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Friday
Feb252011

Sweet Giveaway: Win a Copy of What Kind of Fairy Is Merry Berry, a Cupcake-Themed Kid's Book

Finally, they've written my life story as an illustrated children's book.

Just kidding. It's not my life story. I'm not *actually* a cupcake fairy.

But thanks to the lovely folks at Chronicle Books, I have a copy of a book about one--entitled What Kind of Fairy Is Merry Berry? by Lindsey Renee and illustrated by Susan Reagan--to give away to one lucky reader (US or Canada only, please!). It's perfect for a sweet kid in your life--or, you know, your sweet inner kid.

How do you enter? It's so easy. Simply leave a comment below saying what your favorite children's book is (or was). It doesn't even have to be cake-related, because all children's books are so sweet!

But don't delay. This giveaway will close one week from today, on March 4, at 12pm PST! Good luck!

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Reader Comments (42)

My favorite book when I was little was called Avocado Baby. It was about this baby whose favorite food is avocadoes that make him nice and strong, and then he protects his wimpy family. Or something like that. Super cute and food related :)
February 26 | Unregistered CommenterAndrea B.
My favorite childhood book was the napping house! Such a good one!
February 26 | Unregistered CommenterAudrey Wood
Goodnight moon is an all time favorite!
February 26 | Unregistered CommenterCassandra
My daughter and I love to read Pinkalicious together-- and we have had quite a few pink cupcakes to go along. It's a lovely book specially selected by one of my nieces. Really sweet. How to Be A Pig is one of my favorites to read to the kiddos, too.
February 26 | Unregistered CommenterNoreen
Heckedy Peg. I loved it despite the fact that it always scared me.
February 26 | Unregistered Commentersarah a
My daughter loves "That's not my Polar Bear" a lovely gift from a friend
February 26 | Unregistered CommenterLanis
my absolute favorite would be goodnight moon.. its so relaxing. poetic even
February 26 | Unregistered Commentercarissaaaangelina
Oh, the places you'll go by Dr. Seuss! Very inspiring :O)
February 27 | Unregistered CommenterJodi
Puff the magic dragon .. still have my old copy it is a bit beat up though :)

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February 27 | Unregistered Commentershannon thompson
"I love you forever" by Robert Munsch. It was the very first thing I bought when I first discovered I was pregnant, all 4 of my kids can practically recite it now! We still love all of Robert Munsch's books.
February 27 | Unregistered Commentertasha
Ping the duck
February 27 | Unregistered CommenterRebecca M
When i was little, my mom used to read me almost every night little red riding hood.
February 28 | Unregistered CommenterMonica
So much fun to read all of those titles - I need to check them out for my daughter who's 1 1/2 and loves books and reading!!!

Some of my favorite kids books are: Pat the Bunny (love all the diff. textures), Harold and Magic Crayon, Dr. Seuss's "Mr. Brown Can Moo," and anything by Richard Scary.
March 1 | Unregistered CommenterColleen
The lion, the witch and the wardrobe.
March 2 | Unregistered CommenterJill
My favorite kids book was "Rebecca's World" by Terry Nation....ok, you've never heard of it. It was out of print before I was born. But I found it at the local library by chance when I was 7.. it was my favorite. I borrowed it as soon as I had to give it back. Then they didn't let me borrow it. I came back weeks later looking for it, and they'd sold it in a book fair..for 25 cents!!!!! 20 years later, my sister got it for me for Christmas and I still feel like a kid when I read it.
March 2 | Unregistered CommenterHollie R.
Are you My Mother?
March 3 | Unregistered Commenterkathy b
I loved the Babar the Elephant stories.
March 3 | Unregistered CommenterCynthia
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