Royal-themed book giveaway

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Win royal-themed children's books!

Enter for the chance to win a royal-themed book! We've got some great stories for a range of ages. Whether you want to dive into a world where the Queen is a reality TV star or follow the tales of the world's fierce female monarchs, this giveaway is sure to have something your child will love.


Princess Kevin

By Michael Escoffier and illustrated by Roland Garrigue

This year, Kevin is going to the school fancy dress show as a princess. His costume is perfect but he knows that the best costumes are authentic. So he is outraged that none of the knights will partner with him and complete the look.

Recommended age: 3-4

We have three copies to be won, courtesy of Quarto

King Mouse

By Cary Fagan

A mouse comes upon a tiny crown in the grass and puts the crown on his head. When a bear walks by and asks if he's king, the mouse responds "Yes." The tiny monarch settles into his new role very comfortably ... until, that is, a snake comes upon a crown and claims she is queen.

Recommended age: 3-4

We have three copies to be won, thanks to Walker

Pop-up Kings and Queens

Illustrated by Rachael Saunders

Why did Elizabeth I refuse to get married? Why did Charles I wear two shirts to his execution? Find out all about the most famous British kings and queens in this fun-packed pop-up book, full of flaps and fascinating facts.

Recommended age: 5-8

We have three copies to be won, courtesy of Walker

Pop-up Palace Pets & Other Royal Beasts

By Historic Royal Palaces, illustrated by Rachael Saunders

Did you know that William III died after an unfortunate meeting with a mischievous mole? And that Queen Victoria used to dress up her dog, Dash, in a scarlet jacket and blue trousers? This is a book to treasure for royal enthusiasts, animal fans and history lovers everywhere.

Recommended age: 5-8

We have three copies to be won, thanks to Walker

The Snow Queen

By Geraldine McCaughrean and Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Laura Barrett

Hans Christian Andersen’s classic story of The Snow Queen has enchanted children for over 150 years. Join Gerda on her journey to rescue her best friend Kai from the Snow Queen’s icy palace!

Recommended age: 5-8

We have three copies to be won, thanks to the Hachette Children's Group

Ladybird Tales of Crowns and Thrones

By Yvonne Battle-Felton and Chitra Soundar

Join six kings, queens and warriors from around the world as they battle for crowns, vanquish dark forces and claim their thrones in this colourful illustrated collection of Ladybird Tales.

Recommended age: 5-8

We have three copies to be won, courtesy of Penguin Random House

Kings and Queens Sticker Activity Book

Illustrated by Jessica Smith

From William the Conqueror to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, this interactive sticker activity book is the perfect introduction to the kings and queens of England - great for budding historians.

Recommended age: 5-8

We have three copies to be won, courtesy of Walker

Do Not Disturb the Dragons

By Michelle Robinson, illustrated by Sharon Davey

Wondermere is the luckiest kingdom in the land, all thanks to the dragons that nest on top of the castle. Nobody wants them to fly away, so everyone has to follow the rules and make sure everything stays the same to keep the dragons happy... but Princess Grace HATES the rules.

Recommended age: 5-8

We have three copies to won, courtesy of Bloomsbury

The Tudors: Kings, Queens, Scribes and Ferrets!

By Marcia Williams

Travel through Tudor times with Arthur Inkblott, Queen Elizabeth I’s favourite scribe and his pet ferret, Smudge. Meet Henry VIII and his six wives, fight the Spanish Armada, see Shakespeare’s plays performed for the very first time and sail around the world with Christopher Columbus!

Recommended age: 5-8

We have three copies to be won, thanks to Walker

King Dave: Royalty for Beginners

By Elys Dolan

Dave the dragon is throne-sitting while the king is away, but all the power, fancy outfits, and parties have gone to his head. When the castle falls under siege to a potato-wielding queen, the people need a brave hero not a spoilt king...

Recommended age: 5-8

We have three copies to be won, courtesy of OUP

Knighthood for Beginners

By Elys Dolan

With the help of his trusty steed - an eccentric goat called Albrecht - Dave hopes to convince the court that being rather small, distinctly green, and, frankly, A DRAGON is no barrier to knighthood.

Recommended age: 5-8

We have three copies to be won, thanks to OUP

The Restless Girls

By Jessie Burton, illustrated by Angela Barrett

For her twelve daughters, Queen Laurelia's death in a motor car accident is a disaster beyond losing a mother. Their father, King Alberto, cannot bear the idea of the princesses ever being in danger and decides his daughters must be kept safe at all costs.

Recommended age: 9-12

We have three copies to be won, thanks to Bloomsbury

Victoria Stitch: Bad and Glittering

By Harriet Muncaster

Twins, Victoria Stitch and Celestine, are denied their royal birth-right. Celestine accepts the decision with good grace, but Victoria Stitch is consumed with her obsession for power.

Recommended age: 9-12

We have three copies to be won, thanks to OUP

Queens: 3,000 Years of the Most Incredible Women in History

Written and illustrated by Victoria Crossman

Celebrating strong, brave women across the centuries and around the world, Queens tells their stories of strength and resilience. Spanning 3,000 years from Cleopatra to the Viking queens, Queen Nanny of Jamaica to HRH Elizabeth II, discover new stories about fierce female monarchs.

Recommended age: 9-12

We have three copies to be won, thanks to Scholastic

Queen of King Street

By Tom McLaughlin

When the Queen’s brother, Unlucky Bertie, gambles away the entire family fortune, it’s goodbye to Buckingham Palace and hello to a little house on King Street for the royals. How will they ever survive? Follow their hilarious mishaps as the Queen forges a new career in reality TV, her sister-in-law becomes a social-media star and son Harry tries to survive the local comp.

Recommended age: 9-12

We have three copies to be won, courtesy of Barrington Stoke


Entries for the giveaway will close on 4 December.