Win a Sarah Lean Book Collection

The Forever WhaleThe bestselling author of A Dog Called Homeless, Sarah Lean will release yet another touching and thoughtful book on 4th July 2013.

The Forever Whale tells the story of Hannah who, like many young girls, adores her Grandad. Sadly her Grandad has Alzheimer’s and he’s always forgetting things. He keeps trying to tell Hannah a story about a whale, and it seems really important, but it’s all jumbled up. Then Grandad has a stroke and he can’t remember anything, not even Hannah. It’s like he’s lost inside himself. Determined to get Grandad back, Hannah sets out to make a film that will remind him of his life – and in doing so starts to piece together and extraordinary story about a whale that connects Grandad’s childhood with her own.

In celebration of this release we have copies of all three of Sarah Lean’s books to give away;

• A Dog Called Homeless

• A Horse for Angel

• The Forever Whale

If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning just leave me a comment telling me your favourite childhood book and record your entry along with any additional entries in the rafflecopter widget below. The giveaway will run until Monday 22nd July 2013.

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Comments

  1. Lynne OConnor says

    I loved the school stories from Enid Blyton – both the St Clares and Mallory Towers stories

  2. Anthea Holloway says

    I loved Kurri Kurri the Kookaburra which my aunt sent me from Australia. I still have it and still love reading it.

  3. sam bailey says

    Anything by Enid Blyton was and always will be favourites of mine, From the famous five to the secret seven i was hooked, But the ones i remember most, and read to my now teenage daughter and my 2 year old Niece were “The Folk Of The Faraway Tree” the collection with magic chair, wishing well tales etc etc

  4. sian hallewell says

    I wasn’t interested in learning to read until I came across chicken Licken. My Mum refused to read it anymore and so I learnt to read. Haven’t stopped reading since

  5. Irene Wright says

    The Girl Guide Annual – was in the Brownies and couldn’t wait to get to the Guides – they seemed so ‘grown-up’ and were allowed to go camping…lol

  6. Jessica Edmunds says

    The faraway Tree! My teacher used to read it to us, but I also learnt to read with my grandmother who brought me up and we would read it together at night time :)

  7. says

    The Silver Sword, by Ian Serraillier, I first read a chapter in our Reading Library at School, and pestered my parents to get me the whole book, I was desperate to konw the whole story. It was a brilliant Read.

  8. Chantal says

    Peter Pan – I remember reading it & crying because I did not want to grow up. I still love it & although I may have gotten older I have not grown up!

  9. tamalyn roberts says

    i loved anything by enid blyton, the famous five, mallory towers, brer rabbit, the magical faraway tree etc. those will always be my fave

  10. Melanie says

    My favourite childhood books were Enid Blyton, especially The Faraway Tree and the exciting adventures at the top of the tree!

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