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Win a children’s sticker book!!! The Easter Sticker and Colouring Book giveaway

WIN!!!  A wonderful addition to your kid’s bookcase with this Tidy Book’s book review and competition post. You can win your child a copy of The Easter Sticker and Colouring Book, load of colourful scenes to decorate and let your child’s imagination flow.  We have three brand spanking new copies to giveaway!!!

Easter Sticker Book

Has Easter just become about chocolate eggs?

Not here at Tidy Books.  We have three brand new Easter sticker and colouring books to giveaway.

You can celebrate Easter with your little ones with this beautifully illustrated colouring and sticker book full of wonderful Easter scenes to decorate and complete.

The Easter Sticker and Colouring Book comes with more than 500 ‘eggs-cellent’ sticker shapes for children to decorate all sorts of Easter treats.

This incredible book makes a great present and is a brilliant follow-up to the best selling Easter Colouring Book.  Featuring designs ranging from eggs and bonnets to bunnies, chicks and spring flowers.

The Easter Sticker and Colouring Book is illustrated by Tracy Cottingham published by Buster Books in paperback on the 6th of March 2014 and will retail for £5.99.

We have three copies of it to give away.

It’s easy to enter! To win a copy just like the Tidy Books Facebook page on our app below.  If you’d like to have a greater chance of winning, earn extra entries by using the app by joining our Newsletter, following us on Pinterest or Tweeting about the giveaway and other extra entry options.

But before you give yourself a great chance of winning a copy of the book have a read of what we made of The Easter Sticker and Colouring Book.

Hide the eggs from the bunnies!

WHAT THE PARENT THOUGHT

Kids love stickers.

Parents love stickers.

Everyone loves stickers.

My child has been entertained for hours, even at times that his attention span seemed to be none existent, with sticker books.

This Easter one is, errm, eggs-cellent (apologies for cracking that gag, oh, and that one!).

The colouring in sections are already partly coloured which is great for those that find it difficult to start from scratch, or those little ones put off starting at all with seemingly ‘too much’ to colour in.

I think these scenes act as great prompts for kids, and will help them with ideas of what colours work best together or what colours they prefer.  Good for kids to compare their work to and stimulate a conversation as you colour in together.

The sticker sections are good too.  There’s one that can help explain how and where rabbits live, as well as the concept as hiding eggs.

There’s also a lot of smaller stickers that can go anywhere, rather than on the prescribed pages of the book.  Good for little ones to work on their dexterity and fine motor skills.

All round a fantastic, and none edible, Easter gift!

SO, YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A COPY

So that’s what we made of The Easter Sticker and Colouring Book and we have three brand new copies of the book to giveaway.

It’s easy to enter! To win a copy, just like the Tidy Books Facebook page on our app below.  If you’d like to have a greater chance of winning, earn extra entries by using the app by joining our Newsletter, following us on Pinterest, Tweeting about the giveaway and other extra entry options.  Good Luck! 
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87 thoughts on “Win a children’s sticker book!!! The Easter Sticker and Colouring Book giveaway

  1. Avatar Tracy Nixon says:

    I always buy my children a book/stationery set each at Easter time simply because they have grand parents, uncles, aunts etc who all buy them eggs and they must end up with about 12 each! They aren’t big chocolate lovers too so often they still have eggs left unopened in August!

    1. Avatar kerryn Newton-Edwards says:

      I love to make costumes for my little ones:) Last year I made bunny easter sacks for the boys

  2. Avatar lauren says:

    I usually buy an outfit for my child

  3. Avatar Lynn Heath says:

    A pair of socks each!!!!

  4. Avatar Alexa Schoolar says:

    Clothes!

  5. An Easter or Spring themed book

  6. Avatar Kate Collins says:

    Other than books (of course), my favourite alternative Easter gift is bunny soft toys. My sister bought a super-cute ‘rabbit in a zip-up carrot’ toy for my son for his first Easter!

  7. Avatar Karolyn Holden says:

    a large bunch of daffodils

  8. Avatar Karen Louise wright says:

    A book x

  9. Avatar Dan Kat says:

    Fruit. My daughter LOVES fruit.

  10. Avatar Gemma Matthews says:

    I think an art set is a great alternative Easter gift as lots of fun can be had with it without the calories of a chocolate egg, anything to encourage creativity in a child is a winner to me 🙂

  11. A DVD or book, will keep the sugar rush at bay and ideal for rainy days

  12. Avatar Christina p says:

    The two yrs my little guy has been celebrating Easter we usually put a book, crayons or finger pant and paper and playdoo and a stuffed animal in his basket.

  13. Avatar Hayley Smith says:

    We love to give books at Easter!

  14. Avatar Amelia Pitt says:

    I’ve bought my nieces some little bunny finger puppets as one of them can’t have chocolate.

  15. Avatar Amy Kwok says:

    Alternative Easter Present would be a basket of books =)

  16. Avatar Paul Anthony Gallagher says:

    A bunch of flowers

  17. Avatar Elaine Savage says:

    Bar of Dairy Milk!

  18. Avatar Diana Croos says:

    Easter bunny chocolates

  19. Avatar Joyce Butler says:

    favourite alternative Easter gift is a reading book!

  20. Avatar Carol L says:

    Besides the usual chocolate and peeps, we always include some reading books, coloring books, a small bible and markers and crayonS.
    Carol L

  21. Avatar Szilvia Mako says:

    My favourite Easter gift my children smile when find the chocolate eggs.

