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If you are struggling with what to get a parent or grandparent for Christmas, you have to check out recordable story books.  I was introduced to these about a year ago, Hallmark sent me one to test last Christmas so I gave it to my Grandmother to record the The Story of Christmas for my girls.  It was something that she had to have a little help with since her fingers can’t unscrew the lock that goes over the record button, but in the end it was a gift for her and I. She was brought to tears at the idea of being able to forever read my kids a book, and I am still brought to tears every time I hear it (to confess I’m crying just as I type this).

I have no doubt that anyone in your life would have the same excitement as we did.

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Today we’re giving away 3 Recordable Storybooks from Hallmark so you can record the story that your child can keep for a lifetime.  This year Hallmark Recordable Storybooks not only record a reader’s voice directly into the book; they now feature music!  You can read or sing along with the holiday classics and share the story when you’re miles apart from your loved ones.  Another fun addition, you can get The Very First Christmas in Spanish with English subtitles.

Today we’re giving away three titles that I’m sure you’ll love.

The classisc A Charlie Brown Christmas

Read or sing along with Frosty the Snowman

The Very First Christmas tells the story of the true meaning of Christmas.

The Giveaway:

Hallmark is giving away one of these 3 books to 3 Southern Savers readers. (The books will be randomly assigned to the winners).

To Enter:

Leave a comment below telling me who you would have record the story on a Hallmark Recordable Storybook.

    Comments

    1. Leilapearcy says:

      My grandmother…for my children.

    2. Heather says:

      I would have my great grandmother and great grandfather record a book for my son. How awesome to have their voices forever!

    3. Georgia Mom says:

      I would record a story for my son, Steven, his is 19 months old and this will be his first christmas to kinda know what’s going on…)

    4. Catoejk says:

      I would have my boyfriend’s daughter read the story and give it to her daddy, he is having a very difficult time being away from her, every other weekend is just harder for some than others
       

    5. Mark267 says:

      I would have My Mom record it for my 2 boys .

    6. Jelairewomble says:

      I would have my mother record for her 42 gandkids she is a selfless mother of 10 and greandmother of 42 and greatgrandmother of 5 I  may have my mom  and dad do it together as they have done everything in live! love them!

    7. Monkzardo says:

      I would want my mom to read them for my daughter.

    8. rebecca meyers says:

      I would give one to my son for Christmas.

    9. ricecakes says:

      I would love to have my dad record a story for my kids!

    10. Carebear77 says:

      I lost my dad when my first child was 1 1/2 and I was expecting my second. I really wish they had these 16 years ago! I would have my mother record it. That way I will always be able to hear her voice and so will my children & grandchildren.

    11. Donnell_79 says:

      I would most definitely have my daughter record the story for her great-grandparents.  

    12. Emily Mays says:

      I would have my husband record a Hallmark Recordable Storybook for our daughter. He is going over seas next May to Bahrain, and I’d love to have him record a book in his voice so every night when she goes to bed she could hear him reading to her. She loves to read and I think it would be a perfect gift!

    13. Gamego71 says:

      My mother in law for my three year old son.

    14. Ansley says:

      The out of state great grandparents!

    15. Racheldahlen says:

      I would have my grandmother (great grand to my kids) read it to them!!

    16. Anonymous says:

      I would have my husband record the story… he does fabulous accents. Although I’m the one to usually read aloud, he is definitely more gifted than me!

    17. Stacy says:

      I would love for my grandfather to record a book for my children.

    18. Katebres says:

      These would be great for the grandparents that are sooo far away!!!

    19. Pamelasaves says:

      If I win a recordable storybook I will have my Mother record the book so she can give it to my 1 year old as a Christmas present. What a Wonderful memory she will have to treasure for her lifetime.

    20. BC says:

      What an awesome way to preserve those precious little voices that are grown before you know it!

    21. Leslie Schmidt says:

      Living 1300 miles from the nearest Grandparent, I’d definetly have my mom and my husband’s mom record stories for my three girls!

    22. Jeanneb1 says:

      I would love to be able to leave a lsting memory like this for my grandsons.  And the fact that  they looooove books would make it extra special.

    23. sroughton says:

      This would be a great grandma gift.  I would have her record the story

    24. Angie Cothran says:

      We have a new Grandbaby in our family and I would for my Mother-In-Law (her Great Grandmother who is 84) to read and record her voice so that she will always have it to listen to. I also am crying as I type this comment!

    25. Samwalker96 says:

      I would love to have a recordable book. My mother as ALS and I quickly losing her voice. It would be wonderful to have her voice not only recorded, but to hear her reading a story to my children…

      • Samwalker96 says:

        Wait..I meant to type that my mother HAS als and IS quickly losing her voice. Sorry!

    26. Ucmba97 says:

      I would have great grandma record a story for her great grandson.  We are blessed to have Great Grandma with us for this Christmas season.

    27. Mia Taylor says:

      I would have both of my son’s great grandmothers record a story.  They are very special women and I would want him to be able to hear thier voices years from now.  Thank you in advance,

    28. Ginger says:

      My mom.

    29. Allisonking77 says:

      My dad. I’ve been meaning to get one done for awhile.

    30. Debbie says:

      I would have my mother record a story!  She is 80 and I am not sure how much longer we will have her on this side of heaven.  What a blessing it would be to have her voice reading a book to my children and even grandchildren one day.

    31. Cyndi says:

      HI;  If I won the recordable storybook I would give it to my 4 year old grandson.  Thanks!

    32. Lisa Parnell says:

      I’d have my children’s Nana and Pawpaw read the storybook to them. They miss them very much.

    33. Andreanumber1 says:

      My father is deaf and he LOVES to read books to my 6 year old son (his only grandchild).  I would love Grandpa Johnny to read and record this book for my son!

    34. lisa says:

      My 8 year old daughter.  She would love it.

    35. lisa says:

      my mom

    36. Sarah K says:

      I would have my dad read it to my kids.  The idea of preserving that story forever is priceless!

    37. Julielynnescott says:

      my mamaw is dying of cancer and i know she won’t be here next Christmas. I would love to have her record the Very First Christmas Story. I hope I win!

    38. Chrisena96706 says:

      I would have my husband record a story book for our grandson! 

    39. Taravillano says:

      I wish they had these before my dad passed away so his five grandkids could have a piece of him. He never got to meet four of them. I would have my mom record the story for my kids. You can’t preserve a person, but theor voice is a precious memory . Tara

    40. Anonymous says:

      My parents to read to my kids

    41. Oli says:

      I will have my overseas grandma record the story for my boys

    42. Kathy says:

      my daughter

    43. Nicole B says:

      I would have my husband read a story for our daughter. He’s currently stationed in another state and we only see him on the weekends. 

    44. Erin says:

      I would have my husband and I rotate reading a page each for our son Brayden : )

    45. itsashlib says:

      I’d record the story with my mom & send to my niece that we only see once a year. She brings so much joy to us and we know she could keep it forever!

    46. Sewhartsc says:

      I have a great niece that lives in Indiana some 700 miles away. I have not been able to go see her and she has turned 2 yrs. old. As a great Aunt I would love to record one of these books and send it to her for Christmas. What a wonderful surprise that would be.

    47. Tara says:

      I’m not sure if my grandmother could read it now because of her health, but if she is able, I would love to have her read one!

    48. Ashlee Taylor says:

      I don’t have kids right now but I would definitely give this book to my niece. Her father is in the navy and he will be leaving for Afghanistan in late December. This would be great for her to be able to hear his voice while he is away. Phone calls are very limited for him so this would be very special for her! 

    49. 2littleboysmom says:

      I would have had my grandmother, but we lost her last month to Cancer. Now I would have my mother do it for my boys.

    50. 2littleboysmom says:

      I would have had my grandmother, but we lost her last month to Cancer. Now I would have my mother do it for my boys.

    51. Casey says:

      I would record one for my nephew, Eli, whom I read to before naptime during the week while his parents are at work.

    52. Casey says:

      I would record one for my nephew, Eli, whom I read to before naptime during the week while his parents are at work.

    53. Dlcrews says:

      I would have my mother read the story.  My father pasted away this year.  He was a pastor so we have some recording of him preach.  His passing has helped be realize how important it is to make memories.

    54. Dlcrews says:

      I would have my mother read the story.  My father pasted away this year.  He was a pastor so we have some recording of him preach.  His passing has helped be realize how important it is to make memories.

    55. Anonymous says:

      I’d have my grandmother record a book for my son, her first great grandchild :)

    56. kay pressley says:

      I would do a book for my grandson he loves to be read too.  Now he would be able to hear me no matter where he was.

    57. kay pressley says:

      I would do a book for my grandson he loves to be read too.  Now he would be able to hear me no matter where he was.

    58. Cherrycookin says:

      I would have my mother record the book and then give it to my children so they can always hear her voice whenever they want to!

    59. Sherylfindley says:

      My parents to read to my kiddos.

    60. Brittney says:

      I’d record it with my fiance for our son!

    61. Ygofreed says:

      I would have my father in law read the book to my boys.  Since my father died when I was very young.  My boys never got a chance to see or hear him.  I want to my children to forever remember their grand father’s voice

    62. Reemhann38 says:

      I would have my mother who survived a liver transplant record it to my 4 precious kids.

    63. Jimandrachael10 says:

      I would have my dad record it for my son.  He loves his pa-paw so much and is having double hip surgery soon. He would love to be able to have this at the hospital!

    64. my3sons says:

      I would love to have my little boy record one, he has just learned how to read!

    65. Stacymdavis says:

      I would have my daughter’s Nana and Papa read it to her:) :)

    66. MommyJess says:

      I would love to have my Mema record it for my children so she could read to them years after she is gone.

    67. Tiffanie A says:

      My husband would love recording this!

    68. Pam says:

      I would record for my 2 yr old grandson who does not get to see his Mimi very much. I can almost see his face light up at the sound of my voice.

    69. Girlie1258 says:

      I would love to do this for my grandaughter who was given up for adoption.  This could be something that she could keep forever with my voice.

    70. Stephiespencer says:

      I would have my grandparents record the book for 15 month old baby and my baby expected around Christmas. It would be their great grandparents and would be a very special keepsake.

    71. Stephiespencer says:

      I would have my grandparents record the book for 15 month old baby and my baby expected around Christmas. It would be their great grandparents and would be a very special keepsake.

    72. Erin says:

      I would have my grandma, the only living grandparent on either side of the family, record the story.

    73. Leanna says:

      My mom and dad would love to record this for my little niece (first grandchild!).  :)

    74. ireace says:

      my two kids…at such a young age,they love and value books a lot.

    75. MichelleOU says:

      My mother (aka Grammy) would love to record a story for her granddaughter : )

    76. Anonymous says:

      I would have my grandparents record the story so my daughter could have a story read to her from her great-grandparents.

    77. Sharietilford says:

      I would love to record a story for my little boy, he is 21 months old and he loves to flip through his books! I think he would enjoy being able to hear familiar voices while flipping through the pages :)

    78. Samantha says:

      I have have daughters great grandmother record the story for her.  It would be a treasured item for her. 

    79. Melanierunge says:

      My daughters.  and then we can send it to family

    80. Lisa W. says:

      I would love to have my mother record one for my niece!  She loves to hear her grandmother read to her, but she lives 3000 miles away.  It would make a wonderful Christmas gift!

    81. Julie says:

      I would have my father-in-law record the story as he is very close to my boys and spends a ton of time with them. They would appreciate it for years to come.

    82. Melissa M says:

      I would have my mother record a book for my kids.  She lives 1,000 miles away and we don’t get to see her much.  I wish I had one from my grandmother but since it’s too late for that now, I would love to have one from my mom to preserve her story telling for as long as possible.  Thanks for the opportunity to win!  This is a great give away!

    83. babyonway says:

      I would have my mom record a story for my toddler.  I moved out of state when I got married and wish my mom could have more involvement with my son.  He loves reading and I know he would be thrilled to have a book that she could read to him.

    84. Angelandclh says:

      I would have my mom record a book for her grandchildren

    85. Rachaelhaden says:

      I would have my husband read it for our son.

    86. Crissy says:

      I am planning on buying the books this year.  We are in the military and move a lot.  We currently live in SC away from both grandmas.  I plan on having each Grandma read a story to my children so that they can always read a book with grandma whenever they want, no matter where we are.

    87. Dawn says:

      My husband and I would do a page each for our two kids.

    88. Jennie says:

      My mother-in-law died prematurely this year. I’d love to have my father-in-law record this for my kids.

    89. SM says:

      Even though I am in my 20s, I would record the story for my boyfriend. He is leaving soon to continue mission work in Africa, and I would love to send something like this back with him so we would only be a Storybook away!

    90. Rerdmann2 says:

      I would ask my mother in law to record it for my girls. My girls love her very much and it would be a special treasure. My mother in law is a sweet beautiful person inside and out. Besides my husband she is my best friend.

    91. Michelle says:

      I would record it for my kids….

    92. Skmogran says:

      I would have my oldest son, who will be going to college in August, to record the story to give to his 5 younger siblings(aged 12,9,4, an two 1year olds) so that he will always be apart of their Christmases.

    93. Cheri Passey says:

      I would love to have my dad read one for his great grandchildren. He is a war vet who is unable to travel to see them because of a disease that has left him in a wheelchair. His voice reading to them would make him more a part of their lives!

    94. Anonymous says:

      I would have my childrens great grandmother record it. It would be like three presents in one. My children, me and my grandmother would get joy out of this

    95. Hunsingerm says:

      This is an easy question to answer. I would have my husband record the story. He is currently scheduled to deploy overseas next year and will miss the holiday season with us. Having him record this book for my children to hear his voice would be awesome!

    96. Jaaspertay says:

      I would have my father record it and give to my youngest son. They live 6 hours awsy now, and my 2 year old always goes to the garage and asks whens papa comin? This way he could hear him always read the book to him

    97. Saveusgreen says:

      I would have my mom record this because she is getting up in age and I haven’t had a child yet.  So regardless of what path God leads us down, I would love to have my future child be able to hear my mom’s wonderful and passionate voice.

    98. CJ says:

      I think I would have my 11 year old daughter record for my toddler….Think they would both enjoy!

    99. Kerri L says:

      Ohhh, I keep looking at these wanting one, especially the one of Christ’s birth.  I would have my dad and mom, who live out of state, record it so my 4 kids can hear them each night.   After all, family is what Christmas is about!

    100. Sunny says:

      I would love my son and daughter to record a book so that in the future they can look back and see how they sounded when the first learned how to read a book. It will be a momento for them.

    101. Guest says:

      I have a close friend that lives over 1000 miles away from his grandkids and I would have him record one so his granddaughers could hear his voice more often.

    102. Dixiez718 says:

      Wow-I have no doubt who I would have record this (and I almost started crying as I read this post just thinking about how special it would be!).  My husband’s grandmother is almost 98 years old and is as sharp as a tack even though her health is slowly deteriorating.  Her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren adore her and this would be such a cherished gift!

    103. Mrmrjbenauto says:

      I would have my dad read to his grandchildren. He lives in another country and they only see him once a year.

    104. Penny says:

      I would love to get one of the books and have my 12 year old step daughter read the story for her 17 month old sister.  My step daughter comes every other weekend and her little sister is her biggest fan.  It would be nice to have her voice recorded in a book so that her little sister could hear it every night.

    105. Marilyn K. says:

      I would have my parents record the book for my children ages 4 and 1 1/2! We are getting ready to move overseas as missionaries to the country of Palau (500 miles southeast of the Philippines) and I would love for my kids to still be able to hear their grandparents voices even though we will be thousands of miles apart. Also, in this island internet/phone services are rarely available so this would be GREAT!!! I want my children to grow up having their grandparents as part of their lives as much as possible even through the distance.

    106. Stephanie says:

      I would have my in laws record it for my three children…as they live several states away….always nice to hear their voice as they are not with us daily.

    107. Lkjowers says:

      I would’ve loved to have my dad read it before he passed away a few months ago. The next best person would be my mom :)

    108. Kirsten Lambert says:

      I would have my mother / my kids nana record the story for my kids. She used to babysit them and read them stories. Now she lives 675 miles away and we don’t get to see her but once a year when we are lucky :(

    109. a.connor says:

      My mother and father in law are in their mid 70’s and are the most involved grandparents I have ever known. My eleven year old son was kept by them until entering school whenever I had to be at work. There has never been an illness, school function, or celebration that they have missed. My son prays very often that God will allow them to live a long healthy life (and my husband and I do the same) I know my son’s children will probably never know them, so recording them reading would be as much for my son’s children as for my son, since they have helped in so many ways shape the young man he is becoming.

    110. Jhi says:

      Definitely my mother as she has Alzheimer’s. She was a teacher and was a wonderful storyteller! It would be something for my children to cherish- a little piece of their grandmother.

    111. Tonya says:

      I would love to send one to my Godchildren who live 6 hours away from me in GA or to my nephew that I only get to see once a month.

      Pick Me! lol

      Tonya Henderson

    112. Lydia says:

      Hands down,,,,I would have my mom record a Hallmark storybook…She read to me and I’d love for her to always be able to read to my kids as well.

    113. Kkrystal says:

      Me and my mother are going to record it for my nephew!! :)

    114. Bjones says:

      I would record it for my cousin’s daughter!

    115. ADW says:

      I would record my voice and send it to my niece. I just moved thousands of miles away, and it’d be so special.

    116. Theaikenparrs says:

      I would have my husband’s 96 year old grandma (great grammy to our three little ones) record. She was a reading teacher and her health has only recently begun to fail. We are going to travel 1000 miles in a few weeks to see her…..and it would be wonderful to have a lasting voice recording of her to share with our sons for years to come.  

    117. Cheri Etheridge says:

      I would have my son, 6, read it for his grandparents.

    118. Pchefmartha says:

      I would have my daughter and I record it and then donate it!

    119. Dblairj says:

      I already have Frosty the Snowman and have thoroughly enjoyed it!  If I was lucky enough to win one these recordable books, I would give it to the family we are sponsoring this year for Christmas.  For the past 2 years my daughter who is now 18 has not wanted any Christmas gifts for herself but wanted to sponsor a family that really needs help.  If that don’t touch your heart I don’t know what will!

    120. Savyredhead says:

      I would love to record myself reading to my sweet baby girl so that she can always have me read to her. 

    121. Ashleycupons says:

      I would have my little boy record a story for his great grandmother who is sick so that she could hear his voice whenever she wanted!

    122. Ashleigh says:

      I would give it to my grandmother so that she could record the story for all of her grandkids. I think it would mean a lot because I have some very young cousins and my grandmother is not in the best health. 

    123. Cfoster1212 says:

      I would give to my mom to record for her two grandsons. I have fond memories of her telling me stories and I want the same for my boys.

    124. Sue says:

      I would record it for my grandchildren!

    125. Sue says:

      I would record it for my grandchildren!

    126. Sue says:

      I would record it for my grandchildren!

    127. Ke32201 says:

      I would have my mother in law record it for my daugher.  It would be very special to have her forever be reading to us.

    128. Ke32201 says:

      I would have my mother in law record it for my daugher.  It would be very special to have her forever be reading to us.

    129. Shultz1a1 says:

      I would mail to my 85 year old mother in Maryland, have her record and mail back to her great grandchildren in Tennessee!!!

    130. Shultz1a1 says:

      I would mail to my 85 year old mother in Maryland, have her record and mail back to her great grandchildren in Tennessee!!!

    131. Majones2412 says:

      I would have my grandmother, my son’s great grandmother, record a story for him.

    132. Majones2412 says:

      I would have my grandmother, my son’s great grandmother, record a story for him.

    133. nina says:

      I would have my husband record it for our granddaughter, she lives 12hr away from us, and she likes to hear her granddaddy’s voice.

    134. AnointedSaver says:

      My mom! She’s an educator and has always stressed literacy. I want her voice to be heard for generations to come!

    135. Jamie says:

      I would have my sweet nephew you read the story.

    136. Jamie says:

      I would have my sweet nephew you read the story.

    137. Tlayette says:

      I would have my grandma who is 84 record it for my 16 mo son – we live 1,000 miles away from her and would love for him to hear her voice all the time since we can’t always be there with her!

    138. Pamela Ivey says:

      Wow, after reading others comments, the great grandparent would be great! But she’s in michigan. I would probably record  the story with my husband. -johnsonpamela_3@hotmail.com

    139. Hmwill says:

      I would love my daughter to record the story.  She is 7 and it would end up being
      a keepsake of when she was learning to read.  What a great idea Hallmark.  I have never heard of these before.  Thanks Jenny for a great giveaway.

    140. Aimee McPherson says:

      I would have my Momma read it for my little ones. Sadly we learned the hard way, when my Dad passed away, that people we love can be taken from us too quickly..

    141. SweetandSalty says:

      The sweet southern sound of my Granny’s voice was always a delight growing up, especially when she was reading to me.  As tradition goes, my whole family stayed at her house on Christmas Eve night.  She always read a story to me before bed.  Now I have a son. My sweet Granny is now a Great Granny.  I’d love for her to start that same tradition with him.  With a recordable storybook, he would be able to love that sweet southern drawl for the rest of his life!

    142. Dawn says:

      I’d record it for my granddaughter in my own voice. I used to read to my kids every night and really enjoyed it.

    143. ETMT1026 says:

      I WOULD HAVE MY NEPHEW READ IT SO THAT WE COULD SEND IT TO HIS DAD, MY BROTHER, WHO IS IN THE MILITARY

    144. J F K says:

      My husband to our two grandsons

    145. Lbb says:

      My father-in-law with his thick Louisiana accent!

    146. boromom says:

      I would have my grandmother record it for my children (her great grandchildren) as she is close to leaving this world and it would be wonderful for my kids to grow up hearing her voice!

    147. Jenn Marie Earle says:

      I have my parents record themselves reading them to my little girl. Since they live 10 hours away she never gets to see them much. 

    148. Wlshipley says:

      I would have my eighty two year old mother record it for the whole family to share. Her strong feelings would be expressed to all the grandchildren.

    149. Kmadonna says:

      My husband & I to our 3 grandchildren. My son in law is a pastor & God has called him to leave Atlanta & plant a church in Chicago where an evangelical witness is greatly needed. My daughter & 3 grandkids will be leaving with him early in 2012. My heart is breaking but rejoicing with them. I saw these books at CVS & thought about purchasing one for them from Nonni & Papi but both my husband & I lost our jobs earlier this year… So funds are tight trying to catch up since my husband found work but I could only find a part time temp position.

    150. Tssegard says:

      I would have my mother in law record it for my kids. We live in N.C. And they live in Texas so we do not see each other often. 

    151. jbwfarr says:

      I would have my 7 yo niece record it for my mother (her grandmother).  My mother has been through a hard time this year, leaving an abusive relationship, moving to a new town, and starting over after 34 yrs of marriage.  The thing my mother misses the most is my niece whom she feels she left behind.  I think hearing her voice whenever she wanted would make her first Christmas in her new life a little bit easier.

    152. Emilysmom32 says:

      I would have my little girl record a story for her grandparents. 

    153. Purdy says:

      I would love to have my baby’s only living great-grandmother, who learned to read herself as an adult, record a story for her to keep and treasure.  What a gift!

