Competition time!

06 September 2018

To enter, simply email us your answer!

The Little Book of Awe and Wonder by Dr Matthew McFall is a delightful book for all ages. Prepare yourself to experience wonder, wondering and wonderful learning - a celebration of the inspiring, the informative, the weird and the wonderful.

Take a quick look inside some sample pages here, and if you do not already have a copy take advantage of this offer to buy the book for £10 (RRP £12.99 UK postage free) up to the 30th September 2018, using promotional code LITTLEBOOK10 at checkout.

Order your copy for £10 here using promo code LITTLEBOOK10.

Entries will close on the 30th September 2018 and the winner will be contacted via email and announced through our social media platforms on 1st October 2018. See the terms and conditions in full below.

Good luck!

Terms and conditions

How to enter:
Email with the number of ants crawling through The Little Book of Awe and Wonder.

Competition rules:
The competition closes at midnight on the 30th September 2018.
The winner will be the person who sends in the correct number of ants crawling through the book. In the event that a correct answer is not received, the person submitting the number closest to the correct answer will be chosen. In the event of a tie, the final decision on the winner will be made by Crown House Publishing Ltd.
The winner will be notified by email. If the winner cannot be contacted within seven days of the first attempt to contact them, an alternative winner will be selected.
The prize of £100 worth of Crown House Publishing books chosen from will be non-transferable.

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