Win Holiday Books for the Family

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With the holiday right around the corner, you will be looking for fun gifts for the family and for friends. If you are looking for great books for little ones, check out these fun titles- these classics will be read and re-read for years to come.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Crochet (Thunder Bay Press; $24.99; Ages 3 and up): From bouncing Bumbles to Yukon gold, you’ll love these adorable amigurumi figures from the classic television special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer! This cheerful kit contains all the materials you’ll need to create Rudolph and Santa. Colorful photos and step-by-step directions in the 76-page instruction book will also guide you through crafting the Bumble, Charlie-in-the-Box, Dolly, Spotted Elephant, Hermey, Moonracer, Mrs. Claus, Clarice, Sam the Snowman, and Yukon Cornelius. Warm up your crochet hook for this group of charming holiday characters!
T.E.A.M. Rudolph and the Reindeer Games (Silver Dolphin Books; $17.99; Ages 3-7): We all recall the most famous reindeer of all. But how much do you know about the story of the Reindeer Games and the other eight reindeer? Well, now you can know the whole story, meet the rest of Santa’s trusted reindeer, and learn what it means to be on T.E.A.M. Rudolph!
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Pop-Up Book (Silver Dolphin Books; $19.95; Ages 3-5)Start a new holiday family reading tradition with this delightful pop-up retelling of the beloved Christmas story. Just in time for its 50th anniversary, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is now a stunning pop-up book, a treasure for generations to come. All of the classic characters join Rudolph for his North Pole adventure: Hermey the elf/aspiring dentist, Yukon Cornelius, and the doe-eyed Clarice. The impressive large-scale pop-ups re-create classic scenes using actual movie stills. Fly along with Rudolph, join in the reindeer games, flee from the Abominable Snow Monster, visit the Island of Misfit Toys, and save Christmas one foggy night. Most importantly, be touched by the timeless story of acceptance and the true meaning of the holiday spirit.

One of you can win copies of these great books- just enter using the RC form below.
Good luck, ends Dec. 26, 2017.
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  1. I would give these to my littles!

  2. Philip Lawrence says

    I would give the Christmas Books to my grandchild.

  3. My youngest would enjoy this!

  4. Gina Ferrell says

    I would give this to my Godchild.

  5. Donna Clifford says

    A friend

  6. I would give this to my 2 daughters.

  7. I would give this to my nephew.

  8. Paula Hafner says

    I would give this to my son if I won.

  9. I would love to keep these to read with my own children.

  10. Anne Higgins says

    This prize would be happily shared by our wonderful grandchildren.

  11. Laura Emerson says

    I would give this to my daughter.

  12. I would give this to my granddaughter.

  13. I would give this to my great nephew. Thank you

  14. Jeremy McLaughlin says

    Would give to my nephew.

  15. I would give these to my kids.

  16. Donna Clifford says

    My friend that has very young children

  17. To my daughter.

  18. I would give this to my niece.

  19. I would give these to my niece.

  20. This would be for Emily!

  21. I would give these to my daughter.

  22. Sara Perrera says

    I would give these to my son.

  23. I would gift them to my kids

  24. Alexandra Y says

    I would give this to my daughter.

  25. susan smoaks says

    i would give this to my son, he will love it.

  26. I would give this to my grandson.

  27. I don’t know if I “followed” you right . I don’t know how on Periscope. – I did share a story on Facebook. You said to speak your mind, so here goes: I have to admit that I would NOT have entered this giveaway if I knew I had to jump so many hoops! Plus some of the links I had to copy paste and find, I had to do more than once!! I felt like I had to do the giveaway tools and then participate in the giveaway!!
    All I did was want to win a couple of books for my grandkids – not be your PR manager to all these different sites! I will no better next time!!

    • Hi Sue- Those were all optional entries. No one forced you to do any of them. These are all VERY basic entries on almost all giveaways on nearly all blogs. Just so you “know” better for next time. Sharing (not being a PR anything, very snarky) helps spread the word about the giveaway. And again, were entirely optional, as was the entering itself.
      Thanks for speaking your mind. Now that you “know” how giveaways often work, perhaps you won’t be so rude to the next person whose site you chose enter one on. Have a happy holiday season.

  28. I would love to give these to my grandkids! They are avid readers and listeners! I enjoy sharing these experiences with them. TY

  29. Lauren Becker says

    This would go to my niece and nephew!!

  30. Charlene S. says

    I would give to my niece and nephew.

  31. jennifer cervantes says

    I would give this to my daughter.

  32. Darlene Carbajal says

    My niece!

  33. I would give this to my son!

  34. David Basile says

    For my niece

  35. Jessica Gipson says

    I would gift it to my daughter.

  36. Laura Schrillo says

    I would give this to my niece

  37. I would give the pop-up book to my youngest nephew, and the crochet kit to a friend who loves crocheting. Thank you for the chance to win. Happy holidays!

  38. I would give this to my niece.

  39. I would give them to my son

  40. I would love to win this book for my son
    Thank You for the chance!

  41. I’d give this to my 4 year old grandson – he’d love it

  42. Francine Long says

    I would give them to my sweet grandchildren.

  43. Cathy Burnett says

    This would be a perfect gift for my grandchildren!

  44. I would give these books to my kids.

  45. I’d love it for my kids.

  46. I would give these to my grandsons.

  47. I’d give it to my nieces

  48. I would give this to my twins.

  49. I would give them to my daughters.

  50. Tari Lawson says

    I would give it to my nephew.


  52. I would give this to my niece.

  53. Rosemary Nolan says

    I would give mine to my 2 grandson’s that I am raising.

  54. Lori Walker says

    I’d give to my nephew.

  55. I would gift these to my kids as a gift from their ellf Felfa

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