    154. Lmoreschi says:

      My grandmother – a theatrical reader – would have great fun recording this for her three great grand-daughters!

    155. Carol says:

      I would record the book for my little grandson who lives in Florida.

    156. Sweeterpear says:

      I would have my grandmother who lives far away record the story for my younger children to hear and remember her by. She isn’t in perfect health and they may not get the chance to remember her in person but this would be a keepsake for the kids and myself.

    157. Jenny Massey says:

      I would have my daughter read one and send it to my husband is currently in Afghanistan and won’t be home for the Holidays this year.

    158. Cct4wjt says:

      grandma and grandad of course!  Having lost my mother, my husband’s mother is the only grandma my kids have.  Id give anything to have a recording of my mom reading to the kids

    159. Ashley says:

      I would have my grandmother read it.

    160. Anonymous says:

      ..Amazing…

    161. Tristanlove01 says:

      I would get my mom to read the book.  We live away from family and lately my 5 year old son isn’t doing too well with it.  I would like for him to be able to have mamaw read him a story.

    162. Emily says:

      My parents just told me this weekend that my grandmother may not make it until Christmas.  I would LOVE to have her read this to my daughter.  Since she lives in Ohio we dont see her much, but I am glad at least she got to meet her granddaughter:)

    163. Tericrusa says:

      I would love to record and send one of these storybooks to our grandkids who are miles away!

    164. Kelleyharold says:

      That would be a hard choice because my girls are extremely lucky to still have all 4 grandparents.  It would probably be my own mother because she spends more time with them than any of the other grandparents and they have a special bond with her.  Then, I’d probably have to buy more recordable books and let the other 3 read, too.  :-)

    165. Jwierzbic says:

      My visually impaired (blind) husband has wanted to try one as a way to “read” to our son.  :)

    166. MDodson86 says:

      My Great Grandmother would be perfect. I would have her record it for my son, her great great grandchild. She has the sweetest voice.

    167. Blair Crocker says:

      When I was growing up my dad was in the Navy so he recorded a tape of him reading and playing the piano for my sisters and I to enjoy while he was deployed.  I would like for him to record the Frosty Story for my kids so they can have that same joy of hearing him read and sing to them forever.  

    168. Blair Crocker says:

      When I was growing up my dad was in the Navy so he recorded a tape of him reading and playing the piano for my sisters and I to enjoy while he was deployed.  I would like for him to record the Frosty Story for my kids so they can have that same joy of hearing him read and sing to them forever.  

    169. Dwatts says:

      I would have my 84 year old mother who has Alzheimers record it for her great grandaughter (actually for all of us to have a recording of her voice) before she gets any sicker with this terrible disease.  These books are great!  I bought one for my grandaughter about the night she was born and she loves it! 

    170. Criezinger says:

      I have wanted one of these for years, my grandmother is getting older and older and I’d love for her to do this before she dies.  It would be a gift to me, my kids, and the entire family.  I LOVE these books and the idea of this is priceless! 
      Please pick me! 

    171. Debbijfr says:

      I would record a story for my kids that live with their Mom.  I don’t get to see them much but would love to read a bedtime story to them.

    172. Debbijfr says:

      I would record a story for my kids that live with their Mom.  I don’t get to see them much but would love to read a bedtime story to them.

    173. Debbijfr says:

      I would record a story for my kids that live with their Mom.  I don’t get to see them much but would love to read a bedtime story to them.

    174. Debbijfr says:

      I would record a story for my kids that live with their Mom.  I don’t get to see them much but would love to read a bedtime story to them.

    175. Dedwards says:

      I would have my kids record the stories so I would have their little voices for ever.

    176. Dedwards says:

      I would have my kids record the stories so I would have their little voices for ever.

    177. Dedwards says:

      I would have my kids record the stories so I would have their little voices for ever.

    178. Kristin says:

      I would record this book for my 2 year old son.  We sit down and read everynight before he goes to bed. :-)

    179. Kristin says:

      I would record this book for my 2 year old son.  We sit down and read everynight before he goes to bed. :-)

    180. Kristin says:

      I would record this book for my 2 year old son.  We sit down and read everynight before he goes to bed. :-)

    181. April says:

      I would like to have my mother record one for her great grandchildren.  I think this is a great idea and she would love reading it.

    182. April says:

      I would like to have my mother record one for her great grandchildren.  I think this is a great idea and she would love reading it.

    183. Megngeorge says:

      I would love to have one of these books recorded by my daughter telling me the story!   She recieved a recordable book a while back recorded by her grandmother and she loved it.   I woudl love to hear her young voice later when she is all grown!

    184. Kahinton says:

      I would love to have my grandfather record one, but sadly it is too late for that. My dad is an awesome narrator though, and I know y son would enjoy hearing his Grandpa read him Frosty the Snowman!

    185. Rosinandtim94 says:

      My husband and I would record it for our two granddaughters.  We take turns reading everyday to them.

    186. Rachelchampion says:

      My grandma (Ginger) some of my favorite memories are of her singing and reading me, my brothers and cousin stories! She always said we are makin memories and she was right! She isn’t in the best shape so I would love to have a storybook with her, to pass to my lil girl so she will be able to remember her like I do!

    187. Zstankard says:

      Every year I try to tell my nieces and nephews the true meaning of Christmas, so I would record my voice on the story book and send it to my 4 nieces and nephews. I have not been able to spend Christmas with them for the past 2 years (and again this year) so this would be a great gift ;)

    188. Ktkeve says:

      My daughter LOVES to read, and asks her mother and I repetedly to read to her. The thought of having a book, recorded in my voice, that she can read by herself, is very exciting.

    189. Diane says:

      I would send it to my Mom who is 82 to record for my granddaughter her great granddaughter.  We live in Atlanta but she lives in Florida.  I can already see Kaleigh’s eyes light up hearing Great Granmas’s voice reading to her.

    190. Devin says:

      My daughter has a few of these from her grandparents and LOVES them, so I would record one from me and my husband for her to add to the collection – Frosty, please!

    191. Asavingfraley says:

      I would send it to our friend’s family in Ohio. Our friends are here in NC with a 20 month & 1 month old. It would be lovely if the whole family could particpate in the recording. My husband made the animal sounds in the background of The Very First Christmas when we recorded it for our neice in KY last year.

    192. Shondaboutin says:

      I would love to have one of these for my husband to read to my daughter. Being military he is away so often and will be leaving us soon for a year, I think it would be great for my daughter to be able to hear her Daddy read to her, though he is so far away.

    193. Alison says:

      I would have my mom and dad who live in California record them for my three year old, Jaden.  We live in Tennessee.  My mom is a one year breast cancer survivor, and my dad has serious health issues with his kidney’s (25% functional) and blood pressure issues.  Would love to have a keepsake for my little girl with their voices on it!

    194. Anonymous says:

      I would have my husband read to our daughters since he travels quite often.

    195. A_bernot says:

      My Grandmother is 92 this year and it would be so special to have her read to my children every Christmas.  We do not live close, so it would be so special for my children to get to know her better as our time is precious…

    196. Bethany says:

      My mom.  The first thing my kids do when they go to her house is grab a book for her to read to them.

    197. Arnettandcrystal says:

      It would be a tough call on who I’d pick. Probably one of my grandparents so that their great grandchildren would be able to hear their voices for years to come.

    198. Katie Osterritter says:

      I would record it for my niece & nephew in AZ!

    199. Rwhite3 says:

      I would have my husband read it so when he is out of time my daughter can still have her daddy story time.

    200. Johnnie says:

      I would have my girls read it for my Dad. My mother died two years ago and I think it would cheer him up this time of year.

    201. efarmer says:

      I live in SC and have a 10 month old. My parents live in VA. This will be her first Christmas and it is hard having Christmas without them being here with her. I would give it to them so they could record their voices, so my little girl would know who her Nanna and Pop pop is.

    202. Heather says:

      I would have my husband record the story for our three children.

    203. Sarawawro says:

       My 1st born son is due in 2 weeks.I would love my husband to record it so that way when his dad is on deployments with the Navy, he can still have a piece of him for the holidays.

    204. Megco320 says:

      I would have my Grandmother record the story for my nephew. 

    205. A Rog says:

      My grandpa!

    206. Kristin Wilkerson says:

      My husband’s grandmother lives next door.  She loves to read to the girls, but as she gets older it’s harder for her.  She is 86 now, and having a really hard time.  I would love to have her record a story, so my girls would have it forever.

    207. Srichardson15 says:

      I pray the Lord will bless whoever gets these books!

    208. Sunningmyself2 says:

      I would record The Very First Christmas for our 10 year old daughter.

    209. Supermomof2wifeof1 says:

      Definitely my grandmother to my children.  After the loss of my grandfather 2 years ago we try and use every opportunity to make memories. 

    210. valerie says:

      I would record the very first Christmas for my twin boys who are only 3. After being diagnosed with breast cancer, I don’t want to chance not making memories for them.

    211. Tonyasgems says:

      i WOULD HAVE MY GRANDPARENTS READ IT. THEY ARE SO GREAT WITH THE KIDS AND MY HUSBAND AND I HAD A SON WHO WAS STILLBORN LAST YEAR. THEY WERE SO EXCITED FOR US TO HAVE A CHILD.WE ARE TRYING AGAIN AND IT WOULD BE A WONDERFUL GIFT TO TELL THEM ABOUT OUR NEXT MIRACLE WHEN ITS TIME TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE EXPECTING AGAIN.PLEASE  PRAY WE CONCEIVE SOON. WE ARE GOING THROUGH FERTILITY TREATMENTS AGAIN IN A FEW MONTHS.

    212. Sheila Rae R says:

      I would have my mother record the story for my son.

    213. Jennifer says:

      I’m expecting our first baby in February and I’d have his great-grandmother read The Very First Christmas to him so she’ll always be in his life!

    214. Smoochy_one says:

      I would get my MIL to read the book for the kids.  Since she is in TX & we’re in GA, we only get to see her once a year.  It would be a wonderful thing for the kids to be able to hear Maw Maw anytime they wanted to!

    215. Sarah J says:

      I would have my Grandma, who lives 13 hours away, read one for my kids!

    216. Jaymee024 says:

      i would let my little girl record the story so i could have her cute little voice forever!

    217. Bgturner70 says:

      I would have my son’s 80 year old Great Great Aunt read it.  Since he has been born he is the highlight of her life, and she is always telling him how she wishes she could be around to see him do this and that.  I want him to be able to have a piece of her forever.

    218. Tbarzi says:

      I would have my grandma record it for me!!!

    219. TabithaIlges says:

      I think I would like to record one for my three girls who are all just recently or currently learning to read or getting ready to.  They are pre-k, 1st and 2nd grade so I think it would be great for them.  Besides, teaching them what Christmas is all about is PRICELESS!!

    220. TabithaIlges says:

      I think I would like to record one for my three girls who are all just recently or currently learning to read or getting ready to.  They are pre-k, 1st and 2nd grade so I think it would be great for them.  Besides, teaching them what Christmas is all about is PRICELESS!!

    221. Aprilmh1628 says:

      Would get one for my sister who is expecting in April 2012.

    222. Taylor Phillips says:

      I would have my mom record it for my son… she hates living so far away from us and this would bring her closer!

    223. Kl2629 says:

      I would have my niece read the story.  Her two little boys live in Iowa with their dad and she lives in Florida.  She will not get to be with them this Christmas morning as it is their dad’s turn to have them on Christmas.   Since she won’t be with them, I think it would be wonderful for them to hear her read to them on Christmas.

    224. Mydeere5 says:

      My mother has been bed or wheelchair bound for most of my children’s young lives. The one thing she is most able to do with them is read. They absolutely love to read with her and have gained an immense love for reading from her. I can’t count the number of books they’ve memorized with her! The kids are now 3,6 and 9. I can’t imagine what an incredible gift this would be for us all, especially my mom, to know that she could forever read to the children.

    225. Joeandmel says:

      I would have my Mother record a story for my son. She is the only grandparent he has left and it would be something he could listen to for the rest of his life.

    226. Bethany says:

      My parents for my children.  My parents recently moved to Bolivia to do missions work, the kids miss hearing their voices regularly, this would be great to help close the gap the miles make.

    227. Bethany says:

      My parents for my children.  My parents recently moved to Bolivia to do missions work, the kids miss hearing their voices regularly, this would be great to help close the gap the miles make.

    228. Anonymous says:

      Definitely my twin daughters

    229. Lana Parker says:

      Hi!  I would love to be considered for one of the recordable books from Hallmark!  I would have MY mother record one for my 10 year old and 7 year old.  Their OTHER grandmother passed away last year and so I would love to have their remaining grandmother record her voice for them, for years to come!
      Thank you,
      Lana Parker
      flannel222@triad.rr.@triad:disqus com

    230. Trina says:

      My kids for themselves to keep as they grow up and then have kids of their own- kid to kid- reading a story.

    231. OCD mom says:

      I would have to confess that I, myself, would have to record the story for my kids.  I recently gave birth to my second child and almost died during the process.  I have read a book  to my oldest child every night since I was 11 weeks pregnant with her and I cannot bear the thought of not being able to read to her every night before bed.

    232. Beth says:

      I would have my grandmother record a story for my children.  She’s 80 years old and I can’t image my life without her.  I’d love to have one for my children and myself to always remember her!!

    233. Holdensarahe says:

      I would have my husband record a story so our son can hear his voice while my husband is away for work.

    234. Marcie says:

      I would love for my son to record this for me!

    235. Coupons4roses says:

      I would have my mother-in-law record it as she is almost 8 hours away from my kids.  They would LOVE to listen to her read to them each night!

    236. cammy says:

      We live in Tennessee and I’ve lived in the US for the last 14 years, my family lives back in Romania and I have tried to have them come and visit to see our 4 wonderful children. Unfortunately, they cannot get a visa , its very hard to qualify for one sort of say, there is no rule…anyway I would love to record our Christmas here and sent it to them ! Merry Christmas to all ! 

    237. gin says:

      This would be perfect for my 2 yr old nephew we only see once a year!

    238. LCase says:

      My children only get to see their grandparents about once a year. A recordable book would be a nice way to feel connected.

    239. Jenniferlee_12 says:

      I would have my sister-in-law & her husband record one for their two boys that are going to be staying with us for the year that they will be deployed.

    240. Godsgr82us says:

      My grandchildren live about 14 hours away from the rest of their family i would like to give the book to my mom to read to her great granchildren. She read to me and to their mom when we were little and she is 80 this year. I would love for them to have a recording of their great grandmother.

    241. M says:

      I’d ask my nana to record it for my kids

    242. Jamie says:

      I would have my husband, who is in the military, read one of these books so our 3 children could enjoy his voice anytime they wanted to (and me too!).

    243. Courtneytwest says:

      I would have my mom (DD to my son) record is for my 22 month old son.  

    244. MudMom says:

      My Grandmother who is getting sicker by the day with a mind that is slowly slipping away. I would LOVE to have her record my kids a book, so that my children could remember her “good” mind and have a priceless gift.

    245. Carol_thompson says:

      I would like my Dad and Step mom to record A Charlie Brown Christmas for my daughter Savannah who is only 2 years old. She only gets to see my dad once a year because he lives in Scotland. My mom, her Angel Grandma, passed away years before she was born and other then pictures she will not know her. I would love to have Savannah’s Pa Pa and Grandma Wilma’s voices recorded so she will hear them as much as she wants and have those precious memories.

    246. Brienne says:

      I would record it for my 2 boys. It will be my youngest boy’s first Christmas, and I think it would be awesome to record very first Christmas!!! Thanks!!

    247. Linda says:

      To my nephews who live 3 hours away so that they could hear Aunt Nana’s voice whenever they wish.

    248. Nithu says:

      I would have my son who is 3 record this and send it to my parents who live out of the united states!! Hope I win :-)

    249. Gretchen says:

      I would have my husband, an active duty Marine, read the story for our boys.  I think it would really help them, especially my youngest, when he is deployed and missing Christmas.

    250. Hollyrhudy says:

      I would have my dad record the book for my son.  I have always been extremely close to my parents.  Three years ago, my mother passed away from lung cancer.  I was absolutely crushed. Then when I had my son six months ago I would have given anything if my mother could have been there.  Now that I have only one parent I want to cherish every moment that my dad has with my son.  Having the recordable book, would be an irreplaceable gift for my son.

    251. Anonymous says:

      I would have my 3yr old son read this and send it to my husband’s parents in California.

    252. Becky Davis says:

      My grandmother was the best story-teller ever yet is in very poor health. How I would love to have her voice in one of these books! Because of this, I would have my mom read to my children, so they will always have her voice with them; I know how special in the yrs. to come that this would be.

    253. Shelleyschu says:

      We would have my 7-year-old daughter Miranda record this for her grandparents.  My mom and Dad live in D.C. area, and her Grandmamma lives in Lexington, KY. We’d also have her record one for Grandpa Callico in KY too.  This would be a special Christmas present for them to hold onto as she gets older! 

    254. Dmh3rd says:

      I would love to have this to give to my parents to record for my 4 yr old son.   They gave us one last year and it was one of his favorite gifts.  

    255. lshogan says:

      My girls are so lucky because they have 3 great grandmothers still living.  It would be hard to choose but I would love to have their voices reading to my girls to cherish for years to come.

    256. Writeapril says:

      my kids’ papa, who is fighting parkinsons and cancer

    257. Laura Rada says:

      I would like my Granny to record it for my future children;) She is SO SPECIAL and I would love to be able to share that with them one day!

    258. Jess says:

      I would love for my mother to record one for my son.  

    259. Spence0258 says:

      I would have my mother record the book for my boys.  She is the only grandparent my boys have left (Jenny, I am crying, too, as I type this).  They don’t really have memories of the other grandparents, so I would like them to have lasting memories of her.

    260. cara says:

      My mom :)

    261. Carolyn says:

      Our favorite story telling uncle Big Al!

    262. BuzzBuzz says:

      I would have James Earl Jones record the story for my son.  There is no better voice than his.

    263. Isabelaarraes says:

      I would have my parents in law recording their voices to our future kids. My husband and I are trying to concive but we are not sure if one of the inlwas will be around due to sickness.Thank you and happy holidays.

    264. Lauramandrews says:

      I would have my son’s “D” (grandpa) record it for him. He is so great with stories and voices. My son’s nursery theme is Snoopy and the Charlie Brown book would be awesome!

    265. Marla says:

      I would LOVE to record my son’s great-grandmother reading a story to him since she lives 5 states away and can no longer travel!

    266. Awadhams says:

        I would have my nephew Nate read it that way he would have a frozen moment of time to when he still filled with wonder for these stories

    267. Susan says:

      My husbands grandmother.  She turns 88 on Dec. 6

    268. Crystalyoung1022 says:

      I would have each member of my family help record the book and we would send it to our little girl who is waiting for us in an orphanage in Hong Kong.

    269. Elenita says:

      I would have my nieces record it for their mom!?

    270. I would have my two Grandmothers record a story together-at both being 83 yrs old, it’d be nice to have that for my 1 yr old daughter !

    271. Janell says:

      I would have my husband read the story since he is an active duty Marine and deploys alot. It would be great for him to be able to read our 3 boys a story even when he’s not home :)

    272. Megean Carter says:

      I would have my grandfather…he has an amazing deep voice!

    273. Cheryl says:

      I have been wanting to get one for my kids to read so that I can have as a keepsake.

    274. Shannon says:

      I would have my relatives out in California (I’m in New Jersey) read the story book. We never get to see them at Christmas and it would be so wonderful to make them a bigger part of our holiday traditions. 

    275. gail says:

      I would have my mom record a book.

    276. Quantumnarumi says:

      Each of my daughter’s grandparents!

    277. Awadhams says:

      hmm not sure if this posted  I would have my nephew Nate read it that way he would have a frozen moment of time to when he still filled with wonder for these stories

    278. Kristen S says:

      I would love to have my children’s grandparents record a story for them. They live on the other side of the country.

    279. We live in SC and my parents live in VA, the little ones don’t get to see their grandparents that often so I would love to win one and have my parents read the story for their grandchildren.  It would mean so much to all 4 of them. :)  

      Thank you for the giveaway

       

    280. Pdms3 says:

      My husband would read it so when he goes out of town my son still gets alone time with daddy.

    281. Cathypolk1 says:

      I would want my mom to record it for my three children! What a special gift!

    282. Jennifer Mosser says:

      I would record it with my husband for our twin nieces who live in Canada. They are one and love to hear our voices. 

    283. Ms Sensing says:

      I would love to have my grandmother record one for my children.

    284. Ms Sensing says:

      I would love to have my grandmother record one for my children.

    285. Tasha says:

      My husband and I would record the story.

    286. Amy Flatten says:

      My 5 year old son, my husband and I would love to win so we can record the story and send it to… my neice Miss Olivia, who was born on November 9th and, is the newest “reader” of our family.  Thanks for the opportunity!  Hallmark Recordable Storybooks are great!!

    287. Phyllis Godschall says:

      I would record one for my grandchildren for a keepsake!

    288. Marci Prater says:

      We have 2 adorable nieces who live in Florida! Missing them grow up is hard but with amazing technology such as this book. They can hear our family of 5 each read a portion of the book to them each night:) Love it! Pick me! Pick ME! I’m your biggest fan…..and appreciate you the most:) Ok, now I’m begging, lol
      Merry Christmas:)

    289. Kim Jacob says:

      I would love my son to record one for his brother and sisters, He went in the Army in May and this Christmas visit may be the last visit for a while, he is being deployed in March.

    290. Treena says:

      My husband’s father is now 82 and I would definitely have him make the recording. With his age we know that this would be a wonderful treasure for our 3 girls to have so they could forever hear him read the story to them. This is such a wonderful product and we would love to have it! Thanks Southern Savers!

    291. Hapibuny says:

      I would love one for myself, However, if I won it, I’d give it to my cousin.  Her father, a WWII vet is not in good health, he could record a story for his unborn greatgrand child.  I know that would be a blessing to them all.

    292. Sandy M says:

      I will record one for my grandson, he is so special to me and this gift would be perfect!

    293. michelle says:

      My grandmother.  We bought one of these recordable books that my five year old read to her (priceless) and I would love for her to record one to give the little one!

    294. Katie says:

      If I was fortunate enough to win, I would have my mom record
      her reading to her first grandchild who is now three months old. My mom lives
      far away from her grandson. While she may not be able to see him often, this
      would be a meaningful way to connect the two of them.

    295. Esrivers52 says:

      I would like to record a story for my daughter from me and her dad.

    296. Angie says:

      I would have my nephew in Alfganistan record them for his children.

    297. GrannyC says:

      I am granny to two wonderful 7 yr old twins girls that love to read. They “borrow” books from granny that belonged to their mom and uncle when they were children. I allow them to take so many home and return and exchange for more when they come to visit. They keep the books separate from their other books at home since they are special books.
      I recently found a “cassett tape” in some old tapes that has a story that MY MOM recorded, oh what a surprise, since mom passed 2yrs ago. The girls loved her so much. I am planning to have this tape copied for all her great grandkids and hopefully can find a copy of the book that she was reading from. It will be a surprise for my sisters and their grandchildren.
      I had just started researching Hallmark and thinking  how great it would be to record one for the twins too with my voice. Their mom is a single parent and we were told when she was a child that she would not be able to have children.  She was not trying but God so richly blessed all our family with not one but two!!!!! God is so good!!! They are our only grands and we have prayed for them before they arrived and we continue to pray that God’s hand be upon them all the days of their lives and that they serve him.
      You too have been a blessing to our family as you have been to MANY on this site that depend on you each week to meet our family needs through your help.
      Thanks.
      Granny C
      They live in VA and us in NC but we have always tried to be there on all the special times to teach the love of Christ and His goodness.

