Outdoors book giveaway

You could win one of 51 copies of fantastic books about the great outdoors!

We have more than fifty copies of amazing outdoor books up for grabs in this bumper giveaway! With titles about bees, the weather, bugs and your own back garden, there is plenty for your child to learn about the great outdoors.

In The Garden

By Emma Giuliani
Peek into different seasons using lift-up flaps to discover tulip bulbs, peas inside a pod and ripe strawberries hiding under the leaves. The bright illustrations and flaps will teach your little one about the wonders of nature ready to find on your doorstep.

We have three copies to give away, courtesy of Abrams & Chronicle

Abrams & Chronicle

The Little Gardener

By Julie A. Cerny
The Little Gardener is a combination of instructions, tips, stories, and seasonal activities designed to encourage little gardeners to have fun with nature. This book has everything from fun projects, useful charts, and writing prompts to help make gardening a fun learning experience.

We have three copies to give away, courtesy of Abrams & Chronicle

Abrams & Chronicle

Little Lift and Look Bugs

By Anna Millbourne
This books has lots to look at and feel as you follow a spotty ladybird exploring the outdoors. Discover fuzzy bees to a line of ants and flaps disguised as petals and leaves.

You could win one of three copies to give away, courtesy of Usborne.

Usborne

Poppy and Sam’s Nature Spotting Book

By Sam Taplin
With topics including “in the garden”, “all kinds of birds” and “by the pond”, join Poppy and Sam and take your first steps in learning about the natural world around you.

We have three copies to give away, courtesy of Usborne.

Usborne

Pop Up Nature

By Anna Milbourne
This pop-up book brings children closer to nature as it springs out from the pages. See pop-up bees buzzing in the flowers, spot a mouse in a blackberry bush and watch a frog swimming by in a pond.

We have three copies up for grabs, courtesy of Usborne.

Usborne

Look Inside Wild Weather

By Emily Bone
Discover all kinds of wild weather in this fascinating book with over 50 flaps to lift. See a storm raging out at sea, find out how wildfires happen and discover how climate change is affecting weather and what we can do to help our planet.

You could get your hands on one of three copies, courtesy of Usborne.

Usborne

Tiger Troubles

By Chitra Soundar
This funny story set in the Indian jungle is perfect for children who are learning to read by themselves. What will happen when Little Tiger accidentally gets woken up when Sloth Bear throws a Guava with a bad aim?

We have three copies to give away, courtesy of Bloomsbury.

Bloomsbury Children’s Books

The International Yeti Collective

By Paul Mason
When given soil, clay or mud to play with, most children are instinctively motivated to explore and experiment. This book offers lots of ways your child can discover the world around them through mud and clay, whether that’s tracking animal prints in the garden or creating their own paint for signs.

Win one of three copies, courtesy of Little Tiger.

Little Tiger Group

Dear Earth

By Isabel Otter
Tessa is writing a love letter to the Earth because she wants everyone to know how special our planet is. She believes that there is a chance to save the Earth if enough of us share the message.

Win one of three copies, courtesy of Little Tiger.

Little Tiger Group

Where the World Turns Wild

By Nicola Penfold
Juniper Greene lives in a walled city where nature has been banished, but she and her little brother Bear dream of escaping to where their mother is. As they journey into the unknown, they soon learn that there's cruelty in nature as well as beauty. Will they ever find the home they’re searching for?

We have three copies to be won, courtesy of Little Tiger.

Little Tiger Group

Jack’s Secret Summer

By Jack Ryder
Jack and his neighbours Bruno and Rocco decide to explore the strange old house at the top of the hill, overgrown with ivy. But they soon discover the ivy hides more than just walls. The house is full of magical secrets, including a strange girl with no memory.

Three copies are up for grabs, thanks to Hachette.

Hachette

Where the Wilderness Lives

By Jess Butterworth
One day, Cara and her siblings pull a mysterious locked safe out of the canal where they live. They can’t open it, but they're sure it's something special. That night, a thief comes looking for the safe. The children flee, but soon they're lost in the mountains. Will Cara and her siblings be able to survive?

You could win one of three copies, courtesy of Hachette.

Hachette

Do You Love Bugs?

By Matt Butterworth
Find out how bees make their honey, why moths always fly around lamps and how bombardier beetles protect themselves from hungry predators. There's something new to learn about each bug

You could get your hands on one of three copies, thanks to Bloomsbury.

Bloomsbury Children’s Books

The Wild Way Home

By Sophie Kirtley
When Charlie's longed-for brother is born with a serious heart condition, Charlie's world is turned upside down. He flees the hospital and makes for the ancient forest on the edge of town, where he finds a boy floating face-down in the stream, injured, but alive. He sets off back to the hospital to fetch help, but the forest has become a place as strange and wild as the boy dressed in deerskins.

Win one of three copies, thanks to Bloomsbury.

Bloomsbury Children’s Books

The Tree Keepers: Flock

By Gemma Kooman
Sylvia prefers to be alone rather than play noisy games with the other Tree Keepers. But one day, she finds a baby bird in her favourite hiding place. As Sylvia and the bird become friends, can she learn that sometimes, things are better when you have someone to share them with?

You could win one of three copies, courtesy of Quarto Books.

Quarto Kids

A Year of Nature Poems

By Joseph Coelho
With a poem for every month, this beautiful anthology of nature poems encourages a love for the natural world and explores the importance of looking after it.

Get your hands on one of three copies, thanks to Quarto Books.

Quarto Kids

How to Bee

By Bren Mcdibble
Peony wants to be a bee, a hand pollinator. She's light, she's fast, and even though she's a year too young, she's going to be the best bee the farm has ever seen. But when you're only 9, it's hard to get everyone around you to go along with your plan.

You could win one of three books, thanks to Old Barn Books.

Old Barn Books

This competition closes on Friday 14 August 2020.

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