Monday, 18 May 2015

Evening reads: Shoutykid book "How Harry Riddles Mega-Massively Broke the School" giveaway #9

Little L is a little book warm, she is too small to read, but she likes to flick through the pages of her board books or likes to listen when I read. L likes colourful books, likes to discover new materials, animals or sounds with with touch and feel or lift the flap books.
When I have received Shoutykid books- How Harry Riddles Made a Mega-Amazing Zombie Movie (£5.99) and How Harry Riddles Mega-Massively Broke the School (£6.99), L didn't let go of them for good 10 minutes, she liked it's bright cover a lot. 
Shoutykid books are written in an e-mail, forum chats and letter format, mainly addressed to Harry's (main character) cousin Charley.
Shoutykid books are very easy to read and quick, even though I'm an adult I giggled few times whilst reading the books to L. And I'm sure that boys or girls similar age will find that it is easy to relate to Harry and his life troubles.

Without giving away too much information, here is an example of Harry's writing:
For those who are intrigued you can read more book reviews or even purchase one here, alternatively HarperCollins have kindly offered one of my readers the opportunity to win second Shoutykid book, all you have to do is fill out the Rafflecopter form below  (the competition starts on 18 May 12am and ends on 1 June 12am):

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Lookout for book 3 in August 2015!

Disclaimer: I was sent the above items for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


  1. I have just finished reading The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins!

  2. I've just read 'the dinosaur that pooped christmas' to my younger two

  3. I have just finished reading David Walliams book Gansta Granny to my son which he loved!

  4. Treasure Hunters by James Patterson.

  5. Paddington's Busy Day for my 5 year old. He loved it.

  6. Dora the glow in the dark one.

  7. I read the 3 billy goats gruff to the kids last night x

  8. I've just finished Ghosthunters by Neil Spring about the investigations into Borley Rectory in the 1920s and 30s

  9. zoe somerfield31 May 2015 at 08:59

    The Dark Half by Stephen King