Aug 7, 2013

Giving Back with Pasko Sa Agosto Giveaways 2013!

Open to Philippine residents only/ August 7th to August 28th
I'm really excited to be part of the Pasko Sa Agosto Giveaway hop! The Pasko sa Agosto is all about giving back and that's why I'm participating. I've won so many giveaways in the last few years that it's now time for me/us to give a little back.

This giveaway caravan is hosted by CDO Mom. The mechanics are so simple and easy to do. Just do all the tasks listed in the Rafflecopter. Visit all of the participating blogs and get more chances to win cool prizes. Giveaways are open to Philippine residents only. Giveaways starts August 7th and ends August 28th.

Since my kids love to read, we'll be giving away three (3) children's books from the young children's storybook author, Liwliwa Malabed, published by Lampara Books. These are some my kids' favorites! All books are signed by the author herself. You can visit her blog at Pinalayang Haraya to read more stories for and to your kids.


And as an additional prize, for the mommies, I'll be giving away a 60ml of Potentilla room diffuser. You can read my review about it here. This will be a month-long giveaway, so who knows, I might be able to add in some more prizes, hopefully. So visit us back from time to time.

So what are you waiting for? Just do the tasks in the Rafflecopter below and good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


VISIT THESE PARTICIPATING BLOGS FOR MORE CHANCES OF WINNING!

  1. CDO Mom
  2. The Late Bloomer
  3. When Silence Speaks
  4. Stylish Voyager
  5. ZoWanderer
  6. IchaDalawaTatlo
  7. Tweenteen Mom
  8. Marriage Markers
  9. Beauty and Fashion Diva
  10. Mum Writes
  11. Mai Thankful Heart - YOU ARE HERE
  12. Green Home Elements
  13. Straight from the Heart
  14. Woman Elan Vital
  15. It's All About Me, Mommy Kat
  16. Bits-en-Pieces
  17. My Tummy Calls
  18. Fashion. Beauty. Expert
  19. The Imperishable Beauty
  20. Chic n Fab
  21. TLE Desk
  22. Mary Narvasa
  23. Life on Lens
  24. Classy Sweets
  25. Fashion Passion Online
  26. Jared's Little Corner
  27. Ekspresyun
  28. Blogiversity
  29. Diva Fabulosa 
  30.  Beauty and Beyond

83 comments:

  1. Wow, galing naman "Pasko sa Agost5o" is really nice!

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    1. Yes, really nice sis. I'm excited for this year's Pasko sa Agosto.

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  2. awesome! this will be perfect for kids.

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  3. joining sis! those coloring books look great + i've always wanted to try potentilla home diffusers! crossing my fingers to win! ^_^

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  4. Excited for Pasko.. kung pwede lang whole year round. hehehe!

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  5. Thanks for inviting me to join! :D I love Potentilla! Hope to win!

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  6. looks good sis! would love to win some for my little cousins in Philippines.

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  7. This is cool. Sayang hindi ako pwede.

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  8. i recommend The Cat in the Hat
    Dr Seuss (HarperCollins) book for age 5-6

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  9. Charlotte's Web is a great book for children.. :)

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  10. in this generation ,kids were born high tech ,even two years old can play computer, and encouraging kids to read book are now can be a big challenge Some children naturally take to reading while others seem to resist it at every turn. Learn how to motivate your kids and you will learn how to encourage him to read books, too.

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  11. this generation kids are now high tech,a two years old can play computer or tablet without someone assisting them.and now encouraging kids to read books can be a big challenge.
    i love this giveaway ..i want to win the 3 children's books for my little girl ;-)

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  12. I recommend some story telling books for kids...

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  13. Bible stories is best children books then the Cat in a hat..I always read my kids story books before they go to sleep

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  14. Bible stories is the best story telling books then the 3 little pigs..and Cat in a hat..

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  15. i recommend some story books and a reading books also

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  16. i recommend story and reading books

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  17. my daughter loves to read diary of a whimpy kid :)
    hoping to win, thanks

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  18. I guess coloring book will do.. My kid enjoys it so much.. :D

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  19. I recommend story telling books where they learn moral lesson. my daughter love to read books hope to win for my daughter.

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  20. I recommended All the World By Liz Garton Scanlon because i saw this on oprahs website.

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  21. For 11 years old I recommend, The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. It talks about friendship, hope, and some recipes of love. :)

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  22. I recommend Heidi. That is the first book i ever had.

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  23. I recommend fables just like the old times coz it provides moral lessons

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  24. Eslava music books, to educate my niece and nephews to read notes as they show interest in music :)

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  25. Eslava music book, to educate my interest nephews and nieces for music

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  26. God's Big Promises for kids by Crystal Bowman..and more of Crystal Bowman's book. It is good for kids.

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  27. For 11 years old, I recommend Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew to keep their minds thinking and be very good at analyzing problems

    Charito Garces

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  28. joined :-)

    For me...Bible Stories :-)

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  29. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

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  30. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

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  31. Ollie's Jar,Pirates's Treasure,The Farm Animals

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  32. I guess fairy tales still there favorite!

