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MEGA GIVEAWAY! Win a year's worth of reading with our LoveReading4Kids 2019 Star Books!

By Charlotte Walker on 16th October 2019

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Our Star Books are a selection of our personal favourites from the books we've read each year. The ones that have really stood out from the crowd for us. We always say if you're only going to buy a few books this year, take a look at our Star Books selection.

We have a HUGE giveaway for you to really end your year on a high. We're giving you the opportunity to win all the books selected as Star Books this year! That's around 40 books that you can keep for your family, share with friends, donate to a local school, or give as Christmas gifts. A year's worth of reading and some of our favourite books published this year, for you, for free! What are you waiting for?

Looking for more incentive to enter? Take a look at the size of this book tower taken by our Managing Director, Deborah Maclaren:

And that's not even all of the books!! How could you not want to enter?

We have books in our Star Books selection for all ages and genres - fiction and non-fiction! If your family doesn't require a certain age, you can always share them with friends or donate them to a local school or library! This really is too good of an opportunity to miss!

Here are the full list of books in this giveaway, simply click on the title to find out more about them!

The Gruffalo 20th Anniversary Edition by Julia Donaldson, Illustrated by Axel Scheffler

Lark by Anthony McGowan

The Train to Impossible Places by P. G. Bell, Illustrated by Flavia Sorrentino

A Pinch of Magic by Michelle Harrison

On the Come Up by Angie Thomas

Circle by Mac Barnett, Illustrated by Jon Klassen

The Bolds Go Wild by Julian Clary, illustrated by David Roberts

The Boy Who Flew by by Fleur Hitchcock

Rayne and Delilah's Midnite Matinee by Jeff Zentner

Proud by Juno Dawson & Various Authors, Illustrated by Selected illustrators

The Astro Naughty Naughty Baddies by Mark Sperring, Illustrated by David Tazzyman

Pog by Padraig Kenny

Opposite of Always by Justin A Reynolds

Wilderness - Jungle, Rain Forest, Tundra, Taiga, Savanna, and Desert by Mia Cassany, Illustrated by Marcos Navarro

Alex Rider: Secret Weapon, by Anthony Horowitz

Planet Omar: Accidental Trouble Magnet by Zanib Mian, Illustrated by Nasaya Mafaridi

Toffee by Sarah Crossan

The Umbrella Mouse by Anna Fargher, Illustrated by Sam Usher

The Gifted, the Talented and Me by William Sutcliffe

Pay Attention, Carter Jones by Gary D. Schmidt

It's Your World Now! by Barry Falls

I am a Tiger by Karl Newson, Illustrated by Ross Collins

Paper Planes by Jim Helmore, Richard Jones

Rumblestar by Abi Elphinstone

Call It What You Want by Brigid Kemmerer

Check Mates by Stewart Foster

My Cousin Is a Time Traveller by David Solomons

Clem and Crab by Fiona Lumbers

Swarm of Bees by Lemony Snicket, Illustrated by Rilla Alexander

The Curse of the School Rabbit by Judith Kerr

The Lost Tide Warriors by Catherine Doyle

A House Without Walls by Elizabeth Laird, Illustrated by Lucy Eldridge

Hey Sherlock! by Simon Mason

Bearmouth by Liz Hyder

Guardians of Magic by Chris Riddell

Chessboxer by Stephen Davies

Zippel The Little Keyhole Ghost by Alex Ruhle, Illustrated by Axel Scheffler

The Somerset Tsunami by Emma Carroll

North Child by Edith Pattou

With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo

So, what are you waiting for? You can enter our competition here!

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Hazel C - 29th October 2019

They all sound fabulous but really can't wait to read A Pinch of Magic

Andi G - 29th October 2019

The Train to Impossible Places, i've been meaning to get this for ages

Louise G - 28th October 2019

Got to be Clemency and Crab

Pippa A - 28th October 2019

My son is desperate to read My Cousin is a Time Traveller so I'll have to choose that one!

Clare W - 27th October 2019

I'm keen to read On the Come Up by Angie Thomas, my daughter's most looking forward to Chris Riddell's Guardians of Magic.

Emma R - 27th October 2019

Would love to read the boy who flew.

Debbie S - 25th October 2019

My Cousin is a Time Traveller sounds really good.

marie z - 25th October 2019

Awesome stack of books which I would absolutely love to share with my schools library. Rumblestar would be my first read followed by Pog x

Caitlin B - 24th October 2019

I have a little cousin who I absolutely love sitting down to read books with! We are always on the look out for new books. I know that there are so many books here that we would love to read together! !

Max C - 24th October 2019

I have a class full of year 5's who are dying to win this.

karen h - 23rd October 2019

The train to impossible places sounds like a. Great adventure although the Gruffalo is one of the best children’s books ever

bridget a - 22nd October 2019

Wow! This looks like a great selection that I know the children at our school would love to read. They really loved ‘Tin’ by Padraig Kenny so I know they will love ‘Pog’.

judy b - 22nd October 2019

The Boy Who Flew by by Fleur Hitchcock We like adventures and are robust readers!

Suzanne G - 22nd October 2019

My daughters next read is going to be The Boy Who Flew - I' m quite excited too by this one!

