27 November 2015

Christmas Gift Giveaway #27 - WIN a LeapFrog LeapReader



With a library of over 100 books, the LeapReader from Leapfrog provides the gift of reading and writing this Christmas! 




LeapReader helps to engage children in stories and encourages them to read along. It's a great way to learn! There is a sample book included in the box and plenty more available to purchase. 

The interactive handwriting guidance teaches your little ones stroke by stroke and will provide a real sense of achievement as their skills develop.





For your chance to a Leapfrog Leap Reader you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 12th December 2015. 

Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.


Good luck!







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192 comments :

  1. I liked all the Enid Blyton books especially Mallory Towers. My son likes reading Topsy and Tim books

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  2. The Worst Witch

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  3. my fave was the Secret Seven books by Enid Blyton, my daughter loves disney classics, especially Pinocchio at the mo

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  4. I loved Enid Blyton books, and my granddaughter loves Peppa Pig books!

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  5. I loved all the Famous Five and Secret Seven books by Enid Blyton and my granddaughter loves her Twirly Woo book (if I've got the title right!)

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  6. My favourite was George's Marvellous medicine, my daughter likes anything involving animals!

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  7. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and yes my son reads everyday and could read for years

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    1. me too! still watch the film every christmas too

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  8. a book my mum read to me called mervyn the mouse my son reads horrid henry

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  9. I read and loved the Goosebumps books and my children now have the same collection too but they love the Harry potter books more x

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  10. My favourite books were the Secret Seven and Famous Five. My son loved to read the Spot the Dog books when he was younger.

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  11. I loved WInnie the Pooh. I read DIsney stories to my nephew

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  12. I loved Enid Blyton books.

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  13. Charmian Filewood29 November 2015 at 13:56

    My fav was The Children of Green Knowle and my neice loves all the classic disneys books right now

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  14. My favourite book as a child was Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark. My son loves Oh No, George!

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  15. My favourite books was The Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton and kids love to read, son loves Aliens series and daughter anything by David Walliams

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  16. I loved Road Dahl The twits! My little one loves reading peppa pig and ben and holly books :)

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  17. I loved my set of Ladybird Read it Yourself books - my favourite was The Little Red Hen. My daughter's favourite book is To Catch A Star by Oliver Jeffers x

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  18. I loved to read Famous Five books and now read them to my daughters.

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  19. I liked the sweet valley high books, My son's like the diary of a wimpy kid books ☺

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  20. i loved chicken licken then once i could read i adored the faraway tree (i still have it lol)

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  21. I read all the Black Beauty collection, my children have loved Harry potter and the Horrid Henry books!

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  22. chicken licken and Up the faraway tree

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  23. I loved Charlottes web!! Love reading Roald Dahl books to kids now.

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  24. I loved Enid Blyton books especially Naughty Amelia Jane. My kids used to read Cathy Cassidy books but when they were younger it was Little Bean every night. Now my grandchildren love any books to do with Thomas or Peppa x

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  25. Mine was Aesops Fables, my son likes Peppa Pig!
    Brett P

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  26. My favourite was The Rockingdown Mystery by Enid Blyton. I loved all her books. I have five grandchildren and Michael Morpurgo is popular with them.

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  27. Secret Seven books by Enid Blyton

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  28. i loved reading alice in wonderland and the kids like the hungry caterpillar x

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  29. Amelia Anne and the Green Umbrella was my fave. My son loves the HARRY Potter books

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  30. Mine was Mitilda and my boy loves Hungry Caterpillar.x

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  31. I was hooked on enid blytons books. My daughters just at the reading age and she enjoys her princess stories

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  32. I loved The Twits and my little girl enjoys The Gruffalo.

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  33. I loved Alice in Wonderland as a child , my son loved Percy the Parkeeper and I have yet to discover what my grand-daughter's favourites will be but I hope she will have a love of books as well.

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  34. I loved all the Roald Dahl books when I was a child, my daughter is into the Rainbow Magic books at the moment

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  35. I loved loads of books, Dr Seuss Green Eggs and Ham, Enid Blyton books especially The Faraway Tree ones, Heidi books I was given after my little sister was born and called Heidi! My son liked to be read to but never reads himself! Too lazy arghhhh! I still pass on books for his children though!

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  36. I loved Enid Blyton and my nephew is obsessed with the Gruffalo

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  37. lion witch and the wardrobe, I used to sit in the wardrobe and read hoping to find narnia

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  38. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe was my favourite. My little disabled adopted brother in law aged 6 loves anything with Mr Tumble

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  39. I loved reading anything by Dick King Smith, and my little boy loves The Gruffalo

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  40. My favourite was the jungle book and my daughter's is sing along songs

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  41. I loved the magic Faraway Tree books and my daughter loves books by Julia Donaldson

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  42. I loved Matilda and the secret seven and famous five books. My daughter loves daisy books and my son likes a whole mix of books!

