Spread the Love with Limited-Edition Valentine’s Day Cards

Spread the Love with Limited-Edition Valentine's Day Cards

Roses are red; violets are blue,
Sugar is sweet & so are you!

Here’s a way to be even sweeter and more heartfelt, caring and giving this Valentine’s Day:

Make a $25 donation to Save the Children’s “Love to Read, Read to Live” campaign, and receive a 30-card boxed set of limited-edition Valentines designed by artists your children know and love.  (That’s less than 84 cents per card)

Spread the Love with Limited-Edition Valentine's Day Cards

Perfect for your child’s classmates, playgroup, friends and/or families, each card was designed by favorite children’s book authors and illustrators: Mo Willems (Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!), Kevin Henkes (Kitten’s First Full Moon), Ian Falconer (Olivia!), Leuyen Pham (Freckleface Strawberry) and Brian Selznick (Wonderstruck).

Your tax-deductible donation supports Save the Children’s U.S. Programs, where literacy plays a fundamental role in their work and in the chance for a brighter future for all children.  Nearly 1 in 4 children lives in poverty and the majority of them don’t have any books in their home.

Make sure you order your cards by February 6 to ensure delivery on time for Valentine’s Day.  Save the Children’s Valentine’s Day cards are available at www.savethechildren.org/valentinesor or by calling 1-800-728-3843.

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Lainie Gutterman - Before giving birth to her son in 2009 and becoming a stay-at-home mom, Lainie was a founding partner of a Public Relations firm. Lainie describes herself as "a natural born publicist who is constantly spreading the word about new products, activities and events." When Lainie is not chasing after her son or they are not watching Nick Jr or reading together, she scrapbooks and writes posts for her blog, "Me, Myself & Baby I" at http://memyselfandbabyi.wordpress.com. Lainie and her family live in New York City, where she sacrifices living space (but not style) to be in the center of it all in "the city that never sleeps." (Fortunately, her toddler is a sound sleeper who doesn't rise until after 9am, on most days.)


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