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Win Simon & Schuster‘s perfect winter reading pack!

Treat yourself to some well-deserved time-out with 1 of 15 books packs containing three page-turning reads for you and one for the little ones in your life!

Each prize pack contains the following four books:

Reconstructing Amelia, By Kimberly McCreight, RRP $24.99

How well do you know your own daughter? And how far would you go to find out the truth? A stunning debut novel told in alternating voices, Reconstructing Amelia is a story of secrets and lies, of love and betrayal, of trusted friends and vicious enemies – of how much a parent really knows a child and how far a mother will go to vindicate the memory of a daughter whose life she could not save.

The Yearning, By Kate Belle, RRP $17.99

A dreamy teenage girl’s world is turned upside down by the arrival of substitute teacher Solomon Andrews. But when a harmless crush becomes something more, it reveals a dangerous yearning that should never be fulfilled.

Close My Eyes, By Sophie McKenzie, RRP $24.99

Eight years ago Geniver Loxley lost her baby daughter Beth. Ever since she has been struggling to make sense of what happened and move on with her life. While her husband Art builds his business reputation and their fortune, Gen can’t forget Beth. Then a stranger turns up at her door telling Gen the very thing she’s been longing to hear – Beth is still alive. It’s insane. Unthinkable. But why would someone make up such a story? Ignoring the warnings of her husband and friends, Gen begins to hope – hope that quickly turns into fear and paranoia. With questions swirling around her head, Gen is determined to uncover the truth. But who can she trust? Why is Art so reluctant to get involved? To save his wife from further hurt? Or something much more sinister? Is Beth even really out there? And, if so, who is responsible for taking her? What is the truth about Beth Loxley?

No-Bot the Robot with No Bottom, By Sue Hendra, RRP $14.99

Bernard the Robot loses his bottom on the park swing, and sets off to find it. Every time he gets close, it disappears again! Bird was using it as a nest, but it was too heavy; Bear used it in his drum kit, but it was too tinny; the Squirrels built sandcastles with it…and now it looks as if they’re sailing away in it. Will Bernard EVER get his bottom back? This fabulous book will have kids – big and small – laughing every time.

Please note this competition is open from 1st June 2013 until 1st July 2013 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. S. TurnerACT
  2. T. GraysonWA
  3. R. ChristieNSW
  4. B. KapsleySA
  5. J. RankinQLD
  6. L. BartoloNSW
  7. R. BrennanVIC
  8. K. WalkerQLD
  9. R. MeadQLD
  10. K. McdermidQLD
  11. T. DeanNSW
  12. B. MasonNSW
  13. S. RayNSW
  14. J. RutherfordQLD
  15. M. WollastonQLD
  • Baby Bops Counting Book was the last thing I read, it was a sleeptime story for putting my son to bed.

  • Stilletto murders as it was a mystery/sexy all rolled into one ,great dream material

  • Primal Fear – I can’t say why cause I would ruin the ending – you’ve got to read it!!

  • 1Q84. I didn’t love this book. It was long, complicated and unrelatable, yet it was compelling. I just had to know how the stories resolved.

  • Cant remember the last book I read, but I would love to start reading again

  • Sidney Sheldon’s If Tomorrow Comes. One of his first, and in my opinion, the best. So many tricks.

  • Autobiography of Dr Chris O’Brien from RPA such an inspirational man!

  • Nora Roberts The perfect hope I love all of Nora Roberts books and starting to read one I know it will never disappoint

  • ‘Quiet’ by Susan Cain – an amazing insight into introverts, I have always pretended to be an extrovert for my career but am now proud.

  • My last book was “Eat, Pray & Love”. It resonated so much with my life that I just couldn’t put it down without finishing :)

  • I’m on maternity leave and would love the chance to escape into these books, I am also in the process of writing my own book.

  • George’s marvellous medicine by Roald Dahl. It took me about an hour but had me chuckling!

  • I read the steve Irwin story couldn’t put it down as it had me amazed at how wonderful the man was

  • Reading in my one indulgence and I would love to have some new books to indulge in!

  • David Sedaris new book -Let’s Explore Owls with Diabetes was thought provoking and laugh out loud funny at the same time – the house was a mess for 2 days until I finished it.

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