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Wide Eyed collection

Reading a bedtime story with Coco and Ruby every night before they go to bed for the night is the best part of my day. While we love classic books, I love exposing them to the world with all of the amazing art and lessons that books have these days. The Wide Eyed collection has some of the most stylish and nicely illustrated children's books I have ever seen. So today, we've partnered with Quarto Publishing to give away 20 books from their Wide Eyed collection to one lucky reader! That's approximately a $450 valueโ€”hello Christmas shopping list done!

Wide Eyed collection

To enter, visit the Wide Eyed collection. Then, leave a comment here telling me your favorite book (I love the Hello Atlas and Illuminature) and who you would give them to! Entries close this Friday, October 28th at 8am PST and one winner will be chosen at random.* Good luck!

UPDATE: Congrats to Kristen W. from Rosemead, CA for being our winner this time! 

*This giveaway is open to readers in the U.S. and Canada! Please do not leave your email or web address in the body of the comment, only in the allotted boxes. Approximately $450 USD total value per winner. Winner will be contacted via email once comments close, and announced at the bottom of this post soon after.

{Photos by Casey Brodleystyling by Julia Wester.}

740 comments

  1. The Atlas of adventures sounds amazing! I would love to divvy these books up with my children and neices/nephews!

  2. The treasure hunt books for my son and the first words for my daughter and so many others for my niece and nephew and friend’s kids!!

  3. Oh, we are huge fans of the Wide Eyed books at our house. As an artist, great illustrations and colors are super important to me to share with my four kiddos. This company does a fantastic job! This giveaway is awesome. I’be been eyeing the 1000 things book for a few weeks. And we just bought the 50 states one and we love it. My little bookworms would love a chance to get these other gems!
    Crossing my fingers!

  4. Hello Atlas and What do grown-ups do all day look fabulous. I’d divvy them up between my children and their cousins for wonderful christmas presents!

  5. LOVE these books! I would divvy them up between my son, his cousin, and our local elementary school!

  6. What wonderful illustrations! I would keep the 50 States book for our girls, who are avid road-trippers with us. Maybe a few of the animal ones too. The rest would be divided between nieces, nephews, and birthday parties!

  7. Illuminature looks awesome, as does the Hello Atlas – it’s so important to expose youngsters to other languages and cultures!

  8. They all look so lovely!!! Very hard to choose. I would have to pick Natural World and Nature’s Day Out. I have three girls who love the outside, animals and beautiful books. They would get them ALL for Christmas!!!!

  9. Would love to share The School of Art with my kids since their Mama went to one! The books look great!

  10. Wow! These books are beautiful! My daughter would love the Day of the Dinosaur book and Hello Atlas looks like such a fun book!

  11. I love the “one thousand things” book! My lil one would love it and I have a friend with two kiddos that love books and activities and these books see, to have it all!

  12. I love these books! I have read some of them with my kids and I know they would love the pattern-tastic one!

  13. My son would love the space book and I would love to give him the 50 states book. He loves geography!

  14. my daughter would love the illuminature and my son would love the day of the dinosaurs. they all look beautiful!

  15. I just saw The Atlas of Adventures in a local bookstore and thought it was so neat! I would love that book for my son! They are all wonderful.

  16. These books look incredible! I’m in love with City Atlas. I’m an adoring aunt and would give these to my nieces and nephews.

  17. One of the favorites in our house is What Do Grown-Ups Do All Day? My son went through a period a few months ago of anxiety when we would drop him off at daycare in the morning, and this book helped him to understand what we do while he’s at daycare! It helped to push him through that tough stage and led to great discussions about what we each do all day! He not only loves reading, but is always up for an adventure and the books would be a fabulous addition to our nightly reading!

  18. Thanks for the giveaway Joy! My kids would definitely enjoy reading “What Do Grownups Do All Day?.” With my oldest being in Kindergarten, we are all about spotting sight words and building his reading vocabulary. Can’t wait for the day he can read on his own – so the more ammo we can pack in his library, the better!

  19. I love the “One Thousand Things” and “First Words Art Chart”. My 16-month old is just starting to form words (no more baby talk!) and she love books where she can point out simple objects.

  20. LOVE the Atlas of Adventures!! I know my lil guy would also. He enjoys all the wonders of around the world at such a young age! Thanks for the giveaway!
    Email–> [email protected]

  21. What beautiful books! Nature’s Day Out looks like something my daughter would love. Fingers crossed!

  22. the 50 states fun facts caught my eye! and i also am wondering what do grownups do all day?! i’d love to keep these books to start a home library for my kids!

  23. I’ve been eyeing up The Hello Atlas for months, so that would be my pick for my little readers!

  24. I love One Thousand Things! I would give them to my future twin nieces (due date is in February!!) and can’t wait to share my love of books with them ๐Ÿ™‚

  25. My daughter has just started becoming interested and understanding the concept of places. She would totally dig The 50 States Fun Fact to learn more about each state!

  26. Pattern Play looks so fun! As a former teacher all of these books make my heart so happy! I have 10 nieces and nephews and would pass these onto them for hours of exploring and imagination!

  27. Traffic jam would rock my little one’s world and I know I would be excited about so many of those books. School of Art, Diary of a Time Traveler and a ton of others look so great!

  28. Day of the Dinosaurs … one of my nieces favourite things is dinosaurs. She still loves kittens and being a kitten so How to Look After Your Kitten would be a fun one for her too. My niece has a little sister so these books would be great for both.

  29. The Wonder Garden one! I’d keep some fpr for my kiddos and give some to all their cousins for Christmas and birthdays.

  30. I love “Hello Atlas” and “What Do Grownups Do All Day?” So fun! Great design and topics. I would give some to my two daughters, a few to their schools, and a few to the children’s counseling program at the nonprofit I work for.

  31. These are gorgeous and seem right up my three-year-old’s alley – she’s really into animal facts these days, especially into sea creatures, so I think the Atlas of Animal Adventures would make her really happy.

  32. My four year old daughter would love the Atlas of Adventure, she loves learning about different countries and places she can visit.

  33. Loving all these books. However, the Atlas of Adventures and The Wander Garden seem magical. So excited to be introduced to these books.

  34. What a gift! My two-year-old is OBSESSED with books. I think he’d really enjoy the Technicolor Treasure Hunt and the Wonder Garden.

  35. What beautiful books! My 4 yr old would LOVE What do Grownups Do All Day? He asks me ALL the time!

  36. what an awesome collection of books! I particularly love the 50 states books. We are trying to visit all lower 48 states in 10 years (13 down, 35 to go!) and the 50 States activity book is an excellent tool for my 7 year old to get excited about the states we are about to visit.

  37. Nature’s Day looks lovely!
    My husband and I don’t have children, but we’ve ‘adopted’ a family for the holidays and we’d like to go completely over the top for them, so this would be a nice way of adding even more!

  38. “What Do Grown Ups Do All Day” sounds like the perfect book for my nephew! This collection looks so beautiful, imaginative, and colorful!

  39. Based on my son’s current interests, Day of the Dinosaurs and Natural World would be my picks. But really, all these books look awesome. I bought 50 States for my son and nephew for Christmas last year and they love it. If I win this prize, the books would for my son, nephews and nieces to share.=)

  40. Day of the dinosaurs! My daughter has been a dinosaur lover for over a year now. She can name probably over 50 kinds and is learning how to draw them now at the age of 3 1/2.

  41. My sister in law teaches art, so I would look forward to sharing The School of Art with her!

  42. I like Destination: Space. I would give these books to my daughter, niece and nephews. Thank You!

  43. I love the Hello Atlas, what a fun way to learn about the world! I would give these books to my son and to all my many nieces and nephews!

  44. Oops – I have an 11 month old who LOVES to dead .. I wouldn’t be just keeping the books to myself ๐Ÿ™‚

  45. Natural World is right up my son’s alley. He would be head over heels for that book! He has made his first “best buddy” in our neighborhood so we would definitely gift them some books!

  46. Oh this giveaway is fantastic!! Totally love “What do Grown-up do all day!” Would love to donate some to my son’s daycare if we won!!!

  47. Destination: Space for my four year old, who is currently obsessed/intrigued/fascinated with anything space related.

  48. I would pick Hello Atlas and give it to my nephews Andy and Otto with the hope they would share with my son Henry and their love for children from all around the globe would grow!
    P.S. I’ve followed (obsessively) Carnovsky for YEARS so I absolutely LOVE Illuminature… it’s already on my desk next to me.

  49. I love them all. But if I had to choose I would pick the Atla of Animal Adventure.
    I would give them to my nephew Benjamin.

  50. Oooh I like Diary of a Time Traveler! I work with foster youth in Los Angeles and if I won I would like to share the books among the teen parents in my program for holiday gifts for their little ones. (I’d also keep a couple in the lobby so I can read with little visitors too!)

  51. We just discovered the Wide-Eyed books this summer. My youngest children would LOVE more to add to their library. I think that “The Fifty States” looks fantastic. We’d share them with my grandchildren & other families!

  52. The 50 States and Hello Atlas look amazing- my two daughters would be over the moon with this collection!

  53. The Atlas of Animal Adventures looks great! My niece loves animals and she would be thrilled with this book.

  54. I love the 50 States Book. I would give some to my kids preschool and keep a few as Santa presents!

  55. Atlas of Adventures is one of my son’s favorite books! I would give these to my son and a couple of his friends and cousins, all the books look beautiful.

  56. My little girl would LOVE Creaturepedia, and we have another baby on the way with whom she could share it!

  57. I would love the School of Art for my kids! I’ve been running out of bedtime stories and I’d like to replace those with fresh books to read!