    Ashleigh

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  43. I loved the Famous Five books as a child, and I also loved any of the Michael Rosen poetry books. My year 4 teacher loved him and got me into him. :)

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  44. I loved books of Noddy, my daughter loves reading about Peppa Pig

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  45. i loved the jolly postman and the jolly christmas postman as a child and my daughter who is 6 is now obsessed with both books (my originals)

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  46. James and the giant peach and my daughter loves Peppa Pig books

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  47. My favourite book was The Magic Faraway tree by Enid Blyton. My children love Harry Potter

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  48. I used to love the Famous Five books

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  49. Mine Was The Bears Umbrella our little chap loves The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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  50. Mallory Towers by Enid Blyton,my daughter loves to read she especially likes the David Walliams books at the moment.

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  51. I loved Malory towers and Ronald Dahl. My daughter really likes Ronald Dahl too and is loving Harry Potter

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  52. My favourite was Matilda....My daughter loves Guess How Much I love you?

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  53. I used to LOVE the series of books called "The Internet Detectives". I owned all of them and read them on multiple occasions. Always been a bit of a geek :)

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  54. My favourite was probably either His Dark Materials trilogy by Philip Pullman or Harry Potter. My niece (who I am entering for) loves her Peppa Pig and Thomas books.

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  55. my fave book was Green eggs and ham,
    my kids love Horrid Henry

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  56. Hans Anderson Fairy Tales was my favourite. David Walliams Gangsta Gran the children like.

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  57. Enid Blyton - the magic faraway tree, my boys like Tom Gates books x

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  58. my favourite book as a child was Alice in Wonderland

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  59. I used to love the Sweet Valley High books and my little girl loves Mr Men and Little Miss books!

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  60. I loved secret seven books and my toddler loves to read

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  61. I loved anything by Enid Blyton, Famous Five, Secret Seven, Mallory Towers, St Clare's, The Faraway Tree, I wish my son would read them but he is more into Horrid Henry and all David Walliams books.

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  62. I used to love the Sweet Valley Twins books when I was younger. My daughter loves Room on the broom, that is her current favourite, she's a bit young for Sweet Valley, but maybe in the future

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  63. i love all the famous 5's. my eldest is reading grandpas great escape at the moment, but also reads the beast quest series. my 5 year old loves to read his reading tree books i bought and my little one is into the mr men

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  64. I loved the jolly postman book my kids really enjoy it too

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  65. I loved all the Enid Blyton books, I still have probably one hundred of them. My sons like reading the Spot books and Peace at Last.x

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  66. I loved anything by Enid Blyton, especially Famous Five. My son is enjoying the kids versions of Treasure Island and Wizard of Oz.

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  67. I don't actually have one... I can remember reading books, like the funny bones and the Biff, Chip and Kipper books :o) however, I can't say I had a favourite. My daughter loves a book called Goat goes to playgroup, buy the guys who wrote The Gruffalo!! :) xx

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  68. I loved the railway children my man always read to us. My daughter is tiger came to tea

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  69. I loved The Magic Faraway Tree. My daughter loves the Mr Men books.

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  70. I loved The BFG and my daughter's favourite Giraffes Can't Dance.

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  71. I loved Enid Blyton books, famous five, brer rabbit, the enchanted wood etc
    These days it's the gruffalo and those sorts of stories.

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  72. I loved any school stories - The Chalet School Series especially, and I knew Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes off by heart.

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  73. I loved any Roald Dahl and kids love the Aliens love underpants range.

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  74. My daughter loves reading fairy books and books about magic. She has a big book of fairies stories and also loves secret circle, i read it to her.

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  75. I loved Winnie the Witch & my boys love pooh bear & Julia Donaldson

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  76. I loved the secret seven my boys like to read super worm!

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  77. I loved The Witches and my kids love anything that makes them laugh. Mostly david Walliams.

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  78. I really enjoyed Roald Dahl & Sophie loves Peter Rabbit

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  79. Richard Scarry Busy Busy World. My sons also a Richard Scarry fan, but he prefers his transport book.

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  80. I read anything by Roald Dahl, my kids did too

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  81. famous five by enid blyton - loved the adventures!

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  82. I loved WInnie the Pooh. I read the bfg to my grandsons

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  83. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe...little man adores Peter Rabbit and Thomas the Tank Engine.

