Richard Scarry’s Busytown Town Hall Deluxe Playset with DVD #Giveaway

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Since the 1960’s, boys and girls around the world have grown up with Richard Scarry’s best-selling books about his busy world of iconic animal characters and their whimsical vehicles. With over 300 titles in the Richard Scarry library and over 150 million books sold, Richard Scarry is one of the best-selling children’s authors of all time. In fact, he has five books in the Publishers Weekly’s Top 100 List of All-Time Bestselling Children’s Books. His popular stories follow the adventures of Huckle and Sally Cat, Lowly Worm, Hilda Hippo, Pig Will and Pig Won’t in a very busy town, leading very busy lives. His characters have become household names that parents fondly remember and kids adore.

When my daughter, Angeline, was little, one of her favorite television shoes was Richard Scarry’s Busytown. It was such a cute show! I was really happy to learn that my niece and nephew also like the show and when I saw this Richard Scarry’s Busytown Town Hall Deluxe Playset with DVD, I knew that it would make a perfect gift for either of them this Christmas!

The great thing about this Richard Scarry Busytown Playset is that it encourages social interaction between kids as they explore and play in their own Busytown world. This playset is loaded with play features from a drive-through tunnel to a fold-up ladder!

And right now…TWO lucky Rebel Chick readers are going to win a set of their own! RIGHT IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!

Two winners will be drawn on Saturday, December 17 at midnight and I will email them immediately. Winners have until Sunday night at 9 pm to send me their mailing information so that I can get it to the sponsor Monday morning…and prizes will ship out on Tuesday, December 20th. They should arrive Friday the 23. *fingers crossed*


The Richard Scarry’s Busytown Town Hall Deluxe Playset with DVD includes:

A double oval roadway layout

12 roadway piece

Sergeant Murphy figure to patrol traffic

Hilda Hippo in her classic pencil car

PLUS a bonus DVD that includes 2 Busytown Mysteries episodes!

This playset is appropriate for children age 3 and up and has a suggested retail price of $39.99.

How To Enter

Leave me a comment telling me who loves Richard Scarry Busytown in your family!

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This is a whirlwind giveaway sweepstakes – open to US entrants 18+ and ends on December 17 at midnight.

*I received a Richard Scarry Busytown Playset and DVD in conjunction with hosting this giveaway. All opinions are my own!

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  1. Deanna says

    My almost 3 year old loves Richard Scary! She would go gaga over the playset! Liking Richard Scary on fb now! Thx for doing such a fun give away!

  2. says

    I’m the one who likes Richard Scarry in my family LOL I loved his illustrations growing up. My son doesn’t really know about him yet, but we can fix that. These toys are so cute!

  3. says

    I can remember Richard Scarey back to when I was little & then my brother (who is 11 years younger) had tons of books & stuff!So I & my brother ( when he lived with me) & my 2 grown sons love him! I would love this for my grandsons.

  4. says

    I LOVE Richard Scarry’s Busytown! I watched it when I was younger, and now both my little boys watch it and love it, too! Honestly, it makes my heart flutter with happiness to watch it with them. Not to mention that the playset would be perfect for my youngest boy. Thanks for sharing with us!

  5. Carla Aldrich says

    My husband and I both loved Richard Scarry as kids. I am hoping my 3 yo son would love this as well. He enjoys the books we have!

  6. says

    I DO! I love Richard Scarry’s BusyTown on Saturday mornings. My younger grandkids love the cartoon too, and we watch it together when they spend the night. Pig Will and Pig Wont are my favorites!

  7. krista says

    Wow, i didnt even know they really made Richard Scary stuff anymore. I had EVERY book they made when i was a kid, i collected them all!

  8. Gina says

    My twin four year old sons would love playing with this set. They still read my Richard Scarry book. One of them has had me read the options on each page at least twenty times. The book is falling apart.

  9. 1955nurse says

    My Grandkids LOVE Richard Scarry’s books, so I KNOW they would LOVE this set! Be so great for thier Christmas…. Thanks for the chance!!!((1955nursehjc4me(at)myway(dot)com)) 😉

  10. 1955nurse says

    I follow you on GFC ((1955nursehjc4me(at)myway(dot)com)) Networked blogs AND added you on GOOGLE+ (HollyCunningham) Merry CHristmas, Y’all & thanks for the chance….

  11. says

    THIS Momma loves Richard Scarry from when I was a kid, and am trying to introduce the same love to my 10 month old daughter!
    mckinneymommas (at) yahoo (dot) com

  12. monica p says

    my son loves busytown. we have several ooks and he can look at them for hours! always sees somehting new! I liked them as child myself!

  13. says

    My daughter loves Busytown. I think I passed that on to her. I remember checking the Richard Scarry books out of the library when I was a little girl and pouring over all of the beautiful pictures. There was so much going on!

  14. Trasina McGahey says

    My daughter is the one who loves Richard Scarry! (I hope it was midnight PT, it doesn’t say which time zone this ends!)

  15. victoria lester says

    Please delete the last two entries I did. Sorry I duplicated them unknowingly:
    victoria lester
    January 1, 2012 at 3:33 pm · Reply

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