  58. What do grown ups do all day? ๐Ÿ™‚ I would give them to my nieces and nephews and my own little one ๐Ÿ™‚

  59. I’ve had these wide-eyed editions on my wishlist forever!!! So hard to even choose- they all look amazing. I would love the Space book and my son would love the Day of the Dinosaurs

  60. What grown ups do all day looks like a fun book! My two girls love books and these look like great books to read them.

  61. Definitely would have to be the book technicolor treasure hunt or the book what do grownups do all day ! My daughter always wants to know where herdaddy does during the day !

  62. Hello Atlas would be great for my niece who recently took her first international trip. But the 50 States Activity and the 50th States Fun Facts would be great for my friend’s family who loves to do road trips! Thanks for the giveaway!

  63. I would choose Atlas of Adventures to read with my son to foster a love for traveling and adventure.

  64. Oh gosh! The are all adorable! I’d have to go with Hello Atlas and school of art, simply because that’s what the kiddo would love to share with me! Although Atlas of adventures and 50 States are just as terrific for the same reason! How can I choose? The kiddo definitely shares my love affair with books!
    will be ordering some of these ASAP-if I don’t win;)

  65. What an awesome giveaway!! My kids would love all of these books.. but Diary of a Time Traveler would catch my son’s eye and my daughter would love the 50 states activity book since she is obsessed with maps!

  66. The Wonder Garden looks beautiful and I know my nephew would adore the Day of the Dinosaurs. I would split them between him and his little brother and my friend who is due in April for her new little one!

  67. Nature’s Day looks beautiful, as do all of these thoughtful books. There’s something for each of my kids.

  68. I’m into that what do grown ups do all day since my son has no concept of what a grants manager does…I’m sure he still wouldn’t, but it would provoke some discussion! I also like the 50 states and 1,000 things! These would make great gifs for both of my kiddos!

  69. School of art looks awesome! I’ve got a niece and nephew on the way that will be need books soon!

  70. Our family LOVES these books! We already have The 50 States and Atlas of Adventures. We’d love to add Destination: Space and Hellos Atlas to our collection.

  71. I love the 50 states book – i would likely split these up as holiday gifts for the kids in my life (my sons, niece, nephews, cousins) and maybe keep one or two for myself!

  72. I am a book lover, for sure and it looks like Illuminature would be a favorite. If I were to win, I would donate them to the children receiving care at Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

  73. Lots of great books. I like The 50 States Activity Book. My grandchildren are home schooled, and a prize like this would mean so much to their home library and teaching resources!

  74. My kids love Mouk by Marc Boutavant. We love books in our family, too. It would be fun to gift these to my kiddos!

  75. They all look so great! Diary of a Time Traveler and Pattern Play would rock my little people’s world! I plan on giving these books to my son, daughter, nephew, and nephew to be (due in March)!

  76. We already own The 50 states and Natural World and the pictures are amazing!! I’d love to win the other books and give them to my son:)

  77. The treasure hunt books look great. I’d give these to my younger son whose books (and clothes and toys…) are almost entirely hand-me-downs from his older brother. Would be so nice to give him some new things especially for him!

  78. I would give “What Do Grown-ups Do All Day?” to my daughter who always asks me every morning “why do you have to go to work today?”…

  79. I would choose How To Look After Your Puppy for my 4 year old and 2 year old who love dogs. ๐Ÿ™‚

  80. I’m just obsessed with the ATLAS OF ANIMAL ADVENTURES. my little one has an obsession with animals and she is just fascinated whenever she sees any animal in any book or especially at the zoo!

  81. Hello Joy,
    I absolutely love “How to take care of your Puppy and How to take care of your Kitten” Also love “Natures Day, Out and About.”
    I would give these books to Head Start Child Care near me. I believe they would find a wonderful home there.
    MaryJane Mitchell

  82. How fun… have kiddos & cousins and friends that would all like a few from this collection! Would love to read “What Do Grown-ups Do All Day?” and have heard great things about “One Hundred Words.”

  83. I am a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist and I would LOVE to have these in my collection. My favorite is “What Do Grown-ups Do All Day?” by Virginie Morgand. So cute! Thanks for a fun giveaway!

  84. We’ve had “The Atlas of Adventures” from the library many times! Would love to add “The Natural World” or “The Altas of Animal Adventures” to our collection!

  85. With my daughter learning to spell, The One Hundred Words book would be the cherry on top! Gorgeous illustrations! With my daughter being the recipient, I know she would be sharing it with whoever she runs into! She loves books!

  86. The wonder garden and diary of a time traveler both look very fun! We have just started the adoption process so I would have to say it’s never too early to start our library!

  87. Love the dinosaur book and the traffic jam — my train/trucks/t-rex loving 2-year-old would as well! Maybe a toddler book club is in order with his little friends??

  88. The ‘Counting’ & ‘Colors’ books look cute and fun. They will go to my niece and nephew who both love books!

  89. My daughter LOVES dinosaurs so I’d say “Day of the Dinosaurs” and a great outdoor primer; “Nature’s Day”

  90. The Diary of a Time Traveler looks like it would be right up my little girls alley. She loves to pretend and play make believe so I would definitely enjoy reading this to her! ?

  91. Love all the books especially school of art, and would share with my 2 children and their class rooms at school ๐Ÿ™‚

  92. Happy to have a new book source! I would choose “Day of The Dinosaurs” for my T-Rex loving son. Thanks for the tip on a great site.

  93. I’d share the 50 States, Atlas of Adventures, The Wonder Garden and Creaturepedia with my nieces and nephew and my sons would LOVE Day of the Dinosaurs and Nature’s Day.

  94. The 50 States Activity Book and The Hello Atlas looks so cute! Would love to get them for my daughter and nieces and nephews!

  95. Ahh i love them all they are just so interesting and fun for kids! Hello Atlas would be my fav and i would gift them to all my mommy friends so their kids can enjoy them too!

  96. What pretty books! I’d love how to take care of your kitten for my older daughter and traffic jam for my younger daughter.

  97. Awesome books!
    Nature’s Day Out & About, my family and I love Nature Study and collect dried insects, shells, cool leaves that have partly decomposed and Destination Space, because Space is COOL!!!
    IF we won, we would keep a few and share with family and neighbors. Have a read along outside with arts and crafts.
    Thank you OhJoy! for the chance.

  98. I also love reading to my daughter nightly. Our favorite books are Knuffly Bunny and Don’t let the Pigeon ride the bus. If I received these books they would be going directly to my 4 year old Matilda who absolutely adores story time.

  99. Atlas of Adventures (plus Activity Pack) for my niece, because she has a wonderful imagination that takes her everywhere!
    (And can I have One Thousand Things, please? ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

  100. The Atlas of Adventure and Illuminature books looks interesting! I would give them to my daughter. =) She loves to read.

  101. Hello Atlas looks like a wonderful book and I’d give them to my best girlfriends kids (and keep some for my future little one).

  102. what amazing books with such gorgeous illustrations…I think my kiddo would love poring through “one thousand things”!

  103. My oldest would love day of the dinosaurs, and my youngest would love the Counting and Colors books.

  104. This is awesome! I’ll def give a few of the books to my five year old son Oli. He loves cars so I like Trafic Jam. I also like for him to learn with The 50 States and Nature’s Day

  105. Wonder Garden and Natural World look amazing! I would love to give them to my 2-yr old daughter. She would enjoy them immensely!

  106. My eye immediately went to Diary of a Time Traveler by David Long โ€“ for the brown main character! As an Asian American adoptive mom to a Black son, I’m always on the lookout for ethnic diversity in children’s books. What an amazing giveaway!

  107. your favorite books look beautiful! hard to pick one, but Traffic Jam puzzle book looks fun and something my toddler would enjoy. the 50 states activity book, First Words, Counting, Atlas of Animal Adventures, the two Treasure Hunt books, and City Atlas all look lovely too. would love to gift books to others’ children as well as add to my son’s small collection. ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks for the giveaway!

  108. The Technicolor Treasure Hunt & The Wonder Garden are my favorite! I would love to give these to my daughter’s preschool teacher who is pregnant with a little girl. Her eldest child is 12 so I know she could use some new children’s books!

  109. ILLUMINATURE for my art teacher friend and HELLO ATLAS for my language coach best friend in Thailand : ) love this collection so!!!

  110. Ooohh ‘What Do Grown-ups Do All Day’– I’d like to know myself ๐Ÿ™‚ love the colors and patterns.

  111. The 50 States and Hello Atlas but it is so hard to choose. So many awesome choices. My grandson would be the recipient of these great giveaway.

  112. I love “What do Grown-ups Do All Day?” — my 3 year old daughter is just getting curious about what her father and I do at work, and what she might want to be when she grows up. I would share the books with her and my other niece and nephew who are around the same age!

  113. They all look wonderful…but my favorite for my son would probably be Diary of a Time Traveller…he loves to read historical fiction and for my daughter I would pick the School of Art…since she loves anything art related!

  114. i was just flipping through the Hello Atlas at the SF moma museum store yesterday! so cute! perfect for my son’s upcoming birthday!

  115. The Nature’s Day book looks lovely as do all of these. I would spread them among my nieces and nephews.

  116. I would get Day of the Dinosaurs for my 5-year old daughter, she loves dinosaurs (and even said she wants to be a paleontologist when she grows up). And the Technicolor Treasure Hunt for my almost 2 year old as she’s learning colors right now.

  117. Reading to Diya everyday is my favorite part of the day too. She is only 9months old and love books. Creaturepedia looks like a fun book to read to her. Thanks for the giveaway!