    298. Blara1981 says:

      I would like to give it to my special needs brother so he can record it for my son (his godson) :)

    299. Joy Schierer says:

      What a fantastic idea!  As I sit by mymother’s bedside here in MN as she lay dying, I wish I could have had these storybooks when my children were little so they would have her voice forever – for them and their children.  Now it is my turn to pass this on to my grandchildren.  Soooooo it would be me that would be recording the story for them and me! 
      Happy Holidays and a big “Thank you Hallmark!” for yet another “Memory Keepsake” 

    300. Amlapointe says:

      I would record one of these stories for my two children. I always remember my Dad reading to me as a child and this would be a really special way to allow their Grandfather read to them.

    301. Anonymous says:

      I am a grandmother and would love to record it for my only grandchild.  She gives a distance from me so I don’t get the opportunity to see her as often as I would like.  I have been wanting to get one of these for her.  Thank you.

    302. Shellypsu1 says:

      I would ask my hubby to record a book for our 2 year old son.  My wonderful husband reads to our little man every night before bed time.

    303. Dcountess says:

      my Grandma, she is the only Grandpartent I have left

    304. Christi Reaves says:

      My aunt Erika the twins great aunt!!

    305. Disshair says:

      I WOULD LOVE TO RECORD ONE FOR MY NEICE SHE LIVES IN ENGLAND AND I ONLY GET TO SEE HER ONCE A YEAR AND ON SKYPE SHE IS TWO YEARS OLD AND HAS DOWNS SYNDROME IT WOULD BE GREAT FOR HER TO HEAR AUNT DENISES VOICE MORE OFTEN

    306. Trippsavings says:

      I would have my father’s husband record the story for my two sons.  He was recently diagnosed with cancer and it would be special to have his voice recorded for them.

    307. Melinda says:

      I would have my son record a story for my cousin’s two year old daughter.  She is an adorable little girl and adores my son.  We don’t get to see her much, so I just know she would love a recordable book with his voice!

    308. Debi says:

      Would have my husband read it for our grandchildren.  I have purchased one in the past for our grandson, and gave to him for his 1st birthday.  These are such a blessing.

    309. Jaimie926 says:

      I would want my granny to be recorded.  It would be nice to for my son to hear his great grandmother’s voice read him a Christmas story year after year!  She lives in South Carolina and we live in Georgia, so this would keep her with us.  We would cherish it forever!

    310. Franknbetty says:

      I would record the story for our grandchildren that live in North Carolina.  They would delight to hear Grandma & Grandpa voices before they go to bed at night.   It would be great if I could get the Great Grandmother’s to also record a story.  That would be a very special gift since one of them is 92 & the other 87.  

    311. staci says:

      I would have my boys record a story for my parents that live in another state. They would LOVE it!

    312. Jennydeyarmond says:

      I would have my Dad record the story for my son.  He lives out of the country and never sees his Papa

    313. Vanasse2002 says:

      My 4 year old would record the story and we would send it to grandma and grandpa for christmas…they live far away and don’t get to see each other very often.

    314. Sstidham23 says:

      My grandmother. She is the only great mother left for my children and they adore her.  They call her Mamaw Candy cause she always has candy for them when they visit. She had a heart attack not too long ago and found that her heart might not last too much longer. We love her so much and would love to have her read a book to my kids and then to their kids. 

    315. Gingerbread301 says:

      I would have my mother n law in Montana read for my children, we never get to spend time together and it would be so sweet to have some memories of her voice. I wish I had thought to have done this my mother, but never thought she would die so young of colon cancer last august…….Susan Bryant

    316. Julie5210 says:

      I have a few grandparents still living who are able to do this and it would be precious. 

    317. Tmanhollan says:

      I would have my mother and father read one for my buys, what a great way to stay connected to family.

    318. Nikki :) says:

      My dad for sure! He is so animated and I would love to be able to hear that for years to come! So special!

    319. Mommyjw says:

      I would have my mom and dad record it for my sons. What a wonderful gift to bea able to hear a loved one’s voice for years to come!

    320. Jakeanddieselivie says:

      I would have my parents record The First Christmas for my little boys!;)

    321. Sheri Kern says:

      Would love to be the one to share the great story of  Jesus first birthday with my grandchildren, and for many years to come, they could pass it down and become a very meaningful tradition.

    322. Ashley says:

      I would have my parents record their voices so they could read to my daughter at night:)

    323. Mac0410 says:

      I would have my grandparents read to my son and baby on the way.  My grandparents are in their 90s and my children most likely not remember the sound of their voice.  

    324. Lbrown says:

      I am a grandmother of three and would love to record the story of The Very First Christmas for my grandchildren.
      Thank you.

    325. colleen says:

      I would have my Sammy read the story of Jesus to his grandmother, who had to move to a different state.  She would be so thrilled to be able to hear his voice anytime she got homesick.

    326. Wendylane85 says:

      My mom and daddy for my niece

    327. Jaime says:

      I’d have my parents record the book for my little girl.  She LOVES reading books with her GranT when she visits.

    328. Bradandmb says:

      I would love for my mom to read one of the books for my daughter!

    329. Crownchic says:

      Oh, gosh…I would try to get my Mother-in-law to record for my daughter who will be 1yr old Dec. 16. MIL recently fell and broke her leg on her way to our house the day after Thanksgiving! She has no mobility now since that was her good leg after her last stroke (she even has had cancer twice – breast and uterine) and I am afraid she might not be around long enough for my daughter to remember her one day. Something like this would make a great memory…if we help her to do it. She has arthritis in her hands and probably can’t work it herself. So sad.

    330. Kellyg_03 says:

      For us it would be my Mother who lives in NY so we don’t get to see her as much as we would like.  It is so hard for her to be so far away from her grandchildren.  She would love to have this. 

    331. Teresa says:

      I would give it to my mom so that she could record the story for her
      great grandson.

    332. Tpeters says:

      I had wanted to get a book so that my grandmother who is dying with cancer could record the story, but unfortunately she has now become unresponsive. So now I would love to get my father & mother to record a story, any of the three would be wonderful, but I especially love “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”

    333. Rhonique22 says:

      I would have my mother in law record The First Christams for my husband. He recently lost his dad in April so it makes memories like this one so much more important.

    334. DK says:

      My mother-in-law for my 2year old daughter. She lives in RI and us in NC so it would be a great gift for them both!

    335. DianaY19 says:

      I would love to have my Grandmother read the Very First Christmas book to my children.  She is the only grandparent between myself and my husband and they are her only Great-Grand Children.  She’ll be 80 this coming year and this would be a treasure for all of us.

    336. HannahA says:

      My husband and I would record one of these for our adorable twin nephews! 

    337. kewbrook says:

      I would record it for my first grandchild who lives in another state.  I don’t want him to forget me!

    338. Jennifer says:

      I would love to have my 90 year old grandparents record The Very First Christmas for my 3 year old son.  This would make a wonderful gift for anyone to give and receive.

    339. chrystal bachmann says:

      I would definitely have my grandmother record it for my two children!

    340. Sharon says:

      I would record for grandson

    341. Ashley says:

      I would give it to my 90 year old granny to make for my 2 year old niece so that she will always have something from her.

    342. Patricia G. says:

      I would have my Dad record for (my grandson)his great-grandson after losing my mom this year.We have to hold on to all memories we get for our little ones.

    343. Ambere says:

      I would love for my son’s great grandmother to read one for my son who is 2 years old.  She is 81 years old and it would be a precious keepsake for him.

    344. Sarah says:

      I would love to have my grandmother record one of these stories for her great-grandsons (ages 2 and 3).  She has only seen them a few times as we live across the country from her.  I know she would love to participate and enjoy being remembered by more than just pictures.

    345. Raven Wildharber says:

      My little niece. She would love this.

    346. Misosally says:

      I would love the Charlie Brown Christmas one.  My son looks exactly like Charlie Brown.

    347. Aprille says:

      I would have my mom record the story for my daughter, I would probably cherish it more than her for now :) 

    348. KelseyD.27 says:

      My grandmother whom lives in another state on the other side of the country. I lost my maternal grandmother to breast cancer at a young age so she is the only great grandmother my children have. I would love for her voice to be heard and remembered by my children for years to come.

    349. Rubbinisracin_3 says:

      If I was going to deploy this holiday season I would be the one to record it.

    350. Kristinacowart says:

      I would have my parents record it for my boys :)

    351. Trent says:

      I would have my wife and I record it for our grand-daughter Sarah.

    352. Brittany says:

      i babysit 2 lil boys and i would have their mother record so they could hear her voice while shes away

    353. Rspires says:

      My son, Andrew, will be turning 1 on December 29th!! This will be his first Christmas and my husband and I would love to have a recordable book for him to always remember his first Christmas by. What a great giveway and a big Thank you to Hallmark for doing it!

    354. Kellyg_03 says:

      Oh, actually we should get my girls great grandmother to record one because she is about 80 yrs old and the only living great grandparent. 

    355. janet says:

      My mom, she has heart trouble, and I have a two year old, I sometimes wonder if he will have any memories of her

    356. Steven says:

      I would record it for my niece, possibly let my fiance help me out too.

    357. Rachel says:

      my mother

    358. twinmommie says:

      I would love to have my 86 year old grandfather read the Very First Christmas to my twin boys.  We recently moved away and are not able to be with him this Christmas.  I remember as a little girl sitting on his knee and listening him read Luke chapter 2 every Christmas eve and then eventually me reciting it to him.  Just knowing his tradition could continue no matter where we are and when he goes Home brings tears of joy.

    359. Carla in PBG FL says:

      Grammie in Michigan for her boys in FL.

    360. Wanette says:

      I would have my mom record it for my grand-daughter. That way she can remember her voice after she is gone from this world.

    361. Lwatts17 says:

      I would have my husband record the story for our two nieces who live in a different state.

    362. jay says:

      i would love to have one for my mom…  she is very special to me

    363. Taclark97 says:

      I have done one of these for each of my grandchildren and would love to do another for the newest one!!!

    364. J_island78 says:

      We would send it to my brother for Christmas who is in the ARMY he is stationed in Afghanistan and misses his nieces dearly… I’m sure their little voices would make him smile!

    365. Sarahbeth1210 says:

      I would have my kiddos “adoptive” grandma and grandpa recorded the book.  They don’t get to see them very often, so this would be perfect for them.

    366. I would record the Charlie Brown Christmas storybook w/ my husband for our son. I think he would love to hear his Dad reading him a story on night’s he has to work and can’t be home for bedtime.

    367. Lnowlin says:

      My husband and I are pregnant with our first baby, and the first grandbaby of the family.  This would be such a special gift for the baby and for her grandparents!  I would have her grandparents read the story as they do not live in the same state to read to her in person. It will be such a great reminder of my childhood days of them reading to me! 

    368. Andrea says:

      I would have my daughter read it.  Then I would send the books to 2 of my nephews who live away from us.

    369. Fairyphotographer says:

      I would have my husband record it for our 2 daughters. He is stationed far away this Christmas and I know they would love to have Daddy read a story to them whenever they miss him!

    370. Michael says:

      I would have the grandparents read it together so my daughter can always hear grandma and papaw.

    371. Heazer says:

      I would have my four-year-old son read and record the book.  He’s an early reader, but still a little guy.  It would be a keepsake to pass along when he has children of his own.

    372. judy delcastillo says:

      I would love to send a storybook to my two granddaughters in Kansas that I don’t get to see!!

    373. stuart says:

      I would love to have my mother record a story for my five year old.  She lives in Va and we live here in Fl so it would so nice to have her ‘read’ to him more often.

    374. angela says:

      i’d record one for my daughter.

    375. Holly says:

      I would love for My Dad to record the Frosty the Snowman book for my boys! He is a spectacular story teller and always makes us smile with his enthusiasm and character voices. I would love to have a permanent record of that!!

    376. Lstewart71 says:

      I would have my mother read the story to my children since she can only visit us once in a while, as she is the primary care provider for my father who has MS.  It would be such a gift for our 3 kids to hear Grammy’s voice read to them!

    377. Mgoodin says:

      I would have my 4 year old daughter read a story to her grandparents… She loves these sooo much. And they are great to hear a couple years down the road!

    378. Dcclass says:

      I would have my husband and I both read to our 3 grandchildren who live far away.

    379. Nicholas334 says:

      My mother in law. SHe is getting on in years, and has been ill. It would be awesome that my kids and their kids and their kids would all be able to hear her voice.

    380. Stefanyg says:

      I would have my husband, the ultimate story teller, record this for our 2 and 3 year olds!  

    381. Qponmommaof1 says:

      Everytime I pass one of these books, I think to myself how wonderful it would be for my son to receive one of these from one of his grandparents. 

    382. Sonjaml_1999 says:

      I would have my 6 year old daughter record the story and send it to her grandparents that are over 800 miles away.

    383. Adele says:

      I would have my mom record her voice so my son and daughter could always hear their grandma reading to them.

    384. Nicolesweetnsassy says:

      My grandfather used to read to me all the time when I was a little girl, now I have a son of my own and I would have him record it because it would mean alot to my son and he is a great story teller. I think it would make a great a gift and hierloom.

    385. Queenofdrama21 says:

      I would have my bother in law record a story for my children.  My son loves his Uncle Orlando so much that he does not call him that. He (my son is almost 3) calls him daddy too.  Orlando is also in the military and stationed in Japan right now for three years.  My son is very upset he can not see him and he doesn’t even realize it will be three years before they are state side again.

    386. Susan says:

      My mom & dad

    387. liz says:

      I would have my in-laws record this book for my 2 children.This will be their 1st Christmas away from them.We moved 15 hours from home.They really miss their grandparents, so this would be wonderful.Thank you

    388. Yuliyaporter says:

      My mom lives in Ukraine, thousands  of  miles  away  and  my  kids  miss  her BIG  deal!!!  That  is  something  I  could  do  to  make  them  feel  a  little  bit  closer to her   :))  It’s  another  Christmas  without  her, but if  she  can’t  be  physically  present, at  least we will  be  able  to hear  her  voice!!

    389. Crruthven says:

      When my first grand child was born, my husband got one of these books to record.  At first he was nervous and re-did the recording several times until he got it “just right”.  The story talked about how much the child was loved.  I will never forget the first time our little Emma made the connection of the reader with her “Papa” as he read along with his recorded voice.  We live far away and can only visit 1 or 2 times a year but she can be reminded of how much her Papa loves her with the turn of a page.  Now we also buy one yearly for our second grandchild!  They are great gifts and real tearjerkers!!

    390. Meredith Hines says:

      This will be my ten month old sons first Christmas. I would love to use this book to have my parents record a story for him for his first Christmas. I know this would be something special that we would share forever. As I read your post it also brought years to my eyes as I thought about always having this for my son and remembering that it came from his first Christmas. 

    391. Couponsforkh says:

      I would have my parents record one for my sons. They love their Poppy and Gee more than anyone. _

    392. Kacie says:

      This is my 10 mth old daughter’s first Christmas.  I would have her grandparents read her the story.

    393. Ashleysharp says:

      I would record a book and send to my neice and nephew who I rarely get to see!

    394. Ash says:

      I would have my granddad read the story for my son and my baby due in May. He is such a great and inspiring force for my entire family.

    395. Boogirl7 says:

      would love one. I know my 16 month old would love it!

    396. Charlotte says:

      I would have my dad record the story for my two girls because he is so special to them, he’s their “Poppy.” As a former educator, he loves to make sure all of his grandkids are well taken care of. 

    397. Michele says:

      My great-grandmother – that would be neat to have a book that she is talking from.  We did this a few years ago with a tape recorded and one of the kids favorite books.  Fun!

    398. Taunya says:

      Taunya
       I would record for my Greatgrand children in Ohio who I love & miss dearly

    399. Cj Girton says:

      It would either be their Dad because his work schedule causes him to miss bedtime each night.  Or their Grandpa because he LOVES to read and it would mean a lot for him to share this with them.

    400. Sullivankris75 says:

      I would have my dad record the story for my boys

    401. Stephanie says:

      My 4 year old!

    402. Jessy1622 says:

      I would have my parents record it for my kids, they live only about 30m away but due to hectic schedules don’t get to see each other often enough.

    403. Jcamp1981 says:

      I would want my brother to record a story for his daughter. She recently moved to california (far away from him) and he misses her greatly. Their favorite thingvto do is come up with stories. It would be great for to her to have a story from him to listen to any time.

    404. Ndidlake says:

      WE LOVE the Very First Christmas book! I would have a grandparent record it for my children.

    405. Pam says:

      I would love to record my voice for my granddaughter. She lives a few states away and I only see her 2 or 3 times a year. She just turned five and she loves books. This would make a wonderful gift.

    406. RRBritt says:

      I would have my husband record the story on the Hallmark recordable book. I am a stay at home Mom so my girls get to spend a lot of time with me.  My husband works 10-12 hour days.  He spends  times with the girls in the evenings and any other free time, but this will help them during the day when the are missing their Dad–eee while reading which the LOVE.

    407. Chrissy @ ForMamas says:

      The moment I saw this post, I knew it was for me!!  My Hubbs & I get one of these every year {since they’ve come out} I love this idea!!! 

    408. Monika8382 says:

      My mom for my niece.

    409. Breich says:

      I would have my three year old record it.  Everything sounds cute from a 3 year old

    410. Nana and Pop says:

      My husband and I would record us reading a book to our grandson, Aiden, who lives in Texas.  (We are in Georgia) I love this idea!

    411. Megan D says:

      I’d have my mom record this for the grandkids.

    412. michelle says:

      OMGosh!  My daughter!  She is 6 and LOVES to read.  I would have her record it for her Noni (my mother).  My mom lives 800 miles away and they just truly love each other.  We wish she could live here with us! 

    413. Sweetk3346 says:

      I would have his grandparents record the book. It would be special to have, when we no longer have them.

    414. Sabevandagriff says:

      I would actually use this for me to record and read to my 3 year old nephew, whom lives in Virgina, He lives with his Grandmother because of my sisters Illness and I dont get to see him much, Just talk on the phone.

    415. Juliagoldieday says:

      I think it would be great to have my 7 year old record the story! Wonderful memory.

    416. Cathym says:

      We would record it for our two year old neice and include a picture so she will remember us the next time we are able to see her.

    417. Wanda says:

      I would have my children’s great grandparents both record the story of the book.  They are both getting older and their great grandfather is terminally ill with Parkinsons so this  year this would be the perfect gift.  

    418. Tiffleeann says:

      Both of my parents are deceased, but my mother’s father and father’s mother are still living and in their mid 80’s. So I would have one of them record the story for my two children. Just like you it would probably bring me to tears every time I hear it as well.

    419. Linda Muir says:

      I would have my sister record this for her young grandson!

    420. Linda Muir says:

      I would have my sister record this for her young grandson!

    421. Amhoward07 says:

      I would try to record my 2 yr old, he already recites the movie bc we watch it everyday morning till night and when its not playing he is like man man man …. Thats how he says snowman, LOL….

    422. NikaE says:

      It will be my nephew’s first Christmas, so this would be a great gift to give him since we live so far away!!

    423. Srhtabor says:

      My husbands grandma rosie. She lives in illinois and we try to visit 3 times a yr. We have an 8mth old that that would make an awesome gift for her in a couple yrs.

    424. Heidi w says:

      I would love to have my niece and nephew record it!  They are learning to read and that would be an awesome gift for their parents!

    425. Lori Lowman says:

      Would have kids read it for grandparents

    426. Sharon Nero says:

      I would use the book to record myself reading the book to my nephew who is like one of my own kids.  He is only 18 months old but will sit in my lap forever as long as we are reading and looking at books. That way, he will always have his aunt to read him a book even when I can’t be there.

    427. Nikki says:

      I would have my Dad (whose name happens to be Charlie Brown) record A Charlie Brown Christmas for my son’s first Christmas. :)

    428. Nikki says:

      I would have my Dad (whose name happens to be Charlie Brown) record A Charlie Brown Christmas for my son’s first Christmas. :)

    429. Pocohontaswhite says:

      I would have my mom record a story

    430. MPFAITH4HIM says:

      My grandmother is coming to spend Christmas with us this year. She lives in Texas and my kids only see her once every year or two. She is my favorite grandma and I would love for her voice to be recorded on a book for my kids to listen to everyday!

    431. Laura says:

      I would have my parents and in-laws record the story for my kids… they would love it!

    432. heather says:

      I would have my 91yr old grandma record a story for my 3 & 1 year old.

    433. mommy124 says:

      I would love to give one to my mother so she can record her voice for my 5-year old.  My 5-year old is in the process of learning how to read and loves her grandmother dearly.  My mom relocated to GA after Hurricane Katrina but once my dad restored our childhood house she moved back. 

    434. Lei says:

      I would definitely have one of my daughter’s great grandparents record the story. She has 7 living!

    435. Roland says:

      Last year we purchased and recorded “The Night Before Christmas” for our then 18-month old granddaughter.  Hopefully, she will come to treasure the book.

    436. Rebeccapitts24 says:

      I always wanted one of these books for my two nieces 3 and 4 years old. We live in florida and they live in Idaho. i want each one of my family members to read a page for them. This would be awesome Christmas present for them.

    437. Zelda08 says:

      I would have my husband, who is fantastic at story telling!

    438. Nikkipel says:

      My daddy.

    439. Southerngirl0028 says:

      After coming very close to losing my mother this year, I would have her record the story for my kids.  It would be a true treasure to have every year!

    440. Jwatts0209 says:

      I would love to record the story of the first Christmas for my 2 year old son. He would be so excited to have that to listen to and read a long with for years. :) 

    441. rachel b says:

      i would  love to have my mother in law record this for my 3 children, she loves to read to them but lives out of state so those memories are treasured!

    442. Jan says:

      I would have my mother record a story for my neice she is in poor health and I wish I would have known about these when her great grandparents were alove since she is the only grandchild in our family.

    443. We actually have The Very First Christmas for my daughter, recorded by my parents! She loves it, and I love having their voices reading the precious story of Jesus’ birth (the real reason for Christmas)!

    444. Lucky71122 says:

      I would have my eldest daughter record her reading it to give to my youngest daughter

    445. Samantha says:

      I was really young when both sets of great grandparents died and I wish I had something like this to remember them by. So I would have my grandparents record a story for him so I can help him hold on to memories of his great grandparents.

    446. Samantha says:

      I was really young when both sets of great grandparents died and I wish I had something like this to remember them by. So I would have my grandparents record a story for him so I can help him hold on to memories of his great grandparents.

    447. Smyle_alot says:

      I would give it to my husband to record something for our kiddos. They sure love their hero…Daddy!

