Win a Busy Izzy Educational Entertainment Series for Children!

Busy Izzy Educational Entertainment Series

Today I have an opportunity for my Aussie readers to win a Busy Izzy Educational Entertainment Series for your kids!

Busy Izzy contains imaginative stories featuring playful rhymes, healthy recipes, catchy sing-a-long songs and music videos for children to dance along to. If your kids are anything like my two, they’ll love the variety and especially the opportunity to dance.

Win a Busy Izzy Educational Entertainment Series for Children! Children's Book Giveaway

Busy Izzy and Friends is created and written by renowned celebrity vocal coach Roxanne Kiely. Busy Izzy encourages friendliness, co-operation, generosity and a healthy lifestyle through the main character, Busy Izzy and her diverse group of friends.

The multi-media entertainment series is endorsed by the World Literacy Foundation and is praised by Bec Hewitt and her family!

The second book – Busy Izzy and Newly Truly – The Big Surprise! has launched recently and explores the adventures of Busy Izzy and her newly-adopted puppy, Newly Truly.

It reinforces, teaches the values and importance of empathy.

Busy Izzy is aimed at children aged two to eight years old. For more info, visit and you can also watch the music videos at

Three of my Aussie readers have the chance to win a copy of each book for your little one! Total prize package $29.98 for each winner.

To be eligible to win, simply complete the Rafflecopter to follow Love from Mim on Instagram, visit my Facebook Page and then comment below with your favourite childhood book/story and why you loved it?

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The most creative answer from eligible entrants will win!

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Terms and Conditions

  1. Giveaway open to Australian residents only.
  2. Closes on Oct 23rd 2016.
  3. Winner will be announced here on Oct 24th 2016.

Good luck!

* The winners are… Heather, Mick and Karla! Congrats to them and thank you to all for entering! *

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  1. Monica S.
    22nd October 2016 / 9:46 pm

    Charlotte’s Web…the story of friendship, helping someone in their time of need, losing that friend…the child that i was understood those feelings but there is joy in the story as well.

  2. May
    21st October 2016 / 10:46 pm

    I absolutely loved Where the Red Fern Grows when I was in primary school. It was a beautiful story about a boy and his dogs. Just a heart warming and also heart breaking story. It made me yearn for a dog.

  3. Eva Kiraly
    21st October 2016 / 9:43 pm

    I loved Dr Seuss and I still do!

  4. Julia Mason
    21st October 2016 / 12:22 pm

    Oh I loved the Hairy McClary series, him and his friends getting into so much mischief and mayhem, and that naughty scar face claw!

  5. Mick G
    20th October 2016 / 5:53 pm

    I used to love reading Heidi – not that my parents were happy with me as they wanted me to read more masculine stories but hey I loved it

  6. Samara McRae
    20th October 2016 / 10:49 am

    The Faraway tree series. I absolutely loved being taken to the magical lands. The best books in the world!

  7. Karla Oleinikoff
    20th October 2016 / 12:51 am

    Sparkle The Pony. All about a pony, and included how to take care of a pony, and everything they needed. Mum got fed up with reading it to me every night, and it made me desperate to have a pony of my own. I loved that book to pieces, literally!

  8. sarahMary
    16th October 2016 / 2:43 pm

    I’ve loved reading since I can remember and when I was a child I loved reading Richard Scaary’s books! I had a collection growing, and I’d be excited to recieve a new book.

  9. Gary Wood
    13th October 2016 / 12:39 pm

    My kids favorite book is “Do wacky do”

  10. Tracy Wedding
    7th October 2016 / 9:12 pm

    Possum Magic

  11. Debrah Bassett
    7th October 2016 / 1:42 pm

    i loved cinderella i could use my imagination and pretend i was a princess

  12. Adrienne Harries
    7th October 2016 / 12:40 am

    Green eggs and ham was my favorite book
    I love the rhyme of Dr Suess i had to have a look
    Crazy stories about strange food
    Always puts me in a good mood

  13. Heather Hopley
    6th October 2016 / 8:51 pm

    A fabulous book for interaction with the children; great colours and it builds a lovely sense of excitement… why is the caterpillar so hungry? Because he is turning into something beautiful. We all love The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

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