04 December 2015

Win a Bumper Bundle of Peter Rabbit Goodies!

Young fans of children’s favourite Peter Rabbit will love these gorgeous gifts this Christmas.




We have one of the following prize bundles on offer, featuring products from the charming Peter Rabbit range. The bundle includes a soft and cuddly Story-telling Peter Rabbit from Vivid Toys and Games. A great friend for bedtime, Peter Rabbit wants to tell you a story! Open his journal and he will start telling a tale. The pictures in the journal light up as Peter goes through the story. With hundreds of different story combinations you’ll never know what will happen next! 

The bundle also includes two special seasonal DVD collections, Peter Rabbit’s Tales of the Start of Spring and Peter Rabbit’s Christmas Tale both from Abbey Home Media, as well as a bright and festive treat for young readers, Peter Rabbit’s Happy Christmas! from Penguin Books.





For your chance to WIN this Peter Rabbit bundle worth £49 you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 17th December 2015. 

Leaving a comment is compulsory but there are additional entry methods available also.


Good luck!





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159 comments :

  1. My set of Lady Bird Read It Yourself Books! I still have them....The Gingerbread Man, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, The Three Little Pigs, The Little Red Hen......

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  2. Enid Blyton books, Mallory towers and famous five

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  3. I loved Enid Blyton - favourites are The Magic Faraway Tree, and The Secret Seven :)

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  4. Mine are The Secret Seven by Enid Blyton :) xx

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  5. I always liked Enid Blyton when i was young,But my 2yr old Granddaughter is really getting into books now she like the Hungry Caterpillar.I think she would love Mr men & misses.She loves rabbits so i think these books would be great for her. Thanks.

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  6. I loved the classics growing up. Little Women is probably my favourite

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  7. I loved Enid Blyton john jackson

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  8. Famous five or secret seven!

    Ashleigh

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  9. Roald Dahl books especially the twits :)

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  10. Enid blyton the faraway tree books

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  11. The Wizard Of Oz - preferred the book to the film as a child

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  12. i loved reading roald dahl when i was younger, now i read them to my daughter.

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  13. I love The Ladybird Collection, particularly The Gingerbread Man. I enjoy reading them with my Grandchildren :-)

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  14. Anything by Roald Dahl or Enid Blyton

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  15. Enid Blyton books, especially The Wishing Chair

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  16. Roald Dahl was always brilliant - The Witches, George's marvellous medicine, The Twits, all amazing.

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  17. I love Tolkiens The hobbit, lord of the rings and the simirillion

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  18. The Wind in the Willows was a favourite of mine- so much so that I sought out a 'special' illustrated copy a few years ago so I can still enjoy it :)

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  19. i love the Roald Dahl books especially the twits x

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  20. i love the Roald Dahl books especially the twits x

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  21. I love the old Ladybird fairytale books.

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  22. All the Beatrix potter books remind me of my childhood

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  23. roald dahl xxxx

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  24. Enid Blytons Magic Wishing Chair Books

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  25. The Secret Seven was always a fave
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  26. the beauty goodies up for grabs thanks for the opportunityπŸŽ…πŸŽπŸ‘‘πŸ’…πŸ’

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  27. The Just William books by Richmal Crompton.

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  28. Charmian Filewood6 December 2015 at 15:39

    I'm very traditional, love the Disney and Grimm stories

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  29. Harry Potter series

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  30. Samantha Wheeler6 December 2015 at 19:50

    The Magic Faraway Tree - Love a bit of Blyton!

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  31. not sure if they are technically a classic but from my childhood i adored miffy books

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  32. I loved all the roal dhal books and now my kids love them too. My sons fave just now is BFG πŸ˜†

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  33. I love the Classic ladybird books, my children love reading them now

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  34. Love the Beatrix Potter, but also like the old school Topsy and Tim books x

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  35. The Peter Rabbit books are one of my favorites x

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  36. I love the old Enid Blyton Faraway Tree series.

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  37. Famous Five and Roal Dahl is my fave

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  38. Sharon Hopkinson8 December 2015 at 05:40

    The Ladybird books. I've now got a collection of second hand ones which my little boy loves.

