Thursday, 20 June 2013

Narnia library giveaway (c/d 12 July 2013)

In conjunction with the fabulous Narnia food and feasts competition (you can read all about it in my previous post Are you a Narnia cooking star?) Harper Collins kindly offered a beautiful Narnia book set for one of my blog readers.



The Narnia library includes one copy of each of the following:

1.       The Magician’s Nephew
2.       The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
3.       The Horse and His Boy
4.       Prince Caspian
5.       The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
6.       The Silver Chair
7.       The Last Battle





If you would like to win this prize, please fill in the Rafflecopter form.
T&Cs:
Only the first step is mandatory: all you need is answer the question by leaving a comment.

All the other steps are optional, you don't have to do them all. All it takes to win is just one entry.
Only one entry per person is allowed (however, you can tweet daily and do a bonus click entry daily as well to increase your chances).
The giveaway is open to the UK residents only.
Once the Rafflcopter picks the winner, I will check if the winner has done what was requested. I will contact the winner, if they do not reply within a week, the prize will be allocated to another person.
The giveaway will close on 12 July 2013 at midnight.
Good luck!

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94 comments:

  1. It would be for my boys, they are a little young yet but soon I think the oldest one will be ready for narnia. I used to love it when I was little!

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  2. hello it will go to my daughter, maddi. my beautiful princess. x

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  3. For my son. He is Autistic and struggles to read, however, I read him a few chapters every night at bedtime. He loves that :-)

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  4. Lovely prize! I am sure little J will love these when he is a bit older so I would save these for him :)

    Penny

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  5. Wonderful books to share with children!

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  6. My daughter, she is the same age as I was when I read the series.

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  7. My daughter who is 8 in July @kikicomp

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  8. I have 5 grandaughters, these books would be a godsend. Fingers crossed. xx

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  9. Think they would live in my house for a while, these covers bring back such great memories of reading this series many, many years ago!

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  10. They would be for me, initially. I read them when I first began work as a librarian many moons ago. Our own copies were 'borrowed' never to return. Would love to reacquaint myself with the stories, then they would be passed on for others to enjoy.

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  11. I would give these to my children who all love the Narnia books and films.

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  12. My Dad. It will be his 75th birthday later in the year. A super gift for my father the bookworm !

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  13. I would love to win these to read. We have a fear of Narnia in our house as my son was given a Narnia book to read in error at school - it was a child much older. It took us weeks to get through it and the mention of Narnia still a no word in our house. I would love to rid both me and my son of this fear.

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  14. I never had the pleasure of reading any of the Narnia books, so I would love to read them, then pass them on to children in the family.

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  15. Francesca may be only seven but she can read everything and would love these. Hard to find suitable things for her sometimes.

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  16. Lily Mai my smashing great gran daughter, i love these books as a child

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  17. My 2 daughters, the eldest has seen the recent films, and wants to read the books, the younger one is current hovering up every child's book in house!

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  18. What a lovely prize! The girls will love these books when they are older, it would be delightful to win such lovely editions too!

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  19. Fantastic prize! I would be thrilled if I won this prize as they are exactly the same books (and covers) as my mum read to me as a child (they were my older brothers books). I have such fond memories of making my mum read the entire book of 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe' in one day whilst she was pregnant with my little sister. I was so engrossed with each chapter that I kept asking for one more chapter until we ended up until the early hours of the morning finishing the book. Brilliant!

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  20. My twin girls - I've read them the stories once before, but would love them to have their own set to treasure!

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  21. My eight year old son. I am trying to find him books to read.

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  22. I will keep them for my grandsons.

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  23. Lynsey Buchanan21 June 2013 at 21:57

    My daughter

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  24. I would read them myself. I love re-reading books from my childhood.

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  25. my younger sister :) .. claire gray

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  26. This would go to my grandson who will be seven this year. He loves stories and has a wicked imagination. We all read to him regularly but he is struggling to read to himself. Something like this would help inspire him to make that jump into "big boy" books! x

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  27. I think I would keep it for myself (just until my children are old enough, obviously!)

