Win two stunning Shine-a-Light books

If you are a regular reader of the blog you will have seen us feature the Shine-A-LightΒ books before. In short, these are stunning children’s books with an added self- discovery element for children, which makes them really exciting.

The Shine-A-Light books are an interactive treat for young children, who are encouraged to hold a torch behind the page to reveal a secret scene, all while teaching them, through beautiful illustrations and words,Β how things work. These books create super learning opportunities and all have stunning illustrations.

Now there are two new additions to this lovely series: The Human Body and Secrets of Animal Camouflage.

The Human Body is great for children wanting to learn how things work. Discover the secrets of the human body with the newest beautiful, educational, and fun title in the Shine-A-Light series. Hold a light behind the pages to see muscles flex, watch as food travels through the digestive system, and take a peek at the skeleton holding you upright.

Bright, punchy artwork makes every page an adventure in Secrets of Animal Camouflage. A hidden world of snow-covered Arctic foxes, tree-trunk hiding owls, and perfectly camouflaged butterflies will be revealed as you hold the pages to the light. A perfect addition to our new jungle-themed playroom.


Now the really exciting part for you lovely readers, a chance to WIN both of these new titles. What’s more, it’s not just one lucky winner that will get to enjoy these, but three!

Just complete the easy widget below to enter.

UK entrants only please – GOOD LUCK!

Win two new Ivy Kids titles, Secrets of Animal Camouflage and The Human Body

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  1. My favourite book is The Graffalo by Julia Donaldson
    Colourful and funny and always a joy to read

  2. I loved reading the Enid Blyton books when younger especially Mallory Towers and finding out what they got up to

  3. The Mr Men books. I became obsessed with collecting them all so that it could say “My Mr. Men library” along the side!

  4. My girls favourite book is cops and robbers by Janet and Allan Ahlberg, it’s got a lovely flow to it and the illustrations are fab!

  5. Chicken Licken…. I loved this as a child and have enjoyed it all over again with my children

  6. My own favourite was Alice in Wonderland because it’s main character was a young girl like me and Wonderland was such a magical place with so many brilliant characters.

  7. Billy’s Beetle. It’s a fun book which gets the child looking for the beetle. My kids loved it and I’ve bought a new copy recently for the little people in my life.

  8. the monkey with the blue bottom – it always makes him laugh and he can read the book himself

  9. It’s called dear zoo, it was a fav of mine as a kid and I love reading it too my children now x

  10. My son loves Night Monkey Day Monkey by Julia Donaldson. He loves the pictures, the fact that the monkeys get confused and he often finishes off the rhyming sentences

  11. I love reading the kids the Gruffalo – I probably love it more than the kids, especially the illustrations…

  12. I love reading the kids The Gruffalo – I probably love it more than the kids, especially the illustrations.

  13. I love Hairy Mclarey books, my mum read them to me as a child and now I read them to my son.

  14. My favourite children’s book is were going on a bear hunt, me and my kids went to see the theatre production of this and love reading the story

  15. My grandchildren’s favourite book is Emergency. They love it because it is repetitive and they can join in with the story and it is about different emergency vehicles which they are very interested in πŸ™‚

  16. Green Smoke by Rosemary Manning was one of my favourites, about a dragon and the girl who makes friends with him on a beach in Cornwall. I did enjoy reading it to my daughter too.

  17. I loved the Secret Seven series, then Famous Five series as a kid, because of the sense of adventure they gave

  18. The gruffalo because we love the descriptive words and repetioition which means we can follow the story without being able to read(kids)

  19. The Hungry caterpillar is popular in our house at the moment – the children just love to join in.

  20. I love the very hungry caterpillar because the illustrations are so colourful and fun ?

  21. Ten Little Pirates as there are things to count on each page, it’s cute and colourful.

  22. Pass The Jam, Jim – a wonderful rhyming book with fantastically detailed illustrations

  23. Each, Peach, Pear, Plumb. I will always remember reading it as a child! Lovely memories

  24. both my daughters enjoy reading the read at home series, with biff and chip. its also good they have these books in school too.

  25. What’s your favourite children’s book and why? My personal favourite is. . . . Hans Christian Anderson’s Fairy Tales especially The Emperor’s New Clothes as l used to really love the tales as a child

  26. i love the gruffalos child because my kids love it, its a lovely story and really gets their imaginations going

  27. The Very Hungry Caterpillar is bright, fun and memorable with stunning artwork. But most of all, it is enduring.

  28. I’m going old school here, I loved reading Enid Blyton’s Famous 5 just loved the adventures.

  29. Jacob loves the book Whatever Next. I think its because it’s about a bear going up to the moon and he really wants to go to the moon

  30. george’s marvellous medicine. The experimentation, the creativity – probably inspired my love of experimental cooking. Shame i’ve not has as magical results… Yet….

  31. At present the magic of reality by Richard Dawkins which we read with the children. It is a fantastic introduction to science and evolution. Highly recommended.

  32. My son loves Hairy McLairy and has pretty much memorised it word for word! We have a lot of fun with that book!

  33. Superworm! I’ve also loved mini beasts and wildlife and so does my son, we both love reading this book!

  34. My daughter still loves The Gruffalo. She loves that I do voices and we do actions altogether πŸ™‚

  35. I loved the Enid Blyton books as a kid. Famous Five, Secret Seven etc. But the main ones were the ones that took you to mysterious places and lands – Faraway Tree, The Wishing Chair series etc. Such memories.

  36. I always loved Carrie’s War by Nina Bawden, and can’t wait until I can read it to my own daughter!

  37. I love Kasper in the Glitter by Philip Ridley. I read it back in Primary school and I’ve loved it ever since!

  38. I love you Little Monkey, our son loves this book and it gives me huge pleasure to see his reactions when my husband is reading it to him

  39. Jayden’s favourite is Mr fox has lost his socks. He loves interaction books this one has lift up flaps

  40. I kived the Noddy books , the first book i ever read myself without help was a Noddy book and i grew to love them and all other Enid Blyton books too

  41. I’ve always loved the BFG since I was a little girl. Now its our little girls favorite book.
    We loved the new film too.
    Fantastic Giveaway!
    I love you blogs. Keep up the amazing work!

  42. We have this amazing book called Why? And it’s a encyclopaedia, it’s intriguing for the kids and even I’ve learned so much from it.

  43. My son loves to read Julia Donaldson books, he loves the fun rhyming aspects of them, he also loves anything with dinosaurs or robots lol

  44. The Jolly Postman is a really nice book for children with all the letters and postcards to bring it to life x

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