10/23/17

I think everyone grew up reading E.B. White’s Charlottes Web, I know I did.

In 2006 the world fell in love with the movie version of this classic tale starring Dakota Fanning and an all-star cast of voice talent including Julia Roberts, Oprah Winfrey, Kathy Bates, Robert Redford, John Cleese and Steve Buscemi.



In case you don’t remember, this is a classic story of loyalty, trust, and sacrifice. Fern (Dakota Fanning) is one of only two living beings who sees that Wilbur is a special animal as she raises him, the runt of the litter, into a terrific and radiant pig. As Wilbur moves into a new barn, he begins a second profound friendship with the most unlikely of creatures – a spider named Charlotte – and their bond inspires the animals around them to come together as a family. When word gets out that Wilbur's days are numbered, it seems that only a miracle will save his life. A determined Charlotte spins words into her web in an effort to convince the farmer that Wilbur is "some pig" and worth saving.

Now, the entire family can relive the magic of this timeless tale with a limited edition gift set featuring both the film (on DVD) and a copy of the original book from Paramount Home Media!


Win it!

Our friends at Paramount want you to take home the heartwarming story of Charlotte's Web in this limited edition collectors DVD plus book! Enter below using the ballot for your chance to win! 

Open to Canadians 18+ (Excluding Quebec) Ends October 27th, 9pm EST. Click here for more about giveaways on AME. 



Posted in partnership with Paramount Home Media Distribution. Complimentary copy received as a Thank you. Opinions and comments on this blog are my own. 

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34 comments:

  1. I did grow up with this. My favorite moments are the friendships.

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  2. I love Charlotte's Web as a child. It was one of my favorties. The moment that always stands out to me is Charlotte's death. I hate to say it's my favorite moment as it was so sad but the story just wouldn't be the same without it.

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  3. Fern's love for Wilbur and that he's spared!

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  4. Definitely grew up with Charlotte's web! I loved it when she used her web to spell a message.

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  5. My son grew up with Charlotte's web and always liked when she made words in her web.

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  7. It would be great
    to win the Charlotte's Web
    Collectors Edition DVD and Book.
    In response to your questions of
    Did you grow up with Charlotte's Web?
    and What's your favourite moment?
    Yes i remember reading the book
    when i was younger
    and my favourite moment was
    when Wilbur first met Charlotte
    and then seeing how their friendship developed.
    Thank You for having this contest.

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  8. I remember seeing Charlotte's Web in a school auditorium with all my friends. What a great memory.

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  9. I did grow up with Charlotte's Web, loved the book and movie. I would love to watch this with my niece! It's a classic!

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  10. i love when they fist start finding the words in the web

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  11. I did read Charlotte's Web a few times when I was growing up. I don't know that it's a favourite moment, but I've never forgotten how affected I was by Charlotte's death.

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  12. it was the Velveteen Rabbit around here. have never read Charlotte's Web so am looking forward to it. thanks

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  13. I loved Charlotte's Web when I was a kid, and now I kid to re-live it with my daughter! I love when Charlotte weaves the first word!

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  14. I did grow up with it yes. Though I have not read it in decades , nor have I never even seen the movie shamelessly, hard to remember the most touching moments I think when all the characters come togetehr in their first meet cute, that is my fave part.

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  15. I did indeed grow up reading the book. My favourite moment was when Wilbur first met Charlotte. Loved watching their friendship develop.

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  16. I did read this growing up! I loved it when some of Charlotte babies stayed with Wilbur.

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  17. yes i did! i love wilbur and charlotte's friendship <3

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  18. I did and I like when Charlotte writes words from trash.

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  19. I sure did, I have even cried a couple times, it's sad when it's Charolettes time

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  20. Yes I grew up with Charlotte's Web. I don't really have a favourite moment.

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  21. I grew up with Charlotte's Web and recently started reading it to my daughter. My favourite part is when Charlotte says 'Greetings and Salutations' to Wilbur as an introduction. (sunshine_hanan at hotmail dot com)

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  22. I love Charlotte's Web and read it to our kids. I do not really have a favourite moment. I love the whole book but have not seen the DVD. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity.

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  23. I did grow up with Charlotte's Web but I never really enjoyed it. I think this because my brother had a terrible nightmare about spiders after reading it and i hate spiders. My kids would love Wilber the pig, though.

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  24. Yes i grew up with Charlotte's Web and my favourite moment is when the Spider met the Pig!

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  25. I didn't watch/read this as a child, so would love to experience Charlotte's Web with my own family now!

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  26. I know I watched Charlotte's Web as a child, but I don't remember it well. It would be great to watch this with my little girl, she would really enjoy this sweet tale!

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  27. No I didn't but then I grew up in Europe so that might be the reason.

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  28. I did read it. One of my favourite books. I always cried when Charlotte dies.

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  29. I did read Charlotte's Web when I was a kid as part of our reading program, but I haven't seen the movie yet, but I would love to watch it with my kids.

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  30. I came into Charlotte's Web late in life, but still adore it.
    jan

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  31. I did grow up with it. My favourite part was the "SOME PIG" part. My kids are just the age to read it now.

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  32. I did! I read this book several times and often connected and I loved the friendships made! I’d love to gift this to my daughter

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  34. Yes, sure did grow up with Charlotte"s web.
    “You have been my friend," replied Charlotte, "That in itself is a tremendous thing.”

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