    448. Smyle_alot says:

      I would give it to my husband to record something for our kiddos. They sure love their hero…Daddy!

    449. Mcollins5 says:

      I would have my mom record a story for my kids. 

    450. Julieboyes says:

      I would have my mom, grandmother (who is 87), and mother-in-law read the book (taking turns).  Our 2 year old would LOVE it – and we’re expecting our second daughter on Christmas Eve! :)

    451. Emily Prestridge says:

      I would have my kid’s Nana, my mother, read the story.  My kids are older, 12 and 14, but this will always be special to them.

    452. My parents live out of state and I am about to have my first baby.  My mom has been talking about getting one of these recordable story books for a while now so she can “read” to the baby every night and the baby will recognize her voice.  It would mean so much to her as she is really struggling with the fact that she is so far away from her first grandbaby!

    453. Mary Stanford says:

      I would love to have my mother and father record The Very First Christmas for my daughter’s first Christmas! That way she could listen to their voices even though they’re several hours away!

    454. Pollard1184 says:

      I would have my mom record the story to my son since we don’t get to see her much. This will be a lasting memory of her even though we don’t get to spend the holidays together.

    455. Mhandley says:

      I would send one to my two year old grandson that lives several states away. They will not make it home for Christmas this year. Which makes us sad. And he just loves to have someone read to him.

    456. Amy says:

      I would have both my grandparents, 89 and 84, record Frosty for the entire family. Throughout the years they have always celebrated the holidays with such enthusiasm. They love traditions and this would be a great way to carry on their Christmas cheer! Thanks and Merrrrrry Christmas.

    457. Lauren Leimone says:

      I would have me and my boyfriend record it for our niece who is 2. : )

    458. Rhondaa31 says:

      I would have my mom record to my daughter.  She lives about 2 hours away and we don’t get to visit as often as we’d like.

    459. Shannon says:

      I would have my mother-in-law record it for my kids–what a cherished gift for future generations!

    460. keilah says:

      I would have my mom record one for my son.

    461. Teamholder says:

      I would have my mother read it so my kids will always have her voice!

    462. Olivyah2010 says:

      I would have my father in law record the story on the storybook.  He lives in Indiana an we live in North Carolina so our little girl has never met him but has spoke to him on the phone a few times. I think it would make it even more special to her 

    463. rita says:

      I would record it for my 4 grandchildren in Michigan who I only get to see once a year.

    464. Brenda says:

      I would have my Mom record a storybook for my grandchildren,

    465. Sduehring says:

      My oldest son (4 yrs old) would record it for my younger son (1 yr old)

    466. Amy L. says:

      My father-in-law who has Alzheimer’s and was moved to a memory care facility last fall and almost died in July.  Time is precious!  Having his voice captured: PRICELESS

    467. Clwingo39 says:

      I would have my 81 y.o. Grandmother read The First Christmas because it is a
      tradition in our family. What a gift it would be to carry that on to her great great grandchildren one day.

      Christa

    468. Swall says:

      my sweet 86 year old grandmother! Hope I win!

    469. GeorgiaGirl says:

      I would have my mom, like most others, record the reading so we would always be able to hear her voice.

    470. Ashley says:

      My grandparents!

    471. Jkpardalos says:

      I would have my Mother record it for my children.

    472. Thebarkerhouse says:

      I would probably say either one of my in-laws as they are in their late’s 70’s and early 80’s! It would be a great way to live on forever with their grandchildren!

    473. Kat51807 says:

      I would have my daughter record it for my husband who just moved away for a new job. 

    474. Celeste says:

      I would lovw to give our daughters The Very First Christmas, recorded by their grandparents. So special!

    475. Pamela 322 says:

      I would have my mom for the grandchildren

    476. Allison says:

      I would have my great grandmother, my mom and my dad all record one for my boys. Priceless. In fact, if I don’t win this, I’m still going to get one for each of them!

    477. Megan Wells says:

      My mom and I were just looking at these today. I would have her read one for my kids!

    478. melindajill says:

      My father.  Both of my boys love him to pieces and it would be treasured forever.

    479. LilBitsMom says:

      I’d like my husband’s voice on the book. He’s had to miss many bedtimes this year because he’s needed to work more hours.

    480. April Land says:

      I would have my mom record the story for my children. Recently she found a tape of my grandfather who passed away 23 years ago (I was only 7 months old) So I got to hear what he sounded like. To me it would be amazing to be able to pass that gift. He was only 52 when he died. We are never promised tomorrow.

    481. Amber says:

      I would have my grandmother record one for my son so he would always be able to hear her voice whenever he wanted to when he get older!

    482. Tabitha Hunsucker says:

      I would have my sister-in-law who is 34 record her voice for her 6 year old and her 4 year old for them to have her voice forever. She has stage 4 breast cancer and is currently in the hospital with limited options left for treaments and will probably not be able to come home from the hospital. She loves Southern Savers and got me hooked after she attended a class. Prayers appreciated.

    483. Percilla says:

      I no longer have my mother or father to read this. So I would record my voice or my husband’s for any future great grand children.

    484. April McLeod says:

      I’ve been wanting to get one of these for my grandmother, my daughter’s great-grandmother.  She is 82 and I know her time left is limitied, although she is in decent health.  However, it would be a wonderful keepsake for my daughter to have when she is gone.

    485. Loritaz82 says:

      I would have my daughter to record a book (with my help). She is stil learning to read but is trying so hard! We have always read together nightly, two book sometimes more.

    486. Tandkjackson says:

      One of the biggest incluences in my children’s lives is their pastor.  I would love to have his voice recorded with one of these books. 

    487. Brittany says:

      Our only family lives 3000 miles away. I would have my little boy’s grandpa read the story to him. Whenever he sees him on skype he lights up. I think he’d light up at this as well.

    488. Nursewoody81 says:

      I would have my husband record it for my step children, as they live far away.

    489. Amy says:

      I would record my voice.  I want my son to always remember all those bedtime stories I have read to him through the years!

    490. Gina says:

      I would have my voice on it for my nephew that I only get to see a few times a year.

    491. Cmccurry says:

      I have been wanting to get one of these. I would love to record my voice.

    492. Jennifersanchez557 says:

      I would love to have my sister record her voice into the book for my son. She is serving in the military and can’t see her nephew as much as she would like to. It would be a great way for them to be connected even though she’s stationed across the country.

    493. Lilstew04 says:

      I would have my husbands grandparents read it. They are the last set of great grandparents for my children.

    494. Barbie1032 says:

      I would live this to record for my grandaughters that are out of town

    495. MelissaC says:

      I would have my mother-in-law record on it for my nephew.  He is autistic and loves Charlie Brown especially, and loves his grandma so much!

    496. CJ says:

      I would have my Mom record the story for my daughter, since she lives a ways away and doesn’t get to see her as often as she would like.

    497. Cmilburn98 says:

      I wanted to get one of these and have my grandmother and mother record the story. I would then give the book to my daughter. This would ensure that she could hear a story from her great-grandmother and grandmother whenever she wanted..

    498. cms2188 says:

      My boyfriend’s 6 year old son lives in another state and therefore can’t see his dad often. We were just talking about how great it would be to send him a recordable storybook! Thanks for the opportunity!

    499. Baunoch_paula says:

      My father is 85 years old and I would have him read Frosty the Snowman for my granddaughter, his great-granddaughter.  She is 15 months and loves to play with him. This would be the most precious gift and the best thing is….it would last a lifetime.

    500. Mills Freebies64 says:

      I would record a story for my grandchildren as I am now the oldest living relative they have.  It is sad to think that I did not have my mother do this for her great-grandchildren, but she died in 2008.  My 8 year old granddaughter tells me she talks with her Gran’ma often.  I’d like for my grand children to have something to share with their children in the future.

    501. Eamccune says:

      This would be a great gift for  my nephews.  They love to read books and what better way to share time with them from long distance.  They can hear me read the book to them as if I was there with them.  Very sweet!

    502. Blackwellamy says:

      Oh I think these are neat! I would love to have one!

    503. Anonymous says:

      I’d have my mother-in-law read for the grandbabies.

    504. am says:

      I would like my parents to record for my daughters

    505. Amy says:

      I would have my mom to read to my 2 small ones.  She lives out of state and this would be special for both of them.

    506. trish l. says:

      i would have my son  (3 yrs old) record the book for his little sister (2 yrs old). he loves to “read” her books and this would be a lasting memory of that special time.

    507. Teagreen says:

      I would love to have the opportunity to have my 96 year old grandmother read a book for my grandchildren. We have been blessed to still have her with us but it would be nice to have as a keepsake for the coming generations.

    508. Sandra says:

      I would record it for my 6 grandchildren with my husband & me taking turns reading the story

    509. khloesmom says:

      I would have my grandmother record the story (she’s 89 and lives 300 miles away) for my 7 month old daughter.  This way even if they don’t get to spend much time together, she will still be able to hear her sweet voice forever. :-)

    510. Slims30 says:

      I would have my parents and my husbands parents record the book so that we would have a special memory whenever they were gone!

    511. Anonymous says:

      I would record myself for my nieces, we live very far away from each other

    512. Michelle B. says:

      Would love to have my mother record a story for my girls!

    513. NancyF1207 says:

      I would record it for my grandson that just moved 6 hours away.

    514. Dutchayers says:

      I would definitely have my parents read the book, taking turns, or maybe reading some parts in unison. It would be a well used book in our household!

    515. Kirsti says:

      I would love one of these story books.  My god daughter is Ainsley, and she is in the process of moving from Belgium to Guam.  I live in Alabama, and have barely had anytime with her.  I would love to record a story for her to have me with her wherever she goes.  It would be a great blessing!

    516. Cara Dowling says:

      I would have my daughter record for her grandmother!

    517. Kris says:

      I would record for my daughter.  She ask me to sing “Jesus Loves Me” to her every night at bedtime.  My husband is disabled and stays at home with our small children while I work.  He was calling me everyday at nap time because she was crying because I wasn’t there to sing to her.  I’ve had to record myself singing on his phone so she would have my voice.  She is too little to play the phone herself, but a recordable book would work perfect.  She could listen to my voice anytime she wanted to.  This would be the perfect gift for her.

    518. Caseyapenston says:

      I would have my children’s loving long-distance 93 year old great grandfather read to them, with his jolly “Santa Clause ho-ho-ho” and all!

    519. 1bigsaver says:

      I would record my daughter reading it so she could send it to her daddy who is currently serving his 3rd deployment in Iraq.  He won’t be home for Christmas for the 4th year in a row.  Every Christmas Eve, we use to sit down as a family and listen to him read The Night Before Christmas.  Our daughter is now 8, and I think it would mean the world to him hearing her read the Christmas story this year.  Just like the good old days just with the roles reversed.

    520. Laura says:

      I would love to have this for my niece.  She is a new mom and I would love for my mom and dad to record in this for their 1st Great-Grandchild.

    521. Adhhughes says:

      I would give it to my mom to read to my children – her grandchildren so they would always have it to help remember her.  :)

    522. Tsgcoup says:

      I would ask my husband to record it for my daughter so when he is travelling she can listen to it. 

    523. Mal says:

      I would record myself reading so that my daughter can hear a story from me no matter where she is. 

    524. Regina says:

      I would get my in-laws to record the book.  They live out of state and my kids would enjoy Grandma and Palsywalsy reading to them.

    525. Katblue1987 says:

      I would record myself for my niece. She lives several hours away with my dad and I rarely get to see her. She loves to talk to me on the phone, this way I could “be there” to read her a story every night.

    526. blaire says:

      oh my gosh!!! i was just looking at these at cvs today. i would have my father in law record it for my daughter. my father in law LOVES charlie brown so it would be special for him and SUPER special for our baby girl to have a book read to her by her Pappy since we don’t live near him.

    527. MamaDeeLK says:

      My mom recorded Frosty the Snowman and The Night Before Christmas for my toddler last year, and I really hope that she does some for our new baby girl, Karina, as well! :) My toddler doesn’t want to go to sleep at night because he wants to keep “reading” them!

    528. Ufswampdonkey says:

      I would definitely have my grandmother read it for her great-grandchildren :) She is still able to get on the floor with them and play and spend good quality time with them although she’s 84.

    529. Camiele says:

      I would have my mom record a story on it for my nieces!

    530. mary says:

      Great coupon site I just love this site my mom told me about it. I come here every day three times a day.

    531. BABYBGRL2000 says:

      I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE MY MOM READ THE STORY TO MY NIECE. SHE IS THE ONLY GRANDAUGHTER OUT OF 5 BOYS AND WELL WE WAS SHOCK THAT SHE WAS A GIRL BECAUSE WE WAS TOLD MY SISTER-N-LAW WAS HAVING A BOY UP UNTIL SHE CAME OUT. SO EVERYONE WAS SO SHOCK AND WE HAVE TRULY BEEN BLESSED SINCE HER ARRIVAL

    532. JudithS says:

      My 89 year old father-in-law that lives with us, a true gem!  He is a WWII Marine combat veteran, the oldest at this year’s Marine Corp Anniversary Dinner.  His  4 & 5 year old Great Granddaughters (my Granddaughters) are the highlight of his life, as he was widowed 4 years ago, after 64 years of marriage! They only had one date before he was shipped to the South Pacific… she waited for him to return; the rest is family history!  Now he waits for the Grand-girls to come running in to see him every week when they visit.  Hard to say who enjoys that the most: him, them or us…

    533. Cheapergles says:

      My dad

    534. Sraerobinson says:

      I would love to have this so our family can read a page and send it to my neice in afghanastan.  she always saying how she misses her family and friends, i thought yjis would be a good way to send the family and friends.  We miss her sooo much, 

      Sheila

    535. Andrea says:

      I work nights and away for bedtime.  I would record myself reading the first Christmas, so that I would be with my children at bedtime everynight.

    536. Kyladyslipper says:

      I’d really like my husband’s Mom and Dad to record one. They don’t get to visit as often and I know they would love it!

    537. Katokailyn says:

      I would record it for my 4 year old half-sister. I don’t get to see her often, but we love each other very much. This would make her Christmas extra special to be able to hear my voice whenever she wants! 

    538. Laciesmommy1016 says:

      I would record the story for my daughter, our favorite time of day is our story time before bed and she is always sad when she goes to nana’s for a sleepover because i am not there to read with her. 

    539. Savinggranny says:

      I would have my mother record a book for her first great-grandchild.  She has Parkinson’s and is unable to really hold him or play with him and this would be a great way for him to be able to have a memory of his Mimi.  I love these books and cry when I think about how this would be a great way for children to have memories!

    540. Charlene says:

      I would give it to my dad to read the story to my two little boys. They would love to hear pappaw reading them a story.

    541. Rbrduky69 says:

      I would have my husband read the story, he works long hours and doesn’t get home until well after the kids are in bed! So it would be nice to have him read them a story!

    542. cher says:

      I would give it to my husband to record story for my kids

    543. Casey Miles says:

      I would let my 6 and 8 year old sons record themselves reading a book. We would like to send it to a very close friend of ours names Taylor who is turning 2 this Christmas. We moved away from them last year due to military transfer and they miss her soo much.

    544. Subru says:

      MY mom- she lives far away from her grandkids.

    545. Amsorrell03 says:

      I would have my mom read it so that my children could always hear her no matter how far away we are.

    546. diane says:

      I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE THIS TO READ AND SAVE FOR MY GRANDSON MY MOTHER PASSED AWAY THIS YEAR I NOW RELAIZE  HOW MUCH I MISS HER VOICE I WOULD LOVE TO SAVE FOR HIM TO REMEMBER ME.

    547. Christarow says:

      I would love to have a recordable storybook for my two boys.  I would probably get my mom to read it.  They adore their Mimi & would be able to hear her voice whenever they wanted to!

    548. GeorgiaDawg says:

      I would love to have my mother-in-law record The Very First Christmas for my daughter and future children. She and I share an avid love of books and she was one of the greatest keys to my becoming a Christian two years ago. To have her be able to pass that legacy onto my children for years to come would be a huge blessing and delight.

    549. Ashleyscoupons73 says:

      I would have my grandmother record a story. She is 87 and won’t be around for too many more Christmas’. I think this would be a gift for her as well. She would so enjoy doing it for them.
      Even if I don’t win I think I’ll go buy one for just that reason!

    550. Ani says:

      I would have my boys record their voices reading and then give it to their cousins.  I think they would love that.

    551. Jessica says:

      I would like to have the very first christmas for my grandfather to read to my kids. We live a couple states away and only get to see him once a year so it would be great for him to be with them all the time.

    552. Teresa says:

      I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS TO RECORD OUR 12 YEAR OLD AND 7 YEAR OLD SONS READING IT.  IT WOULD BE A TREASURE TO HAVE 20 YEARS FROM NOW.  WE COULD ALL GO BACK IN TIME!!

    553. Bethany B says:

      My husband and I, along with our little boy, will be leaving in about a year to serve overseas. I would give this book to our son’s grandparents so that he can enjoy having them read to him even when we are so far away!

    554. JamieGregory14 says:

      I would love to have one of these books for my niece and nephew.  They live 500 miles away in Indiana.  I think that it would be wonderful for them to be able to hear our family’s southern accent read to them.  Allowing me to be the coolest Auntie ever! 

    555. Michele says:

      the kids would record it

    556. Dragonfly11m says:

      I would love to have my 3 year old son record one!!

    557. Muscproducer says:

      Would have loved to have my grandfathers’ voice on one before he died:)

    558. Mlslambe1 says:

      I would love to be able to have my daughters and I read the story to my two nieces.  My brother is a United States Marine and he’s had to move his family 3 times in the past 6 years.  We were blessed that for 3 years they were only a couple of hours away from us, but this summer he was moved 13 hours away. Just a few months after they moved my sister in law gave birth to their second little girl.  We’ve only been able to see her once because were so far apart.  We miss them dearly and this would be a way we could be with them this Christmas.

    559. Faye Wilkerson says:

      I would record it for my “special needs” sister-in-law. 

    560. Caprice Freeman says:

      I would read this for one of my grandchildren so that in years to come when I am not with them they would always have a book read to them from their one and only “Raz” – what a wonderful memory to cherish!!

    561. Swatson says:

      I would love to have my 20 month old daughter Sabrina who is learning new words every day and my 3 year old Rylan record a special message to their grandparent because they are the only grandchildren in our family!!! This would make them sooo happy! They really love books and they would be amazed by this incredible creation! Thanks, Stephanie W.

    562. Chrissie says:

      I would record one for my boys  to have . I love them both so much

    563. Corleye1 says:

      I would love for my parents to record the story book for my daughter. We just moved far away from them, and it would be a great way for our daughter to hear her grandparents’ voices.

    564. Lea Smith says:

      I’d have both sets of grandparents read a story, so that the kids could have their voices recorded forever!

    565. Jason says:

      My little guys!!!

    566. Kim R. says:

      My grandmother would absolutely love to record a story for my girls. What a great idea! Almost brings me to tears just thinking about the awesome memory that would creat!

    567. Kat says:

      My grandbabies 

    568. Becky says:

      My mom

    569. Ashleymmeyer says:

      I have a nephew who lives very far away. While I love my little man and
      he loves his Aunt Ashley, we don’t get to see each other as much as
      would like. To be able to record my voice reading him a story would not
      only be fantastic because he can read it for Christmas, but it sort of
      gives me a way to be there and tuck him in every night, for a very long
      time. :D

    570. Heatherjeffcoat says:

      I would love for my parents to record them reading and give it to my kids for Christmas so they can keep it forever and treasure. Thanks!

    571. Shanannking says:

      I would read the story for my girlfriends kids that I love as my own and so they will have my voice while they are across country now that they had to move. 2 year old cried so hard when I had to leave when I visited them for Thanksgiving! It broke my heart! They really don’t have much family so I am family in their eyes. I love them as my own! Miss them already.

    572. guest says:

      My mom in NC for her grandchildren in CO.

    573. Jhilton1 says:

      my mom for the grandkids

    574. Mama Mandy says:

      I would have my GG (short for GREAT GRANNY) to record a story. She has been such a huge influence in my life. She has shown me how to cook,sew but most importantly the prayerlife of a God fearing women. My granny means the world to me. I am so fortunate that my kids are as close to her as their great-grandmother as most kids are to their grandparents. She loves to be with my children and cherishes every moment with them. I would love to have a keepsake of her voice reading to them. If God calls her home before I what an honor to stilll have her reading to us.

    575. Sarabraun2003 says:

      My Dad for all his Grandchildren.  He is a WONDERFUL story teller and I don’t ever want my kids to forget the way he reads to them.

    576. Dmillzcoupons says:

      My parents would record it for my two little boys

    577. Grandma says:

      I would have my mother, my husband, and myself read parts of the book for my grandchildren.  My personal favorite is Charlie Brown Christmas as I was still a child at home when it first aired on TV.  We all loved the Charlie Brown stories.  Of course, any of the recordable books would be great.  I have considered buying a couple of these books at my favorite Hallmark shop for the last couple of years.

    578. Jnpeterson1989 says:

      i would read it with my 2 year old son to record for his 6 year old sister and 3 wk old brother . they live in missouri and we live in florida. this would be an awesome gift for them . 

    579. Cabdixon says:

      I would have my triplet grandchildren read the story of The Very First Christmas as a gift for their mom who works 6 to 7 days a week to make a home for them. 

    580. Cabdixon says:

      I would have my triplet grandchildren read the story of The Very First Christmas as a gift for their mom who works 6 to 7 days a week to make a home for them. 

    581. Shooper480 says:

      I would have my parents do it. They are the best grandparents!

    582. Shooper480 says:

      I would have my parents do it. They are the best grandparents!

    583. Allen5577 says:

      I would have to give A Charlie Brown Christmas to my aunt to record for her grandchildren.  She has always been a fan, so every year when this Christmas special comes on, several of us are calling her to make sure she knows it’s on.

    584. Nebraskabuckeye says:

      My grandmother. What a precious treasure to have!

    585. Ree says:

      I would have my 11 year old son record it for his 5 yr old brother, and 4 yr old sister!  So cute!

    586. gina r says:

      I would record myself (with husband) as the kids make comments. It would be fun to listen to their little voices years from now.

    587. Stephanie B Young says:

      I would give the book to my niece, Delilah, and my nephew, Gavin, in Colorado. They are more special than words to me and this will be the first time I will not be in Colorado to celebrate Christmas with them. To make this an even sweeter gift, my nephew recently read a book to me over the phone for the first time ~ What a fun way to reciprocate!

    588. Jdandcd says:

      I would record the story (1 for each child)  for my 3 grandchildren in hopes that it would be handed down to their children.  As they grow I would think they would treasure these stories in years to come.  

    589. Coupons850 says:

      I would have my mom read it so my children could always hear her! My grandfather passed away a few months ago from a  brain tumor and I am still upset with myself that I didn’t have him record one when my children were first born. I am determined to find a way to have my children be able to hear stories read by their grandparents!

    590. Southrenbelle14 says:

      I would have my grandmother record it for my daughter.  Just so no matter what happens she will always be able to here granny’s voice.  That way she can always remember the good times and you never know she could possible share it with her children later in life.

