*Review and Giveaway* Shoutykid

We have been very lucky lately to have had some really great books sent to us to read for Olivia’s age group. It is so good to be able to introduce her to new and different stories especially as she is now a free reader in school!

The latest book she has been reading is ShoutyKid by Simon Mayle. It is the story of Shoutykid Harry Riddles and how he writes shouty letters to famous people and how he makes a zombie movie!

This is such a fun book and Olivia and I both enjoyed it. It is really funny in places and so easy to read. The kind of book you can pick right up from after a break handy for kids with short attention spans.

I loved the style that the book was written in, text, email and letter format. It makes it so easy to read. My favourite part is is the letter he writes for his dad when he gets into trouble.

Here is what Olivia thought,

“I thought this was a funny book and liked all funny letters Harry wrote to people. My favourite part was when he fell on his face doing the school play with Jessica. But I don’t like zombies really but he made a good film”

You can find out for yourself by watching this short clip about Harry Riddles Shoutykid.

If you like what you see you can pick up a copy from AmazonΒ and maybe help the shoutykid on your life make their own zombie movie too. Or………

Why not enter my competition to win yourself a copy below.

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  3. The prize will be supplied by the promoter, but should any issues arise I will endeavour to help as much as I can.
  4. Competition will close at midnight on Friday 18th July 2014
  5. All anonymous entries must leave me a way of contacting them should they win.
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  7. The winner has 7 days to acknowledge their prize or it will be redrawn.

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  1. I would have loved to have written my younger self a letter. I would live for the moment and enjoy life.

  2. To my Grandmother, who I never met, as she died before I was born. As I would like to ask her about the family history etc. Previous generations were so different, it would be nice to know and share their stories. Then pass these down for future generations.

    Rachel Craig

  3. My old (now deceased) infant school teach, Mr Balderstone, telling him off for making me emphatically believe him when he said he was 100 years old (he was only in his 50's I think lol)

  4. To my dear late Grandma who is almost solely responsible for making me the feisty character I am today. I lived with her in my formative years and have so much to be grateful to her for πŸ™‚

  5. Nicky Morgan the new education secretary and ask her about where her priorities lie as i know little about her yet

  6. I would write to my parents, – to tell them that they have two wonderful grandchildren who would be a credit to them. They would have loved to have been a part of their lives, – passing their values onto the next generation.

  7. I would write a letter to my kids, just to remind them that even when they are naughty I still love them!

  8. To my mother-in-law, she sadly passed away before I met my husband, I would write and introduce myself and also thank you her for raising an amazing, loving son he makes me very happy.

  9. To my 16 year old self. I would have saved myself from so much heartache but then again I wouldn't be where I am now.

  10. My late partner who I miss so much would tell him about the boys and how he is loved and we all wish he was still here and ask him how he was and what is heaven like above.

  11. I would write to my grandad who has sadly passed away. I'd ask him if he he is happy now that he is reunited with my grandmother.