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Hallmark’s Recordable Storybooks Help You Stay in Touch When You Can’t Be There

By Jennifer James, Founder, Mom Bloggers Club

I have partnered this summer with Hallmark as one of their Storytellers to share their recordable storybooks with you.

This month I recorded All the Ways I Love You by Theresa Trinder and illustrated by Aaron DeWitt. It is a sweet story of a parent's love for their child. What makes Hallmark's storybooks so remarkable is they allow a loved one who can't be with a child to still read them a story. This is great for grandparents, parents in the military, and anyone who would love to read a story in their own voice to that special someone in their life.

In my case, I don't get to see my young niece often, so this is a perfect way for her to still hear my voice even though I am states away.

Listen to my audio review of All the Ways I Love You. Not only can you hear more about why I love these storybooks, you can also hear how the recordable storybooks sound.

While the storybooks are electronic they are surprisingly lightweight. Here's a side view of the storybook I just recorded.

The instructions to record the storybook are extremely simple. You can record a storybook in as little as fifteen minutes. While I'm sure you would want to invest more time in your story, it really it that easy to use and record.

Next month I will be recording another story. This time I will post video of how easy the storybooks are to use and share with children in your life.

For more information, visit www.hallmark.com.


I have five Hallmark recordable storybooks to give away: Hey Diddle, Diddle, Bright and Beautiful, I Love You Grandma, My Grandpa and Me and We're Not Scared of Anything.

To win, simply leave a comment! Giveaway ends July 31, 2010.

This giveaway is sponsored by Hallmark and this summer I serve as one of the Hallmark Storytellers.


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Comment by Jen Lawrence on July 16, 2010 at 11:27am
Oh! These are ADORABLE!!!!! I'd love to win one!
Comment by Marina on July 16, 2010 at 11:26am
I would like to win I Love You Grandma
Comment by Tonya on July 16, 2010 at 11:25am
What a beautiful idea, I haven't seen these before. As a military family, my husband is often separated from our kids forperiods of time. It would be absolutely wonderful for him to be able to still 'read' a story to the kids each night when they go to bed, even though he may not be physically present.

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