Win a Puffin books bundle!

Puffin book competition

Calling all bookworms! Bag yourself a Puffin book bundle in our brilliant competition...

You won’t be bored for a second this Christmas if you win this big bundle of top reads from Puffin!


Get stuck into Double Down, the latest book in the bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, then race off with The Racehorse That Wouldn’t Gallop by Clare Balding.


Visit the North Pole in Tom Fletcher’s The Christmasauras and then fall about laughing with Danger Really is Everywhere: School of Danger by David O’Doherty and Chris Judge.


 Twelve winners will scoop all four books!


The prize

Twelve winners will each receive: 

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Double Down

The Racehorse That Wouldn’t Gallop

The Christmasauras

Danger Really is Everywhere: School of Danger


Competition closes midnight, 14 December 2016. 


Check out

What’s author Clare Balding’s other job?

a) Olympic athlete

b) TV presenter 

c) Vet

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