Pet giraffes, naughty bunnies, magical flowers and a feisty female inventor – there’s a children’s book for every child this summer. And you could win them all!
Izzy Gizmo’s inventions are marvellous, magnificent… and often malfunction. When Izzy rescues an injured crow, her imagination is tested to its limit. Can she invent some new wings? Or is her new friend destined to live as a crow who can’t fly? This fabulously feisty read comes from Pip Jones, the author of the Squishy McFluff series, and Sara Ogilvie, illustrator of The Detective Dog.
The Bad Bunnies’ Magic Show
When the great magician, Hypno, goes missing just before a show, his rabbits Abra and Cadabra step in to save the day. But are these little bunnies all that they seem, or is there more to their sleight of paw than meets the eye? An exciting new novelty book from the award-winning and highly popular Mini Grey, creator of The Adventures of the Dish and the Spoon.
Have You Seen My Giraffe?
Did you know, they don’t give away goldfish at the fairground anymore? You can win a giraffe instead! Although, you might come across a few problems when you bring your new pet home. Giraffes tend to be big and clumsy, so here is a handy guide to all the best places to hide them… A hilarious story by author Michelle Robinson, with illustrations from one-to-watch Claire Powell.
Poppy and the Blooms
When the last park in the city is to be closed, Poppy and her flower friends, the Blooms, have to do something. Scattering magic as they go, the Blooms speed away on their mission. Will they save the park?
This inspirational story comes from new talent Fiona Woodcock, showing how even something small can make the biggest of differences.
Simon & Schuster Children’s Books is giving you the chance to win a copy of all four books, plus a limited-edition signed Izzy Gizmo print, alongside picture book goodies, with five sets to give away. To be in with a chance of winning, simply enter your details in the form below. Good luck!
This competition will close at 11:59pm on 14 September, 2017