Gangsta Granny has been shortlisted in the younger readers category of the Red House Children’s Book Award and we were all quite excited about that in the Library Mice household!
As you may know, The Red House Children’s Book Award is the only national children’s book award voted entirely by children. It is owned and co-ordinated by the Federation of Children’s Book Groups and sponsored by Red House.
If you want to know more about reading and voting for the award, please do not hesitate to contact me!
Gangsta Granny was first published in October 2011 and was David Walliams’ fourth children’s book, after The Boy in the Dress, Mr Stink and Billionaire Boy.
In Gangsta Granny, we meet Ben, who has to spend every Friday night at his granny’s and is bored beyond belief there, as week after week, he is made to eat Cabbage soup and play Scrabble. But after his grandma overhears him complaining about her and is desperate to make amends, Ben finds out two things he never knew about her:
You can also watch David Walliams read an extract from
Gangsta Granny here.
The prize includes:
* a box set of paperbacks (which includes David’s first four books)
* a Ratburger goodie bag (which includes a t-shirt, bookmark, stickers and sweets, you can see a picture of it here)
* a set of audiobooks (on CD), read by David Williams himself.
The giveaway is open to UK residents only and will close at midnight on Tuesday 13th November, which will also mark the end of our fabulous RHCBA blog tour.
To enter, please leave a comment below.
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The winner will be chosen using random.org