Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Scholastic Video, your favorite books only better!

As a child that grew up loving Reading Rainbow, I can only think of one thing better than a book.. a book on video!

I was soo stinkin excited when I got to review the new release of Scholastic's Storybook Treasures Read-Along DVD series. Each video is comprised of several books in one which is a great way to not only expand your video collection but your book collection in one shot. Connor is at a age right now that he still enjoys me reading to him but he has problems sitting still in my lap to actually hear a whole book out. With the Scholastic Storybook Treasures Read-Along DVDS on the other hand the combination of the book and the pictures keeps his attention.

You may recognize some of the voices of the readers in the video. Scholastic's new DVDS are narrated by many famous actors and musicians. Randy Travis actually is the narrator for Click Clack Moo... how hillarious is that?

My favorite children's book is on DVD too.. Where the Wild Things Are, I'm going to have to buy that one for Connor without a doubt..

Check out all the titles available for purchase on Scholastic.

I have the Chrysanthemum DVD sitting here ready to go home with one lucky reader! Check out the details below on how to win it.

To enter :

  • Leave a comment on this post. Go check out Scholastic's DVDS and look all of their titles. Come back here and let us know which title is your favorite!!
  • No "i want to win" stuff without a little effort (and I do mean little!)
  • Make sure there is a way for me to contact you - if your email address is not on your profile or you are not a blogger you may leave it in your comment or email it to me directly (angelaandconnor at gmail dot com) We have had to disqualify a lot of potential winners as of late as many people do not have emails available in their profiles or leave anonymous posts without any way to contact you.
  • Please US entries only.
  • To get extra credit :
    • For an extra entry :
    • Bloggers - Blog about this contest and leave me the link on your comment, or add me to your sidebar and let me know its there.
    • Non Bloggers (or bloggers) subscribe to my mailing list/RSS feed and earn another entry!
    • One extra credit per person. Please post your extra credit in a separate post.
    • This contest will end March 26th at midnight!

106 Comments:

Mary512 said...

oh I'd love a copy of chicka chicka boom boom... and more fun with letters and numbers. Fantastic giveaway, thanks!

Mary512 said...

blogged ya:

http://mommyland512.blogspot.com/2008/03/wina-copy-of-chrysanthemum-on-dvd.html

thanks again!

Andrea said...

I like Where the Wild Things are too!!!

Andrea said...

I blogged about you here! Great contest as always.

http://mommainflipflops2.blogspot.com/2008/03/dvd.html

jenna said...

Your best giveaway yet! My little guy would love Curious George, hands down.

windycindy said...

Hi, Thank you for another fantastic contest! I like "Harold and the Purple Crayon".....and more great stories to spark the imagination
DVD! Please enter me in your drawing for the adorable "Chrysanthemum" DVD!
I appreciate it.....Thanks,Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

David Mead said...

Love Knuffle Bunny!

Lesha said...

Good Night Gorilla :)

Naomi said...

I like Knufflebunny and Noisy Nora! I think Chrysanthemum's illustrations are adorable.

Steph said...

I like Where the Wild Things Are and Alligators All Around. The Jumbo Box of Storybook Classics contains both those and more... great deal.

krystal said...

Chrysanthemum...and more mouse mayhem is my favorite title.

krystald88@hotmail.com

Shannon said...

The click, clack, moo looks cute.

mverno said...

love curious george for my grandson

staceylea said...

Make Way for Ducklings!! classic!

Cassie said...

Click Clack Moo is one of my son's favorite books. He would like Goodnight Gorilla though and I'm sure Where the Wildthings are would be a favorite. Not sure why we haven't gotten that one at the library yet.

Anonymous said...

We are HUGE Knufflebunny fans in this house...Mo Willems is one of our favorites! We love Kevin Henkes stories too - our copies of Lilly's Purple Plastic purse and Chrysanthemum are well worn!

Thanks!
cathy54321@hotmail.com

bison61 said...

good night gorilla & more great sleepy time stories

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

Marissa said...

