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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Tell Me A Story...

My girls love books, they love hearing a great story told to them by myself, my husband or their grandparents. However, sometimes well, sometimes, we just aren't in the mood for story time 10x daily.

That's were these great Tell Me A Story Cd's come into place. Tell Me A Story is a great compilation of CD's that tell a great story. The stories are also great because the Tell Me A Story CD are multicultural, something you don't always find with traditional story books.

These great CD's feature 6 original stories from children from around the world. Composer Laura Hall gives life to the stories through music, and there's great narration to tell the story. Tell Me A Story Cd's aren't those annoying little children's songs and stories your used to, as a parent, you'll be intrigued and jump right in to listening to the great stories as well.

My girls love the second addition to Tell Me A Story which is Tell Me A Story 2: Animal Magic. They can sit for what seems forever just listening to the CD and the story. It gets them involved in more imagination as I've asked them to draw me pictures of what they just heard, we talk about the places visited in the stories, it's just great.

Instead of listening to those annoying Kids Bop or children's nursery rhyme cd's in the car, pop in Tell Me A Story and enjoy your next road trip.

If you'd like to listen to a sample selection visit: www.cdbaby.com/cd/friedmanhall

You can find out more about Tell Me A Story on their website, or find Tell Me A Story CD's on Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com or download a digital copy on ITunes.

CONTEST CLOSED WINNER ANNOUNCED

Win the first volume of Tell Me A Story CD's right here. One winner will win their very own Tell ME A Story CD for their family.

To be eligible to win, you must do the following:
  • Visit the Tell Me A Story website and leave a comment on this post telling me which story is from India OR which story is in 'jazz-inspired form'?
  • Make sure there is a way for me to contact you, non bloggers can enter but if your not a blogger please leave your email address in the comment, if there is no way for me to contact you via a blog or email address you will be disqualified and your comment will be deleted. If you do not leave a comment with the above criteria and follow the guidelines your comment WILL BE DELETED and you will be disqualified.
  • This contest is open Internationally!!!!
For an extra entries (one extra for each done):
~ Blog about this giveaway and leave me a link in a separate comment
~ Add my button to your blog/sidebar and leave me a comment letting me know where it can be found (if already added let me know and you'll gain an extra entry)
~ Non Bloggers and Bloggers subscribe to my RSS feed and let me know you've subscribed (if you are a current subscriber let me know and you'll gain an extra entry)

**Make sure you leave separate comments for each 'extra' thing you've done (makes it easier on me)**

Winner will be chosen randomly from random.org


GIVEAWAY CLOSES June 10, 2008 @ 11:00 pm EST.
CONTEST CLOSED WINNER ANNOUNCED

68 comments:

misty said...

Rabbit on the Moon is from India. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

mistchlo[at]hughes[dot]net

Carly & Garrett said...

The book from India is Rabbit on the Moon.

Im feeling lucky and I know my little girl would love this book.

Thanks for the giveaway!

carlyharrell@yahoo.com

Leslie said...

What a great product!!

Two Frogs from Japan is in jazz-inspired form.

Leslie said...

My blog!
Here!

Leslie said...

Oh yeah...and I am subscribed to your RSS

Leslie said...

Oh and one more...your button is on my sidebar!!

HAHA last comment I promise!

Eileen said...

The story from India is "Rabbit on the Moon" and the jazz-inspired story is "Two Frogs from Japan".

Cute giveaway!

julie said...

The Elephant's Reward is from India
3beez at bellsouth dot net

windycindy said...

Happy Tuesday! What a fantastic site they have. Like you, the multicultural aspect is very important to me. This world need to learn to get along. The story called
The Elephant's Reward" is from India.
Please enter me in your drawing.
Thanks,Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

gkstratos said...

Rabbit On the Moon is an Indian story. I've always loved folk tales from around the world and would love to win this for my kids.
gkstratos @yahoo.com

danosor said...

Rabbit on the Moon is from India
and Two Frogs from Japan is jazz inspired.

agordon10 said...

Rabbit on the Moon is from India

Sweetpeas said...

We LOVE story CDs in the car! But don't have these. Two Frogs from Japan is the jazz-inspired one.

Sweetpeas said...

I'm subscribed to your feed.

Katie said...

Oooh...story cds would be perfect for us. We do too many long road trips between my house and their dad's house. You know we have a button. You're one of my favorite places to stop in each day.

The story from India is "Rabbit on the Moon" and the jazz-inspired story is "Two Frogs from Japan"

Mary512 said...

The Rabbit in the Moon story is from India. Great giveaway, thanks!

Mary512 said...

Blogged ya:
http://mommyland512.blogspot.com/2008/06/win-tell-me-story-cd.html
Thanks again!

The Mama Hood said...

Rabbit on the Moon is from India!

The Mama Hood said...

