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CoCo Levine Cupcake Queen Giveaway

Posted by on Oct 7, 2011 in Giveaways | 17 comments

Coco Levine is a new book for kids that’s part storybook, part recipe book. Do crafts with your children as you read along!

CoCo Levine lives in a shimmery, glimmery cupcake and sips a delightful blend of dewdrop nectar. Her next-door neighbor, Larry Contrary lives in a rusty toaster, slurps toilet water tea and spends most of his time driving CoCo crazy. The two of them have absolutely nothing in common. But, as it turns out, that’s a very good thing. A very good thing, indeed. When it comes to whipping up the coolest crafts and tastiest treats around, two heads are always better than one. Whether it’s cupcake pops and pom pom flowers or pickled frogs and swamp slime, the recipes and crafts inside this book will help you whip up hours of sweet and silly fun!

Crafts
Dish towel apron
Cupcake soap,
Swamp slime (CoCo has an icky best friend named Larry Contrary who loves all things slimy and silly)

Recipes
Pickled Frogs
Cupcakes

Audrey has been so kind as to offer a copy as a giveaway to one lucky US or UK reader!

Rules
1. All you need to do is leave a comment after this post telling me what your favorite storybook was when you were a kid.
2. I’m off on vacation so you have until midnight October 26 to enter
3. One entry per person please
4. Please leave an email address in the form that you are contactable on, not in the comment itself (you may leave your twitter name in the comment if you prefer to be contacted that way)
4. Winner will be chosen at random

CoCo Levine Cupcake Queen is available on amazon US and UK.

 

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  1. Naomi

    I loved the narnia series. My mum used to read them to us and it sounded delicious to eat Turkish delight and drink hot chocolate outin the snow!

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  2. Sara

    I was obsessed with One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish by Dr. Seuss. Even today, it is my favorite.
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  3. Susan

    I loved Sesame Street, Grover is still my favorite!!
    *Susan
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  4. MOLLY

    I ALWAYS LOVED THE PIPPO BOOKS GROWING UP.
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  5. Irene

    Definitely Dr. Seuss. His books are seriously works of genius

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  6. JavelinWarrior

    I love the blurb about CoCo Levine and Larry Contrary! That’s awesome.
    My favorite book when I was young was The Rats of NYMPH. Who’d ever think that rats could be so lovable, brave and worthy of admiration?

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  7. Natalia

    I loved “Once upon a time”, a compilation of such funny tales. I especially liked “The vain little mouse”

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  8. Andrea

    The Sea People by Jorg Muller. Relevant then, even more relevant now!

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  9. angela king

    what a great giveaway! my favorite book was Where the Sidewalk Ends.

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  10. Holly

    Happy memories of being read the Alfie and Annie Rose stories at bedtime Definitely stories I’ll be reading to my own children!

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  11. filelalaine

    My favorite childhood storybook was Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince) by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Classic book that I still read every few years and still find things to marvel about.
    Thanks for the giveaway and have fun on your vacation!!!
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  12. Ashlee Cook

    My favorite book was Where The Wild Things Are! Coco Levine looks great. I want to give this to my niece for Christmas. She looks cooking and crafting, as I always have!

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  13. Tash

    I LOVED jack and the giant beanstalk, there is a picture of me reading this book aged 2! I used to pretend the beans were chocolate…

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  14. Ari

    This is so adorable! I don’t have any kids, but this would be great for the holidays with my little brother and my cousins. So cute!
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  15. Ari

    Oh, and my favorite childhood story?
    Probably Little Red Riding Hood. Ari recently posted..Get Fitted, Raise Money For Breast Cancer Research!

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  16. Katie

    Favorite books as a child? Anything from The Small Family series (i.e Papa Small, Policeman Small, The Little Train, The Little Plane) by Lois Lenski. BTW — I love your site — fantastic blog filled with fabulous recipes & photos!

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  17. the hatter

    Got to love Meg the and Mog series, but Winnie the Pooh and Alice in Wonderland are also essentials.

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