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DAY TWELVE, and we’re starting to get excited: Davide Cali arrives in Australia in just three days’ time! In today’s instalment of the blog tour, we’re off to popular kids activity website Little Melbourne, which provides a profile of Davide and his books, as well as his Australian tour dates. They’re also running a competition to win a copy of Davide Cali and Evelyn Daviddi’s delicious picture book, I Like Chocolate.
Little Melbourne is the guide to all the latest happenings in and around Melbourne for babies, toddlers and kids. They provide your daily dose of the inside scoop on what’s cool in Melbourne to do, see, visit, eat, play and create.
The Davide Cali blog tour is taking place from 1 to 15 May, as a countdown to Davide’s first visit to Australia from 16 to 28 May. Every day, some of Australia’s most interesting book bloggers will be posting interviews with him, reviewing his books, offering giveaways and maybe giving a sneak peak of his award-winning new book, 10 Little Insects.
You can check out the full blog tour here.
Davide Cali’s 2012 Australian tour is an initiative of the National Year of Reading
'3 wishes for Pugman' is about a grumpy pug dog who is offered three wishes by an over-the-top fairy
Kids book website Kids Book Review is running a competition to win one of three copies of Sebastian Meschenmoser’s hilarious 3 Wishes for Pugman.
How to win? All you have to do is tell them, in 25 words or less, what you would wish for if a sugar-coated fairy turned up on your doorstep.
Entires close on 20 November, so click here to enter and good luck!
HERE’S A little competition to celebrate the publication of Sebastian Meschenmoser’s delightful antidote to fairy stories, 3 wishes for Pugman.
Pugman is a rather grumpy pug dog whose day doesn’t start too well. But when a rather over-bubbly fairy tries to cheer him up with three wishes, he gives her quite a surprise.
To win one of three copies of this hilarious hardback picture book plus a limited edition A3 poster (pictured), all you have to do is post your own three wishes below in a comment to this post or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your wishes can be as corny or as quirky, serious or humorous as you like. Everyone who posts or emails will go into the draw and on 1 December we’ll choose the three we like best to receive the prizes.