Friday, 8 March 2013

Win: Pip & Posy books and a signed copy of The Grunts

WORLDBOOKDAY

I hinted that I would be running another competition today and that it would be as fab as the one yesterday and it truly is!  Nosy Crow have offered a set of hardback Pip & Posy books and a signed copy of The Grunts for one lucky person!

If you have small children you will no doubt have seen the drawings of Axel Scheffler either in The Gruffalo or one of the other many stories he has illustrated!  He also illustrates this new series about Pip & Posy; two friends (a rabbit and a mouse) who have to deal with the dramas of toddlerdom!  



This is a competition I am particularly excited to share with you all as we have "Pip & Posy: The Big Balloon" and both Meg and Eli love it.  The pictures are so colourful and bright and the story is one that Meg can relate to, especially how Pip feels when he loses the balloon he is so proud of and how Posy makes him feel better.  She loves telling me how she would try to make her friends feel better if they were sad too!

Nosy Crow are offering five books from this series.

The Grunts is a story illustrated by Axel Scheffler and written by Philip Ardagh.  It's the tale of Mr and Mrs Grunt, who live with their adopted son, Sunny, in a donkey-drawn caravan.  The family find themselves embroiled in all kinds of amusing and improbable adventures.



If you've been keeping up with my blog over the past week you will know that I am running a lot of  competitions in honour of World Book Day and I don't like to make you all jump through hoops so it is very simple to enter this brilliant competition, just use the rafflecopter below. 

And whilst you're here, why not check out the other competitions I've got running?

a Rafflecopter giveaway

13 comments:

  1. He loves all the Julia Donaldson books and Dr Seuss

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  2. My little two's favourites are The Gruffalo (boy no.3 age 4) and The Gruffalo's Child (boy no.4 age 2), we all know them off by heart now :)

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  3. The hungry caterpillar. We have a little soft one and he goes on a great adventure through the book and more often then not Max falls asleep with his little caterpillar still in his hand

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  4. Traditional fairy stories such as little red riding hood and The Three Little pigs.

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  5. My little one is enjoying Thomas the tank currently x

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  6. they dont have a favourite right now. They will read anything.

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  7. We adore The Gruffalo, but this week's favourite is Superworm :)

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  8. My little boy enjoys goldilocks and the tiger that came tea.

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  9. The baby loves Dear Zoo and Peepo. The lad enjoys 'Dirty Beasts'.

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  10. My little man loves CHocolate Moose for Greedy Goose
    Nicola Hinchliffe

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