    591. Crissyscrowd says:

      I would read it to my two little grand kids, I live in Florida and they live in Deleware. Then they can always hear my voice. Thanks

    592. Joker6642 says:

      My uncle was recently diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and the doctors were clueless as to what it was or how to treat it. He was given a very small survival rate, had a bone marrow transplant, and is still fighting like a champ. The doctors seem hopeful but not certain that the cancer is gone. I would have him read it to my niece and nephew so, not only they could always hear his voice, but the rest of our family could too.

    593. Lauren says:

      My Daughter Haley.  She loves Charlie Brown and Snoopy!

    594. Sarah says:

      We live far away from Grandma and Grandpa.  Iw ould have them read the story so my daughter can hear from them whenever she wants!

    595. ShaRee says:

      I would love to have my great grandmother record the Very First Christmas.  My husband and I do not have children yet but I would love to have it as a keep sake for when we do.

    596. ShaRee says:

      I would love to have my great grandmother record the Very First Christmas.  My husband and I do not have children yet but I would love to have it as a keep sake for when we do.

    597. MWaldrop says:

      My boys, my husband and I would read the story for my two nieces that live across the country from us.

    598. Ms Capps says:

      Of course both of my boys!!

    599. CouponingMommy says:

      I would have my grandmother record it for my children!! She use to tell us the best stories when I was a kid!

    600. Mrspensl says:

      I would love to have my mom or my mother in law be able to record a story for my 2 yr old little boy.  He was born after we moved 9.5 hours from his grandparents and each time we visit he has to “adjust” to seeing them again!  I would love for him to recognize their voice from the story and help with this adjustment!

    601. SmoochTheCook says:

      My cousin just had a baby and they’re a very very wonderful family who I dearly love.  I would enjoy getting this so that the new baby (Pepper Renee) could hear a prized story in her daddy’s calming voice.

    602. Kaye says:

      I would have my 85 year old mother record a story for her two great-grandchildren.  We have moved two hundred miles  away from them and this will be their first Christmas without her. 

    603. Kaye says:

      I would have my 85 year old mother record a story for her two great-grandchildren.  We have moved two hundred miles  away from them and this will be their first Christmas without her. 

    604. Leah says:

      I would like my son Landon to do the story

    605. Sagskres says:

      I think I would have my kids’ grandparents record the story together for them.  And btw, I teared up at your story above, that IS an awesome idea.

    606. Rmaniramka says:

      I would love to read it for my sweet little daughter

    607. Hforrest says:

      My Husband for my 10 month old son

    608. Meme0205 says:

      I would like to read it for my daughter who is away in college!

    609. Cloud9 says:

      I would love to record The Very First Christmas Story for MY very first Grandson on HIS very first Christmas! 

    610. Xxosurfer says:

      I would have my husband record a book for our son. My husband works very hard and long hours so that I can be a stay at home Mom & raise our son. When my husband gets home from work most days he only has a short time  to spend with him before he goes to bed :(

    611. Sandy says:

      I would love for my 82 year old dad to record a story for my 2 year old nephew.

    612. Gretchen says:

      i would let me stepdaughter read it for her mom and sister who are 800 miles away

    613. Pollard says:

      I would love to give one of these books to my grandchildren.

    614. MJ says:

      I would have my son, who is set to deploy to the middle east (for the fourth time) record for his 6 month old daughter and 4 year old son.

      It is hard on the family when the stretches of time between contact is so unpredictable. This would allow them to listen to his voice anytime they want to. And as a plus, it would assist my daughter-in-law with some “quiet” time.

    615. jenb says:

      I would have my father-in-law record a book for my daughter. He lives across the country and we do not get to see him enough. 

    616. Suneelady says:

      I would read it to my precious grandson, Colton.  He lives in Pennsylvania and I live in Florida.  It would be a wonderful gift to send him for Christmas and a great way to keep us together during the long months we’re apart.

    617. Shannon Bishop says:

      I would love to have my Dad read the story. He is in Idaho and I am in South Carolina. My children have never met him and have only spoken to him on the phone. It would be great if they could open the card and hear his voice whenever they wanted to!!

    618. Sarah says:

      I would have my mother-in-law record a story for my son.  First, she’s his very loving grandmother.  Second, she has the BEST voice after many years of acting in plays and productions!

    619. Pam says:

      My husband and I would record a story for our precious little granddaughter.

    620. zeegee says:

      I would have my mother record a book for her great grandchildren. 

    621. Eth says:

      I would record a story for my great granddaughter.

    622. Stacie says:

      My son would love to have one of these books.  It would make a great Christmas gift.

    623. Ctomblin says:

      My father

    624. Jamie says:

      I would record a story for my little princess Jillian!!

    625. SJ says:

      I would have papa record a story for his first grandson!
      Both papa and the baby are miracles!

    626. Kelley says:

      I would record Charlie Brown Christmas for my daughter. We watch it every year and she did not remember it until we watched it again this year. It is now a very special thing for the two of us. I would love to give this to her as a special gift. 

    627. Rachel says:

      I would give it to my parents to record for the grandkids.

    628. JennB says:

      I would have my grandmother record these books for my children since we don’t get to see her very much and she is almost 90 years old.

    629. Amanda says:

      My grandmother is 87 years old.  The high light of her life is my 4 year old daughter.  They make each other light up like a Christmas trees when they see each other.  They are best friends and its just a blessing to see them in each other’s presence.  Knowing that her Christmases are numbered I think it would be incredible to have her record herself reading this story forever for her great granddaughter.

    630. Crystal Stamey says:

      I would record my self reading part of the story and my mother reading the other half. Hopefully it could be passed to my grandchildren.

    631. Anonymous says:

      Grandma!!

    632. Rhonda Brown says:

      I have a friend who is awaiting a double lung transplant. She wants one to record her reading to her 3 year old granddaughter Maple. However, she cannot afford to buy one. If I won it, I would give it to my friend Marcie.

    633. sara says:

      My husband. So my little girl can always hear his voice no matter how far away he is.

    634. Amberfluhr says:

      I would have my husband and myself read for my 3 year old son!

    635. nd says:

      I need my husband’s parents to record a storybook. My parents have recorded one for my little one already.

    636. Schmethany says:

      My mother-in-law. So they can hear her voice as well as read the books she sends us all the time.

    637. zeegee says:

      Feedback for Hallmark:  the recordable storybook is a wonderful idea.  Had I known there was a promotion for 50 percent off on Thanksgiving weekend, I would have purchased one or two right away!

      I hope Hallmark offers more promotion on the entire collection before Christmas because I am thinking these would make good gifts for the hard to buy for people on my list!

    638. Kanddhorton says:

      I would have my 2 older children record a story for their new baby brother. It’ll be his first Christmas.  I have a 7 and 10 yr old.  I was finished having kids and then had a surprise 3rd

    639. Therese says:

      I would love to be able to read to my grandchildren every night.  I could get started now with Christmas!  My parents are gone, I would like to leave mine with a good memory.

    640. lynne says:

      I would record it for my adorable grandsons!  We had to relocate and we no longer live close enough to read to them in person. I miss them so much!

    641. Lisa Jones says:

      My husband and I would record it for our 7 month old granddaughter ( our only one) who lives 1000 miles away from us and yet we always want her to recognize our voices.

    642. margaret says:

      My in laws..What an awesome giveaway !!

    643. Amanda says:

      I would have my mom and dad record for our daughter.

    644. Amanda says:

      I would have my mom and dad record for our daughter.

    645. A. Allen says:

      My mom or dad — or both!  We don’t live near them, and they would love to be able to read to our kiddos!

    646. Rachel says:

      I would get it so my mom could record it for my son. 

    647. Margie says:

      My grandmother is very ill, and I do not think she will be with us much longer. I would love to have her read one of these to my boys as a forever gift of her voice and love.

    648. momof319 says:

      I would have my parents record a story for their grandchildren.

    649. Melissa Strehle says:

      My grandma will soon be passing due to health conditions and my son is the light of her life and he will miss her so much. He would keep her voice forever…

    650. Brandi says:

      we would record a story for my parents since we are now so far away from them.  i know they would love it. 

    651. Coupons says:

      I would record one for my children.

    652. Muffin215 says:

      My Dad is 70 and he has alszheimers in the  early stages and it is advancing quickly.  He has 2 great grandsons and would love to have him record a book for them. I know he time is limited as far as memory is concerned…and would like for the boys to remember him before it becomes to advanced.

    653. Anonymous says:

      My 92 year old grandma, cause I believe this will be her last christmas and it would be something for my daughter to remember her by.

    654. Ortegacrew says:

      I definitely think one of the grandparents!

    655. Dblaha1 says:

      I would have my husband record a story for our 4 girls so daddy can read to them during the months he is working the night shift and late nights where they don’t see him much.  It would put a smile on their little faces when they are missing daddy.

    656. Laurie says:

      My daddy was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor on Christmas Eve of 2010. The past year has been very difficult for my family. I have two toddlers in addition to eight nieces and nephews that total ten grandchildren. With the aggressiveness and uncertainty of this disease I would love to have my daddy record one of these books as a treasure for his children and grandchildren.

    657. Heather says:

      I would give it to mom to record herself reading to my 2 1/2 year old triplets. We live in SC and she lives Maine. :(

    658. Melissa Reeves says:

      Since all of my grandparents have passed away, I would love for my husband’s grandmother to make a recording. It would be very special to have her voice recorded even long after she is gone.  I know her two great-grandkids (and any future kids of ours) would love it! 

    659. Toribaby_02 says:

      I would have my two girls grandmother record oe. As they are young now and will be able to pass it along through the years

    660. Amberlee30 says:

      I have a book with my childrens grandmother on it..she passed away a year ago and we still hear her voice through the book…They are wonderful!!  I’d like another one for their grandfather. 

    661. Bravefan54 says:

      I would have myself record the story for my grandchildren, so one day they could still have grandma with them.

    662. Barb Muchow says:

      My granddaughters, ages 9 months and 4years, recently moved away. We have played a big part in each others lives from the day each of them were born. This will be the first Christmas that we will be away from each other and give them a recordable book would let them know that I am with them in spirit. I miss them so very much. Christmas is a very special time and this year we will be missing a very special part of it.

    663. ccleary says:

      I would have my kids great grandmother record it.  She is in the hospital right now and her health is very poor. 

    664. Autball says:

      My Mom always was the best book reader to me when I was a kid, I know she would love to “narrate” one of these for my 3yr old son.

    665. Shaina says:

      I would have my grandmother record it for my son

    666. Snolen4 says:

      I would have my mother record the story. She was just recently diagnosed with end stage pancreatic cancer and her time with us is very limited. I know my entire family would cherish the book.

    667. Danita25 says:

      My mother. She lives 600 miles away and my son would love to hear her vooice! A sweet xmas present.

    668. Wcushelley says:

      Grandmother for my children.

    669. Nicole says:

      I would love to have my Grandma record one for my three little kids. They have such a special bond with her, it would mean a lot.

    670. Danywalt says:

      I would record myself to give to my children.  I love to read to them at bedtime.  They love hearing me read through the book.  Such a neat gift.

    671. Wulfsondz says:

      For my Nana to record for my future children

    672. Signupklp says:

      I would love to record one for my daughter’s three little ones, three children under 3 years ! the newest born Nov 21st.

    673. Hannah says:

      I would have “MaMa,” my grandmother record the story for my niece and nephew and my future children. I know one day my family will be without this precious jewel of a woman and this book would help to preserve her legacy of faith and good, southern fun!

    674. Amanda says:

      I would have my mother in law record one for my son because they live 1800 miles away in Canada and they rarely get to see him.  This is such a precious idea!

    675. Doublekdad says:

      I would record the book for my 8 month old Nephew, Michael.  He lives in SC and we live in GA.

    676. Teresa says:

      I would love to have my mother record a story of the first Christmas for my children.

    677. Kcroxburycoupon says:

      I would have both sets of my daughters grand parents record one and then her great grand parents record the other. Unfortunately she has only seen her great grandparents twice(she is 2.5 and they live 1000+ miles away) So I would absolutely love to have this for them and my daughter.

    678. Sla138 says:

      I am a counselor in a low income school that serves students from a children’s group home. These students are considered at risk and have often times been through multiples forms of abuse and numerous foster care families. Some students are up for adoption, while others get the occasional visit. I would like to give a recordable book to this one particular fourth grader who wants to be with his grandmother and his siblings. His grandmother could record her voice on the book during his next family visit so that he can feel closer to her. This student loves to read, but is a little behind grade level. Having a book like this would have him re-reading and enjoying reading more.

    679. Patti says:

      i would have my daddy record his voice for my children.

    680. Slbillette says:

      I would have my oldest son record it for his little brother who is three.  He misses him when he is at school.

    681. BevJM says:

      My family are in Australia, so I would LOVE for my parents to record themselves reading one of these stories to my 2.5 year old son. I agree, the idea of having this forever is awesome.

    682. Amber8ball2004 says:

      I would have multiple people read the story so that way they could have all their loved ones reading the story to them. Mommy, daddy, papaws, mamaws, aunts, uncles and cousins. That would make it extra special to my children.

    683. Jennifer says:

      My dad has a terminal illness, so I would have him record a story for my children, so they can always have Pop Pop read them a story on Christmas Eve. I’m going to have to buy one of these if I don’t win. It’s too good of an idea.

    684. Robin says:

      I would have my children record a message for their grandparents

    685. Edenberrygrl says:

      I would have my entire in-law family read the Charlie Brown Christmas book, because it’s our favorite. :) 

    686. Meme says:

      I would love to have my three nieces record these for their children.

    687. Studyalldaypartyallnight says:

      i have a friend in the service and his little ones would love that as a gift

    688. Littanybreigh says:

      I would love to be able to share one of these with my niece and goddaughter. She lives over 1,500 miles from us, and we miss her everyday. Plus, she is blind and just learning to read braille, so it seems like an especially appropriate gift. I will have to look into this — thanks so much for the idea!

    689. Evie Mandrell says:

      I would have my mom record one for my daughter.  My mom has early alzheimers and luckily was able to watch my daughter for the first year of her life and they have a very special bond.  My mother is sadly getting worse every day even though on meds and I have been trying to decide if I should get one of these as a fun book now and a rememberance later.

    690. mrsjmartin says:

      I would have one read by my in laws in Georgia so my grandson and grand daughter can hear their voices from years to come.

    691. Jewya319 says:

      I would record these to all 3 of my children so that in future years when they have Christmas with their own families (hopefully together); and I’m no longer on this earth, they will still have my voice to hear. It would be the feeling that mom is still with them every year. When you hear someones voice that is passed away it can give such a comfort and peace.

    692. happy says:

      I would have my children record a story for their grandparents

    693. Vicki says:

      My husband and I would record the story (Nonna and Poppie!) for our 4 year old grandson who lives several hours away…

    694. Franceslpayne says:

      I think these are very nice books.Great keep sake.

    695. Beth says:

      I would love to have my son’s grandparents record a book for him.

    696. Jules says:

      My grandparents! It would be perfect with my first little one on the way.

    697. Mrsdaniel says:

      Love your idea so would have my 87 year old grandmother record for my children.

    698. Branes12 says:

      My husband and I a would record he Very First Christmas for our daughter Nevaeh so she would have it each year and it would remind her of the true meaning of Christmas!

    699. Tonyamfink says:

      My mother.

    700. Maria says:

      My mother…for my children

    701. Kkrampey says:

      I would have our Nana (my husband’s mom) read the story to our girls.  I would love to have The First Christmas!!

    702. Amanda says:

      My grandfather for my boys. 

    703. Heather says:

      our family would do it for my brother, who is in Peru

    704. Graham810 says:

      My son has special needs, and he totally loves his family.  I think it would be special to have his parents and his siblings do a group record book for him.  He loves to read and often listens to things over and over.  I think he would love one of these books with his favorite people reading to him.

    705. Carmanm says:

      I’d like my husband’s parents to do it for my boys (they are in their 80s and not as close by as we might like).

    706. Rachel says:

      I would love for my grandmother to read “The Very First Christmas” for my children. She is the only grandparent left and not doing well. It would be a great opportunity for my kids to remember her voice. (And for me.)

    707. Brismom says:

      My grandmother for her great granddaughter

    708. Christywilkins says:

      I would have my mother in law do it for my son…My husbands parents are elderly and in very bad health, and my son is a leukemia survivor…they are very close…it would mean the world to him.

    709. Darlene says:

      I would like to make a recordable book for my granddaughter.  She will be two and she was adopted by a wonderful family.  

    710. Jshear01 says:

      My family is a little spread out and my daughter would love to hear her Daddy of her GiGi read her a bedtime story. Thats what I’d do with it.

    711. Catehunter says:

      I would have my mother record the story for my children.  What a neat idea!

    712. Karriehsmith says:

      I would give it my brother to record for his sons as he is in the army and that way they could have a bedtime story from dad while he is away.

    713. Spoodle4806 says:

      i would have my father, who has lung cancer and altzheimer’s, read it for my children ages 2 and 7 months.  B/c when they are old enough to understand, he may not be around.

    714. CHERYL says:

      My mother in law to read to my son…as a keepsake.

    715. Teresafoster says:

      My husbands parents live all the way across the country.  We don’t get to visit often.  I know they would love to here the voices of our 6 children reading one of these stories.

    716. stephanie says:

      I would ask my grandmother, my little girls “grandma tootie” read the story.. she is almost 80 and this would become a GREAT keepsake!!

    717. Tammyla says:

      my husband for my kids for when he is away at work

    718. Lindsey says:

      Recordable books are awesome when daddys are deployed, we have quite a few, no christmas ones yet though =)

    719. Lillie Burris says:

      I would love to have my mother who is 83 years old to read  “The Very First Christmas” to her grands and great grandchildren, this would make a wonderful gift to our family. We have five generations and she loves to read .

    720. KT'sgrls says:

      I would have my father in law record the story for my two girls because he is very animated with them on a daily basis. And, this holiday season will be a hard one for him. on 11/23, the day before thanksgiving, he had to have open heart surgery. He is still in the hospital recovering. Every day he is getting better, but my girls are scared he will not be here for them. Especially at the holiday season.

    721. Amy Adams says:

      I would record the story for my 4-year old son.  What a great idea!

    722. Amy Adams says:

      I would record the story for my 4-year old son.  What a great idea!

    723. Nana says:

      I would have my grandson read a story.  It would be fun to listen to when he gets older.

    724. my3girls75 says:

      I would have my mom record the story to my childern. She suffered from a stroke 6 years ago, and every year she is here is a blessing. I would love to hear the story from her,and so would all 3 of my babies.

    725. Becky says:

      I would love to have my 92 year old mom read a story to her three great grand-daughters before she is no longer here to share Christmas with them.

    726. Eiluja8 says:

      We would love to hear the voice of my father in law reading to the kids.  He is in final stages of cancer.  The memories would be great to have. 

    727. Msbeidel says:

      I would have my grandpa read a story to my kids. He is like a second dad to them especially to my son. 

    728. jgnewhouse1999 says:

      I would have my dad read The Very First Christmas for my children.  If you were to ask him what he wants his legacy to be, he would say it is for all of his children and their children and so on to have a personal relationship with Christ.  And that begins with the very first Christmas and what Jesus came to do for us.

    729. Vicki Doyle says:

      My husband to our Granddaughter – two year old Brooklynn.  After reading all the comments below, I don’t feel worthy of this possible “win”, as we have been blessed with good health and love all year.  Like many, many  Americans now, we have lost jobs this year and struggle to make ends meet and worry about the added expense of the Holidays.  In comparison to so many who are ill, in the military, etc., we are so blessed.  Just average hard working and honest Americans.  My husband would be so honored to leave this legacy to our Granddaughter.

    730. Jill says:

      I would have my mom record this to my three boys because we moved to Ga from Pa and the boys always miss her. She always buys them books. Reading is her favorite thing to do.

    731. Lstewart002 says:

      I love these Hallmark books!   I would record myself reading this book to my granddaughter and grandson.    It makes the story so very special and a treasured keepsake.

    732. Ash61853 says:

      I would have my husband who will not be with us this Christmas, for the Navy had a better use for him this year protecting our country, record it and give it to my two girls to at least be able to hear their daddy on Christmas morning.

    733. Molly says:

      Last year my Grandmother recorded one of these for my kids.  She passed away this year, and I am so excitred (and sad) to pull out the book from last year to hear her read it again.  This year, I would love to have my Grandfather read a story for my kids.

    734. Laura Ford says:

      I would have my childrens’ great-grandmothers read the story to them.  91 and 83 years young.

    735. Melindagill50 says:

      I would try to get my grandmother who suffers w/ alheimers to read it so that I can hold onto it and share with my daughter.  Would love the one about the 1st Christmas, since she is the one who always took and encouraged me to go to church.

    736. Tiffany Hopper says:

      I wolud have my Grandmother record it for my children!

    737. Benetb says:

      I would read it for my son

    738. Debbie says:

      Jenny, I am thinking of my friend Clint Miller who is in the final stages of his fight against testicular and brain cancer. He has two small boys and I know he would love to leave a legacy for his children. For them to be able to hear his voice in the years to come would be an incredible gift.

    739. MelissPepin says:

      I would have my mom, husband, and I all record it for our littles. They are 7 months and 2 and I totally want them to have one of these books so they can listen to the story every year!!

    740. Diana says:

      My Mother, for my nephew.

    741. Esquared06 says:

      What a memory this could make to have a grandparent read a story to my little boy each year—even though they live far away!!

    742. Maryellen255 says:

      my mother who is 90 and not in good health

    743. Tbadgett says:

      My children lost their great-grandmother this past June.  She was a saint and an inspiration to her entire family.  It saddens me to know that my children are so young that they will eventually forget the short time they shared with her.  In her memory, I would love to read THE VERY FIRST CHRISTMAS.  It would be her wish for my children to know this beautiful story.

    744. Jefflenore says:

      I would love to read a story to my 10th grandchild who lives 800 miles away

    745. Cassbeth05 says:

      My in-laws for my 2 year old.  My parents have done them for my daughter and it is great to have since the military has moved us so far away.  Either that or my husband for when he is deployed.

    746. Cassbeth05 says:

      My in-laws for my 2 year old.  My parents have done them for my daughter and it is great to have since the military has moved us so far away.  Either that or my husband for when he is deployed.

    747. Kt8hi says:

      My mother for her Great grandson.

    748. llllll says:

      I would have my father record one of the books since he lives so far away from us. This way he would always seem near.

    749. Katzilla822 says:

      I would have my husband’s grandmother read my daughter a story since she lives in a different state and can’t visit often.

    750. Julsjackson says:

      Would love to have my girls Indiana grandparents record this since they are 12 hours away from us.  

    751. Brenda Buckelew says:

      The reas a loud book are wonderful.  I have three grandgirls who aren’t able to read.  I would love to have one for them.  Thanks!

    752. Cmorgan729 says:

      i would get my mom and dad to read for my kids. they live 924 long miles aways. just to hear their voices would make it like they were  here.

    753. Agreenwell says:

      I would have my parents record the book for one of their grandsons, Oliver, who lives over 2000 miles away in hawaii.  He never gets to see his family on the mainland and hearing his grandparents voices would be a great way for him to celebrate each day.

    754. Bianca says:

      I would record them for my daughter who loves to read.

