Children's books are a timeless gift. They are loved now and they will be loved by future generations of our families too. I feel very sentimental when I read a storybook to my grandchildren that I read to my own children when they were young.
The Family Storybook Treasury is a collection of timeless tales and modern classics. It would make a great addition to any home library. (Keep reading..... blog give-away coming!)
Family, friends, your favorite characters…bring them all together at story time! Share the book that is sure to entertain, delight, and make the whole gang laugh. The Family Storybook Treasury is a collection of your most well-loved picture books and poetry, now available in one beautiful keepsake volume with bonus audio CD!
Includes eight complete picture books:
Curious George and the Firefighters by Margret and H. A. Rey
Martha Speaks by Susan Meddaugh
Lyle Walks the Dogs by Bernard Waber, illustrated by Paulis Waber
Sheep in a Jeep by Nancy Shaw, illustrated by Margo Apple
Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester, illustrated by Lynn Munsinger
Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed by Eileen Christelow
The Great Doughnut Parade by Rebecca Bond
Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel by Virginia Lee Burton
A beautiful treasure to give, receive, and pass down.
The Family Storybook Treasury is a beautiful keepsake with large brightly colored illustrations from world-renowned artists. The stories and poems within it's pages are sure to spark laughter, curiosity, and fun!
This beautiful keepsake book and the bonus audio CD of all eight stories can be yours for free! Just leave a comment on this post regarding the book. Two lucky winners will be randomly chosen on November 19, 2011 to win their very own copy of The Family Storybook Treasury!
(Prizing courtesy of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
My grandkids would love this book! I keep a corner of toys and books at my house for them and lucky me, I see them at least once a week!ReplyDelete
I love this! I have started reading longer books to my boys at bedtime. They snuggle in their beds and I read from the hall light. I love this new tradition I have started.ReplyDelete
This story book sounds lovely. What a great collection, all in one spot.
What a great book! I would love to share this with my kids and at Grandma's house. I started reading your blog after my mom (Dalene) told me about it. Thanks for all the great ideas! :)ReplyDelete
Amara would love this book -- but then I don't think she has ever met a book she didn't love!ReplyDelete
we love books at our house and although the kids don't mind reading the same thing over and over something new would be nice :)thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
What a fun book for Grandmas to read to Granbabies!!! I would love to be randomly picked!! :)ReplyDelete