Hi Mama’s I have some good news for your little bookworms and an exciting giveaway to come with it.
April is Children’s Month at Exclusive Books
This means that they will be hosting a morning of kids’ activities, treats and fun every Saturday in April, at various stores. The stars of the show are Pippi Langkous, Dr Seuss’ What Pet Should I get?, Where’s Wally and The Good Dinosaur. I will be going to the Cresta event (date below) for one-on-one time with my little man while baby stays at home – he’s in grade 2 and starting to read more confidently so this is just what we need!
HERE IS WHAT YOU COULD WIN: Prizes are valued between R282 – R1880 each
THIS IS HOW YOU CAN WIN:
- Leave me a comment letting me know which show you will be attending with your kid/s.
- For a bonus entry, like and leave a comment or share any of my Exclusive Books posts on social media:
FESTIVAL DATES AND STORES:
Saturday, 9 April at 10:30-11:30: Pippi Langkous/Pippi Longstocking (NB Publishers and Oxford University Press) Melrose Arch (on the Saturday and Sunday), Brooklyn and Tyger Valley
Saturday, 16 April at 10:30-11:30: What Pet Should I Get? Dr Seuss (Jonathan Ball Publishers) Melrose Arch (on the Sunday), Morningside, Brooklyn, Westville, Canal Walk, Cavendish, Tyger Valley and Dainfern
Saturday, 23 April at 10:30-11:30: Where’s Wally (Pan Macmillan) Clearwater Mall, Cresta, Killarney Mall, Melrose Arch (on the Sunday), Morningside, Rosebank, Gateway, La Lucia, Westville, Canal Walk, Walmer Park and Dainfern
Saturday, 30 April at 10:30-11:30: The Good Dinosaur (Disney/Pearson/PRH) Clearwater Mall, Killarney Mall, Melrose Arch (on the Sunday), Rosebank, The Glen, Gateway ,Midlands Mall, Westville, Cavendish, Constantia, V&A Waterfront, Walmer Park and Dainfern
*Please note: the Melrose Arch store will be running on a slightly different schedule by hosting events on Sundays only, 10:30-11:30am, from 10 April – 1 May.
Good luck – winners will be contacted via email on Monday 11 April 2016. Entries are open to South African residents only.
Modern Zulu Mom