Monday, March 28, 2011

Giveaway:: The Moon Shines Down

The Moon Shines Down is a charming board book that is big and colorful! Perfect for the little hands in your life! Written by Margaret Wise Brown and in her same playful voice, she creates a fun story to read with your little one!

One winner for this book!

Please leave a comment telling about a favorite childhood book of yours! Comments will be open until Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at 9pm EST.

Disclosure: I received a copy of The Moon Shines Down from Tommy Nelson to review and share with you here. They are providing one giveaway copy. All opinion is mine.

49 comments:

melissa said...

My favorite book is The Little Engine That Could.
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E said...

Richard Scarry books were/are so fun to look at...they have so many details! :-)

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Tim, Allyson, and kids said...

We love Winnie the Pooh at our house
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Linda said...

Ira Sleeps over! So fun to read! lovemylittlefamily at yahoo dot com

Deborah said...

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The Robins Nest said...

The Berenstain Bears!!!!!
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Anonymous said...

My favorite childhood book was The Velveteen Rabbit. Still is!

Jenny Goldsby
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Amy said...

I have so many favorites, but really like Corduroy and Make Way for Ducklings. Thanks for the giveaway! God bless you!
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Lisa @ Simply Things Family said...

I loved anything about Winnie the Pooh.

Kellie said...

Well, it's a little bit of an older children book, but I can't live without the "Little House" series. Laura Ingalls Wilder is an inspiration!

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Michele said...

I have too many favorite children's books. My favorite authors are A.A. Milne, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and Margaret Wise Brown. We have several of Brown's books, but not this one. She always has such a calming tone in her books.

angie said...

I can distinctly remember a book about 2 neighbor boys who could jump from one of their porches to the other to play with one another. I can see in my mind their sandbox, kitchens, etc. But I have yet to find that book again since I can't remember the title...

angie said...

Oops! my email address is: angiechadwell@yahoo.com

*carrie* said...

This looks cute!

I've been enjoying reading The Giant Jam Sandwich again to my kids. Such a fun story!

Anonymous said...

I had to find a copy of Mike Mulligan's Steam Shovel when I was pregnant with my oldest. It's a charming story about how friends aren't disposable. My son loves it too, especially the page that goes: "Crash, slam, bang, blam, louder and louder, faster and faster!"

Jason and Danielle said...

We do love Margaret Wise Brown. Our favorite is Goodnight Moon.

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Mrs. K said...

Our favorite book when my boys were younger was called Freight Train. An idea that someone shared with me was to buy an extra copy of a couple of your children's favorite books when they are little to put away for their children when they are born. Sweet.

ASC said...

My favorite childhood book was Goodnight Moon. I remember my Daddy reading it to me over and over. I loved the illustrations. When I was pregnant with my daughter, my dad gave me a brand new copy for her, in which he wrote a sweet note. Very special, for certain!

Joy said...

Richard Scarry books, and then when I was older, The Boxcar Children series.

Davonne said...

I loved American Girl books, and read the Felicity books over and over again.

LynnMarie said...

The Pokey Little Puppy was my favorite book as a child. Thanks for the give away.

Amanda said...

My favorite book was "Katie and the Big Snow." It was a story about a big snowplow that tried to clear the streets of Geoppolis. One of my favorite memories is of my grandmother reading it to me when I was a little girl.

Christy said...

The Little Engine that Could...I once got in trouble for spending my milk money to buy it.

Abbi said...

I really like the Arch Bible story books. There is another one of ours about Seasons (but I can't remember the name!!) that is really sweet with fun pictures.

Kristin said...

I think one of my favorite books was the Richard Scarry book. It's a well-worn book at our house now too! I'm sure my mom read it to me 100's of times, asking me to find things on the pages!

Thanks for all these give-aways!
Kristin

Sarah @ Ordinary Days said...

A favorite at our house is The Going to Bed Book by Susan Boynton.

Heather said...

I loved the Little House books. I can't pick a favorite!

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Heather said...

My childhood favorite was The Tomten by Astrid Lindgren. The tone is so peaceful and quiet.

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LSort said...

Some of our favorites were the "Little Critter" series
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Jon and Sarah said...

I love Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel.

Anne Marie@Married to the Empire said...

One of my most-treasured favorites was/is The Ordinary Princess by M.M. Kaye. I wound up sharing with my 6th graders when we did a fairy/folktale theme, and they all loved it, including the boys. It was out of print for years, but it's back in print now. :-)

Aubrey said...

The giving tree is my favorite.

the mommy said...

Oh I have so many Brown Bear, Good Night Gorilla, Guess How Much I Love You, but right now the favorite in our house is The Story of Ferdinand...Great book A real Classic.

Leah said...

My favorite book was 'The Big Hungry Bear and the Red Ripe Strawberry'. I still have my childhood copy!

Wendi said...

Corduory is my all time favorite childrens book.

Susan said...

I loved the Little House books!

Colleen said...

My two ultimate faves were Goodnight Moon and Corduroy.

Smith said...

So many favorites, but one that I have been thinking of a lot lately is The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes.

Crystal said...

As a kid all I would read was Dr. Seuss! I loved (and still do) all his books.
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Jen said...

I have the best memories of my mom reading "Charlotte's Web" to me... I have always loved personifying animals, and this is no exception!

This Hamilton House said...

Goodnight Moon! We read that every night here!

Lee said...

I love the Courduroy book. Especially now that I have kids. So sweet.

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mamajhaha said...

I always loved reading fables. (ie: aesop's fables)

MameyJane said...

As an older child, I fell in love with the Anne of Avonlea series, and have also always been an avid fan of the Little House books. I am not reading "Little House In The Big Wood" to my children, and they are hooked!! Thanks for giveaway!

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Kimberly said...

Our kids love Sandra Boyton books.

Brandy said...

I love Brown Bear, Hungry Caterpillar, Goodnight moon.

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Anonymous said...

Goodnight Moon is our favorite. It looks like this one would fit perfectly in our house!

Erin
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Sarah said...

"Little Mommy" is a wonderful Golden Book. It is the favorite at our home!

Anonymous said...

Thank you...
I received this precious book this week! I can nt wait to give it to my sweet nephews tis weekend!
Thank you so much!
Jenny Goldsby