Friday, April 1, 2016

Amelia Bedelia Children's Book Package Giveaway

I received a promotional item in exchange for this post, sponsor is responsible for prize fulfillment. 
Is it really April already?  I can't believe how fast time flies, we only have about eight weeks left of school! Spring has finally sprung and Ovation Brands’ has some fun activities through the year including a wonderful family promotion for their kid’s meal and Family Night offerings for the Ovation Brands’ portfolio of restaurants, including Old Country Buffet, Ryan’s, Hometown Buffet, and Country Buffet. From March 17th through May 12th, they are teaming up with everybody’s favorite children’s book character, Amelia Bedelia! I LOVED her when I was a kid and I know my children will giggle too when we read about all her antics.
All Family Night Kids’ Activities are free to all guests at participating Ryan’s®, HomeTown® Buffet, Old Country Buffet® and Country Buffet® locations. Kids simply meet up in the designated activity area, where an adult staff member will be leading the night’s fun-filled experience. Parents are welcome to enjoy a quiet meal in the meantime, or join in with kids as desired. Along with each weekly event, children will also receive “fun sheets” that relate back to each night’s theme.

Upcoming events include:

April 7 “Bake Off!” gets children into the wholesome fun of cooking by baking one of Amelia Bedelia’s favorites – classic Apple Pie.

April 14 “Recipes Done Right” helps kids see how important it is to follow instructions –especially when baking – with a fun ‘scramble’ game to see which team can re-create

certain recipes.

April 21 “Fly a Kite” celebrates one of Springtime’s most popular activities by coloring and assembling a miniature kite for flying or decorating their rooms

April 28 “Dream Pie” invites children to explore their imaginations and their appetites with a colorful design-your-own pie creation to share with the group

May 5 “The Power of Words That Help Out” features Amelia Bedelia and her silly mix-ups of common phrases as kids discover the multiple meanings of words and phrases during a Simon-Says-style game.

May 12 “Magic Words” highlights Amelia Bedelia once again – but this time showing how words can make a difference through manners and also through magic – with multiple magical demonstrations kids can recreate at home.

One entrant will be selected to win an Amelia Bedelia Giveaway! ($35 ARV) Sponsor can not guarantee choice of pattern. Open for entry in the Continental US, 18 years and older from 04/01/16 thru 04/07/2016 at 11:59pm EST. Winner will have 24 hours to respond to notification email to claim their prize or a new winner will be selected. See Gleam Form for official rules. Hosts & participating bloggers are not responsible for fulfilling prize obligations. Prize includes: Amelia Bedelia sticker pack, bonnet pack, poster, brochure, and 4 paperback books – Amelia Bedelia’s First Apple Pie, Amelia Bedelia Makes a Friend, Amelia Bedelia, Amelia Bedelia Means Business.
Amelia Bedelia Prize Package

Special thanks to Bookhounds for organizing this fun book giveaway hop! 




36 comments:

  1. I didn't read these books when I was a child, but I read them to my 3rd grade class before I retired from teaching.

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  2. Thank you my boys love to read

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  3. I loved to read Amelia Bedelia books as a child.

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  4. I love Amelia Bedelia! I use her books to teach multiple meaning words in my 3rd grade classroom.

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  5. Yes I read Amelia Bedelia as a kid and loved the books

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  6. I didn't but my kids love them

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  7. No, I’m not familiar with the character. It looks like the kind of thing my daughter would enough though.

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  8. Yes I read them as a kid and now my daughter in law wants them for her classroom.

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  9. I've never read them before.

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  10. I remember Amelia Bedelia from when I was a kid.

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  11. I read a lot of Nancy Drew. I have read a few of these. I would love these for my nieces. I think these are wonderful books.

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  12. I did read some Amelia Bedelia books! But if I remember correctly, I don't think that they were in very "heavy rotation." I was a voracious reader from a very young age, and I read all sorts of books! :)

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  13. I read Amelia Bedelia to my kids and now my grandkids.
    Sherry Compton
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  14. I do not remember reading them myself, but I remember reading them with my daughter!

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  15. I loved Amelia Bedelia books as a kid. My daughter loves them as well which is good because they are fun to read with her.

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  16. Yess I remember reading Amelia Bedelia in grade school :)

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  17. I have never read these books. They look cute though.

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  18. I actually didn't read any Amelia Bedelia books as a child, but I do read them to my son and daughter now

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  19. I read them to my children and my grandson. We love Amelia Bedelia!

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  20. No, I don't think I read any as a child.

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  21. I didnt, but i wish i had, these will be for my niece's and nephew's to dig if i win.

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  22. No I have not, but would still love to be able to read these with my granddaughters.
    @tisonlyme143

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  23. I don't think they were around when I was a kid, or sadly I missed them.

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  24. No this is the first time I have heard of these books

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  25. I loved to read Amelia Bedelia books as a child.

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  26. I didn't read Amelia Bedelia.

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  27. Just wanted to let you know I shared this on my Homeschool Giveaways Linky...if you ever have any other childrens books or other educational items you're giving away, please feel free to drop by and share them on the linky. http://imaginativehomeschool.blogspot.com/2015/07/homeschool-giveaways.html

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  28. No, I didn't read Amelia Bedelia as a child.

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  29. No I don't remember reading these as a child...but it looks like something my daughter would really enjoy!

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  30. I loved her as a child and I hope my daughter will too

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  31. I don't think so my my daughter loves these

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  32. They weren't around when I was a child but great for my great niece!

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  33. Yes, I liked Amelia Bedelia books as a child.

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  34. I did not, but my daughter currently enjoys them.

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  35. My daughters read Amelia Bedelia. Im a grandma so they weren't around when I was young.

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