Friday Giveaway: Eebee Cloth Activity Books for Baby

Fabric, interactive, and oh-so-soft; eebee cloth books for baby are the perfect way to introduce story time to little ones. Each one features hands-on activities for children as they read the book. These soft books will help your baby explore words, sound, and textures, develop motor skills, and play imaginatively. Our toddlers have tried and tested them, and they were big hits! These are great as crib toys that will keep kids engaged and having fun.


eebee’s Having a Ball Adventures: Babies will play around with some big ideas in this adventure: up, down, over, under, in, out . . . and my turn—your turn. This interactive book includes a soft, tethered ball, inviting babies to exercise social, motor, language, and thinking skills in games from catch with eebee to basketball.

eebee’s Laundry Time Adventures: Babies will explore words, sounds, and textures; exercise fine-motor skills; play imaginatively . . . and get the laundry done. Interactive play activities include taking towels out of the laundry bag and putting them “into the washer”; spinning the peek-a-boo washing-machine wheel; hanging eebee’s pajamas on the line; and putting them away in the drawers.


eebee’s Peek-a-Boo Adventures: Where’s eebee? On the cover of this book, open and close the curtains. Inside the book, look for eebee behind a silky purple scarf, inside a big, shiny raincoat, and behind a movable stack of soft blocks. From exploring textures to anticipating outcomes, there’s no hiding the opportunities for playful skill-building in this exciting search.

eebee’s Hug and Splash Adventures is a two-book set in which each book is also a game. All About Me & You is all about eebee’s body, and a baby’s body too. Fold-out the book-sized mirror to “look and play” along with eebee. Exercise your baby’s social, motor, language, and thinking skills, exploring the body from head to toe! Eebee’s Bath Time Adventure is sure to float a baby’s boat. Open the book and place it cover-up in the tub. Watch eebee float! Submerge the book to fill the squirter and then squeeze it for a gentle spray. Press eebee’s tummy—squeak—eebee’s all clean. As eebee takes a bath, every baby will play and learn with water.


To enter to win one of the above four books, leave a comment below answering the following question by Thursday at 11pm PST:


What are you doing with all that Halloween candy??



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30 comments:

  1. We didn't buy any candy this year (going to festivals) and hopefully nobody will try to give my little one candy b/c she's only 5 months old!

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  2. My 11 month old won't be eating any Halloween candy just yet. So we probably will give it away at our neighborhood fall festival on Sunday. Lucky for us it happens after the fact or my husband & I would be stuck eating it (like we need that)!

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  3. My three year old doesn't even like candy so I'm sure the husband and I will end up eating some. The rest I will just send in to work with him. I'm sure his co-workers will like it.

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  4. we didn't buy any to pass out - I finally put my foot down since we had exactly ZERO kids ring our bell last year. We ARE going trick-or-treating, though and I am sure that I'll just *have* to help the kids eat some of it ... ;)

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  5. Little Buddy is only three months old, so he won't be getting any candy. :) But if we do end up with some anyway (as does inadvertently happen on Halloween), we will be eating it. And I'm not ashamed--a couple of fun-size Milky Ways never hurt anyone. ;)

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  6. We have lots of leftovers from handing them out, since our trick-or-treat was last night, oddly, in our town. Our son is only 7 months old so he won't be eating it.

    I'm going to be making some cookies with some pieces of it in place of the chocolate chips. Then I'll send them with my husband to work, so we don't eat them here!

    I'd love to win the laundry book, since I love doing laundry. Thanks so much!

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  7. We didn't buy candy of our own, since we won't be home to give it out... going to the fantastic grandparents. The candy my toddler gets from trick-or-treating will likely end up at my husband's office! That works great, we get rid of the ton of candy, and his co-workers think he is wonderful! :-)

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  8. We bought a few large bags to hand out, and I'm hoping my children don't bring much home. I will probably let them eat a bit tonight and then combine it all into one large bowl, put it on top of the fridge, and make it last a while.

    lydia.bower @ gmail.com

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  9. Karenk (HP community forum)October 31, 2008 at 10:04 AM

    Trick or Treat was last night and we ran out of candy after going through a 200 piece gigantic bag. My little ones were happy to throw their own candy loot into our bowl to pass out to trick or treaters. At 4, 2, & 1 they enjoyed passing out the candy rather than eating it LOL!

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  10. I bought fruit snacks this year and not candy per se, so I'd be happy with the leftovers.

    I did purchase a bag of junior mints last week and they were gone in a couple days... oops!

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  11. I'm so sad! Our sleepy street has yet to produce a trick or treater in 3 years and Tatum is just 7 months, so no candy yet. If we did have some it would most certainly, definitely, positively be going into my tummy! I've got something of a sweet tooth! :) Happy Halloween!

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  12. OMGosh that laundry activity book is too cute!
    mary
    hoganfe handmade
    handbag originals

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  13. I am not doing ANYTHING with all that Halloween candy. My HUSBAND, on the other hand, is going to pour it all down his throat. I don't think our almost 1 year old would want it anyway!

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  14. um ... my kids got to pick out 10 pieces and get one for hte next 10 days! they got to pick after i picked out all the chocolate for myself and all the hard choking hazards! we'll take the rest with us to Haiti in Dec!

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  15. My son is only 17 mos old, but for trick or treating I gave him a box of raisins to walk around with and eat. It was a great distraction and he didn't have a free hand to grab the piece of candy at the houses. Luckily I had a free hand and grabbed plenty!

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  16. With a 15 month old we have A LOT of candy sitting around today (he will not eat it). Since my husband and I are both teachers our students will benefit from this candy surplus or else I will eat it all!!!

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  17. Unfortunately my son got sick from eating a little too much Halloween candy. So any left over candy has gone in the trash. :(

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  18. Our kids only go to a few homes! Extra candy is put away and brought out a little at a time into a bowl on our kitchen island! Thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  19. Our daughter just turned 2 so this was her first time trick-or-treating and she was more into picking something out of the bowl and putting it into her bag than thinking about eating it. Plus, by the time we got home it was her bedtime so it was pretty much out of sight, out of mind by the next day. I think the candy will mostly end up going with Daddy to work so he and his coworkers can enjoy it.

    Thanks!
    xpsundell(at)gmail(dot)com

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  20. We're eating it!! She's only 14 months old so she can't eat it anyway.

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  21. No Candy here so I guess I will help the grand-kids eat some of their candy.

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  22. I'm eating it - I wish I wasn't! Thanks for the chance! alicedemske@hotmail.com

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  23. I am freezing ours so that I can make candy bar brownies in individual paper cups. Thanks for the chance.

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  24. I'll let the kids have a piece or 2a day.

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  25. We are eating it. =P

    =) melanie
    http://melaniescraft.blogspot.com
    melanieadey at hotmail dot com

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  26. we didn't trick/treat b/c my son is 4 months old., but of course that doesn't mean we don't have candy. I'll try not to eat it, but i will not succeed! :)
    (email in profile)

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  27. I have some kit kats left over, and they will fill in the "gaps" in the stockings for my niece and nephews:-)

    mommy koala at live dot com

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  28. I have to admit that I'm eating my fair share of it :) It's my duty as a mother not to let my kids have too much candy ;)

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  29. Letting the kids eat it piece by piece after every meal- 2 smalls or one big each meal.

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