#Win Tiger Press Mothers Day Book Bundle

Tiger Press Competition 


 #Win Tiger Press Mothers Day Book Bundle

One of our lucky readers is about to win a Tiger Press Book bundle consisting of the below titles, yes that’s right you will win them all. 


 #Win Tiger Press Mothers Day Book Bundle

RRP: £5.99 Released February 2014 – Paperback

Written By Tracey Corderoy and Illustrated by Alison Edgson.

It’s Arthurs first day apart from his mummy and he really misses her. Even his fantastic dragon costume and favorite toy dragons don’t cheer him up. “Raaagh!” he roars grumpily. But luckily Granny knows just what to do…

An award winning book by Tracey Corderoy, you may remember her as the author of (Hubble Bubble, Granny Trouble and The Grouch) and illustrated by Alison Edgson (Yuck! That’s Not a Monster! Winner if the Red House children’s book award 2011).

I want my Mummy is the perfect book to read to a toddler worried about being apart from their parents. Ideal if your toddler is starting pre-school or if you are going away for the weekend and grandparents are being left in charge. This funny, enchanting book will ease your toddler’s anxiety about being separated from you.


 #Win Tiger Press Mothers Day Book Bundle

RRP: £10.99 Released February 2014 – Hardback

Written by Angela McAllister Illustrated by Alison Edgson

This latest picture book from the fantastic author and illustrator team, Angela McAllister and Alison Edgson, is a touching, gently humorous story exploring the unique relationship between siblings. The perfect read for young children with brothers or sisters. Scurry loves sunflowers. He’s got one special seed that he’s going to grow just for his mummy. But his little brother, Scamp, loves sunflower seeds, and when he eats his brother’s special seed, he’s in real trouble. Two small mice. One sunflower seed. And a very big adventure.

The perfect read for young children with brothers and sisters, Mummy’s Little Sunflowers is touching family tale about sibling rivalry.


 #Win Tiger Press Mothers Day Book Bundle

RRP: £9.99 – Released March 2014

A Carry Case with Four mini paperbacks, a card and stickers.

Use the stickers to decorate a special card for Mum! Then snuggle up for story time with these four fantastic books, which come in a beautifully designed carry case. The four paperbacks included in the case are: Big Bear, Little Bear, My Mummy and Me, Little Bears Special Wish and The Most Precious Thing.


I would like to give a massive thank you to Tiger Press for allowing our readers the opportunity of winning this book bundle. So what do you have to do to be in with a chance of winning this amazing prize!

Really easy Rafflecopter entry options Good Luck Everyone!


  1. This giveaway is open to all UK residents only.
  2. A winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter and announced on this Competition page, Via Twitter and Facebook
  3. The winner will be contacted by e-mail within 3 days of competition ends, if they do not respond within 7 days another winner may be chosen.
  4. Any non delivery is unfortunately not my responsibility, yet I will try to help with any non delivery issues
  5. Entries will be checked before the Winner is announced
  6. Competition ends on 25/03/2014

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About rachelhirst

Hi I am Rachel Hirst & this is my blog! I love to tell the world about my family and our daily antics. I have been married to my husband for so long and I love him to pieces. We have been so lucky to have two wonderful children both boys Lewis & Jake. Things I love are as follows: Blogging Daily, Writing, Reading, Beauty, Fashion, Craft, Food & Gaming. Previously I have been a community manager for Made for Mums, following that I have created this blog to hopefully entertain you a little. Thank you for taking the time to read my blog and I look forward to every comment you may post.


  1. clair pearson says:

    I love you mummy is my girl’s favourite book of all time, need to read it Every single night

  2. Emma Green says:

    Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers

  3. Nicola Holland says:

    The Magic Faraway Tree

  4. Jo Hutchinson says:

    I Houdini by Lynne R Banks

  5. sarah davison says:

    Room on the broom – Julia Donaldson

  6. karen cowley says:

    I used to love the worst witch when i was a kid and now love the Gruffalo xx

  7. John Taggart says:

    the Gruffalo

  8. iain maciver says:

    the gruffalo

  9. EMMA WALTERS says:

    the peter rabbit tales

  10. Monkey Puzzle

  11. Michaela Turner says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  12. abigail edkins says:

    the wishing powder

  13. Paula Harvey says:

    The Tiger who came to Tea!

  14. Ann Weir says:

    my son loves all the biff, chip and kipper books at the moment :-)

  15. niki warburton says:

    stick man

  16. laura stewart says:

    mr men books :)

  17. samantha price says:

    tiger comes to tea

  18. Alana Walker says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  19. Kathy D says:


  20. Samantha R says:

    the jolly postman

  21. Samantha R says:
  22. Ashleigh Allan says:

    We’re going on a bear hunt!

