Scholastic Storybook Treasures: The Springtime Collection (3 DVD set) GIVEAWAY- 3 winners!



Have you heard of the entertaining, Springtime Collection 3 DVD set?  They are a big hit in our home!

Bunnies and chicks take over! My children love to watch as Max and Ruby hunt for Easter eggs in Max’s Chocolate Chicken, or as a crazy-eyed chicken and all his panicked friends try to run away from a falling sky in Chicken Little. Plus, families can learn a fun baking recipe with The Red Hen! With celebrity narration by Lily Tomlin, Randy Travis, Michael McKean, and more!

  • Max’s Chocolate Chicken…and more stories by Rosemary Wells – Also Includes: Max’s Christmas / Morris’s Disappearing Dog / Otto Runs for President / Max’s Christmas – Spanish Version
  • The Ren Hen…and more cooking stories – Also Includes: Bread Comes to Life / How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food? / Arnie the Doughnut
  • Chicken Little…and more zany animal stories – Also Includes: The Great White Man-Eating Shark / The Three-Legged Cat / Dooby Dooby Moo

The Springtime Collection includes 13 Award-Winning Stories in a 3-DVD collection.  It is geared towards ages 2-7, but my 8 year old has really enjoyed the stories, too.  He likes to read a long with the words on the screen.  There is a total of 12 stories

My children have enjoyed all of the DVDs, but fell in love with The Red Hen.  The Red Hen stories are all about cooking.  We are going to make homemade bread sticks on Friday after we watch the movie for tenth time.  They will also enjoy coloring this FUN coloring page.

Scholastic Storybook Treasures would like to give (1) The Springtime Collection and (2) The Red Hen DVD making a total of (3)winners.  I will be picking the 3 winners on April 4th at 12a.  All winners will be contacted via email and must respond within 48 hours.
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  1. I’d love to win these dvds! Thanks for the chance.

  2. I loved the Pippi Longstocking series as a kid!

  3. Jenn Banks says:

    I was a complete Babysitter’s Club girl! LOL had to have them all…But even younger than that was Clifford.

  4. My children love these dvd’s.

  5. Katie @ 3WittleBirds says:

    My daughter is obsessed with Max and Ruby!!! It’s crazy because I remember reading these books as a kid and now my daughter enjoys them too!!

  6. another great giveaway

  7. My kids love max.

  8. Love these videos! Haven’t seen this set, but the boys love the Chicka Chicka Boom Boom one the best! Thanks for the chance.

  9. I don’t think I could pick a favorite but my three boys have really loved the Rosemary Wells stories lately. This would be a wonderful gift for them. Thanks for the chance to win.

  10. I loved reading all of the Babysitter’s Club Books. I think I have read them all.

  11. I loved Scholastic books as a kid! I loved the mystery books!

  12. Channon Bell says:

    It’s been so long I can’t even remember! But I know my 5 year old would love these!

  13. Marianne Smallwood says:

    My boys would love this series. They watch Max and Ruby on Nick Jr.

  14. Max & Ruby is always a big hit with my grandsons, and with Granny having chickens too, this would just be a hands down winner with them !

  15. There were so many books when I was growing up, there was never one favorite….I remember going to the book fairs and wanting to buy one of each!!! And my son is the same way now….we are going to his first book fair tonight and he has already said that he wants to get a lot! (He already has 2 book cases on his room stuffed full….LOL!!!) My daughter is just starting on her reading adventures (she is 20 months old) and these would be great for her collection! Thank you for the chance to win these!!!

  16. I would love to win these. My girls would love them. 🙂

  17. Dina Strawn says:

    We enjoy Amelida Bedelia books, and Olivia and Max and Max and Ruby. As a child…I remember a Holly Hobby type book I really liked…can’t remember the title. I will think on that cause now it’s bugging me. 🙂

  18. Dina Strawn says:

    We enjoy Amelida Bedelia books, and Olivia and Max and Max and Ruby. As a child…I remember a Holly Hobby type book I really liked…can’t remember the title. I will think on that cause now it’s bugging me. 🙂

  19. Cynthia T. says:

    My daughter loves these!

  20. Cynthia T. says:

    My children would love these!

  21. I loved any horse book growing up! I’d love to win this set for my two youngest children!

  22. Rosalina Diaz says:

    Thanks for the chance to win these! My girls love Max & Ruby 🙂

  23. Jennifer Smith says:

    We love Max and Ruby in our house!

  24. I am not sure they were scholastic, but my daddy bought me a set of Molly Dingles community of color books and I loved those.

  25. Kristen burns says:

    I loved animal books. Our favorite Scholastic books are Amelia Bedilia! 🙂

  26. Liz Nicolino says:

    I’m afraid it’s been too long ago for me to remember my favorite Schoolastic book, but my kids love Schoolastic. We just bought Jellybean for Easter and we are loving it! Reading it over and over. . . .

