Win Little Tiger Press Christmas Book Bundle

On The 6th day of December I have teamed up with Little Tiger Press to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a Christmas book bundle.


We love Little Tiger Press books and little J's favourite book this Christmas is The Perfect Present, he loves it. It's a beautiful story of the friendship between Bella and Billy. They each go on a search for the perfect present for their best friend and they end up sacrificing their own favourite toys to make sure they get the perfect present for their friend.

You can read more about The Perfect Present and the other books available by visiting Little Tiger Press

For your chance to win all you need to do is complete the entry form below.

Win a Little Tiger Press Christmas Book Bundle



Competition closes at 11:59pm on 6th December 2016. 
Entrants must have a valid UK address. 
Bulk, third party or any other entries using automated software will be disqualified. 
All entrants and entries are checked and verified. 
1 lucky winner will be chosen at random by the Gleam application. 
Mummy2Monkeys will contact the lucky winners within 3 days of the competition closing. 
The winner will be emailed to the email address given at the time of entering. 
The winner will not be announced on my blog or social media until they have agreed that their name can be displayed. 
The winner must respond within 28 days, If no response a new winner will be chosen. 
This prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative 
The Prize : Little Tiger Christmas Book Bundle

53 comments

  1. No traditions as such but we do, as a family, all help to decorate our tree and home on the closest Sunday to 1st Dec!

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  2. We go to church every xmas eve, thanks.x

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  3. We read Christmas books in the run up to Christmas day

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  4. We are eating only fish dishes on Christmas Eve :)

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  5. we track santa on christmas eve x

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  6. Do you have a Christmas Tradition? . . . .sorry, no

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  7. We always play Monopoly on Christmas Eve!

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  8. We do Christmas Eve boxes and also leave out pillow cases for Santa to fill x

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  9. We go the early evening church/nativity every xmas eve:)

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  10. We always get up early too open our presents on Christmas day.All off us get a new set of pjs to wear also.

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  11. Just the usual, pressie, turkey, tree :) and looking forward to all of it!

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  12. I like that my boys, hubbie to be and mine all get wrapt up in different paper from each other but all of our own are in 1 colour. I know that does not make sense, but I know what I mean!

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  13. Openning presents one at a time to see what everyone has and then it lasts a lot longer

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  14. We don't really have any proper ones apart from pancakes for breakfast and opening presents in our pjs

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  15. no, no Christmas traditions here though I would love to establish some

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  16. New slippers and PJ's on Christmas Eve

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  17. I love reading with my children (almost 2 and almost 4) x

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  18. we all help putting up the decorations

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  19. When I was little my parents always put the tree up on Christmas Eve. I still try to leave it as late as possible.

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  20. thois would be love for when my granddaughter is here

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  21. Our Christmas tradition is Christmas Eve boxes from santas little Elf 🎅🏼

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  22. we have a traditional trifle i dont remeber christmas without it its got real cream flake chocolate and cherry jelly

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  23. We have quite a few! A favourite being a Christmas Eve box for my son :)

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  24. We love to make a ginger bread house every year

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  25. Mine is to go to my son's for Christmas Day. When a child my father always took me to see the main crib in town on Christmas Eve while my mother baked delicious mince pies.

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  26. mince pies for breakfast, none of us like them but we have to keep the tradition going!

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  27. putting up xmas decorations on what used to be my mums birthday (2nd December) x

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  28. we put the tree up on the 1st dec and take it down new years eve. ready for a new year new start. christmas day traditions is opening presents at home followed by family time at my mums

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  29. Yes Decorating the Christmas tree together.

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  30. We love elf on the shelf - i get just as exciting about it as the kids haha - though i always end up using up all my ideas

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  31. A real Christmas tree plus phone calls to family on the other side of the world are our traditions.

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  32. Ive started reading christmas stories at bedtime to my toddler, i think this is a nice tradition and gets him to understand what christmas is about.

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  33. My children and I make marzipan fruit on Christmas Eve

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  34. Yes saving a present for Boxing Day

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  35. We love carols on Christmas Eve then a drink at the pub then home for some jacket potatos and chilli, then we watch Elf.

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  36. Our tradition is bacon sandwiches on Christmas morning.

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  37. I love our Christmas Day tradition of having the youngest child play 'postman' by handing out the presents one by one to everyone to open while playing Christmas music, in our PJs, after breakfast.

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  38. Yes, we have After Christmas Presents - one last gift just when the children are starting to flag!

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  39. I love Christmas, we always make Christmas Eve as relaxed and fun as possible with Christmas films and munchies before waiting for santa

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  40. Smoked Salmon & Bucks Fizz Breakfast :)

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  41. Our Christmas tradition is to visit my sister on Boxing Day

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  42. we dont have any traditions

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  43. christmas films on christmas eve re a must

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  44. After eating dinner on Christmas day, we would find envelopes that Santa had left us. One for each person, containing scraps of paper saying where in the house our presents had been hidden. We’d take turns finding a present and bringing it back to the living room to open. My brother and I always knew that ‘Santa’ was really our grandfather, and now carry on the tradition ourselves.

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  45. making footprints with 'icing sugar' snow

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  46. We wrap the living room door in Christmas paper so the children can burst through into the living room on Christmas day, they love it

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  47. When my daughter was young we used to put the tree up on the 1st, it was what she liked to do on her birthday so who I was I to refuse!

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  48. The only tradition we have so far is to get new pj's on christmas eve x

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  49. Just the christmas eve opening one pressie each :) xxx

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Thanks for your comments. I love reading them :)