WIN an ABIGAIL the Bunny courtesy of Hallmark and Hespera’s Garden.

We LOVE Abigail here.

LOVE LOVE LOVE.  Abigail has gone to school, sleeps in Tara’s bed and loves visiting friends.

She can get a little carried away with her cues if Tara is reading, or can give you the silent treatment occasionally – but she is pretty great.  We cannot wait to get more Abigail books!

For your chance to win Abigail the bunny leave a comment below answering the following question:

What was YOUR favourite children’s book when you were growing up and why?

Tara will choose the winner!

The winner will be announced SUNDAY 13th of May at 9pm Sydney Time.

Australian Entries Only.

Prize will be sent direct from supplier.


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Wednesday 9 May 2012 - 1:43 pm

I saw Abigail at the Digital Parents Conference! She’s awesome!

My favourite book as a child was “Look out Sally!” about a little kitten that gets lost on a farm. I used to carry it around with me apparently. My Mum kept it for me and now Lily loves it and yells out “kitty” whenever she sees Sally. :)

Mel W
Wednesday 9 May 2012 - 4:50 pm

How adorable is that bunny… I know a certain someone who is turning 1 soon that needs a namesake bunny ;)

My favourite book as a child was the “Magic Far Away Tree”. I loved all the strange lands the children visited at the top of the tree and the magical folk that lived in the tree. I would spend my days up a tree pretending I was visiting Moon Face and Silky. My sisters and I would make up our own magical lands to visit and spent hours practicing eating upside down like poor Jo did.

Emma J
Wednesday 9 May 2012 - 11:33 pm

Victoria Plum and her Woodland Friends, and, Fluff Puff farm. I just love these books and used to read them over and over again, they were my favourite stories and had the best illustrations. In fact I still own them and have them on my bookshelf for my nieces to enjoy.

I’ve seen the Abigail book and think they look absolutely gorgeous. Thank you for the opportunity to win them.

I gave my niece Jingle for christmas and she adores him. Although he just howls during the story.

Thursday 10 May 2012 - 12:08 am

May I firstly congratulate Miss T on her beautiful reading! Way to go Tara! You did that so well.
My first and favourite books were the series by Enid Blyton called The Faraway Tree. I remember loving them because as an 8 year old I got to go to magic places at the top of a tree and meet all kinds of wonderful characters, and eat the best ever sounding food! One was called Pop Tarts. They sounded DELICIOUS!
Just loved hearing you Read Clever girl!
Denyse xx

Nikki Griffin
Thursday 10 May 2012 - 3:53 pm

I LOVED The Wishing Chair by Enid Blyton. I just loved the idea of being able to fly away from my life and have adventures. I read that book until the pages were falling out!

Nelle Hamitlon
Thursday 10 May 2012 - 4:38 pm

I read and re-read every book in DF Bruce’s Dimsie series when I was in primary school. I’d imagine that I was at boarding school with her, and that her friends were my friends. I grew with her as she went up a form a form each year and I chose eh same subjecs and sport choices as Dimsie. When she married and became a mum I wanted to go to England to visit her. When I had children I introduced Dimsie to my girls, who went scounging around OP shop so they could each collect the entire series. When they left school and travelled to England, one of hem found the book she was missing in an antique shop and paid sixty pounds for it. That’s dedication to a childhood dream! Now we have the books set aside ready to share with he next generation as soon as they are old enough.

kaz reimann
Thursday 10 May 2012 - 6:34 pm

Oh my gosh, what a lovely thing to think on…
Enid Blyton’s ‘The Wishing Chair’
I went to bed dreaming about sitting in that chair and flying to new adventures – mine were all happy and I always got home to Mum and Dad xxx

Thursday 10 May 2012 - 10:00 pm

Cuddlepot and Snugglepie are the Favourite in my house. The Cute little gumnut characters. I got this book when I was 10 and read it every night. I now read it to my two little girls and They Just adore the Book and Characters. I great book for all Little Girls and Boys :) xx

Friday 11 May 2012 - 12:05 am

“The Tale Of Peter Rabbit” by Beatrix Potter was my absolute favourite but I loved my whole Beatrix Potter collection. I still have these little well read books and now I read them to my grandchildren

Michelle V
Friday 11 May 2012 - 5:38 am

Every night at storytime, the book I’d produce
Would be from the very talented man, Dr Seuss
I’d beg mum to read Green Eggs And Ham
Oh how I loved that Sam I Am!
The Lorax, and Horton, and Cat In The Hat
As far as books go, you don’t get better than that!
And I’m sure its where I got my love of rhymes
Reading Dr Seuss books were the greatest of times!!

Tanya Hampson
Friday 11 May 2012 - 7:33 am

The Silver Brumby. I first read it at primary school and every now and again have another read even though I’m close to fifty. Horses have been a huge part in keeping our family together and strong through good times and bad. But you don’t need to love horses to love this book. When I lived away it reminded me of Australia and the bush.
One day I am going to go to the Snowy Mountains and see the brumbies.

lynne lillington
Friday 11 May 2012 - 8:00 pm

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Dr Suess, a great ryhming book with wacky creatures so the kids never got bored with it.

SImone N
Saturday 12 May 2012 - 12:00 am

Wombat Stew – my kids now read this when they borrowed it form their school library and loved teh book it made me happy as I recalled my teachers way back when doing the whole big voice saying deep and loud Wombat Stew Wombat Stew hehe great memories and now some for them to have my kids

marie artico
Saturday 12 May 2012 - 8:17 am

tara is so clever, she’s gorgeous.

I have a six month old grand daughter and her name is abigail she would love the bunny. as a child i loved to read cinderella I used to hate her sisters and would feel so sad for cinderella and loved how she met the prince and ended up happily ever after

Laura Jilka
Saturday 12 May 2012 - 9:54 am

I loved Possum Magic as a kid,
I want to read like my Mum did.
Gorgeous pictures throughout,
The best kid’s book without a doubt.

Saturday 12 May 2012 - 9:08 pm

Magic faraway tree. Loved that series and now love reading it to my kids

Saturday 12 May 2012 - 10:41 pm

I to loved “The Magic Faraway Tree”, I read it and read it, and just about knew it word for word, I kept the book for my children, and just a few months ago my daughter asked if I still had the book, and could she have it to read to her son, he now loves the book also.

Sunday 13 May 2012 - 12:27 am

My favourite book was Peter Pan. I won it 63 years ago as a prize in Primary School when I was seven. It was a very large paper back and the pictures were wonderful!

Sunday 13 May 2012 - 7:47 am

When the wind changed was my favourite story.That little boy with the bright red hair used to make me giggle.Mum would read me the story and we would just laugh.I learnt a valuable lesson from this story too…..

Erika Collis
Sunday 13 May 2012 - 12:18 pm

I loved Dr Suess “Green Eggs and Ham” I learnt to read from this book and could recite it in the end as I read it so much (I still can!)

Sunday 13 May 2012 - 4:05 pm

The Very Hungry Caterpillar – I was shocked and amazed that there were holes allowed in be in a book!

Michelle V
Sunday 27 May 2012 - 7:20 am

Hi just wandering who won this giveaway please

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