Monday, May 21, 2012

Giveaway Day!

Giveaway is now closed and a winner has been announced.

Sew Mama, Sew  hosts a fun giveaway day every May. I have enjoyed them for several years already and this year I decided to join the fun.


Today I'm giving away a fun little assortment of sewing supplies.
There's 2¼ yard lace. Seven fat quarters. A dozen Hello Kitty buttons as well as three cards of other buttons and two packs of iron on denim patches.

I'll keep it short and sweet since I know you have hundreds of other giveaways to enter.

To enter all you have to do is leave a comment telling me one of your favorite childhood books.


Winner will be chosen and notified on May 26th. 


This giveaway is open to everyone.

223 comments:

  1. I loved various books by Enid Blyton.

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  2. Heidi, I had a book that was almost wore out when I got it, and I re read that book over and over. wish i had it now.I can still see the worn cover.
    Patti

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  3. I love the 3 investigators. So cool.

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  4. I loved "little house in the big woods" and "on the banks of plum creek." the one in between, "little house on the prairie" just didn't appeal to me as much.

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  5. "Prayer for a Child" by Rachael Field. "Bless this milk and bless this bread. Bless my soft and waiting bed." I read it to rags, then read it to my daughters, and purchased one for each of them when they had children.

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  6. Ity Bity Raindrop was my favorite book

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  7. I loved reading the old Nancy Drew stories, Little House on the Prairie books and books about the lives of saints (I was in Catholic School gr 1-5). Looking at what I read I really read quite an assortment. Take care...Sharon

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  8. I would love to be entered in your giveaway....one of my all time favorite childhood books was "The Five Little Peppers and How They Grew." I still get a warm feeling inside remembering my mom reading to me from that book. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  9. I've loved reading since I learned how at the age of three. Yes, I was three; I suppose it helped having older brothers in school by that point, and wanting to do "homework" because they were. You know what kids are like for wanting to do what the "big kids" are doing. ;)

    Anyway, I rarely find a book I don't enjoy. I read Roald Dahl, Charles Dickens, Enid Blyton, Beatrix Potter, Hans Christian Anderson, and many others in my childhood, and still enjoy them today. But my absolute favourite book has always been "A Little Princess" - it's still my favourite today!

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  10. I am a self-described book addict. My mother started me on this path, and because of this I could list pages upon pages of books I've enjoyed, but I won't. I will list some series: The Little House on the Prairie, and Anne of Green Gables, I enjoy reading these to my children,too. My girls (5 and 8) like the American Girl books.

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  11. I loved louisa May Alcott's books, as well as Enid Blyton's work as a child. I believe that me and my sisters read every single childrens' book there was in our local library!

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  12. I guess I was a tomboy! My favorite childhood book was "Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel." And I still have it! audiodropzone at gmail dot com

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  13. We have lots of favorite books, but love to read silly ones like Chocolatina and Llama Llama Red Pajama over and over and over! :)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. Now that's asking alot to have to remember that far back. My mind has gone blank and I can't think of any right now but I did and do read alot

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  15. Clip Clop - about a horse that wants shoes.
    JennE

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  16. Goodnight Moon was always my favorite.

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  17. my favourite book from my childhood is seven spiders spinning by gregory maguire (author of wicked)... surprisingly i love his adult books now too!

    you can reach me at supersharmie at gmail dot com :)

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  18. I always love those Nancy Drew books. Fun giveaway!

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  19. One of my favorite books was Indian in the Cupboard :)

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  20. I love the Little Miss and Mr Men books by Roger Hargreaves :)

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  21. One of my favorite books growing up was Ratha's Creature.

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  22. I'm Spanish so my favorite childhood book was Ardilla va a patinar which translates as Squirrel goes ice skating. Much cuter in spanish I assure you.

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  23. sylvester and the magic pebble=thanks!

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  24. Some of my favourite books as a child were the 'Adventure' series by Willard Price. I must have read them so many times!

    Thank you for doing this giveaway! It's a lovely way to 'meet' new blogs.

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  25. I was a huge Nancy Drew fan and also loved the Wrinkle in Time series. Thanks for the chance to win!

    ravensrascals (at) gmail (dot) com

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  26. I loved the Little House on the Prairie books. I read them so many times!

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  27. I was a huge Nancy Drew fan but my all time favorite book was "Green Eggs and Ham" by Dr. Seuss

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  28. hi your welcome to mine's also i will liked to be included i lived in holland is that possible..?

