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Win! A Tidy Books Box when you find the Golden Ticket!

Who doesn’t love browsing in a good bookshop?  We certainly do!  To celebrate bookshops, we’ve teamed up with bookshops for a fabulous Golden Ticket Hunt!   You can win a Tidy Books Box, or one of our limited edition book bags!

“I love walking into a bookstore. It’s like all my friends are sitting on shelves, waving their pages at me.” ― Tahereh Mafi  Goodreads

All you have to do is to visit one of our bookshop partners – see our list below – and find the Golden or Silver Ticket which is hidden somewhere in the bookshop.   The treasure hunt starts on the 9th October and ends on the 12th October.  In the meantime, you can visit the bookshops and pick up a Tidy Books postcard for a 15% OFF voucher.


These bookshops are taking part in the Tidy Books Golden Ticket Hunt:

The Edinburgh Bookshop 219 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, EH10 4DH,  The Edinburgh Bookshop has kids storytelling events, and their dedicated Children’s bookseller can give you lots of new book ideas for your kids.

Ebb and Flo  12 Gillibrand Street Chorley, Lancashire PR7 2EJ  Ebb and Flo has regular story and craft sessions, and also Story Yoga for kids on saturday mornings too.

Heffers,* 20 Trinity St, City Centre, Cambridge CB2 1TY  Heffers has a dedicated children’s section and an extensive range of books for adults too.

The nationwide campaign to celebrate bookshops; Books Are My Bag takes place from 9-12th October, and highlights the vital role of high street bookshops where 56% of our book buying decisions take place.

So, if you’re in striking distance of one of our partner bookshops, why not take a look, maybe buy a book and hunt down one of Tidy Books’ winning tickets.

To claim your prize, post a selfie of yourself and the winning ticket outside the bookshop on the Tidy Books Facebook page, or email it to us: alastair@tidy-books.com.

Good luck!

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  1. Great idea for getting your children to keep their books tidy

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