WIN: Clifford the Big Red Dog 50th Birthday Prize Pack from Scholastic

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Clifford the Big Red Dog

Clifford the Big Red Dog

We love Clifford the Big Red Dog (and Emily Elizabeth, too!). After seeing Clifford Live! at the Keswick last month, the kids are more excited than ever to read their favorite Clifford adventures!

In case you haven’t heard yet, our friend Clifford is turning the big 5-0 this year… and Scholastic is pulling out all the stops to throw him the best birthday party ever!

Clifford The Big Red Dog has been entertaining children, parents and teachers for 50 years with his BIG adventures, using humor to teach important social-emotional and essential literacy skills. Now YOU can be a part of the BIG celebration too! Enter here to win Clifford books, DVD, Game, Party Supplies and more. Join the party and go to www.scholastic.com/clifford to send Clifford a birthday card.

Clifford’s 50th Birthday Prize pack includes:
·A Clifford DVD
·Clifford Books
·A Clifford Book Buddy
·A Clifford Game
·A Set of Clifford Birthday Party Supplies
·A Coupon for Clifford-branded juice boxes
·A code to download Clifford’s BIG Birthday app for free

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NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW. All federal, state and local regulations apply. Entries must be received by November 21, 2012 via rafflecopter widget. Winners will be randomly selected and notified by email. One prize per person per household. 1 prize available. ARV of prize is $81.94/each. Employees of all promotional partners, their agencies and those who have received a prize within the last 90 days are not eligible. Fun Finds For Families, Allied-THA and their affiliates accept no responsibility or liability in connection with any loss or accident incurred in connection with use of a prize. A recipient of prizes assumes any and all risks related to use of prize and accepts any restrictions required by prize provider. Prizes cannot be exchanged, transferred or redeemed for cash, in whole or in part.

Disclosure: I received a prize pack (shown above) for running and sharing this giveaway.

Comments

  1. Lindsay says

    My son’s favorite book is “Clifford’s 1st Halloween” — we read it upwards of five times a day. He would just love this. My personal most cherished moment from childhood involving reading would be reading this old book called “The Goat Parade” with my dad when I was a toddler. It was my dad’s favorite book, so I always pretended it was mine, too. I just loved how he loved it. :)

  2. Austin Baroudi says

    I used to love when my mom would read to me at night. She’d sit there wuith me and read a stoty or two until I fell asleep.

  3. Audrey Griffis says

    i loved teh frog and toad book when i was little but now wiht my daughter i really enjoy ladybug girl and the pinkaliscious books

  4. Janet W. says

    My favorite memory of reading was when I was really young, and my older sister (by two years) would snuggle in the bed with me all warm under the covers and we would read together.

  5. Deborah says

    Wow, Clifford is way older than I realized! My daughter loved him as a child! Had all of the books.
    I’d like to win this for my granddaughter!
    One of my memories was reading Heidi in bed late at night. :) Yep, I’m old…4 years older than Clifford. lol

  6. Jeannie Eplion-Holley says

    My all time favorite book to read is Bambi. I checked it out so many times in school they finally just gave me the book :)

  7. sarah Clary says

    I loved a silly book called the “The Stupids Step Out.” about a family that did silly things like taking baths with their clothes on, a dog named kitty, etc.

  8. Jamie Brigham says

    My favorite reading memory would be reading corduroy with my best friend Isabelle. She was my best childhood friend from about 4-7 years old.

  9. jodilee0123 says

    I entered a summer reading program at our library one summer…I think I was in kindergarten–and could read really well already. You would give a verbal report on a book to the librarian and she would give a stamp on your booklet and you could win prizes. I think they were expecting the average kid to get like 25 by the end of summer….I had over 200. hahahaha! They were sick of hearing me give book reports. I am so thankful for my mom’s enthusiasm for taking me to the library sometimes twice a day. I now read chapter books with my kids who are 6, 4 and 2. I still LOVE reading and hope they can find that love too–even if reading is difficult for them. You can go anywhere in a book! :) They love Clifford! I think their favorite chapter books are the mouse and the motorcycle series so far. :)

  10. says

    Books were my LIFE as a kid (and kind of as an adult too!). I remember that our local library was about a mile from my house. Every few days, I would walk to the library and check out a stack of books. Then a couple days later I was back getting another stack. The librarians were always shocked that I was able to read so fast. By the time I was about 8 years old, I had read just about the entire children’s section of the library minus new arrivals of course. That’s when I branched to the “upstairs” section. I always got funny looks for being so little up there! LOL

  11. allison says

    I loved when someone in my family read to me when I was little. Hated reading by myself, but now I love to read and I love sharing that with my students! They LOVE reading Clifford books and watching the videos!

  12. DJ says

    I loved Clifford growing up and still do! I enjoy reading it with my children, but then we are all very bookwormish. :)

  13. Pamela S says

    My favorite reading memory is curling up, mommy & child and snuggling while reading books each night before bed. A great tradition which I’ll always remember.

  14. Kenda says

    I loved reading as a kid, and still do! My favorite book was The Three Billy For a Gruff. My grandfather read it to me every time I visited him.

  15. Stacey B says

    My favorite memory of reading is that my Dad would read me a book when I was little and having trouble falling asleep …

  16. Jess says

    My favorite books as a child were those written by Dr. Suess. We did not read that much as a family and I remember how special it was because it was rare.

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