I really like Click Clack Moo, but my favorite thing is the HC Anderson Classic Collections... that would be my first purchase, with Click Clack Moo being my second.
Thanks,
Marissa :)
md-sweeps (at) hotmail (d0t) com

Megret said...

It'd either have to be Harold & the Purple Crayon (an old favorite) or Knuffle Bunny (our new favorite). Thanks! ( meg.wilson@gmail.com )

Megan said...

Without a doubt I want the Scholastic Treasury of 100 Storybook Classics! It is a really good price too. One of our local education pbs type channels runs those scholastic book clips and I LOVE them. Thanks for offering this give away.

Bree said...

I love Knufflebunny! Such a cute story!

ky2here said...

Maurice Sendak rocks. Where the wild things R!

fyjules said...

I love Curious George, and Corduroy.

Jennifer P said...

I love Harold and Good night, Gorilla.

Meredith said...

I'd like to see Gnuffle Bunny! I think the read along with DVD idea is super!

Stacey Moore said...

chicka chicka boom boom has always been one of our favorites!! thanks

Erica said...

Curious George of course since that was my fave growing up.

Danielle said...

tikki tikki tembo
dansan826 at yahoo

Toasters said...

Curious George Rides a Bike

JenO said...

Tough choice, I like Where the Wild Things are and Curious George!

nifferjeno at gmail dot com

mae said...

Good night Gorilla!!

Thanks

krakover@hotmail.com

chromiumman said...

where the wild things are

Dumaurier said...

My son loves Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, but any of those DVD's would be welcomed in our house.

penguin28 said...

My favorite is undoubtably Antartic Antics! Anything about penguins rocks in my house!

renee
penguinchick@comcast.net

Becca said...

I haven't read Knuffle Bunny to my daughter yet, but I've heard it's a great book. We'd love to win the DVD version.

cltgrace said...

The Treasury of Classics would be awesome! We love Scholastic 'round our house & have several videos. How fun! Thanks for hosting!

Dove420 said...

Scolastic Treasury of 100 Children's Classics....Count me in please

clc408 said...

All are good, but I really love Curious George.

Kari said...

Where the Wild Things are!!

denyse said...

Shcolastic Treasury of 100 Children's Classics are great.

vboackle said...

clack clack moo looks fun.

Heather said...

Where the Wild Things Are or Curious George Rides a Bike

PS said...

Love Harold and the Purple Crayon, I always loved his imagination!

Anonymous said...

Wow!!

Sharon said...

definitely Where the Wild Things Are thanks...

quiltingreader said...

Curious George Rides a Bike...and a lot more monkeying around

sweetsue said...

My favorite is Harold and the Purple Crayon. I used to read it to my children.

idahomom said...

My kids love Knufflebunny. Thanks for the chance.

Carol said...

I always loved WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE. When my niece was small we used to repeat it from memory when we were in the car. She loved it too.

Sarah S said...

chicka chicka boom boom!
sarah2405 at hotmail dot com

Heather said...

We love HAROLD AND THE PURPLE CRAYON!

Panjo Kids said...

My son LOVES Harold and the Purple Crayon. Great giveaway!

imjasonc said...

We love curious george.

janetfaye said...

My fav is Good Night Gorilla!

Shelly said...

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom would be fun!

Jessie R. said...

Harold and the Purple crayon sound soo cute!

ForeverHis said...

We've read each of these books at least 1,000 times. I love them as much as my kids, but Chrysanthemum is MY absolute favorite!!

123connie said...

Curious George is my son's fave!!!

vmkids said...

Knufflebunny

ruth payne said...

We just love knuffle bunny!

Sundi said...

My kiddos love Curious George!

Danielle said...

Your also on my sidebar!
dansan826 at yahoo.com

FawnGeorge said...

I want to get Scholastic Treasury of 100 Storybook Classics.

Mammalnut2000@yahoo.com

Scrappy Do said...

