Get Lost in Paris with Madeline (ENDED)

Did you know that Madeline has been around for over 70 years?!?

I remember reading the Madeline books and watching the cartoons on TV when I was little. “In an old house in Paris, covered with vines, lived 12 little girls in 2 straight lines; the smallest one was Madeline.” Miss Clavel at the front of the line and the little girls in their yellow dresses and hats.

Oh, yes I remember it fondly.

Well, Madeline is back!

Madeline Lost in Paris MovieIn her first animated feature, “Lost in Paris” which was release on April 13th, the most loved little red head again proves that being small on the outside doesn’t mean you are small on the inside. With more courage in the bow in her hair than most grown men have period.

Lost in Paris follows Madeline as she deals with the excitement of meeting a long lost Uncle from Vienna and the sadness of leaving the boarding school. The story twists when Madeline discovers the true story about her long lost uncle and she must use all over her cleverness to escape the plot that threatens to take her away from the only family she has ever known.

I just love that so many of the my childhood loves are coming back and I can share them with my kids.

When we got this movie in the mail I planned to have it be our feature during movie time. Sadly, my boy being a boy, saw that it was about a little girl and decided that he was going to pass. My daughter on the other hand was ecstatic so I decided to let her have her own movie time.

Madeline MovieArmed with her woobie, bunny, and my laptop she snuggled on my bed and was quiet for 90 minutes while being completely enthralled in the movie. It warmed my heart so much!

The movie features the voices of Christopher Plummer, Jason Alexander and Lauren Bacall. It retails for $14.99.

But you can win your own copy here thanks to Shout! Factory.

RULES FOR ENTRY:
Leave a comment telling me something from your childhood that you want to expose your children to. If you don’t have kids tell me one thing you treasure most from your childhood.

EXTRA ENTRIES (leave a separate comment for it):
Subscribe to Mad Hatter Mom via RSS or Email
Follow Mad Hatter Mom on Google Friend Connect
Like Mad Hatter Mom on Facebook
Follow Mad Hatter Mom on Twitter

GIVEAWAY ENDS JUNE 2ND!

*Disclosure: I was provided a copy of the DVD by Shout! Factory in order to conduct my review. My opinions are 100% mine and not influenced.*

Comments

  1. Nancy Taylor says:

    Memories of togetherness as a family.

  2. I would love to expose my kids to all the animals I was around. I think caring for animals really helps children become compassionate adults.
    .-= Owen’s Mom´s last blog ..Aloha Friday – #12 =-.

  3. I subscribe via email
    .-= Owen’s Mom´s last blog ..Aloha Friday – #12 =-.

  4. I follow you on twitter (notimeMom)
    .-= Owen’s Mom´s last blog ..Aloha Friday – #12 =-.

  5. I like you on facebook (andrea potter kruse)
    .-= Owen’s Mom´s last blog ..Aloha Friday – #12 =-.

  6. I follow with Google Friend Connect

  7. Carol says:

    I want to expose them to nature, and to fishing, like my dad taught me.

  8. Carol says:

    Subscribe to Mad Hatter Mom

  9. Carol says:

    Like Mad Hatter Mom on Facebook carol p dziuba

  10. Carol says:

    Follow Mad Hatter Mom on Google Friend Connect

  11. Carol says:

    cdziuba Follow Mad Hatter Mom on Twitter

  12. Adrienne Gordon says:

    The smurfs.

  13. I want my children to be exposed to books and 70’s music. Books are important because it encourages reading and literacy. 70’s music is just my personal preference to today’s music. I don’t need my kids constantly submersed in music that is bashing women or that is promoting being scantily clad or drinking.
    .-= Erin H´s last blog ..My First Giveaway! Digital photo keychain and Betty Crocker Warm Delights! =-.

  14. I subscribe via RSS!
    .-= Erin H´s last blog ..My First Giveaway! Digital photo keychain and Betty Crocker Warm Delights! =-.

  15. I follow with Google Friend Connect!
    .-= Erin H´s last blog ..My First Giveaway! Digital photo keychain and Betty Crocker Warm Delights! =-.

  16. I follow on twitter
    aprettykitty84
    .-= Erin H´s last blog ..My First Giveaway! Digital photo keychain and Betty Crocker Warm Delights! =-.

  17. I like you on FB
    Erin Boxell Hull
    .-= Erin H´s last blog ..My First Giveaway! Digital photo keychain and Betty Crocker Warm Delights! =-.

  18. I want to expose my child to growing her own veggies. I enjoyed growing up on a farm and picking my own food.
    .-= Aleksandra´s last blog ..Some recent pictures =-.

  19. I’m your newest GFC follower 🙂
    .-= Aleksandra´s last blog ..Some recent pictures =-.

  20. Angela J says:

    I loved my dolls growing up and my tea sets

  21. Monique Rizzo says:
  22. christopher h says:

    i’d want to expose them to old cartoons that i loved – like speed racer

  23. Darcie K says:
  24. Darcie K says:
  25. Emily says:

    I really treasured having a large family.

  26. Emily says:

    I am subscribed to you using the same email as I put on this form above.

  27. Emily says:

    I follow you on twitter as @forgetshyness

  28. Darcie K says:
  29. Darcie K says:
  30. Darcie K says:
  31. I remember watching this exact movie on VHS when I was little! Loved it!
    I don’t have kids, but one of my best childhood memories would be spending time with my family on our 3 month vacations to warmer states – Texas and Florida!
    .-= Reyna´s last blog ..4Prom ~ Dresses and Shoes for Prom! + Giveaway =-.

