Giveaway: Shh! We Have a Plan, by Chris Haughton
March's children's bookclub picks include Shh! We Have a Plan, the brand new picture book from Chris Haughton about a beautiful bird, an unquenchable desire and plans gone awry...
Four friends, three big and one little, are out for a walk. They spot a beautiful bird perched high in a tree. They simply MUST have it and – shh! – they have a plan. But one hilarious foiled plan after another and it's clear that this goofy trio cannot catch that elusive birdie. However, the littlest of the group, a quiet spectator up until now, knows that a bit of kindness and sweetness can go a lot further than any elaborate scam. Will his three friends follow his gentle lead or get themselves into even more trouble?
From the author of the bestselling Oh No, George! and A Bit Lost, this book is perfect for children aged five and over.
Win a limited edition print
We have 10 Shh! We Have a Plan limited edition prints signed by Chris Haughton to give away to the first 10 Mumsnetters to post a review.
Watch the trailer
Shh! We Have a Plan trailer from Chris Haughton on Vimeo.
About Chris Haughton
Chris is the creator of the stunning, multi award-winning picture books A Bit Lost and Oh No, George! He is an Irish designer and illustrator, named one of Booktrust's Best New Illustrators in 2011.
Chris trained at the National College of Art in Dublin. After working in Ireland, Hong Kong and travelling around Asia he is now based in London. His debut picture book, A Bit Lost, is published into 19 different languages around the world and has won nine awards in seven countries, including the Dutch Picture Book of the Year and CBI Book of the Year.
His second title, Oh No, George! came out in March 2012 and was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Award and the Roald Dahl Funny Prize.
Check out Chris' illustrations on his website.
If you receive a free copy of Shh! We Have A Plan, we do expect you to post a review or join in on the discussion thread.
Apply now, this giveaway closes at 10am, Monday 10 March
about 3 years