Win tickets to DreamWrights’ ‘Peter Pan and Wendy’

"Peter Pan and Wendy"OK, Book Buzzers — here’s a contest for you:

Win three tickets to DreamWrights Youth and Family Theatre’s production of “Peter Pan and Wendy,” running Feb. 8-24. Suitable for all ages, “Peter Pan and Wendy” has both matinee and nighttime showings.

How do you win? Comment on this post with your favorite children’s book and why you enjoy it. From Peter Pan himself and similar classics to newer favorites, we want to hear your thoughts. Deadline to enter is 11:59 p.m. Feb. 3.

We’ll pick a random winner on Monday, Feb. 4.

DreamWrights describes the show on its website: Peter Pan, a mischievous boy with the ability both to fly and to stay forever young, visits the Darling children one night in search of his lost shadow. He carries them away to the enchanted island of Neverland where adventures bring them face-to-face with fairies, Indians, pirates and Peter’s nemesis, Captain Hook. The Darlings help Peter to escape Hook’s clutches and discover that never growing up might not be all it’s cracked up to be. For details on the show, visit www.dreamwrights.org.

Update: Congratulations to Tiffany Dodson, who is our random winner of the three “Peter Pan and Wendy” tickets. Thanks to all who commented!

About Sarah Chain

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11 Responses to Win tickets to DreamWrights’ ‘Peter Pan and Wendy’

  1. Becky W says:

    My favorite childhood book is One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish by Dr. Seuss! So fun to read.

  2. Cassie Durham says:

    I discovered my favorite children’s book as a first grade teacher, “Hooway For Wodney Wat”. I love it because Wodney is a victim of bullying and overcomes the teasing to become the class hero. Plus It is written in a style that makes a great read aloud!

  3. Kim Hissong says:

    We read The Wizard of Oz with our 4 year old daughter this past year because the movie is one of her favorites. She loved hearing a few chapters of the story each evening. I had never read the book, so it was interesting for me, too! It was fun to see how the book and movie were similar / different.

  4. Farrah Davenport says:

    I love the Lorax by Dr. Suess. The book teaches kids (and adults) about the importance of nature and taking care of the trees, something that is so relevant during these times.

  5. Jessica Newcomer says:

    Our favorite book is The Little Mermaid. It reminds me of my childhood and my daughter loves mermaids. It’s perfect for us.

  6. Mysta Johnston says:

    My favorite children’s book is Goodnight Moon. My girls looked forward to reading it before bed each night.

  7. Tiffany Dodson says:

    It is so hard to choose a favorite, but one of the Top 5 is “Guess How Much I Love You” by Sam McBratney! It is so precious and gives a glimpse of how expansive a parent’s love can be!

  8. The Little Prince.

    This book serves to remind us that as we grow older we need to remember the important things in life. ‘The Little Prince’ is a book that retains its luster and rings true for all ages.

  9. Amy Arvin says:

    One of our favorite books is Owl Babies by Martin Waddell. Three young owls at different ages think Mama Owl has left them, but at the end learn that Mama will always be there. The story is reassuring to our young daughters.

  10. Linda Palmieri says:

    My favorite childhood book growing up Charlotte’s Web – I just loved the way the animals came together to help out Wilbur. I think I connected with Fern since I grew up on a farm.

  11. Pam C says:

    My favorite children’s book is Goodnight Moon. It captured my kids imaginations when I read it to them when they were little and is now doing the same for their kids. It’s a great classic in our family.

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