Sunday, May 28, 2017

Guess How Much I Love You DVD Giveaway from NCircle Entertainment

Guess How Much I Love You: Summer Days
Release Date: May 30, 2017
Running time: Approx. 70 minutes


Based on the classic picture book that has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide, written by Sam McBratney, illustrated by Anita Jeram and published by Walker Books.
Keeping love as the major theme, each adventure is set against the backdrop of a season with this collection focusing on summer. On a hot summer day, Little Nutbrown Hare and friends try to have some quiet time by the river but they have trouble staying still. Only when they do manage some quiet time, they experience the variety of life the river has to offer. Then, it's time to celebrate Little Field Mouse's birthday! Little Nutbrown Hare wants to give her the perfect birthday gift. Enjoy these summer adventures and more with Little Nutbrown Hare and friends!

Are you looking for a cute DVD that has multiple stories that teach some lessons that are easy to understand?? Then you should really check out: Guess How Much I Love You: Summer Day from NCircle Entertainment.  The stories include: Summer Days, The Favorite Tree, Up Al!l Night and more.  Lessons taught:  Sharing, Friendship, Imagination and Keeping a Positive Outlook.  

Guess what?? Thanks to NCircle Entertainment, you have a chance to win your own copy right here on our blog.  To enter, just check out the rafflecopter entry form below.  

Disclaimer: As an NCircle Entertainment Ambassador, we received a copy of this DVD free of charge.  All opinions, expressed herein, are our own.

Good luck!!!


Rules of Giveaway:

Open to residents of the US 18+
Please, only 1 entrant per household.
Giveaway will end on: June 11, 2017 @ 11:59 p.m. est.
Winner will have 48 hours to respond to winning email.
Prize will be mailed to winner from sponsor, please all 6-8 weeks for shipment of prize. 











25 comments:

slb3334 said...

treat others fairly.

Joseph Wallace said...

I think kindness is an important lesson to teach. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. Bernie W BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

clc408 said...

I always tried to teach my kids kindness to others. I think it's the most important lesson.

msrodeobrat said...

I think an important lesson is to always be kind to others
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jgos said...

This would be so cute to help my grandsons learn about sharing and friendship!

Tom Gibson said...

I think an important lesson to be taught early in life is to respect everyone, even in our differences.

Edye Nicole said...

Always be kind!

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Brenda said...

I think an important lesson is always be honest.

Susan Smoaks said...

i think it's important to learn to treat people the way you want to be treated. be nice.

Jessie Marke said...

The golden rule. Treat others as you would want to be treated!

SexyBrat said...

I think patience is an amazing thing to have. I try to teach patience.

Erica C. said...

Treat others with respect.

imaclutz89 said...

Always assume positive intent. Don't think the worst of someone!

Lisa Voyce said...

To treat others as you want to be treated.

SharonC said...

Self control and the important of delayed gratification are the lessons I would like to teach. Studies show that children who can delay gratification and control themselves end up doing much better in life.

ChrisyBeasons World said...

Being honest

saturdaynightfever said...

Kindness is powerful.

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Candie L said...

I think the children need to be taught to say "yes ma'am, no ma'am: and respect their elders. Thank you

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Kathy Pease said...

I would say to be honest

Elizabeth Brooks said...

Kindness is important

Philip Lawrence said...

An important lesson to be learned is that possessions are temporary and to be truly enjoyed they should be shared with others.

Jaime said...

I think to be kind to everyone no matter what their differences is an important lesson.

laurasloves said...

I think children should be taught to be open minded when it comes to others and never judge by the way they look.
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Sand said...

To be a kind and genuine person!

Jerry Marquardt said...

I like to display all kindness that I can possible give to others.