‘The Book of Beasts – Colour and Discover’ Giveaway

To celebrate the cinematic release of J.K. Rowling’s ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,’ Buster Books have very generously given me a beautiful hardback edition of their monstrous colouring book, ‘The Book of Beasts.’

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It’s absolutely packed with brilliant illustrations of mythical and magical creatures from around the globe, with fascinating facts about them all!

To read my full review, click here

To be in with a chance of winning this fabulous prize, just comment below with the name of your favourite mythical beast.  The winner will be chosen on Sunday 13th November.

If you are under the age of 16, please get an adult’s permission to enter as I will need your postal address if you win.

Good luck!

Library Girl.

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6 thoughts on “‘The Book of Beasts – Colour and Discover’ Giveaway

  1. Pots of Tea says:

    Oh wow how fabulous!
    I can’t wait for the movie 😀
    My favourite mythical creature… That’s so hard to choose. I’m torn between unicorns and the Phoenix. I’ll go with the Phoenix though because Fawkes is a bit of hero

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  2. Donna Michelle Nicholson says:

    Great question, hard choice! I think my favourite mythical creature is a hippogriff- proud but dangerous, similar to the Griffin except for the hind. Although the Phoenix is a stunning creature and as a gal from Coventry (the city that rose from the ashes) holds a special place in my heart. ❤️

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  3. Christine H. says:

    I’m personally a fan of dragons. I have such a soft spot for unique, powerful creatures, and the inclusion of Hagrid’s fascination with dragons in the series made it all the more interesting to read. Thank you!

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  4. Tamzin says:

    I’m quite taken with the Qilin from Chinese mythology. Sometimes it is shown to be walking on clouds so that it doesn’t even harm a single blade of grass. Yet, in some stories, the Qilin is capable of incinerating people, (but only when it is required to defend innocent people from the malice of evil-doers).

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