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  84. I loved The Worst Witch by Jill Murphy.
    My children are really enjoying Adventure According to Humphrey series by Betty G. Birney.

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  85. I loved the Harry Potter books- my little man loves the Hungry Caterpillar x

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  86. mine was marvin the wonder mouse, my daughter loves jacqueline wilson books and my son loves spot!

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  87. at the moment our girls like a fairy story book, their nan brought them one xmas. its a big book with short stories in.

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  88. Both me and my daughter love/ed the very hungry caterpillar, never gets old that one x

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  89. I used to love all of the Joan Aikens books - and my goddaughter loves anything with princesses in!

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  90. My favourite book was Matilda and my children's favourite is Mr Magnolia
    @Littlestar1979 (twitter)
    J_a_smith33@hotmail.com

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  91. I loved curious George & Dr Seuss books as a kid & as I grew up fell in love with R.L. Stines Goosebumps.

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  92. Its gotta be the Jolly Postman!!

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  93. my kids love the harry potter books and my favourite book was the lion, the witch and the wardrobe

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  94. i loved roald dahl books especially the twits and i'm reading it to my son x

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  95. I loved the ladybird books like Rumpelstiltskin

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  96. I loved the ladybird books like Rumpelstiltskin

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  97. Love Roald Dahl books especially BFG

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  98. Love Roald Dahl books especially BFG

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  99. I used to read the Nancy Drew mysteries as a child. My daughter loves the Princess Ballerinas x

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  100. The Jennings and Darbyshire series of books. Read them all.

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  101. I loved the Magic Faraway Tree, my daughter loves Fantastic Mr Fox :)

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  102. The Jolly Postman was my favorite! <3 My sons favorite however is The dinosaur that pooped a planet.....!

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  103. I loved mr men and little miss when I was little, my little girl loves these books too. She likes all books though

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  104. There was an old lady who swallowed a fly, and now it's my daughter's favourite too

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  105. i loved Dr Seuss books and my nephew loves i funny

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  106. my favourite was peter pan, Emily isnt quite old enough to understand it yet. x

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  107. I loved judy blume and im trying to get my daughter into reading right now she mainly like fairy books

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  108. I loved judy blume and im trying to get my daughter into reading right now she mainly like fairy books

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  109. Mine were Jacqueline Wilson books and now there my daughter Grace's favourite too

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  110. The railway children, my granddaughter loves any peppa pig book

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  111. Harry and the lady next door...... I kept it and Archie loves it too

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  112. Harry Potter- and I still love it all now! Can't wait for my little fella to discover the magic of Hogwarts, but until then he loves the Gruffalo :)

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  113. I liked Enid Blytons Mallory Towers

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  114. The jolly postman was fab :) loved it when I was little and about a year ago my mum found the book in her attic so I've been able to read it to my kids and they love it too!

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  115. I loved the hungry catapiller and my son loves The Gruffalo! x

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  116. I loved the Famous Five books. My daughter loves David Walliams books.

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  117. Mine was the ladybird books and I think it was 3 little pigs

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  118. Mine was the ladybird books and I think it was 3 little pigs

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  119. I loved a book called The Case of the Silver Egg. I want my potty is always a hit now

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  120. Claire Elizabeth Noke4 December 2015 at 23:39

    I used to love reading Enid Blyton books, and The Lion, The Withc and The Wardbrobe. My youngest two are still learning to read and love the Mr Men books.

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  121. Any Enid Blyton when i was a child and now its any Disney story books x

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  122. Winnie the pooh! Very fond memories of that!!

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  123. Secret Seven and Famous Five - and mine love the same

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  124. I loved Mrs Pepperpot. My children love the Percy the Parkkeeper books

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  125. Samantha Wheeler6 December 2015 at 19:47

    I love the Alfie and Annie-Rose stories and now Beth loves Dogger!

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  126. I loved Alice in Wonderland and my son loves so many books. I think his favourite is There's a Dinosaur in my Bathtub :) x

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  127. My favourite book was Peter Pan was i was little..my son is 5 and just now he loves the mr men and little miss books .im getting him some more for xmas :)

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  128. I liked to read Jacqueline Wilson books as a child. My daughter loves being read too

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  129. I loved all of Enid Blyton's books and my kids have read most of them too. I also loved the Bobby Brewster series by H. E. Todd.

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  130. I loved The Faraway tree by Enid Blyton and the Beatrix Potter books. My kids love reading anything really. At the moment it's all about the Peppa Pig books.

