The Last Viking Returns

Competition for September- win a signed copy of ‘The Call of the Osprey’

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Call of the OspreyThis month, you could win a copy of The Call of the Osprey, signed by the author Norman Jorgensen.

Have you seen a good Viking movie recently? Did you start pillaging popcorn and going all bezerker?

Or maybe you’ve read a cool Viking book lately? Did it make you want to grow a beard, jump in a longship and swing a sword at a sea monster?

To be in this month’s draw, write a review of the Viking book or movie in 25 words or less, then add it to the comments section of this post.

Your deadline is September 28!

The fine print: this competition runs from 7 September to 28 September. Winners will be drawn on 28 September at 2 pm WST and announced on the blog on September 30. To be eligible, blog readers must submit a review of a book or movie, that has Vikings as the main subject. The review must be 25 words or less. Employees of Fremantle Press or their families are ineligible to win.

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Author: James Foley

James makes books for courageous kids. He’s the author/illustrator of the S.Tinker Inc graphic novel series for middle primary: Brobot (2016) and Dungzilla (2017) star Sally Tinker, the world’s foremost inventor under the age of twelve, and Joe Tinker, her stinky baby brother. The third in the series, Gastronauts, will be published in late 2018. James’ earlier books My Dead Bunny (2015) In The Lion (2012), The Last Viking (2011) and The Last Viking Returns (2014) have all scored several honours, including children’s choice awards, shortlistings in the Children’s Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards, and selection to the International Youth Library’s White Raven list. James comes from a long line of queuing enthusiasts. Follow him on FB/twitter/insta @jamesfoleybooks, or at www.jamesfoley.com.au .

One thought on “Competition for September- win a signed copy of ‘The Call of the Osprey’

  1. I know the competition has finished, but this page looked so lonely.
    I’ve recently read “How to Train Your Dragon”, a fantastic book about the cheif Viking’s son, who is not really viking material. However he does go on many adventures with his friend and his pet dragon, Toothless, and gets into all sorts of trouble. A really great series for younger kids [years 3-6]
    -Miss Marshall

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