On the 12 reads of Christmas Write storybooks gave to me competition

Christmas Competition Time!

From the 1st of December to 24th December, we’re offering a new competition with a different prize to be won every other day – linked to the rhyme of the 12 days of Christmas.

Christmas is finally upon us, and ‘tis the season to be jolly!

We can’t get enough of winter (all those cosy nights, perfect for reading), and we’re feeling particularly generous this year.

To say thank you to all our hardworking students, we are running some amazing competitions throughout the entire month of December.

Everyone knows the ‘12 Days of Christmas’ rhyme, but here’s a quick refresher:

On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…

All you have to do is tell us how the prize is connected to the day that it’s on!

Clue: The link may be through the title, characters, theme or author, but it’s up to you to make the connection.

12 Drummers Drumming
11 Pipers Piping
10 Lords a-Leaping
9 Ladies Dancing
8 Maids a-Milking
7 Swans a-Swimming
6 Geese a-Laying
5 Golden Rings
4 Calling Birds
3 French Hens
2 Turtle Doves
and a Partridge in a Pear Tree

How to Enter

To take part in our 12 Days of Christmas competition, you must like or follow our Facebook Page or Twitter page at @writestorybooks. In order to submit your answer, you have to like the post of that day and comment your answer with the correct hashtag. It’s that easy!

We’ll be updating our social media pages with each competition every day, but you can also check back on the course dashboard to see what you could win.

There are no limits to how many times you can enter; the only requirement is that you join us in the spirit of the season!

For full terms and conditions, please click here.

We’ll be opening a new competition every other day (right up until Christmas Eve), but even more exciting than that, let’s take a look at the book prizes you could win below…

 

On the first day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
A Boy Called Christmas’ by Matt Haig.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘A Partridge in a Pear Tree’?

 

On the second day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘The Empty Stocking’ by Richard Curtis and Rebecca Cobb.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Two Turtle Doves’?

 

On the third day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘Madeline’s Christmas’ by Ludwig Bemelmans.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Three French Hens’?

 

On the fourth day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe’ by C.S. Lewis.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Four Calling Birds’?

 

On the fifth day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘The Queen’s Present’ by Steve Antony.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Five Gold Rings’?

 

On the sixth day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘The Goose Girl’ by Shannon Hale.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Six Geese a-Laying’?

 

On the seventh day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘The Ugly Duckling’ by Hans Christian Andersen.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Seven Swans a-Swimming’?

 

On the eighth day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘A Squash and a Squeeze’ by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

For your chance to win a 10-book collection of Julia Donaldson stories, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Eight Maids a-Milking’?

 

On the ninth day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘The Nutcracker’ by The New York City Ballet and Valeria Docampo.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Nine Ladies Dancing’?

 

On the tenth day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘Letters from Father Christmas’ by J.R.R. Tolkien.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Ten Lords a-Leaping’?

 

On the eleventh day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Eleven Pipers Piping’?

 

On the twelfth day of Christmas, Write Storybooks gave to me…
‘Mimi and the Mountain Dragon’ by Michael Morpurgo.

For your chance to win, simply tell us: how does this book connect to the rhyme ‘Twelve Drummers Drumming’?

Terms and Conditions.

1. Winners will be announced by the 31st of January.

2. Should there be multiple winners with duplicated answers, one winner will be picked at random.

3. If no-one gives a correct answer, the closest answer will be chosen or entered into the prize draw.

4. If you have won a competition, please contact Write Storybooks for Children directly at support@writestorybooksforchildren.com with your address.

5. Write Storybooks for Children is no way sponsored, endorsed or administrated by Facebook or Twitter.

6. If you do not have a social media account, you can submit your entry to support@writestorybooksforchildren.com instead. Please enter the corresponding day in the subject heading of your email.
Those with correct answers will be entered into a prize draw and we’ll be announcing all the winners by the 31st January 2018.

Additional Competitions – Win an Amazon Kindle!

But our festive fun doesn’t stop there…
We also have another competition running from 1st December – 31st December! 
For details on how to enter our second competition and be in with a chance of winning a new Amazon Kindle click the button below:

We hope you all enjoy taking part in our festive competitions!

 

 

Merry Christmas and Good Luck!

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