WIN a Bookwanderer’s Kit with Pages & Co!

3rd September 2019

Tilly Pages is a bookwanderer – she can travel into the worlds of her favourite books, and make friends with the characters she meets there. But on a wintry trip to Paris, Tilly and her best friend Oskar wander into a book of fairy tales where everything is topsy-turvy, and plot holes are opening everywhere they go. Can Tilly and Oskar make sure everyone gets there happily ever after?

We’ve got a chance for you to win an amazing Bookwanderer’s Kit, containing everything a young bookwanderer needs; a set of beautiful books to wander into, a journal to keep track of your book journeys, a magical book lamp to light your way, and much more!

Step into the magical world of Pages & Co below…

Check out the sneak peek at Tilly & Oskar’s fairy tale adventure above and answer the question below…
Who is the first fairy tale character Tilly and Oskar meet?
Red Riding Hood
Prince Charming
Jack and the Beanstalk

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