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  39. i love the Chronicles of Narnia so my children x

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  40. Alfie books by Shirley Huhges.

    Kelly Glen

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  41. I loved the Topsy and Tim Books

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  42. Roald dahl stories and the worst witch series

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  43. Winnie the pooh! I have always loved it when I was pregnant with Sassy I bought a big old style winnie the pooh book for £30 but its been sat in the cupboard most of their lives because I dont want it ripped. silly really!

    I had all of the peter rabbit/jemima puddle duck etc books when I was little I expect my parents still have themall the originals I was never aloud them either incase I ripped them!

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  44. as controversial as they are/were, I absolutely loved Grimm's Fairy Tales when growing up! :)

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  45. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Black Beauty and The Secret Garden.

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  46. Claire Elizabeth Noke8 December 2015 at 14:36

    I love Enid Blytons books, my kids are all reading my copies :)

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  47. I liked Enid Blytons Mallory Towers

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  48. Any Roald Dahl books. I still have images of The BFG in my mind

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  49. All beatrix potter books and topsy and tim.

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  50. I don't think your ever too old to enjoy Winnie The Pooh, for a bear of very little brain, he has a lot of wise words

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  51. Love Hans Christian Anderson books for reading

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  52. Roald Dahl as they remind me of my childhood x

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  53. Enid Blyton however not sure that children can really relate to them nowadays.

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  54. I've always been a huge fan of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. x

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  55. I loved fairytale as a youngster. As an adult I have enjoyed reading classics like Jane Eyre.

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  56. Jane Eyre, Rebecca and The lion, the witch and the wardrobe

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  57. As a Child I had Gold Paged Peter Rabbit Books :D
    Always Loved the hungry Catapillar to!

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  58. famous five books were my fav

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  59. As a young child it was Enid Blyton then I moved on to Charles Dickens.

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  60. I have always loved the tales of Beatrix Potter

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  61. Anything by Roald Dahl or Enid Blyton

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  62. I absolutely loved The secret seven series by Enid Blyton...they always had such great adventures

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  63. Secret Seven series by Enid Blyton xx

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  64. I loved the Enid Blyton books <3

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  65. Roald Dahl book are an all time favourite in our house i loved reading this as a child and i even kept some of them and now my children enjoy reading them,great books for the children

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  66. toss between Enid Blyton books and Roald Dahl stories :)

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  67. All the Enid Blyton books, I loved them as a child

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  68. I love Enid Blytons Mallory Towers books

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  69. I love the Famous Five books by Enid Blyton

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  70. The Famous Five by Enid Blyton,I used to love reading them when i was young.

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  71. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory :)

    @oneisjamie

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  72. I love my old copy of Wind in the Willows

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  73. Danny champion of the world by the wonderful Mr Dahl

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  74. Roald Dahl books :)

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  75. I'm not sure if they count as classic but it has to be Enid Blyton The Famous Five

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  76. it has to be roald dahl. georges marvellous medicine is my fave

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  77. I loved the ladybird books of fairy tales

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  78. I love the noddy books and Rupert we still have a lot of our books they are 40 years old

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  79. My favourite lady bird book was always little red riding the picture of the bid bad wolf and little red riding hood is always so vivid in my mind

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  80. Dr Zeuss books are amazing (and still just as odd!)

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  81. George's marvellous medicine was my fav, but all roald dahl.

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  82. i love anything from Enid Blyton, famous five/secret seven/mallory towers/st claires. i was a big reader as a child. my daughter takes after me xx

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  83. The Arthur Ransome Swallows and Amazons books

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  84. I love all classic fiction but my favourite author is Dostoevsky for his portrayal of the human condition.

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  85. Rohld dahl - can't wait till the boys are old enough to read his books to them!

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  86. Alice's adventures in wonderland. I still have the copy I was given for Christmas when I was 8 years old.

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  87. The lion, the witch and the wardrobe, my day used to read it to me every night

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  88. I used to love the famous five books. I would read them over and over again.

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  89. Wind in The Willows by Kenneth Graham,always loved this book at primary school

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  90. Ladybird books, Gingerbread Man being our family favourite.

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