In order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the children’s picture book entitled ‘How to catch a star’ by Oliver Jeffers I was sent a beautiful presentation box to share with my daughter Faith.
The box contained a copy of the book, some glow in the dark stars, some activity sheets, a letter from Oliver and a star shaped USB which contained a video from Oliver.
There was also a second copy of the book so that I could offer one as a prize to you lovely readers out there, so keep reading to the end of this review for your chance to win.
The book is beautifully illustrated and tells the story of a boy that decides to make a plan and try and catch a star. How to catch a star was the debut book of author and illustrator Oliver Jeffers who has since gone on to create a number of books which include ‘The incredible book eating boy’, ‘This moose belongs to me’ and The great paper caper’.
Faith really enjoyed reading this book, she is six and found the that the book was at the right level for her to be able to read without any help from me. She found the story very funny and really liked the ending. This will definitely be going on Faith’s book shelve to be enjoyed again and again.
We also had lot’s of fun doing the work sheets that were provided and Faith especially enjoyed making the mobile which she now has proudly hanging in her bedroom with her glow in the dark stars so that she can imagine that she is outside looking up at the nights sky when in bed each night.
If you would like to win your own copy of this book then all you need to do is enter via the rafflecopter below.
Please note that this competition is only open to residents of the UK. The closing date of this competition is 14/04/2014.