  22. I love crafted things – so I crocheted little easter bunnies and chicks. That’s alternative, right?

  23. Avatar Pauline Dring says:

    a book is a good alternative to an Easter egg

  24. Avatar Zoe Coen says:

    Craft activities

  25. Avatar Rosalind Blight says:

    I like to get my children some nice crafty items or an item of clothing rather than chocolate eggs

  26. Avatar Melanie Daniels says:

    Small toys or books always go down well.

  27. Avatar Kirsty Jenkins says:

    a handmade card from my 7 year old brother makes me melt-that would do me lovely! 🙂

  28. Avatar Lisa Evans says:

    Instead of easter eggs I prefer my children to have books, clothes or dvd 🙂

  29. Avatar Mia Dentice Carey says:

    Matchbox/Hot Wheel cars and small sets/bags of LEGOs

  30. Avatar lisa says:

    chocolate bunnies 🙂

  31. Avatar Nicole Toscano says:

    I bought my little guys these Easter baskets from Fisher Price that have little people and Easter eggs in them. They’ll also be getting crayons and coloring books.

  32. Avatar Charlotte says:

    I like to give playdoh.

  33. Avatar Crystal Gregg says:

    I wait until the day after Easter to get my son clearance books or hot wheels.. We don’t celebrate the holiday, but I love giving him new books or small toys.

  34. Avatar Seyma Shabbir says:

    An easter basket full of books!!!

  35. We like to give homemade gifts. This year we will be giving small felt boards so our little cousins can design their own eggs and create Easter scenes with rabbits and chicks.

  36. Avatar gina says:

    easter books like this one!

  37. Avatar Amanda Alvarado says:

    I like giving books and small toys.

  38. Avatar Amanda Stauffer says:

    I like to give books and art projects.

  39. Avatar Belle Windham says:

    One year we put cute little character socks in the Easter eggs. My son loved that. I like to do a theme basket, last year he got a bug catching basket and this year I am making him an outdoor toy basket with water balloons, water guns, etc.

  40. I always buy the children a book instead of an easter egg.

  41. Avatar Heather B says:

    I like to do outdoor toys. It is finally warming up and time to get outside and nothing encourages the kids to get outside like new toys!

  42. Avatar Patricia Barraclough says:

    We give traditional Easter baskets, but usually throw in extras like seeds, gardening gear, plants, wind chimes, a humming bird feeder, and of course books.

  43. Avatar Hannah B says:

    Always an Easter activity book with the resources to do one of the activities straightaway!

  44. Avatar Spencer Broadley says:

    A Christmas selection box !!!!

  45. Avatar Tracey says:

    Fluffy toys such as bunnies and chicks!

  46. Avatar S Guy says:

    Playskool Mr. Potato Head spud bunny

  47. Avatar Lindsay Felvus says:

    Books, books and more books!

  48. Avatar Linda Mitchell says:

    Easter is a good time to start growing things. How about some seeds? Even cress in an eggshell would be good.

  49. Avatar Katie Walters says:

    We will give our son money to put in his money box instead of Easter eggs, or buy him a new pair of shoes or trainers

  50. Avatar Vera Pope says:

    A book about Easter or a colouring Easter book

  51. Avatar Susan Trubey says:

    No alternatives-just chocolate

  52. Avatar Nicole McKay says:

    We get my daughter small learning activities for her easter gift that we can travel with, small learning and coloring books and water wow books!

  53. Avatar kim neville says:

    I buy my youngest a book as he loves them so much and my eldest an outfit to wear

  54. Avatar Tiffany Schmidt says:

    We love socks in eggs!

  55. Avatar Mari Lewis says:

    Books! He loves books, and candy of course! 🙂

  56. Avatar sandra bald says:

    an easter activity book e.g. colouring/sticking

  57. Avatar Lynsey Buchanan says:

    Crafts Kits

  58. Avatar Kieran Walsh says:

    We avoid Easter chocolate eggs, as they are poor value for money, all our granchildren love reading, so we give them vouchers for a big book store

  59. Avatar Lidya Y says:

    I like to give stationery like books, pens/pencils, pencil case in Easter theme

  60. Avatar Philippa hale says:

    I like to buy my 2 a soft toy to remind them of Easter xx

  61. Avatar hayley pemberton says:

    wooden play food

  62. Avatar Abigail says:

    Im a sucker for bunny ears headbands!

  63. Avatar Patricia Whittaker says:

    A lovely day out where they choose.

  64. Avatar melanie stirling says:

    Books

  65. Avatar Stephanie Tsang says:

    Books!

  66. to spend time with my family

  67. Avatar Helen Grayson says:

    A bunch of tissue-paper flowers!

  68. Avatar Christine Caple says:

    A toy or book

  69. Avatar iain maciver says:

    clothes

  70. Avatar Johanne says:

    Rabbits

  71. Avatar leanne tobin says:

    a big bunch of flowers 🙂

  72. Avatar John Test says:

    Does this work?

  73. Playdoh is always a favourite or books.

  74. Avatar Martina Pichova says:

    A little toy

  75. Avatar Christa Lopez says:

    I love giving books.

  76. Avatar Vicki Bayliss says:

    My little one would love this

  77. Avatar Vanda says:

    Thanks, a toy or book

  78. Avatar Audrey Naylor says:

    When we were young we got new clothes, a couple of eggs from relatives. We got a book from church. Mine get a book an egg and maybe some clothes

  79. Avatar SHIRLEY BUCK says:

    My little one loves me to read to him all the time so this Easter he will have an Easter Egg, a new outfit and a nice mixture of books so we have some reading books and some sticker and doodle books too. Children seem to have to many Easter Eggs so i think it would be nice if they had books and puzzles too.

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