The adventures of Jack Jack

The adventures of a first time Mummy and my son Jack.

Win a copy of ‘How to catch a star’ by Oliver Jefferys

To celebrate Jack’s birthday were giving away a copy of ‘ How to catch a star’




We recently reviewed this lovely little tale and it has become a firm favourite with Jack.

A lovely story about a little boy who tries his hardest to catch a star and follow his dreams, this tale is sure to capture the imagination of your little one.

You can read our review in full here.

To be in with a chance of winning your own copy simply enter below.



a Rafflecopter giveaway

Entrants must log in via Rafflecopter and answer the question in the widget – this is the ONLY mandatory task. You can gain extra entries in the draw by tweeting a link to the giveaway, liking my Facebook page or following me on Twitter and Bloglovin.

Good luck!


Terms and conditions:

  1. Only one entry per person is allowed (however, you can tweet with the bonus click entry daily to increase your chances).
  2. This giveaway is UK only and will close on 20th July 2014 at midnight (GMT). All entries must be received before this date.
  3. Once the Rafflecopter picks a winner, I will check if the winner has done what was required and they will be contacted within 7 days of the closing date. If there is no reply within one week of notification, the prize will be allocated to another person.
  4. One winner will receive a copy of ‘ How to catch a star ‘, this prize is non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives.
  5. The giveaway is open to everyone aged 18 years or over, except for those associated with the company, their families or anyone else associated with this competition.
  6. Answering the question is mandatory, all other steps are optional but appreciated.
  7. The winner will be chosen at random from all correct entries.
  8. The winner’s name and entry will be published on the blog and Facebook page.

8 thoughts on “Win a copy of ‘How to catch a star’ by Oliver Jefferys

  1. Kirstin Lydon on said:

    The best gift I received was a beaded bracelet my daughter made for me for my birthday last year. She also makes me birthday cards.

  2. A Links of London matching necklace and bracelet

  3. Kerry Locke on said:

    The Best Gift I ever received ( sorry to be corny ) but it was my little girl … after years of trying and waiting, it was like all my birthdays rolled into one when she arrived

  4. Happy Birthday Jack 🙂

  5. Serena Pullen on said:

    The best gift I ever received was from my daughter-in-law, a children’s book called This Way Up by Hayley Welsh, signed by the author. Beautiful adventures with a cardboard box.

  6. My husband bought be some baklava yesterday – I was very happy with that!

  7. Commented on Travelodge Ireland and the historical city of Limerick.

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