259 Entries

It’s time to get back out and explore our beautiful planet with our kids, so we’ve teamed up with Australian Geographic to give away five $100 book packs to help guide your adventures.

Up for grabs are five Australian Geographic book prize packs, including How to Raise Outdoor KidsAustralia’s Incredible Insects and Pip & Pete’s Antarctic Adventure (valued at $100 each pack).

For almost 40 years, Australian Geographic has showcased the very best of Australia’s nature, culture, people and places. Its meticulously crafted and beautifully presented stories and photography have captured the essence and spirit of Australia as well as supported conservation, adventure and community projects through its charitable foundation, Australian Geographic Society.

As part of Australian Geographic’s dedication to educating and engaging the future generation, the team has compiled five family-fun book prize packs, including:

How to Raise Outdoor Kids
Author: Linda Drummond

Written by science journalist, Linda Drummond, How to Raise Outdoor Kids is the ultimate guide to inspire kids and families to get outdoors and discover the world around them.

Backed by experts in early childhood and outdoor play, it provides simple tips and activities to help today’s parents stimulate their child’s curiosity, imagination and sense of adventure off their screens and into their natural surroundings.

Australia’s Incredible Insects
Author: Jessa Thurman (entomologist and photographer)

This visual book is filled with seriously weird and wonderful facts about insects so kids can foster an appreciation for insects rather than fear them – for example, did you know ants communicate through smell and the fastest insect on earth is the South Australian Tiger Beetle, which can run up to 2.5m per second or up to 9km per hour?

Pip & Pete’s Antarctic Adventure
Author: Martine Allars
Cartoonist: Environmental advocate and cartoonist, Damian Hugo Castellini

The first in a comic book series to educate primary-school aged kids on major climate change issues in an entertaining and educational way. Pip and Pete go on an Antarctic Adventure where they discover an oil spill and melting ice caps which threaten the lives of local wildlife. Together, they work to understand the issues at hand and how to rescue the animals before they fall prey to predators and to the hands of climate change. Following each story, the comic outlines facts about the environment and the featured wildlife for educational benefits.

More information at Australian Geographic.

(Images via How To Raise Outdoor Kids)

Please note this competition is open from 25th July 2022 until 21st August 2022 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.

  • My kids love the outdoors and love learning so this is the best of both. They would get so much enjoyment in reading these.

  • It looks colorful and interesting.

  • My daughter not only loves the outdoors, but is a freaking sponge. She loves information and knowledge about everything, and she asks so many questions! She would devour these!

  • My kid will love these books as he will learn something everytime he opens a book.

  • My kid love nature, so will enjoy these books

  • The great outdoors is indeed great. Literally a world to explore.

  • My 7 year old loves factual books and picks them before story books for before bed reading. Makes Book week parade costumes difficult!, but I would’t have it any other way

  • There’s nothing better then immersing yourself in imagination, and dream about the places you’d like to visit and things to do. What better way to do this then after reading these beautiful books by Australian Geographic. My daughters and I will spend hours sitting together and reading these books.

  • My little girl Pippa would love a book where she’s sharing a name with a character! Plus she’s definitely a bit wild, very adventurous and loves learning more about animals and insects.

  • My littlies love nothing more than to be running around in the backyard or out climbing trees. They also love learning. These books would perfectly complement our active outdoor life and expand on the kids never ending quest for knowledge.

  • After living in a unit and then 2 years of lockdown, we purchased a camper trailer to get out and explore! These will be great activitys for our trips

  • We love bookish play! We love to read and discover nature! We share our play in our insta account @lilmessyhands check us out!

  • Would be an awesome collection to add to our bedtime stories.

  • My girl loves the great outdoors, and she would be so excited by this. Adventure and wildlife is what she lives for! This would be a dream come true!

  • Anything to incurring out door play

Enter this competition
Your MoM account

Lost your password?

By submitting your entry, if you have previously unsubscribed from our newsletter, you will be resubscribed to receive an email to let you know about winners of this competition and regular special news and promotions. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Please enter your email and a password below to submit your competition entry and join MoM:

You May Like


Looks like this may be blocked by your browser or content filtering.

↥ Back to top

Thanks For Your Star Rating!

Would you like to add a written rating or just a star rating?

Write A Rating Just A Star Rating