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  33. It certainly enjoy my daughter plus her knowledge as

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  34. joined, My son loves the rhyming books

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  35. For the 5-7 age bracket, they should ready fairy tales :) Like Snow White, Beauty and the Beast, Ibong Adarna and the likes :)

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  36. Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers for 9-11 y'/o

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  37. Josephine S. GregorioAugust 13, 2013 at 3:22 PM

    ang mga old times stories like ibong adarna, ang almat ng pinya... at marami pang klase ng alamat.. :)

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  38. hi there! im a mom of three din .. i already joined and hoping na manalo.. if ever to win this thing im sure my kids are happy wid my prize..

    nice giveaway btw! :)

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  39. regardless of the age, i recommend Bible stories.. :)

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  40. i suggest the book "Are You My Mother?" by P.D. Eastman..

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  41. Joined.

    I highly recommend this Lampara books, my kids enjoyed reading this materials.

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  42. I think the books from Kumon worksbooks would do. tnx.

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  43. My daughter collects different story books , we uys books almost every other week. she loves reading which I am very happy about.

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  44. I would recommend Leapfrog Tag books :)

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  45. I would recommend Leapfrog Tag books for 5-7 years old and Leapster for age 8+ :)

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  46. For 5-6 bracket, I guess they could read books written by Allan Ahlberg.:)

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  47. I usually buy my kids who are 4 & 7, parables. It would help every kid learn good manners...

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  48. We had Bible stories when we were young. I'll read the same to my son.

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  49. We had Bible stories when we were young. I'll read the same to my son.

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  50. My recommended books are those for story telling and those learning books.

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  51. I would like to recommend anything from Ibong Adarna. I grew up reading Ibong Adarna books. As for foreign titles, this is my top 5: Alice's Adventure in Wonderland, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe, Madeline and my most favorite Rip Van Winkle.

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  52. The "Paglaki Ko" series published by Museo Pambata.

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  53. kids today are very techie and they wont even touch their books except when there's an assignment.. i'll recommend you to install interactive books on their tablets so that way they can still learn while being tech savvy.. or use audiobooks..

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  54. 11 and up. Christina

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  55. I would recommend bible stories for children. If they are between 5 - 7, you can read the stories to them, but if they are already 11, they can read it by themselves

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  56. Fairy tales like Cinderella and snow white & seven dwarfs :)

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  57. Fairy tales like Cinderella and snow white & seven dwarfs :)

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  58. I've been buying Ready-to-Read books for my 5-yr-old. She already has the Narnia series in condensed form. I think she may be ready for Roald Dahls and will be getting her the set soon. Oh, and make sure that every child has his own Bible for Toddlers/Preschoolers. :-)

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  59. I have three kids, ages 7 to 10. I started to develop their reading habit as early as age one. Though still young, they are now reading classic books, such as "The Secret Garden" and "The Little Prince".

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  60. I highly recommend Bible stories for kids of all ages. Ibong Adarna and Dr. Seuss series will also be good for them.

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  61. I highly recommend Bible stories for kids of all ages. Ibong Adarana and Dr. Seuss series will also be good.

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  62. I suggest "I WONDER WHY" books by GROLIER. We have these series at home, and as a kid I was interested on reading them. Full of lively answers to all those tricky questions about how the world works. "I Wonder Why" books are a brilliant way to keep young minds buzzing. With information and quirky facts to explain everything, "I Wonder Why" will amaze, amuse, satisfy and inspire! That's why I would encourage my daugther to read these series when she's able to. She's just 10 months old now, and as I observed, she likes hearing me reading these books to her. :)

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  63. I recommend "Ako'y Isang Mabuting pilipino" from Noel cabangon

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  64. Favorite Fairy Tales
    Fairy tales are ideal bedtime stories for 3- to 5-year-olds. These books are a great way to enjoy classic stories like Goldilocks and Rapunzel.

    The best children's books: 8-12 year-olds
    From the small genius of The Borrowers to the giants of children's books, the Narnia stories, Lucy Mangan and Imogen Russell-Williams pick their must-reads for 8-12 year-old. <3

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  65. Joined! I hope to win my son loves books and I think kids of all ages love storybooks it depends on the gender and their type also fables, bible books there are variety of books depends on the taste of the child.

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  66. I recommend inspirational stories for kids from 10-11 yrs. oled

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  67. One of the books I can really recommend are Bible Stories for Children. Those with full colors. Aside from that, I buy a lot of books like Science, Kids Atlas, and Crafts. :)

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  68. Hmmm... We used to read different books when we were younger, don't seem to see those titles in bookstores anymore (e.g. Berenstain Bears, they always have a lesson). For those who are 11 years old, Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys books would be good for critical thinking. Alice in Wonderland, the Narnia books, and Ramona books, I think were some of the books I read at that age. :) And of course, bible stories for any age.

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  69. so excited to win these books for my 2 daughter

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