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  131. I loved sweet valley high my daughter and son love David Walliams

    Kay Panayi

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  132. I love Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
    Paige enjoys anything with Peppa Pig

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  133. My favourite was Tolkiens The Hobbit, My daughter love to read Horrid Henry, The Faraway Tree and Julia Donaldson. We are currently reading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire together.

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  134. Frog and Toad. And The Giving Tree!

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  135. Mine was The Faraway Tree, my children also like Enid Blyton but also Captain Underpants and the like

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  136. mine was scruffy dog pete, ( i still have it somewhere) my kids love we're going on a bear hunt

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  137. I used to love anything by Enid Blyton. My children now love Julia Donaldson, especially The Gruffalo.

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  138. I loved the Famous Five books. I think I read them all! My son is just as keen a reader

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  139. I used to love the dr Seuss books as a kid, my kids love anything by Julia Donaldson

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  140. i used to love reading goosebumps books and my son is into horrid henry

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  141. I was such an avid reader as a child and couldnt get enough of all the adventures of the famous five by enid blyton or the secret seven... i also loved the fable make you own adventure books by steve jackson where u had to roll a dice and the book had all different outcomes depending on the the roll... those types of books can be read over and over again without getting boring <3

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  142. velveteen rabbit was my favourite and my daughter now enjoys it too

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  143. Green eggs and Ham and my daughter loves Dr. Seuss too

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  144. I loved the narnia books, charlottes web and the secret garden. My daughter is currently loving The Worst Witch (which I love too) and Rainbow Magic books (I hate these but as she loves them I go along with it)

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  145. The Little Princess was my favourite. My 2 year old daughter loves her In the night garden - a snowy day book.

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  146. I love the Mallory towers books, my daughter love What the Ladybird heard and most of the Julia Donaldson books

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  147. The jolly postman was mine, my little one loves anything with Thomas the tank engine in it x

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  148. I loved the Famous 5 - my daughter likes Harry Potter

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  149. My fav was beatrix potter my little boys is harry potter

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  150. my daughter loves aliens love underpants, i used to like the hungry caterpillar

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  151. i loved famous 5 and secret seven. my son loves diary of a wimpy kid series

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  152. i loved the hungry caterpillar and my daughter loves peppa

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  153. My favourite book as a child was chocolate by Joanne Harris, I was always reading books that were advanced for me. My son love anything Thomas and friends

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  154. Mines was The Children Of Cherry Tree Farm by Enid Blyton but my girls love anything by Julia Donaldson x

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  155. Jen Lou Stevenson12 December 2015 at 13:17

    The dog with the long tail for me. My daughters likes fairy books

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  156. I loved anything my Enid Blyton

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  157. I loved Mr Men and Beatrix Potter books. Tyler loves Mr Men too

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  158. I was an avid reader as a child, Roald Dahl, Beatrix Potter and Enid Blyton were all firm favourites. I loved reading The Witches
    My daughter loves The Chronicles of Narnia

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  159. Hi - I have just realised my Gleam account is associated with my husband's account @tomkirby83 My account (the one I enter your giveaways with) is @sayhelloflo I have emailed gleam to change it but worried about being disqualified

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  160. Hi - I have just realised my Gleam account is associated with my husband's account @tomkirby83 My account (the one I enter your giveaways with) is @sayhelloflo I have emailed gleam to change it but worried about being disqualified

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  161. I loved Robin Hood, I used to listen to a recording of the story every day after school, numerous times. LOL!! My daughter loves ''Oh no George'' and my son loves '' Funny Bones'' :)

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  162. I loved reading all the chronicles of Barnard. I loved that the author C S Lewis lived and grew up in the same city as me. It's rather amazing! My son loves wobble bear says yellow.

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  163. lion the witch and the wardrobe
    my children love alldisney tales

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  164. Treasure island by Robert Louis Stevenson...your imagination went wild! and my grandson loves Paddington Bear..

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  165. my favourite book as a child was the rie ministers brain, my eldest is 5 and is a bit delayed in reading but he absolutley adores peppa pig books at the moment!

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  166. My fav books were the Winnie the pooh books but my grandson loves the gruffalo!

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  167. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and my on loves hungry caterpillar

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  168. magic porridge pot was mine and my little girl loves allsorts,we are always reading

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  169. I loved Tolkien, CS Lewis, Enid Blyton, LM Montgomery and loads more. My daughter also loved the Malory Towers set and is currently enjoying Jacqueline Wilson.

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  170. The lion the witch and the wardrobe

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  171. I loved Alice in Wonderland as a child. My daughter loves Stick Man xx

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  172. THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE. The boys are sharing that love.

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