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Free World Book Day Book with the Belfast Telegraph and Sunday Life

The 1st of March marks World Book Day – a chance to inspire a generation of young readers. This year, the Belfast Telegraph and Sunday Life are offering our readers the chance to claim 1 of 10 free World Book Day book in association with Easons.

Starting from the 16th February, you can collect your vouchers in the Belfast Telegraph and Sunday Life. Then, simply take 3 tokens to your local Easons store to pick up your book between the 1st and 8th of March. Psst… there is a bonus voucher in each week’s Sunday Life, so you can collect two tokens in one day. You can collect as many vouchers as you like as long as you have 3 for each book you’d like to claim.

Ready to read?

Here’s ten World Book Day titles you can choose from:

This year, there are 10 books to choose from many renowned authors and celebrities. From extra-terrestrial adventures to super heroes; there is something to suit every young reader!

Oi Goat

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A hilarious rhyming picture book from award-wining writers Kes Gray and Jim Field. This fun book is sure to please your little ones and spur their imaginations and vocabulary.

My Book about me by Mr Silly

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From the much-loved series of the Mr Men books comes a special story from Mr Silly himself! From reading to writing, this story will leave you and your bookworms in stitches.

Paddington turns detective

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The loveable bear is back in his latest escapades in an extraordinary story of detectives, magic and more! This trio of stories from master storyteller Michael Bond is sure to delight young readers.

Nadiya’s Bake Me a Story

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Nadiya, one of Britain’s favourite bakers shares a delicious story in this incredible story come cook book! This book with inspire little readers and their taste buds with two fun stories and delicious recipes.

The Baby Brother from Outer Space

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Haroon and his friends are in for a surprise when they find out his baby brother is actually from space! This hilarious story by Pamela Butcher will keep your little ones giggling from start to finish!

Terry’s Dumb Dot Story: A treehouse tale

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Join Andy and Terry on their adventure to write books in the world’s coolest tree house. Can they agree on which story to write or will Mr Big Nose and the story police catch them?

Brain Freeze

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Izzy’s granddad was an ice cream man who told the best stories, but what if they weren’t just stories? Join Izzy on a witty adventure through time with this great book from Tom Fletcher.

The Bolds’ Great Adventure

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Fasten your seatbelt! Join the Bolds’ on their wild adventure as they travel from Africa to their new home in England. Will they be able to keep their Hyena identities secret?

The Girl Who Thought She Was a Dog

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A heart-warming story from Clare Balding about a little girl who thought she was a dog. They say all dogs are born different, but is it really true?

Marvel Avengers the Greatest Heroes

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Have you ever wanted to learn more about your favourite hero or dastardly villain? From Captain America to Black Panther, this book your own personal guide to the Marvel Universe.

Now the hard part will be picking which of these incredible stories to choose from! Take 3 vouchers from the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life to your local Easons story to redeem your free World Book Day book. You can claim as many free books as you like as long as you’ve collected 3 vouchers for each book.

Terms & Conditions

All 3 vouchers must be collected to redeem the special offer book.

You can collect more than 1 book providing 3 vouchers are collected for each.

Only original tokens will be accepted.

Photocopied or forged copies will be rejected.

INM T&Cs apply.

Tokens can only be redeemed between 1st & 8th March 2018.

Tokens redeemable in the following stores -  Newtownabbey, Belfast Donegall Place (flagship store), Bangor, Craigavon, Lisburn, Coleraine, Londonderry, Newry, Enniskillen. Available while stocks last

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