Kohl’s Cares® for Kids with Eric Carle #Giveaway

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Aside from the marvelous sales oh-so-very-frequently, one of my favorite things about Kohls is their Kohl’s Cares® for Kids program.  It isn’t just about getting excellent children’s literature at super low pricing ($5 for a hardcover picture book!!) or the super cute plush that go along with them, although that is awesome in and of itself.  The program sells kid-friendly merchandise, 100% of the net profits of which are donated to support kids’ education and health initiatives all across the US.  To date, over $180 million has been donated.  That’s a lot of money they’ve donated since the program began in 2000 and I applaud companies to have programs like this in place.

Right now, Kohl’s Cares® is partnered with Eric Carle, one of my all time favorite authors for children’s books!  As with all of the books and merchandise sold for Kohl’s Cares, each item is just $5.  Some of our family favorites are available, including Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, The Very Busy Spider, 10 Little Rubber Ducks, and a new-to-my-family story, Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too? which is just so sweet and I was very glad to add it to our collection.  The lamb plush that goes along with The Very Busy Spider is soft, snuggly, and beautifully done to echo Bill Martin’s rendition of a lamb from the story.  The note cards are my favorite item in this line- truth be told, I’ve purchased 3 other sets and tucked them away.  It’s the Very Hungry Caterpillar’s fault, not mine.  I can’t resist.

 

There’s also a “crazy about cookies” cookbook which will delight your tastebuds and make for a very sweet family afternoon if you want to bake some cookies with your little one and then snuggle up on the couch to read a story or two while they bake.

One of my readers will win a Kohl’s Cares prize pack including each of the books pictured here, the notecards, and one of the plush animals from this line (based on availability).



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I received a sample of this product to facilitate my review. Opinions are my own.

 

 

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  • We really love The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Goodnight Moon.

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  • Berenstein Bears! Curious George!

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  • I loved reading the book I’ll love you forever when I was a kid

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  • My favorite childhood book was Stone Soup.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

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  • I enjoyed reading the Amelia Bedelia books with my son especially the one where she prepares Thanksgiving dinner.

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  • We love The Night You Were Born. My son just loves it!

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  • I love Where The Wild Things Are!

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  • I like the Giving Tree

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  • The book that got me first reading fiction was Gone with the Wind.

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  • My favorite book is Chicken Soup with Rice
    Kims2312@verizon.net

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  • My current fav is the Lying Game series.

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  • Goodnight Moon is our favorite book!

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  • I loved the Beranstein bears books as a child.

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  • I love the way Eric’s books are so colorful..The caterpiller comes to life as you would want a caterpiller to be!!

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  • My favorite book is green eggs and ham.

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  • I have always liked Good Night Moon and Go Dog Go!

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  • I loved Where The Wild things Are when I was a kid.

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  • My favorite books are the Harry Potter Series, The Help, P.S. I Love You, Dr. Seuss books, and so on.

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  • i always liked dr seuss green eggs and ham

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  • There is a book called Hug and that is the only word in the book and I love it because it was the 1st book my son read to me.

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  • I love The Sneetches!

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  • My favorite book of all time is the Once and Future King – not a kid’s book. It is the story of King Arthur. I highly recommend it, because the book has a little bit of everything and is an epic.

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  • Very Hungry Caterpillar!

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  • When I was a kid I loved all of the Little Miss and Mr. Men books. I’ve noticed that these are sold on Amazon so I may have to get a few to share with my kids. :)

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  • It’s so hard to choose one book! We love reading around here. I have two that I love for sentimental reasons. One is The Hungry Caterpillar. We read that at nap times. The other is our bedtime book, Good Night Moon.

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  • my favorite childhood books was the Pokey Little PUppy
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  • I can’t pick one favorite, so I have to go with my current favorite children’s book- “Curious George”

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  • any of the Llama Llama series!

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  • Guess how much I love u

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  • my favorite books have always been anything by Dr. Suess

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  • The Pact by Jodi Picoult. My kids and I are such Eric Carle fans!!

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  • fave book? i love the little critters books!

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  • The three little pigs in of my favorites. My kids love it too.

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  • My favorite book from my childhood was Green Eggs And Ham.. By Dr. Seuss..

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  • Goodnight Moon is the favorite here!

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  • the wheels on the bus

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  • My favorite book is Twilight.

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  • My favorite is Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney

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  • I love Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See? My 4 year old has to read The Very Hungry Caterpillar every night!

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  • My daughter loves Eric Carle, we read the Hungry Caterpillar often , and she holds the plush doll and makes eating sounds for all of the food. It is easily one of her fave books, and one of mine to read to her.

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  • “If You Give a Pig a Party” is the current family favorite at our house.

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  • I don’t remember picture books from being younger, but I always loved Little House books! And the Borrowers – those little people fascinated me

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  • My favorite book of all times is Dory the Girl no one loved

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  • How do I pick just one!?!? Goodnight Moon is a favorite in our house as well as any book by David Shannon! Brown Bear Brown Bear is also a big hit around here! The book I love from my childhood is a sesame street book called There is a Monster at the End of This Book!

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  • I recently read Dark Corners by Liz Schulte and loved it! Wish I had more time to read.
    jill24295@yahoo.com

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  • the very hungry catapillar is the best book ever my 14 year old still loves that book to this day

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  • My favorite book for kids is Bear Snores On.

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  • I still have all the “pieces” from the book I enjoyed as a kid. “How Can We Get To The Zoo?”

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  • I LOVE Eric Carle. I got my son The Very Hungry Catepillar and The Very Grouchy Ladybug from Kohls before he was born. They are wonderful stories. My favorite book would probably have to be The Very hungry Catepillar.

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  • We read Brown Bear Brown Bear almost every night to my grandson. We have one upstairs and one downstairs, depending on where he sleeps! I admit, it’s a favorite!

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