Children Storybooks Giveaway. Read our Mar 11 Story Book Recommendations and stand a chance to win free story books for children. See end of post for details. Contest ends 15 April 2011!
1. Happy Easter, Peter! by Peter Rabbit
Happy Easter, Peter is a little pull-the-tap book introducing Easter Day to young readers. The pages consist of soft pastel colored illustrations with short and simple text for the comprehension of young readers. The book talks about how Little Peter Rabbit celebrated his Easter Day distributing colourful Easter eggs to his dear friends who are hiding away. Little Peter Rabbit move from the gardens, hedgerows and to the woods in search of them. He gives away all his Easter egg and went home with an empty basket, not knowing that mummy rabbit has already prepared a special Easter surprise for him!
A perfect little story to talk about Easter Day to young readers.
Age: Recommended for ages 2 and up (younger children may enjoy the book too)
2. Charlie and Lola: I Slightly Want To Go Home by Lauren Child
Charlie and Lola: I Slightly Want to Go Home is based on the original Charlie and Lola stories as seen on television. This book talks about Lola who is having her first sleepover at her friend Lotta’s place. Lola has fun playing Go Fish, dress-up, drawing and coloring with Lotta but everything just seems a little different. When it’s finally time for lights out, Lola misses home and wants to go back home. Will Lola falls asleep or is she heading back home?
A fun and interesting story for young preschoolers!
Age: Recommended for ages 3 and up
3. Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom (A Magic Wipe-Clean Game Book) by Ladybird
Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom is a game book based on the TV Series of ‘Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom meant for preschool children. This game book is filled with puzzles, games and the opportunities to draw and write. With a little marker attached to the book, children can join in the fun with Fairy Princess Holly and Ben Elf in their little adventure. Amazingly, brush the page with the little duster attached to the marker, just like magic the ink will disappear so the young one can play each game again and again.
A fun and enriching book to keep young children occupied!
Age: Recommended for ages 5 and up
4. What Does a Seed Need by Liz Goulet Dubois
What Does a Seed Need talks about the growth of a seedling. It’s springtime and Mo is planting a seed in his garden. But seeds need a lot to grow: water, dirt, sunshine, and especially love! With novelty elements like pull-tabs and spinning wheels on every spread, kids are sure to love watching this particular seed bloom.
The book features novelty elements on every spread, the book that is sure to delight young gardeners
Age: Recommended for aged 4 and up (younger children may enjoy the book too)
5. Young Cam Jansen and the 100th Day of School Mystery by Santa and David A. Adler
Young Cam Jansen and the 100th Day of School Mystery is a book that will bring young readers through an exciting journey of mystery. The book talks about Cam Jansen and her best friend, Eric, who are excited about their class’s 100th day of school party! Each classroom was going to have a “Letter” party and theirs was a Letter P Party. They have different snacks that start with the letter P – pretzels, popcorn, pineapple juice, and everybody’s favorite, pizza. But when the pizza disappears from the kitchen, it’s up to Cam and her photographic memory to ‘click’ and solve this delicious mystery!
If you have a child who love mystery story, this is one book that they will love!
Puffin Easy-To-Read Series consist of books with different reading levels.
Age: Recommended for aged 7 and up
Our Children’s Books are reviewed by Crystal
We have one book of each of the above children book titles to giveaway free. Total 5 winners. Contest ends 15 April 2011! All you have to do is
1. Join The New Age Parents Mailing List (existing members need not sign up again)
3. Fill in the form below and indicate your choice of book you would like to win
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