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  29. Pippi Longstocking! Thank's for the chance.

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  30. Lucinda the Mule...my favorite.

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  31. My all-time favorite has to be "A Child's Garden of Verse". Mom read this book to me back in the early 1960's and it started me on a love of reading to this day! She read the book to my children when they were little and still has the book for the next generation to enjoy!

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  32. I always loved Charlotte's Web. :)

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  33. I always loved the Archie comic books...my fave!

    Mary
    iammaryburke@gmail.com

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  34. My favorite book as a child was Heidi.

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  35. My favorite was Scuppers, the Sailor Dog.

    Love your blog---it's a sunny spot in my day.

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  36. My very favorite childhood book was Rags The Firehouse Dog.

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  37. Great assortment of items! I love anything by Dr. Seuss :)

    Julia @ Stars&Sunshine
    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  38. I loved Dr. Seuss books when I was little.

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  39. i loved the Secret Garden adn read many many times as a child.
    kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  40. My favorite as a child was the Saggy Baggy Elephant, the local librarian gave it to me when I kept asking for a library card every week, I was too young so she gave me a book. Boy did I treasure it. Thanks.

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  41. Abel's Island. I still like to read it from time to time.

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  42. I loved the classics-Heidi, a Little Princess, the Secret Garden

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  43. The Little Brute Family

    handmadebytracie (at) gmail (dot) com

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  44. Little Women was my favorite book when I was a child. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  45. Love your notions. We call it haberdashery here in the UK!! Fav book from childhood - Nancy Drew mysteries. Mom would read them outloud until I got hooked enough to read them myself!!

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  46. Oh gosh to many to choose from. I loved Enid Blyton, the little house series and soooo many more


    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. I had a book of fairy tales that I loved. It was my aunt's and had beautiful illustrations. They were unusual fairy tales and unfortunately when my husband and I got married, a lot of my stuff was sent to auction and this book must have been in the stuff that got sold. I don't know the author so I can't replace it.

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  48. I love any children's book by Eric Carle. as I child i read Dr. ;Suess all the time. thanks.

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  49. I loved anything by Enid Blyton - especially the Famous Five!

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  50. My favorite childhood book was The Boxcar Children! I loved that the characters were going around making stuff they needed out of cast-offs - wonderful.

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  51. Oh lots of goodies!!! yay!

    I honestly can't think of one of my childhood books BUT my girls aren't grown up yet and I can tell you which books I've enjoyed reading to them.

    The Bear Snores On (and all the other bear books in the series) by Karma Wilson.

    They are a dream to read aloud and I just love them.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  52. Outside over there by Maurice Sendak. It was an inspiration for my later favorite movie- The Labyrinth. Both are wonderful!

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  53. I loved The Velveteen Rabbit. I still think it's a great book! Thanks for the generous giveaway.

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  54. I love The Old Man and The Afternoon Cat.

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  55. My favourite book was Anne of Green Gables.

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  56. where the wild things are ..hands down! :) raineoc@yahoo.com

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  57. Great stuff. Redhood and the wolf - like "Rødhette og ulven" would be one of my favorite. The last in between " in in Norwegian.

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  58. I loved the Bobbsey Twins series. I couldn't get enough of them.

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  59. Ah, that is such a cute idea! Let me see, my favorite was always "A Hice of Busy Bees"...

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  60. I loved all the Black Stallion books.

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  61. One of my favorite childhood books was the picture book Corduroy about a little stuffed bear.

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  62. As a small child, we wore out One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. As an older child, I loved Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.

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  63. I say yay for sewing goodies!

    My favorite books when little were The Giant's Shoe, The Hungry Thing, and when older anything by L.M. Montgomery.

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  64. I love the Froggy series!
    Mrs.Hearts
    www.busyhandsquilts.blogspot.com

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  65. Laura Ingalls Wilder books. Nothing else came close!

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  66. My favorite books from when I was a kid were the Babysitter's Club Series. Owned them all at one point!

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  67. my favorite childhood book was the little engine that could. In fact I need to get a copy for my daughter!

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  68. The Black Stallion series, Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators series, all the books by Walt Morey and my favorite was The Golden Mare. I read alot as a kid. Thanks for the chance!!!

