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DreamWorks Animations’ Rise Of The Guardians, is an epic adventure that tells the story of a group of heroes – each with extraordinary abilities. When an evil spirit known as Pitch lays down the gauntlet to take over the world, the immortal guardians must join forces for the first time to protect the hopes, beliefs and imagination of children all over the world.

Only at the movies DECEMBER 13

You can watch the trailer here:

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Twitter – #RiseOfTheGuardians

RISE OF THE GUARDIANS © 2012 DreamWorks Animation L.L.C.


We want to celebrate the release by giving away two gigantic prize packs…

Prize Pack One:

  • 1 x skateboard
  • 1 x nightlight
  • 2 x glitter pens
  • 1 x 3D puzzle
  • 4 x posters

Prize Pack Two:

  • 1 x nightlight
  • 3 x glitter pens
  • 1 x 3D puzzle
  • 4 x posters

For your chance to win a prize pack, use the comment form below and tell us why your little ones are everyday heroes.

Please note this competition is open from 26th November until 12th December and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. 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. K. OBrienNSW
  2. B. BannVIC
  • Because my 4 young children make me laugh and smile everyday with their enthusiasm and bundles of energy. They are my superheroes for accepting life’s challenges along the way and I love them exactly they way they are – all perfect in their own unique way!

  • My boys are everyday heros for different reasons. One has severe allergies, asthma, excema, and all year round hay fever yet everyday he strives to do well in school and sports, he’s loving and so gentle and doesn’t let his medical problems stop him from doing anything. He just accepts them and moves on even though at times he feels left out because of them. My other sons struggles with emotional issues and anxiety which can cause him extreme frustration but he still gets up and go to school and tries hard even though it takes him double the amount of effort to understand things. They both show me such love and they are MY everyday Heroes :)

  • My son is an everyday hero because he’s always anxious to help. I have high functioning autism which can affect my communication skills, confidence and abilities and he can be quite amazing at working things out.
    A few months ago he installed a door handle set for me while his dad was out, i’m very proud of him.

  • My little guy bravely fronted up to the dr for his needles. He understood that they might hurt, but he needed them to stay healthy and to be able to go to big school. I was the one in tears – so proud of my little guy.

  • My little everyday hero has brought her bed wetting down to zero :)

  • My little girl astounds me with her knowledge and ability to learns and absorb information, she is my superhero!

  • My nephew Noah has cancer, he never complains, always has a smile on his face and isn’t scared of anything. He is amazing.

  • My daughter is an everyday hero because she makes you realise how much of life you over look by not enjoying the small things. She makes me appreciate all things bi and small

  • My daughter is an everyday hero because she doesn’t let her speech impediment get in the way of her playing and having fun whether that be alone or with other kids and she’s also teaching her brother how to do all sorts of different things (sometimes somethings i’d rather he not learn haha)

  • I was so very proud of my grandson when he genuinely congratulated his friend and expressed how proud he was of him.

    All my grandchildren are heroes in their own right, but just last weekend two of my grandchildren had their dance concert. At the end of the evening, all children receive a medal for participating and then special awards are handed out. My grandson didn’t receive one this year, but he was ecstatic that his friend at dance received one, because while he may not be the best dancer he really and truly puts everything into it.

  • They look after me when I sick and they tuck me into bed when i am tired

  • My little boy nearly 2 and little girl 13 weeks. My little boys runs to her when she is crying and tries to make her smile….

  • My nephew (6) looks after his sister (2) with great maturity and he even buys her stuff from the school canteen and brings it home for her. She looks up to him with loving eyes. Her little protector.

  • they help with the chores

  • My littlest is always looking up to her big sister. I would like to think they would rescue and help each other and always be each others superhero :)

  • Being so brave undergoing major surgery, paediatric intensive care and a long hospital stay…my little hero.

  • they like to help poppy with everything and poppy thinks they are real life heroes

  • My kids always make me laugh which is what keeps me from going insane!

  • Because they are forever helping each other out

  • I saw the advertisement on Television, it looked like fun.

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