  118. Oh my, all of these books look awesome! I would love to give my daughter the Atlas of Animal Adventures since she loves all the animals.

  119. One Thousand Things. Discovered these books while searching for an atlas for a pre-schooler. Love this publisher!

  120. I sort of want alllllll of them, but the most darlingest of all is the technicolor treasure hunt. My preschool class kiddos would love it!

  121. Love the 50 States book. I would share the wealth and give a book to each child in our friends and family circle.

  122. Omg I love the illuminature! I would give it to my girls Lili and Tenley! They love books like their mother.

  123. I would start with “day of dinosaurs” for my 4 year old, and would pick some for my nephews as well. Great give-away!

  124. I would give What Do Grown-ups Do All Day? do my daughter. She’s curious about what grown-ups do while she’s busy in preschool. This would be perfect!

  125. Atlas of Animals-my kids LOVE animals obviously. I would give some to anot expecting friend of mine as well.

  126. My boys love animals. The Atlas of Animal Adventures would be an instant favorite in our household.

  127. How to Look After Your Puppy looks adorable! I would gift to my kids/friends/donate/share the love!

  128. Natural World is beautiful! I’d love to read these to my girls, Josie and Clio—and also share them with their amazing preschool!

  129. Ooo it would have to be ‘How to look after your kitten.” My hubby and I have been waiting to get cat for years but moving to America and not knowing exactly where we’re going to live means we keep putting it off. But one day we will have ‘Cinammon’ and ‘Pickles’ and it would be great to teach my daughter how to take care of them!

  130. Such amazing books! The School of Art would be perfect for my daughter, who is an aspiring artist. The Day of Dinosaurs is another great one for my son who is Dino-obsessed. And The Wonder Garden is perfect for both of them to share!

  131. These books are so cool! My favorite book is the City Atlas. If I won, I would love to read the collection with my 7YO daughter and 3YO son.

  132. Wow. So many wonderful book chooses. I love all of them, but have I have to pick just one, it has to be “One Thousand Things”.

  133. Can I say “all of them”?! Our daughter is nine months old, and we are just starting on her book collection with our childhood favorites and fabulous new finds!

  134. Oh, these look so lovely!! Ever since I was little, I’ve always loved space. Of course Destination: Space caught my eye immediately. Diary of a Time Traveler also looks wonderful. It seems like a really cute and fun way to learn history.
    I’d love to be able to send this collection to my best friend. While I do not have children of my own, her son knows me as a third parent. I’m sure she’d immediately want to share this gift with other friends that have little ones, too.
    Thanks for such a sweet opportunity! Good luck to everyone. ๐Ÿ™‚

  135. CUTE! I don’t have kids, but I love kids books and love reading them with my friends kids. the Pattern-tastic Treasure Hunt and The 50 States: Activity Book would be so fun to take on road trips with some kids I nanny for.

  136. Iluminature sounds so interesting. These would be a great addition to my son’s school library!

  137. I have a soft spot for dinosaur books so I can’t wait to see Day of the Dinosaurs, but all of these books look so fun, I kind of want them all!

  138. Ooo I absolutely love the Technicolor treasure hunt and the hello atlas! I’d love to read the stories with my girls (10 months and 3 years)! Today my oldest asked me if we could go on a treasure hunt in the backyard for “gems” (aka colourful leaves), she would just swoon over the treasure hunt book!!! <3

  139. The School of Art looks so fun! As an art teacher, I would love to share them as an educational tool in my classroom.

  140. The atlas of adventures is great and I would share these books w my son and my niece.

  141. Atlas of Adventure because it is the book version of a map I had when I was little and loved!

  142. They’re all so cute, but I think the counting book would make learning how to count super fun.

  143. We love The 50 States book. Id love to add to our almost 4 yr twins girls library. They don’t watch tv or videos and have more books than anything. I love the power books have for them. They ask to come inside for quiet time to read in the afternoon and I’m so proud of them. Thanks Joy, for spreading the “joy” and power of reading!

  144. I love the atlas of animals and I bet my daughter would too! She adores all things animals ๐Ÿ™‚

  145. I love the Colors book with flaps and would read it with my 13-month son who loves to read books especially ones with flaps that he can help with!

  146. I’d give One Thousand Things to my daughter. I’ve had my eye on that book for a while. Love the illustrations!

  147. I think my newborn son will love “Hello Atlas”! And it would be a gift to me, my husband and to our newborn. What a great way to start instilling some wanderlust!

  148. I have an eight year old daughter and a four year old son, and I would love to give them “The School of Art” and “The City Atlas.” They both love to learn new things!

  149. Technicolor Treasure Hunt looks fun! My son and daughter would love these books, but I’d definitely give some to my best friend from college, who is pregnant with her first child!

  150. My son would love the Patterntastic Treasure Hunt and Illuminature books. I’m a collector of books and an elementary school teacher so I love it all! Great giveaway!

  151. What DO Grown Ups Do All Day?
    I’ve got a little one asking me about my day everyday. Plus, a bunch of nephews and nieces who could enjoy this loot. Thanks for the ideas.

  152. Love ‘One Thousand Things’ what a fun looking book. I have 4 kids who would love these but I think it would also be fun to share some books with each of their friends. Thanks for the chance.

  153. Technicolor treasure hunt had been a book I’ve been meaning to buy my son! And I love seeing all these other new books I have never heard of!!

  154. What do grown ups do all day!??
    To my daughter to inspire her !!! Xo ?โœจ??โœŒ๏ธ๏ธ?โญ๏ธ๏ธ

  155. So difficult…I would have to say, What do Grown Ups Do All day. I would give it to my niece so she can explore all of the possible jobs that many have and all that are open to her.

  156. Oh man, that gorgeous 50 states book is my favorite. My daughter is a total bookworm and I’m a sucker for good design and this looks like our heaven.

  157. I like the 50 States and how to look after your kitten. I’d given these two to my niece and the rest to the kids I work with doing home health.

  158. I would love the Counting and Colors books! My baby is turning 1 soon and we’re all about learning these basics! I would give the books to my little guy and some for my cousins and friends kids too ๐Ÿ™‚

  159. Love the 50 states Book! My niece is a big fan and it’s fun to talk about where our relatives live.

  160. School of Art! But I would obviously take any of these to share with my daughters and friends! I have a serious thing for picture books and it seems to have been passed on to my kiddos…

  161. My favourite is “What do grown-ups do all day” – especially when my daughter loves to ask us “where are you going” and “what are you doing” when we drop her off to daycare! I’d gift these books to my daughter and my nieces and nephews for Christmas!

  162. Ohh I love this! Thank you for setting this up! We just moved to the US from Canada so I checked this out with my kids and we love The 50 States (because we need to learn them – hello!). My daughter loves the Technicolor Treasure Hunt and my little man is into The Day of the Dinosaurs (shocking! ๐Ÿ™‚
    Honestly though, they are all gorgeous!!!

  163. I love “how to take care of your kitten” and “what grown ups do all day”
    What great books!!! My daughter, Delaney, would eat the up and ask
    For them again and again.

  164. All the books inspire curiosity and an adventurous spirit. As a lover of cities, I’m leaning towards City Atlas as my favorite! I would share with my niece and hold some for when I have my own little one. ๐Ÿ™‚

  165. My 21 month old would love Nature’s Day because she enjoys any special time we get to see animals and picking up all of the pine cones in our backyard. She would share the books with her brother (on the way!) and two cousins. Beautiful illustrations!

  166. These are all so beautiful! Love the look of Nature’s Day. I’d keep some for my littles and bring a few to my classroom library. Always on the hunt for new, aesthetically pleasing children’s books! Thanks!

  167. So many delightful books!
    I kinda think the book called ‘One Thousand things’ would be my fave…what are all the things?
    ‘Wonder Garden’ too..

  168. All the books look so amazing. ‘The 50 states: activity book’ & ‘day of the dinosaur book’ look so fun and awesome. I would most definitely give these to my two nieces Amelia(6) & Marlo(3) because I just know they would adore them.. Also would give these to my daughter as wellโ™กโ™กโ™ก

  169. These books look so cute & whimsical!
    The Hallo Atlas totally caught my eye.
    My kids would love these but may also give away to a fellow
    Navy wife who has a 1 year old son named Atlas.
    Would make the perfect gift too!

  170. I’m not familiar with either book, but it’s opportunities such as these that introduce my family to exciting new reads. We loves books and look forward to exploring these regardless. Thank you for the sweet intro.

  171. There are so many great ones that it’s hard to choose! I’d have to go with The 50 States and How To Look After Your Puppy. I’d give these books to my two and three year olds! And we’d have to share a few with my niece and nephew ๐Ÿ™‚

  172. My little toddler Sofia loves to read and look at pictures! At 16 months, she opens up my palm and places a book into it while making herself comfortable in my lap. I would love to read Hello Atlas and First words to her!

  173. I love the Atlas of Animal Adventures!! I work for Raphael House, a family homeless shelter in San Francisco, and I would love to donate these books to our children’s library for the kiddos who live there to read!

  174. Creaturepedia for my son! I also have had all the Atlas books in it wish list for about 2 years.

  175. To be honest, my son would love any one of these books. He’s currently obsessed with space so I think Destination: Space would be my favorite for him. He devours books and is only two and a half years old. We are already reading chapter books to him at night (he is currently reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) and he would be so thrilled to have more books to add to our collection. This is such an amazing giveaway and it’s so great you’re doing this! Thanks!

