CLOSED: Win a full set of David Walliams books and a signed copy of Fing!

5th March 2019

Fing by David Walliams

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED.

Design your own monster for the Monsterpedia for your chance to WIN a whole set of David Walliams novels, plus a SIGNED copy of Fing!

 

Mr and Mrs Meek will do anything for their darling daughter Myrtle. But when Myrtle declares that she wants a ‘FING’, there’s only one problem…what IS a Fing? Her parents’ quest to find a Fing takes them from the spooky library vaults, through the pages of the mysterious Monsterpedia, and into the depths of the jungliest jungle! But will they ever find a Fing…?

Use the below template to design your own monster for the Monsterpedia for your chance to win a whole set of David Walliams novels, plus a SIGNED copy of Fing!

To be in with a chance of winning, submit your monster to kids.marketing@harpercollins.co.uk or to Children’s Marketing, HarperCollins, News UK, 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF

For full T&Cs, please visit: Fing Competition T&Cs.

Download your Monsterpedia template here

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