Competition time with Non Pratt

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The Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour are heading to the west of Scotland to visit Secondary schools in East Ayrshire, East Dunbartonshire, Glasgow City and Inverclyde with author Non Pratt, a pop-punk fan who now writes relatable and engaging fiction for young adults to great acclaim.

Competition Time

To celebrate Non’s upcoming tour, we are giving away a signed and dedicated copy of her brilliant book Unboxed.

Four friends meet up at their old school to open the memory box they stowed there years ago – with five letters inside for four of them, because their friend Millie has died. When they open the box they find a new letter from Millie and discover that she has left them special instructions: permission to open her letter only if they all read aloud the letters they wrote to their older selves, revealing their deepest secrets. Particularly suitable for reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 13+.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer this question;

Another word for memory box is a) time machine b) time capsule c) time Tupperware

The closing date is Friday 31 October. To enter please email the following to fraser.napier@scottishbooktrust.com; the answer to the above question, your name, your email address, who you would like the book to be dedicated to.

About Non Pratt

Non Pratt is a British author whose debut novel, Trouble, was short-listed for the YA Book Prize and the Branford Boase Award and long-listed for the Carnegie Medal. Her other books include Remix, Unboxed, and Truth or Dare. She lives in London.








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