Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Win a set of Mammoth Academy books

WORLDBOOKDAY

Do you have or know a child aged 5+ who might be interested in a funny, captivating and quirky series of books?

If so this set is for you!!  

Kindly gifted by the lovely folk at The Book People in honour of my World Book Day blog hop you can enter below to win the set of 4 books: Mammoth Academy, Mammoth Academy on Holiday, Mammoth Academy in Trouble and Mammoth Academy Surf's Up!


As I don't have a child of this age I can't speak from personal experience but if you fancy reading some reviews of this set of books there are some here or check out some of the ones on amazon - they are all positive!  These seem ideal bedtime stories for younger readers, particularly those who are a bit reluctant when it comes to books.  I've had a quick flick through and they have interesting cartoons on every page to go with the story which seem amusing (even to me!)

If you fancy winning this set of books, you can use the rafflecopter below.  I've included lots of options for entries but only do the ones you wish!

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If you don't know what the World Book Day blog hop is all about, then you can read all about it here.  Why not consider joining in?

11 comments:

  1. I've never heard of these books. They look great! I loved English best (and hated maths)

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  2. Business Studies was my favourite it was the only thing I was any good at!

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  3. Oh no, I'm going to sound like such a Geek and may explain why I'm an accountant..... but it was Maths! I know! but it sure wasn't needlework! I made a pin cushion and it bent the pins! I got ungraded *hangs head in shame*

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  4. History - always wanted to be a History teacher - ended up as a Chemistry one!

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  5. religious education was my favorite subject. ;-) yes i am strange lol

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  6. History was my favourite subject. I loved it, so interesting.

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  7. maths especially algebra and trigonometry, there can be no better subject

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  8. My Favourite lesson was Home Economics - pleased to hear cooking is returning to schools!

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  9. Geography! Funny how I don't remember a thing about it now!

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  10. I loved Business Studies, because we got taken on a trade fair and got to eat lots of tasty food! So I learnt early on the merit of free food! x

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