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Friday, November 22, 2013

Little Rabbit's Christmas, by Harry Horse (Giveaway)


Little Rabbit's Christmas is a title I have reviewed before. I re-presenting it to you though because I do think it is awfully cute and Peachtree Publishers offered to give away another copy to one of you!

If you are unfamiliar with this title, here is a synopsis, taken from my original review:

*****

Little Rabbit's Christmas tells the story of Little Rabbit who is desperately in want of a red sled for Christmas. It's the only thing he wants and he bugs his parents for it. On Christmas morning he discovers that he has received the coveted gift. All of his friends and family are in awe of it but Little Rabbit is feeling a tad bit possessive of it and, quite frankly, has a very bad attitude when it comes to sharing. In the end, he discovers that having a sled is really only fun if you DO share it with your friends!

I thought this storybook had a great message for youngsters who eagerly anticipate and await Christmas gifts and treats and then are called upon to share them. We're kind of in that stage where we have our prized items that we don't want to share and we've been talking a lot about kindness and sharing with others (primarily our siblings). I thought this book fit in perfectly with the season of gifts and giving and thought the subject matter was tastefully handled. Little Rabbit isn't too bratty (to make it so that you can't stand actually reading the story) and he learns his lesson fairly quickly and in a positive manner. The illustrations, also by Harry Horse, are adorable and I liked this book very much.

*****

This is a story that we have enjoyed for several years now and it's a favorite of all of ours. It has great charm!

Would you also like to own a copy? Well, as mentioned, Peachtree has offered to give away a copy to one of my readers. Care to win? Simply leave a comment below INCLUDING A VALID E-MAIL ADDRESS!

This contest is open to U.S. Residents only and will be open through Friday, November 29th.


THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNER (as selected by random.org) IS #13 - Kendal. Congratulations!


Best to you guys and many thanks to Peachtree Publishers!

18 comments:

Heather Woyak said...

What a cute little book! I would love to win :)

heatherwoyak (at) gmail (dot) com

traveler said...

This is delightful. thanks. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

Janna said...

Sounds like a very sweet story!
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Sue said...

This is so cute. I think my children would love it! suew930@yahoo.com Thanks for the giveaway:)

Sandra said...

I know exactly who I would give this to if I won.

sandrajc30@comcast.net

Katie said...

What a lovely, cute story! I would love to win!

schroederkatie[at]Comcast[dot]net

Annette {This Simple Home} said...

Once again, the illustrations are sweet! Would love to win!

thissimplemom at gmail dot com

Jessica B. said...

I would love to win this for my kids!
jesslburke@ hotmail. com

Sarah said...

This sounds perfect for my kids! Saraheaton81@gmail.com

*carrie* said...

This does look cute. I always enjoy adding to our Christmas collection when the book has a positive message like this.

*carrie* said...

p.s. You already know my email address, so I didn't post it here.

Kendal said...

Would to win this for my kids!

Kendal said...

kendalnicole@gmail.com

Carol M said...

This would be a great gift for my grandson. He is an only child and will soon have to learn how to share with other children.

mittens0831 at aol dot com

apple blossom said...

sounds like a cute book thanks for the chance to win

ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

Anita Yancey said...

It is a really great book. My daughter would love it. Thanks for having the giveaway.

ayancey1974(at)gmail(dot)com

Alison said...

This book looks so sweet. I love the illustrations.

Elaine Hearn said...

would love to win this!

elainehearn @ gmail

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