Call it the end of the "which was better: the book or the movie" debate. With the superb Scholastic Storybook Treasures DVD series, the answer is clearly both! These DVDs read (or sing) and animate your child's favorite bookshelf treasures. Same gorgeous illustrations (now come to life), same clever prose (with each word lit up on the screen if you pick the read-along mode on the title page), and same delight on that little face you so adore. Chicka Chicka 123 ... And More Counting Fun gives your child an hour of reading and numbers fun. It bridges age ranges, making it especially good for siblings to share or as a gift that grows with your child. From the first 1-20 (and then by tens to 100) counting of Chicka Chicka 123 to the starting school and new friends fun of Emily's First 100 Days of School to the magic of How Much Is a Million? and the non-greedy wisdom of If You Made a Million, a childhood love of numbers starts here.
Even more fun! We're sharing the love of counting with you. We have two copies of the Chicka Chicka 123 DVD to giveaway. To enter, tell us your favorite counting game or book either in the comments below, via a message on Twitter, or on our Facebook fan page. (Be sure to tell us your email, or we can't let you know you've won.) We'll draw the winners on Monday, August 17.
This giveaway is now closed! Congratulations to Kate and Courtney on winning a copy of this delightful DVD. And thank you to Random.org for helping us to pick the winner.
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