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Monster Story Competition


Monster BannerWhat happens to a vampire when he dies? How does somebody become a werewolf? How can you protect yourself from witches? To celebrate Hallowe'en and the release of The Horror Handbook, Alma Books  are running a very special Monster Story competition which sounds just perfect for Halloween activities in the library.

"This Hallowe'eThe Horror Handbookn we are offering five children the chance to have their monster story printed in a special collection – and to have it signed by Axel Scheffler, the illustrator of The Horror Handbook.

Want to win? All you have to do is write a 500-800 word monster story and get an adult to send it to competitions[at]almabooks.com with your name and age, to be in with a chance of winning!

By entering this competition, you agree to Alma Books' terms and conditions.
Competition closes on the 1st December 2016.
Open to children aged 7–11."
 

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