Monday, June 9th, 2008
Winners #25, #26 and #27
I really do appreciate the level of participation and the quality of the comments you "guys" are sharing on Thingamababy. I was blown away by the ideas on Complete this sentence (and the other sentence) and your advice on best baby carriers, and on darn near every other article. If I don’t always post follow-up comments it’s because I feel like I’ve had my say, and now it’s your turn. My wife and I read everything. Thank you.
Oh, and if you’re wondering, yes, you can win these giveaways more than once. It happened last week and will surely happen again. Now, some winners…
The mysteriously named "OM" has won Scholastic’s Diary of a Spider DVD that includes read-along captioning for kids learning to read. It’s adapted from the original book by Doreen Cronin, illustrated by Harry Bliss, and now narrated by Angus T. Jones.
Other stories on the DVD include Roberto the Insect Architect, Norman
the Doorman, The Mysterious Tadpole and The Story of the Dancing Frog.
Kelly from Chester, Virginia takes home the children’s music CD Hot Peas and Butter Volume 4: The Pod Squad.
Danny Lapidus and Francisco Cotto produce sophisticated children’s
tunes in English and Spanish. You may recognize ‘Different Spokes’ in
recent rotation on the Noggin’ Network.
Kelly says one thing that makes Virginia a great place to raise a kid is the living history all around them.
Molly says one thing that makes Bethesda great for raising kids is Glen Echo Park. They walk to the park for its playground, music classes, festivals and the only carousel owned by the federal government. An amusement park in the early 1900s, Glen Echo is now a national park.
These three winners were randomly selected from comments
posted anywhere on Thingamababy between May 31 and June 6 in the Thinga-Appreciation Giveaways #7, #8 and #9.
These contests continue this week. Thanks everyone for participating on Thingamababy!