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Win Our Second Set of LoveReading4Kids Star Books 2020!

By LoveReading4Kids on 1st July 2020

As you may well know, we have a section of our site where we proudly display our Star Books – the books that really stand out from the crowd of the thousands of books published and the hundreds of books we select and read every year here at Team LoveReading4Kids. We love to update the Star Books section of our website whenever a new stand out book comes our way. 

In order to share the book love, as we have already mentioned, we will be running competitions throughout 2020 to win these Star Books. The first competition went incredibly well and we have the next batch ready for our latest competition.

Our Star Books are a selection of titles that our experts have absolutely adored, the books that really stand out for them! So this really is an amazing reading list and an extra special prize. 

This competition will run for three months, from July 1st-30th September, so there's plenty of time for you to enter, just make sure you don't forget! Click here to enter and don't miss out on a chance to win this amazing selection of books, what a prize this is!

Books up for grabs

The Diddle That Dummed by Kes Gray

This Book Has Alpacas by Emma Perry

Not Now, Bernard by David McKee

The Falling in Love Montage by Ciara Smith

Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo

The Super Mirculous Journey of Freddie Yates by Jenny Pearson

Birds by Miranda Krestovnikoff

The Enigma Game by Elizabeth Wein

The Maze of Doom by David Solomons

Survival in Space by David Long

The Train Mouse by Uwe Timm

The Austen Girls by Lucy Worsely

Mic Drop by Sharna Jackson

A Fox Called Herbert by Margaret Sturton

Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt

Comments (43)

Alison A - 30th September 2020

Always love "Not Now Bernard" and "The Enigma Game" sounds interesting

Lisa S - 30th September 2020

They all look fab - Birds looks great!

Claire D - 30th September 2020

The Austen Girls by Lucy Worsley love watching her on TV

Brenda B - 30th September 2020

The Austen Girls by Lucy Worsely SOUNDS FABULOUS

Anne H - 30th September 2020

There are so many wonderful books on this list. The Enigma Game by Elizabeth Wein and The Austen Girls particularly stand out for me.

Claire W - 30th September 2020

Survival in space sounds fantastic!

lynn n - 30th September 2020

A fox called Herbert looks intriguing for me!

Susan B - 30th September 2020

Birds by Miranda Krestovnikoff jumps out at me but all the books look really appealing.

Debbie E - 30th September 2020

What an amazing prize, such a fabulous selection of books. I would love to win this for my two little bookworms.

Gill M - 30th September 2020

My daughter is Alpaca mad so we would love to read This Book Has Alpacas

chris b - 30th September 2020

A Fox called Herbert looks a fab read

Charlie B - 30th September 2020

i am most excited about 'A Fox Called Herbert' by Margaret Sturton! i know that my little niece & nephew would absolutely love it!

Adrian B - 30th September 2020

I'd like to read The Austen Girls by Lucy Worsely

Jenny R - 29th September 2020

I am intrigued by the title Clap When You Land, so that would be my first choice to read.

Mark W - 29th September 2020

I love the sound of The Train Mouse by Uwe Timm, just for the title alone .

Patricia A - 29th September 2020

The Austen Girls

Josephine P - 29th September 2020

Lovely selection, my granddaughter and I will have great fun reading these

paul j - 29th September 2020

Not Now, Bernard

Michael O - 29th September 2020

Wonderful selection

Anne-Marie M - 28th September 2020

Great Books Old and New! Would love to have a copy of 'Not, Now Bernard!' to read to my niece and nephews, I loved it as a kid and think they would love it too!

adrian p - 28th September 2020

The Diddle that Dummed --sounds very interesting--wnat a great title for a book

adrian p - 28th September 2020

The Diddle that Dummed --sounds very interesting--wnat a great title for a book

Patricia D - 28th September 2020

I would love to share The Austen Girls by Lucy Worsley but it is a fabulous selection on offer.

Alana W - 26th September 2020

Fantastic selection of books! I remember reading Tuck Everlasting at secondary school. Great book, I would love to introduce my children to it.

Fiona K - 25th September 2020

I would like to read Birds and The Austen Girls. I think my granddaughter will enjoy This book has Alpacas.

MANDY D - 25th September 2020

Little Lies, sounds intriguing

Flo B - 25th September 2020

All of these books sound amazing!!!

Kath V - 23rd September 2020

The Austen Girls!

Pippa A - 22nd September 2020

I've read Clap When You Land already but I'd love to pass this on to someone else, it is the most amazing book!

Sally C - 22nd September 2020

Wow, what an amazing prize bundle!

natasha b - 22nd September 2020

Really lovely read! Would love to win these for our school as we are pretty low on stock and new year 7's will love it

miranda m - 21st September 2020

I am most excited about 'Birds' as I loved H is for Hawk and the author has the same name as me!

Juliet W - 18th September 2020

I have three children who all love reading so between them they’d quickly work their way through the Star books!

Jordan W - 17th September 2020

Just starting a PGCE and would love a bunch of the most popular and rated books to get my knowledge of the best children's books a kick start!

Victoria J - 14th September 2020

I'd be really interested to read The Austen Girls - i think my children (and I) would really enjoy it

Chantelle E - 14th September 2020

These would make great additions to our new school library!

jean v - 12th September 2020

I would be really interested to read 'The Austen Girls' myself before passing it on to my daughter, then granddaughter as I have read all their books, my daughter has most and my granddaughter has just started her first.

Marion G - 8th September 2020

Would love to read Tuck Everlasting with my Grandchildren.

Sean E - 7th September 2020

They all sound exciting but my daughter would love to read Tuck Everlasting first ❤️

Dawn H - 5th September 2020

Would love to win these to donate to our school library :)

Nicola S - 4th September 2020

I think my daughter would really enjoy ‘Mic Drop’ and ‘Birds‘.

Naomi O - 3rd September 2020

Love these star books - a great way to keep up with brilliant books being published!

Helen L - 1st September 2020

These all look great, but most looking forward to reading Mic Drop - the children all enjoyed High Rise Mystery so much.

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