  176. I love One Thousand Words and One Thousand Things! The author is Hungarian and my husband, 2 year old son and I just moved back to the US after living in Hungary for the past 3.5 years. The books would be for my son to always remind him of HUNGARY.

  177. Atlas of adventure, to my gal pal pilot friend’s little girl who will be traveling the world!

  178. Oop. And to continue my thought.
    I would give the book to my daughter. ‘One Thousand things’. Shw loves books and the practice of naming things within them.

  179. Hello Atlas looks really cute! I would split the books between my daughter and my sisters son/daughter who is due to arrive this December! ๐Ÿ™‚

  180. LOVE the atlas and geography books! One of my four year olds loves continents, countries and flags, so those would go to him. The animal books would go to my 3 year old daughter and the treasure hunt books would be up my other 4 year old’s alley! These are amazing!!

  181. I came across some of these at a store recently and thought they were so dang cute! I especially loved the Hello Atlas. Actually, I loved ALL the atlas books! My best friends have children that would love these, plus I have a nephew who’d flip.

  182. This is so Amazing! Love the wide eye collection.
    Day of dinosaurs and creaturepedia would be perfect for my son.
    We have so many kiddos to share our love of reading with it would be a real treat.

  183. So many awesome books- Creaturepedia looks like fun. I’d love to win these books for my two little girls ๐Ÿ™‚

  184. Atlas of Adventures looks so wonderful! I would share the books with my nieces, nephews, and cousins who come to visit me often. I also teach at a school in a low income area and I would share the books with my 3rd grade students ๐Ÿ™‚

  185. I would love to share “What Do Grown-Ups Do All Day?” with my niece; she’s always talking about what she wants to be when she grows up, and I am always telling her to stay a kid for as long as possible!

  186. LOVE this giveaway! It’s my favorite of all the giveaways you’ve done! The Atlas sounds wonderful–I’ll say that one is my favorite. I’d LOVE to have these books so that I can read them to my kids. We’d also use them in our homeschool group. I hope I win!!!

  187. So thankful to have stumbled across this giveaway! I asked my third graders which they would pick and they all mostly agreed that hello atlas would be a magical addition to our classroom library. We study and learn at a title 1 school in Los Angeles and they think hello atlas would be a wonderful tool in our upcoming geography unit!
    I’m so excited at the possibility of winning this giveaway so that I can share the beauty of wonderfully designed books with all my future students!

  188. These are fantastic! I love the hello atlas and the 50 states. I would give them to my kiddos.

  189. This books are amazing I’ll love to have them all for my boy! Creaturpedia and Atlas of Adventure are incredibly!

  190. These books look amazing! I have and love the Technicolor Treasure Hunt already, but I would love to give my daughter the Atlas of Adventures!

  191. Oh wow! All of these books look amazing!!! The illustrations are beautiful. I really love Illuminature. Looks like a book my 7 year old would LOVE. I would love to give books to my kid and nieces and newphews, maybe some to my second graders class? Thanks!

  192. My favorite is Technicolor Treasurehunt, adding it to my kid’/ Christmas list! If I won, I would split the books between my kids and my new nephew!

  193. The Diary of a Time Traveler and the Atlas. My kids and my nieces and nephews would adore these!!thank you!

  194. Is it terrible that I want learn to draw mickey and friends for myself? Lol I’d share with my kids, I swear!

  195. Hello Atlas, love the illustration! I would use the books as birthday party favors for my little book worm who’s turning 4 in November.

  196. Oh man! We have one of these, and I’ve seen a couple more, but I had no idea there were so many amazing books from them! My daughter would do flips for these! Illuminature has me all heart eyes. ?

  197. Love love love! My kiddos love any book with lots o facts, but I know the 50 states activity book would be perfect for all the 6-15 hour car rides we do with our little ones for work. Or really any of them since my girls love any books with lots of detail! I would definitely give all the more baby/toddler books to my friend who is expecting! She’s getting all of our baby stuff (bittersweet for me, awesome for her!) and these books would be the icing on the cake!

  198. We took The 50 States with us on a cross country trip this past summer, and the boys love it. Naturally it’s now one of my favorite gifts to give! And several of the newer releases are on my three boys’ Christmas list. We’re big fans of all of their books!

  199. Destination space and diary of a time traveler look like books that my son would really dig! Thanks for introducing us to these books!

  200. My daughter is just learning to read and write and “one hundred words” would be awesome for her!

  201. Oh my word! These books are so fascinating! My daughter Kynlee would LOVE these! We also have a bed time book reading routine and it has to be my favorite time of the day! Kynlee always scoots over and has to have her 6 month old baby sister laying next to her. We read a few of her favorites, but I could totally see Creaturepedia! She loves animals and it’s mind blowing how much she understands about them! I swear she’s going to work at a zoo or vet one day! Thanks for such an awesome giveaway!!

  202. Hi! Love them all! My daughter already has 1000 things, we read it daily. I’d love to read them all to her!

  203. I would love to give my daughter The 50 States Activity Book. She is only 2 but has already been to 17 states!

  204. Atlas of Adventures, Illuminature, Pattern-tastic treasure hunt, and The Hello Atlas look cool. My son, nieces, and students would definitely love them!

  205. I love the spirit of these books! Have to say The Fifty States is my first choice, but the Illuminator and Atlas books also are right up there for me! And the art school one of course.

  206. “What do grown ups do?” is definitely my favorite! I’d give it to my 2 year-old daughter, whom I sadly have to leave at daycare everyday (?), and I think this book can help her begin to understand why she can’t spend the whole day with mommy and daddy.

  207. Okay…these look wonderful! I really like the Nature’s Days activity book. These would be perfect for our school collection!

  208. I love illuminature and city atlas. I would love to gift them to my best friends grandson! The books are beautiful and I can’t think of a better gift than that of literature. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway!

  209. I especially love The Wonder Garden! I would give the books to my sons, their cousins, and friends!

  210. Oh these books look like they are fun reads! I love interactive books and books that have detailed illustration. One of my favorite books to read to my students and my family members (nieces, nephews and my lovely one year old daughter) is called “Don’t Push The Button”. After reading it, most kiddos request me to read it over and over again. It gives the kids a chance to be a part of the book. I am also a huge fan of “Sippy and Sunny” A Byron a Bay Adventure. The origin of the story is sweet and I love the illustrations and vocabulary. It’s not everyday you spend 50$ for a children’s book, but I had to have it for my daughter. If I were to receive the books in this giveaway I would share them with my daughter, students and nieces/nephews. Books are too good not to share ?

  211. These books are gorgeous!!! My daughter would love Creaturepedia and Day of the Dinosaurs!! She loves animals and reading. I’d love to divvy these up with my single mom co-workers, and my nephews. Thanks for the opportunity with this giveaway!!

  212. Love the whole idea behind The 50 States Activity Book. It would be so fun exploring the various states we visit as a family with my daughter, Riley.

  213. I am in love with all of these beautiful books. I especially love One Thousand Things. The illustrations are so quirky. I would love to have it for my new baby girl Harper, who is 6 weeks old. I’m sure my nephews would love some of these as Christmas gifts as well!

  214. As an architect & child of a graphic designer, I can’t help but appreciate great design and illustrations for kiddos! I love the One Thousand Things cover! I’d love to add these books to our little babe’s library!

  215. Difficult to narrow down to one favorite since they’re all mega-primo… so I closed my eyes and scrolled and landed on Technicolor Treasure Hunt… I would keep some of these for my 3.5 year old, give a few to her preschool, and save the rest for our closest friend’s kids birthdays (8-13!)

  216. Creaturepedia looks like a cool book to read to my niece Lucy. I’d be the favorite aunt if I gave her this amazing collection of books.

  217. My Boki would enjoy the atlas of adventure and hello atlas. We are world travelers and we wish that our dear boy could be raise in a world of love and understanding. That’s why we tried our best to expose him to different cultures and so he can learn to love all the colors and shapes of the world.

  218. Wow they all look fantastic!! I think I’m most interested in the Atlas of Animal Adventures and The 50 States for my first grader!

  219. Love this collection! My fave is the Traffic Jam Puzzle Book. Love it for the super-graphic illustrations and the interactivity, which would make it the perfect treat for my almost 3-year-old daughter who just loves interactive books like Press Here.

  220. I love the school of art and diary of a time traveler and would share them with my son, daughter, niece, and my 4 nephews!!

  221. Wow, love this selection of books, would love to share Natural World with my adventurous kids and my curious niece!

  222. The Wonder Garden and How to Look After Your Puppy! I’d give them to my little girl, Caroline!

  223. These books are ALL beautiful but I love the illustration style in Hello Atlas. These would make great gifts for lots of kiddos I know this year!

  224. We adore Wide Eyed books in our house! We are currently working our way through ‘The 50 States” and love the factoids and beautiful drawings. My 8 year old daughter Sophie is obsessed and would love some new titles! ๐Ÿ™‚

  225. Thank you for the awesome giveaway, Joy! The technicolor treasure hunt book caught my eye for being so colorful and different. I’ve never seen a kids’ book like that before. I’d donate a handful of these books to my son’s toddler group. I bet the kids would love these unique books!

  226. This is such a great giveaway! Such a collection deserves to share it not only with my toddler, but also with his cousins. I personally still wonder what grownups do all day…

  227. The new space book would be a hit with my 4 year old. We are working on a Saturn V Rocket costume for him for Halloween, while putting the finishing touches on his astronaut birthday party. It’s a hallo-space bonanza!! Thanks for hosting such a lovely giveaway. We’d keep a few and gift others for the holidays.

  228. These books look incredible! I’m in love with the dinosaur one and the space one, but they all look so fab! If I win I would keep a few for my son (he is 1.5) and share others with friends kids and his future preschool!

