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WIN 1 of 20 copies of We See the Stars by Kate van Hooft, valued at $29.99 each, thanks to Allen & Unwin.

Simon is an eleven-year-old boy who lives in a world of silence, lists and numbers. He hasn’t spoken for years and he doesn’t know why.

Everyone at school thinks he’s weird and his only friends in the world are his brother Davey and Superman, who’s always there when he needs him.

One day Simon shares his Vita-Weats with Cassie, the scary girl from his class, and a friendship starts to form. And the new teacher Ms Hilcombe takes an interest in him, and suddenly he has another friend as well.

When Ms Hilcombe goes missing, only Simon knows where she is. But he has made a promise to never tell, and promises can never be broken. So now Simon is the only one who can save her.

A haunting and deeply moving novel with a brilliant voice in the tradition of The Eye of the Sheep and Jasper Jones.

Please note this competition is open from 30 June 2018 until 31 July 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. B. Downey - QLD
  2. D. O'Donnell - QLD
  3. J. Jelich - NSW
  4. E. McPhee - SA
  5. J. Harper - VIC
  6. S. Coulter - VIC
  7. T. Keen - WA
  8. K. Lambert - VIC
  9. F. Umali - NSW
  10. C. Laouris - QLD
  11. J. Spear - VIC
  12. B. Yudkin - VIC
  13. S. Ellice - NSW
  14. D. Moody - SA
  15. A. Evans - SA
  16. J. Foye - NSW
  17. V. Lazaridis - NSW
  18. T. Turner - QLD
  19. N. Smede - NSW
  20. J. Kennedy - QLD
  • Astro Boy
    Shoots machine guns from his butt, has rocket boots and just a down to earth really nice kid.


  • Super Ted and Spotty
    Everyone’s teddy bear or favourite toy is their superhero and Super Ted was mine.


  • I liked watching the X-Men cartoon when I was younger…. I think Jean Grey was my favourite due to powers which were off-the-scale!


  • Prince planet even though he was a cartoon I was infactuated with the character.


  • I did not have a normal super hero as such, did not have a TV for a long time, My super hero was my big brother 15 years my senior, he always had time for me even after working a long day at the Zoo as a keeper he would play with me and let me climb all over him never complaining he is now 78 and currently driving around Australia, still my hero


  • She-Ra! She fought against evil and was strong and pretty. Plus she knew He-Man ????????


  • Penny from Inspector Gadget as she looks like me


  • Tarzan.. he used to swing on the branches of trees and he had so many exciting adventures and he
    was always the winner.he did good and condemned evil


  • ELTON JOHN!
    He saved me on many occasions. How you ask??
    Glasses and colourful clothes for dress up parties, making me instantly recognisable as Elton (except for that one time when I was mistaken for Dame Edna but that’s another story).


  • My mum – she rollerbladed, climbed trees, explored national parks, rock climbed, kayaked…dressed up with us, she made our childhood special and fun!!


  • Budgie the Little Helicopter, because he was always there to not only help his friends when needed but strangers too. Being little doesn’t mean you can’t achieve great things!


  • Superman because he could fly.


  • When I was yonger I never had a favourite super hero as such but certainly did enjoy reading fiction novels where I could emerse myself in a fictional world!! I also loved as a small child captain planet!!


  • OMG I am a little embarrassed to say but Clint Eastwood was my hero as a kid. The good, the bad and the Ugly. He was so cool and was the hero in every movie. I just loved how he played it cool always and always won in the end


  • Believe it or not,The Greatest American Hero,Who could forget or remember(as it was a long time ago) his blundering antics and crazy police officer partner,He never did really learn how to fly and remember George from Seinfeld?Believe it or not George isn’t at home.


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