Ava Grace's Closet: Readers Are Leaders : I See Me Giveaway

Monday, April 3, 2017

Readers Are Leaders : I See Me Giveaway

When you're turning 7, your birthday begins months weeks before and lasts pretty much all month.
I saved one gift, this book, until after the birthday festivities were over so that she could truly enjoy it.
And enjoy she did.
She carried it to school almost daily.
They read it aloud in class.
And she showed anyone who was willing to listen - and take a look.
"See. It's me. This book is all about me. That's me in the picture even though it doesn't look like me".
(note to self: use more recent photo)









The team at I See Me Books create beautiful hardcover story books featuring your child.
With themes including introducing a new baby into the family or just turning your little one into a superhero - there is something for everyone.
You provide how much or how little information you would like to share including photos, birthdates, friends and families names - they expertly weave it into the story.
Honestly, it's the cutest thing you've ever seen.
And a cherishable keepsake that will be shared for years to come.

We're giving one away!
Enter below to win a book of your choice {ARV $34.99US}
Open to residents of Canada and the US


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Happy Reading.
xo

25 comments :

  1. I would have to pick Charlotte's Web too, I lost track how many times I read it. (Judy Cowan)

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  2. I loved any books with cats in them, really weird how I didn't turn out loving cats more than dogs.

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  3. I always loved If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
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    Ashley C

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  4. My favorite book was The Giving Tree. It is still one of my favorite books and I read it to my children now

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  5. I loved the Elves and the Shoemaker

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  6. My favourite book was The Secret World of Og by Pierre Berton. I'm reading it to my kids right now.

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  7. My favourite book was any of the Nancy Drew series.

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  8. Pippi Longstockings! I loved her adventures with that monkey and donkey! :)

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  9. My favourite book was any of the Nancy Drew books!

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  10. I like the Amelia Bedelia books growing up. Brittney House

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  11. My favourite books were the Nancy Drew books.

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  12. I loved Bridge to Teribithia!

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  13. Dearest Susan,
    Love these photos and it is so true about readers are leaders!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  14. My favourite childhood book was Green Eggs & Ham !

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  15. I never had any books as a child, but read Anne of Green Gables as an adult & decided that book would have been my favorite!

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  16. https://twitter.com/mkjmc/status/852497267533762560

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  17. My favourite series was Anne of Green Gables (Anne of Avonlea, etc.). Loved them!

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  18. the hungry caterpillar was my favorite.

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  19. My favorite book growing up was See Spot Run.

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  20. I liked the Amelia bedelia series

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  21. My favourite book as a child was The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats.

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  22. My favorite was Where the Wild Things Are.

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  23. I loved the Clifford books when I was a kid.

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  24. Mine was Where The Red Fern Grows.

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I love reading every last one. Thanks so much for stopping by our little blog. xo.

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