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DVD giveaway: for children under age 6

posted by Nell Minow

clifford.jpgThis time, I have free DVDs for ages 2-5 for the first five readers who email me at You do not need to send your address until I let you know that you have won. As always, I love hearing from you about your families and the movies you enjoy together (or those you did not enjoy) and any questions or additional information I can provide.
Remember — send an email to, if you want a DVD. Comments below are always welcome, but only those who send emails will be eligible.
And keep checking, as the next giveaway will be mystery and thriller DVDs for adults! Coming up after that will be a promotional item from the new Indiana Jones movie, so stay tuned.

  • homemom3

    Wow, this is really neat. Is it a Clifford DVD or a surprise? I’m posting this on my site on Tuesday. (just to let ya know)

  • Nell Minow

    Thanks, Homemom! Clifford is one of the choices, but I have quite a variety.

  • cindy crocker

    i really want to win badly

  • cindy crocker

    I been watching clifford since i was a kid

  • Anonymous

    Hi, This is great .. what about us grandmas can we enter for our “grands”? Gavin is 3 and loves to watch movies.
    Thank you a Wining grandma,
    Merilyn Ault

  • Eileen

    Hello! First time on this site….Seem interesting! I am open to receive advices on parenting. My son is 7 y.o.

  • Nell Minow

    Welcome, Eileen! Your son is very lucky to have a mom who is careful about media and other issues. I am very glad you found me and please comment or email any time ( if I can be of any help.

  • Your Name

    she have no movies to watch and has only a uncle mother and me to give her things she is 19 months old

  • Nell Minow

    Thanks for writing — these are all gone but I keep giving away more all the time so keep checking. I do not recommend any DVDs for kids under age 2 however. That is when they should be cuddled and read to and played with full-time.

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