    755. Heltonchasta says:

      I would have my mother record her voice its so pleasant and calming to listen too.

    756. C Shay says:

      I would have my mom record it for my little boy. She has a very distinctive hillbilly drawl (so do I, but lost some of it from being away for so long) and he loves her voice. She only gets to see him a couple of times per year, and it would comfort her to know he could hear her voice whenever he missed her.

    757. Megan Davis says:

      I would record them for my daughter so when I’m not here I can still read to her.

    758. Carol says:

      No question – it would be my husband recording for our out-of-state grandson.

    759. Jsherard12 says:

      I would record it myself for my precious grand daughter that lives 5 hours away!  How I would love to be able to read to her every night like I did her Daddy!  These books are awesome and I would LOVE to win one!

    760. LAdams says:

      My children love my grandfather.  He is 93 and in as good a shape as most people in their 50’s! He is always reading his old western books to my little boy (who actually thinks that the books are about my pappaw!). It would be precious to have his recorded voice to read to them well after he is gone!

    761. Mspillers9308 says:

      I would have my Dad record it for my boys. This would be something they would cherish forever!

    762. Mt Cabingirl says:

      I would love to have my mother record one of the story books for my 8 year old son.  They are very close and I know he would be very excited to receive this as a Christmas gift.

    763. Susandriver96 says:

      I would record them along with my husband for our two grandsons that live an hour and a half away.  They love for me to read books to them when we are together so with the recordable storybooks, I could read to them every day!

    764. Jokat22 says:

      I would do it..I travel a lot and could leave for my daughter!

    765. Angel Hao says:

      I would like to have my mom to read for my little girl. 

    766. Amber Dubiel says:

      I would love to have my mother record a story. I am only 21 and I don’t plan on having children for a while, but I lost my father two years ago and it just breaks my heart knowing that my future children will never know how much my dad loved them even though he never met them.  I would love to have my mother record a story for my future children so that they could know how much their grandmother loved them, in case something were to happen. Thank you so much.

    767. Lyndacoupon says:

      I would have my mother record it for my three kids…they would all love it!

    768. Nadia says:

      I would definitely have sister Carmen, who I adopted as a grandmother to record this story. She is very ill, and I would keep it for my future children to be able to hear her voice. Thank you =)

    769. Tjdeer47 says:

      I would have my children’s grandfather who is 91 read this for his greatgrandchildren.

    770. Heather says:

      I would have my inlaws record it for my kids so they can hear their voices when they miss them.

    771. Suz Glo says:

      I would have my teenage daughters read the book for their toddler twin cousins.

    772. Blair says:

      I would have my mother record a story for our daughters. She lives in MN and we live in SC. One of the favorite things my girls love for her to do when she visits is to read to them.

    773. Mrscampbell721 says:

      My husband is in the Air Force and flies for trips often. He would record the books for our kids to read while he is away.

    774. Aldickens1123 says:

      for my husband who will be overseas, the kids can read it and i can send it.

    775. Vicky says:

      My husband would record one and I would another for our first and only grandson.

    776. Bonbon14843 says:

      I woukd have my husband and I record it for our granddaughter who was just born. This way she will have it on her very  first Christmas abd many years to come.

    777. Leigh Ann says:

      My mids Nana would make a great reader…we are never promised tomorrow!

    778. Jessann917 says:

      I would have my dad read it.  He lives on the other side of the country, and I want my children to hear him read a story.  As a child I loved having him read stories because he adds sound effects and everything.  My children rarely get to see him.

    779. Maelyn31 says:

      I would have my Grandmother record it for my Daughter.  She doesn’t read very well any more but she is almost 90 and would be something great for my daughter to always be able to remember her by.

    780. Katesaves says:

      I would love to have her grandparents record one.!

    781. Mlevinesmithcoupons says:

      I would have my aunt who is a retired first grade teacher read the story. She taught hundreds of children to read throughout her career and passed down her love for books to me. I will always be grateful.

    782. Lorap7 says:

      I would love to have my mom red this to my daughters.

    783. Murphy0210 says:

      I would have my parents read a story to my 2 year old son who they don’t get to see as often as they would like.

    784. Celloraisen says:

      I would have my husband record the Charlie Brown story for our 4-year-old son.  He often has to work late so I would use that book to have daddy read the story even though he can’t be with us at bed time.

    785. Bbrown3093 says:

      My mom and dad for my future grandkids

    786. Beth says:

      I would have my children’s grandparents take turns reading the story.

    787. MickieYoung says:

      I would love to win the Recordable Storybooks from Hallmark so that my sons Robert and Ryan could read the story for their Grandma Queen.

    788. CPW says:

      My mom had breast cancer.  She is such a strong influence in my children’s life.  We pray every day for her healing.  But we don’t know what the outcome will be.  I would love to have her read a book to my children (and me).  It would be a little piece of her we could keep forever.

    789. Monicagaston says:

      My husbands father is critically ill. I would have him record the story for my son, his namesake.

    790. SouthernMomma says:

      My sister has collected Snoopy items since we were kids (LONG time ago).  I would love to get this book and have my children record the story for her.  Then, if she wanted, she could record the story again and send it back to my children.  (she has no children of her own)

    791. Brandy says:

      My grandmothers for each of my daughters

    792. Thecandybarilm says:

      I would have my sister record a story for my kids. She lived in southeast asia (teaching English) for the majority of my daughter’s life and will now be on the other side of the country when our son is born. Having a book for my children to hold and listen to with her voice would be truly special!

    793. Tara says:

      My  husband and I with our two kids would record the story for our 18 month old neice.

    794. Mykennabear says:

      I would have my father record it for my daughter. He moved far away and She was used to seeing him everyday. She’s had a hard time adjusting so I would have him record it to help her adjust better.

    795. mtl mom says:

      I would have my mom read if for my kids as she lives across the country.

    796. Kelli says:

      Definitely my parents for my children-it would take me back to my childhood every time we read it together and no one has sweeter southern-drawls than my folks!

    797. Proleary23004 says:

      My mom for my son.

    798. Lynne says:

      I would record it for my daughter with special needs, so she can hear my voice telling her the TRUE meaning of Christmas.  I would have her nana (lives with us in hospice care) help me, best she can.  It will be great for my daughter to have forever!!  Thank you,. Lynne

    799. Mabelzy says:

      Grandparents would love to record their voice on this book for their grandsons, what a great idea to create this kind of book!

    800. Ruthiec15 says:

      I would record it for my neice:)

    801. patti says:

      I would have my dad record it for my grandson….they are so close and what a wonderful keepsake.

    802. Wildcat4186 says:

      I would have my grandmother record it for my daugther, it would be something to have for her for many years to come.

    803. Julie K. says:

      I would have my parents record it for my children. :)

    804. Teresa Frye says:

      I would like to record one for my grandaughter, this is her first Christmas. I would love to have had one for my children when they were growing up. Both of their grandmothers died young and i would love for my grandaughter to have something to remember me by.

    805. Lynne B says:

      I’d love to get my husband to record it. He reads to the children every night but sometimes travels with his military duties. Thank you for the chance.

    806. Rteach2009 says:

      I would have my mom record the story for my daughter

    807. Rteach2009 says:

      I would have my mom record the story for my daughter

    808. Knipsk says:

      My husband – he travels so much it would be nice for him to get to “read” a bedtime story to my 6 year old every night.

    809. Redracer114 says:

      I would have my mom record it for my granddaughter, which happens to be her first great grandchild, this would be awesome…=)

    810. P. Ragdolls says:

      I would record it and give to my first Great Nephew for Christmas! I got to see him for the first time over the weekend and he is really cute!!!

    811. Kandygirlmcd says:

      I would have my mom record it for ME…and my kids.

    812. Middlecasongirl2 says:

      I would have my grandmother record it, so my children (her great grandchildren) and my nephew’s baby (her great, great grandchild) can remember her voice for years to come.  

    813. rh says:

      my mother lives in another state. I would love for her to record a story for my kids.

    814. Checkeredfloor says:

      I would give the book to my mother who is moving out of the state just after Christmas, for my son, her first grandchild.

    815. keri says:

      I would have my husband and I record one for our daughter!

    816. cj says:

      My husband would read it for our grandson that lives in another state.

    817. Jenreyn924 says:

      I would record the book for my sons-they are 4 and 1 and I think this is something that they would be abl to grow up with and enjoy every Christmas and then pass along this tradition to their kids.

    818. Jenreyn924 says:

      I would record the book for my sons-they are 4 and 1 and I think this is something that they would be abl to grow up with and enjoy every Christmas and then pass along this tradition to their kids.

    819. SLPLaurie says:

      my son is turning 7 tomorrow, it would be great to keep his voice forever!

    820. gram55 says:

      I would have my 83 year mom read it for my grandson who is her first great grandchild
      They do not get to spend a lot of time together because of distance.

    821. Erika says:

      I would record and share with my family

    822. Hsmama123 says:

      I would have my son record it…he is a struggling reader and I think it would give him the confidence boost he needs! Plus it would be a special keepsake for me in the future!

    823. Kathy says:

      I wouldrecord myself for my grandkids!!

    824. My seven year old daughter to her grandparents who live out of state.

    825. Susan H. says:

      I would record for my grandchild.

    826. Blessedandmore says:

      I would use this for my first grand baby due any day now

    827. Cortknee81 says:

      I would have my son’s mamaw and papaw record the book so he could hear their voice every day.

    828. Cinderella0855 says:

      our grandson, Landon, was born 10/6/2004 and passed away at 2 months old on 12/12/2004. If i won one, i would give it to my daughter so she could record and read it to her 2 little boys that God has blessed her with.

    829. Denise says:

      I would have my very sweet Mom record it.

    830. fletchtr says:

      I would have my daughter who is away at college record a story for his 5 year old brother.

    831. Terri says:

      I would love to record myself for my precious grandson.

    832. Tina_carter38 says:

      I would have my grandchildren,ages three and 2 months, read one of these books for their father, my son who is in the military and has to spend a lot of time away from home.

    833. Heather says:

      My husband

    834. Sarandipity says:

      I would have my husband record a book, he is currently deployed and I would love for our boys to hear their dad read a book even though he is not home.

    835. Sherry says:

      Me b/c my kids always want me to read.

    836. Jamie says:

      I would love to have the chance for my 93 yr old great grandmother to record a story for my 10 month old!! I am cherishing every moment that they have together and this would be a great way for him to be able to hear her sweet voice forever! :)

    837. Diannaslp says:

      I would record it for my nieces, since they love for me to read to them and I do not live close to them.

    838. Brian says:

      I would have my Dad record “The Very First Christmas”  book for my daughter.  My grandfather was in World War 2 and I taped some of his stories for a college report.  I treasure ever word of those tapes now that he is gone.  This would be an awesome keepsake for my daughter for years to come.

    839. Ecs7794 says:

      My husband and I would record it for our grandson so that he would always know that his granparents knew the real meaning of Christmas.

    840. Muffinstuff1 says:

      Though I’d love to record one for my grandkids, I’d be even more delighted to see Tina_carter38, whose post I just read, be able to send one recorded by her grandkids for their military dad. God Bless America and those who defend her!

    841. Tdhsav says:

      I would have my son read it, so I will remember him at this age and his children one day can listen to it

    842. Dix says:

      I would actually probably have my six year old record one for her grandma–she is a good reader!

    843. TamK says:

      I would record my voice for my 2 year-old nephew. He would love to hear his Aunt at the touch of a button!:)

    844. Cljanuar says:

      I would have my seven year old record one for his grandmother who is living in Mexico. She has not seen him yet and only has pictures of him, so this would be a very special gift for her.

    845. Jmhollis1234 says:

      I would have my mom record it for my children so they can treasure it as she lives far off and the miss that special time they have with her.

    846. Jenhaug08 says:

      My mom (GiGi)  has been wanting to get one and record her voice for my little girl since she doesn’t live around here. 

    847. Ekmiller28 says:

      my husband sings Frosty to the kids every night before bed throughout the year. In the middle of July he still sings it to them. They ask if Frosty is coming every single night. Anyway I think it would be sweet if he could record his voice reading the Frosty book, so they could keep that memory with them always.

    848. Danielle Forlaw says:

      I would have my parents (Memock & Pepaw) record the story for their grandkids. Danielle 

    849. Diane says:

      I would have my niece record the story. She has a tremendous voice and sometimes works as an actress.

    850. Harvesterbornagain says:

      I would record the story for my 2 grand daughters who live 1200 miles away and in a very remote area of the mountains. No TV or computer. they are home schooled and are not around people very often, they are hungry for some uplifting stories to lighten up their life.

    851. Gwhite57 says:

      I would record for my granchildren and also have them record so I could hear their sweet voices at any time

    852. mwebb says:

      My parents & in-laws all live out of town, and last year my in-laws recorded “The Night Before Christmas” for my son.  He absolutely loves it & listens to it all the time, so if I had another one I’d have my parents record it for him.

    853. Donna says:

      I would record the story for my grandson that is 1 1/2 years old this year.

    854. Patsy Lee says:

      For me.  I am a grandmother who lives in Tennessee, but my granddaughter who I have only got to be with 4 times lives in PA.  I would love to record the story for her.

    855. Cheryllou1 says:

      These are great! My husband always picks one up before he deploys and the kids love to here his voice when he is gone! Love them!

    856. Nanacoupon52 says:

      It would be my husband and I for our grandchildren.  I actually need 2 but if I got 1 then I’d just purchase the other.  I think the books are the BEST way to keep children you don’t see often enough alive with your voices.

    857. Tif says:

      I have been wanting to get one of these for my family up north to record for my 19 month old son…we just haven’t had the extra money because of my son being hospitalized numerous times due to his CF.  My son, husband, and I live hundreds of miles from all of my family and don’t get to see each other as much as we would like to and this book would absolutely be the perfect gift for my son…he would love it…and appreciate it…especially when he hears his MawMaw and PawPaws voice….so sweet!!!  Thanks! :)

    858. Jfill says:

      I would my wife’s grandfather read a story to my children.  Something for them to cherish hearing him tell a story.  We’re 9 hours away and don’t get to visit often.

    859. Krittenmarie says:

      I’d get my grandparents to record one for their great-grandchildren.  They won’t/can’t travel anymore and I’d love for my little crew to know their great-grandparents voice in a fun way!  :)

    860. Ttanman says:

      I love the idea of these story books.  I lost my father four years ago, and would have loved to have had this before he passed.  If I win one, I will have my mother read the story for my son.  Hope I win!!!

    861. Sandysciales says:

      Hi Jenny, First of all, thank you so much for all of the effort in putting this website together I have been able to save so much money to feed our family now that I have lost my job. 

      As for the book: We would have our daughter read the story and send the book to her grandfather who is in a assisted living  home in another state. Our daughter is his youngest grandchild and he would get such a kick out of hearing her read. She just started reading fluently. Her voice is animated and its so much fun hearing her read. I think it would make a neat gift for grandpa. :)

    862. Kenstice79 says:

      I would have my grandparents record it for my son and daughter. I think great-grandparents are super special in a child’s life. I would love to have their voices to listen to (and for my kids to listen to) always as they read!

    863. Kristing100 says:

      I would give it to my boyfriend who is a truck driver and is hardly ever at home.  I am just wishing and hoping he makes it home for Christmas and it would be something that he could take with him to enjoy! Won’t see him for another 3 weeks and it would be a gift to give him for the road!

    864. Mommyofqc says:

      I would love the Frosty the Snowman for my daughter. 

    865. Fae Ross says:

      What a great idea. My father is the only living granparent my kids have left, so I would love to have him record a story for them. Even if I don’t win I will use your idea. After losing my mother fours years ago ( when my daughter was a baby) I have learned to cherish these “little” things.

    866. Petitemitch says:

      I would have my kids grandmother read it to them. I was going to buy one for their grandfather for Christmas but he passed away in Sept. That made me realize I need a keepsake even if grandma lives nearby.

    867. Debbie Benjamin says:

      My Mom,she has 4 child,11 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.She is the BEST Mom and grandmother the world.When she come to visit half of us that live in Florida we are always fighting over her.She has a special relationship what each of us.It’s a big joke in our family which one of her granddaughters is her favorite, my daughter and niece are always going on I’m her favorite,no I’m her favorite.I’m her second daughter and I Know I’m her favorite.Her voice in a record book would be something we would treasure forever.

    868. Laura Ganas says:

      I have a 10 year-old daughter and a 6 year-old grandson (yes, I’m crazy).  I’d love to be able to record a book for them to have always.

    869. Alicia Vara says:

      I don’t nearly get to see my grandmother as often as I like because she lives so far. So I would love to have all my 3 kids participate in reading her a story.  My 13 yr old would be the main reader along with my 4 year old while my 2 yr old will be in charge of the sound effects and saying “Hiiiii”

    870. Steph says:

      My husband and I would record ourselves reading the story for our children.  

    871. Angela says:

      I would have my 92 yr old Grandmother read it for my kids.  They are 5 and 2.  I just keep hoping that they will remember her.  This will be a great way to help make sure. 

    872. Shigbee89 says:

      I would record a story for my twin nieces since I don’t get to see them as often as I would like.

    873. Jeremyandrobin03 says:

      I would have my husband read a story for our son. My hubby is so wonderful. He is a great dad and he is in the Navy. We never know when he will have to leave us for a while so it would be priceless to know that daddy could always read our son a Christmas story even if he is not home for the Holidays.

    874. Melanie Blair says:

      Since my parents live in Ohio and we live in North Carolina, I would have them record a story for my 3-year old son and 1-year old daughter.

    875. Nana06 says:

      I would have my husband record it for our grandchildren. He use to read Christmas books to our daughters when they were younger.

    876. Kelly says:

      I would let my mother and mother-in-law read the book to my granddaughter that was born last week, which is their great granddaughter..both of their husbands have passed away 6 months apart so we are not promised tomorrow..

    877. Gaylen5 says:

      I would have my m other read this to my niece.  She is very attached to her “nana” and would absolutely love it.

    878. Mrsmldp says:

      We have a 5, 4, and 3 yr old that have language delays and love to be read to since they are not on their age level for different reasons… their college brother or great grandparents would be the ideal ones to record it for them since they miss them the most :)

    879. Sheri says:

      I would have Grammy and Pa read a story for this holiday season, and those to come, for my little one.

    880. Westcobbmom says:

      My husband is 48 and has two grandmothers still living both are 92 years old. They have lived on their own until this year. We would have his Granny Georgia read to our 7 year old daughter Georgia Claire who was named after her Great Grandmother. We live 7 hours from our family so a book like this would be so special for us!

    881. Westcobbmom says:

      My husband is 48 and has two grandmothers still living both are 92 years old. They have lived on their own until this year. We would have his Granny Georgia read to our 7 year old daughter Georgia Claire who was named after her Great Grandmother. We live 7 hours from our family so a book like this would be so special for us!

    882. Mindy Srinivasan says:

      I would record my voice for the storybook.  I am away one week a month for work. It would be great for my kids to use while I am away.

    883. Kristen says:

      It would be a hard choice, but I’d probably have my grandma record her voice because she has alzheimer’s and probably won’t get to meet the kids I have oneday. I’d love my future kids to be able to hear her voice!

    884. Melissa S says:

      What a great idea!  My kids last grandparent is 92 years old, and what a wonderful thing for them to have forever.

    885. Neena says:

      I would have my mother record her voice for my daughter!

    886. Gigie says:

      Opa, the grandkids love for him to read to them.

    887. Janiesommers says:

      I would have my parents record it for my daughter. We dont live close to them and would love for them to be able to read her a story every night :)

    888. CB3 says:

      I would record the book in my voice.  My grandson thinks I am my mother whenever I call him.  I want to make sure he knows my voice is me and not his great-grandmother.I actually thought about buying one of this for him.  They are stationed in Germany and I don’t get to see them at all.  :(

    889. Stangirl83 says:

      My mother, my son loves when she reads him stores.

    890. Amy T says:

      Definitely my mother-in-law. I know it kills her to be 1,000 miles away from my kids and she would love to know she’s reading them a story from that far away.

    891. amanda beard says:

      My husband. He is active duty army. would be great for our 3 young kids to hear daddy read to them while he is deployed.

    892. Nxr013 says:

      I would have my parents record one for my daughter.

    893. Caroline says:

      I would love to have my mom record the book for my boys.

    894. Jonna_brinkley says:

      My dad, he use to be the one toread to us when we were little.

    895. Bcamomcheryl says:

      I would have my mom read to my four boys. My three year old and one year old love books; this would be a great grandma gift.

    896. Aimee says:

      My mother-in-law, she lives thousands and thousands of miles away and hardle gets to see our litle girl. Would love to have her read a christmas story to our daughter eveynight during the holiday season.

    897. Laduga says:

      I would have my Grammy who is my little girl’s great Grandmother

    898. RobinA says:

      I’d like for all of my family to read a few pages each for my neice.

    899. Babatts12 says:

      I would have my grandmother record her voice for my son. (my sons great grandmother) She is my sons only great grandparent left and I think it would be so neat for my son to have a book from her. She lives in Alabama and we only see them once a year! What a wonderful keepsake!

    900. Mkgil96 says:

      I would have my mom’s voice recorded on the book my husband is AF and we are stationed with no family nearby my kids miss my mom on a daily basis this bk i know would make their hearts happy just to hear her voice any time

    901. Melissa Hoyt says:

      I would love to record the very first christmas to my children. 

    902. beme2004 says:

      I would have my dad who is in poor health but very close to my kids read it. He has a great “reading” voice and I’d love to capture it before it’s too late.

    903. Naomi Stevens says:

      I would have my grandfather record a story for my children.  He is entering a nursing home after the holidays.  We are all very aware that this may be our last holiday with him.  I was planning on buying one for this purpose anyway.  It’s such a great gift idea.

    904. Monicagetty says:

      I would love this for my husband and I to record for our child in Korea that we are adopting!

    905. Kara G. says:

      I would love to record one for my daughters!

    906. Jennifer says:

      I would have my husband, mother and father all read one.  Dad for when he is out of town working and can’t tuck the kids in at night.  My mom and dad so we can always hear their voices.  They have been such a great part in helping raise our kids and are so loved by all of us!

    907. Jennifer Isrel says:

      I would love to record one with my daughter for her two cousins who live across the country. They would love this!
       

    908. Pambrad425 says:

      I would love to win the Charlie Brown Christmas recordable book to give to my 18 year old girl who is away at college for the first time this year.  She loves Linus on the Charlie Brown Cartoons, she has a childhoood blanket like the one Linus carries and we tease her about it and call it her Linus.  She would love for her family to give this top her this holiday to hear our voices when shes away at college.

    909. Ruthie says:

      That’s a hard decision!  I would love to have a book of my grandmother reading to my children but I would also love to send her a book of my 8 year old reading to her!

    910. Torie says:

      My grandfather who is 93 who loves his great grandsons and would love to have a way to continue to read to them long after he’s gone.

    911. Sabrina Terrill says:

      I would record along with my husband The Very First Christmas for my twin grandsons. This way the boys would have a special book from their grandparents to remember the true meaning of Christmas and also hear their grandparents voices when we are apart.
      SabrinaT

    912. Jemismom says:

      My mom lives in another state and would LOVE to get this as a gift. Thanks for the chance to win!

