Win a print by Chris Haughton!

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Now, wouldn’t this lovely print featuring the lovable George from Chris Haugton‘s latest book brighten up your life?

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this print, simply leave a comment here on this post!

  • This giveaway closes 6am UK time 22nd March. A winner will be selected using random.org, and announced later in the day on 22nd March.
  • This giveaway is open worldwide
  • If you turn out to be the winner, you have until March 25th to get back in touch with me with your address. If I have not heard from you by bedtime on March 25th I will re-draw another winner.

  • That’s it! Just leave a friendly comment…. good luck!

    47 Responses

    1. barbara schuster

      Beautiful use of color. George is like my friend. She cannot pass up a cake without getting into trouble.

    2. Adam Wilde

      It’s adorable! I only discovered A Bit Lost last week; it’s such a sumptuously lovely book.

    3. Vanessa

      Oh my golly! My 18 month old little lady would LOVE this prize. ‘A Bit Lost’ is her favourite book. We’ve only just got Oh no George!’ and already she says ‘dog’ on every page. Ooh my fingers are crossed..

    4. victoria

      What a coincidence, we covered and catalogued our new copy of this book today. It will be on display tomorrow and no doubt off on its first loan. The two of us sat gazing at each of George’s facial expressions and wondered just how Chris could get so much expression in what seem like deceptively simple illustrations.We have added it to our list of ‘favourites’ that we are keeping as a topic heading in the catalogue!

    5. Sinead

      Oh No George is already becoming a firm favourite along with A Bit Lost – beautiful colours! ‘Cat’ is getting the biggest smile at the moment.

    6. Elli

      That is just THE most amazing illustration. I still haven’t actually come across Chris Haughton’s books in the library, but from what I’ve read of them I know I’m completely head-over-heels about them already (and I’m not normally known for my gymnastic skills). As a passionate believer in faitrade I particularly liked hearing about his fairtrade work in your interview with him – those rugs of his are stunning. Unfortunately though my budget doesn’t stretch beyond faitrade bananas, and you can’t put those on your floor.
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    7. Patricia Kennon

      What a gorgeous print, I love the vibrancy and mischief of his work!

    8. Rosalind

      We LOVE Chris Haughton – we could spend hours poring over his books and talking about them. Both my boys love George and would be so excited to see this print hanging up. Fingers crossed!

    9. Alex

      We got our 19mo daughter A Bit Lost to cheer her up when she was poorly and she ADORES it. Endless cries to read “baby owl!” as well as “uh-oh!” echoing around the house. Can’t say we’re complaining – gorgeous book.
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    10. Kat

      I’m going to have to see if I have a copy of this book at my library; I wonder how many of the books are different from the UK to the US?
      Kat recently posted..Chicks and Salsa

    11. Cheryl

      Hi, love your blog and would so love this beautiful print to hang in our “library” πŸ™‚ Cheers!

    12. Nichole

      Loving your blog after only finding a couple of weeks ago. You make every book sound like a must have and consequently I have ordered quite a few new books since I started reading your blog. Cute print too πŸ™‚

    13. Vicky Bentall

      I know a pair of eyes who would very much like to gaze at these eyes on his wall.

    14. Kendrah

      you know… these books know how to put a smile on your face.. whatever your age, thats gotta be a good thing! πŸ™‚

    15. Lesley

      Oh YES, George!!
      Great book, lovely illustrations & our toddler Ben would love to have George stay in his room.
      Good luck everybody πŸ™‚

    16. Caroline

      I love this book so much…I fully intend to call my son George so that I can say ‘Oh no, George!’ when he does something silly πŸ™‚ Fingers crossed to win a print!
      Caroline recently posted..World Book Day

    17. Debbie Way

      Love the colors, and that he’s able to create so much expression with such basic shapes!

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