6/06/2016

Little Tiger Press - I Love My Daddy Book - Competition


Little Tiger Press are one of our favourite publishers and we've been fortunate enough to be working with them over the last couple of years. The My Little World collection is a range that keeps both Noah and I excited and intrigued and the books just keep getting better and better. The newest release from the range being I Love My Daddy.

Join a colourful cast of characters and find out why each dad deserves his shiny star in this concentric, colourful book about giving. A perfect gift for Father’s Day, it’s never too early to introduce littles ones to reading – especially when it’s with their Daddy! Reading is not only a great way to spend quality time together, but sharing books from an early age also helps children open their eyes and minds to a world of imagination.The bright artwork from Fhiona Galloway, finger holes and clever die cuts in ever decreasing stars throughout, as well as the enchanting rhyming text by Jonathan Litton makes learning come to life.

The companion title to I Love My Mummy, I Love My Daddy is the tenth title in the My Little World range; a series which has sold over 1 million books worldwide in 2 years.

How would you like to win a copy? I have two to give away! To enter all you need to do is use the Gleam form below. Good luck and don't forget to enter my other blog competitions

I Love My Daddy Book

Terms & Conditions.                                                                                                 
1. 2 winners will each receive 1 copy.
2. Prize supplied directly from the PR. 
3. Competition ends 10/07/16 
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified. 
5. UK entries only.

58 comments:

  1. Down By the River: Very Special Friends - looks great for my eldest to read to his younger brother & sister x

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  2. I like 'A Mouse So Small' I think my niece would like it! :)

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  3. There's a Bison Bouncing on the Bed! - this would appeal to my little Grandson! not many childrens books having a bison as the main character!

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  4. The Homeless Foal Author: Tina Nolan ...
    because I want the children to understand and be involved in animal rescue as they grow.

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  5. I like the look of Peekaboo A to Z! My son Oscar loves books with flaps and the illustrations look really colourful!

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  6. There's No Such Thing as a Snappenpoop...reminds me a little of The Gruffalo when the child is led to believe that something that really shouldn't exist does ;) - lovely story and brilliantly illustrated.

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  7. I love the busy train as my little one loves trains

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  8. I love the Messy book
    I'd choose this one

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  9. There's a dragon in my toilet :) xx

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  10. The Messy Book because I love the quirky illustrations.

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  11. I love the idea of 'There's No Such Thing as a Snappenpoop' because it reminds me of things I used to do to my little brother! I'd send him on errands to fetch the strangest things just to get rid of him!

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  12. I love the sound of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star book for my little girl, she has this song playing just before she goes to sleep

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  13. I like the sound of Cow Says Moo as I think it is good to learn animal noises from a young age.

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  14. Peekaboo A to Z looks very interactive and fun!

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  15. I like the look of Slurps and Burps, a Dirty Bertie collection as it looks funny. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  16. There’s a Dragon in my Toilet, my grandson would love this, any kind of toilet humour, typical little man age 5

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  17. Vroom! would be a huge hit in this house!

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  18. Paws McDraw because it sounds really adventurous and my wee boy would love it. It also reminds me of a programme I watched and loved as a little girl (Penny Crayon).

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  19. Paws McDraw because it sounds really adventurous and my wee boy would love it. It also reminds me of a programme I watched and loved as a little girl (Penny Crayon).

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  20. There's no such thing a Snappenpoop, it sounds fun and the sort of word my kids would like to say

    Kirsty Fox

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  21. http://www.littletiger.co.uk/books/theres-a-dragon-in-my-backpack-1?fpathbox=66 my boy would love this, we have lots of tiger press books they are fab!!! @msedollyp

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  22. Elizabeth Hinds15 June 2016 at 18:26

    I love the sound of The Messy Book! :)

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  23. A mouse so small as it sounds lovely and the images look great! @kleesical

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  24. I like the sound of the thank you book,think my little boy would love the finger puppets, and also I love the fact it's about manners which I am very big on!x

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  25. I'd love the I love my daddy book x

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  26. I'd love the I love my daddy book x

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  27. pirates in pyjamas as it sounds like a light hearted fun book and who doesnt like pirates or pyjamas

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  28. Above and Below, my son is really into his animals x

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  29. There's No Such Thing as a Snappenpoop - it sounds fun, i would love to know if there IS such a thing as a snappenpoop ;)

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  30. I like the sound of the bison bouncing on the bed- my son loves bouncing so he'd enjoy that!

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  31. I would choose The messy book for my son because he is at the age now where we are encouraging him to tidy his toys and this book would maybe explain it to him better

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  32. I would choose The messy book for my son because he is at the age now where we are encouraging him to tidy his toys and this book would maybe explain it to him better

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  33. I like a mouse so small my little boy would love if too x

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  34. think my grandson would love a Brush with danger, would keep him amused as he loves reading

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  35. the magic of christmas as it tells you the magic of christmas :)

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  36. We have the ugly duckling book and love it!

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  37. the peekaboo A to Z it looks bright and fun whilst still being educational

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  38. This would be fabulous for our little ones

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  39. This would be fabulous for our little ones

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  40. Pirates in pyjamas sounds like a fun book
    Joanna kasznicki

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  41. The Messy book sounds good, my nephew would enjoy this book xxx

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  42. Worlds Greatest Liar - because my son is 9 and he has a habbit of telling his friends porkies so this could teach him why not to. Thanks

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  43. There's a Bison Bouncing on the Bed sounds fun

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  44. My niece loves squirrels - 'A Friend Like You' would be lovely for her x

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  45. The Messy book, has animals and contains humour. Both of these are popular with children.

    Rachel Craig

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  46. Sadiyya maryam9 July 2016 at 19:09

    The Messy book as it looks so much fun.

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  47. Santas Magic key..
    Would love it for my youngest three who're just at that age now where they get excited X about Santa visiting

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  48. Hyde and Squeak - my son loves the look of it!

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  49. The Messy Book because I love the great illustrations.

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  50. Would love to win this for story time with my bubs :)

    cornish_cookie

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  51. Pirates in pjamas because my little boy loves pirates

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  52. Peekaboo A to Z! We love peekaboos :)

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  53. Pauline Burroughs10 July 2016 at 22:31

    I've Seen Santa because Christmas is such a magical time and this books sounds wonderful for a child's imagination

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