Rain, Rain, Rain, and an OUP Classics Competition

Inspired by all the RAIN, I've written a short guest post about some favourite flood stories on Girls Heart Books (which you should be reading if you Heart Books, even if, like me, you're not a Girl).

Me in a puddle, with a poodle.

Oh, and Oxford University Press (who publish Oliver and the Seawigs) are running a competition for young book reviewers at the moment.

All you need to do (if you're aged 9-13) is write a short, enthusiastic review of one of the books below, which are the first ten titles in the re-launched Oxford Children's Classics. The winners will get:

-          Their review printed in the front of the book

-          A load of copies of the book to give away to their friends

-          A complete set of the new Oxford Children’s Classics for themselves

-          £100 worth of OUP books for their school

Reviews should be 250 - 350 words long, and need to be e-mailed to oxfordchildrensclassics@oup.com by 21st March.


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