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  69. I really liked this book called Amber Brown is not a Crayon, about a girl whose best friend moves away :)


    eleshadavis@hotmail.com

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  70. Albert Payson Terhune's stories about his home, "Sunnybank, Home of Lad" and all the books about his collies. Those were my favorites as a child, though they weren't considered 'children's books.'

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  71. I had three favourite books when I was growing up: The Magic Faraway Tree, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe.

    :) debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  72. My favorite book was the cat in the hat.

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  73. My favorite stories to read to my kindergarten kids is Leonardo the Terrible Monster by Mo Willems. My favorite story from my childhood is the secret garden by Frances Hodgeson Burnett.
    What a fun collection of notions to share with others. thanks for participating in the giveaway hop.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  74. One of my favorites was The Little Red Hen.

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  75. I loved the entire Little House series, and now my daughter does too, so I get to read it again and again!

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  76. Favorite childhood book is I Love You Forever...it always makes me cry. Thanks for the chance!

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  77. I loved all the Black Stallion books. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  78. I loved my Disney Mother Goose book so much as a child that I had to buy one for my son when he was born 5 yrs ago.

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  79. I love sewing notions! My favorite childhood book was Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel. Thanks!

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  80. One of my favorite childhood books is Heidi:) I so wanted to eat goat cheese when reading it. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

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  81. lOVE the kitty buttons!!!! My favorite books were Childcraft encyclopedias...brought them everywhere! Still have them- my son is now reading them! so fun! I also love the Little House series and have just finished reading it with my DD! Books are amazing aren't they?

    There is a great new series of board books my kids loved by Amy Wilson sanger based around food - like Hola Jalapeno and My first book of Sushi. the rhymes are great and the images are fantastic collages she has made. Check them out!

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  82. I loved the Laura Ingalls Wilder books and Beverley Clearey! Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

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  83. I enjoyed Beverly Cleary, in particular the Ramona books. I also liked Laura Ingalls Wilder.

    Have you ever read Milly Molly Mandy? Cute book(s)

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  84. My favorite childhood book is "Alice in Wonderland." I've even made an "Alice in Wonderland" quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

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  85. I loved the Little Princess and struggled along with Sara Crewe over and over. The book is now free through BLIO.

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  86. I can't believe how many of everyone's favorites I also read and loved as a child. I think the book I wore out, though, was "The Wind in the Willows."

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  87. Loved the Lio The Witch and the Wardrobe and still do

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  88. I read the 'Little House' series so many times, none of my books still have the covers. I bought my daughter her own set a few years ago & I can't wait until she is old enough to enjoy them... xo

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  89. I loved "Harriet the Spy" as a child, and "On the Banks of Plum Creek". Thanks for the chance to win these great goodies!

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  90. I loved reading Nancy Drew Mysteries.

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  91. What a difficult question- I read constantly and still do. Maybe the Anne of Green Gable books.

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  92. Oh great giveaway!! I loved Bridge to Teribithia and Harriet the Spy.

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  93. Thanks for the great giveaway - My favorite children's book is Frindle by Andrew Clements. (and I am a school librarian, so I should know - ha ha!)

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  94. My favourite childhood book would have the be The Hungry Caterpillar! Best book ever! Maybe one day I will be so inspired to make a quilt featuring the Hungry Caterpillar himself :-) Thanks for the chance to win - love the Hello Kitty buttons, perfect for my niece who is half Japanese :-)

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  95. I loved "there is a monster at the end of this book". I loved it so much that I passed that love down to my kids and my neices. thanks for the give a way

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  96. My favourite book when I was a child was A Wrinkle in Time. It is a "tween" age book.

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  97. i loved a book called "heckedy peg" you should totally read it, it is kinda like a fairy tale or fable with a happy ending

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  98. I loved Mrs. Piggle-wiggle. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  99. Enid Blyton Secret Seven series. It wasn't until I grew up I discovered the Swallows and Amazon series and wished I'd read them as a kid.

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  100. The Secret Garden was a favorite. And of course all the Nancy Drew books. I wish I had saved them, I would re-read them all :)

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  101. One of my favourite childhood books was The Trumpet of the Swan by E. B. White.

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  102. "Where the Wild Things Are"...I'd check it out of the library every time my grandmother took me there.

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  103. my favorite childhood book was a collection of stories and poems--don't remember the title. still have it and enjoy sharing it with my grandchildren now. thanks for the opportunity and have a great day

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  104. As a child and until today I love books from Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne from the Green Gables was my first one!
    Thank you for this wonderful giveaway!

