Saturday, 1 March 2014

Giveaway #369 : Win 2 copies of Sarah Lean's Hero - closed - winners Anna Faikosch & Laura Marie Nesbitt


A story about a little dog with the heart of a lion. From the bestselling author of a ‘A Dog Called Homeless’.

Leo dreams about being a hero. In his imagination he is a fearsome gladiator, but he wants to be a hero in real life.

When the boys at school dare Leo to do something he knows is wrong, he lets everybody down. How can he make things right again?

A little dog called Jack Pepper is missing and it will take a true hero to find him and bring him home…

*** You can read our review of the book here ***




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UK only. Closing date : 14/3/14

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84 comments:

  1. i did his name was glynn and was a corgi he would protect me at all times from day i was born till we had him put down at the grand old age of 19

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  2. There has always been dogs in my life. Labs, German Shepherds and now Malamutes. My best friend growing up was a GSD called Beauty.

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  3. We had a Jack Russell called patch until I was 4 my earliest memories are of that snappy dog

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  4. I didn't have one but my nan did who lived two doors away, his name was Scruffy. I remember one day my nan saying he was poorly and she took him to the vets, when she came back she didn't have Scruffy - I asked where he was and she said the vet loved him so much he asked if he could keep him and she agreed because he had a bigger garden than my nan. I believed her for years but as I got older it became obvious what had happened. Poor Scruffy.

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  6. christine shelley1 March 2014 at 16:33

    no animals allowed sadly

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  7. No I wasn't allowed, but got a great dog now called toby!

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  8. We had a rabbit called mopsy

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  9. we had a little black mongrel called Brandy...he was the most audacious little mutt going and even attempted to take out a security german shepherd at one point by jumping an 8 foot fence!!

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  10. i've always had a dog, i've never been without one and don't think I could :)

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  11. I didn't have one, but I always wanted one. :) Never had the time to look after one properly as family was always at work.

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  12. We just had fish that sadly used to die on a regular basis

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  13. A white cat called Timmy who was deaf.

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  14. A half feral tabby cat called Jess, used to bring rats home...

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  15. A toy dog called scruff,I lost him and was heartbroken.....

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  16. I didnt have a four legged friend as a child, but my son has, we have a dog called Sensi.

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  17. Pam Francis Gregory11 March 2014 at 12:00

    We had a dog & cats

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  18. Yes I did have a dog as a child. I love dogs, they can be such loyal companions.

    Rachel Craig

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    Rachel Craig

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  20. No :( *sob*

    becci cleary

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  21. I did have a dog. He was called Toby. A little terrier full of fun

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  22. Rebecca Gransden11 March 2014 at 15:02

    Had several companion animals growing up. A cat Aiden stands out. Genius feline.

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  23. I had a cat called Chippy, but no dog, have both now though lol

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  24. I had three cats

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  25. sadly not
    I commented on the Little Mix post

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  26. a dog called joey.

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  27. Our first dog had to be put down as he bit a school friend. I hated him anyway. He was a horrible dog. Our second dog was called Sadie and she was a softie.

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  28. i had cats throughout my childhood

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  29. I didnt have a dog, but I did have a rabbit named bubbles

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  30. I had a hamster called Hammy, he was amazing and would sit in my pocket.

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  31. I had a golden lab as a teenager. When I left home to go to teacher training college she was the one I missed the most. She lived for 17 years and died many years ago but I still miss her :)

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  32. Yeah I had a dog he was a Alsation cross called Galen loved him so much he followed me all over.

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  33. I had a dog called Lassie

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  34. i had a cat called tootsie after the tootsie roll remember them

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  35. No but, as a child, I had an imaginary Cocker Spaniel called Sasha :)

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  36. A lovely dog called Tinker, lived till she was 20

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  37. We had a welsh sheep dog called Lassie, loved her to bits. Myself and my partner wanted our children to grow up with a dog, we have a blue merle sheep dog now

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  38. i had 2 dogs called luck and lucy ;)

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  39. I've never had a dog, I have had cats though :) x

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  40. a spaniel cross called Vesta.

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  41. Lucky enough to grow up on a farm and had my own Border Collie

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  42. Yes had a do called Sandy. Then later another dog called Toby & later on a dog called DEFOUR.("D" for Dog).

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  43. Yes, Candy, a Heniz57! She was incredibly intelligent and easy to train and was very loveable and popular with everyone - even non-dog lovers

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  44. We have always had dogs in our family

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  45. Yes a black and white terrier named Ben. Best dog I ever had.

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  46. We rescued a staffy/labrodor cross from the kennels when I was younger, called Chester. Loved him to bits he was one of the family x

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  47. i had a jack russell called Bruin when i was 12. He lived for 16 years and was fabulous!

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  48. I did but not in the usual sense- I had a goat called Jane!!

    Deb Alexander
    debbie-alexander@sky.com

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  49. we had two lovely dogs called Ben and Lucy

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  50. No - we didn't have any dogs :(

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  51. We hsd two dogs called Angus and crystal

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  52. yes I had a cat till I was 17 :)

    Natalie Gillham

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  53. I had two at the same time, as we lived in a country abroad with a huge, massive garden. We had a beautiful long-haired German Shepherd, called Shula and a black labrador called Tara.

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  54. I had a dog when I was young, a Lab/alsation cross called Bubba Lou, who was as daft as anything. I remember going to find him very often cos he would take himself out to play

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  55. We had a cat called Cat. One day he disappeared and my mum told me he had run away to London! x

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  56. I did a fab sausage dog called Freddy ( he was amazing )

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  57. i had a stick insect with two legs missing, does that count?

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  58. I had a dog called Heidi, a dog named Lucky and a cat named Jess.

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  59. Yeah I was lucky enough to have a Great Dane called Sadie whilst I was growing up - she was so tall I used to make her told my skipping rope in her mouth and run around with her like she was my pony :)

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  60. a cat called Buttons

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