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Win a virtual school visit from Clare Helen Welsh

This month has been amazing, we are into week 2 of our first birthday celebrations.

The next prize is an amazing virtual school visit and a pack of 4 books, 2 each of Poo? Is that you and Wee! It Wasn't Me.

Clare has a really fab session for schools that involves story readings, a quiz, a draw-along, a Q&A and an interactive smell challenge!

For more information about the session see: https://bearhuntbooks.co.uk/blogs/news/clare-helen-welsh-virtual-school-visit-prize

This is for UK schools only. 

All you have to do is mention a favourite picture book the children in your class love. Feel free to add a little description reviews are always welcome.

All comments have to be approved, do check back the next day to see if your comment has been approved. 

Entries without a book title will not be approved.

The deadline is Saturday 18th April, 8pm.


  • Our Year 6 class studied Rose Blanche in the Autumn term as it linked with our World War II topic. They absolutely loved the book & produced some fantastic outcomes with it.

    Sue O’Malley
  • My class loved using Paper Dolls by Julia Donaldson and Odd dog ou by Rob Biddulph as part of our mindfulness sessions. We’ve created friendship strings and our own ‘odd dog’ gallery ❤️

  • My class love Alan’s Big, Scary Teeth by Jarvis. We used this book for one of our writing units and my class produced amazing writing on alligators at the end of the unit. A really funny book about an alligator who has a rather embarrassing secret.

    Claire Whitmore
  • King of the Swamp By Catherine Emmet ❤️🌸

  • During home schooling my daughter’s reception class did a great project on Supertato, starting with a reading of the story by the teachers and culminating in our little stories with our own super veg. It really stuck with my daughter who still talks about it months later.

    Lauren Price

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