Win £50 worth of children’s books

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This competition is now closed. The winner will be announced this week.

Win children's books

How would you like to win a £50 worth of children’s books?

Malorie Blackman, The Children’s Laureate will be embarking on a nationwide Scottish tour in May and to celebrate this, we’re running a  competition in which you can win this fantastic prize.

How to enter

Take a look at the video below from one of last year’s book tours – Matt Whyman’s tour of Angus – then post to our Facebook page with your answer to the question below with hashtag #WatchTheSavages. To be eligible for the competition, you will also need to ‘like’ the Scottish Friendly Facebook page.

The question is:

Where did Matt get the idea for his book ‘The Savages’.

Watch the video below to find out the answer:


Now post your answer to our Facebook page>

Post where it says ‘Write something on Scottish Friendly’s page…’

One winner will be selected from all correct answers posted before the closing date to the Facebook page with hashtag #WatchTheSavages who also ‘like’ the Scottish friendly Facebook page.

The winner will receive a copy of Matt Whyman’s book Goldstrike as well as a selection of age appropriate books up to the value of £50 selected by our friends at Scottish Book Trust.

The closing date has now been extended to Monday 26th May. Please only use one Facebook account to enter and limit multiple entries to one per day. For full details, see our terms and conditions.

Good luck!

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