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  28. Me - I haven't read these for decades.

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  29. that would be my son but will probably have a read myself its a long time since i read them

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  30. this will be for my 7 year old son who absolutely loves reading!

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  31. My niece, she's recently become a voracious reader!

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  32. Me because I have never read them shockingly! I loved to read as a child so I dont know how they bypassed me - And I love the tv show that was on in the 80's too!

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  33. My son,he reads a lot and really takes good care of his books,no one else is allowed to touch them!

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  34. My four children would have them all read to them by me! I was given the box set many years ago aged about 10, and I loved every single page! The first book the Magicians Nephew was fantastic, as was the Horse and his boy! Loved them and wish I knew what happened to mine! But yes, all of my kids would benefit from this fantastic collection!

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  35. my nephew who is narnia mad :)

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  36. I love the Chronicles of Narnia and would love to own the series!

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  37. My best friends little girl as she is a huge Narnia fan.


    @LaaMoii

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  38. My niece - she adores Narnia

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  39. my son is the biggest narnia fan ever

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  40. my daughter would love these, she is a big fan

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  41. I loved reading these when I was young, would give these to my partner's cousin's children.

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  42. Id like to say I'd keep them myself to read but Im sure my 7yr old will end up stealing them from me for bedtime stories :)

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  43. It will be for my husband as his set is worn and then my 9yo can read it!

    BNM

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  44. I think one of my grandkids would love them

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  45. My kids, I loved these books as a child and would love to read them to my little ones too. x

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  46. My son, he would love these :-)

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  47. My children but I think I'd read them first x

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  48. My son who would really enjoy reading the books.
    dcavender@fsmail.net

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  49. it would go to my daughter Ruby, who loves the Narnia Tales

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  50. I would keep them for my son to read to him at bedtime

    @Jakeysmummy2006

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  51. Darlene Ovenstone8 July 2013 at 11:00

    I would also keep it to read to my son at bedtime x

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  52. Me to begin with as I loved the Narnia books when I was a child, but I haven't read them since. Then I would pass them on to my children.

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  53. I would read these to my two boys.

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  54. we pass books around the family

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  55. My mum, she loves these books and would read them to the Grandkids x

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  56. my son. i had the set as a child and wished id kept them

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  57. Would love to win these. So good for the imagination!

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  58. My daughters we are all huge Narnia fans

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  59. My niece & nephew would love these

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  60. would love these for my grandson daniel

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  61. I'd rather selfishly keep them for myself, it's been many years since I read these books and it would be wonderful to enjoy them again.

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  62. trevor linvell11 July 2013 at 12:16

    for my neice, all she knoes about these great books are the recent movies!

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  63. My Little Boy to encourage him to diversify his reading x

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  64. Sue Jackson (suz@cooldark.com)11 July 2013 at 12:58

    My daughter. :)

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  65. My daughters if they can share!!

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  66. My darling Nephew :-
    bluemonkeyuk@yahoo.co.uk

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  67. My Son, would be lovely to have the set.

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  68. My stepdaughter (but only after I have read them first!)

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  69. My two neices, they are just at the age where fantasy is completely enthralling to them .

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  70. My lovely Sister who has just moved into a new house x

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  71. My son would love this,recently he's started getting into reading on his own and looks like he's really enjoying it, better than sitting on video games!

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  72. I'd love to have them, particularly with the original covers as mine went missing during a move as a child!

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  73. My 13 year old daughter (and me to re-read them since childhood!)

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  74. It will be my two boys as a family present. When I was a child I loved the stories and it's lovely for the to share that too.

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  75. My daughter. This is what i love about classics like these books. I t's lovely sharing literature though the generations. My mum read them, Then me and now my daughter. One day her children can read them.
    Lovely x

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  76. For my daughter Evie (aged 8), she is an avid reader and budding author. She would love and treasure this collection!

    Lya thomas
    @peonies76

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  77. My daughter, and hopefully she'll love them as much as I did when I was her age

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  78. me, love Narnia

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  79. My godson Isack; he really loves to read and as I enjoyed these I wouldnt mind passing the legacy on!

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