Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Put Me in the Story giveaway!




One of my very first memories is unloading the entire Berenstain Bears shelf at the library into our book bag to take home. The librarian didn't say a word and despite the length and wordiness of each book, my mom and I sprawled out on the living room floor and read every single one over and over. It was hours of reading, without a single complaint from my mom about spending so much time in the land of that bear family, and an awesome memory was implanted.

Many of my memories of growing up include books and the reading lifestyle I created for myself. Books make amazing memories and they're instantly what I go to when needing to buy gifts -- as do most of you! Finding that special book for each child on my list is my favorite part of shopping during the holidays.

When Sourcebooks contacted me about hosting this contest for Put Me In a Story, I jumped on it. Personalized books make that gift even more special, as it's obvious you were thinking exactly of that particular child when you chose it. Books were such a treasured position in my own childhood, that I really wanted to help one of you make a great memory with your own kids. They have a huge range of titles for you to chose from and below you could win one of 50 copies or a $500 shopping spree!

I had the chance to chose a book to be personalized and because a very special little girl in our lives is having a birthday soon, Doc McStuffins: A Knight in Sticky Armor  is being personalized just for her! I know she's going to love it.

Simply fill out the Rafflecopter below to enter to win! All winners will be chosen on December 6th. If you choose to Tweet about this contest, be sure to use #BookMagic! 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

7 comments:

Ami said...

Yay for books as gifts! Every single thing I am giving this year has a book with it.

Aidyl Ewoh said...

Oh wow! I've never even heard of it. Sounds like fun! :)

jpetroroy said...

Fun! The Berenstein Bears ones look cute.

Lisa said...

I love this idea, and I know my niece and nephew would love it!!!!!!

Shalonda Foster said...

I would love to create one of these for my three year old. She loves to read and make up her own stories with little princesses named after her.

Ms. Yingling said...

My cousin had a personalized book YEARS ago, when it seemed like Magic. Maybe it still seems that way to young children!

Megan said...

My daughter would love to see her name in the Sofia the First book!