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VALENTINE Book Giveaway

By Jackie Burrell
Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 at 10:44 am in Books, Contest.

"Henry in Love" by Peter McCarty OK, yes, I know it looks like I fell off the face of the earth – but I’m back, box of kleenex under one arm, still sniffly but upright at least! And we’re ready to give away an adorable Valentine-y book, “Henry in Love” by Peter McCarty. It’s the tale of a little kitten’s first schoolyard crush and it’s pretty darn cute. And it can be yours!

Click “comments” and tell us, do your kids do storebought valentines or home made? And if the latter, share your cutest idea. (We’ll pick a book winner on Feb. 8!)

p.s. Congrats are due to Judy W., who won last week’s Diego DVD giveaway!

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4 Responses to “VALENTINE Book Giveaway”

  1. Cathy Says:

    We do both, depending on my willingness to be crafty on any given year.
    I think we’ll make this one this year:

    p.s. Hope you feel better soon! :)

  2. Cindi Says:

    Glad to hear that you are feeling better and standing
    upright! The temperature changes here where I live always do a number on my sinuses. My kids valentines vary from year to year. This year, we are making their valentines! They will be a postcard style with a
    red or pink heart and then a heart doily over the colored heart. We will probably add some cute Valentine’s Day stickers/embellishments!
    Many thanks, Cindi

  3. jennifer j Says:

    for our relatives near and dear to us I make a hand print of my son with a love note.We also make sure that none of his friends are left out or others either Everyone gets a valentine no favortism.I do like Cindi and Cathys ideas.Thanks

  4. Marci Says:

    Every year we make our own. It’s so much fun to sit down with my girls and watch them be creative. This year we are going to make the following:

    BTW: I have two adult daughters also and we always made our own back then too. Just recently my oldest daughter mentioned how much she enjoyed making those valentines and how she is going to help her daughters make them when they get older.

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