In the United States, March is National Reading Month, which got started March 2nd with National Reading Day in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday. As GeekDads we’re fans of books and reading – and we know many of you are as well. Today we’ve got a great giveaway for our faithful readers.
On Monday, we tipped our (virtual) hat to Dr. Seuss and asked a simple question – what’s your favorite Dr. Seuss book? The response was phenomenal. There were over 8,300 votes in our GeekDad poll.
Today, GeekDad has teamed up with LeapFrog and we’re able to offer the chance to win one of TEN LeapFrog Tag reading systems along with a copy of The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham Tag books. If you cruise over to Amazon, you’ll see this is about a $75 value.
How can you enter to win one of these systems? Easy. Submit a comment.
Is there anything special that should be done in the comment? Yes. Your comment must be written in Seussian style and must be original. For example, GeekDad Anton wrote this:
one blog, two blog, red blog, blue blog,
black blog, blue blog, old blog, gnu blog.
this one has a little star
this one has gone a little too far,
say, what a lot of blogs there are.
So, get the kids around the computer and have some fun coming up with your family’s Seussian-style comment.
Is there a deadline for submitting the comment? Yes. Comments need to be submitted on the blog by 7am US Central Time on Sunday, March 8th.
Is there anything else that might be important for this giveaway? Yes. Make sure you don’t put a typo in your email address when submitting the comment. It will be how we get in touch with you to let you know you’ve won. (trust us – we’re not going to put you on some spamming list…)
How will you determine a winner? Easy. We’ll close the comments and then randomly select 10 comments. We’ll then contact you by email.
What if I don’t win? Well, if you go to the LeapFrog site for the One Million Reading Hours Pledge and sign up, you qualify for a $10 discount on the Tag reading system.
So. Good luck, and have a blast with your family coming up with your Seussian-style comment.