    913. Misse says:

      I would have my husband read one( firefighter that works 24hr shifts and will be working Christmas day this year). We read our little boy books every night before bed and that would be a nice surprise for daddy to read him a Christmas story!

    914. Susan says:

      I would have my mom record it for my kids since she lives 17 hours away.

    915. Susan says:

      I would have my mom record it for my kids since she lives 17 hours away.

    916. Cris says:

      For sure I would have my grandmother record the book for the kids (their great grandmother).

    917. Andrea Hoover says:

      I’d have my mom record a book for her grandkids.  they live in upstate ny and us in fl so would be nice for the kids to hear her voice more often

    918. Kristine1385 says:

      I would send this book to my mom to record for my daughter since she lives so far away, so that my daughter would be able to listen to her voice telling her a story anytime she wanted.

    919. Amanda says:

      I would have my great grandfather record the book for my 3 kids. It’s our last grandparent in the family, all the other’s have passed on now and would really like the opportunity to save the memory while we can. Thank you!

    920. Krazeymae says:

      I would have my daddy record a book for my boys. He’s 60 and has cancer. this would be a way that we’d be able the boys would know and hear his voice if and when Jesus takes him home.

    921. CJ says:

      Now I want lots of these because being 12 hours from home, I’d love my parents and my in laws to record one for my children. But right now, I’d have to say my truly amazing 101 year old grandfather. This would be a gift for my two girls, but also (secretly) for me.

    922. Alli415 says:

      I would have my grandmother read it to my future children.  My husband and I haven’t had children yet, and I hope and pray that our children will get to meet their great grandparents!  If not, what a great way to keep their memory alive!

    923. Jenl2613 says:

      I would love to win one of the recordable storybooks to add to my first grade classroom library!  I currently teach first grade at a low income school and this storybook would be a gift we would treasure year after year!  We currently have 12 books wrapped under our Christmas tree at school; we will unwrap one of the books each day leading up to the last 12 days of school.  We unwrap the books because reading is truly a GIFT to us!  I know that it would be WONDERFUL to have each of my students record a different sentence in the story.  We are working hard to learn how to read in first grade and this would be a wonderful, PERSONALIZED, read aloud that we could enjoy daily!  I know that my students would just LOVE hearing their voices read the story aloud!  

    924. Donna McCall says:

      i would love to have to record for my grand niece and nephew, who are so precious to me.

    925. Anonymous says:

      The GRANNY!  Who else?

    926. Crumplerc61 says:

      I would have my mother in law who is 82 years young record a story for her first and only grand child who is 23 months old. That way he would have someway to remember her. I would also take a picture of the two of them and attach it inside the cover of the book, so has he grows up he can see his picture with grandmother.

    927. Sandra Bumgardner says:

      I would like my two granddaughters to read a story for their worker who works on an off shore oil rig and will not be home for children.  This would make him so happy to hear his 6 and 8 years voices reading a christmas book to  him in their own  voices.  Sweetest thing that could happen.

      • Sandra Bumgadner says:

        Written incorrectly.  Should have stated that I would like my two granddaghters to read a story for their father who works on an off shore oil rig and can not be home for Christmas this year for his children.  This opportunity would make him so happy to hear his 6 and 8 year old daughters voices while he is reading the books for christmas.  This would be the sweetest gift he could receive.

    928. Thepierces says:

      Would love to have my grandmother record one for my children.

    929. Tordaikl says:

      Would love for my Oma to do this for my two little ones :)

    930. Christy says:

      I would love for my second grade daughter to record this for her grandparents that live 12 hours away. I;m sure that this would be a great gift that they would treasure forever!

    931. kim says:

      I would record it and send it to my little sis who is due with her second little one Dec.2. She lives in Ohio and we are in Alabama so it would be extra special.

    932. Lori says:

      I would have my grandmother record one for my kiddos

      • Rebecca says:

        I would have my mother and I record it together for my son.  That way years later, three generations maybe even four can enjoy it even if some have passed away – as if my mom and I were there in spirit.

    933. Jennapatrick8 says:

      My husbands grandmother!  She watches them all the time, but I know they would want her to be around forever.

    934. Shelley71 says:

      I would have my mom and dad record their voices for my boys.  I wish they would have had these when I was little, what a great idea!! 

    935. Shelley71 says:

      I would have my mom and dad record their voices for my boys.  I wish they would have had these when I was little, what a great idea!! 

    936. I’d have my sister record one for my niece

    937. TristaW says:

      I would have my husband’s grandma record her voice. It would really touch her.

    938. ahill says:

      My daughter just talked about sending one of these to her grandparents.  She would love doing this!

    939. Jackie Barker says:

      I would have my wonderful mother-in-law record the book for my children. She is in the last stages of terminal tonsil cancer. Her voice is failing every day, I want my 2 children (and one on the way) to remember what she sounded like. I wish they had books like this 30 years ago before my dad passed! I don’t remember what his voice sounded like. 

    940. Alyssa L. says:

      We would give them to our godchildren’s parents.

    941. Michelle M says:

      I would have my grandmother record it for my neice and nephew

    942. Amanda Gill88 says:

      mmymy father for my Kids, as he passed away almost 3 years ago

    943. Amanda Gill88 says:

      mmymy father for my Kids, as he passed away almost 3 years ago

    944. Amanda Gill88 says:

      mmymy father for my Kids, as he passed away almost 3 years ago

    945. Sreaves30 says:

      i would love for my daughter to record this for her grandmother.

    946. Sreaves30 says:

      i would love for my daughter to record this for her grandmother.

    947. Emily Hunt says:

      I would definitely have my mother record the story for my children.  She has breast cancer (almost a 12 year survivor) and we don’t know how much longer we’ll have her around.  What a gift having her voice around forever would be for me and for my children!!!

    948. Amy says:

      I’ve been looking for these books. My mom wanted to read one for our kids and I would love to win one for her.

    949. Linda says:

      Honestly, I’d give it to my next door neighbor.  She has 4 kids (ages 9 and under) and their dad is in the army and overseas for 15 months.  I’d give it to her and let her kids read it and send it to her husband.  I know – I totally stole the idea from the commercial, but I love it!

    950. Mandie0654 says:

      I have seen these in the stores and think it is the most wonderful gift. I think it would be a great thing to pass down to children.

    951. SciFiMom says:

      My Mom… for my kids :)

    952. Amanda says:

      I would get my mom to read it. My kids only have my mom and dad left as grandparents and I wish I would have had this for there other grandmother.

    953. Mblalock says:

      I would have my mother record it since she lives out of town and doesn’t get to see her grandson as much as we would all like.

    954. Teri says:

      I would record the story for my girls.

    955. Bjessa says:

      I will record a story for my daughter

    956. Michelle says:

      That is a precious idea and I got teary eyed reading you talking about me teary eyed.  I would either have my kids grandmother or Nana read the book to them.  Wow.

    957. Anna says:

      I would have my daughter read the story:)

    958. Lauriec55 says:

      I would have my husbands family here in SC record the story for our new little niece/granddaughter/etc. since she lives in TN we don’t get to see her often so it would be great so she would know our voices.

    959. Kim says:

      I would definately get my husband to record a story for our daughters. He is in the Army and yet another deployment is inevitable. I know they girls would use it over and over, especially if he were away. The last time he deployed, he make videos of him reading them books… these books would be just as special!

    960. Rosa_107 says:

      I would like to record a story for my child as I would like for her to keep it to pass down to her children and so on.

    961. Valerie Barber says:

      I’d have my mom, dad, and brother record a story for my little girls! They love their Grandma, Grandpa, and Uncle CJ.

    962. Naomitresscobbsummers says:

      I would have my mother record for my children.  She just recovered from breast cancer.  The experience has led me to really see that she will not be here always.  

    963. Jamitim says:

      I would record the book for my 3 children!

    964. Gmp7692 says:

      I would love to have my parents read a story together to give to my son so he could hear their voice when he goes to bed even though they live far away.

    965. militarywife says:

      Probably daddy, so he can read them a book even when he’s away for army duty.

    966. Bwesson0520 says:

      I would have my mom record it for my daughter.

    967. Sweet_innocent62 says:

      My soon to be husband for later when we have children.

    968. Hollie says:

      I would have my husband read it. He travels often and the kids would love to hear him at bedtime

    969. Sabrina Johnson says:

      I would have my husband record the storybook for two reasons:
      1. Christmas is a HUGE tradition and means a lot to him.
      2. He is in the army and it would record a voice for my son to cherish when daddy’s away.

    970. Lady Tupperware says:

      I would give it to my husband to read to my children.

    971. Christy says:

      I would record the story in my most interesting and articlate voice possible for my children to laugh and giggle too for years to come…

    972. Auberella says:

      My grandmother recorded one for my son for his last birthday, and he loves it.  My husband and I almost bought one for my son last weekend, but we decided not to… so we would love to record one for him this Christmas!  Thanks for the chance to win one!  

    973. Joey says:

      I would have my Dad record, he’s getting older, and my kids LOVE his voice. They all perk up when they hear their PopPop.

    974. Michelletrahan1972 says:

      I think my mother who lives in a different state then us would really enjoy hearing her only two grandkids read her a book .

    975. Felicia Ramirez says:

      We would jointly record a book for our 2-yr old grandson who is about to move out with his mommy. They’ve lived with us since she was carrying him — it’s time they have their space and own place to call home…we would love for him to have the ability to pick up a book and hear the love in our hearts and in our voice. Thanks for the chance!

    976. Savannah Loxiong says:

      I would love for my son to record it for his baby sister.

    977. Karingjones says:

      My Mom…these are great!

    978. MagMoo says:

      I would have my grandmother record the book for her great-grandchildren.  She is an incredibly strong, caring woman whom we have visited every Thursday for lunch since my first child was born.  Hearing her voice would remind my children of these special visits with their great-grandmother even after she is gone.

    979. angie says:

      I would have my kids record the story for their grandmother.

    980. Cindy says:

      My husband and I would record it for our grandsons.

    981. Em_clark says:

      I would have my 7 yo son record one for his grandparents that live out of state.  That way they would be able to hear his sweet voice whenever they wanted too!

    982. Laurajcrabb says:

      My Daddy…”Pappy” to my little girl. They live 6 hours away and we won’t get to see him for Christmas this year.

    983. Apriloking says:

      I would have my mom and dad record a book for my 3 kids.. it would be treasured forever.

    984. jean says:

      My husband & i would record for our girls!

    985. Jennifer says:

      I would have my grandmother record the book for my son.

    986. Bri says:

      I would love to record a story for my son. It would be something he could hold onto forever. He looooooves books so this would be an awesome present for him. :)

    987. I would have my Nana record one for my 6, 5, and 3 year olds.

    988. Ann says:

      I would have to give it to my grandmother to read it to my 3 children, She has held my family together throughout her life and my children adore her we go over there every weekend and stay with her because she has Cancer and the Drs say she only has until January to live because they can’t stop it from spreading she has been battling this for a year now and she isnt able to play with the children like she used to and it hurts her soo  much she cries when the kids want her to get up and play and she cant. This would mean alot to her and my children.

    989. Lizzy1145 says:

      Mimi for Charlotte, my three yr old

    990. Whitts3 says:

      I would love to have my mom record the story on “The Very First Christmas”.  Even though my son is older…this would still be a treasure to have!

    991. Mhardin4147 says:

      I would have my husband read it for our daughter. He works out of town every week. He’s ony home 1-2 days a week. Even though our daughter is only 17 months old she misses her daddy. It would be so cool for her to atleast be able to hear his voice.

    992. I would love to record my voice for my grandson in The Hallmark recordable storybook he was actually born December 25,2010 after losing my only son December 5, 2010 my grandson means the world to me and we have a tradition in our family no matter what we are doing the night Frosty and Rudolf comes on the entire family is watching them and eating popcorn with hot chocolate…..I plan on keeping these traditions with my grandson and three girls!

    993. Ginnydyoung says:

      I would love for my mother to have a chance to leave a treasure for my children. She is battling a brain tumor and would love for the opportunity to have her read to my child and future children.

      Ginny

    994. Liz says:

      My dad – At 84 years old I so so want my kids to be able to be able to have a little bit of grandpa forever

    995. Peggy says:

      I would have each of my 4 children read part of the book for their grandparents who live out of state. It would make their grandparents so happy to be able to hear their grandchilren’s voices. 

    996. Wendy Whitfield says:

      I would like to have my mother read the story for my 4yr. old son.

    997. reg says:

      My 82 year-old mother has her first two great grandchildren. Jackson is two years old and his little sister, Lauren, is 5 months. “The Very First Christmas” would be the story that she would most want to read to them, as she is a good Christian woman, who could tell the Christmas story easily from her heart. She can’t run after the two-year-old but she can hold the baby and read!

    998. Rking59 says:

      I would love to have one so that I could record it with different character voices for my grand kids… I know they would get a kick out of it just to know, not only was it a Charlie Brown book, but it had the voice of their Nana reading it…………

    999. Freeforme222 says:

      I would have my six year old read it for my dad. He lives half way across the country and they never get to see each other. My dad is missing out on so much of my sons childhood, which is so sad for me to think about. My son just started reading pretty well and I would love to let my dad experience it. I am unemployed and if we buy anything for Christmas it will be for my son.

    1000. Brenda says:

      I would record it for my girlfriend’s daughter.

    1001. Kathyneff says:

      i would record a box for my little 6 month old granddaughter

    1002. KelliS says:

      I’ve already bought a story book for my mom to record.  I need one for my dad!

    1003. Spring says:

      I would give this to my mom (Nana) so she could record it for my son. Thanks so much!

    1004. Hrifkin says:

      I would have my grammy, (my kids great grandmother) read the story. We are going home for christmas this year as a special gift to her and it would be perfect for her to record then…

    1005. pamela says:

      i guess i would record the story for my 3 yr old! he loves books!! 

    1006. jfcolt says:

      My mother in law would love to record one of these for our kids!  

    1007. Stacy says:

      I absolutely love your idea.  I would love to get my 83 year old grandmother to record the story for my children.  What a treasure that would be!!!  Thanks!

    1008. J. Valenzuela says:

      I want to hang on to her little voice. I’d record my 6 year old reading the book.

    1009. Pebblesauctions says:

      im a new grandpa and i would love to record on one for me new grandson

    1010. Qtkirst7 says:

      I would send it to my husband, overseas, so he could record himself reading to our girls!

    1011. Teach_ashlee says:

      I’d love to have my mom record it for my sons.

    1012. 5alexanders says:

      I have a brand new grandson. So I would record it for him.

    1013. Ken says:

       I would record my two sons reading the book, to have forever.

    1014. Ytearle says:

      I would have my parents read it to my niece.

    1015. RachelM says:

      I’d love for my grandmother to record a story for the kids. She is the only great grandparent left on either side of our family. Besides, she is an excellent story teller!

    1016. Rebecca says:

      I would have my mother and I record it together for my son. That way years later, three generations maybe even four can enjoy it even if some have passed away – as if my mom and I were there in spirit.

    1017. Brystol1 says:

      My father and Mother-In-Law are both terminally ill. I would have them read the books for their great grandchildren.

    1018. Taylor Rowan says:

      My husband and I would record it for our new niece and nephew who live 13 hours away so they could have us nearby at all times.

    1019. April T says:

      I would love to have my mother and mother in law record a story together for my daughter.  I still have tape casettes from my grandmother that we would send back and forth.  They are a great treasure and I love that my daughter gets to hear her great grandmother tell her stories.

    1020. Candace says:

      i would have my niece record the story onto the book. my kids are so attached to her and loved spending time with their favorite aunty :)

    1021. Ari21 says:

      A wonderful gift for my Mother to record for the Great Grandchildren.

    1022. mel says:

      My grandmother- I wish I had done this with my Papa but a stroke took that chance from me and now I will not miss the opp to let my Mimi read it for my sweet baby girl!

    1023. Hpeavy says:

      I would definitely have my mother in law read it for my children.  In the past, we talked about having my mother record one for my children and we never did it.  She passed away 1 1/2 years ago and now I regret not having it for my children to listen to.  I do not want to pass up the opportunity again with their other grandmother.

    1024. Janice9 says:

      I would record this for my grandchildren. I’ve always wanted to do this!

    1025. Melanie H says:

      I would have my husband read the book for my 2 little kids before he deploys in January. They would love this!

    1026. Ngking15 says:

      I have a big family and they always get together for the holidays. This year I’d have the whole family record parts of The Very First Christmas for my kids. I think it would make a nice memory.

    1027. Shonda says:

      Adding to the 988 comments— but I’d love the book for Grandma in Chicago to read to her only grandchildren (my DDs) in Atlanta

    1028. Hollywinn says:

      Wow, 990 comments – this is a hot item.  I’d love to have one to read to my children.  Technology is so awesome these days, it would wonderful to have this special memory.

    1029. GAmommyof3 says:

      I would record it for my toddler for him to have while I am at work

    1030. Kristen H says:

      I would love to have this for my daughter. I would love to record various family members reading different parts of it.  What a treasured gift!

    1031. Lori says:

      I would love to have a recording of my mom and dad reading a book to my two-year-old son and soon-to-be-here daughter.  What a special keepsake!

    1032. Grandma Pam says:

      I would love for my husband and I to read and record a book for our newest granddaughter. 

    1033. sue says:

      My husband for his grandkids

    1034. Melpink531 says:

      I would love for my father to record the story for my boys who are almost 9 and 3. They hardly get to see him and know it would be very special for them and for him :)

    1035. MEW says:

      This would be great for my dad to read to his grandkids.  Thanks!

    1036. Anonymous says:

      I have been after my mother and daddy both to record one of these for my nephews, especially the youngest who loves being read to.  So I would give it to my parents to record and give to my nephews.

    1037. Rachel says:

      I want the very first Christmas book, and I want my Aunt and Uncle to read it so I can give it to their grandchildren.  My Aunt and Uncle are missionaries in Haiti and miss out so much of their grandkids lives, this would be great.

    1038. Lctaurel says:

      I would give it to my in-laws to record for my kids, 7 yr old twins and a 4 yr old. More so because my mother- in-law had a couple close calls having heart issues
      Lenora

    1039. Ashley S. says:

      My mom just told me the other day that she’d love to do one of these for our son! Thanks for the giveaway!

    1040. PoohbearB says:

      I would have my parents record the story.

    1041. Avasmommy912 says:

      I would have my grandma read the story for my little girl. She has always told the best stories and read the best books. I am lucky that I still have a grandma and even more blessed that she is making memories with my daughter.

    1042. croppinmama says:

      This would be an awesome gift for my father-in-law to record himself reading for his 5 grandchildren, as Dad has Alzheimer’s and someday won’t be able to do that…

    1043. Seymourcathy says:

      i would read all three of the books, one for each grandchild that lives in canada and i am get to visit them once a year, a way for them to know i am with them at all times throughout the year

    1044. Virginia Burgess says:

      I have been wanting to get one of these for my cousin April.  April is in her thirties and lives in a facility for severly mentally handicapped people.  My Aunt always struggles to find gifts for her but she loves looking at books with pictures and turning the pages.  My Aunt goes to see her each week but has a hard time being away from her so much.  This would be perfect to let her record a story and have it for April to hear her voice anytime she wanted.

    1045. Bamagurlqt07 says:

      I am 22 and live in Alabama, so I don’t get to see my mom or baby sister much. She just turned two and LOVES books! I would love to record a story for her that she could have so maybe she will remember my voice from something other than phone calls! Thanks :)

    1046. Cindy Dickerson says:

      I have looked at these books in Hallmark and always wished I had enough money to purchase one for my granddaughter.  I would love to win a book to give to her as something special from Grandma.  Thank you for the chance!  Cindy

    1047. Cwwteachermom says:

      I would have my Mom and Dad read the story – what a great idea!

    1048. Karencanup says:

      My 6 year old would read the book to her Nanny. We just lost Grandpa last month and the girls Nanny lives 2 hours away. It would be a great gift for her this Christmas!

    1049. Anonymous says:

      I would love to read the book for my 2 sets of grandbabies. They love when I read to them and it would be awesome to be able to read to them at bedtime since I am not there when they go to bed.

    1050. $SavinMom says:

      I would read the book for my kids since they have several read by grandma!

    1051. Melissa S. says:

      My mom.  I have a 7 year old with special needs and her favorite thing is to have nana read her a book. :)

    1052. Mrs.Purse says:

      These are such great books. My husband and I have started buying these for our nieces and nephews for their 1st birthdays (we had 3 born last year).

    1053. Melissa says:

      My kids Aunt Tina that lives three states away – we only get to see her once every couple of years and the kids miss her terribly!

    1054. Nazokatt says:

      My parents, they live halfway around the globe and this recording would mean a lot to my girls.

    1055. Robin Banks says:

      I would love to have a chance to win one of the fantastic books to read to my grand children.  I live so far away from them and not able to see them as much as I would like. This would be so wonderful for them to be able to hear me read them a story each night.  Each time I see them they all bring me their books and sit in my lap until I read each one at least three times!  Love them and miss them so much! 

    1056. Joan says:

      I would get MiMi (my 86 year old mother-in-law) to read it to my granddaughter, who is almost two.

    1057. Khutch912 says:

      I would have my grandmother who is 88 and lives 5 hours away record one for my children who are 2 and 4.  She is an amazing woman, but her health is failing.  It pains me that my kids probably won’t know this woman who has so much wisdom.  She left her farming family and became the first to get a college degree and then went on to get her doctorate.  She has always given to those who she saw with a need.  I would love for my little ones to hear her voice telling one of these great stories.

    1058. Babybearkjb says:

      My granddaughter would love to be able the hear her “Mamaw” read to her.  She “talks” to me on the phone.  Can’t understand her yet, but she does.  I think she’d like to be able to hear her “Mamaw” anytime she wants to!

    1059. I would definitely ask my parents to record the story. My kids only get to see their grandparents about once a year. This would help them feel close to them on a daily basis.

    1060. Karen W. says:

      I would love to have my mother record a story for my children (her grandchildren).  This would be a wonderful way to listen to her voice for years to come.

    1061. Heather says:

      I would have my husband record the story for my daughter. He is getting ready to deploy to Afghanistan therefore it would be a way for a piece of him to be here with us during the holidays :)

    1062. Sandym says:

      I would read the story to my future grandchild.

    1063. tuchic says:

      I would have my mom record the story for my children. Charlie Brown is her favorite (I even have “Christmas Time is Here” as her ringtone). I think that would be a magical memory for them all! 

    1064. Sclinequilts says:

      my kids would read it to my husband who is getting ready for deployment.:(

    1065. parksmom says:

      I would have my 16 year old son, who has autism and is developmentally delayed read for his brother who is a Marine stationed in Japan.

    1066. Sandy565 says:

      I would record a book for my niece!

    1067. KarenL says:

      Oh how fun and great would this be for years to come.  I would get my son, my mom and I to all record it.  All of us love Christmas and get so excited for the Christmas specials.  Every year I wrapped 25 Christmas books and starting Dec 1 my son picks one to unwrap and read each night.  Its been a fun tradition and one of these would be a great addition for years from now to have this memory recorded, especially the Charlie Brown-thats his favorite Christmas special.  Great giveaway…..

