The Motherloot Blog: Product Reviews

Congratulations to all of our winners! Jill W (Commenter #51) will be taking home the grand prize. In our 2nd runner-up category, we would like to congratulate Lisa (#28), Rita M (#22), Tara (#85), & Robin Witte (#4). Thank you so much for entering and please check back for more great giveaways!

Harry Potter fans can rejoice because we are taking part in a very exciting giveaway to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the the first book in the series. To celebrate, the collectible edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone will be released at the end of September in celebration of its 10th Anniversary and to help with the celebrating we are offering the following prizes:

One (1) Grand Prize

*       Complete Box Set Books #1 – #7
*       Copy of the 10th Anniversary Edition of ‘Sorcerer’s Stone’
*       Collectible Harry Potter Gold Pin

Four (4) Runners Up

*       Copy of the 10th Anniversary Edition of ‘Sorcerer’s Stone’
*       Collectible Harry Potter Gold Pin

This beautiful collectible edition has been produced in celebration of the 10th anniversary of HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE. (In Stores September 23rd)  It features the following:

*       New Jacket artwork by Mary GrandPré
*       Additional four-color frontispiece artwork from Mary GrandPré
*       Two pages of special content from J.K. Rowling
*       Full cloth case with gold stamping

To enter this giveaway, please leave a comment and tell us what your favorite children’s book is. This contest is open until October 13th at 8PM EST! Good luck everyone!



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    I have been in love with everything harry potter since its first release. Now I have been honored to host my second harry potter book release at my walmart store. We had a huge turnout with the last one I did, and I am glad I get to do it again with the december 4th release of The Tales of Beedle the Bard. The nice thing that we do for the kids (…and teens…and adults), is give them something special to remember each book release day. Last time we did a costume contest, and gave the young boy who won (whom looked EXACTLY like a young harry potter) a free copy of the book. He was thrilled! And so were we to see his face expressions. We also gave away some memorablilia to another (adult) fan. So in closing, (for now) it would be nice to win the grand prize to give away and make another childs day. It is more rewarding than anything I’ve ever done.

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    My boys right now are into Captain Underpants, but it won’t be long before they are into Harry Potter.

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    As a kid, Mom read The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. It was my favorite!

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    My all-time favorite children’s book was Anne of Green Gables! I remember reading the entire series over and over! (I still read it now and then!)

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    My favorite book is the Dr. Seuss book “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!”. I have even seen it given as a college graduation present before. It is so uplifiting and inspirational.

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    The Phantom Tollbooth. You learn about language and it’s humorous and touching. My favorite thing about it, though? You can read it in two hours.

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    My favorite and my children’s all time favorite is an obscure, but wonderful book…
    Once Upon A Time in the Meadow by Rose Selarose.

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    Where The Sidewalk Ends is my favorite children’s book. The kids always beg me-please read just one more…
    It was HP books that got my son really into reading, and he wants this set for Christmas. The chance to win is cool because we just found out the company hubby works for was sold, and things aren’t that great around here.

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    I loved the song of the lioness books by tamora pierce. I could read them over and over still

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    I can only pick one, huh? As a child, it was A Wrinkle in Time. Now, I have too many that I love!

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    Good Night, Moon is always a favorite, but I used to like reading any of the Amelia Bedelia books or Miss Nelson is Missing or any of Judy Bloom’s books (Superfudge, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great). Ahhh….the memories!

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    My favorite is a copy of “Little Women” that my grandmother gave me when I was a young girl. Judy Blume is also one of my favorite authors.

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    Wow, this is really hard. When I was a little girl it would have to be the Little House series. Now that I am older Eragon / Harry Potter series both tie in together. Both take you away from it all, to a place you have never been and are not on a daily basis. Reading takes away stress, I love it!

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    Don’t remember the title, but it was a short Berenstain bears where
    they sneak out in the middle of the night, get scared and run back
    to bed

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    As a kid, I loved the Choose Your Own Adventure books. I recently found some of them in a store and now my son likes them, too.

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    My favorite is a classic- The Secret Garden. I loved it when I was a child and I’ve read it to my children.

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    Hmm, i have a few at different ages. The poky little puppy, if I ran the circus, watership down and anne of green gables.

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    My favorite Childrens’ books are the American Girl collection, I loved them as a child and I cant wait to share them with my daughter, too.

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    Sooo many good ones, thanks to all for sharing. I love “Bear snores on” ” Jester lost his Jingle” and ” the giving tree” and “velveteen rabbit” just to name a few. Some make me cry and some make me smile.