{KID LIT Giveaway HOP} Children’s Book Week 2014

» 12 May, 2014 » Giveaways, Uncategorized » 24 comments

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Are you a children’s book or teen literature blogger, an author, a publisher, or a publicist looking to share copies of a fabulous book?  Mother Daughter Book Reviews  and Youth Literature Reviews  are joining forces to provide you with the opportunity to take part in the Children’s Book Week Giveaway Hop 2014, featuring links to giveaways for fabulous children/teen’s books, gift cards, cash, or other prizes.  What better way to celebrate Children’s Book Week?

This is one of my favorite Children’s books:

Check out our “Casual Conversation” with Melinda Long.

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My favorite middle level book and giveaway can be found here.

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24 Responses to “{KID LIT Giveaway HOP} Children’s Book Week 2014”

  1. Jaime Lynn

    I love MG titles, so I have quite a few favorites. One that I remember reading over and over again as a little one was Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret! I adored that book, and read it so much it literally fell apart. I just taped it back together and kept right on reading it!

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  2. Mai Tran

    My all-time favorite is Harry Potter series, it was a blast, has been a blast, and will forever be a memorable series.

  3. Dorothy Teel

    I really enjoyed reading the original Wizard of Oz, was a lot of fun.

  4. Ashfa

    As a kid, I loved reading all the Enid Blyton books!

  5. Eric VanRaepenbusch

    I have so many favorite children’s books. It would be hard to pick one…..So, I will cheat and say that my favorite is the one I am reading with my kids!

  6. Alyn Y

    Mine is The Jolly Postman. I remember my older sister borrowed it first and she wouldn’t let me read it. So I had to search for it at the school library after she returned it. I’ve had a love for fairy tales since then.

  7. D Johnson

    I think my favorite thing to read as a kid was the Pokey Little Puppy.

  8. :Donna Marie

    First time I saw this book, it was the artwork that drew me right in. Such a great pirate book :) Thanks for offering it! 😀

  9. Susan Smith

    Love You Forever by Robert Munsch is my favorite children book