Friday, October 7, 2011

Kidtoons Spookley the Square Pumpkin Prize Pack Giveaway *Closed*


This month Kidtoons is proud to present: Spookley the Square Pumpkin! 

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and Spookley the Square Pumpkin has been named the official Spokes-Pumpkin through a partnership with PACER Center. PACER, a national organization based in Minneapolis, Minn., works to expand opportunities and enhance the quality of life of all children and young adults, including those with any disability, and their families, based on the concept of parents helping parents . "The culture of bullying won't end until people across the country take action and show children and teens that they care," says Julie Hertzog, director of PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center, which sponsors the month. "We love the way Spookley touches the heart and the mind with his message of tolerance and acceptance."

Synopsis: In a world where "the only good pumpkins are round pumpkins," Spookley the Square Pumpkin is often teased by the other pumpkins because of his square shape. Soon, Spookley is befriended by Edgar, Allan and Poe, three hilarious spiders, who convince Spookley that, square or not, he has a right to be the "Pick of the Patch" on Halloween. A square pumpkin the "Pick of the Patch"? Not if mean round pumpkins Big Tom and Little Tom can help it. These two bullies tease and taunt Spookley because of his square roots. Although he is encouraged to continue to become the "Pick of the Patch" by kindly Jack Scarecrow and his bat sidekicks, Boris and Bella, Spookley isn't sure he has what it takes until a mighty storm threatens to destroy the entire patch. As the storm rolls the round pumpkins across the patch towards a raging river below, Spookley's square shape helps him save the day. Spookley realizes "it's fine to be round while the weather is fair, but there are times it's better to be a square!"

We love Spookley the Square Pumpkin! It is our yearly tradition to watch the movie and read the book as a family and I'm so thrilled to be able to give one of my readers the chance to share Spookley with their family.

**Win It**
One lucky Life With Two Boys reader will win a Spookley the Square Pumpkin prize pack in honor of Kidtoons' October feature!


The prize pack includes:
*One Spookley whirly flashlight
*One Spookley DVD
*One Spookley Square Pumpkin plush
*One Spookley hardcover book
*One Spookley theatrical one-sheet/movie poster

To enter just use the Rafflecopter form below.. Be sure to do the mandatory entry or any extra entries will not count!




Disclosure: Kidtoons is providing a prize pack for this giveaway. I am not being compensated in any other way. All opinions are my own.

55 comments:

~K~ said...

A halloween tradition we have in our family is we would always go to my husband's grandmother's house for a bonfire/weinie roast. We had good times there! runner_girl5k at yahoo dot com

3 Giggly Monsters said...

We take the kids to trick or treating on main and then we take them to our local parade.
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Kimberly said...

We always have powdered donuts and apple cider
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Coming Home to Live said...

We don't actually celebrate Halloween at our house but I do love Spookley. This is such a great children's book :)

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TwoPeasInAPodOneDayAtATime said...

we carve pumpkins together
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sueparks2003 said...

We have a light meal early then take the kids to certain places - the church, friends, family etc afterwards we all meet and have something special (providing it is a Fri or Sat) if not we do it the following week-end.
Gladys P
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Amo said...

We carve Star Wars characters on our pumpkins and we go trick-or-treating!
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jakeremom said...

We are pretty simple when it comes to Halloween. We have three kids and they each dress up and we go trick or treating and go to some church parties.

Kimmie Barnes
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Janet W. said...

Our favorite tradition is carving the pumpkins together and of course trick or treating around the neighborhood!

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Anonymous said...

My kiddos are still young so we are just making our traditions. Our town has a trick-or-treat the businesses on the Saturday prior to Halloween, we will do this for the 3rd year. Last year, we started the tradition of watching Spookley in October. Thank you.
Laurie Adams
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Jennifer Rote said...

My son and I go the pumpkin patch to pick out a pumpkin. And we both decorate everything and dress up.

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Patty White said...

We love to go to the pumpkin patch!! My kids search and search for that perfect pumpkin. Then we go on the hay ride and through the corn maze. Every Halloween this is what my kids look forward to most!

Missy L said...

We all pick out pumpkins from our farmer friends and then come home and carve them. We love reading Halloween books. We enjoy trick or treating and them coming home to candy candy candy!

LeighSabey said...

We're still trying to come up with good traditions! Last year we grilled hot dogs for all the families on our street and whoever came by before we ran out.

Life Unexpected: Adventures of a SAHM said...