  23. liz ferguson says:

    bear hunt

  24. anthony harrington says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  25. Claire D says:

    The Hungary Caterpillar

  26. Wind in the Willows

  27. Sarah Pilbeam says:

    The Gruffalo x

  28. The Tiger who came to Tea

  29. richard hill says:

    has to be the gruffalo, amazing x

  30. The Jolly Postman!

  31. The very hungry caterpillar :)

  32. To read aloud, I loved Where the wild things are, Mog the forgetful cat, too many, can’t choose just one.

    A favourite of mine though, The Little White Horse, Elizabeth Goudge

  33. claire woods says:

    Famous Five

  34. The Snail and the Whale
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  35. Kay panayi says:

    The jolly postman

  36. michelle banks says:

    matilda x

  37. stacy taylor says:

    mine will always be winnie the pooh by AA Milne

  38. Debbie Grinstead says:

    The Tiger Who Came to Tea

  39. Emma Collins says:

    were going on a bear hunt


    What’s your favorite children’s book!
    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  41. Laura Pritchard says:

    Room on the Broom

  42. Debbie Burfoot says:


  43. Sandra Clarke says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  44. Stephanie Tsang says:

    What the Ladybird Heard.

  45. Lindsay Felvus says:

    Winnie the Pooh

  46. Karen Usher says:

    I love the “Old school” books – Little red Riding Hood is a firm favourite.

  47. The gruffalo

  48. debbie godbolt says:

    room on the broom :)

  49. The very hungry caterpillar

  50. Christopher Read says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  51. katie Kathurima says:

    changes all the time at the moment ‘Daisy learns to dance’

  52. Laura Linsey says:

    Never Say No To A Princess

  53. Christina Curtis says:

    Never say No to a Princess

  54. Lynn HEath says:

    The mummy shop

  55. The Gruffalo

  56. Andy Kadir-Buxton says:

    I loved all things science fiction
    And would read for hours and hours
    And now these books have become films
    Some are cinematic towers

  57. Helen Grayson says:

    Percy the park keeper :)

  58. Christine Lockley says:

    Ooh so difficult, we have lots of faves – The Jolly Postman, The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom

  59. Mickie Bull says:

    Enid Blyton – The Magic Faraway Tree

  60. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    The Tiger Who Came To Tea

  61. Danielle Graves says:

    The Magic Faraway Tree

  62. kim neville says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  63. Julie Ward says:

    The very ticklish tiger

  64. katie skeoch says:

    The Hungry Caterpillar

  65. Folk of the Faraway Tree :)

  66. Pam Gregory says:

    The Gruffalo

  67. Pam Gregory says:
  68. helen atkins says:

    Funny bones

  69. Amy Skinner says:

    anything with Spot the dog

  70. Katie Robertson says:

    Room On The Broom

  71. claire matthews-curtis says:

    The Hungry Caterpillar

  72. Zoe Roxby says:

    Meg and Mog

  73. Tracey Whysall says:

    The frog prince.

  74. Rebecca Gransden says:

    The Twits by Roald Dahl

  75. At the moment we are loving how to catch a star and the hungry caterpillar
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  76. ann-marie speak says:

    My little girl loves any book. But I think her favourite are her gruffalo shapes colours etc x

  77. peter pan

  78. helen atkins says:

    Funny bones is a great book

  79. Emma Davies says:

    The magic faraway tree

  80. Janine Phillips says:

    George’s Marvellous Medicine

  81. Mr Strong and most of the other Mr Men books
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  82. Phyllis Ellett says:

    Silly Barney

  83. Michelle Fouracres says:

    Green eggs and ham

  84. Kirsten Barthy says:

    The Gruffalo

  85. Julie Henderson says:

    the tiger who came to tea

  86. Diana Semionova says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar :)

  87. Chris Fliss says:

    No No Charlie Rascal :-) It’s a great join in book, hilarious when we all shout ‘No No Charlie Rascal

  88. Champaklal Lad says:


  89. black beauty

  90. Jo Hutchinson says:
  91. joanne liddement says:

    Littlenose The Hunter

  92. Kristy Brown says:

    I’m still a big fan of the little red hen

  93. Victoria B says:

    Carrie’s War

  94. Lani Nash says:

    Anything by Roald Dahl

  95. Anthea Holloway says:

    Mrs Frisby and the Rats of NIMH – my children loved this book and now my grandchildren love it too! It certainly has stood the test of time.

  96. Sheri Darby says:

    Winnie The Pooh

  97. Rebecca Powell says:

    The Gruffalo

  98. lynn neal says:

    The Tiger who came to Tea

  99. tazzy keen says:

    monkey puzzle

  100. pauline duffy says:

    We love the very hungry caterpillar. We also love to draw and colour and decorate caterpillars, butterflies and fruit to tell the story when we are crafting x

  101. Sophie Buckle says:


  102. Gruffalo
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  103. emma kinsey says:

    were going on a bear hunt

  104. Hayley Todd says:

    Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

  105. Joanne Benham says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  106. olivia kirby says:

    One Snowy Night

  107. Susan Carter says:

    We love Elmer

  108. Keeley Atkinson says:

    Magic Faraway Tree

  109. Lisa Sands says:

    Giraffes Cant dance :)

  110. Laura Wheatley says:


  111. Chantelle Kemp says:

    My favourite book is The Hungry Caterpillar!! :)

  112. We are a famous five family

  113. Kirsty Greer says:

    The tiger who came to tea x

  114. Room on the Broom – it’s brilliant! I wish it had been around when I was a girl x
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  115. Tracy Sinclair says:

    My favourite is Wheres Spot x

  116. Natalie Crossan says:

    We love The Hungry Caterpillar :) xx

  117. We love Richard Scarry books as they are so quirky with their funny illustrations.

  118. gillian burden says:


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