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30 lucky winners will receive a copy of H is for Happiness by Barry Jonsberg valued at $16.99 each!

Film tie-in edition of My Life as an Alphabet which is now the major Australian film, H is for Happiness. A delightful story of an unusual girl who goes to great lengths to bring love and laughter into the lives of everyone she cares about.

‘Where do I start in explaining how much I loved this hilariously quirky and moving story with its beautiful, fractured gem of a narrator? How about A is for Awesome.’ – Michael Gerard Bauer

This isn’t just about me. It’s also about the other people in my life – my mother, my father, my dead sister Sky, my penpal Denille, Rich Uncle Brian, Earth-Pig Fish and Douglas Benson From Another Dimension. These are people [with the exception of Earth-Pig Fish, who is a fish] who have shaped me, made me what I am. I cannot recount my life without recounting elements of theirs. This is a big task, but I am confident I am up to it.

Introducing Candice Phee: twelve years old, hilariously honest and a little … odd. But she has a big heart, the very best of intentions and an unwavering determination to ensure everyone is happy. So she sets about trying to ‘fix’ all the problems of all the people [and pets] in her life.

Laugh-out-loud funny and wonderfully touching, H is for Happiness is the film based on Barry Jonsberg’s award-winning novel My Life as an Alphabet.


To find out more about this great read, go to www.allenandunwin.com

Please note this competition is open from 5th January 2020 until 31st January 2020 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. D. EganQLD
  2. K. WintersSA
  3. A. HanifNSW
  4. S. RileyWA
  5. S. WynnVIC
  6. N. SNSW
  7. M. SmithQLD
  8. B. HamWA
  9. A. RyanVIC
  10. S. KohliWA
  11. R. BallantyneWA
  12. C. PhillipsWA
  13. K. SlackWA
  14. M. LesleySA
  15. K. MorganQLD
  16. R. Del VecchioVIC
  17. J. WhiteVIC
  18. M. BerringtonQLD
  19. R. McNamaraVIC
  20. S. MuslihiWA
  21. N. TheosVIC
  22. C. GunnulsonNSW
  23. P. GullyNSW
  24. J. SwiftVIC
  26. D. O'DonnellQLD
  27. C. RobertsVIC
  28. R. PrattQLD
  29. C. BrydonQLD
  30. J. CooperQLD
  • I loved Stand by Me such a great movie about friendship and loyalty and growing up

  • the monster squad, i spent three monthson and off in hospital after a car accident and it was the only decent vhs out of three in the kids ward, i watched it over and over again, It kept me company when I was alone

  • Home Alone – I always liked to imagine the tricks I would play if robbers broke into our house! Fortunately, they never did!

  • ET! It was the first movie I ever saw at the drive-ins and brings back so many memories

  • My girl, it was sweet but the most saddest thing ever I cried every time I watched it, and Jumunji as it made me laugh.

  • Lassie – I loved the feel good stories, Lassie and his friends but I always ended up crying. Now I look back I know that animals are amazing and have so much to teach us. My son has a companion dog and has my greatest love, respect and admiration.

  • The Dark Crystal…I love puppetry

  • Home alone as it was hilarious and kis was adventurous and keep us engaged

  • As a child, I loved the movie ‘Matilda’, based on Roald Dahl’s famous book. I’ve always loved the character of Matilda and her being able to overcome adversity by reading. She taught herself telekinesis and messed with people in hilariously clever ways. You go girl!

  • Home Alone! So entertaining for all kids around ‘Kevin’s age’ watching what shenanigans you can get up to if you ran your own house ???? I wonder how many pizza delivery guys heard the “keep the change you filthy animal” line around that time!?! ????????

  • My favourite childhood film which I always watched was Anne of Green Gables! He quirkinesses, gentle heart & love for her friends, Marilla & Matthew & most of all Green Gables is a film I will treasure in my heart forever.

  • Heidi! This film was so moving and Shirley Temple was simply adorable as a precocious but loving grand-daughter who needed her Granddad to survive!

  • Charlie and the chocolate factory as it took me away to a happy place

  • Annie. A beautiful story of friendship, family, hope and love.

  • I was and always will love Charlottes Web.By E.B.Webb. I read the novel first then was lucky enough to see it on a movie.

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