Children's Book, Wall Art and Plush Elephant(ARV: $155)-1-US-Ends 12/22 | Miki's Hope

Children's Book, Wall Art and Plush Elephant(ARV: $155)-1-US-Ends 12/22

Monday, December 11, 2017


Reading is Fundamental as anyone will tell you. You see this sentiment all over the place. I agree with this sentiment totally! When a child is read to from a very young age onward-they usually learn to love words and will generally become reader's as they age!

Children are also very tactile--they love stuffed animals. Imagine their delight as they cuddle with this stuffed elephant as you read them the story! When they fall asleep--they will have pleasant dreams of their animal friend and their imaginations can take flight!

Learning to read or at least the love of reading will help them as they go to school and all through their lives.

Take the time to read to your kids!!

Thanks to Baxter's Corner for sponsoring this giveaway. All opinions are my own (but Miki's Hope was not sponsored).


You have always heard that reading with your children is one of the most important things you can do in their early years of development. It helps them grow their vocabulary, foster their imagination, and many more benefits. Stories from Baxter's Corner do this and more. They have stories with a valuable lesson with amazing illustrations. Plus each story has wall art and a plush animal that goes with the story so you can bring it to life!


About Baxter's Corner:


When illustrator Mary Ellen Stottmann started creating furry, fun and friendly animal artwork for her grandson, Baxter, some years ago, she didn’t realize that she was beginning a long and rewarding journey into the world of publishing and early childhood development.

The six books that are part of Baxter’s Corner main series each feature a specific behavioral theme such as respect, anti-bullying, compassion, perseverance and overcoming obstacles. The books focus on good choices to make in a certain situation and use the endearing animal characters to make the point. The goal is to provide both young readers, and the caregivers who may be reading to the child, strong examples of how to best approach some of the struggles that children face in today’s world, such as having a parent in prison (Ally Alone).


The books are available at Louisville area gift shops: Kentucky Science Center and 3 gift sets are available at The Frazier Museum. As well as online at www.BaxtersCorner.com. Each book also has its own set of accessories including plush toys and room decorations.


There are several sets available but today we are going to giveaway the Ellema The Elephant set.

Enter to win Ellema the Elephant Book "Ellema Sneezes", Canvas Wall Art & Melissa & Doug Plush (ARV: $155)


With her long trunk, Ellema the Elephant causes quite a stir when she sneezes. Ellema learns that it is polite to control your sneeze, but she saves the day on Kite Day with her biggest sneeze ever. With vibrant illustrations and rhyming text, it is perfect for reading aloud with your child or grandchild. A Baxter's Corner book, "Ellema Sneezes" provides a Storybook & Beyond experience. Complete with animal facts, thought-provoking questions and fun learning activities, Baxter's Corner stories illustrate life's lessons, helping children to build character around social skills, manners and fundamental values. Supports the Common Core Standards. Educator guides with core-aligned classroom activities are available for free download on this website - For Parents

Giveaway ends on 12/22 at 1159pm EST. Open to US residents. Good Luck!

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11 comments :

ellie said...

I would like to read Gerome Sticks His Neck Out to my granddaughter.

Elizabeth Tarlow said...

I would love to read "What A Tree It Will Be!" to my Granddaughter.

Sue Emery said...

I also would like to read my grandkids the book
“What a Tree It Will Be!” I like that each child added to the tree and it became a piece of all of their tree!

Jeffrey Raiffe said...

Ally Alone is a book that I'd like to read to my child.

hhkaufman78 said...

Gerome Sticks His Neck Out

jmajor4870 said...

oakley tied in knots

bn100 said...

"Going Bananas in Space!"

Gwendolyn Jordan said...

Ally Alone

Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

What a tree that will be sounds great! I'm sure my granddaughter would love it!

shirley said...

Like to read the "Sideways Fred" hard cover - Second Edition.

Nicole Martin said...

I'd like to read What a Tree it Would Be to my son.

 
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