Annabel G - 21st October 2019

What a wonderful diverse selection of books

Karen O - 20th October 2019

This just makes my heart leap! My 2 1/2yr old granddaughter loves the books I bought her a while ago - big pictures great stories. I am now looking at taking her to the next level of entertainment - books that I can enjoy just as much as her - stories to ... be continued! I cant see where it says which book are you looking forward to reading- other posts have commented on a certain book - I think they all look great. My daughter is a teacher for Year 3 children - some of these will definitely be heading her way too... if I win:) Great site - looking forward to browsing a little more. Fourcandles

Lou A - 20th October 2019

The bolds by Julian clary but they all sound amazing

Alan M - 20th October 2019

Check Mates by Stewart Foster

delyth r - 19th October 2019

I love children books I'd love them all

Jenny M - 19th October 2019

I think my daughter would love I am a Tiger and many of the other books, some of them i would need to save for when she was a bit older but I would be prepared.

Matilda B - 19th October 2019

What a great selection of books! Pinch of magic is a fantastic read, my daughter loved it.

Sarah M - 19th October 2019

What a lovely sight! Lots and lots of books.

Sarah W - 18th October 2019

The Train to Impossible Places by P. G. Bell, Illustrated by Flavia Sorrentino - My imagination was just grabbed by the title!

helen w - 18th October 2019

This Chessboxer by Stephen Davies certainly looks good

Susan S - 17th October 2019

The Umbrella House by Anna Fargher

Helen B - 17th October 2019

The Umbrella Mouse sounds like an excellent tale my Y5s would love!

Angela M - 17th October 2019

Alex Rider: Secret Weapon, by Anthony Horowitz sounds fab! I love the other books in the series

Jane B - 17th October 2019

"The Curse of the School Rabbit". Ever since I read her autobiography "When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit" I have loved anything by Judith Kerr.

Andrea F - 17th October 2019

I am a tiger

Susan B - 17th October 2019

What a brilliant list of books. The Curse of the School Rabbit by Judith Kerr would be my first choice as my sister brought home the school tadpoles one summer and they hatched into frogs overnight. One ended up in mum's underwear!

Heather G - 17th October 2019

Toffee - haven't got round to that one yet, and I'm a huge fan of 'One' and 'Moonrise'. We're finding the verse novels are really popular, even with less confident/more reluctant readers, once our students give them a try!

Vicki V - 17th October 2019

What a list! My daughter will be so excited to read lots of these fantastic books

rachel l - 17th October 2019

A great excuse to do nothing but read.

Emma O - 17th October 2019

Aweseome - entered!

Jacqui G - 17th October 2019

Alex Rider:Secret Weapon, as my g'son (and I) love these stories.

Kris R - 17th October 2019

Toffee by Sarah Crossman

Alison J - 17th October 2019

I'd love to read The Curse of the School Rabbit by Judith Kerr.

Louise L - 17th October 2019

What a great offer - I'd love to be able to share these books with the children in the school where I work.

Siobhan H - 17th October 2019

I can't wait to read Lisa Jewell's latest, Watching You. Hope I win!

MARIA R - 17th October 2019

THE TRAIN TO IMPOSSIBLE PLACES - PG BELL as my hubby builds/makes steam trains he loves reading books with a train theme to our grandchildren, so they would all be very happy indeed!

Gemma H - 17th October 2019

Rumblestar by Abi Elphinstone is a firm favourite in our house

katie m - 17th October 2019

The curse of the School Rabbit

Lisa S - 17th October 2019

Great books there for readers of all ages!

Sally C - 17th October 2019

Wow, what a stunning selection of books, I have never seen anything so fabulous!

Jean C - 17th October 2019

The curse of the school rabbit because we’ve always loved Judith Kerr books and my grandchildren have rabbits so I’m sure they’d love this book

Leane K - 17th October 2019

Brilliant list of books!

Saffron G - 17th October 2019

What a great competition. There are some books here that my daughter has already read so I can highly recommend them. They'll be donated to the school library if we win!

Liz S - 17th October 2019

Spent my working life teaching children to read - huge job satisfaction, now loving reading with my grandchildren

Daniel K - 17th October 2019

That's a mighty impressive tower of literature!

Marion G - 17th October 2019

Swarm of Bees, it looks like a lovely story with a happy ending. Something nice to discuss with little ones.

Margaret C - 17th October 2019

The new Alex Rider

Amy T - 17th October 2019

Wow, what a fabulous selection! Toffee is one of my favourite books of the year and I’ve also been anticipating the new Elizabeth Laird after recently reading her fabulous book, ‘Welcome to Nowhere’.

Emma A - 17th October 2019

Love Checkmates. A great read especially for ADHD children in my class.

anthony h - 16th October 2019

I think that The Umbrella Mouse is one I am looking forward to reading with my Grandson

JANE K - 16th October 2019

What a great prize

Emma W - 16th October 2019

A Pinch of Magic

Nicola B - 16th October 2019

My cousins a Time traveller, my daughter loves a good funny book she can belly laugh at, and this sounds just right !!

Deanie G - 16th October 2019

Wow! What an incredible haul of books! Perfect for my bookworms xx

Nicola K - 16th October 2019

The Gruffalo. Forever enduring. A classic and must for every child's bookshelf.

kathleen m - 16th October 2019

Hey Sherlock looks intriguing.

Rebecca D - 16th October 2019

The train to impossible places looks like the sort of book both of my children would enjoy!

Kate G - 16th October 2019

The curse of the school rabbit as we love Judith Kerr’s books

Simon M - 16th October 2019

I am a Tiger by Karl Newson

Tracy N - 16th October 2019

The Train to Impossible Places by P. G. Bell, Illustrated by Flavia Sorrentino

James F - 16th October 2019

It is amazing the range of superb new books for children each year

Jackie O - 16th October 2019

A House Without Walls by Elizabeth Laird, Illustrated by Lucy Eldridge

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