Clifford the Big Red Dog’s 50th BIG Birthday Sweepstakes

I grew up with Clifford the Big Red Dog.  When I was a school teacher, I read the books to my Kindergarten and first graders.  When I had my first child, I stocked up on them to read at bedtime.  When my second child was born I found the cartoon of Clifford and his friends on PBS.  Now, my 3rd child is in first grade and is reading Clifford to us!It’s Clifford’s birthday and Scholastic is throwing him the Biggest birthday ever!  Check out where you can send CLIFFORD a personalized birthday card and enter Clifford’s BIG Birthday Sweepstakes for a chance to win a birthday party of your own!

Clifford the Big Red Dog has been entertaining children, parents and teachers for 50 years with his BIG adventures, using humor to teach the importance of social values. These ‘BIG Ideas’ focus on simple, tangible life lessons that help young children navigate their world as they become active members of their communities. Clifford has taught generations of kids how to be kind, work well with others, play fair, and more. Through relatable storytelling Clifford also reinforces the importance of literacy, letting kids know that reading is fun. In his beloved dog, Norman Bridwell has created a literary classic embraced by generations around the world.

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  1. says

    My favorite Clifford book?! You mean I can only pick one?! I really like the ‘original’ Clifford the Big Red Dog book. It brings back memories of my childhood… reading it over and over. :)

  2. Lora Morrow says

    I’m partial to the original book. I used to read it to my little brother all the timw. Now I have a toddler and get to read the stories to him.


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