Thursday, 23 May 2013

Win: A love2read personalised book for Father's Day!


Regular readers may remember that back in March for my World Book Day blog hop, I ran a competition with love2read to win one of their personalised books.  I was so pleased with the response and I hope the winner is enjoying their book as much as we still enjoy ours three years down the line!

In the run up to Father's Day love2read are offering another of my readers the opportunity to win a personalised My Dad...book.

Dads will love being the star of the bedtime story, so this is the perfect Father's Day gift.  love2read's range of books can be personalised by adding ten photos and text to the pages e.g. "My dad plays golf", "My dad likes cars" or "My dad loves me".

love2read's website is full of templates, all you have to do is pick the one that you want, upload your ten digital photos and then add some simple text.  There is a wide selection of templates to choose from including - My dad...  My daddy...  Our dad...  and My grandad...


The books are themed around National Curriculum keywords and are designed to stimulate the child's interest in books so that they really want to read.  No software is needed, the website is easy to use and you can even save your book as you go along if you need to come back to it later.

This year, give a Father's Day gift the whole family will treasure for years to come - and help your child catch the reading bug at the same time.  To ensure books arrive in time for Father's Day, orders need to be placed by midday on 10th June.

As usual, I don't like to make people jump through hoops to enter my competitions so there is only one mandatory entry point - just leave a blog post comment answering the question in the rafflecopter.  The rest are bonus entries which you can take or leave.

This truly is a lovely prize.  I bought my OH a "My daddy..." book for his first Father's Day three years ago and although it is well thumbed it's still going strong and both Meg and Eli enjoy looking through it and reading it at bedtime.  Well worth entering the competition!


For further information and to see the range of books on offer please visit their website at: www.love2read.co.uk

Disclaimer: I was not compensated in any way for this post.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

32 comments:

  1. Good question... I think I'd buy him a bike, or tickets to Sports Personality f the Year next year... Or one thing sport related!

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  2. Ohhh, so difficult! I think I would buy him a car as I know how much he wants a nice one! And of course he'd get to drive me around in it!

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  3. Tickets for Mauritius for a second honeymoon.

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  4. i'd get my dad a jaguar he's always wanted one

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  5. A weekend away with me and the kids quality time which he dosent really get as much as he would like

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  6. id buy my fella the ironman suit from the kids as thats who he thinks he is!! haha!

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  7. I'd buy him a Ferrari! Shame he don't drive (I do)

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  8. An experience day - racing xx

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  9. An Aston Martin or a Bentley

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  10. I'D GET HIM A FLYING LESSON

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  11. I'd pay to have a covered swimming pool built (and maintained) in his back garden!

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  12. id buy him a new car as his is getting a old and costing money

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  13. A big family holiday to Florida

    @ashlallan

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  14. I'd buy my Dad a new white BMW like his old one, because he loved it and I know he misses it.

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  15. A holiday to Cape Town to see family

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  16. I'd buy him a house in Accra, Ghana as he would love to retire there one day.

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  17. i'd buy him a cinema to watch all of his classic films

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  18. I'd buy my Dad an airline ticket to Australia so he could go and visit my Sister.

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  19. I would treat us to a lovely day out.

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  20. It would be a family holiday - it's lovely time that you get to spend quality time together

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  21. Just football tickets - which I know would mean everything to him

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  22. My hubbie is desperate for a new helmet for his motorbike so I'd love to get him one from the girls. My dad would love Mrs Brown's Boys tickets.

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  23. I'd buy a family photo shoot to treasure for the rest of his life

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  24. Id buy him my memories, of me and my children. and put them into one.. Because he hasn't bothered with us and has missed out on an awful lot!

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  25. For my husbands first ever Fathers Day I wish I could treat us to our first family get away, nothing posh. Just maybe a weekend at the lakes. :-)

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