Introduce Your Children to the Classics with Macmillan Collector's Library Book Set #Giveaway #MBPHGG18



Thank you Macmillan, for sending me the "Children's Classics Collection" set in exchange for my opinion. All thoughts shared below are my own. 

We're just about to the middle of November and if you haven't started holiday shopping just yet, chances are you are thinking about it, and maybe even trying to organize your shopping lists. Sometimes finding just the right gifts can be a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be! 


A few years ago, I came across a graphic on social media that talked about keeping things simple during the holidays and focusing on 4 types of gifts for the kids on your list. One of the types, my personal favorite, is "something to read". 
The girls love to read and while they already have a miniature library of sorts, I can never resist adding new books to it. This year, we'll be adding the Macmillan "Children's Classics Collection" boxed set, which features pocket-sized editions of:

 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll


Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery 


Best Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen


The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Growing up, The Secret Garden and Anne of Green Gables were two of my most favorite books. In fact, a grade school teacher actually gifted me a copy of the latter, which I treasure well into adulthood until it got lost in the move to my current home. These books, although smaller in size, are absolutely stunning. They are just the right size for smaller hands, perfect for taking along on (holiday) road trips, and they have those sweet little ribbon bookmarks, so it's easy for young ones to remember where they left off. You know, if they ever put the book down! 

I am ecstatic that I can share these titles with my girls and I know that they will enjoy them as much as I did. 




Want it? Get it!

The Macmillan Children's Classics Collection box set would make a great gift for any kiddo on your shopping list. The set would also make a great classroom gift if you are looking for one. Visit the Macmillan Website to view this boxed set and many other great titles.

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Want it? Win it!

One lucky MBP reader will win a "Children's Classics Collection" set from our friends at Macmillan!  Just use the handy RC entry form below to enter for your chance to win this game bundle!


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Special thanks to Macmillan for allowing me to share these wonderful books and for sponsoring an awesome giveaway for our readers! Be sure to look for them in our 2018 Holiday Gift Guide!

Good luck! 




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7 comments

  1. Love Alices Adventures in Wonderland! We also had treasure island which was in this or perhaps another collection as well by the same company!

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  2. I have not read these.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  3. I'd like the book what would alice do?

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  4. Yes, I read all of these and now my daughter is too!

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  5. Yes! all of them, but our home burnt to the ground so we lost everything. These are wonderful books to read to your children or have them read.
    @tisonlyme143

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  6. The Road Ever After sounds wonderful!! The Magical Unicorn Society, and JUNO VALENTINE AND THE MAGICAL SHOES.
    @tisonlyme143

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