Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway Featuring Pavilion Children's Books

If you have been following us for any length of time, then you know we love reading in our home. I am a firm believer that my daughter was an early reader due to our nightly reading sessions. I will post a full post soon about tips to get your child to read soon, but in the mean time, I have this great giveaway from Pavilion Children's Book just in time for the holidays!

About Pavilion Books: "Pavilion Books is a thriving independent London-based publisher specialising in illustrated books for the UK and all international markets. We publish around 150 books a year under our range of established imprints; Batsford, Collins & Brown, National Trust, Pavilion, Pavilion Children’s, Pitkin and Portico. Our high-profile authors include Millie Marotta, Oz Clarke and Gennaro Contaldo and we specialise in managing brand-led publishing programmes with brands and organisations such as The National Trust, Good Housekeeping and Mollie Makes. At the core of our business are specialist lists such as craft, cookery, children’s and textile art."




The brilliant debut from a rising star of the picture book world, noted as 'one to watch' by The Bookseller magazine: Big Cat by Emma Lazell. Lazell’s bright colors and brilliant characterization gives the book the look of a classic from the 1970s or earlier, but with a very modern sense of humor and sensibility.

Isobel's grandma has lost her glasses and she can't see a thing without them. While Isobel and Gran are in the garden searching for the specs, they come across a cat. A very big cat. A very big and stripy cat! The big cat moves in with them, much to the disgust of all gran's other cats. He might be good fun, but he takes up lots of space and eats every scrap of food. Eventually the new cat's mom and dad turn up, looking for their missing son. And they just happen to have found gran's glasses too. The tiger family are delighted to be reunited—and gran now sees that she's been sharing her house with... a tiger!

A heartwarming and surreal romp, packed with jokes and funny details and with an underlying message of acceptance.

The Green Giant by Katie Cottle is a beautiful eco-tale that encourages us to put down our devices and save the planet - from the winner of the 2017 Batsford Prize and a rising star in the picture book world.

You've met the Iron Giant, the Big Friendly Giant and the Selfish Giant. Now meet the Green Giant!

A young girl, Bea, and her dog, Iris, are staying with her grandad in the country. Bea is bored, but Iris’s adventures lead them to the seemingly small and rusty old greenhouse next door.

Inside the greenhouse, Bea finds... a giant. A giant made entirely of plants and greenery. Bea is scared, but the giant reassures her and explains that he has escaped from the grey city.

Bea and the giant become friends, but can they do anything to make the grey city, and the world, a greener place?

Forgotten Beasts: Amazing Creatures that Once Roamed the Earth by Matt Sewell with scientific consultant Dr. Stephen Brusatte, vertebrate paleontologist at The University of Edinburgh is a witty, colorful celebration of the amazing lost creatures of this planet; with a strong message of protection and conservation.

Matt Sewell's follow-up to the mega-hit The Colorful World of Dinosaurs is a beautifully-illustrated large format look at the amazing beasts that time forgot—from the relatively well known, such as the sabre-toothed tiger and woolly mammoth, to the obscure monsters that walked the earth millions of years ago—many now forgotten.

Although less celebrated than the dinosaurs, the range of beasts is equally impressive, every one an amazing or scary creature that actually stalked the planet. Like the dinosaurs, these beasts are awe-inspiring in their variety, in a wide range of furs, feathers and colours, making for a stunning collection of vivid watercolor illustrations.

The animals are arranged chronologically—from the strange invertebrate Opabinia that lived over 500 million years ago, to the Thylacine, or Tasmanian Tiger, that became extinct in 1936. More than 50 strange and fascinating creatures are featured.

Barry Falls' debut picture book is a brilliantly illustrated, funny and thought-provoking celebration of where you might go and what you might do in life that harks back to the Dr. Seuss era of children's books: It's Your World Now!.

“As for you my bouncing ball, well you can truly have it all. Yes, you can set the world alight, my child-so-small, your future's bright.”

A beautiful, lyrical and funny celebration of the world and the potential of every individual within it, with ;ots of things to spot on each page – cats, birds, flowers, cars, books, castles, rollercoasters and chocolate cake to name a few! Can you spot the ladybug on every page?

