how many times I read it, I can't get through it without tears.

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  3. One of my favorite book as a child was The Chronicles of Narnia! It's a classic!

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  4. Love the new book Butters Comes Home by Claudette Melanson.

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  5. Harry Potter series is my favorite because MAGIC!

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  6. All time favorite is Harry Potter series. Ya'll should read it because the story is really beautiful and it teaches a lot of lessons about family,friendship even about love.

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  7. Growing up Iloved the Goosbumps series because they were so much fun to read and some used to scare the bejeezes out of me!

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  8. I enjoyed all of the Little House on the Prairie books. Kids can learn what it was like to live in the 1800s.

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  9. Children book: Le Petit Prince. I've read it so many times and every time I learn something new!

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  10. My favorite is Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. I grew up loving Alice and I still can't get enough

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  11. I really loved the Chrestomanci books by Diana Wynne Jones. They're magical and very funny!

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  12. Harry Potter, because it appeals to all ages!

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  13. My favorite is called Nancy and Plum by Betty MacDonald, and it takes kids to simpler times but shows there were still struggles. Characters to love and loathe.

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  14. The most recent children's book I've read thatthat I really enjoyed was Bad Luck. It's an adventurous book full of mystery that I found quite entertaining. Why should you read it? Well, I initially read it because it was given to me to review, but I did enjoy it. So if you want something to read that will make you laugh while keeping you engaged, without adult drama, grab Bad Luck.

    As a kid my favorite and most worn-out book was Disney's Cinderella. I still have my original copy despite the stains and torn binding. I love the idea that despite a bad situation, it can turn around at any moment.

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  15. My favorite children's book is Harry Potter! We should read it because it is fun and really keeps you turning the pages!

    Deborah

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  16. Harry Potter because it's the best!

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  17. One of my favorites is the secret of nimh, I read this book when I was younger and I still read this to my grandchildren, It has such hope , determination and most of all LOVE of a parent to their child...
    @tisonlyme143

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  18. My favorite children's book is The Giving Tree because it teaches children about selflessness. I loved that book as a child and still do.

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  19. Thanks for the giveaway! I love Robin Hood because he steals from the rich and gives to the poor and I love the time period it is set in. :)

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  20. Ohhh that is hard but I think everyone should read the whole Anne of Green Gable series along with Harry Potter and The Hunger Games :)

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  21. My favorite series is the Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia C. Wrede! It's got dragons and witches and a really badass princess!

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  22. I've always loved the book Heidi. It's so sweet and wholesome.

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  23. I loved I loved Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, Watership Down, and The Hobbit when I was a kid. I don't know why you should read them, but they were my escape books when I was little.

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  24. I loved I loved Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, Watership Down, and The Hobbit when I was a kid. I don't know why you should read them, but they were my escape books when I was little.

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  25. I used to read Chicken Soup for the Soul, I still have those books 😃 for YA, oh my gosh I just like so many, If you like angel books check out Susan Ee Angelfall, really love this series, if you like Demon books check out A&E Kirk Divinicus Nex Chronicles, somgreat and funny and entertaining 😃

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  26. I love November 9 by Colleen Hoover. It will make you laugh and cry. It's just so good!

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  27. My favorite book is The Secret Garden. It introduced me to the world of classics.

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  28. One of my favorite books was The Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. It was one of the first "chapter" books I read. I don't think it's a great book for adults because it's simplistic but it is great for middle school readers :)

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  29. I loved Charlotte's web. It teaches compassion and friendship.

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  30. My favorite storybook to read when I was a child was The Three Billy Goat Gruff.

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  31. YA - Rival by Penelope Douglas. If you love angs, this is what you should read.

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  32. I'm not sure why YA counts as children's book, but in that case, I guess it's ACoTaR. And I can't wait to read ACoMaF :)

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  33. I love charlotte's web! It tells a great story of friendship :)

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  34. One of my favorites growing up was the chronicles of narnia, it's just a classic series and great for young minds.

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  35. My favorite Children's book is One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish. It was the book that I learned to read with. I think everyone should read it because it will make them smile. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway contest. :)

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  36. Bloodlines by Richelle Mead - this is fantastic YA paranormal series :)

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  37. ahhhhhhhhhh there are too many to choose from!!!!!

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  38. The Vampire academy series (YA) - if you're not a teenager any more, but you want to feel like one again, then read it! :)

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  39. I love Are You My Mother? for its sweet story and charming illustrations. I think you all should read it because even after decades, it's still a wonderful story...it definitely has lasting power. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  40. My favorite children's book growing up was The Very Hungry Caterpillar. I loved all of the colors and illustrations.

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  41. I really enjoy the Berenstain Bear books. Bear country is a great place to read about. They offer cute characters with a moral and meaning. Their Christmas book reminds us about the true meaning.
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  42. Any of Enid Blyton's books!! Her writing is superb and all her books are exciting!

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  43. Two that are very special for me are "But No Elephants" and "The Little Engine that Could". My parents read both of those books to me multiple times when I was was very young and I love them still.

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  44. It's cliche, but my favorite are definitely Percy Jackson and Harry Potter series. Those 2 are the books that made me love reading until now!

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  45. One of my favourite children's books is the secret garden.

    Megan @ reading away the days

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  46. My favorite children's book was and still is Pipi Longstocking. It's funny and entertaining and if you haven't you should read it because that one is an evergreen read.

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  47. I love the Little House on the Prairie books because of the historical significance of these books. They encourage children to consider what life was like for American settlers.

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  48. Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein is a wonderfully creative book of poems and awesome illustrations.

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