Monday, November 9, 2009

Great Monday Give: Country Bunny, again

Yeah so.. the Great Monday Give has arrived again. I know I just gave one of these away, but here is an almost brand new copy, scored for a song, sitting on my desk and I feel it is my duty to pass it along! One of my personal all time faves... The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes. You know the drill. Simply comment on this post before Sunday ~ November 15 ~ midnight to be entered to win. The following morning, a winner will be announced and all will be right with the world.

And now... the winner of last week's give... an awesome copy of A Hatful of Seuss is Diandra Mae. Congrats, congrats. Send me an e-mail at webe(at)soon(dot)com and I'll get it out to you in a few days. Cheers and stayed tuned for more Ungerer in 30 minutes or so!

34 comments:

Jamie said...

This would be lovely to win!

Genevieve P said...

I haven't read this in ages--but I remember loving it as a girl!

Ali said...

We would love to add this gem to our library. Thanks for the opportunity!!!!

Celeste said...

Oh, how I love Marjorie Flack!

aly said...

I love this book!

A. S. Winter said...

Easter in November. Edgy. But I like it.

arm said...

My kids love this book! We've checked it out from the library many times so having our own copy would be so nice. Fingers crossed!
Thanks

K said...

I have a vivid memory of reading this book with my sister at my Aunt's house when we were little. It was a summer night and we had a stack of books that we were reading with a flashlight because we were supposed to be sleeping. I would love to have a copy for my babies.

me said...

I remember reading this book!

mj said...

My kids would love this book--thanks for the chance! :)

Cissy said...

I've never heard of this, but am so interested after reading your summary.

Jamiedidit said...

Love it, love it, love it. But, alas, my sister has our old copy!

caryn the designer said...

Such a lovely book. Marjorie Flack is one of my favorites!

pilarcat said...

I love the illustration style :-)

stephanie said...

This has been on my wish list for two years!

ans said...

Oh! Please! I would like it so much. :)

Thank you!

Megan G said...

I'd love a copy.

BR said...

this book would be a wonderful addition to our newborn's nursery (dob: 10.31.09) that is already filled with all kinds of bunnies!

Angelica said...

Country Bunny, pick me!

Antmusic said...

I've never read this one, but it looks great! I hope I can share it with my son soon!

Linda said...

I belong to a group called Ready Readers of St. Louis. We read to at-risk kids in Head Start Programs in the inner city, ages 3-5. Most new books are irrelevant to them. They don't know any farm animals or what noises they make; never saw Knuffle Bunny's laundromat, and wouldn't give a mouse a cookie, if they had one, which they usually don't. But the vintage books work for them. Their lives are still back there where it takes courage to deal with an ogre - probably on a daily basis. My great quest is for my own Tall Book of Make Believe, now painfully expensive, but until I find one I will continue to follow your blog for ideas to read to my 40 favorite kids who have never had a book, and some have never turned a page. Thanks for providing a resource I really treasure.

Katoshiko said...

I loved this book, the long journey, the dark night, the gold shoes. Living in Tokyo now, and writing a children's book. Would love the inspiration! (I can get someone at home in the U.S. to mail it to me) ;)

Kimberly said...

I haven't even heard of this, and after reading your comments about it, I'm delighted to have been introduced to another great title.

Beca said...

I don't remember this one! Yay! I'd love a copy!

perilloparodies said...

hi... thanks for the chance...

Winning Readings said...

This looks lovely - my daughter would love it!

janemaritz at yahoo dot com

And we posted about it at Winning Readings: http://winningreadings.blogspot.com/2009/11/title-country-bunny-and-little-gold.html

Wanda said...

I would love to be entered in your draw. Thanks.
wandanamgreb(at)gmail(dot)com

pippirose said...

I'd love the chance to win this book.
:o)
pippirose59 at gmail dot com

Susana said...

Ooooh! This is just perfect. I'd love to win. Or find one if I don't, which reminds me, I have to stop reading your blog, the wishlist is growing something fierce. But I won't, it's all too yummy.

Anne said...

Oh, pick me please! We love bunnies -- and your blog! Thank you! :D

plb8156 said...

This would be a great book to win
plb8156@aol.com

Sarah said...

I would love to win this book!

saemmerson at yahoo dot com

Sarah Emmerson

Carol M said...

I would love to win this for my grandson! Thank you!

Danielle a.k.a Yellie said...

When I saw the cover of this book, I got a happy feeling of familiarity, however I don't actually remember the book. I'd love to win it and see if in fact, I do remember the story. I'm sure my kids would love it too!

danielle78@comcast.net

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