  32. I follow GFC! Thanks!
    .-= Reyna´s last blog ..4Prom ~ Dresses and Shoes for Prom! + Giveaway =-.

  33. I follow on Twitter from @polopony95!
    .-= Reyna´s last blog ..4Prom ~ Dresses and Shoes for Prom! + Giveaway =-.

  34. Katie says:

    I just loved my dollhouse that my dad made me! I have it in the attic waiting for when my little girl is old enough to play with it.
    .-= Katie´s last blog ..I’m a soccer mom! =-.

  35. I want to share my love of swimming with my daughter

  36. one thing I treasure most is having my mom around as I grew up. she spent a lot of time with us.

  37. follow on google

  38. follow on twitter; @shootingstarmag

  39. MichelleC says:

    As a kid, we did a lot of day hikes and creek wading. I’d love for my kids to have that experience.

  40. Anne of Green Gables! for sure! and Sound of Music, which in Canada is on every Christmas. I am going to cry tears of joy being able to share that with my kiddos.
    .-= Tightwad´s last blog ..Monday funny =-.

  41. I was hoping my daughter would like the smurfs, but that hasn’t happened yet. She does like Carebears though.
    .-= Jennifer M´s last blog ..Sex and the City 2 Soundtrack =-.

  42. Memories of being frugal.

  43. claudia Hubka says:

    I always took my daughter to fun movies, but also the Christian movies kids could
    relate too. Hope I win. Now I have grandkids.

  44. hmmm… I would have to say Roller skating.. I loved it as a kid..

  45. I subscribe Rss

  46. I GFC

  47. I like you a lot!! on facebook

  48. I follow u on twitter

  49. Sonya Allstun says:

    big family get togethers on the holidays

  50. Sonya Allstun says:

    Liked Mad Hatter Mom on Facebook

  51. Sonya Allstun says:

    followed mad hatter mom on twitter username @blueeyeleo

  52. Sonya Allstun says:

    followed through google friends connect (blueeyeleo)

  53. Melanie says:

    I treasure spending lot’s of time with my siblings growing up.
    We’re all super close to this day.

  54. Jason says:

    One big memory I want to share with the kids is the time I spent out at the family cabin

    jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com

  55. Jason says:

    subscriber

    jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com

  56. Jason says:

    Google Friend

    Nickolay

    jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com

  57. Jason says:

    Facebook Fan

    Parker Ozgood

    jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com

  58. Jason says:

    Twitter follower

    parkerozgood

    jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com

  59. I follow you on Twitter. (dramaqueensmum)

  60. phxbne says:

    I want to expose them to and relive those seemingly endless summer holidays at the beach – but I think it was really only one week!

  61. phxbne says:

    Follow Mad Hatter Mom on Google Friend Connect

  62. phxbne says:

    Follow Mad Hatter Mom on Twitter @phxbne

  63. phxbne says:

    Subscribe to Mad Hatter Mom via RSS

  64. ReggieMann says:

    Drive-In Theatres
    (Wish they were still around in my area)

  65. ReggieMann says:

    I follow your blog publicly with Google Friend Connect

  66. Rae Higgins says:

    What I most treasure about my childhood is the sense of freedom we had then. We didn’t have to worry about child abduction, etc.

  67. Rae Higgins says:
  68. Rae Higgins says:
  69. Rae Higgins says:
  70. Jill Myrick says:

    Growing up I was exposed to a lot of music of all genres from Gospel to country.
    And I try to expose my children to a variety as well. Most of my children are in a chorus or a choir and love music.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  71. Jill Myrick says:

    I am subscribed via email as jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com.

  72. Jill Myrick says:

    I am following via Google Friends Connect.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  73. Jill Myrick says:

    I am a fan via Facebook as Jill Myrick.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  74. Jill Myrick says:

    I am following via Twitter as jlsc123.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  75. shawna says:

    That family is more important than anything!

  76. Rae Higgins says:
  77. Pamela S says:

    I remember playing a lot outside in the fresh air and enjoying nature. We’ chase fireflies and look for frogs, and we’d help my parents plant a garden. Good natural fun. Thanks.

  78. Pamela S says:

    New follower GFC (pamelashockley)
    Thanks.

  79. I want to expose them to the outdoors and the fun you can have with no toys or gadgets just imagination.

  80. i follow your blog

  81. tina reynolds says:

    i subscribe to your blog

  82. Erica C. says:

    The Smurfs & The Care Bears are two things that I’d love my kids to get to experience too.

  83. Melissa B. says:

    I wish I could expose my children to drive in movies, but we don’t have that around here.

  84. susan smoaks says:

    i like to expose our children to great books

  85. susan smoaks says:

    fb fan tony l smoaks

  86. susan smoaks says:

    twitter follower @fdp4life

  87. susan smoaks says:

    email subscriber

  88. Ed Nemmers says:

    I treasure most our family Christmases!

  89. Karen Gonyea says:

    Nature. I have the fondest memories of being outdoors with my family.

  90. carol y l says:

    Travel-the beach, the mountains, seeing beauty and being around it.

  91. I’d like my kids to enjoy choose your own adventure books

  92. Gianna says:

    Traveling and having fun!

  93. I treasure that my parents went all out for holidays in terms of inviting people over and making a lot of food and playing games. Everyone was always welcome in our home and that’s a tradition I’d like to continue with.

  94. Lily Kwan says:

    One thing I treasure most from my childhood is my teddy bear.

  95. Lily Kwan says:

    I became your Facebook fan.

  96. Lily Kwan says:

    I subscribed by email.

css.php