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18/10/2014

Storytime Giveaway



For those who have not heard of Storytime magazine I really cannot personally recommend it enough. I am always skeptical when it comes to children's magazines, I have a real dislike of plastic toys and novelty items to sell low content publications but with Storytime it really is all about the content and is crammed fill with lovely age appropriate stories that are perfect for bedtime. A while ago I was sent there first issue and it's been throughly used and we often pick a story from it to read at  bed numerous times a week and for the first time in a longtime I think we are going to subscribe as there are no cheap gimmicks used to sell the magazine and the little man loves it


Children's magazine



So I am really excited to offer one of my readers a 3 month subscription to Storytime along with a copy of Ladybirds "read it yourself" versions of Alice in Wonderland and The Wizard of Oz. The perfect way to get exciting about reading and literacy.


Read it yourself books

It's really easy to enter and this giveaway is a great for anyone with toddler and young children. It ends on the 28th October 2014


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72 comments:

  1. I always loved my Read it Yourselves LadyBird books and one of my favourite stories was The Little Red Hen with Foxy Loxy, Henny Penny, Goosy Lucy etc!

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  2. Loved the Jane Hissy Old Bear books xx

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  3. I always liked the little miss book growing up x

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  4. I always loved the Wind in The Willows Best of all!!Thanks for all your lovely blogs Angel X(Carroll Marsh)

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  5. All the Little Women series by Louisa May Alcott.

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  6. I like all the Enid Blyton books

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  7. The jolly postman and other peoples letters xx

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  8. As many Enid Blyton books as I could get my hands on!

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  9. The snow queen

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  10. i loved the topsy & tim books :)

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  11. the enchanted wood

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  12. Famous Five and Secret Seven books

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  13. I loved Alice in Wonderland, The Railway Children and Little Women when I was younger and I still do now!

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  14. the rough princess

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  15. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

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  16. Mine were Paddington Bear and Charlie and the chocolate factory! What a lovely prize! I haven't spotted this magazine yet - but I have to say I do try and avoid the kids mag area because I have two children and the growing rate seems to be £4 a mag - my two choose solely on the "gift" which always results in tears when the cheap plastic tat breaks within minutes - I'd rather they spent the £8 on a book or toy. I'd love to win for my children, I know they would enjoy reading those two books and the magazine sounds like a refreshing change! Emma x (@beachpebble)

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  17. I had a collection of lady bird books snow white my favourite

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  18. I had a story collection of tales from around the world which was my favourite

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  19. anything by roald dahl but especially matilda

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  20. Alice's adventures in wonderland.

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  21. I loved whinnie the Pooh :D

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  22. The Magic Faraway Tree, I've just bought it for my Daughter too!

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  23. I loved all the Enid Blyton series

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  24. Glenn Marvell-James21 October 2014 at 13:13

    Once I really got into reading it was The Hobbit

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  25. Mrs Pepperpot, loved those books.

    Chloe @ www.bethbear.co.uk

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  26. My favourite book was Plop! The owl who was afraid of the dark :)

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  27. little red riding hood

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  28. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

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  29. The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton

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  30. The Tiger Who Came To Tea

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  31. Enid Blyton , the wishing chair.... Well actually any of hers...

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  32. The Elves and the Shoemaker
    Victoria B

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  33. the magic faraway tree
    claire d

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  34. Mrs Pepperpot and The Emperor's New Clothes ;-)

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  35. I loved any of the Alfie books

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  36. ellie the elephant james harland fb

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  37. The Magic Faraway Tree and Puddledock Farm

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