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Throughout November, we are celebrating wonderful, factual books with the Federation of Children’s Book Groups (FCBG). To find out more about National Non-fiction November (NNFN), you can read our news post here and you can also discover the best non-fiction releases of the last few months on our website, here.

But since we’ve been blabbering on about the tons of amazing non-fiction books that are on offer, we thought it only fair that we give you the chance to win some.

Thanks to the generous support of a wide range of non-fiction publishers, we will be giving two lucky winners an incredible bundle of the very best new non-fiction books, from Malala’s Magic Pencil to This Book Isn’t Safe.

This very exciting competition is not to be missed and offers you the chance to win one of two bundles – one for younger children (0-8) or one for older children (8+).

For younger children, we have a fantastic collection of picture books and fact-filled adventures up for grabs including:

  • Malala’s Magic Pencil by Malala Yousafzai, published by Penguin Random House
  • All Aboard the Discovery Express by Emily Hawkins and Tom Adams, published by Quarto
  • Pirates Magnified by David Long and Harry Bloom, published by Quarto
  • Adventures of Your Brain  by Dan Green, illustrated by Sean Sims, published by Egmont
  • What’s Above? by Clive Gifford, published by Egmont
  • FACTS! by Tracey Turner and Fatti Burke, published by Bloomsbury
  • The Picture Atlas by Simon Holland, illustrated by Jill Calder, published by Bloomsbury
  • Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World Activity Book by Kate Pankhurst, published by Bloomsbury
  • Three Cheers for Women by Marcia Williams, published by Walker
  • What Is Poo? published by Usborne
  • Curiosity: The Story of a Mars Rover by Markus Motum, published by Walker
  • National Theatre: Play in a Box, illustrated by Hui Skipp, published by Walker
  • Around the World in Numbers by Clive Gifford and Josh Hurley, published by Egmont

And for older children, we have some really excellent reads including:

  •  A Galaxy of Her Own: Amazing Stories of Women in Space by Libby Jackson, published by Century
  •  Ripley’s Believe it or Not: Shatter your Senses! 2018, published by Penguin Random House
  • Ripley’s Kids Activity Annual 2018, published by Penguin Random House
  • This Book Isn’t Safe by Colin Furze, published by Puffin
  • Illumanatomy by Kate Davies and Carnovsky, published by Quarto
  • Atlas of Dinosaur Adventures by Emily Hawkins, published by Quarto
  • Stupendous Science by Rob Beattie and Sam Peet, published by Quarto
  • Optical Illusions by Gianni A. Sarcone and Marie-Jo Waeber, published by Quarto
  • Legendary Journeys: Space by Mike Goldsmith and Sebastian Quigley, published by Quarto
  • Legendary Journeys: Trains by Philip Steele and Sebastian Quigley, published by Quarto
  • The Story of Tutankhamun by Patricia Cleveland-Peck and Isabel Greenberg, published by Bloomsbury
  • The Anti-Boredom Book of Brilliant Outdoor Things to Do by Andy Seed, published by Bloomsbury
  • 13 ½ Incredible Things You Need to Know About Everything, published by DK
  • Operation Ouch!: The HuManual by Ben Elcomb, Chris van Tulleken, Xand van Tulleken and illustrated by Dan Green, published by Puffin
  • Football School Season 2: Where Football Explains the World by Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton, published by Walker
  • A World of Cities by James Brown, published by Walker
  • Magnificent Birds by Narisa Togo, published by Walker
  • 100 Things to Know About Space, published by Usborne

To enter, email your name and full address to hi@worldbookday.com with the subject line as ‘Non-fiction Competition Younger’ or ‘Non-fiction Competition Older’, depending on the bundle you would like to win. The two lucky winners will be chosen at random after the closing date of Thursday 30th November 2017.

Good luck!

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