    Ivana

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  105. • • • I remember reading the Trixie Belden books.

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  106. I love Alice in Wonderland! Thanks.

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  107. I loved anything by Enid Blyton, I wanted to be in the Famous Five!

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  108. Anne of Green Gables was my favourite.

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  109. I loved the very hungry caterpillar, i read it to my kids now

    knightmom03@gmail.com

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  110. My favorite book to read was Little Women. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  111. Anne of Green Gables is a favorite. Great giveaway, and I love your blog design :-)

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  112. I love the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

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  113. My favourite childhood book was "But No Elephants!" by Jerry Smath. I even purchased one from Ebay when my son was born because my copy got destroyed in a basement flood. I love this book and we still read it now! (My son is 7)

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  114. I think the "Little House on the Prairie" books were my favorites as a child...although, we can't forget "The Boxcar Children" books, either. Oh did I ever want to find an abandoned boxcar in the woods to have adventures in! lol

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  115. I loved all of Astrid Lindgren's books, especially Pippi Longstocking!

    Thank you for a lovely giveaway!

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  116. I always loved A Secret Garden. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  117. My favourite childhood book was The Lorax.

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  118. Oh, I LOVE the HK buttons!!! My favorite childhood book is The Polar Express by Chris VanAlsburg. jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  119. I loved all of the Little House books and Nancy Drew.

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  120. I loved the Famous Five, and the Narnia series.

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  121. Little Women and the Little House books.

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  122. My favorite books were, What Katy Did, and, What Katy Did Next. I read them over and over. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  123. I liked the Little House on the Prairie series. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  124. Jellybeans for Breakfast was my favorite book as a child :)

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  125. I read and reread the Little House books as a child. I am now a pre-school storyteller so my list of favorite picture books is huge.

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  126. I loved reading The Cocnut Island Twins and when I went to Mauritius it felt as though I was back with the twins when I saw all the sugar cane!

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  127. love your column would love to be entered for your nice give a away!
    Rachel

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  128. I loved Winnie the Pooh! Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway. Wow I hope I win!

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  129. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein - I still love it now as an adult!

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  130. My favorite book was Emily of New Moon by L. M. Montgomery.

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  131. So many good stories to choose from! My favorite would have to be "Misty of Chincoteague" - she had to read it so often that 50 years later Mom can still quote it by heart.

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  132. Well when I was really little it would be one fish two fish, but when I was a bit older and reading on my own it would be the American girl series!

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  133. So many good books. My 1st grade granddaughter and I just finished 3 books about the Library Mouse. Good story, Loved the pictures. Fun. Thanks.

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  134. I love this day, because that's how I found your blog (and many others) years ago! Your stories are so good. My favorite book - since age 5! - is Little Women. With a baby girl, I see a use for Hello Kitty buttons in the future...

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  135. I love children's books. So many to choose from, but There's an Alligator Under My Bed is a Classic.

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  136. I don't remember my favourite book but one that I used to read to my son was Peepo.

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  137. My favorite childhood book was The Poky Little Puppy!

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  138. Easy question, The Velveteen Rabbit. Sometimes I still look at it.

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  139. Im on here just to pretty much say hello and stop by, but the best of luck to everyone with this contest. Richard

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  140. i loved nancy drew and hardy boys

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  141. Only one? Oh my! Um, Little Women has probably had the highest number of re-readings, but there were so many I loved!

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  142. I loved the stories, and still do, about Saltkråkan by Astrid Lindgren (the author of Pippi Longstocking).

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  143. I loved the Ugly Duckling as a child.

    anna [at] 64 color box [dot] com

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  144. I liked (and still do) the book Phantom Tollbooth

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  145. All the Little House books!

    steeplechaser29 at yahoo dot com

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  146. Klippity Klop by Ed Emberley. Truly one of the best books around. If you find it, buy it. You will love it and so will any children in your life.

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  147. Once I discovered The Chronicles of Narnia, they were my favorites. I'm pretty sure before that, I really loved all my Little Golden Books.

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  148. book written by enid blyton, especially the famous five!


    Please come join my giveaway too:
    http://whimsyloft.com/2012/05/may-giveaway/

    Hugs,
    Grace
    whimsyloft (at) gmail (dot) com

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  149. Beatrix potter Pooh and Paddington Bear

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  150. One of my favorite books from my childhood was Black Beauty. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  151. I really liked the books by Enid Blyton. Another favourite was a Dutch book called Kruistocht in spijkerbroek.

