Monday, March 15, 2010

Monday Giveaway

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Hope you all had a great weekend! Congrats to Trina for winning the custom knobs. I really enjoyed hearing all the different themed rooms of you or your kids! I have to confess that my boys' room has always been a mix of western, firetruck, fish....basically there's not really theme ;)

This week were are giving away something that will encourage your child be the next Jane Austen! This horse diary is super cute, and perfect for that little girl who adores horses. So let your little girl's imagination gallop away as she jots down her dreams in this gracefully illustrated horse lovers journal and diary. Each hardcover lock and key horse diary has 240 colored lined pages and comes with a padlock with two keys.

Here's how to win:

1. Leave a comment on your favorite book as a kid, or your kid's favorite book.
2. Mention how you found this site
3. Check out the Warm Biscuit Bedding Co. to see what other kids books and kids diaries & journals they carry.
4. Make sure I can contact you! Either leave an email address in your comment, or make sure that you have contact information on your blog profile.

You can receive an extra entry towards this giveaway if you link to this give-away in your blog and put that link in your comment. Or Twitter this giveaway and follow me on Twitter.

The give-away is open for entries until Sunday, March 21, at 11:59 PM. Winners will be chosen at random, and announced Monday afternoon. Good luck!


Cassie M said...

My sister's favorite book is pooh bear! She's 3!

windycindy said...

I see that you carry the book that was my favorite as a child ~
"Harry the Dirty Dog!" You carry
a large line of journals, books
and stationery. I found your site doing a google search some time ago.
Thanks and Happy Spring.....

windycindy said...

Again, thanks very much.....

marybelle said...

My favorite book as a child was Black Beauty so how appropriate would this be? I found this site via I visited the Warm Biscuit Bedding Co. site.

Grace said...

My favorite book as a kid was The Secret Garden.

My daugthers current favorite book is a Wrinkle in Time or maybe Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nihm....

I found this giveaway via

gracescotkeith at hotmail dot com

noreen said...

I loved Hiedi, right now my daughter just started reading the Secret Garden and she is loving it!
I follow your blog
I alos love the castle Diary (it has horses too) and the so sweet thumbalina diary

jennifer57 said...

My favorite book from childhood was the penguin that hated the cold.

found thru

Julie said...

I found your blog through Prizey

Julie said...

One of my children's favorite books was Mother Goose

Julie said...

The butterfly diary is also sold there:)

mean green mom said...

My daughter would love this diary- she loves horses.
My fave book as a child was the last unicorn :)

ps. found you on prizey

skipthelaundry said...

Cinderella is my daughters favorite and I like it also.
skipthelaundry at gmail dot com

skipthelaundry said...

I like the diaries and the kitchens they have.
skipthelaundry at gmail dot com

skipthelaundry said...

found your site by
skipthelaundry at gmail dot com

Ginny said...

The boxcar children were my favorite!

Ginny said...

I am a subscriber, that is how I found the site. It has been awhile now, I think since you first started writing it.

tina reynolds said...

I found you on prizey thanks

tina reynolds said...

I loved anything about shel silverstein my son really enjoys me reading them to him too thanks

Kris said...

Goodnight Moon was the hit at my house growing up!
I found you through
I learned you carry stationary which I absolutely LOVE!
(my contact info is on my blog page)

lace said...

I loved these picture books that featured different scenes. There were no words. I wish I could remember what they were called or who they were by, I loved them. All I can remember is that they were hardbacked books that were blue.

Can't remember how I found you initially but I've known about your site for a year or more now. It's wonderful.

Golden books were always great. A set of them would be so fun to have.