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Protect the Planet drawing competition - Win an amazing book bundle!

Protect the Planet drawing competition - Win an amazing book bundle!

Protect the Planet drawing competition

This World Book Day, are you ready to help save our world? In Protect the Planet from DK Books you can discover fascinating facts and practical solutions on what you can do to help solve some of the major problems our planet and environment is facing.

From small changes you can make that can have a large impact, to how you can raise awareness about what we can do to help planet Earth in your community, join author, vet, TV presenter, and animal expert Jess French on her mission to make the world a better place.

To help you get started, DK Books has a fun competition to inspire you!

Create your own environmentally friendly town or city

You could win ONE of THREE amazing book bundles from author Jess French: What a Waste, The Book of Brilliant Bugs, and Earth’s Incredible Oceans. PLUS, we’ll even send a bundle of these books to each winner’s school or local library too!

All you have to do is draw your very own environmentally friendly town or city! Once you’re done, you could add some colour and labels to really make everything stand out!

How to enter

Click the link to download the competition sheet.

Download the competition sheet and start scribbling! If you are stuck for ideas check a copy of Protect the Planet or download an exciting digital activity pack on the Chatterbooks resources page.

You can enter here on the site by sharing a photo of your entry – just make sure you are logged in!

Or

Take a photo and your parent/carer can send your drawing by email to Kimberley.Sheehan@readingagency.org.uk with the subject line ‘Protect the Planet Competition’.

This competition closes on 12 April 2021 at 12:00am.

Good luck!

Terms and Conditions

  • The closing date for the competition is 12 April 2021.
  • Competition is open to UK and Eire residents only, and entrants must be aged 12 years or under.
  • The judges’ decision is final.