Sunday, 9 February 2014

Giveaway #360 : Win Jeremy Strong's My Brother's Famous Bottom - closed - winner Natalie Gillham


Last week, I told you about the Read For My School challenge and the fact that there are over 100 fab kids' books available online to read for free. Well, how do you fancy winning a book (a proper one made of paper !) to start your kids off on the challenge?

My Brother's Famous Bottom: another hilarious triumph from Jeremy Strong!

From The Hundred-Mile-an-Hour Dog to karate princesses and hot cross bottoms, there's a Jeremy Strong story to suit every child's sense of humour. Jeremy's readers range from 7 to teen, perfect for fans of Roald Dahl and Andy Stanton.

'That's the one!' she cried. 'That's the bottom I'm after. Darling, you have the most gorgeous bottom!'

Nicholas's dad has a plan to make some fast cash. Nappies! Some disposable-nappy people are looking for a beautiful botty for their new advert - and all Nicholas's baby brother has to do is pass the audition. What could possibly go wrong?




Award-winning Jeremy Strong has written many wacky books for children aged 7-teen, including My Dad's Got an Alligator and My Brother's Famous Bottom. Most of which are illustrated by Nick Sharratt, who also illustrates for Jacqueline Wilson.

I have a copy of Jeremy Strong's My Brother's Famous Bottom to give away to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader. To be in with a chance of winning, enter with the Rafflecopter widget below :

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UK only. Closing date : 23/2/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !


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118 comments:

  1. i love to read - the dinosaur that pooped a planet with my son, he's in fits of laughter lol

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  2. We have lots of favourites - my son loves Julia Donaldson ones just now and my daughter loves all the Shirley huges alfie books. They both like winnie the witch ones too!

    Ashleigh

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  3. There's lots of books we love, and as my children range from 4-12 there's a lot of variation. We love all Julia Donaldson, David Walliams, Jacqueline Wilson especially.

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  4. My son doesnt have any specific favourite at the moment. Its got to be good story and nicely illustrated as he ASD so doesnt understand verbal humour as takes things very literal. But if lots of commotion in illustrations we can point and " say oh my what a mess , poor mummy have to clean it up" or such like and that amuses him

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  5. commented on Valentine's recipe : Hot chocolate soufflé

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  6. Just now my daughter seems to be totally into Tom Gates by Liz Pichon, but she also loves to read Jeremy Strong books, Spy Dog and Diary of a Wimpy Kid.

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  7. Have just commented on your Treacle Toffee Recipe post, which we'll be need to try in this house. Sounds delicious. :)

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  8. Elmer
    I commented on the Little Mix post

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  9. The Brilliant World of Tom Gates

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  10. little rabbit foo foo

    kay panayi

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  11. Gangsta Gran by David Walliams

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  12. Charlie and the chocolate factory :)

    @jamiecomps

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  13. I love the boy in the dress by David Walliams :)

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  14. Enid Blyton - The Magic Faraway Tree

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  15. Atm my oldest son loves does my goldfish know me?

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  16. It might be old fashioned by my favourite is still Aesops Fables

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  17. 'Otto The Book Bear' at the moment is our favourite!

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  18. animal arks, I read them years ago now my daughters starting on them too

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  19. All the Secret Seven series by Enid Blyton
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  20. My grandson loves to read the dinosaur who pooped a planet and the dinosaur who pooped Christmas. Has him rolling around laughing every time!

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  21. Pam Francis Gregory19 February 2014 at 20:49

    The Gruffalo

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  22. Alexandra Byford-Scott19 February 2014 at 20:50

    Monkey Puzzle

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  23. The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

    Rachel Craig

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  24. five cheeky monkeys
    from samantha price

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  25. I commented on blog :- Orgran Gluten Free Buckwheat Pancake Mix Review.

    Rachel Craig

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  26. Captain Underpants

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  27. The Very Hungry Caterpillar for smaller children and Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume for slightly older children

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  28. Commented here:)

    http://madhousefamilyreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/love-from-lalaloopsy-magazine-review.html?showComment=1392927918697#c5637834009837767059

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  29. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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  30. My son's fave book is Norman the slug with the silly shell

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  31. I love Going on a bear hunt

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  32. We love Horrid Henry books :) (Gail Reid)

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  33. my godson loves the mr men books

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  34. The Dinosaur that Pooped a Planet! :)

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  35. the diary of a wimpy kid books

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  36. Shark in the Park - read over and over again, I think I could say the words in my sleep!

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  37. My oldest sons favourite series is currently Zombies ( i think thats the correct name!)

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  38. I have always loved the Babysitters Club book series :)

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  39. The Gruffalo & Room on the Broom - as enjoyable to read as to hear!

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  40. we're going on a bear hunt

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  41. Charlie & The Chocolate Factory

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  42. There's No Such Thing As A Dragon which I kept from my childhood.

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  43. At the moment I am enjoying the demon dentist!

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  44. The stick man :)

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  45. my daughter has enjoyed all the DOAWK books and has now started on the Daisy mysteries series of books.

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  46. Charlie in the Chocolate Factory

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  47. at the moment they love the Grufalo

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  48. All my children absolutely love books and stories. My youngest loves The Gruffalo and Peace at Last, my older daughter loves anything by Roald Dahl and Enid Blyton :-)

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  49. me and my kids lovge the horrid henry books

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  50. The Magic of the faraway tree :)

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  51. Famous Five - Five run away together

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  52. little miss naughty

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  53. My nephew likes CARS

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  54. The Velveteen Rabbit

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  55. Going on a Bear Hunt and Little Rabbit FooFoo i love both and read them to my children and I'm now reading them to my granddaughter and she loves them as much as my children did

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  56. My favourite all time children's book is 'The Faraway Tree' by Enid Blyton :)

    Natalie Gillham

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  57. The Enchanted Wood by Enid Blyton

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