This is your chance to try your luck and win some brilliant prizes in BookTrust competitions.
We run various giveaways - from book bundles to signed copies and very special merchandise - so take a look below to find out which treats you could get your hands on at the moment. Keep your fingers crossed...
Find out how you could win 11 of Judith Kerr's beloved Mog books (and a plushie to go with them).
Find out how you could win Malorie Blackman's iconic series, including the brand new book Crossfire, which is being released in August.
30 schools will be getting a huge pile of comics from The Phoenix - could your students be the lucky ones to win?
Find out how you could win all 12 books in Stacy Gregg's addictive series.
Find out how you could get ready for Pyjamarama in June by winning Cyberjammies PJs for your whole family.
Find out how you could win two brilliant books, plus a pencil and tote bag too - all thanks to Ada Twist and the Perilous Pantaloons.
Rachel Renee Russell's Dork Diaries is a much-loved middle grade series, told in diary format, all about friendship, school and family life.
We want to know how you would cheer up Grumpycorn - let us know, and you could win a copy of the book.
Find out how you could win Dancing the Charleston and time travel back to the 1920s with Dame Jacqueline Wilson.
Jan Pienkowski is best known for his books Haunted House and the Meg and Mog series, created with Helen Nicoll. Now you can win a fun bundle of these: perfect storytime reading for toddlers, preschoolers and any child aged up to six!
Winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal for illustration (twice), Jan Pienkowski is best known for the Meg and Mog series but has also created incredible books full of fairy tales, religious stories and myths and legends. Enter our competition to win three of his books for children aged seven and older.
'I write for the child inside': Eric Carle celebrates 50 years of The Very Hungry Caterpillar - plus, win a super book bundle
Find out how Eric Carle feels about his children's masterpiece 50 years on - and enter our competition to win four fabulous Very Hungry Caterpillar books.
Twenty years of the classic children's book, The Gruffalo: win this special anniversary edition, plus a Gruffalo baby book
Win this gorgeous new version of the undisputed modern classic, which has sold millions of copies and captivated children all over the world.
A Mouse Called Julian by Joe Todd-Stanton is an adorable and stylish story about an unlikely friendship between a mouse and a fox – and why kindness and tolerance will always win out.
Win this fascinating and beautifully written book by Candy Gourlay, set in the Philippines in the 19th century: an engrossing read for all children aged ten and older.
Just like Little Bear, it's time to wake up from winter sleep and then delight in this picture book: a glorious reminder of the wonders of nature and the joys of friendship.
You could win a copy of the funny, sweet picture book One Springy Day - signed by author-illustrator Nick Butterworth!
You could win Louise May Alcott's classic tale along with the brilliant modern retelling from Sophie McKenzie, Becoming Jo.
Find out how you can win a copy of Rose Robbins' lovely book Me and My Sister - inspired by her own relationship with her brother.
Hear the villain's side of the story in this hilarious book of fairy tales by Pongwiffy author Kaye Umansky
Let's hear it for the witches, queens and stepmothers! Author Kaye Umansky's new book Fairy Tales: The Villain's' Version is full of must-have magic and wicked humour, as we finally hear the other side of our favourite fairy-tale stories.
Patrice Lawrence has penned this fun and funny story, with flying toads, school rivalries and a page-turning mystery adventure. What more do you want?
Win Alex Wheatle's award-winning Crongton books for teenagers, about life on the fictional South Crong council estate
Bestselling author Alex Wheatle published his first book for teenagers in 2015, and went on to win the Guardian's Children's Fiction Prize. Now you can win the entire Crongton series – voice-driven YA that's as funny as it is thrilling.
Get your hands on a signed copy of this prize-winning and heartwarming book by Onjali Rauf, The Boy At the Back Of the Class
Onjali Q Raúf's has won the hearts of both children and critics for her book that touches on the refugee crisis – with heart and humour – from a child's persepective.
Here's your chance to win three fantastic books by Patrice Lawrence, for teenagers who love a gritty and relatable read
Whether it's a thriller mystery or a tender story of first love, Patrice Lawrence has the knack for convincing teenage readers that these characters and situations really do exist. Now three lucky winners can scoop up a signed set of her books...
With his new book Runaway Robot out this month, we're celebrating by giving away a full set of Frank Cottrell-Boyce's books, all with beautiful new covers by Steven Lenton.
Calling all primary schools – fancy some fun that could win you a prize? Author Candy Gourlay has just the drawing or writing activity for you!
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