Win a signed copy of The World’s Worst Children 2 signed by David Walliams

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The World’s Worst Children 2

On the 25th of May David Walliams released the latest in his series of children’s books! The World’s Worst Children 2 is his 11th book. It contains 10 short stories about the most horrible and repugnant children. If you thought the first book was bad, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Consequently with names like Dribbling Drew, Peter Picker, Miss Petula Perpetual-Motion, Grubby Gertrude and Nigel Nit-Boy you know you’re imagination is going to be taken on an interesting journey. As with all his books Walliams will have your cheeks aching and your sides splitting at the unfortunate characters.

With Illustrations by the awesome Tony Ross the book echoes of Roald Dahl (One of Walliams’ heroes) and looks set to be an instant classic. Its only been out for a week and is already topping all the major book charts.  Only time will tell. Lucky for you, we have a competition where you could win a signed copy, but first…

Signing at Waterstones Piccadilly

In addition to the launch there was a book signing held at Waterstones in Piccadilly Circus, London. Hundreds of fans came out to meet their favourite author and have their photos taken. As you can see from the highlights video below lots of fun was had by all. 2 First News reporters were also on hand to interview David so look out for that too.

For your chance to win a copy of The World’s Worst Children 2 signed by David Walliams, all you need to complete ALL 3 tasks listed below.

  1. Follow Nigel on Facebook(/nigelclarkeofficial), Twitter(@nigelclarketv), or Instagram(@nigelclarketv).
  2. Share this Win a Signed copy of World’s Worst Children 2 post on Twitter or Facebook to increase your chances of winning
  3. Leave a comment below telling us your favourite character in the FIRST World’s Worst Children book and why? The why is very important. Don’t hold back 😉

Two lucky winners will receive their prize shortly after the competition closes on the Sunday June 18th 2017. The competition is open to UK residents aged 8yrs+. If you are under 18yrs please ask a parent or guardian to submit your entry for you. The need to use the PARENT OR GUARDIAN’s email address. Entries not submitted by an adult(18+) will not be accepted and details deleted. For full terms and conditions follow this link.

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