Twas The Mouse That Saved Christmas {Giveaway}

We have a new Christmas tradition in our house. It involves reading an adorable book about a plucky little mouse. It also involves Mommy barely making it through the last page without sobbing quietly into her children’s heads. Because, magic. And Christmas. And amazement. And magic.

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twas the mouse that saved christmas Twas The Mouse That Saved Christmas is a personalized storybook from Marblespark. When you order a copy, you tell Marblespark your child’s name and they put it in the story in several places (on the cover, on Santa’s list, in the story itself). I thought Evan might be a little young to understand that the story is for him but he is AMAZED that HIS NAME is in a book. (Bonus side effect: he now recognizes his name in writing and can spell it out loud.)

twas the mouse that saved christmas

I wasn’t 100% sure I would love a personalized book (I remember ones from my own childhood that were very poorly done) but this one totally exceeded my expectations. The illustrations are cute and colorful and the whole story is written in rhyme – just like the original Twas The Night Before Christmas. Both Evan and Caroline request it every night at story time.

twas the mouse that saved christmas

We – E and I – are both happy to oblige. Reading about the joy and magic of Christmas to my two not-so-tiny babies in the glow of our Christmas tree is almost more than my mama heart can handle. The last page gets me almost every time, as soon as I read Santa’s letter to Evan reminding him being with those we love is the best part of the holidays. Excuse me, I have something in my eye again.

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twas the mouse that saved christmas

 Marblespark would like to send one of my readers a personalized copy of Twas The Mouse That Saved Christmas for their child. I’m told the last day to order to get the book for this Christmas is December 12th so I’ll pick a winner on Friday (contest will close Thursday night) just to be sure we make the cut off. That gives anyone who doesn’t win but still wants a copy plenty of time to get their own book ordered too.

Rafflecopter makes entering really easy. The comment question is: Who would you give the book to if you won? Your child? A niece or nephew? A grandchild?

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Marblespark sent me a copy of this book personalized with Evan’s name so we could read and enjoy it. I was not compensated in any way or obligated to write about it if I didn’t genuinely love the book. All opinions and photos are my own.

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24 Responses to “Twas The Mouse That Saved Christmas {Giveaway}”

  1. straderspiel says:

    I would give a copy to my middle child who doesn’t always have his name on things.

  2. Kim says:

    My daughter would love this book!

  3. Linny says:

    I would give it to my nephew, who’s loving learning to read.

  4. Amy says:

    I would give it to Spencer or maybe his cousin Max.
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  5. I’d certainly give the book to Aric. We don’t have nearly enough Christmas books :)
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  6. Celia says:

    I’d give the book to my 3 year old, Elena.

  7. i’d definitely get it for cayden. and then in a couple of years, probably order another for sawyer =)
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  8. Audrey says:

    I always give the kids a couple books for Christmas. This sounds like it would be a good one!
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  9. Emily K says:

    I have been looking for personalized books for awhile now!! Thank you so much!!

  10. barbra says:

    I would give it to my son, Knox. He has an uncommon name and so can’t find anything with his name on it.

    Also, those candy cane striped jammies are just too cute. Love them.
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  11. Lacey says:

    I’d give it to my daughter, Charley. It’d be her very first Christmas book!
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  12. michelleJ says:

    I have a new nephew and would love to gift this to him!!

  13. Tess says:

    I’d love to read this to my daughter, Tully : )

  14. Kristin says:

    I would give it to my child… I have three, though, so I’d have to choose ;). Probably the one who is learning to read :)

  15. Page says:

    I’d give it to Jack! He’s just now getting patient enough to sit in my lap and read and I’ve been stocking up on Christmas books :)

  16. This sounds so cool. I’d love one for Henry.
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  17. Jeania says:

    I would give it to my daughter : )

  18. Angie says:

    I would give this to my daughter, Haley.

  19. Tasha M says:

    I would give it to my little man, Decatur. I have a feeling that unless custom ordered there will not be a lot of things with his name on it in his future.

  20. Rachel W says:

    I would love to give this to my daughter Katie!

  21. Jessica B. says:

    I’d give it to my son.

  22. Jen F (from Robinson) says:

    Yup, daughter, definitely.

  23. Amanda says:

    I would give it to my daughter Alice.

  24. Suz says:

    I’d love to have that to read & enjoy with Zach & Lucy!
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