  229. I LOVE ALL OF THESE BOOKS! If I had to choose one, I would choose Atlas of Adventures for my 4 year old daughter to inspire her to travel when she gets older. ๐Ÿ™‚

  230. Hello Atlas is such a creative way to teach children about the world! Also What Do Grown-ups Do All Day? Looks like the perfect book for my daughter! Thanks Oh Joy for giving me great Christmas gift ideas, these books are perfect!

  231. The Hello Atlas and Atlas of Animal Adventures both look awesome! My kids would adore them!

  232. I love the books ‘Atlas of Adventures’ and ‘City Atlas’. I can’t decide between the two. Haha. I would give the books in a heartbeat to my two boys, Landon and Greyson. They are just starting to discover books and would fall in love with the colors and illustration art.

  233. What a fabulous and generous give-away! As a teacher and parent I’m a big fan of the Wide Eyed Collection. Their illustrations are so eye catching. Destination Space would be for my students, the dinosaur book for my sons and the book of first words for my niece.

  234. Atlas of Adventures by Rachel Williams as I love a good travel adventure. But really all of these books sound so amazing and it would be wonderful to have them and read to my 1 month old as she grows.

  235. Creaturepedia for my little boy. He would love to flip through that and find all the animals he knows!

  236. How to choose?! My son–the recipient of some of the books anyway–is really into maps right now, so Hello Atlas grabbed my attention, but I also like the Natural World. Because we have more than we need, we would donate half the books to our local homeless shelter; just in time for the holidays! Thank you for this wonderful giveaway.

  237. I love traveling the world and exploring so definitely Atlas of Adventures. I work in Philadelphia with teenage mothers so I’d give it to them ๐Ÿ™‚

  238. The Atlas is amazing! I was obsessed with maps growing up and I would love to share that with my 3 month old daughter! Books are my favorite, the possibilities are endless! โค๏ธ

  239. Destination space! I would give it to my 2 year old daughter, she is fascinated with planets and stars and requests to see the “white dots” in the sky every night before bed.

  240. I adore the Creaturepedia. Every page is beautifully illustrated and my daughter’s eyes light up every time I start to bring it down from the bookshelf. Children’s books should be beautiful and inspire wonder. This book does both. If I won, I’d share these books with so many of my friends with daughters. I want zero limits for my daughter and the same for every little girl in this word. I want to inspire their imaginations and push them to change the world as they grow!

  241. Love love the 50 states and world atlas…would keep a few for my 3 kiddos and then give some to my niece!

  242. We love creaturepedia! Although my little girl is only 8 months, she’s absolutely mesmerized all the time by the illustrations! Wide eyes has some of the prettiest books on the market for kids and I would feel so lucky to be able to share my love of reading with my kid through these books. The best gift you can pass down to your kids is knowledge and these books would help me do the job! I’d gift these to my little girl. We’d keep them forever and love them!

  243. I would love to share Atlas of Adventures with my adventurous two year old grandson. I also have a daughter and son in law who have embarked on a heart and soul filled journey called adoption. I anxiously await the day I can share my love of books with their sweet little ones. One day (hopefully soon) we will read many books together!

  244. All of the books look amazing. I have my eye on Hello Atlas and Destination Space. I’m a new mom to a baby boy, although he’s only 4 ‘months he loves when mommy reads to him ๐Ÿ™‚

  245. The City Atlas looks wonderful! I would have to gift the majority to my daughter but I would share the love with my BFF and her baby girl too! She just moved across the country so we could have a bicoastal baby bookclub!

  246. I know my 1st grader would love One Hundred Words! I would also gift a copy of it to my niece who is a beginner reader. ๐Ÿ™‚

  247. “Natures Day, out and about” for my curious toddler whose learning all about the changing seasons and nature.

  248. Great books! We have the Atlas of adventures. Hello Atlas looks like it’d be a great book as well. I’d give the books to my kids, nieces and nephews.

  249. I love Destination Space, which I would give to my two year old daughter. Recently she realized there is a sky, its so cute because now she stares up at the sky all the time and it is really really cool for me to see the amazement in her eyes. I would love to read this book with her!

  250. I’m loving The Wonder Garden and Natural World! Books are my favorite gifts to give. We have two littles and many little friends we could share with!

  251. The 50 States Activity Book is amazing! I would gift it to my friend’s daughter who they will be taking on a cross-country road trip in the Spring.

  252. Love Hello Atlas! I would add the book to my daughters library – we read a few books every night before bedtime.

  253. Hello Atlas and School of Art! I’d give the books to my son, his cousins, and my friends’ kids!

  254. The 50 states for sure! Our daughter’s preschool has a magnetic map of the US by the front door and she is so fascinated by it. She can find Texas the state she was born, Colorado where we live now, and Florida where the majority of our family lives. She’s so curious and watching her love of learning grow is so beautiful, and this collection looks like a great tool to unlock her imagination even more!

  255. City Atlas looks awesome. I’d love to read it with my daughter and plan future adventures together.

  256. I have always wanted a copy of The 50 States! It would be on front display in my classroom ๐Ÿ™‚

  257. The Atlas of Animal Adventures looks like it is right up my daughter and son’s alley! All of the books look amazing, I would love to read them with my kids.

  258. My 5-yr old daughter loves the Creaturepedia Activity Book. Her 2-yr old sister has taken a liking to it as well, so I’d divide the books between the both of them!

  259. Oh my! All of these books make me want to jump for joy. My kids and I would love reading these, discovering our world and the people and places in it. The Hello Atlas looks especially fun! These books would be treasured for years to come!

  260. What an awesome giveaway to give one of us a collection of truly unique and magnificent books. It’s hard to choose a favorite but I’m really attracted to all the animal ones! If I were to win it would feel like a gift to myself to be able to enjoy these books with my daughter and my niece and nephew.

  261. So many great books! We have the 50 States book already and love it! I would love to add any of these fantastic books to our collection.

  262. I know my daughter would love Creaturepedia and my son would love learning from One Thousand Things.

  263. I love The 50 States Fun Facts! We are studying 2nd grade geography and US History so this would be a fun addition. Aside from making them gifts for my 2 avid readers, we would donate books to our local Women’s Resource Center.

  264. These books look amazing! My little would be into the Traffic Jam Puzzle Book and my new phew so would love Day of the Dinosaurs . Thanks for opportunity to win ๐Ÿ™‚ on

  265. My favorite book is The 50 States Fun Facts. I would give these to my fifth grade class. They are curious readers currently learning about the 50 states and could benefit from these beautifully designed texts (especially since we are short resources).

  266. I would love to buy every last one of them for my two boys. As a family we are obsessed with books and would love to give more a very good home. Atlas of Adventure and Diary of a Time Traveller are both sitting on my wish list and I would love to give them to my little guys.

  267. The School of Art! It looks amazing! The book would be for my son and his friends to share ๐Ÿ™‚

  268. I love “What Do Grown Ups Do All Day?” My kids ask me that question all the time! I would love to share the books with my daughter’s school library, and with our community Tiny Tots program.

  269. I’d love “The 50 States.” It’ll be great to explore each state from home with my daughter. ๐Ÿ™‚

  270. My daugther loves looking through Creaturepedia. She’s only two years old but hey you’re never too young or too old to learn something!

  271. I’d obviously share these artistic books with my 7 year old son. I’m liking Atlas of Adventures and Diary of a Time Traveler.

  272. So many great books in this collection! I’ve read a few and they are already on my children’s book shopping list! I think The Hello Atlas and The 50 States are the two i’d choose first…if I had to! ๐Ÿ™‚

  273. I’ve been eyeing Creaturepedia for some time now, and I LOVE the Atlas books- as we love to travel! My toddler loves books, and would LOVE to love these two!

  274. The Wonder Garden looks like a magical adventure! I would let my daughters choose their faves, too, if we win.

  275. This is just awesome! I love the the 50 States illustrated by Sol Linero, she is such an amazing artist!
    I would give it to my son and also share with some of our friends, but of course I will definitely enjoy it myself!

  276. This is a great collection! The 50 states book was on my wish list already, but I’m also curious about the Hello Atlas and the “what do grown ups do all day?” books. This looks like a great update to the Richard Scary classic. I would love to keep some for my two girls, give some to friends and family, and gift one to each of the girls classrooms.

  277. Toss up between Atlas of Adventures and The Wonder Garden, but regardless all beautifully illustrated books that I would LOVE to share with my daughters and niece and nephew!

  278. They all look super interesting, but maybe my youngest would be interested in reading One Thousand Things because he’s just starting to learn his letters and trying to associate the letter to a word. Personally, I’d like to read What do Grownups Do All Day since I am still trying to figure it out.

  279. My favorite is the wonder garden! I love that my little one can start exploring the wonders of the world through literature first! ๐Ÿ™‚

  280. Illuminature looks like a fun interactive book that’s different from the standard ones in our library. I’d love to give these books to our 17 month old daughter and my nieces and nephews.

  281. There are so many good ones, but as a mixed-race family of travel junkies, Hello Atlas and Atlas of Adventures definitely stand out as favourites ๐Ÿ™‚ I would give them to our son, who is due to be born in less than a week (come on, baby!) ๐Ÿ™‚
    I’ve been building his first library for months now and this collection would really round it out! Awesome giveaway.

  282. The technicolor treasure hunt is awesome! My best friend and I are both due with our first babies in the spring – maybe they can share?

