#Win Tiger Press Mothers Day Book Bundle

Tiger Press Competition 



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. 



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.



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.



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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  • clair pearson

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

  • Emma Green

    Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers

  • Nicola Holland

    The Magic Faraway Tree

  • Jo Hutchinson

    I Houdini by Lynne R Banks

  • sarah davison

    Room on the broom – Julia Donaldson

  • karen cowley

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

  • John Taggart

    the Gruffalo

  • iain maciver

    the gruffalo


    the peter rabbit tales

  • Zoe G

    Monkey Puzzle

  • Michaela Turner

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  • abigail edkins

    the wishing powder

  • Paula Harvey

    The Tiger who came to Tea!

  • Ann Weir

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

  • niki warburton

    stick man

  • laura stewart

    mr men books :)

  • samantha price

    tiger comes to tea

  • Alana Walker

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  • Kathy D


  • Samantha R

    the jolly postman

  • Samantha R
  • Ashleigh Allan

    We’re going on a bear hunt!

  • liz ferguson

    bear hunt

  • anthony harrington

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  • Claire D

    The Hungary Caterpillar

  • http://www.broodyme.com Alexandra Mercer

    Wind in the Willows

  • Sarah Pilbeam

    The Gruffalo x

  • Gina M

    The Tiger who came to Tea

  • richard hill

    has to be the gruffalo, amazing x

  • http://late-for-reality.blogspot.co.uk/ Jade Pirard (Late For Reality)

    The Jolly Postman!

  • kelly

    The very hungry caterpillar :)

  • http://lotsoflucknotallgood.blogspot.co.uk/ Judith Allen

    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

  • claire woods

    Famous Five

  • http://92three30.com/ Erica

    The Snail and the Whale

  • Kay panayi

    The jolly postman

  • michelle banks

    matilda x

  • stacy taylor

    mine will always be winnie the pooh by AA Milne

  • Debbie Grinstead

    The Tiger Who Came to Tea

  • Emma Collins

    were going on a bear hunt


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

  • Laura Pritchard

    Room on the Broom

  • Debbie Burfoot


  • Sandra Clarke

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  • Stephanie Tsang

    What the Ladybird Heard.

  • Lindsay Felvus

    Winnie the Pooh

  • Karen Usher

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

  • Harley

    The gruffalo

  • debbie godbolt

    room on the broom :)

  • http://www.activities4kidz.eu Rachel @ activities4kidz

    The very hungry caterpillar

  • Christopher Read

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  • katie Kathurima

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

  • Laura Linsey

    Never Say No To A Princess

  • Christina Curtis

    Never say No to a Princess

  • Lynn HEath

    The mummy shop

  • Solange

    The Gruffalo

  • Andy Kadir-Buxton

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

  • Helen Grayson

    Percy the park keeper :)

  • Christine Lockley

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

  • Mickie Bull

    Enid Blyton – The Magic Faraway Tree


    The Tiger Who Came To Tea

  • Danielle Graves

    The Magic Faraway Tree

  • kim neville

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  • Julie Ward

    The very ticklish tiger

  • katie skeoch

    The Hungry Caterpillar

  • Sarah L

    Folk of the Faraway Tree :)

  • Pam Gregory

    The Gruffalo

  • Pam Gregory
  • helen atkins

    Funny bones

  • Amy Skinner

    anything with Spot the dog

  • Katie Robertson

    Room On The Broom

  • claire matthews-curtis

    The Hungry Caterpillar

  • Zoe Roxby

    Meg and Mog

  • Tracey Whysall

    The frog prince.

  • Rebecca Gransden

    The Twits by Roald Dahl

  • http://www.intheplayroom.co.uk anna

    At the moment we are loving how to catch a star and the hungry caterpillar

  • ann-marie speak

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

  • marion king

    peter pan

  • helen atkins

    Funny bones is a great book

  • Emma Davies

    The magic faraway tree

  • Janine Phillips

    George’s Marvellous Medicine

  • http://penelopemummy.blogspot.co.uk/ Penelope Hewitt

    Mr Strong and most of the other Mr Men books

  • Phyllis Ellett

    Silly Barney

  • Michelle Fouracres

    Green eggs and ham

  • Kirsten Barthy

    The Gruffalo

  • Julie Henderson

    the tiger who came to tea

  • Diana Semionova

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar :)

  • Chris Fliss

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

  • Champaklal Lad


  • george brown

    black beauty

  • Jo Hutchinson
  • joanne liddement

    Littlenose The Hunter

  • Kristy Brown

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

  • Victoria B

    Carrie’s War

  • Lani Nash

    Anything by Roald Dahl

  • Anthea Holloway

    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.

  • Sheri Darby

    Winnie The Pooh

  • Rebecca Powell

    The Gruffalo

  • lynn neal

    The Tiger who came to Tea

  • tazzy keen

    monkey puzzle

  • pauline duffy

    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

  • Sophie Buckle


  • http://ninjakillercat.co.uk claire toplis


  • emma kinsey

    were going on a bear hunt

  • Hayley Todd

    Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

  • Joanne Benham

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  • olivia kirby

    One Snowy Night

  • Susan Carter

    We love Elmer

  • Keeley Atkinson

    Magic Faraway Tree

  • Lisa Sands

    Giraffes Cant dance :)

  • Laura Wheatley


  • Chantelle Kemp

    My favourite book is The Hungry Caterpillar!! :)

  • Keith H

    We are a famous five family

  • Kirsty Greer

    The tiger who came to tea x

  • Melanie C

    Room on the Broom – it’s brilliant! I wish it had been around when I was a girl x

  • Tracy Sinclair

    My favourite is Wheres Spot x

  • Natalie Crossan

    We love The Hungry Caterpillar :) xx

  • http://www.happyhomebird.com Sam @happyhomebird

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

  • gillian burden


    • http://umeandthekids.com rachelhirst

      I have sent you an email