Win December’s Collection of HarperCollins Young Readers Hero Books!

Win this month’s HarperCollins Young Readers Hero Books!

Be in to win 1 of 3 December collections of HarperCollins Young Readers Hero Books! Included this month:

Rabbit, Soldier, Angel, Thief  by Katrina Nannestad

Award-winning writer Katrina Nannestad transports us to Russia and the Great Patriotic War and into the life of Sasha, a soldier at only six years old …

Wood splinters and Mama screams and the nearest soldier seizes her roughly by the arms. My sister pokes her bruised face out from beneath the table and shouts, ‘Run, Sasha! Run!’

So I run. I run like a rabbit.

It’s spring, 1942. The sky is blue, the air is warm and sweet with the scent of flowers.

And then everything is gone.

The flowers, the proud geese, the pretty wooden houses, the friendly neighbours. Only Sasha remains.

But one small boy, alone in war-torn Russia, cannot survive.

One small boy without a family cannot survive.

One small boy without his home cannot survive.

What that small boy needs is an army.

From the award-winning author of We Are Wolves comes the story of a young boy who becomes a soldier at six, fighting in the only way he can — with love. But is love ever enough when the world is at war?

Spellbound Ponies: Dancing & Dreams by Stacy Gregg

Enchanting stories, taking the reader on magical pony adventures…

Can they rescue ALL the ponies…

The ponies of Pemberley Stables have been bound by magic and each of them are trapped in time. Can two brave girls help get them back?
Margot the dressage pony keeps getting all of her steps wrong. But can Olivia and Eliza help break the spell that is making her so clumsy and bring her back to the stables?

How I Became a Dog Called Midnight by Ben Miller

George and his father live next door to a family who have a very soppy dog. One night, George chases an escaped Midnight into the garden and they both fall into a fountain, magically lit by moonlight.Suddenly, the two have swapped places: George is now a dog, and Midnight is a ten year old boy! Finding out what it’s like to be a dog is completely amazing, until George uncovers an evil plan that could threaten his home and needs to switch back again. Can the two save the day before the clock strikes twelve again, or will they be stuck in each other’s bodies forever?

The prize

Be in to win 1 of 3 December collections of HarperCollins Young Readers Hero Books including: Rabbit, Soldier, Angel, Thief  by Katrina Nannestad, Spellbound Ponies: Dancing & Dreams by Stacy Gregg and How I Became a Dog Called Midnight by Ben Miller.

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Competition closes 24 Jan 2022

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8 Comments

  1. Alison Spencer 23/01/2022 at 11:35 pm

    What a fabulous collection of great books which my daughter Isabella would love to win and share with her friends.

  2. MichelleMichelle 23/01/2022 at 10:44 pm

    My daughter would love these as she has just started reading chapter books, then she could pass them down to her little sister. Thanks

  3. Ange1210 22/01/2022 at 10:44 am

    My son would love these. Reading is his favourite thing to do at night before bed. Great way to unwind and relax.

  4. Claret 22/01/2022 at 9:13 am

    My 3 great readers would love these to keep them busy on the weekends

  5. Syboo 22/01/2022 at 8:58 am

    I would love this for my twins please.

  6. kiltie 20/01/2022 at 9:57 pm

    My kids would love these, especially since they are a great range of stories

  7. nzmonstar 19/01/2022 at 7:49 pm

    My niece would love these books

  8. Glenis OKeefe 15/01/2022 at 7:16 am

    Grandsons Luka and Tomi will love these!

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