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Books for Bedtime: Touch the Brightest Star *Giveaway closed*

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Touch the Brightest Star (ages 2-6) — an ingenious, interactive picture book that is “no-tech”, yet page after page children touch, tap, blink, and whisper to make magic happen in the nighttime sky.

What happens while you’re sleeping? With lush, beautiful watercolors and cut-paper collage, Christie Matheson reveals the magic of the nighttime sky, using the same kinds of toddler-perfect interactive elements as her acclaimed Tap the Magic Tree. Wave good-bye to the sun, gently press the firefly, make a wish on a star, rub the owls on their heads, and . . . shhhh. No two readings of this book will be the same. That, along with the gentle, soothing rhythm, makes Touch the Brightest Star a bedtime winner—no matter how many times you and your child read it.

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ONE winner  will receive one copy of Touch the Brightest Star and a star projector/decorative lamp that will illuminate a child’s room with colorful constellations (ARV $30).


Books for Bedtime: Touch the Brightest Star *Giveaway ends June 19th*

Note: This giveaway is open to US shipping addresses only.

Please make sure to follow ALL Giveaway Rules. Please read sweepstake rules HERE.
This giveaway will end on June 19th

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.


  1. My kids are old enough that they read to themselves now, but we used to read together all the time!

  2. We read one book every night as it helps my kids calm down plus it’s a fun time to spend with them before bed.

  3. My kids (and grandkids) are grown, but am starting to read to the great-grandchildren when I have the chance.

  4. I read to my 2 granddaughters every night when they are here for a visit or on school holidays & on summer vacation. One book isn’t enough anymore, they request a second one too. 🙂

  5. My niece gets read to every night. I read to her the same when she is visiting me. I really enjoy it.

  6. I read to my daughter every night unless she’s feeling sick or we’re running really behind with bedtime. During school nights she gets one book and on weekends we read three.

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