Our Halloweens are easy in terms of traditions, but we do carve lots of pumpkins!

deanna said...

tradition: we always create a family spooky walk through in the yard/garage
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Chris said...

We love pumpkin picking and carving for Halloween.

Colleen M said...

On Halloween all the extended family comes to our house for finger food and hot cider. Then all the guys take the kids out trick or treating and the gals stay home and answer the door. This gives the guys a chance to have some quality time with the kids.

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debijackson said...

we carve pumpkins and make roasted seeds

corey1971 said...

We go to cornfield maze on a farm where the kids pick their own pumpkins. (olomon@Hotmail.com)

Melissa G. said...

Halloween is my grandmothers birthday and this year we are celebrating her 90th year!

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Tabitha said...

we go to the halloween event at the local zoo every year

frugalmommieof2 said...

We love to carve pumpkins and then we trick or treat at the mall.

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Debbie Breedlove said...

We carve pumpkins, and then go to our town main street and go to the businesses and my kids take a box of toys, mostly good condition stuffed animals, to the police station for the police officers to give to children when they are scared when they go on their calls. Then we come home and take pictures.

Sarah Hufnagel said...

We carve pumpkins and go to fall festivals in town.

Amber said...

I like to get my kids to help me decorate for Halloween at the beginning of OCtober.

MamaHunfy said...

We always decorate the yard. We have a full graveyard, tons of lights and props-its awesome!

Vashti M
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Mami Libélula said...

We carve pumpkins!!
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Anonymous said...

Carve pumpkins, trick or treating of course. We also try to watch Young Frankenstein and put a circle of salt around the house.

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mommyoftwo said...

Our favorite tradition is curling up with a good (not scary) movie and eating our goodies from the night.

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Sunnie said...

Just trick or treating like nuts, we are in the middle of buying our farm, so that will make new trafiotions out in the country.
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1955nurse said...

One thing we would always do when the kids were growing up was get out these hand-made Pumpkin Trick-or-treat bags that their Grandma made them when they were small - they used them EVERY year, & I put them up for our Grandkids!(This will be the year I get them out, too!!!)

daivabaum said...

Going to the pumpkin patch
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Leslie S. said...

We go trick or treating and then celebrate the new year.I call it Samhain and it is my favorite holiday.Thanks!
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Mandy said...

Going to the pumpkin patch!
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one frugal lady said...

we go on a hayride and carve pumpkins! Halloween is great, it kicks off the holiday season!
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mummytotwoboys said...

My favorite tradition is we carve pumpkins the night before Halloween

sweetpea08 said...

Our family tradition is to have soup or chili and then go trick or treating. When we got back, we would have hot apple cider while we went through all our candy!

Gina said...

I take my kids Trick or Treating and then we go to a Halloween Carnival every year.

cbusch said...

Our tradition is to enjoy a large bowl of my crock pot chili and cinn. rolls after trick or treating.

Julie said...

my bday is on halloween so that is just a crazy day always..I always get a angel food cake with 7 minute icing and go from there:)
hebb dot julie at gmail dot com

Lmbrunken said...

Visiting the pumpkin patch.

sweetsillysaral said...

We take a walk around our town and admire the creative works of others and we like to point out our favorite displays and pumpkins!
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Diana said...

We always have a big pot of chili cooking for after trick or treating
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Robin Blankenship said...

We go trick or treating and go to my in laws.

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Anonymous said...

We always go trick or treating at the granparents house first then when were done trick or treating it's back to the house for s[pagetti and the kids get to trade their candy wilcarvic
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Anonymous said...

We all carve pumpkins on the day before Halloween or Halloween day. Then all of the kids and adults dress up and go trick or treating.

Tara H
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SweeTidbits said...

We always decorate the front yard with a haunted path for the trick-or-treaters. :) We also serve hot cocoa & cider outside so parents have a treat as well. ;)
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Rachel said...

Instead of trick or treating, my family goes to our church where they have a Harvest Festival and have candy, games, hayrides, and a rock climbing wall.

Dana said...

No traditions here except that we do hand out candy to trick or treaters. dmatthews38751@yahoo.com

Laurie said...

we go to our church fall party every Halloween

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Madeline said...

We trick or treat

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from whine to juice box said...

we trick or treat and go to halloween carnival
jessica berry
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Beckee said...

We eat a big spooky themed dinner them go truck or treating in the neighborhood.
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Penny W said...

One tradition we have is that we make pumpkin bread the night before Halloween and then have it for breakfast on Halloween morning! Yum!

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