Monday, 4 August 2014

Giveaway #413 : Win The River Singers by Tom Moorhouse - closed - winner Champlakal Lad


As I mentioned this morning, The River Singers blog tour is stopping off here at The Madhouse today.

If you haven't discovered this delightful book yet, here is the official blurb :

"Something was approaching the burrow. Something deadly. Something that made Sylvan's fur bristle with fear . . .

Knowing their lives are under threat, Sylvan and his brother and sisters have no choice but to abandon their burrow for ever. Together they set out on an epic journey along the Great River; but with dangers lurking at every turn, will they ever find a safe place to call home?"

If that sounds like your kind of book, you'll be pleased to know that the publishers have kindly offered to send a copy of The River Singers to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader. Fill in your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below.



UK only. Closing date : 29/8/14

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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46 comments:

  1. I would love to see an Otter I think they are the most interesting river animal xxx

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  2. Ilove watching the ducks on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal by Shipley/Bingley
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  3. I used to live by the side of the river Yarrow growing up, so we used to take the dogs out down the banking most nights & weekends.

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  4. this sounds great! we love the ducks

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  5. I love swans, from a safe distance !

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  6. I commentedon the Sparkle shaver review

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  7. The best walk I ever had down my local river bank (2 minutes walk from my front door!) was when there were a group of day old baby ducklings and I sat by the river and a little yellow one sat on my knee, and I ended up cradling it in my hands, an experience I'll never forget!

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  8. Commented on Fun Facts about our four-legged friends (and their owners !)

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  9. Roe Valley Country Park ( Melanie M )

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  10. on the river bank at SOWERBY BRIDGE, love watching the ducks with the grand-kids

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  11. I love frogs! And I also love watching ducks - I work near the river Thames in Teddington, so I can for a stroll there at every lunchtime! @Dorothee77

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  12. we go to the river Bela feed the swans and ducks xx

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  13. A local lane that leads to the river. Full of wildlife.

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  14. We have a lovely river walk near our house and the kids like to watch the swans and ducks.

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  15. I've commented on your post called ASDA CD Boombox review.

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  16. Thames pathway

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  17. Along the River Dart at Spitchwick on Dartmoor

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  18. brecon beacon canal walk get a lot of bird life

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  19. We have a lovely local river

    Kay Panayi

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  20. Otter.

    Rachel Craig

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  21. I commented on blog :- Don't wrap your kids up in cotton wool. Learn First Aid. #Safety Suit.

    Rachel Craig

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  22. I love the river at Stratford-Upon-Avon.

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  23. i love walking through my local parks, it has the river going through it

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  24. Love seeing the Kingfisher, very graceful and elegant.

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  25. I like our local river - lovely to see all wildlife

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  26. One of the local parks there is a nature trail, squirrels etc

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  27. Sankey valley canal in Warrington

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  28. Along the Thames
    Stephen Little
    steve_c_little@yahoo.com

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  29. We love a walk around the lake at Apex park. I love to see the baby ducklings

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  30. Kilminorth woods in Looe Cornwall has a wooded riverside walk where you can see kingfishers

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  31. Love Otters but don't get to see them very often.

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  32. I love riverside birds espcially ducks, swans and kingfishers

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  33. I love seeing swans and feeding the ducks with my kids, we often go for walks along the river in Sunbury.

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  34. Struggle a bit here as no big rivers near us in Brum. I like walking by the river in Worcester though.

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