Yee-haw! Win a Western Mysteries prize pack

Caroline Lawrence, author of the Roman Mystery series and the new Western Mysteries series is a special guest on our blog this week.  She’s going to be talking about what makes a great western and sharing her top five Western books for kids.

To celebrate, we have two Western Mystery prize packs to give away! Each pack has a copy of The Case of the Deadly Desperados and a poster signed by Caroline Lawrence.

All you have to do to enter the competition is tell us the name of another book written by Caroline Lawrence.  If you don’t know any, you could search our cool new catalogue to find one.  Leave a comment on this post with your answer, your name and email address (so that we can contact you if you win).  Competition closes Friday 17 June 2011.

See below for terms and conditions

  • To enter this competition you must be between 8 and 13 years old and live in Canterbury. We may ask for proof of your address and your age.
  • If you are a winner, you consent to your name, photograph, entry and/or interview being used for reasonable publicity purposes by Christchurch City Libraries.
  • Staff of Christchurch City Libraries and their immediate families are not able to enter.
  • The competition ends on Friday 17 June at 5pm.
  • We will announce the winners on the Christchurch Kids Blog on Monday 20 June 2011.
  • We will notify the winners by telephone and/or email.
  • The Christchurch Kids Blog judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • Prizes are as stated and are not transferable.

6 Responses so far

  1. 1

    I have read most of the Roman mystery series, and I have to say they are a wonderful series that I can’t put down!
    These are the ones I love:

    The theives of Ostia
    The Colossus of Rhodes
    The twelve tasks of Flavia Gemina
    The Dolphins of Laurentum
    and The Fugitive of Corinth.

    Nancy Drew Girl

  2. 2

    bluepatty said,

    Hey Zac

    Sounds like a really great series that I would love to read (i’m into all that stuff).

    i haven’t read any of the Roman Mysteries yet but they are on my list of books to read. The first one is: The Thieves of Ostia.

    Amy

    • 3

      zackids said,

      It is a really great series Amy. Stay tuned for my review to find out more. Good luck for the competition 🙂

      • 4

        cobhamkid nathan rm13 said,

        hi zac im nathan and you came to cobham and showed me this website and i really loved it

  3. 5

    cobhamkid nathan rm13 said,

    the theives of ostia

  4. 6

    cobhambloggers said,

    roman mysteries and pirates of pompeii


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