I already have you in my sidebar!

http://themamahood.blogspot.com

I am also a subscriber! Thanks!

mverno said...

rabbit on the moon is from india

Bhav said...

Rabbit on the Moon is from India. My daughter would love this!
Thanks

bvbabybv at gmail.com

Scrappy Do said...

Rabbit On the Moon is an Indian story. I've always loved folk tales f

Cuddle Cottage said...

Two Frogs from Japan is in jazz inspired form!
bsabel(at)hotmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

Rabbit in the Moon is from India - count me in please! plur268(at)yahoo.com

idahomom said...

Rabbit in the Moon is from India.

Anonymous said...

Rabbit In The Moon is from India

LINDALSHOT said...

INDIA= Rabbit in the Moon

Meredith said...

Rabbit on the Moon is a beautiful story from India. Such artwork!

carissaad said...

Two Frogs from Japan is in jazz-inspired form.

carissaad at aol dot com

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greenly said...

Jazz inspired: Two Frogs from Japan. I love books on cd. My daughter listens to them to fall asleep, and we get tired of the same old ones every night.

Ken said...

"Rabbit on the Moon" is a story from India. Please accept my entry.

Anonymous said...

Rabbit on the Moon is a fantastic story!

shaunwallner at yahoo dot com

Kari said...

The story from India is "Rabbit on the Moon" and the jazz-inspired story is "Two Frogs from Japan".
Thanks!!

jennem said...

The jazz-inspired story is "Two Frogs from Japan".

ky2here said...

The story from India is "Rabbit on the Moon" and the jazz-inspired story is "Two Frogs from Japan".

ihchicky said...

The title that is from India is the Rabbit on the Moon. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

ihchicky said...

I also blogged about your giveaway. You can find it here:
http://everythingupclose.blogspot.com/2008/06/giveaways-for-682008.html

ihchicky said...

I added your banner to the side bar on my blog. Check it out at: http://everythingupclose.blogspot.com/

ihchicky said...

I just subscribed to your rss feed as well. Thanks for the chance! Great giveaway.

yellowlabs said...

Rabbit on the Moon is from India. Thanks for the super giveaway!

michelle said...

On the first volume, Rabbit on the Moon is the story from India, but on the Animal Magic CD, it is The Elephant's Reward. I wasn't sure if it mattered which CD you were looking for or not.

michelle at northofthe49 dot com

livin with me said...

Two Frogs from Japan is jazz-inspired.

Thanks for a fabulous giveaway!

me@livinwithme.com

livin with me said...

Blogged ya!

http://www.livinwithme.com/2008/06/a-great-giveaway/

me@livinwithme.com

nor_lou said...

Rabbit On the Moon is an Indian story

Mandy said...

Rabbit on the Moon is from India. Thanks for the opportunity!

Mandy said...

http://www.unlandscaped.com/2008/06/08/chance-to-win-a-tell-me-a-story-cd/

blueviolet said...

The story from India is called Rabbit On the Moon.

These collections look wonderful and not only would they be a great substitute for a parent's reading but they'd be wonderful for car trips!

doot65[at]comcast[dot]net

I am a subscriber too!

angelaandconnor at gmail.com said...

Rabbit on the moon! :)

I blogged your contest on Prize-A-Tron!
http://www.prizeatron.com

kaylee8 said...

Rabbit on the Moon - India

Anonymous said...

"Rabbit on the Moon" is from India.

theyyyguy@yahoo.com

Susan W said...

The story from India is "Rabbit on the Moon" and the jazz-inspired story is "Two Frogs from Japan".

TheAngelForever said...

The story from India is Rabbit on the Moon.

TheAngelForever said...

I just subscribed to your feed :)

Thanks for the fun giveaway!

Suzie G. said...

The India story is Rabbit on the Moon.

Jinxy & Me said...

Rabbit on the Moon is from India. Thanks for the contest!

chromiumman said...

'Rabbit on the Moon' is a story from india

purango said...

Rabbit On The Moon is from India. garrettsambo@aol.com

lilyk said...

Two Frogs from Japan is jazz-inspired.

lilyk said...

I subscribed to your feed.

Anonymous said...

Love the contests; please keep them coming; many thanks SW

bison61 said...

Rabbit on the Moon is from India

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

Heather said...

The Indian story is Rabbit on the Moon. This is such an interesting prize. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

India- "Rabbit on the Moon" jazz-inspired story - "Two Frogs from Japan
rosans4@comcast.net

fancyfeet48 said...

love folk tales from around the world and would love to win this for my kids

kristleharrison said...

Rabbit on the Moon is from India. I kept forgot to enter this one LOL Hope it's not too late! ;)

kristleharrison said...

got ya on my sidebar. ;)

masonsgranny59 said...

The story from India is "Rabbit on the Moon" and the jazz-inspired story is "Two Frogs from Japan". :)