Thursday, 24 February 2011

The Big World Book Day Giveaway

Thursday 3rd March is World Book Day. 

 World Book Day was designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and is marked in over 100 countries around the globe. The origins of the day we now celebrate in the UK and Ireland come from Catalonia, where roses and books were given as gifts to loved ones on St. George’s Day – a tradition started over 90 years ago. 

To help celebrate World Book Day I have been given some great prizes to giveaway!

Thomas the Tank Engine Go Glow Story Projector from Worlds Apart  aged 2 +

Eric Carle Game from University Games aged 3 

A copy of 'Five-a-day For Kids Made Easy' by Sally Child, children's
nutrition expert along with a Benjoy lunchbox, a multipack of Benjoy foods.  12 months +

 Bug and Bear (picture book) by  Ann Bonwill and Layn Marlow Age 2+ from
 Oxford University Press

 SWITCH: Spider Stampede by  Ali Sparkes Age 7+ from Oxford University Press

  Firelight by Sophie Jordan Teen from Oxford University Press

Aladdin's Magic Carpet CD from Relax Kids aged 3+

Where's My Mummy - Fold-out Story Book from Top That Publishing from 3 years 

Silly Moo - Lift the Flap Book from Top That Publishing aged 0+

Squiggles - A Really Giant Drawing Book from nubie modern kids aged 3+

To enter all you have to do is fill in the form below and tell me if what age range you would like a prize from.


Entry closes Wednesday 2nd March 6pm and I will announce the winners on World Book Day 

Good Luck!

*No Cash Alternative Offered
*One entry per household
*Open to Residents of the UK only 


  1. Great competition with some fab prizes! Fingers crossed :-) x

  2. Absolutely lovely prize, hun! World Book Day can come :) x

  3. What a gorgeous prize!
    My little boy is 16 months, so anything 12m+ would suit him.

  4. Wow, what a lot of loveliness!!! I have a 2 year old a 4 year old and a 7 year old!

    AM just about to blog as well if you fancy a peek it's about my love of vintage books!


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