This is the perfect book to read to children to help them appreciate the wonderful things that exist in the world, and the wonderful things that they can do, as well as allowing them to understand some of the setbacks that may happen. And in the end, whatever happens, the child is reassured that their parents will always love them.

Adventures on Earth by Simon Tyler  

The wonderful graphic illustrator Simon Tyler is back with a book all about the extremes of our planet - and the people who venture there. Bursting with information and illustrated in bold and colorful graphics, this book will grab the attention of all avid explorers - big and small.

Follow in the footsteps of the world's most famous explorers and travel to the extremes of our environment on Earth--learn about the highest and deepest, hottest and coldest places on Earth. Discover the world's most wild terrain--deserts, mountains, volcanoes, rivers, jungles, oceans, the polar regions and more and learn about how they were discovered and explored by human adventurers. Find out how these regions are under threat from global warming and other issues, and learn what we can do to conserve them.

The Adventures of Moose & Mr Brown, the first picture book by celebrated British designer Paul Smith and illustrated by Sam Usher, well known for his multi-award shortlisted book Can You See Sassoon? and popular seasonal picture book series – Snow, Rain, Storm and Sun.

The Adventures of Moose & Mr Brown is a laugh-out-loud rollicking adventure story of animals, travel, design and finding inspiration in the most unlikely of places. It follows the story of Mr Brown, an international fashion designer, who agrees to help a Moose he encounters at an airport to track down his lost twin brother, Monty. Along the way they travel the world and help multiple animals by designing garments to meet their particular needs – including slippers for sloths, parkas for penguins and scarves for giraffes. The story was inspired by toys that Paul has owned for many years and which reside in his office in Covent Garden, London.


Enter to WIN

One lucky Nanny to Mommy reader will win the SIX titles from Pavilion Children's Books, RV $93+. Entry is simple, just follow the prompts on the Rafflecopter below. Open US/Can only, must be 18+ to enter. Winner chosen via Random.org through Rafflecopter. All winning entries are verified. Winner may be subject to shipping and taxes upon redemption. Please follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with our current giveaways. Good luck!

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22 comments

  1. I would like to win this for my child who is an avid reader.

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  2. I want to win this for my cousins

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  3. I'd love to win this for my grandsons so we can enjoy these books together!

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  4. My daughter would love these books!

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  5. "Why do you want to win this? Who would this be for if you won?" I think everyone here would enjoy this! All of these books look fun and interesting!

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  6. I want to win this for my grand nieces and nephew.

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  7. I would pass these books on to my daughter-in-law.

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  8. Reading is one of my favorite things to do with my kids. No matter what the distractions life brings, while we read the three of us are together and present in the same world. This would be for them.

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  9. this would be for my little niece

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  10. I would like to win this because we love books. If I won, the books would be for our family. First we would read the book Big Cat.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  11. I want to win this for my grandchildren I want them to grow up loving to read like I do.

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  12. My cousin has a little granddaughter who would love these books. She'd be especially happy with the animal related books, like Forgotten Beasts, I think.

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  13. I would love to win for my 2 youngest girls. My 5 yr old is learning to read and my 3 yr old just loves books.

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  14. I would like to win because I enjoy sharing books with my nieces and nephew.

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  15. I would love to win this for my nephew's children.

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  16. This would be for my son's 6 children all under 11 - the baby is only a few months old so she doesn't need one.

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  17. I would give this to my cousin's son who is turning 2.
    Flyergal82 (at /yahoo /dot! ?com

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  18. I would love to win this for my niece. She loves reading!

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  19. My cousin and wife recently welcomed their first baby. And while he's still a little young for these books, I would love to gift them to the family.
    --Ann B. (L.....B@yahoo.com)

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  20. as a gift for my cousin! She would love these!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  21. Darlene Carbajal12/05/2019 06:16:00 PM

    My niece will enjoy this!

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  22. I'd love to won this because my son absolutely loves books, he cannot get enough of them! This would make a wonderful gift for him.

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Diana