  283. Oh my! It’s so hard to narrow down. They look amazing. My DD loves animals, activities, adventures, learning in general. She would love them all. To narrow down I think the City & Hello Atlas books and the Pattern-tastic Treasure Hunt (Technicolor, too ?). If I win, I would probably give her one now and do my best to save the rest for Christmas and her Birthday (January) & a few for Christmas gifts for her cousins. Thanks for the opportunity!

  284. Oops. My phone went wonky. I see it’s a reply instead of sepeatate. Eeek. Sorry about that.

  285. Illuminature is THE perfect book that will be a great addition to my classroom library for my lovely 3/4 year olds! We love reading about anything that is found in nature.

  286. All of those titles look awesome! My son loves to read books day and night…as tired as I am sometimes when he wants to read several books at night, I tell myself to enjoy this while it lasts. Our favorite book right now is an alphabet book, he traces the letters and knows almost all their names now!

  287. We saw The 50 States in small shop in our town and my son immediately wanted to take it home, so it would be fun to surprise him with it.

  288. So fun! My son would love the Creaturpedia one! And the 50 States is so cute. Looks like I’d be learning a lot from these books! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  289. How do you choose?! I’d love to snuggle up with my kids and explore the Texhnicolor Treasure Hunt. Honestly, I think I’d have a hard time giving any of them away!!

  290. I like “One Thousand Things” and “Traffic Jam” — as an Auntie, I know lots of wee ones who love to read especially T and B! โค๏ธ๏ธ

  291. I would absolutely purchase the Atlas of Adventures! My husband and I have been collecting children’s books from our travels abroad, and this would be a perfect centerpiece to our growing collection.

  292. So many to choose from! Creaturepedia. I’d give the books to my children, and niece and nephews.

  293. What gorgeous books! I would love any of these to share with my students but The school of art and Illuminate would be my favourites!!! My kiddos would pour over them all!

  294. Ooh! So hard to choose. The “Wonder Garden” and “Day of the Dinosaurs ” look so cool! My daughter would love them!

  295. I absolutely adore The Wonder Garden so that would be my current favorite, but I’d love to explore the rest of the selection! These would be a great gift to share with my daughter Finley, and her new baby brother when he arrives in April. I think they’d adore them.

  296. These books look amazing! My 3.5 year old daughter is a bookworm and would love all of these books especially the Atlas of Animal Adventures and the 50 States. We live away from family and have a colorful world map in our playroom that we reference to a lot. What a great collection! Thank you!

  297. Nature’s day! Love being outside with my kids and collecting nature. For nature art or just I find out more about it! Libby

  298. Hello Atlas and the Atlas of Adventure are my favorites! My little 3 year-old adventurer, Josephine, would love them! The illustrations are beautiful! -Jeana

  299. These books are indeed beautifully illustrated and educational in such a fun way. While I’m sure my daughter would love them all, I think we’d really enjoy Nature’s Day – Out and About. We love playing I Spy and taking nature walks to collect little treasures.

  300. I love Natural World! I think my niece would love exploring outside with inspiration from the book!

  301. This is probably the coolest giveaway I’ve seen. I’m passionate about inspiring kids to love learning. My brother and his wife are having the first baby on both sides of the family. We are so excited about having a little baby girl to spoil like crazy. My husband and I are both in grad school and we more or less live paycheck to paycheck. While our lack of money isn’t going to last forever, we aren’t going to be able to buy any Christmas gifts or baby gifts this year, because we won’t be making a real income until after we graduate. I would love to be able to give my niece a quality gift. I want my husband and I to be the “book worm” aunt and uncle. Destination Space caught my eye, because I want my niece to be inspired from a young age to be interested in STEM fields. I know that sounds a bit strange, but she hasn’t even been born yet and I already dream of her working for NASA one day. If I don’t win the giveaway I will still buy the book after I graduate, but it would be so nice to be able to give them a gift in March when the baby is born!

  302. Love the Hello Atlas and City Atlas! We have our firstborn coming due next January and I’d love to keep some of them for him, and would also want to share some of the wealth with some of our local nonprofit organizations to help support learning with underprivileged children in our neighboring cities.

  303. What Do Grown Ups Do All Day? – books are treasures for my 4-year old son and his 15-month old twin brother and sister! As his parents, we would love to learn too! ?

  304. Technicolor treasure hunt is my favorite! I have a two year old daughter and a baby boy due early Dec. We have always read books before my daughters nap and at bedtime and love this tradition. I have friends with chil seen who would love to receive these amazing books as well!

  305. They all look amazing! My son would love the Day of the Dinosaurs and Destination: Space, we would send some off as Christmas presents to all his cousins as well.

  306. I love “what do grown ups do all day” and the “wonder garden” books. ? I’m a nanny to five sisters… Five wildly creative, passionate, book loving girls! We would pour over these for months, I’m sure!

  307. I love the illuminature book! My kids are on level love it also! Great books-thanks for sharing.

  308. What a wonderful contest! These books inspire such imagination – what kid wouldn’t love to get lost in them. It’s hard to narrow down it down to one favorite, but I think “Diary of a Time Traveler” looks amazing. I would give these books to my 9 mo old baby. It’s never to early to instill a love of reading. I grew up surrounded in books – my great great aunt was a librarian and my sister and I received beautiful books from her every Christmas, in addition to all the books she had given my mom and aunts.

  309. My kids would love the Destination: Space book! They love learning about space! Thanks for a great giveaway!

  310. These books look awesome! I’m 6 months pregnant with my first baby and I would love these for him. They are all great but Hello Atlas and One Thousand Things are a couple of my faves!

  311. What beautiful books! My oldest daughter would love How to Take Care of Ypur Puppy and Destination Space.

  312. These are beautiful! My daughters, ages 4.5 and 2, are both really interested in space right now so I would pick the Space book.

  313. I love what grown ups do all day! My daughter would love it! She loves to read books!

  314. I love them all! But Hello Atlas may be my favorite. I’d gift the books to my daughter, my 9 nieces and nephews, a few cousins’ kids, the neighbor’s kids, then donate whatever is left. Such a generous giveaway!

  315. These are darling! Thanks for posting such sweet, artistic kids books! My daughter absolutely love fashion and animals, and my son loves all things adventure. These would be a wonderful collection for them to read and to pass on to friends and cousins! ๐Ÿ™‚

  316. I love the One Thousand Things book, but would like to expose my now 4 year old to more art and geography with The School of Art and Hello Atlas. These books are all beautiful!!

  317. My husband and I are expecting our first child this fall, and I’d love to add these books to her library. Day of the Dinosaurs looks awesome!

  318. I live overseas and we have no libraries here in SE Asia. My children LOVE to read books and we are always “starved” for more. We would be So appreciative to have some more books to learn about all sorts of things like the Natural World and it will be wonderful to have the 50 States book too so they understand a bit more about where mommy and daddy are from.” We help educate 8 otehr children in our neighborhood out of our home as well and so the books would benefit them too and once our children have grown out of them, we’ll pass them on to otehr expats here. Thank you!!!

  319. Wow such magical books!! My little nugget is learning about “busy workers” right now and I think the “What Grown Ups Do All Day” would be a fun read for her!! If I were to win, I would give these books to my two darling daughters and my sister’s kindergarten class!!

  320. I personally love “The Hello Atlas” book!
    The “First Words,” “Counting,” and “Colors” books would be perfect for my 10-month-old daughter, and my stepdaughter would LOVE all the animal books. Although, I’d have to make sure that my little nephew got the dinosaur book. ๐Ÿ™‚

  321. What wonderful books! My daughter has been lobbying HARD for a dog so ‘How to Look After Your Puppy’ would be right up our alley ๐Ÿ™‚

  322. 50 States Fun Facts! Who doesn’t love learning fun, quirky things about the country we live in! TOTES engages my girls in learning play.

  323. The 50 States and First Words look really cool. I love all of the beautiful illustrations. A couple of my friends and I are all pregnant at the same time, so I would give some to them and keep some for my baby’s collection.

  324. I love all of them but I think my daughter would love “the school of art” she loves to draw and anything that has step by step lessons.

  325. Our favorite is Natures Day! If we were to win we would donate the books to Nemours Children’s Hospital. Our 15 month old was recently diagnosed with Epilespy and has received treatment there. The hospital is a dream! We are currently working with Nemours to do a drive for Christmas and these would be perfect for all the children!

  326. Illuminature is a beautiful book, and I would love to gift these to my newborn, and then gift them to friends afterwards.

  327. I cannot choose- these books are beautiful – love the states and hello atlas. I would use as gifts for my girls, their cousins and friends galore! Thanks!

  328. They ALL look great, but The 50 States has been on our wish list for awhile now. We would love to add a few of the books to our collection and share the rest with our nieces and nephews ๐Ÿ™‚

  329. Ohhh love these books and their colorful covers! My favorite is the Atlas of Adventures!

  330. I like How to Look After Your Puppy and Traffic Jam. I’d give them to my daughter who loves books.

  331. What an amazing giveaway! The Atlas of Animal Adventures looks amazing, as do all of the books! My four children would love them all!

  332. They all look incredible! But my 3 year old girl is OBSESSED with dinosaurs right now. I just know we would both love “Day of the Dinosaurs”!

  333. So many gems in here, gosh! I’ve been eyeing the 50 States for a while now! My daughter loves to draw and read and learn and make.. So after seeing this list, I’m now also eyeing Pattern Play, Destination: Space, The School of Art, Illuminature, Day of the Dinosaurs, and Atlas of Adventures, to name a few. I would give some to my daughter Violet, and some to my boyfriend’s daughter Saffron, who also loves to read. I would be happy gifting these books at children’s birthday parties, as well. So lovely. How exciting! Thank you for the opportunity, Oh Joy and Quarto Publishing! What a treat!