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  152. my favorite book?

    it was called Donkey Donkey.

    I have NO IDEA why i loved it so. WEhen i found a tattered copy when my son was small, i bought it and read it to him, also.

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  153. ohh the lace and the hello kitty buttons! oh my oh my oh my sooo adoooraaablllleee!! where did you get them? >< i want to look to it even if i dont win...anyways...childhood books..gosh theres so many...definitely loved all dr suess...and coordiroy i think it was...yep i think dr seuss does it! hehe thanks so much for the post! ^^

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  154. Thad Owen by Hazel Wilson! Growing up as a young lad so many equestrian books were targeted primarily towards girls. Thad Owen featured a boy as the main character. The first time I read Thad Owen I loved it and I have read it many times since! :)

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  155. Winnie the pooh! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  156. Little Lulu was my favorite book as a child. I am a new quilter and would love to win your great giveaway.
    Thank you for the opportunity

    Sandy

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  157. The Queen Who Stole the Sky - Written by Jennifer Garrett, Illistrated by Linda Hendry

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  158. Thank you for your lovely prize, for making it easy to enter and for your question!! My favorite childhood book is "Miss Suzy". I swear I had it memorized by the time I was 2 and everyone thought I could read because I knew it by heart!! LOL!!

    My contact info is: scrapgirl1467 (at) yahoo (dot) com

    Have a wonderful day,
    Maureen

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  159. One of my favorite books is the Lorax by Dr Seuss. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  160. Thanks for giveaway. My favorite book is the 3 little pigs as it teaches that wisdom can save your life.
    God bless
    Sandra
    gml448@yahoo.com

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  161. When I was real young my favorites were: Millions of Cats, Angus and the Duck, and Georgie the Ghost books
    As I got older I like the Beverly Cleary books
    As a teen my mom introduced me to the Jalna series and I really liked those.

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  162. My favorite childhood book was A Little Golden Book called Little Mommy, illustrated by Eloise Wilkin. I remember sitting for the longest times looking at all of the beautiful pictures. It's about a little girl playing with her dolls. So cute!
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
    jackieinmi67@gmail.com

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  163. Emmett Otters jugband christmas was my favorite!! mjalfano19@gmail.com

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  164. My favorite childhood book was Little Black Sambo. I know that is not politically acceptable anymore and I certainly wouldn't want to offend, but it was a darling story.

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  165. I loved Arabian Nights and Black Beauty. I think I wore the covers off those two reading and retracing them!

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  166. I loved Tikki Tikki Tembo! Such a fun book, and a favorite of mine. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  167. Redhood and the wolf would be one of my favorite :)

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  168. I liked the Pinkerton books by Steven Kellog. :)
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  169. I loved all the Nancy Drew mystery books. Great giveaway!

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  170. Pollyanna.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  171. Wow! This contest got a lot of interest. Just reading the comments makes me want to go read the ones that are new to me and reminds me of ones I haven't thought about for years. I loved Anne of Green Gables, The Bobbsy Twins and The Hardy Boys, but probably most of all Nancy Drew. Also Babar the Elephant. Can't leave out Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass. Miss your blog when you don't have time to write, but understand how busy you must be. Please don't give me the sewing notions, I have drawers full! Just wanted to join in the fun. Thank you for your lovely writing.

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  172. I absolutely loved The Island of the Blue Dolphins. Last year I checked out the audio book from the children's section of the library to hear the story again. It's fab. So is your giveaway!

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  173. I loved the Enid Blyton school stories, plus the Happy Hollisters.

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  174. Oh man. I was/am a book nerd. Hard to narrow it down.

    I loved Caddie Woodlawn. The Giver by Lois Lowry. The True Story of Charlotte Doyle. Hatchet by Gary Paulsen.

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  175. I loved Dr Suess. thanks for the chance to win

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  176. I love reading the Famous five books by Enid Blyton.Thanks for the giveaway.
    anghhong(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  177. I loved The Boxcar Children series. :)

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  178. I loved The Haunting of Hiram :)

    kate1485 at hotmail.com

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  179. I loved Sophie's stories by Segur Countess

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  180. I loved the Anne of Green Gables series.

    winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  181. Charlotte's WEb
    thanks
    staceysgroups(at)gmail(dot)com

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Thank you so much for taking time to comment. I love hearing your thoughts.