Monday, 15 July 2013

Giveaway - One of two copies of Paper Dolls by Julia Donaldson

I've been blogging for two whole years! To celebrate my blogoversary I am very excited to have been given two copies of Paper Dolls by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Rebecca Cobb, to give away to two of my readers. I absolutely adore this book and you can read my review here.


You must enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter form below. The only mandatory entry is to leave me a comment on this post - just tell me your favourite book to share with your child. You can also earn additional entries by liking Jennifer's Little World on Facebook, following @jenniferjain on Twitter and tweeting about the giveaway.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The closing date is midnight on the 22nd July 2013. There will be two winners as there are two copies of the book. This giveaway is open to UK entries only, and all entries must be received via the Rafflecopter form above. If the winner does not respond within 14 days I will redraw and reallocate the prize. One entry per person, no third party or automated entries. There is no cash alternative.

Macmillan have kindly provided me with two copies of the book to giveaway, I will be posting them to the winners myself and I've not received any payment to host this giveaway.

34 comments:

  1. I love reading the paper dolls to my daughter, inspired us to make our own paper dolls with super cute names. Would love another copy to give as a present.

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  2. I love reading Kazuno Kahara books with my 2 - I enjoy them as much as they do
    Lynne

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  3. We love 'The cow that laid an egg' (and the grufflo too!)

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  4. We love the Tiger Who Came To Tea. "He ate ALL the sandwiches on the plate! Owp!"

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  5. Our current favourite is Little Ones Bedtime - my daughter loves acting it out while I read it!

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  6. Well done on 2 years of great craft ideas and days out Jen !!

    I love reading interactive books with my son and he loves his copy of the Gruffalo that has sounds to follow the story with - the mouse's footsteps are his favourite :o)

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  7. Each Peach Pear Plum, and A Squash and a Squeeze is great for voices!

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  8. Wow, two years. We have been doing this for a similar amount of time then! My favourite book to read to my kiddies is anything by Oliver Jeffers and we also love What the Ladybird Heard :)

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  9. Has to be We're Going on A Bear Hunt!

    stacey.tripconey@yahoo.com

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  10. What a lovely giveaway, i love Julia Donaldson books but we haven't read that one before.

    My favourite bedtime story is Peace At Last :)

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  11. Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson is amazing x

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  12. Happy Blogoversary! I simply cannot choose a favourite book...it is not possible. But we are reading Roald Dahl's The Witches right now and loving it. Even the three year old is paying more attention than I thought he was. He (we) are big fans of Oliver Jeffers, and he loves Room on the Broom too! See? I couldn't just stick to talking about 1 book! I just loves them so much!

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  13. The tiger who came to tea.

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  14. The hungry caterpillar :)

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  15. spofia ramos17 July 2013 10:13

    Room on the Broom is the favourite

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  16. were going on a bear hunt x

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  17. There are so many, but I really love Tiddler

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  18. we are really enjoying the Sophie books by Dick King-Smith

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  19. Our favourite is Little Owl Lost by Chris Haughton
    Beautifully illustarted

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  20. We love A Squash and A Squeeze

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  21. I love Shirley Hughes' books, so any of hers really, but especially the Alfie series :)

    Janey L

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  22. there is to many to pick just one

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  23. Our favourite book at the moment is Tough Trucks or the Pirate Cruncher. We pick out who we are in the books when we read them :)

    Bgraffle3@gmail.com

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  24. The most favourite book is The little Prince by Antoine de saint - exupery ��. But a recent treasure was Michael Rosen's Sad book which is wonderful for all ages

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  25. We love the gruffalo and the very hungry caterpillar

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  26. Our favourite book right now is Monster Zoo

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  27. Any of the Dr Seuss books, but Cat in the Hat is an all time favourite :)

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  28. Lynsey Buchanan22 July 2013 00:51

    a squash and a squeeze

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  29. Which one to pick?! Any Julia Donaldson always goes down well, so I'd say my 3yo loves Stick Man the most, and baby boy loves lifting the flaps on Postman Bear

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