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Don’t Look Now 4 Book Gift Box: Paul Jennings & Andrew Weldon

November 19, 2015

If you are a book lover, I am sure you have heard of Paul Jennings who has written over 100 stories and won every Australian children’s choice book award. In 1995 Paul Jennings was made a Member of the Order of Australia for services to children’s literature, and was awarded the prestigious Dromkeen Medal in 2001.

“Don’t Look Now” is a four book series about taking risks and flying high. Ricky is an ordinary boy who has a dream. And a secret. Ricky can fly. Truly. But there’s a hitch. He can only fly sometimes. And no one will believe him. Which is a pain. Because he wants to be FAMOUS.

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Falling For It and the Kangapoo Key Ring, A Magician Never Tells and Elephant Bones, Haircut and Just a Nibble, and Hobby Farm and Seeing Red have all been illustrated by Andrew Weldon, whose cartoons have been published in Australia and Internationally, including in The Age, The New Yorker and The Big Issue.

Aimed at children aged 7-14 years, you can purchase the Don’t Look Now books individually or all together in the gift box online by clicking here.

I have 3 of the Don’t Look Now Gift Box sets to give away to 3 Mum To Five followers.

To enter:
Comment once on the Don’t Look Now Facebook post on the Mum To Five Facebook Page
Like the Facebook Post
Visit Allen and Unwin on Facebook

Terms and conditions:
Entry is open to Australian residents only
Entries open 7am 19.11.15 and close 9pm 2311.15 AEST
This competition is a game of chance – winners are drawn using random.org
One entry is permitted per person.
3 winners will each receive a Don’t Look Now Gift Box valued at $29.99 RRP
Winners will be notified on the Facebook Post within 24 hours of competition close and will have 48 hours to make contact to claim or a new winner will be drawn.
This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or associated with Facebook.

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3 Comments

  • Reply Jean Rutherford November 19, 2015 at 9:45 am

    Kids love the quirky sense of humour

  • Reply Stav Mataia November 19, 2015 at 1:04 pm

    My kids would absolutely love this as they always like to imagine they can fly too just like Ricky.

  • Reply Debbie O'Donnell November 20, 2015 at 10:53 am

    Don’t look now I’d like these books for my nephew.

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