Giveaway Information & Rules October 2017

Please read the giveaway rules carefully before entering.

Amazing Creatures

Amazing Creatures This super 3D colouring book really makes a change from ordinary colouring books. It contains 24 beautiful, three-dimensional animal-themed artworks. First, use pens or crayons to colour in the animal portraits - the sturdy light card is great for pens and they give a lovely vivid result. Once coloured, press out the die-cut flaps to accentuate scales, feathers and more - creating wonderful works of art that can be removed from the book and proudly displayed...Read on.

Carlton Books have 3 copies to be won. Put AMAZING as your email header.

Amelia Fang

Amelia Fang and the Barbaric Ball This is the first in what is a very promising new series. In Nocturnia, darkness reigns supreme, glitter is terrifying, and unicorns are the stuff of nightmares! Amelia Fang would much rather hang out with her pet pumpkin Squashy and her friends Florence the yeti and Grimaldi the reaper than dance at her parents' annual Barbaric Ball. And Amelia and her friends find just the opportunity they want when the King’s spoiled son Tangine captures Squashy. In their race against time, they begin to realise things in Nocturnia may not be quite what they seem...Read on.

Egmont Publishing have 3 copies to giveaway. Put FANG as your email header.

Auden Dare

The Extraordinary Colours of Auden Dare Auden Dare has an unusual perspective on life: he cannot see in colour. He's always had this rare condition - and life is beginning to get harder for Auden. The war for water that is raging across the world is getting a little closer all the time. Auden's father is away fighting and Auden has to cope with a strange new town and a new school. He and his mother have moved into the old cottage of his recently-deceased uncle, Jonah Bloom - a scientist and professor at the university; there is mystery afoot in the cottage...Read on.

Piccadilly Press have 3 copies to be won. Put DARE as your email header.

Pug a Doodle

Pug-a-Doodle-Do! Drawing and writing fun of all sorts make up this creative and imaginative book. Children will learn how to draw characters such as a pug, a sea monkey, and Pilbeam the robot; take part in a comics jam; design your own pugs with combat skills; take on many amazing doodle challenges; read the secret diaries of Colin the Crab; see what happens when a supervillain has to do the washing up; and much, much more! Read on...

OUP have 5 copies to giveaway. Put DOODLE as your email header.

Shark Bite

Shark Bite from Drumond Park Drumond Park can always be relied on to bring us fun and innovative games that bring the whole family together and their latest release is no exception. There's no lengthy hanging around while the game is set up (there are stickers to be attached) and the rules explained - the game is quick to set up (just set the mechanical shark’s mouth to fully open and place the 12 pieces of yummy Fish Food into the holes within the gaping jaws) and the rules and objective are very simple - can you save your catch before that big old shark snaps his jaws closed? When it’s your turn, a roll of the dice determines how many fish you have to catch, and using your fishing rod, it’s time to rescue the fish from the shark. If you drop your fish, keep dipping your rod in, until you hook the fish the whole way out of the shark’s mouth. But watch out...Read on.

Drumond Park have 2 games to be won. Put SHARK as your email header.

The Knight Who Took All Day

The Knight Who Took All Day Far away and long ago, there lived a foolish knight; all he wanted to do was impress the golden-haired princess with his marvellous talents. His chance comes when a terrible fire-breathing dragon arrives, threatening to destroy the kingdom. But our valiant knight is so concerned about his appearance that he misses his chance altogether and a hilarious cautionary tale about the dangers of showing off is the result...Read on.

Graffeg have 3 copies to giveaway. Put KNIGHT as your email header.

Through the Eyes of Me

Through the Eyes of Me This sensitive and beautifully illustrated book gives a touching insight into the world of an autistic child. It is narrated by 4-year old Kya, who guides readers through her likes and dislikes and all the nuances of her character. The book uses colourful text and illustrations to give a real understanding. It comes from the heart as it is inspired by the author's experiences of raising his own daughter with the condition...Read on.

Graffeg have 3 copies to be won. Put EYES as your email header.

What Makes Me a Me

What Makes Me a Me? We are all very special and we are all very different - but just what does make me, me?. This humorous and thought-provoking look at what makes us, us in a wonderfully imaginative way, comparing 'me' with all sorts of things around us including cars and trees and dogs. The conclusion is that everyone is different...and everyone is special in their own way. The superb illustrations are by David Tazzyman, and they perfectly reflect the theme of the book...Read on.

Bloomsbury have 5 copies to be won. Put ME as your email header.

How to enter our giveaways:

  • Email. (All Giveaways)  Send one email per giveaway, up to a maximum of FIVE giveaways in total. You must enter each giveaway separately. Include as the message subject header just one of the exact giveaway titles as shown above - one per email (up to a maximum of 5 different giveaways).  Entries are sorted by title, so incorrect entries cannot be considered. Then include your name and postal address in the email message. Email entry for our registered users onlyRegister here.

  • Facebook. "Like" Parents in Touch and we will enter you for the Shark Bite game giveaway when you 'like' and 'share' the item citing the giveaway when posted.

  • Twitter. (All Giveaways) Follow @parentsintouch, re-tweet in full  (once only) the appropriate tweets that mention the giveaways you wish to enter.Look out for tweets during the month.

Giveaway Rules

Entry into the giveaway is deemed as acceptance of these rules.

Giveaways open to UK residents over the age of 18 only.

Prize winners will be chosen at random from the list of entries. The decision of Parents in Touch is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Except if you enter by email, winners will be contacted for their postal address. You will have 48 hours to claim the prize once notified. Twitter winners will be notified by DM requesting their address, Twitter ID and prize name to be emailed - if not received within 48 hours of the DM, the prize will be forfeit. Email entry for registered users only.

One entry through each method per giveaway per household - multiple entries will disqualify from all giveaways. Only entries adhering to the instructions in  'How to enter' (above) will be considered.

Parents in Touch reserves the right to: change these rules at any time, change the prizes, or to withdraw the competitions without notice.

Please allow 30 days for receipt of prize once notified.

All giveaways close 31st October 2017, except if otherwise indicated.


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