Brilliant books giveaway
A perfect time for a big giveaway. We've got a bumper box of historical fiction books, and a brilliant box of fact-filled non-fiction to give away in our Christmas competition.
The fiction box is worth more than £50 (rrp)
And the fact box is worth nearly £100 (rrp)
Our fiction box contains four books from the laugh-out-loud funny Olympuss Games series by Robin Price. Just imagine ancient Greece and ancient Rome, ruled entirely by cats!
Secret Agent Mummy by Steve Cole tells the tale of a 2000-year-old Egyptian mummy detective. It is not a true story.
Crog by Amanda Mitchison is focused on the mysterious tale of an ancient bowl in a museum. It brings the ancient past crashing into modern life.
Blood Oath by Dan Scott is the first book in the acclaimed Gladiator School series. Brothers Lucius and Quintus are forced to join a school for gladiators in this action-packed read.
Caroline Lawrence's The Thunder Omen is part of a series called The Roman Mystery Scrolls. It is set during Saturnalia, the Roman midwinter festival that was their equivalent of Christmas.
Our fact-packed non-fiction collection includes titles about the Spartans, codes and code breaking, China and the Shang Dynasty, the tomb of an ancient Egyptian scribe called Nebamun, Charles Darwin, the Aztecs, prehistoric stone circles, and Cleopatra! Phew... something to interest everyone!
The non-fiction books are published by Franklin Watts and Wayland (both part of Hachette Children's), The British Museum Press and Templar.
To be in with a chance of winning the fiction books answer this question:
What was the Roman midwinter festival called?
And to enter the non-fiction books competition, just tell us the answer to this question:
In the Twelve Days of Christmas song, what type of tree was the partridge sitting in?
Email email@example.com with your answer(s). You can enter both competitions if you want to!
Remember to include your name, age and full postal address (so we can get the books to you if you are the winner!).
Entries close at midday on Monday 9th January 2017
Good luck... and Happy Christmas!