  334. My little one is turning 1 in December so I’d give the books to him – We’d love the ‘One thousand things’, it’s a great starting book! ๐Ÿ™‚

  335. Hello Atlas has been on my list for a few weeks now! Such beautiful illustrations in all of these books.

  336. They all look amazing, but my nearly 4 year old daughter would LOVE “Day of the Dinosaurs”. And I would love to give them out to all her cousins and friends as well!

  337. My daughter would want me to read Colors over and over again, I’m sure! Day of the Dinosaurs would be a closer second choice for her. ๐Ÿ™‚

  338. I’d pick Diary of a Time Traveller and I’d gift them to my 8yo she loves to read and where we live there’s no library:/ but what a finding these books are, I’m sure my 5yo would love the atlas! And after we’d be done reading I’m sure we’d share them with the school my kids go! Thank you for such a marvelous give away, books are always the best gift ๐Ÿ™‚

  339. i love the hello atlas book! would save some for my son and gift the rest to my nieces and nephews!

  340. Oh, I have some nieces and nephews who would LOVE these! I know they would really enjoy them all, but I think my favorite to read to them would be The School of Art!

  341. I think I love the Hello Atlas book also. We’re currently building our little one’s library before their arrival in December. These books look perfect!

  342. I love “what do grownups do” and “hello atlas”!!! My son saw the space book and he got so excited!!! I have been reading to my son since the day he was born .. ive hardly missed a day and i really do believe it is the most important part of our day!!

  343. I would get the traffic jam puzzle book for my little puzzle lover two year old son. I have a couple of these books already but want them all!!

  344. Hi there!
    My favorite book has to be Destination Space. Adventures beyond our tiny world and a wider understanding of where things came from is an exhilarating lesson to teach (and keep learning for ourselves!). I would give any of these lovely books to my cousins’ kiddos. I have 3 little ones that live nearby (soon to be 4!) and would totally use this as an excuse to read to them more often.
    Cheers,
    Katy

  345. Wow! This is amazing! I love to read and so do my granddaughters. So many to choose , I can’t pick a favorite!!!

  346. Creaturepedia would be amazing for my son, he is six years old and knows a lot of animal facts! It would be the perfect gift for him ๐Ÿ™‚

  347. I would love to have Destination Space for our little guy! So many great books here to share with friends and family!

  348. So many wonderful beautiful books to choose from: Atlas of Adventures Activity books, Counting, Colors, One Thousand THings, The 50 States, so many good ones.

  349. i love creaturepedia! i always tell blythe i hope she becomes something that helps the world, like a veterinarian – this book is perfect!

  350. Diary of a Time Traveler sounds awesome! I’m finishing up my student teaching in 4th grade and I would love to gift my master teacher with these books.

  351. Love the technicolor treasure hunt!!! So very pretty & stylish. I would keep some for my future babes & gift some to my nephews!

  352. My son will love day of the dinosaurs and I will personally choose Hello Atlas, as I love everything related to maps – thanks for hosting this giveaway !

  353. Day of the Dinosaurs would be perfect for my 3-year-old son! They all look amazing though! I’d give the books to my little ones (son and daughter) as well as their cousins.

  354. I would give the Creature book to my sweet Genevieve, , and all the atlas books to my son King. They correspond to their interests perfectly! I might keep one or two for myself, too….shhhhh;)

  355. Love the Atlas of Adventures! My kids would love the colors and learning about new places. I’d also share with my niece!

  356. OH MY! Our favorite is One Thousand Things! We can read and search this one for hours. I would give these books to my lovely book-loving kiddos for christmas – to Asher (6), Austyn (6) and Wyatt(5)!

  357. I love the treasure hunt books and would love to gift them to my daughter, but also would enjoy discovering some of the others and sharing with her cousins!!

  358. Wow! Gorgeous books! I’m a wildlife biologist, so I’m partial to the nature themes — The Natural World curiositree book looks particularly spectacular!

  359. These books would fill a big need for my son and daughter-in-law who are home-schooling their kids. They are not close to a library and work hard to find their own resources. The 50-state books looks fun for both of them. I imagine the Natural World would have be the favorite and have the most lasting value.

  360. I loved US state fact books as a child so the 50 States books are definitely catching my eye! I think my girls would love them too! Fun giveaway, Joy!

  361. So many good books! I think I’d go with The 50 States. We have placemats for our kids that show the map of the USA (I put their gummy vitamins on different states each day) and they seem to be really into learning what each state is all about.

  362. The Hello Atlas looks awesome–and I said that before I saw your comment! ๐Ÿ™‚ I’d love to give it to my two nephews.

  363. I have 3 kiddos (3,5 + 7)who would all love the wonderful colors and designs of these books! They are fascinated with the Fifty States…so either of those books I know would be the biggest hit!

  364. How does one choose from all these great options! I came across these books on Instagram and have not had a chance to own any yet. The hello atlas, creaturepedia and one hundred words would be great for my kiddo! I have 5 girlfriends who just had babies and I’d love to share these with them!

  365. Inspiring books but I prefer the Atlas of Adventures book as its well written. There is a great lesson there aside from the at that being shared. and ey you might want to check out http://www.tdcurtainpartners.com.au
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  366. A few of these are already on our Christmas list…such great illustrations! My daughter is obsessed with animals so she will love the atlas of animals and the pattern treasure hunt!!

  367. Love the “treasure hunt” books and the Hello Atlas! Thanks for making me aware of Quarto – as a bibliophile and elementary librarian I know I will be patronizing them in the near future!

  368. Every single one of these books are so cool! My daughter is absolutely obsessed with dinosaurs at the moment so I’m sure she would love “Day of the Dinosaurs”.

  369. These are so cute! I adore children’s books with great artwork. The 50 States looks fun and I love the Technicolor Treasure Hunt.
    I had my baby girl in August and my sister is due with a girl, her first as well, in January. These would be a perfect addition to the little ones’ libraries.

  370. 100 Words would be my choice for a Christmas gift for my writer friend’s little son ๐Ÿ™‚ So cute!

  371. What beautiful books! I like Nature’s Day Out for my three year old twin girls. They love getting outside every chance they can get!

  372. We were gifted the Adventure Atlas and we all love it! My daughter’s classroom is in desperate need of expanding its library selection. Books would go to her teacher-her first year teaching after graduation.

  373. How can anyone choose a favorite?! I love them all but the Hello, Atlas might be the most needed in our lives right now. With two little girls in the house and a whole slew of homeschool friends, these books would be well-loved!

  374. Oh, they are beautiful. I believe my favorite is What Do Grown-ups Do All Day? My daughter is always surrounded by adults since I take her to the office everyday and I believe that could be fun for her.

  375. I love them all! The Atlas of Adventure looks awesome and I know my nephews would love it. My daughter and I enjoy doing art together so illuminature looks right up our alley.

  376. One thousand things, but they all look lovely. I’d keep some and share with the nephews and niece ๐Ÿ™‚

  377. Wow never seen this collection. I have some little boys who would love Day of the Dinosaurs. So many good colors.

  378. AHH! The Hello Atlas by Hendicott is exactly what I look for in books to share in my Montessori classroom. Sorry for the shameless teacher plug – ugh ?! A good reminder of the universal child and that “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” The best for the smallest!!! Also selfishly the illustrations are adorable, and a fun read for adults too ?!

  379. I love the One Thousand Things book! ‘My daughter would love the pages full of little things to find. We’d share with her cousin!

  380. I would give Traffic Jam to my son, Leo because he loves vehicles of all kinds and is super into puzzles now that’s he’s hit 2.

  381. Illuminature looks like fun, I would have loved that as a child! I’d really like to give these to a library here or the Boys & Girls club, for kids who don’t have such wonderful books at home.

  382. My niece calls her little guy “baby bookworm” so these would go to him. The 50 States Activity book looks fun!

  383. We have The Wonder Garden and The 50 States books and I love how beautiful they are. All the books I get nowadays are for my 2 year old but I would love to give these to her preschool so that more kids can enjoy them!

  384. I’ve had my eye on the 50 States book for my 6 year old daughter for a while. We love reading nightly too- it’s such a relaxing ritual for both of us.

  385. it is so hard to pick just one favorite — i can’t choose between ‘the color garden’ and ‘what do grown-ups do all day’!! i love children’s books, so i’d almost want to keep them all for myself, but my family does a lot of work with a literacy non-profit and they always need donations of good books. they need books to keep in the classrooms while the kids read, and they also do once-a-month book selections where the students each get a book to take home with them. it would be nice to add a little variety to those! i’m also about to be an aunt for the first time, and i might save just one book for my sweet niece <3

  386. I’d pick Nature’s Day for sure! I’m always out exploring with my little one. We stop and talk about the leaves we find, collect feathers and acorns, and try to spot insects. Having a beautifully-illustrated book to go along with our mini-adventures would be fantastic.

  387. The Hello Atlas. My 2 YO has a giant world map on his bedroom wall, we would read Hello Atlas and point to places on his map!

  388. Love those treasure Hunt Books! My nephew Loves when we ask him to find things in his books!

  389. wow! they all look so good! I have been coveting Illuminature, One Thousand Things, and What do Grown Ups Do All Day for my kids, and Diary of a Time Traveler, and the 50 States Activity Book for my nieces and nephews!

  390. Two of my coworkers have 3-year-olds and new babies, I would love to give them a haul of books. One Thousand Things and Creaturepedia look so cute.

