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A must-have book for your children. It's perfect for bedtime and it promotes creativity and hours of fun!



WIN a signed copy of the newly released children’s picture book Ori the Octopus by Anne Helen Donnelly, as well as a craft pack filled with everything you need to complete the paper puppets at the back of the book. 20 to give away!

Ori the Octopus is a lovable character who likes to help his friends, and in this book he helps them all at once (he does have eight legs after all) – but he takes on too much! His friends step in to help him.

This delightful new children’s picture book for ages 2-5 is a great story of friendship and helping others. With big, bright, colourful illustrations, simple language and fun actions, children can actively engage in the story.

The book also includes character cut-outs. These can be coupled with short, child-friendly videos that your kids can watch on the author's website HERE to give them ideas on how to make their own shows with the puppets in the book. Hours of fun!

Also on the author’s website, there are more free activities including colouring in, join the dots, spot the difference and much more!

How to enter the competition:

All you have to do to enter is head over to our Facebook Page post HERE and answer the following question in the comments – "When was the last time you got much needed help from your friends?"

Competition ends on Monday 8th May 2017. There are 20 books with craft kits to be won!

The book is available in book stores from April 2017, or from Woodslane HERE.

RRP $17.99. ISBN 9780646962207.


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