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Friday, December 18, 2015

#Grinchmas Campaign and Box Set Review

I'm so excited to share the #Grinchmas campaign, from Random House Children's Books, with y'all today. Learn all about the campaign and check out my review of the new box set...

Grow Your Heart 3 Sizes with Random House Children’s Books New Boxed Set with Good Deed Journal, and Sweepstakes!

The holiday season—brimming with letters to Santa and gift wishlists—is the best time to reinforce the value of compassion, and to teach our children to be kind, thoughtful and generous.  Since 1957, Dr. Seuss's beloved classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas! has been a reference point for just that. Now, for the first time ever, the book will come with a 14-inch, plush Grinch, and 32-page GOOD DEED JOURNAL in a sturdy boxed set. 

Children of all ages can read the iconic story while they cuddle with the iconic character whose heart grows three sizes when he learns the true meaning of Christmas.  And with room to record the details of 25 good deeds, the 32-page paperback GOOD DEED JOURNAL is the perfect way to encourage children to grow their own hearts by helping others—and a keepsake in the making! This special new boxed set is available in stores and retails at $32.99.

The Grinch-mas celebration continues with the robust return of the Costume & Storytime Tour. This year, 58 different venues across the country are participating! The complete list of locations and times can be found at

Visit every day leading up to Christmas during the “25 Days of Good Deeds” to share your child’s good deeds. For every deed shared, Random House Children’s Books will donate a book to a child in need through First Book. Plus, your child will be entered to win a special “Grinch Daily Gift” from Random House Kids and our charitable sponsors. We also invite you to share your child’s good deeds on Facebook and Twitter to help inspire others by using #Grinchmas and #GrowYourHeart.

*I received a box set for review purposes

Is there any better holiday gift than a copy of Dr. Seuss’s beloved classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas? Yes! A copy of the book packaged in a sturdy gift box with a 14-inch tall, exclusively-available soft plush Grinch! Now children of all ages can read the story while they cuddle with the iconic character whose heart grows three sizes when he learns the true meaning of Christmas. Also included exclusively in this package is a 32-page paperback “Good Deed Journal.” Filled with simple activities and room for children to write and draw, it’s the perfect way to encourage children to grow their own hearts by helping others.

I think RHCB's #Grinchmas campaign is just awesome and this new box set is a wonderful way to share the campaign's message and encourage little readers to do and enjoy good deeds. The box set comes with a gorgeous copy of How The Grinch Stole Christmas!, a fun Good Deed Journal, and exclusive plush Grinch, all in a pretty gift box.

Reading How The Grinch Stole Christmas! during the holidays is such a treasured and fun tradition to start and/or continue and this box set makes that tradition even more special and sweet. Little readers will love squeezing their plush Grinch close, as his story is read aloud. The #Grinchmas campaign is all about encouraging good deeds and with each good deed added to their own Good Deed Journal, children will embrace this message and their hearts will grow. 

This box set makes a perfect gift for the little readers in your life...I know I can't wait to share my set and its joyous message with my beloved niece!

THEODOR SEUSS GEISEL is one of the most beloved children's book authors of all time. The books he wrote and illustrated under the name Dr. Seuss (and others that he wrote but did not illustrate, including some under the pseudonyms Theo. LeSieg and Rosetta Stone) have been translated into thirty languages, and have sold hundreds of millions of copies.

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