    1068. KarenL says:

      Oh how fun and great would this be for years to come.  I would get my son, my mom and I to all record it.  All of us love Christmas and get so excited for the Christmas specials.  Every year I wrapped 25 Christmas books and starting Dec 1 my son picks one to unwrap and read each night.  Its been a fun tradition and one of these would be a great addition for years from now to have this memory recorded, especially the Charlie Brown-thats his favorite Christmas special.  Great giveaway…..

    1069. Kathy L. says:

      Oh I would give one to my grandson. I gave one to my granddaughter last year when they moved away and she loves it!

    1070. Kathy L. says:

      Oh I would give one to my grandson. I gave one to my granddaughter last year when they moved away and she loves it!

    1071. Kkeyes says:

      I would have my husband read it as he uses a great variety of voices while reading stories to our son. He loves it!

    1072. Kkeyes says:

      I would have my husband read it as he uses a great variety of voices while reading stories to our son. He loves it!

    1073. Sami Stevens says:

      I would have my son and daughter to record on it for their meme (their grandmother). She had lived with us for over 6 years and just recently moved out to take care of her father who is elderly and needs constant care. She dearly misses her grandbabies and they miss her too!! She could always hear their voice when she wanted to. Thanks!

    1074. Wendy says:

      I would record the story to give to my grandchildren.  They mean the world to me and are my everything.

    1075. Jennifer says:

      I would have my mom record the story for my sister’s children.

    1076. Andrea says:

      My husband is a pilot and works on the holidays.  I would have him record the story so my 4 year old and 18 month old could hear their daddy’s voice on Christmas day. 

    1077. Robin says:

      I would have my childrens great grandmother who is 98 record it for her grandchildren and great grandchildren to have the memories of her reading to them forever.

    1078. Krystle says:

      I would have my husband, who is gone 2/3 of the year with work, record it for our 4 children (ages 8, 3, 2, and 1).

    1079. Diana says:

      I would record these books myself for my children and grandchildren to have when I am no longer here.

    1080. Amy says:

      I would love to record a story for my daughter Lucy.. especially with the Peanuts book!

    1081. Dena Oliver says:

      Me and my husband would record the story of the first Christmas to our grandson that lives about 16 hours away so he would know our voices and the real meaning of Christmas!

    1082. Anita says:

      I would record one for my granddaughters. They live quite a ways from me they love for me to call them so they can hear my voice. If I recorded them a story they could hear my voice and a great story too.

    1083. Sydspencer2 says:

       I would have my kids record one for their grandmother

    1084. Beckylayhew says:

      I would have my grandfather tell “The Very First Christmas”  he was a Great Christian man who Loved the Lord, however since he is gone to be with Jesus I will have my Dad tell it.  This way my kids will be able to have their Granddaddy tell their kids about the First Christmas just in case he isn’t here to do it in person. :’)

    1085. danyelle says:

      I’d have my husband’s mom record one for the kids.

    1086. tracy says:

      I would have my mom record it for my daughter. I would love to be able to hear my grandmother’s voice since she has been gone for so many years! These are wonderful product.

    1087. Coreen says:

      I would give this to my friend Lisa whose mom is not expected to live much longer.  This family is tight on $ and she just mentioned to me that for Christmas her mom’s one request was to be able to record her reading a story for each of her grandkids… I think there are two.  If I am the lucky winner, it would be a thrill and a joy to make this wish come true for my friend’s mom. 

    1088. KimT says:

      I would have loved to have had my father record a story book for me. He died when I was 14 and what a treasure it would be to have this today.

    1089. Danielle m. says:

      I have a friend Lisa whose mom is not expected to live much longer due to cancer. I would give this to her for her mama to record a message for her granddaughters before she passes.

    1090. Robyn says:

      I would give them to my friend Lisa whose mother is dying of cancer and wants to record some stories for her granddaughters to have when she is not around. The family cannot afford to purchase them. I would absolutely love to be able to bless this sweet family!

    1091. Dakota16901 says:

      I would have my step-mom read the book so that my little guy can hear her voice even though she is miles away.

    1092. Jenniferj477 says:

      I would have my husband record the story for my daughters.  They love to hear books read to them and this would be a great idea.

    1093. Sheenabsb says:

      I would record and give to 3 little boys in my neighborhood that call me grandma haha

    1094. Mike risheill says:

      I will record for my new granddaughter.

    1095. jrickerhagler says:

      I would love to have my daughter (5 years old) record one for her Grandparents who live in VT! Excellent gift:)

    1096. Shirleyhudnall says:

      I would record and send to my 4 grandkids who are 6 mths, 2 yrs , 6 yrs and 8yrs, they have always been near me until now, their dad is being deployed to Afganastan so they had to move to Fort carsen for his combat training, this will be our first time apart for Christmas and I would love to send them a book with my voice..I have no money to buy one but would be so blessed if I got picked..Thanks a Grandmother in Oregon

    1097. Dhayagarvin says:

      My family lives in Malaysia… my girls don’t get to see my parents or my brother.. and it gets tough sometimes, especially during the holidays such as Christmas… i would have my parents read a book for my girls.

    1098. Brundages6 says:

       I would love to give one to my friend Lisa, her mother is dieing of cancer and lives in another state. I believe it would be a great present for her to give her mother.

    1099. Dena says:

      I would record the story in my voice and send it to my godson.

    1100. Kakamommy says:

      My daughter is 19 now, but I would love to give her a recordable storybook so we could remember reading Christmas stories when she was little.  She is an excellent reader today and i think I was all those bedtime stories I read her when she was little.  Help us steph back in time this Christmas.

    1101. Julie says:

      My sister is a story-reading nut and would absolutely flip for this!

    1102. Tracy East22 says:

      What a fabulous giveaway! I have a friend who has a mother living in another state who is dying of cancer. She told me that her mother (who is currently living on disability) wants to be able to give a recording of her reading a story to each of her grandkids for christmas so they have it to remember her by. Because of money being tight they were going to do it on a DVD and buy a story book to accompany. What a precious gift this would be for her!

    1103. JessicaN says:

      Such a special thing to be able to hear loved ones voices after they’re gone. I was just looking at these on Hallmark’s website. How awesome! Same as everyone else, we’ll have a grandparent record these stories so we can have a piece of them with us after they’re gone!

    1104. Michelle says:

      My twin granddaughters would love one, and I would have their mom, me (Nana) and their great grandmother each record part of the story so they would have the three generations reading to them!

    1105. Luke and Nolan's Mommy says:

      We have a few of these books and my boys are obsessed with them! They are the best! We would love to have another! Their grandparents would record the story for them since they live out of town…my boys would love to hear their voices everyday!!!

    1106. Yvette says:

      If I won I would give it to my brand new shiny grandson Shane on his first Christmas. I know it’s random but the story of the first christmas on his first christmas would be so special.

    1107. Jenniferjstanford says:

      I would have my 84 yo mother-in-law read it to my 2 yo daughter.  My MIL has Alzheimer’s and lives with us.  There will soon be a time that they cannot share their special reading time together, and I want my daughter to be able to remember he Ganny when she’s older. 

    1108. tiffany says:

      i would have may grandfather record it to my 5 yr old he would love to hear his papa read to him :)

    1109. Kfm says:

      My grandmother to read to the kids

    1110. Luvjeffbates says:

      I would like to read to my grandson

    1111. Laura says:

      I’d like my 80-year-old mother-in-law to read to her grandchildren.

    1112. Su@TheIntentionalHome says:

      Oh what a treat! Thanks for the generous giveaway!!  Since all my family is in town and we get to see everyone often, I would give this to a friend whose mom is far away and not expected to live much longer (cancer) so that the mom (grandmom) could record the story for her granddaughter.

    1113. Jdudak says:

      My children have great-grandparents that are 90 and 91 and we are all very close.  I would love to give them this gift so they can bring back great memories.

    1114. BKEG says:

      I would have my Nana record a story for my children, her great-grandchildren.  She won’t be around forever.  A wonderful present for them and me.

    1115. LRUSSELL277 says:

      I would love to have one of these since it will be my Grandson’s first Christmas.  This would make a great book for memory.

    1116. MaryJ says:

      I would love to get together with my sister and sister-in-laws to record a book for our nieces and nephews.  I live 500 miles away from them and would love to be able to connect with them during Christmas, even when I’m not there. 

    1117. Trekgirltracy says:

      My mother will be 83 years old on Dec. 3 and she is the person I would have record the story.  In addition to her own grown children, she has 3 grown grandchildren and 5 small great-grandchildren.  Her health is not good and she may not be with us much longer, but we are all so close to her that this would be something we all would cherish.  From her 56 year old son all the way down to her 1 year old great-grandson, this would be a priceless treasure for all of us.

    1118. micahswifey says:

      Without a doubt, I would have my grandfather recorded reading one a story.  He still very young (68, I think) and was diagnosed with IPF (a disease that will ultimately shut down his organs) almost 2 years ago.  My first child is due in July and I do not know if they will ever meet.  He is one of the most wonderful people in my life and I would love more than anything for my future children to have this awesome opportunity to hear him read them a story.  It would mean so much to me.

    1119. Marie148 says:

      Would have my Mom read one to give to my 6 year old son. She loves Charlie Brown so that one would be extra special.

    1120. LThompson says:

      I would have my mom record Frosty the Snowman for my 2 boys.

    1121. Leah says:

      My son would love to have a recordable storybook because he loves to read! I would record his own voice reading it and he’d get a kick out of it!

    1122. Tamara Renfrow says:

      We would love to try a recordable book!

    1123. Cscathcart says:

      I have several people I would love to record.  Either one of the grandmas would be great.  I would be wonderful to get either of my sister-in-laws too.  One lives in Texas (a long way from South Carolina) and the other lives in China (just a bit further west of Texas).  It would be great to give any of their voices a permanent place in our home and holidays.

    1124. Heather says:

      My Grandmother, my daughter’s great grandmother!

    1125. Moosrus91 says:

      “(to confess I’m crying just as I type this).” My confession….I had to tear just reading your post.

    1126. Shawnfullcircle says:

      Would love to have my Mother record

    1127. Lynner4 says:

      I worry that my parents aren’t going to be around for Great Grandchildren but would love to have their voices around for them.  I was going to start buying these to get a collection going but they are expensive.

    1128. Jennifer says:

      I’d have my parents record a story for my baby girl ;-)

    1129. Melissa says:

      I would love a Hallmark recordable story book for my niece!  I can just see her face light up when she opened the book and heard my voice! : )

    1130. Jacki says:

      I’d give it to my brother who’s a Marine to record for his 4 kiddies. :)

    1131. Debbie says:

      I was blessed with 2 new grandbabies this year.  The oldest will be 11 mo. old by Christmas and already loves to be read to. I have been looking at these so I can record the story in my voice for him to listen to when I am not there to read to him in person.  The youngest grandchild will only be about 2 ½ mo. old by Christmas, but I am thinking about getting one for her as well as a keepsake. I’ve seen the Charlie Brown Christmas Book and think it is great, but I have always loved the story of Frosty the Snowman and it would be awesome if I could win it for one of them. Thank you Hallmark and Southern Savers for a chance to win one.

    1132. Jhudson says:

      i would love to have one so my 9 yr old could record herself reading as a gift to her Grandma who really is the one who taught her to read for Christmas.

    1133. Monika says:

      I would love to have my mom and dad record their voices for my boys. They live in Germany and we only see them every 5 years.

    1134. LindaAnne says:

      I would like my Honey to record a story for our granbabies!  = )

    1135. Rickandteresa says:

      My husband so my girls can always hear their daddys voice..even when he is at work late at night.

    1136. Cheryl W. says:

      My husband because his nieces and nephews thinks he the BEST UNCLE EVER!

    1137. Tammy N. says:

      The commercials for this one gets me every time!  I was just thinking of buying one for my toddler, he would love it!

    1138. Kwirtley says:

      I would give it to a military family so they could share it with a loved one overseas.

    1139. amber says:

      i would record it myself, for my niece

    1140. Vandahms says:

      I would have my children record their voice, as they are growing up so fast! Would be neat to play it back over the upcoming years!

    1141. Katiebug says:

      I would give the book to my best friend. Her husband is overseas with the Army and it would be an amazing gift for their two little ones to hear their daddy whenever they’d like.

    1142. Dpierce15 says:

      My nephew recently came back from Afghanistan.  He is stationed in Texas for now.  He has two sons that live with their grandmother in Alabama.  I would love for him to be able to read them a story so they could hear it when he is not around.  Thanks for the opportunity.

    1143. Dpierce15 says:

      My nephew recently came back from Afghanistan.  He is stationed in Texas for now.  He has two sons that live with their grandmother in Alabama.  I would love for him to be able to read them a story so they could hear it when he is not around.  Thanks for the opportunity.

    1144. Jenni H says:

      ~ I would have my daughter read this book who is at present expecting her first child, who is also a daughter … How wonderful to love before existence and how special would it be to show that love and be able to read this to her after her life begins for every Christmas thereafter…and the story to be told before her very first sweet breath.  

    1145. Heather says:

      I would have my husband record the story for our 2 year old son. My husband is currently away in Arizona (we live in GA) at AIT school for the army. I know my son would love to hear a story from his daddy every night.

    1146. Lps48 says:

      I would get my Mother to record the story for my 2 grandchildren plus 1 due in March, 2012. My Mother is 80 and not in good health. Her great- grand children live 2 hours away. She is not able to travel, but keeps up with them daily. She is on a fixed income and would cherish the book to give to the great-grandkids.  Thanks!!!!

    1147. Chandlerservicesllc says:

      Well, I would definitely have my mother record the story. My mother is a recovering prescription addict. She has had 3 strokes, seizures, ischemic colon, kidney failure, a bifemoral bypass, etc. I am only 28 and have been caring for her for the last 9 years. She has had a rough time, and I would want to hear it for myself. I am finally meeting my mother- experiencing things I had never saw of her before. Plus,l  am engaged, and hopefully one day will have kids. I want them to have a piece of her for what she is. A survivor.

    1148. Tmcentee3453 says:

      i would have my brother record the story…my boys are crazy about him and it would be another way to have him around all the time for them

    1149. Shirleyhudnall says:

      Is this contest still going on?  I would like to enter again if so..I would really love one of these, especially the Christian one, my grandkids just started going to church and the Story of Christmas would be a great way for me the grandma to help instill Christ in their hearts year round

    1150. QRoyes says:

      I would have my 6 year daughter record it so she can see how far she has progressed with reading every year!

    1151. Sharonmorrison38 says:

      I would have my brother record the story for my one year old daughter.  He lives in Colorado and we don’t get to visit often and I really want my daughter to know her uncle.  I was told that I would never be able to have children, so when at 38 I discovered I was pregnant……well you can imagine the joy and surprise in our family.  She is such a blessing to all of  us.

    1152. Michelle says:

      My soon to be 16 year old daughter asked me to get one of these for her and have my parents read some of it and my husband and I read the rest so that when she has children, they can hear their great grand parents and grandparents voices. She would then pass it down to them and so on. Like a family heirloom

    1153. Logan Rhonda says:

      I would have my 82 year mother record it for her great grandson.  He lives too far away for her to see him often.  She can not travel and they can rarely come here.  Mother is a retired english/literature teacher that loves reading and encouraging reading to kids.

    1154. jessica says:

      I would have my Kids record it and sent it to my parents who don’t get to see them very often

    1155. Danielle says:

      I would have my mom read it. She lives far away and my babies love her so much!! It would be so special to hear her read the Christmas story every night. It would also be for me.. I have to admit that I miss her too!

    1156. Anna says:

      My father-in-law

    1157. Scsaver2010 says:

      My dad. He is my 4 yr old’s best friend.

    1158. Rdnckwhite says:

      I would love for my husband to read a story since he works a lot out of the home, my son and i who is two can sit down and listen to the story and he would be able to hear his dads voice.

    1159. Jwynelle says:

      I would love to read a story on the story book to send to my 9 year old daughter so she’d have my voice everyday with her. She and I miss each other tremendously and hope this situation will get turned around but until then, this would be a wonderful present to her!

    1160. Barbara says:

      I’d give it to my brother who lives abroad so he can read to my kid. Thanks.

    1161. Dimitracopeland says:

      I would have my mom read it.  She lives across the country and doesn’t get to see my little ones often.

    1162. Crystal K. says:

      I’d have my BFF’s kids read it. It’d be a nice keepsake of them at the ages they currently are for her.

    1163. Joan Rickert says:

      I would get this for a friend, her husband loves Charlie Brown and her kids would read and record  the book for him! Then he’d could keep it for his future grandkids!

    1164. Donna says:

      I would have my dad read the book. I don’t have children yet. My dad has terminal cancer. I would love for my future children or my neices and nephews (and myself) to be able to hear my dad when he’s gone.

    1165. Justina Morton says:

      This would be a great gift for my nephew! He is 17 months and really starting to get excited about Santa and Christmas. I think he would enjoy A Charlie Brown Christmas for years to come.

    1166. Holly W. says:

      I would have my 4 year old tell a story. She has an imagination and she would ove this.

    1167. Jmboshart2 says:

      I would read it for the people I serve, those with intellectual disabilities

    1168. Sfblmom2 says:

      I would read it for my precious grandbabies!!  We live 300 miles apart, so I could send this to them and they could hear me everynight at bedtime.

    1169. Mamamiles says:

      I would love to have one of these Hallmark Recordable Storybooks to give to my Grandaughter, this is something she would cherish long after i’m gone

    1170. Pam Topasna says:

      I would send one to my two grandchildren that had to move across country. For 7 years I read to one of them and it would be wonderful for him to still be able to experience it and for the youngest too

    1171. Chjones24 says:

      I just had my first child this past March.  My father who is 76 years old became a grandpa for the first time.  One of my most vivids memories as a child was my father reading me bedtime stories.  Charlie Brown and Snoopy were my favorites.  Because of my dads age I would love for him to record a storybook for my son so he will have the same fond memerios as I do.

    1172. t r says:

      My dad just had a stroke one week ago today, He is expected to recover, with lots of rehab, My dad has been my rock and life for me and my daughters, and I do not yet have grand kids, my girls are all on there way to there careers, so it may be a while, before I do, so I would like my dad to record a book now for my grand kids, in case he is no longer here for them to get to know.

    1173. Mary says:

      I would record the book for my grandsons.  I always read to my daughter when she was little.

    1174. Anonymous says:

      My husband’s grandmother that my oldest daughter is named after.  She is 94 and still seems to have quite a few years left.  I realize that you never really know how much time you have left, so these would be great for anyone to do for someone they love.

    1175. Tha503 says:

      My mom, who is nearly 80, for my grandson!

    1176. Albertsonchristy says:

      My 6 year old reading to his grandparents!

    1177. Gem Stewart says:

      my husband is about to deploy so i would have him read the book to our little girl so that even when daddy is gone and cant be at home with us she can still feel likes he’s still reading her a story every night before bed :)

    1178. Osushannon says:

      My 91year grandmother reading to my 1 & 2 year old daughters!

    1179. Apex, NC says:

      Grandpapa !

    1180. Connie Spear says:

      I would record this and send it to my Grandson “Sam”, who lives 700 miles away.  Thanks for this opportunity..

    1181. Nanacoupon52 says:

      I would have 2 books. Both my husband and I would share in the recording for our 4 grandchildren. 

    1182. Beth says:

      I would like to have each of my two boys actually read it so I can keep it and remember their sweet little voices when they have are all grown up:(

    1183. Taylormaidmgr says:

      I would have both my husband and I read it and would share it with our 9 grandchildren . Thanks for the chance to have one

    1184. Trailwalker says:

      My children’s grandmother recently passed away and I wish we had thought to have her read and record a story before she became ill. If I had a book I would have their great-grandmother record the story.

    1185. Pgodwin says:

      Would love to have these to be able to read some stories from gramma and grampa to send to adoptive grandchild in Korea who we hope to have home soon!!  It would let him get used to our voices and language and listen to wonderful stories.  Would love to have these to send as part of a care package to him!!

    1186. Afmbrm says:

      my grandson loves his that his grandpa recorded for him last year.

    1187. Pbhardshell says:

      My Mom is 88 years old, and has devoted her life to raising children . . . not just hers, but several other people’s children after Daddy passed.  This year she had 3 new Great-grands born within 8 days of each other in July.  It would be wonderful to have her read a book to her Great-grands, 5 in all!

    1188. michelle says:

      I would have my mom record one for my children!

    1189. Rshandrkh says:

      I have one grandchild and her father passed away in a vehicle accident before she was born, I would like to have her read the book and record it for her other grandmother for Christmas, she acts alot like her father I think it would very well please his mother

    1190. Anonymous says:

      I would love this for my friend who’s grandson lives overseas

    1191. Sherri says:

      I would let my daughter record a story for her sissy who is 1 and whom she loves dearly.  She lost her other sister/best friend in a car accident in 2008.

    1192. JODI says:

      I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE MY SON READ IT FOR HIS LITTLE BROTHER

    1193. Suzanne says:

      I would like to have my kids, son and daughter, take turns and read it to my new niece who is about to move away.

    1194. Nej34eva says:

      I would give this to my children, but have their grandmother record the story. That way they will have a little piece of her forever!

    1195. Karolyn says:

      I would have my grandmother record her reading one of the books, to give to my son, her only great grandchild at the moment.  My grandmother is not in the best health, and this would be a great way for my son to remember her.

    1196. Robin says:

      My son age 8 would like to send one to his sister she is in  Air Force stationed in Crete and will not be home for Christmas . We miss her  very much the holiday are a lonely time for her, He thought this would brighter her day with him reading the Charlie Brown story, which they both love.  

    1197. Jfetty says:

      Would love to give this to my husband’s grandmother for her to record the story for my children.

    1198. Lori Hanson says:

      I would have my grandparents record the story for my children for years to keep.  That would be my childrens great-grandparents.
      Hanson

    1199. Kelly says:

      I would have my Mom record this for my kiddos! 

    1200. natasha says:

      I think I do a pretty good job reading out loud to my kids.  I would love to record a book for my kids!

    1201. KC says:

      This would be an amazing gift for my son.  I would love my husband to record the book because being military he is away quite a bit.  For those small moments it would be great to open the book and let Daddy read no matter where he is geographically in the world. : )

    1202. lina says:

      i’d have my brother record for my grandmother

    1203. Angelina says:

      Even with 50 yrs in the USA I speak with a french accent. I have already bought 2 books last year after Christmas while on sale. But I have 8 grd children who would like to have a memory of grand ma’s accent…I gave the first one away a week ago and it is read every night (the first Christmas) to raegan, 4 yrs old and her sister Chloe 6 yrs old.. But even my unmarried children want one!

    1204. Cheyennedarr says:

      I would like to get my daughter the frosty the snowman recordable book so that she can record the story and save it as an airloom. I would love for her to be able to give her children a book that she can read to them as a child herself.

    1205. Anonymous says:

      I Have three small great nieces living in England
      Because I am not able to travel  Last Christmas I recorded A Night Before Christmas which they have listened to over and over again.Having these books means they can listen to their Great Aunty anytime they want to It would be lovely for them to be able to pass them on to their own children when the time comes