CLOSED: Win one of five SIGNED copies of Lauren Child’s hilarious new illustrated novel Hubert Horatio!

24th September 2018

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Child genius Hubert Horatio is back in the latest book from acclaimed Children’s Laureate Lauren Child. Hubert Horatio is an exceptional child; interesting, mature, and very, very clever. He is also quite possibly the most responsible child ever. Perhaps you’re asking yourself just how Hubert came to be such an exceptionally responsible child? The answer really has a great deal to do with his parents being exceptionally irresponsible grown-ups…

Originally a picture book star, Hubert is BACK in an illustrated novel for ages six and up, and to celebrate we have FIVE copies of Hubert Horatio signed by Lauren herself to give away! Just answer the below question for your chance to win.

Hubert Horatio by Lauren Child - Inside the Book 1

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Hubert Horatio by Lauren Child - Inside the Book 3

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