Monday, March 18, 2013

THE CROODS: Movie Edition Books Giveaway

On March 22nd THE CROODS will be hitting theaters! This is one movie my kids can not wait to go see. 

To celebrate it's upcoming theatrical release, I've got a fabulous THE CROODS prize pack to give away today thank you to Dream Works and Simon & Schuster Kids. First, here's a bit about the movie. 

About The Croods
THE CROODS is a 3D comedy adventure that follows the world's first modern family as they embark on a journey of a lifetime when the cave that has always been their home is destroyed. Traveling across a spectacular landscape, the Croods are rocked by generational clashes and seismic shifts as they discover an incredible new world filled with fantastic creatures -- and their outlook is changed forever.

Starring the voices of Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener, Clark Duke and Cloris Leachman.

Check out one of the trailers here:

The Giveaway:
Two (2) winners will receive a book prize pack (seen below):
·         The Croods Movie Novelization
·         Grug's Survival Guide
·         Here Come the Croods
·         Family Road Trip

Prize pack valued at $20.96 each
Prizes provided by Dreamworks Animation
Giveaway open to US addresses only
*To enter, please fill out the form below

About the Books
Simon & Schuster has released some great new children’s books based on DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods. Enter for a chance to win 4 titles that the whole family will enjoy!

Grug's Survival Guide, Ages: 3 – 7
Here Come the Croods, Ages: 5 – 7
Family Road Trip, Ages: 3 – 7

Link Up!
Want to know more about the movie and books? 
Visit the official website
Like The Croods on Facebook
Follow @DWAnimation on Twitter #TheCroods
Re-pin great DIY tutorials, printables & more from The Croods on Pinterest!

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