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Win a copy of Dragon Gold and White

For the 3rd of December a weekend giveaway treat from Firefly Press!  Email fireflypress@yahoo.co.uk by 9 on Monday 5th December, titling your email ‘Shoo Rayner giveaway’ and one lucky person at random will win Shoo Rayner’s bestselling Dragon Gold and Dragon White and your own Tân the dragon as well!  He’s plush, made in Wales and really irresistible! 

Click here for more details http://www.fireflypress.co.uk/node/274
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Win a Scaredy Cats Classroom Set of books


Scaredy-Cover-for-TwitterScaredy Cats is a new compilation of eight of my Scaredy Cats stories plus one extra that never made it into the final mix, that I recently found on my hard drive.

The audio book will have yet another story that I quite forgot that I’d written for this series.

If you are a teacher in the UK and would like to win a classroom set of Scaredy Cats books, subscribe to the mailing list below and you will be entered into the draw absolutely free.

I know you should be soaking it up in the sun and forgetting all about school, but why not tell your friends all about it too?

If you can’t wait, have a look at my Kickstarter page to see the various levels of awards on offer with the publication of Scaredy Cats. Good luck and I hope I’ll be sending your prize out soon.

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Win a workshop day with me for your school!

You can win me for a day, thanks to those very nice people at Derwent Pencils. There are two days on offer in the Uk only – one for KS1 and one for KS2.

“How do we enter?” I hear you say. Well, click here or on the picture to go to the Derwent website and download the latest Halloween flavoured Art.Scene magazine. There are a couple of Halloween ideas for schools to have a go at them and enter to win me!

Hurry – the closing date is the 15th of November. Get your kids working like crazy and I’ll be rolling up to your school to have a fun day of drawing and storytelling.

Good luck 🙂