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WHAT Do You Do With A Tail Like This?

By Jackie Burrell
Monday, August 3rd, 2009 at 3:12 pm in Books, Contest.

What Do You Do With a Tail Like This? What does one do with a tail like that? Steve Jenkins’ charming books – this one and “Biggest, Strongest, Fastest” – are both being featured by Kohl’s Cares for Kids, which raises millions to support children’s programs. Idea is, you go to a Kohl’s and buy these books for $5 apiece, and Kohl’s not only donates the money to children’s health and education initiatives nationwide, they’ll also give your child a plush toy. They sent us a huge, pale green iguana and it’s fab! We’ve given ours to the local battered women’s shelter for their nursery, but we’re giving away the two books this week – and hoping you swing by Kohl’s and help support this worthy cause too. Meanwhile, if you’d like to win these books, just click comments and tell us, who’s your child’s favorite author? Jenkins? Eric Carle? You tell us.

(Congrats, by the way, to Edward who won last week’s Spongebob DVD!)

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4 Responses to “WHAT Do You Do With A Tail Like This?”

  1. Cindi Hoppes Says:

    I always support Kohl’s and their wonderful children’s programs. One of my children’s favorite authors is
    Tomi Depaola! This Iguana book looks and sounds delightful!
    Many thanks…..Cindi

  2. Alyssa Genereau Says:

    I love Kohls. Not only are their prices fairly reasonable, but they always do various charity work. How wonderful!

    My two oldest nieces’ favorite author would have to be Stephenie Meyer. They both absolutely ADORE Twilight. My two younger nieces, however, love P.D. Eastman. They read and reread Go, Dog, Go and The Best Nest continually.

  3. rkt88edmo Says:

    Right now I think it would have to be the conglomerate of highlights magazine contributors. Elizabeth Kan’s Pinkalicious is a not too distant second.

  4. Marci Says:

    My 6yo daughter loves reading the Magic Treehouse series with the adventures of Jack & Annie written by Mary Pope Osborne.

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