Monday, January 24, 2011

Monday Giveaway: Set of 3 DwellStudio Touch + Feel Board Books

UPDATE: Congrats to our winner, Sarah S, who entered here and on our Facebook page! Check back next Monday for another giveaway!

What were your favorite books growing up as a child? Tell us below for a chance to win a set of 3 DwellStudio board books. Remember to enter on Facebook to increase your chances of winning!


 A randomly chosen winner will be announced tomorrow morning.

 Some of my favorites: Corduroy, One Morning in Maine, Bread and Jam for Frances. Also, I have to confess I still re-read the Little House and Betsy-Tacy books at least once a year.

25 comments:

bethany said...

I love the snowy day by Ezra Jack Keats

Alyssa said...

I also love House for Hermit Crab by Eric Carle

Zita said...

When I was 6, we moved to a small town in Hungary with my parents and sisters. As we arrived we found a pile of books the previous owner left for us. One of them was a book about a lonely little boy, who is very scared of everything. He loves looking at pictures of lions and the next day when he wakes up there is a small lion in his bedroom. With the help of the lion he becomes strong and brave and is able to finally make friends. When I read the book 26 years ago, I immediately identified with the character, since I was also worried about making friends at the new school. I read the book until it was in pieces. A few years ago I found the same book at a bookstore and bought it thinking that if I have a child I would someday read it to them. Today I read it every day to my daughter who is in love with it just as I was. The book's title is 'Laci and the Lion'; I wish it was translated to English - it is such a treasure!!!

kiwi said...

Dr. Seuss' There's a Wocket in My Pocket

NSMOM said...

I loved Curious George and Babar. Thanks, Maureen (jnomaxx at hotmail dot com)

tressa housen said...

cat in the hat! Any Dr. Seuss book though really, love the rhyming

D said...

Beatrix Potter - especially Appley Dappley's Nursery Rhymes

The C Family said...

My favorite was the Sesame Street book "There's a Monster at the End of this book". I can't wait to read it to my 10 month old son when he's a little older!

Carolyn said...

My favorite books were "The Mitten", "Amelia Bedelia" books, and the "Frances" books

rebarose said...

All time fave: "I am a bunny" (a Golden Book by Ole Risom and Richard Scarry.

Amanda H. said...

I loved Little Golden Books, I had one about Baby's First Birthday that I loved! I still have it and when you read it, you can definitely tell it was written in the 70's the clothes are very retro!

Sarah S said...

I had a book called "Oh what a busy day" that I remember reading over and over. I also loved Green Eggs and Ham.

cheeselesspizzaeater said...

Oh the BEST BOOK EVER is "The Gillgoofang." If I ever see it in print again, I will buy all the copies I find!

aleelavine said...

Goodnight Moon!

coenenc said...

"Ox-Cart Man" by Donald Hall. I was fascinated by the illustrations.

Mary said...

I love Harry the Dirty Dog, Tiki-Tiki-Tembo, Caps for Sale and The Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly.

Ashley S. said...

Little golden books!

EmmaJ said...

I loved the Beatrix Potter stories. The pictures were always so enchanting to me.

carrie said...

I loved Oh Say can you Say by Dr. Seuss.

mags0012 said...

Richard Scary books were some of my favorites.

kdewolf said...

I always liked Amelia Bedelia books were good.

Heidi B said...

The Giving Tree

Kelli T said...

I loved Harold and the Purple Crayon and Where the Wild Things Are.

Marina said...

One of my favorite childhood books was a Sci-Fi title: The Head of Dr. Doyle. There was a heavy political content, but at 8y/o that was a bit over my head. Was very fascinated by the main story line - the head of a brilliant scientist kept alive & able to think & speak for many months after the body was dead.

Jill said...

I love the fleece lined booties, but also love the Razzle Dazzle Pink shoes for my little girl!