Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Win 5 Hardback Books From Picture Window Books-Day 5--Pony Brushes His Teeth
Today's the final day to enter to win 5 excellent books published by Picture Window Books, a capstone imprint.
Our final book is Pony Brushes His Teeth. It has thick, slick pages for those little ones who like to devour books--literally. It's part of the Hello Genius line which includes Bunny Eats Lunch, Duck Goes Potty and Pig Takes a Bath.
This book is sure to be a favorite. Parents will love it for promoting self-care, animal recognition, speaking skills and first words. Kids and parents will love it for the author and illustrator's wacky sense of humor, odd perspective, and bright colors. This book is also all about Daddy time and emulating the big guy.
Got a pony obsessed shorty at your house? Want to encourage good dental habits and a well developed sense of humor in your toddlers? This is the book for you.
Win your copy today. Tell us how your little one likes to be just like Daddy (or Mommy or another adult role model) in the comments section below, along with your name and e-mail.
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If you missed the first 4 book reviews, click HERE to enter those as well through midnight 11/23. All winners will be chosen this Wednesday.
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My kids love to pretend that they drink coffee like daddy. And often for me, they pretend they are nursing their babies.ReplyDelete
Lately my six year old son wants to parade around the house in his underwear just like his dad...I am trying to put a stop to this! LOL! I follow on twitter as @justicecwReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance, firstname.lastname@example.org
My little boy likes to be like Daddy he puts on daddy's work shirt and boots and says "Time to make the doughnuts"ReplyDelete
My 2.5 year old son "goes to work" just like his dad every day and stands by the door and asks for a hug and kiss and then says, "oops. I forgot my lunch!"ReplyDelete