Friday, 13 July 2012

Abigail Story Buddy competition!

I found another one lurking in my cupboard so I am offering it as a prize !


ABIGAIL STORY BUDDY™

Meet Abigail, the chatty acrobatic bunny who just can't wait to grow up. Kids will love watching her come to life as you read key words aloud from her books: Her newest book,Abigail and the Fashion Show, comes with an Abigail-sized purse for her to carry. Additional books include Abigail and the Balance Beam (book included), Abigail and the Tea Party and Abigail and the Lost Purse.

A charming book which will delight any little girl or boy. I gave my niece the Jingle the Huskey at Christmas and she thoroughly enjoyed it , she is an advanced reader  and she just loved this. Even if you are not an advanced reader then is nothing better that snuggling up with a your child while you read it to them

An interactive reading book
Interactive Abigail Story Buddy Rabbit from Hallmark



Each Interactive Story Buddy plush character has a free coordinating app for iPhone and/or iPad that can be downloaded from Apple's App Store. Each app includes games, animation that brings the storybook pictures to life, and the option of recording your own voice or playing a pre-recorded narration:
  • Download Bigsby’s Best Friend iPad app
  • Download Abigail and the Balance Beam iPhone/iPad app
  • Download Cooper's Big Bear Hug iPhone/iPad app
  • Download Watson and the Case of the Sneaky Stealer iPhone/iPad app
  • The Jingle All the Way app has generated more than 200,000 free downloads so far. Apps tracker padgadget.com regularly ranks the Hallmark Story Buddy™ apps among the top 10 downloads across the industry. 

Hallmark have very kindly given me one of these to review  to give away to you.









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89 comments:

  1. Thank you for the lovely giveaway!!! I always loved the traditional Fairy tales like Goldilocks and The Three Bears, The Three Pigs, Little Red Riding Hood, Little Red Hen etc but my favourite was always The Ugly Duckling as it was a sad story with a happy ending x

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  2. i loved the 3 little bears x

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  3. The lion the witch and the wardrobe

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  4. Danny the Champion of the World by Roald Dahl

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  5. I loved The Very Hungry Caterpillar :)

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  6. I think it was probably Cinderella; I used to have an old version where the ball took place over three nights and her dress got better every night! Once I got a bit older, it became all about Roald Dahl.

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  7. Little Red Riding hood was my fave story :)

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  8. Busy Busy World by Richard Scarry

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  9. When I was very little I liked fairy tales and myths and legends, but when I was a little older it was Harry Potter and also Phillip Pullmans His Dark Materials.

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  10. I always loved Hansel and Gretel

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  11. My favourite was the Faraway Tree books by Enid Blyton. I have just started reading them to my son.

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  12. My Fave was a collection of Hans Christian Anderson stories - I used to love the story about the dog with eyes like saucers !!!

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  13. i remember having the topsy & tim books, they were fab!

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  14. my mum used to read me a story called mervin the mouse

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  15. The three little kittens - thinks thats what started my obsession with cats! xoxo

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  16. Morning, from wet Essex, anything from BEATRIX POTTER, loved Peter Rabbit

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  17. huey, , Dewey, and Louie, with donald duck. I have the book still, it has been patched up so many times

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  18. I always loved all the classic fairy tales when I was a child. Looking at them now I find some a bit too brutal for my son ;)

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  19. would lv these to read to my granddaughter :)

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  20. three billy goats Gruff :)@soxxylady

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  21. I used to read all the time, still do. The one I remember fixing on, partly because we were reading it in school when we moved house & it took the new library ages to find a copy was "Smith", by Leon Garfield.

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  22. The Three Little Pigs, and when I was a child two of them came to a nasty end, as did the wolf.

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  23. I loved all the Famous Five books :)

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  24. I adored The Owl That's Afraid Of The Dark

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  25. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  26. Always loved peace at last , red it too my son now :)

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  27. Bambi & the lion king was mine.

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  28. I used the love the Tales of Mrs Tiggywinkles x

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  29. Lustige Geschichten by Vladimir Sutejew

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  30. Anything by Enid Blyton @Bobbity666

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  31. I loved Cinderella as a child! (still do ;-)) @LuckyThing13

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  32. I loved the Mallory Towers books @LuckyThing13

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  33. I loved the Anne of Green Gables series of books.

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  34. I love the beatrix potter books x

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  35. The Children of Cherry Tree Farm

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  36. The Narnia stories

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  37. The owl who was afraid of the dark - I read it to my children now! :o)

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  38. I loved everything by Enid Blyton

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  39. I loved the Faraway Tree
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  40. The Very Hungry Caterpillar was one of my favourites

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  41. I loved James and the giant peach :)

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  42. Goldilocks and the 3 bears :) xx

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  43. famous five go off in a caravan

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  44. famous five

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  45. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory :)

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  46. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory :)

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  47. The Hobbit! My dad used to read it to me in the bath!

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  48. the wishing chair by enid blyton, i loved the fun they had and the magic

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  49. rachael jones mann18 August 2012 at 16:44

    Topsy & Tim !

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  50. I loved the stories about Mr Pinkwhistle by Enid Blyton

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  51. Enid Blyton, the one with the people that lived in the trees? The Enchanted forest?

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  52. Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton

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  54. I like The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

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  55. Alice In The Wonderland

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  56. Rebecca Woodroof22 August 2012 at 22:18

    Topsy and tim

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  57. Oh there are so many
    I just couldn't choose!
    So I thought I would list them,
    yep! Just for you!
    There was Milly-Molly-Mandy
    a nice little girl,
    The Twins at St.Claires
    a big part of my world!
    There was Mr Pinkwhistle
    and all his mishaps!
    and Bill & Ben,
    the flowerpot chaps!
    I LOVED Famous Five
    and the Secret Seven!
    Enid Blytons stories
    to me, were like Heaven!
    Beatrix Potter,
    and dear Roald Dahl
    The giants in the BFG
    SCARED me with their snarls!
    I still love them all now
    I have kids of my own!
    I still like to read them
    even though I am grown.

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  58. I loved my little pony storybooks or the little mermaid.

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  59. I liked My Little Pony Story books & The Little Mermaid. xx

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  60. My Favourite book as a child was Alice In Wonderland <3

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  61. My favourite was The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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  62. It was a very long time ago, but I remember the Noddy books as being favourites.

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  63. I loved any of Enid Blyton's books

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  64. Either the Twits or Flat Stanley

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  65. My dad used to read 'Treasure Island' to me and was very vocal whenever the pirate spoke - 'aarrrrgggghh!'

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  66. The painted garden by Noel Streatfield - I always dreamt of going to California and last year i actually did it ( only 40 years later !)

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