Win a Kyle Mewburn book pack

Kyle Mewburn is one of my favourite New Zealand authors.  He has an incredible imagination and writes some wonderful stories, for all ages.  Kyle’s latest picture books, Seesaw Po and Melu are among my favourite books at the moment.

Thanks to the wonderful people at Scholastic New Zealand I have a Kyle Mewburn book pack to give away, which includes a copy of Seesaw Po and Melu.  To get in the draw just tell me ‘What is your favourite Kyle Mewburn book?” and  enter your details below.  Open to NZ and Australia only.  Competition closes Wednesday 18 April.

Thanks to everyone for entering.  The winner is Rosie.

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3 responses to “Win a Kyle Mewburn book pack

  1. I’m always amazed how reading Kiss! Kiss! Yuck! Yuck! brings students together and makes them laugh. A surefire way to ease any tensions in a class of Year 6s, or to quieten down a noisy lunchtime library session. I often find older students reading it with gusto to new entrants.

  2. Clare Scott

    I love the simplicity of Old HuHu as it explores the death of a special someone and the feelings that arise – and the need to hang onto to whatever is left. A gentle explanation for children of all ages and beliefs, and a reaffirmation for the adults too. Stunning illustrations – it can’t be easy making a huhu beetle look cute, but it does!

  3. Jenny Whiting

    I really loved reading Hill and Hole to the children. Loved how the text was written and the illustrations were fun.
    Finalist in 2011 New Zeland Post Children’s Book Awards
    Finalist for the LIANZA Children’s Book Awards 2011

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