Make Way for Ducklings!! classic!

Dianna_Ball said...

Oh definitely Good Night Gorilla - I love the illustrations in that book!

dianna_ball@hotmail.com

kristilb19 said...

Curious George rides a bike! My toddler son LOVES George!!

Rebecca R. said...

Harold and the Purple Crayon! :-)

elireeves(at)stny(dot)rr(dot)com

Suzie said...

Harold and the Purple Crayon. I loved that book as a child.

jennmalan said...

my son just loves Click Clack Moo

Becky said...

i love the where the wild things are dvd.

tarah716 said...

Scholastic 3-Pack #1 - I like being able to have a few books on one DVD

Megan said...

Hey I blogged about the contest.
http://poseysessions.blogspot.com/2008/03/do-you-love-picture-books.html

DOODLEGIRL said...

We like "Curious George Rides a Bike"

jennem said...

Good Night Gorilla...and more great sleepytime stories

Terri said...

Harold and the Purple Crayon has been one of my favorites for so long. The stories are so creative yet simple.

Princess Golden Hair said...

cows that can type. how cute. I teach typing so I just think it would be a great book to own

stampedwithgrace said...

They're all cute, but the Click Clack Moo might be my fav :)

Tammy said...

Harold and the Purple Crayon would be my favorite.

K.Cleaver said...

Danny and the Dino! That would be a hit here at our house.

dolphee said...

My kids would love it all but Where the Wild THings are is cool.

paula h said...

I would love to have the Scholastic Treasuryof 100 Storybook Classics.

heather h said...

Chrysanthemum is the cutest kids' story. I recommend you try all of Kevin Henkes' books--they are perfect read alouds. I would love a copy of that DVD--it would be well loved at our home. I also love Boom Chicka Boom Book. It is so perfect for little ones at home-they rhythm is excellent and learning about ABCs has never been more fun!

Becky, Mom, Mommy, Hey you, said...

I'd love the 100 storybook classics also. :D that would be great.

Anonymous said...

We love Harold and the Purple Crayon. I love to watch the childrens faces when their imagination is sparked!

Thanks for the contest.

Becky G.
dbkagrayson2002@yahoo.com

frugallm said...

Harold and the Purple Crayon

Anonymous said...

Where the Wild Things Are.
My grandkids love it over and over.

Anonymous said...

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

theyyyguy@yahoo.com

Wendy said...

The Is your Momma a Llama sounds like a winner with us!

Anonymous said...

I actually really like Chrysanthemum because my son has an unusual name too.

chris
cme8397@yahoo.com

yellowlabs said...

I would love a copy of Click Clack Moo!

jaydonco1 said...

I like Knufflebunny!

Jinxy & Me said...

I would love Chrysanthemum! Take of "nthemum" and that's my first name!

Brooke said...

Danny the Dinosaur. Duh.

purango said...

Good Night Gorilla...and more great sleppytime stories is my favorite. garrettsambo@aol.com

Anonymous said...

where the wild things are :)

klp1965@verizon.net

carissaad said...

Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type sounds so cute.

carissaad at gmail dot com

JOYVEN said...

where the wild things are

ELSIE said...

I love the story, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and to see that now it is in a video form (plus..and more fun with letters and numbers) is wonderful. Thanks for this opportunity.

Miranda said...

Curious George

dolls123 said...

Martin's Big Words

dolls123[at]gmail[dot]com

cpom said...

To many great titles to choose from, so I'd have to go with the Scholastic Treasury of 100 Storybook Classics.

jmahurin40 said...

Harold and the Purple Crayon looks cute!

Susanne said...

I think Miss Nelson Has A Field Day would be great for my daughter.

Anonymous said...

the knuffle bunny set looks great!

sherri
beachcombermom2004@yahoo.com

rosannepm said...

Jumbo Box of storybook classics
rosans4@insightbb.com

donna444444 said...

I would love the Cholastic Treasury of 100 Stories.
donna444444@yahoo.com

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