Five lucky readers of this blog will each win a copy of this brilliant new children's book from Bloomsbury Publishing.
We are giving away 5 copies of How Ali Ferguson Saved Houdini (RRP £5.99) by Elen Caldecott.
Bloomsbury author Elen Caldecott is guest blogging about her experience of writing children's fiction and you can read her post now »
About the book:
A funny and moving story about three children making friends and working out their problems, while solving a mysterious case of missing mammals
Ali Ferguson has just moved into Lever Tower with his mum. It’s not long before he meets Caitlin and the Alsatian dog she looks after, Falcon, who doesn’t take too kindly to being walked on a lead. Caitlin introduces Ali to her best friend, Gez, and together the three set out to discover, firstly, why the foxes have disappeared from the area, secondly, why the owls have appeared and, thirdly, why Miss Osborne has, it seems, vanished . . . And how exactly her disappearance is related to the previous two.
With the help of his friends and, significantly, Caitlin’s dad, Ali and his mum begin to feel comfortable and happy in their new life without Ali’s dad.
How to enter:
For your chance to win a copy, simply send your name, postal address and email address in the body of an email, with the subject field 'Ali Ferguson' to Writers & Artists (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the closing date 8 August 2010. No correspondence will be entered into and the publisher's decision is final.
How Ali Ferguson Saved Houdini is published by Bloomsbury, £5.99.
For more information about the author, visit Elen Caldecott's website »
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