Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Show & Tell Tuesday - Giveaway!

[The winner from last week's Show & Tell Giveaway is Shelly who said:
I admit I end up buying whatever is on sale as things end up so stained and ruined so quickly. Love Mulberribush though! - Congratulations, Shelly. Please email us at
support@cwdkids.com with the Mulberribush tee(including size) you would like from our current selection at cwdkids.com]

Do you have a tradition of tucking your kids into bed at night and reading from their favorite books as they drift off to sleep? If so, you’ll love our Books to Bed Pajama & Book sets we’ll be featuring this fall.

For boys, there is the classic story of Corduroy, one of the best-loved bears in children’s books. Over the past 40 years, Corduroy’s story of finding a home to call his own has touched the hearts and imagination of children everywhere.

For girls, we’re excited to offer the story of Pinkalicious--a sparkling picture book celebrating all things pink and the little girl who loves pink, pink, and more pink, especially cupcakes.

In fact you don’t have to wait until fall to get your copy of these timeless books. You can win one here! Just leave a comment by June 26 and tell us what books you and your kids love to read and we’ll pick one random winner who will receive a copy of Corduroy or Pinkalicious. Winner will be announced Friday, June 27.

15 comments:

Bridget =) said...

My kids love both those books, and another favorite is Goodnight Moon.

Kathleen @ Katydid & Kid said...

My son is only 3 months old, but we are establishing a routine of reading to him before bed. He loves Dr. Seuss books, as he gets excited when he sees the bold images (kind of defeats the purpose of winding down before bed though!). I'd love to win Corduroy as I remember reading it to a girl I babysat and it was very sweet. Thanks for sharing!

Helen C. said...

We just started reading the Magic Treehouse series each night to our boys (ages 5 & 3). They love these stories! They especially love that each night the story continues and the anticipation of what is to come is very excting for them :)

Tracy said...

I have a 14 month old who LOVES both The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle and Mr. Brown Can Moo by Dr. Seuss. We read them so often that I can recite them from memory!

misty said...

My daughter turns 3 in 4 days, so she really does not have a favorite yet, she likes anything with pictures right now. lol. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

planetmisty at gmail dot com

kamewh said...

My children love reading pretty much anything! Among their favorites are "Go Dog Go!" and "Goodnight Moon."

Thank you for the giveaway!

Deb said...

I think every book in the house is my son's favorite! From "How do I Love You" to "Good Night Moon" and everything in between. He gets to pick out 4 books each night, since he's 4 years old!! :) My 6 month old twins enjoy being in on the action too, tho they seem to prefer the books they can chew on right now!! :)

Amy said...

My youngest (2) loves Goodnight Moon. My older two I read a few chapters from a bigger book. Right now we are loving "The Miraculous Journey Of Edward Tulane." It is wonderful!! Thanks for the giveaway!

babystepstoChina said...

We love reading books together and as little toddlers my children's favorites were the Sandra Boynton books. Now they are a little older and enjoy books with more plot such as Franklin. But Goodnight Moon is always a favorite!

Carlene said...

My daughter is 2 years old and we have been reading to her since she was a few months old. I believe it's because we started early my daughter's developed a true love for books and looks forward to our nightly routine of picking 3-4 books and sitting in her rocking chair reading together before bed. She has a bookcase full of books and her favorites rotate frequently, however, this week we have read "Ella the Elegant Elephant" and "Fancy Nancy" every night...sometimes more than once.

emily_greenfield@yahoo.com said...

We are big fans of Are You My Mother?; Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, and Caps For Sale. Anything will do to put off going to bed!

Loni said...

My daughter loves reading the Gigi, God's Little Princess books and Fancy Nancy books. Now that she has learned to read on her own, her books seem new to her and she loves having them right there on her bookshelf.

Anonymous said...

Our favorite books for bedtime are by Alan Baker. Alan Bakers books are loved by all my children and now my grandaughter alike loves them. He has books such as Gray Rabbits odd one out, White Rabbits color book, and many more with the Rabbits. Our routine is a book every night at least one or more depending on how easy our bedtime ritual was. My daughter used to bring 10 or more books to bed at time. Its so wonderful that they love to read. Our 8 yaer old loves to join in the fun these days to read to his younger sister. We love bedtime thanks to book time.

Mimi Pam said...

What a wonderful idea to have book and pajama sets! We love nursery rhyme books, Arthur books,and Berenstein Bears. It would be so precious to have seasonal books of these for Halloween and Christmas. The Polar Express is a great on too!
Thanks for you beautiful selection of clothing.

Anonymous said...

Have a contest for pictures of kids wearing your clothes

MR X