Last Day To Enter: Giveaway DigiTells – Read Along With Me

DigiTells’ “Read Along With Me” is a new software program that allows anyone to combine musical scores, magical sound effects and most importantly his or her own voice to create a read-along audio book for kids.

The software builds on the idea of read aloud storytelling by allowing parents, grandparents, etc. to record any book in their own voice and burn it to a CD or audio file so children can read along with a voice they love anytime, anywhere.

- Studies show that children learn to read better, faster by reading aloud.

- Children are better able to read when the voice reading aloud to them is one to which the child is emotionally connected.

DigiTells’ creator Giselle Uffrens lost her mom to cancer. One of her mom’s favorite activities was reading aloud to her grandchildren. Her passing is what inspired Uffrens to create “Read-Along With Me” — to offer families a way to preserve a part of themselves that will live on for generations. With DigiTells’ “Read Along With Me,” the magical memories of read-aloud story time with a loved one can be enjoyed for generations yet to come.

We are giving away this educational software package to 3 of our lucky readers! Also exclusive to our readers is a 20% discount off the promotional price of $49.95 for the next 30 days (offer ends February 27, 2009). All you need to do is enter promotional code Celebrity Baby Scoop at checkout. Please note that readers can also pre-order the Mac version, which launches Spring 2009.

*HOW TO ENTER* Leave a comment here with a valid email address (will not be published). Please state your favorite feature of DigiTells’ Read Along With Me and 3 winners will be chosen at random at the end of the contest. One entry per person, per day. This contest ends Friday, Feb. 6 at 7 P.M. EST. Entries open to US residents only. Good luck!

Congratulations to the winners of the Petite Fleur Designs giveaway: Naomi, Summer & Brandee

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  1. Baboon

    Wouldn’t this make a lovely gift??I had never seen anything like this before: very nice!

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  2. Bianca

    Ooh my 5 year old son would LOVE this so much – all of my family live in Australia and it would be awesome to record his grandparents reading to him since that is what he misses most now they have returned after visiting us over Christmas. What a great invention!

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  3. Emily Polatas

    Love the site. I am a complete addict! This would be awesome for my 4 year old

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  4. Cassie

    My 5 year old son would LOVE this – anything to promote reading is great!

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  5. KellyB

    This is a really cute idea. Never heard of it before..

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  6. Deana

    I could so use this for my six year old learning how to read!

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  7. Shelea

    This makes a fun and educational gift to my 5 year old. She would really enjoy this gift pack she loves read along stories
    we get at the library. This set of books would help her advance in her new hobby of reading.

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  8. Morgan

    This looks like such an amazing product!! My daughter’s very close with her paternal grandmother, who travels quite a bit. We’re frequently calling her so that she can tell Sofia goodnight. My favorite feature would be the ability to use this so that her gramma can “read” her bedtime stories. Love love love this concept!!

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  9. Keri

    My kids would LOVE this! Another great contest!!!

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  10. Rebecca

    This is such a great idea. I would love to use this so my kids’ grammy could “read” to them :)

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  11. Cassie

    My 5 year old would LOVE it – and me, too.

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  12. Jenny-Loo

    What a great learning tool, my 6 and 5 year old nieces would love this!

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  13. Rebecca

    What a wonderful idea! I would love this for my kids.

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  14. Erin

    My son would love this. We could have my mom record books for him to hear her voice as she lives 3,000 miles away from us. What a neat product!! Amazing how technology can come up with some really unique products.

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  15. Cassie

    My son loves me to read stories to him. This would be great!

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  16. Aubrie Bird

    My 6 year old would love this. Her dad lives in Germany with the armed forces and we live here in the states, it would be great to have him be able to record some stories for her to read a long with. That would be really special for them I think!

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  17. Ciara

    how cute, my nices and nephews would love it!

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  18. Tiffany

    My six year old and my 41/2 year old daughter would love this, and because I have two younger it would be passed down just like everything else. Anything that encourages your child to read is wonderful!

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  19. Kim

    I think this is wonderful since kids like hearing a familiar voice. It would be awesome for those that have a parent in the military. When they are deployed overseas, they could record these stories before leaving so the child stays connected to mom or dad. Also I think this would be fun for my parents and in laws to record the books so my daughter hears them reading books to her.

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  20. Cassie

    I would love to get this for my 5 year old son! It looks so fun AND educational.

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  21. Keri

    I love educational gifts for the kiddos. This is a really great idea.

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  22. Rebecca

    I love this idea! It would be great for my kids.

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  23. mary

    great for kids

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  24. JillFree

    DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT! There is no customer support. The registration number does not work. All of the help websites are broken links and the customer service number in the package goes to a Walmart give-a-way $100 gift card scam. You cant even Google a help site. How can this company stay in business with this terrible customer service????? I will be asking for my money back!!!!!

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