*Win* A super bendy light – a perfect Christmas gift for a little book worm

Are you looking for a cool little gift for a book worm in your life? What about a fun bendy light that will grip, grab, hook, hang, cling and clasp literally anywhere? Sound useful?

The flexible, grippy coated legs on The Super Bendy Light from Wicked Uncle, are multi-positionable and obligingly bendy, wrapping round, under and through virtually any horizontal or vertical surface.

The light has three tactile 9cm long legs, with a 360 degree head rotation to shine the bright light just where you need it – to boldly glow where other lights can’t! Comes with batteries fitted and is very entertaining to pose in various fun shapes!

Competition Time

We have one of these cool lights to give away to one lucky Mummy Fever reader. Just enter the easy widget below.

Win A Super Bendy Reading Light

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

  • Giveaway will run until December 1st 2020.
  • There is one prize to be won.
  • The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.
  • This giveaway is open to UK entries only.
  • Entrants must be age 18 or over.
  • Data controller for the purposes of this giveaway is Mummy Fever. Your details will not be used for any other purpose than selecting/informing a winner.
  • Winner’s details will be passed to Charlotte Pearson, who is responsible for sending out the prize.
  • All entries will be checked.
  • The winner will be chosen at random from valid entries after the closing date.
  • The winner will be informed via email.
  • Failure to respond within two days may result in a new winner being drawn.
  • Once drawn, the winner’s name may be displayed on this blog post.
  • Entry into the giveaway will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.
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99 comments

  1. I’d recommend the coromoran strike books by Robert Galbraith these were shown on tv recently but I found the books much better.

  2. I recommend anything by Ellis Peters, John Grisham, Brian Haig or David Baldacci………along with several other authors whose names escape me right now!

  3. My boys aren’t great readers but the Diary of a Wimpy kid series really got them hooked. We bought most of them from charity shops so finding the whole series became a fun challenge in itself.

  4. This might be a niche choice, but I am currently reading “Budgie: The Autobiography of Goalkeeping Legend John Burridge”, which I am finding both interesting and entertaining.

  5. My son is loving Wizards of Once by Cressida Cowell while I’m really enjoying The Seven Sisters series by Lucinda Riley

  6. I recently read the very moving “Mother – A Memoir”, about the author’s mother who suffered from dementia for the last decade of her life. It raised important questions about when do we lose someone, if they are still alive, but not really “present”.

  7. I love reading and have read so many great books over the years but I highly recommend “Hames Patterson” for great Crime

  8. I just read everything I can find written by Penny Vincenzi – and I’d recommend them all, Windfall is my fave, but they’re all very good stories xx

  9. Absolutely anything by Jacqueline Wilson, not just limited to kids, and for adults any of Diane Chamberlain’s books

  10. One of my childhood favourite books is the magic faraway tree. So many imaginative paths. Where’s your dream world?!

  11. I had an ARC of Love in Lockdown – very relatable with everything going on – I’d definitely recommend when it comes out! 🙂

  12. My 2 favourite books are The Time Travellers Wife & The Book Thief. The rest of the time I read crime/thrillers.

  13. I read a lot of books in a year, How to be brave by Louise Beech has been my outstanding read……..so far but the year isn’t over yet!

  14. The young family recommendation is Peace At Last by Jill Murphy – although the adults may be a little sick of it now!

  15. I’m really liking What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Munroe. My daughter loves the Witch Wars series of books

  16. The Boy at the Back of the Class. I loved it in the summer (aged 47) my daughter is enjoying it now (aged 7) Totally recommend!

  17. The Ronald Daal books are brilliant. Love the short story collection as a starter book to get kids interested,

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