Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Rain Rain Go Away! Giveaway Hop


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Rain Rain Go Away! Giveaway Hop

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GIVEAWAY Storytellers BOX Starry Night Collection - A Book of your choice. 
THE STARRY NIGHT COLLECTION STORYTELLERS BOX
10 Book titles to choose from for the Starry Night Collection Storytellers BOX. This Special Edition BOX will run for the months of March - April 15, 2020.
 

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Tales from Gareth Worthington, Stu Jones, Mary Ting, Carrie Arcos, D.J. MacHale, Justina Chen, Laura Morrison, Seven Jane, and Christine Brae
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"I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of stars makes me dream." — Vincent Van Gogh

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44 comments:

  1. I have never wished upon a star.

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  2. When I was small, I frequently wished upon a star.

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  3. Yes, I did all the time as a kid.

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  4. So many stars! So many wishes!

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  5. When I was much younger I would watch for shooting stars to make a wish upon.

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  6. Every single time I thought I saw a falling star!

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  7. I have! Though I think I've only done it with a star that I thought was a 'shooting star'

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  8. No I have never seen a shooting star to wish on.

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  9. I made a wish once but I can't remember what it was, or if it came true! :)

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  10. I have wished on a few stars.... awesome giveaway

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  11. I have wished upon a star many times!

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  12. I always wish on the first star I see. "Star light, star bright, The first star I see tonight; I wish I may, I wish I might, Have the wish I wish tonight."

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  13. I have wished on a star more than a few times.

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  14. When I was a little girl I used to wish upon a star.

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  15. Yes, I have, but not since I was a kid.

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  16. N.. but I have made birthday wishes.

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  17. I haven't wished on a star for many years...probably not since back in high school.

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  18. yes I have when I was about 12 I wished to grow up and read as many books as I could and have made that one of my missions :)

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  19. No, I have never wished on a star.

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  20. Yes, when I was a child. Sadly, they never came true.

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  21. Yes, I remember the first time was with a sixth grade outing at night in a park and there were shooting stars. Whenever I catch the glimpse of the trail of a star, I make a wish. And, of course, I make wishes on birthdays.

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  22. I have indeed wished upon a star a few times through the years.

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  23. I used to when I was little and I told my granddaughters about doing it.

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  24. Yes I remember wishing on a star when I was a kid and I did get my Mrs.Beasley doll..lol

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  25. When I was a child, I wished on stars often.

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  26. Yes. A lot when I was a child, sometimes, even now.

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