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The First Egg Hunt by Adam and Charlotte Guillain, illustrated by Pippa Curnick

This rhyming picture book is choc full of Easter fun with a brilliant message about teamwork, perfect for reading all year round. Poor Easter Chick works so hard to make everyone’s Easter eggs but the Easter Bunny always gets all the credit. It’s time for Chick to hatch a cunning plan . . . which accidentally turns into the first ever Easter egg hunt!

Sam Wu is NOT afraid of Ghosts by Katie and Kevin Tsang, illustrated by Nathan Reed

A laugh-out-loud new series about the bravest scaredy-cat in the world! Sam Wu is NOT a scaredy-cat (except he is). When a trip to the Space Museum goes terrifyingly wrong, Sam begins a mission to prove to the school bully, and all of his friends, that he is a fearless space adventurer. A truly laugh-out-loud, voice-led and madcap story of ghost hunting, snakes and mischievous pet cats called Butterbutt. Look out for Sam’s jawsome follow-up adventure – Sam Wu is Not Afraid … of Sharks! coming in July 2018.

Barry Loser: worst school trip ever! by Jim Smith

The ninth book in this Roald Dahl Funny Prize-winning series. Perfect for fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Tom Gates. School trips are usually completerly rubbish. But Barry’s class is off to the TV studios, where Future Ratboy (super-keel superhero TV show) is filmed … it’s going to be the best school trip ever! That is until Barry and his friends end up lost and alone in Hokum City. Will they become real-life superheroes* and get out of trouble? Will Barry get to audition for Future Ratboy? Will they get the best seats on the coach?? Find out in the latest Barry adventure! *Unlikely.

Purple Hearts by Michael Grant

The third and final instalment of the fast-paced alternative history series that began with Front Lines and Silver Stars. It’s 1944, and it feels to everyone like the war will never end. Rio Richlin, Frangie Marr and Rainie Shulterman have all received accolades, been ‘heroes’, earned promotion – in short, they’ve all done ‘enough’ to allow them to leave this nightmare and go home. But they don’t. D-Day, June 6th 1944. On that day, many still doubted the American soldier. By June 7th no one did.

To help tackle those January blues Egmont are giving away a bundle of all of the above books to one lucky winner. To enter simply send your name and postal address to competition@egmont.com with the e-mail subject line: ‘WBD Feb. The closing date is 23rd Feb 2018 (Full T&Cs can be found on the Egmont site).

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