It’s time for our monthly book giveaway! Next week our April titles will be published, and if you’re a resident of the UK or Ireland, you can win any of them simply by subscribing to our Books Newsletter and sending us an email with the book you’d like to win. Here’s what’s out next month – and what you can win:
We’re publishing two new books in Sebastien Braun’s fantastic Can You Say It Too? lift-the-flap novelty series – Can You Say It Too? Arf! Arf! and Can You Say It Too? Quack! Quack! Sturdy flaps and simple texts combine with friendly artwork to make these ideal first books that are great for sharing with children who are just starting to talk.
You could win Cinderella’s Sister and the Big Bad Wolf, written by Lorraine Carey and illustrated by Migy Blanco – a side-splitting spin on a favourite fairy tale, and the first book from an exciting new author-illustrator team. Here’s a look inside the book:
Follow that Car, written by Lucy Feather and illustrated by Stephan Lomp, is up for grabs – with scores of captivating cars to count and spot on every page, and a mapped-out route to trace your finger along, this zany book will keep little ones entertained for hours. Think Wacky Races meets Richard Scarry! Here’s a look inside the book:
The Palomino Pony Runs Free, the fourth volume in the brilliant Palomino Pony series by Olivia Tuffin, will be out next month – shot through with action and adventure, this is perfect reading for pony-mad 9+ year olds. Here’s a look inside the book:
And finally, we’ll be publishing Red Moon Rising by Paula Harrison. A world of dark powers and magic awaits in this dazzlingly-imagined, quest-driven epic for 9+ year olds, from the author of The Rescue Princesses. Here’s a look inside the book:
To win any of these books, all you have to do is subscribe to our books newsletter (if you’ve already subscribed you’re still eligible for this competition) and send an email to tom at nosycrow dot com with “Newsletter competition” in the subject heading and the title of the book you’d like to win, and your address, in the body of your email. So have a good think about which book you’d like to win (we can only accept one entry per person), and good luck – we’ll pick the winners at random next week.