  27. Deena Jakes says:

    I would love to be able to give these to my great nephews. They sound adorable!!

  28. Pipi Longstocking! My Mom would always buy me tons of books from the scholastic order at school… It was one thing she never told me no about! I could always have as many books as I wanted:) I love Scholastic and loved to give my students Scholastic books for Christmas every year when I taught school. My girls love to watch the Scholastic DVD collections at story time at the library too:) Thanks for this fun giveaway!

  29. Julie Nettleton says:

    Clifford books were always my favorite, but I was a true bookworm and read more than I could remember. I am glad that I am still a voracious reader and can pass that love on to my kiddos 🙂

  30. Babysitter’s Club!

  31. Loved Charlotte’s Web and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory when I was growing up. Great giveaway…thanks!

  32. Tiffany S. says:

    I loved any book from my order form with “mystery” or “secret” in the title.

  33. Ms. Baun says:

    My kids LOVE these as books…DVDs would be awesome!!

  34. We love Arthur and Amelia Bedelia. We would love to own these DVD’s!

  35. GeraldineBeard says:

    I was an Avid reader then and I am still, my parent’s had trouble keeping up with my requests for new books there were so many LOL, I just love all books!

  36. Michelle says:

    We love Clifford and all the books. My kids will sit and listen to stories and love to read. Thanks for the chance to be a winner.

  37. Carrie R. says:

    Gosh, I loved the Scholastic books orders we’d receive as a kid in school. I loved Sweet Valley High, but I don’t think that was Scholastic? Was Babysitters Club? They’d always have cute posters, though!

  38. Alvina Castro says:

    goosebumps! Love goosebumps books

  39. The Red Hen sounds delightful!

  40. Theses look wonderful!

  41. I was a HUGE fan of The Babysitter’s Club. I even remember when the very first one came out. 🙂

  42. Elizabeth says:

    My girls love Max and Ruby and I loved the Little Red Hen when I was little! Thanks for the giveaway!

  43. I love.. Still do! Chicka Chicka Boom Boom!

  44. There were way too many favorites. My brothers and I devoured those books.

  45. Brenda S says:

    My daughter loves Max and Ruby and even my older boys enjoy! Thanks!

  46. I loved the Babysitter’s Club and Sweet Valley High when I was a kid. 🙂

  47. We love Arthur books & Charlotte’s Web 🙂 What a great giveaway!!

  48. I was a HUGE Babysitter’s Club fan!! Loved reading those books!! Also, my FAVORITE part of elementary school was getting the book orders to take home! I could look through those papers and pick out sooo many books!! My parents thought I was crazy! 🙂

  49. I loved to read anything I could get my hands on as a child. We get a little nuts when my son’s school has book fairs (for some reason they don’t do the monthly fliers). So much fun!

  50. I really don’t remember there being Scholastic books around when I was a kid (guess I am dating myself here). When my older children were little (they are now 21, 20, 18, 15, 14, & 12), we read them a lot. My oldest daughter especially loved anything to do with other countries. My youngest son enjoyed animals. My littlest (She is 3) just loves the Max Easter book we got her last year, so I know she would adore these. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win these. What fun!

  51. What a great giveaway. Thanks for a chance!

  52. Megan Parsons says:

    My favorite was Chicka Chicka Boom Boom 123!!!

  53. Adair Bates says:

    Mercer Mayer books, The Little Critter Series, were my favorites when I was really little. My two year old daughter and I really enjoy the Max and Ruby series. It would be fantastic to win the set. Thank you for the opportunity.

  54. kelly sullivan says:

    I loved Charlotte’s Web

  55. Wendy M. says:

    I always liked Judy Bloom!

  56. Nicole Fuller says:

    My kids love to read and these are great!

  57. My son is obsessed with Max and Ruby!!!

  58. I’ve just read recently about the book DVD option. I think my kiddos would like the change.

  59. Charlotte’s Web

  60. Jennifer says:

    I was a huge Pippi fan…thinking my girls will be too, but for now we are really enjoying Chicka Chicka Boom Boom!

  61. Melissa Bell says:

    I don’t know if I could pick just one. My girls would both love these DVD’s!

  62. Denise Flynn says:

    I got all of my Garfield books from Scholastic as a kid. My kids would love these DVD’s too!

  63. Jessica A. says:

    My little one loves Max and Ruby!

  64. kelly tillotson says:

    arthur and amelia bedelia

  65. Robin Wright says:

    We would live this sounds awesome my kids love max and ruby!!

  66. Kimberly R says:

    It’s been so long since I was in school, I can’t remember which scholastic books I liked 🙂

  67. Lesley M says:

    I enjoyed Amelia Bedelia and the Babysitter’s club!

  68. Desiree W says:

    Clifford books were my favorite 🙂

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