  391. What an amazing collection of books! I love “Nature’s Day” and “One Thousand Things.” I would share the books with my two young sons and our friends ๐Ÿ™‚

  392. I am a new homeschool mom. My son was supposed to head off to kindergarten this fall but felt impressed to homeschool him. So we are working hard and loving schooling at home. I love that these books are non-fiction and engaging with beautiful pictures. All too often it seems non-fiction kids books are a little bland. These look amazing. This would be a dream to win since I’ve been spending $$$ on books and things for our home classroom. I love the Hello Atlas and my son is OBSESSED with dinosaurs right now so the Day of the Dinosaurs would be a major hit with him.
    I’d love to gift some to my boys and my niece and newphews as well!

  393. My nephew added “50 States” to his wish list. Its a beautiful book and I was planning on buying it for him. So,he would definitely be the recipient.
    I also love Little Atlas for my toddler , who is my new travel buddy.

  394. I have young grandchildren that live overseas and finding good children’s books in English is a challenge! The Hello Atlas would be perfect for them because they love learning about other cultures and languages. They would also love the Atlas of Animal Adventures because what child isn’t fascinated with living creatures?

  395. I love these books! I would definitely add a few of these to my toddlers collection, and I just had a baby in July and would love to start a collection of books for her. The 50 states books are fantastic, and the Atlas of Animal Adventures book is exactly what my son would love!

  396. Hello Atlas would be perfect! My husband and I were just discussing future trips with our children and this would be a great way to teach them about new places.

  397. Creatures Great and Small looks like an amazing way to educate kids but also let them unleash their creativity. We’re expecting our first little one and these books would be treasured forever.

  398. I would choose the Atlas of Animal Adventures. I love these books and will definitely be giving them out as gifts!

  399. As an elementary Art teacher, I would love to use many of these books with my students! I am particularly intrigued by “Illuminature.” A good friend of mine, who is also an Art teacher, is expecting her first baby. A pile of these gorgeous books would make a wonderful gift for her and her husband to enjoy with their child!

  400. “What Do Grownups Do All Day?” looks so cute! I would love to let my little one experience these books and share them with his best friend.

  401. Destination: Space for my space-obsessed kids and Technicolor Treasure Hunt for my sweet little cousin.

  402. My boys got The 50 States book for Christmas last year and still look through it often. I think they would love The Day of the Dinosaurs. My favorite might be Wonder Garden!

  403. I bought 50 States a few months ago for my first classroom. I have been dying to get the rest of the collection because I believe my preschoolers would benefit from them greatly! I have acity Atlas on my own Christmas list! Winning this collection would help fill my classroom with book and illustrations the children have not seen before and will open a whole new world of inquisition and wonder.

  404. The colors and fonts on these are all too pretty. But, I think my favorite is “The School of Art”

  405. The colors and fonts on these are all too pretty. But, I think my favorite is “The School of Art”

  406. I still wonder what grownups do all day. I think it would be great to teach my little guy at an early age because I never learned! These would be great books to read to my baby.

  407. Wow, every single book looks beautiful/fun. I think we would love The Hello Atlas and One Thousand Things!

  408. I recently discovered these books and am a big fan!!! My 4 year old daughter would love to get her little hands on the Pattern-Tastic Treasure Hunt along with probably every other book they make!!!!

  409. The School of Art is too cool! It’s hard to pick a fave, but I know a special little one who would love it!

  410. Destination Space would be a huge hit with my boys (ages 5 &7). Thanks for the amazing list of titles…I requested almost all of them from our public library.

  411. My pick is “What do Grownups do all day long” because, frankly, sometimes I don’t know the answer myself. My 23-month old, Jack (already an avid reader), would get a big kick out of it, as I’m sure he asks that question every day when he sees mom and dad leave home in a tizzy!

  412. I would share the book, What Do Grown Ups Do All Day, with my 3rd grade class to support our focus on college and career interest and readiness.

  413. Day of the Dinosaurs for my son! They’re all so beautifully illustrated! They would be for my son’s classroom, holiday gift donation for a family at the holidays, and friends’ kids.

  414. Ooooo… Technicolor Treasure Hunt! My daughter and her friend would love these!

  415. My little guy would LOVE the Creaturepedia…and the English teacher in me loves that they make comparisons to help kids understand the animals’ characteristics!

  416. What do the grownups do all day looks so fun! We have 5 kids, so if I won they would be thrilled!

  417. These books are unbelievably gorgeous. I think all three of my kids would love the City Atlas.

  418. I’d choose The 50 States, why? Because it reminds me of ‘This is the United Nations’ by M.Sasek circa 1968 which I own and treasure. Ashamedly I would keep the book for myself (insert embarrassed face here).
    _Stacy Z. from LA

  419. They all look fabulous, but I would especially love the Hello Atlas book and What do grown-ups do all day!

  420. I like the book Atlas of Animal Adventures. This is a perfect book for my granddaughter who loves to read about animals.

  421. Creaturepedia looks amazing! I am a veterinarian, and would love to read this book with my daughters to celebrate our love of animals!

  422. We have the Atlas if Adventures and the Adventures activity book and they are my favourite books to look at with my three kiddos. I’d love to take a peek at the Animal Atlas and the Space Travel books. And Quarto – please make a book of the Canadian provinces! I love the 50 States book and would absolutely buy a Canadian edition. ๐Ÿ™‚

  423. Hello! I love sci-fi and fantasy books. So I would love to read my 4 month old son “Diary of a time traveler” and “Destination Space”

  424. Hi!, we have a four month old son and we are starting to read to him each night. I would love to read him “Diary of Time Traveler” and Atlas books.

  425. These books look amazing! I would let my 8 year old daughter and 6 year old son keep their favorites then we would gift a few to some baby friends of ours and donate a few to a local children’s charity!

  426. What beautiful books! My 4 year old loves art and “The School of Art” looks right up her alley!

  427. I have the 50 States books and love them! Such great design on all their books. I would love the Learning Garden board books for my 1.5 year old son!

  428. How to Look After Your Kitten for my sassy, animal loving, book worm niece that just turned ONE!! She says “Ditten!” and it is so gosh darn cute.

  429. these are all so beautiful! my daughter would love Day of the Dinosaurs and What Do Grown-Ups Do All Day?

  430. The Wonder Garden for sure! Has been on my list to get for her for a while now! This is possibly the best giveaway ever! And open to CANADA! Yay, yay, yay! Thanks Joy!

  431. I would be interested in the 50 States for my daughter. She has been very interested in other states that friends and family have visited.

  432. I am having such a hard time picking a favorite! I think I like “One Thousand Things” the best. My 2 year old would love it!

  433. I can’t believe I’ve never come across these books before! I’d pick up the Atlas of Adventure first, but my kids would eat up most of these books.

  434. I love the illustrations in the Counting and Colors books, but I think my son and I would have a lot of fun with the Technicolor Treasure Hunt book!

  435. What a beautiful collection of books! One Thousand Things would be my pick and my son Jasper would LOVE it.

  436. Omgosh the “how to take care of your puppy” book is so perfect! My 6 month old is in desperate need of an instruction manual to stop trying to tear out our poor dog’s fur! ๐Ÿ™‚

  437. All these books are so great! I am really interested in natural world and the atlas of animal adventures. I would gift them to my son ๐Ÿ˜‰

  438. All these book are so lovely! Destination Space would be great for my son! Hello Atlas looks really fun too.

  439. Gosh what beautiful books. I actually saw these for the first time during our trip to Portland earlier this year and was so impressed by the illustrations and how imaginative they were.
    I would share this with my little daughters – 3 years old and one year old, and my niece and nephew (1 and 6).
    My favs are: What do grownups do all day, illuminature, and One thousand things.
    Such a cool giveaway – i’m going to cross all my fingers that by some miracle i win this!

  440. Atlas of Adventures for my adventurous 5 year
    old. She loves learning about the world. She asked for a globe last year for Christmas and a huge wall map to color for her birthday. These books are right up her alley!

  441. Traffic Jam would be a great book for my toddler-aged son Henry. He’s so into all things transportation related right now. Plus he adores puzzles and I think it’s awesome that this book includes a floor puzzle. How fun!

  442. All the books look fantastic. Natural World and The 50 States can be good for my God Daughter

  443. What an amazing giveaway! I love Natural World. I have a copy of that one and it is so beautiful.

  444. I love the Counting & Colors books, though all of them are so beautiful. I would give them to my nephews and nieces – my sister-in-law’s boys love books, and my other sister-in-law has been building a collection of children’s books for her new baby girl. And, honestly, as a former Illustration student, I might keep a few for myself… just to look at and be inspired by ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Heather

  445. I love What Do Grownups Do All Day? and City Atlas! I would definitely give these books to my soon to be born baby girl! That means I would get to read them too! ๐Ÿ™‚

  446. The 50 states or Pattern-tastic Treasure Hunt or How to Look After Your Kitten or all! My two little girls (5&4) would love these. Plus, we are thinking about adopting a kitten in a couple weeks.

  447. I love How to Look After Your Kitten and would give it to my cousin’s son who loves animals.

  448. My daughter is obsessed with the 50 states book. She “reads” it until she falls asleep pretty much every night.

  449. Those are perfect books. I would love to give the Atlas of Adventure to my 19 month son who has yet to travel with his travelling loving parent.. and give the rest of the books to cousins during our christmas dinner. ;p

  450. These books are beautiful!! I love the Atlas of Adventures book!! If I won I would share these with my 2 children, our extended family and the school library. Thanks for a great contest ๐Ÿ™‚

  451. I would love to give Hello Atlas to my son who loves maps and learning about other people around he world!

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