Ginger Snap Crafts: I Can Read Children’s Book Giveaway #ICanReadathon

I Can Read Children’s Book Giveaway #ICanReadathon

#Sponsored Thank you HarperCollins Children's Books for sponsoring this post. Join me as I participate in this month's #ICanReadathon!

Hello! If you follow me over on facebook (I hope you do!) then you might of noticed that I look an awfully lot like Amelia Bedelia lately. ha! ;) Actually in honor of this month’s I Can Readathon I have changed my profile picture to one of my favorite book characters growing up ~ Amelia Bedelia. Reading is so important to kiddos, & right now is the perfect time to take the pledge to read every day this month with your kids! Sometimes it’s hard to pick out the perfect book for your kiddos. That is why I am so thankful for the I Can Read Books. They make it so easy to find the perfect book for your child. I’m also excited to be giving away a set of these books to one of YOU! So keep reading!

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I have 3 Reasons that choose I Can Read! Books. One is for the timeless characters such as Amelia Bedelia, Danny and the Dinosaur, Frog and Toad, Little Bear and new favorites like Pete the Cat, Fancy Nancy, and Pinkalicious. Everyone in your family ~ young & old ~ will enjoy these books. I love how my daughter laughs out loud when she’s reading Amelia Bedelia.

TIP: You can go {HERE} & download an I Can Readathon reading log. I laminated ours so we can use it over & over with a wet erase marker. It comes right off with a baby wipe.

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Another reason we love I Can Read! stories is because they are based on real-life experiences such as the first day of school, being a good sport, and visiting new places, which makes these books something that children can relate to. That’s awesome & so important!

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Finally what I really love about the I Can Read! books is that they have color-coded levels that make choosing the right book for your kiddo very easy. I Can Read! books are also assigned a Fountas & Pinnell Guided Reading Level. This helps provide guidance for both educators and parents alike. So nice! :)

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If you still need help getting you kiddos to read ~ then make sure you check out 101 tips for beginner readers {HERE}. Just don’t give up ~ reading can be fun for everyone! :)

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HarperCollins Children's Books would LOVE to give one of you a set of I Can Read! books*! Enter in the form below. U.S. residents only. Good luck! :)

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*Five (5) prize books will be randomly selected and shipped directly to winner by HarperCollins. HarperCollins is sponsoring this giveaway & is responsible for the giveaway prize.

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26 comments:

  1. I loved Nancy Drew and Little House on the Prairie books.

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  2. My favorites as a kid was Little House on the Prairie books and Ann of Green Gables!

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  3. I loved Amelia Bedelia too!

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  4. i loved 'Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret', The Pigman & Me, are a couple i can remember... i read so many books (hundreds one summer) and always read above my age/grade level...... my kids loved goosebumps.... hey anything to get them to love reading :) my daug and niece liked amelia bedelia also! i liked reading it to my daug!

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  5. I loved How to Eat Fried Worms and when I read that to my kids they got a kick out of it too. I also loved the Nancy Drew books. I still love a good mystery. Great giveaway!

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  6. I loved The Little House on the Prairie books! I am hoping my boys will let me read those to them!

    heatherp626@msn.com

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  7. I loved frog and toad growing up.

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  8. I loved Bunnicula and all the Christopher Pike books.

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  9. I love the biography books that the library at school had about everyone from George Washington to hellen keller oh and nancy drews!

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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  10. I loved the Amelia books!! I also loved all the Ramona books!

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  11. Some books I can really remember loving are Where the Red Fern Grows, the Indian in the Cupboard, and Goosebumps. Good times!!

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  12. I loved the Babysitter's Club

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  13. It was Topsy and Tim & The Enchanted Wood/Magic Faraway Tree by Enjd Blyton :)

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  14. I loved the Little Critter books.
    katiemur@gmail.com

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  15. I loved the Junie B Jones books :)

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  16. I loved reading Sweet Valley Twins!

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  17. The I Can Read books are a big favorite around here. Right now I'm looking for a new set for summer reading with my rising first-grader.

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  18. Thanks!! I love to read as do my grandchildren:)

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  19. I loved Mrs Piggle Wiggle and The Babysitters Club!
    Dezi A
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  20. I love to read Curious George and Clifford The Big Red Dog.

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  21. What a great giveaway! My favorite author in my early teens was Judy Blume. Loved her books. I have always enjoyed reading and I want to encourage my grandson to find the joy in reading too. What better way to escape or use your imagination than reading a book!

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  22. My favorite books to read as a kid were anything about dinosaurs.

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  23. I loved to read books about Ramona

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  24. I think all kids should have a good understanding of how to begin to read by the time they begin kindergarden. Breaks my heart to see a child struggle to read.

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