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The Nutt Family Giveaway March 20th

on March 6, 2012

Want to win a free copy of my newest children’s book, The Nutt Family:  An Acorny Adventure?  To enter just post a comment below that answers this question:

What was your favorite children’s book?

Two winners will be chosen at random on March 20th to receive a FREE paperback copy of my latest book.  Good luck!  This books is also available on kindle for $2.99….click the cover to buy now.



9 responses to “The Nutt Family Giveaway March 20th

  1. Stephanie says:

    My favorite children’s book has to be ‘Love You Forever’. I got both of my boys a copy of that before they were born and it’s still one of the best ways to get my toddler to sleep, I rock him and sing the song from the book. 🙂

  2. I grew up reading Laura Ingalls Wilder books–Little House on the Prairie, and just loved them so much. My son’s favorite is Mortimer by Robert Munsch, and I’ve read more Dr Seuss books than I care to count, Horton Hears a Who being one of my favorites.

  3. Newme says:

    My favorite was “Mr Willowby’s Christmas Tree”. I loved it so much I had a book store hunt down a copy so I could read it to my children. (That was back in the day before we could find these things ourselves online.) I also loved The Cat in the Hat.

  4. Eric Deckard says:

    My favorite childrens book is Fart Tart Freddy and The Magical Fruit That Makes Yout Toot 🙂

  5. meizac says:

    I don’t know that I could possibly choose just one. I think I’ll go with the Amelia Bedelia books or Frog & Toad.

    Now, my favourite one to read to my daughter is Along Came You.

  6. huffyron says:

    Hmm, what a tough question! When my husband and I were very young, we both loved anything written by Dr. Seuss.

    Now both our sons love Dr. Seuss books, The Berenstain Bears and ‘Goodnight Moon’. Oh wait, other well loved books are ‘Corduroy’, ‘Clifford the Big Red Dog,’ ‘Stellaluna’, ‘The Rainbow Fish’, ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’, ‘The Big Hungry Bear’, ‘Verdi’, and anything by Shel Silverstein or Jack Prelutsky.

    I could go on and on. I guess we really love children’s books.

  7. Kayla Evans says:

    It is nearly impossible to just name one childrens book that I loved, especially now that I have a toddler and I am reading many of them again. I loved the Julie of the Wolves series, as well as the Little House on the Prarie series…and while I was pregnant I would read Where the Wild Things Are and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs to my daughter in utero…LOL

    Right now my favorite book to read to my little girl is called “eensy weensy spider” by Mary Ann Hoberman. It is essentially an extended and much more fun version of the Itsy Bitsy Spider…She also has a few others that are like this one…(Miss Mary Mack is one of them)

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