Win five beautiful books for eco-warriors

Ready to save the planet? Here's your chance to win five books all about conservation and the natural world.

It's never been more vital that we learn about our world and work to stop climate change. We're offering you the chance to win five fantastic books about ways we can change the world - from cleaning up our beaches to learning from the incredible Dr Sylvia Earle, who has dedicated her career to protecting marine life (and spent almost 300 days living underwater!)

You'll win:

The Puffin Keeper by Michael Morpurgo, illustrated by Benji Davies

Publishing this November to celebrate 80 years of storytelling from Puffin, The Puffin Keeper, from masterful storyteller Michael Morpurgo and world-class illustrator Benji Davies, is the magical story of a lost puffin, a lonely artist, and how one event can change a life forever.

It was Benjamin Postlethwaite's job all his long life to make sure the light shone brightly high up in the lighthouse on Puffin Island. Not once in all his years as the lighthouse keeper had he ever let his light go out. But sometimes even the brightest light on a lighthouse cannot save a ship…

Blue Planet II by Leisa Stewart-Sharpe, illustrated by Emily Dove

Open up to discover stories of shimmering coral reefs in a kaleidoscope of colours, otters chasing one another through underwater forests and King penguins tip-toeing past snoozing Southern elephant seals.

With a foreword from Sir David Attenborough, Blue Planet II is full of the incredible stories we first watched in the landmark BBC Blue Planet II TV series, reimagined and brought to life with stunning illustrations, alongside exciting facts and surprises. 

Read Leisa's blog about the storytellers who inspire her love of nature

Wild Cities by Ben Lerwill, illustrated by Harriet Hobday

From the pitter-patter of penguins in Cape Town, to the prowl of a leopard in Mumbai, and the splash of a seal in Sydney, cities are home to some unexpected residents. These are the astonishing stories of the animals who are adapting to live in our urban world – and how humans can help them to thrive.

Climate Rebels by Ben Lerwill

Meet the humans from around the world who are fighting to save our planet in this collection of 25 inspiring true stories. From Greta Thunberg and David Attenborough, to lesser-known heroes such as turtle-protector Len Peters and the poacher patrollers The Black Mambas, these stories are proof that one person's actions can grow into something big and powerful, that can help change the world.

Read our review

Clean Up! by Nathan Bryon, illustrated by Dapo Adeola

Join Rocket as she goes on a holiday to visit her grandparents at their tropical island home. She soon discovers the plastic pollution that is spoiling the beaches and putting local sea life at risk.

Clean Up! is an inspirational story on how we can all make a difference and how small changes can have a BIG impact! Bursting with energy and passion with vivid illustrations this heart-warming picture book will impassion you to clean up the planet by doing your own little bit.

Read our review

For the chance to win, simply answer the question below and leave your details by the closing date of 11pm on Thursday 17 December.

Win a bundle of books for young eco-warriors

Which of these animals does primatologist Jane Goodall study?

Terms and conditions

1. Participants must be at least 18 years old to enter.

2. To enter the competition, you must be a resident of England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. 

3. The competition is not open to employees (or members of their immediate families) of BookTrust.

4. Only one entry per person.

5. Entries must be submitted by 11pm on Thursday, 17 December 2020.

6. There will be one winner selected at random (from all eligible entries).

7. If a chosen winner does not respond to correspondence within one week, a new winner will be selected.

8. Our decision will be final, and no correspondence will be entered into.

9. The prize will not be transferable to another person.

10. No part of the prize is exchangeable for cash or any other prize.

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13. Where a third party is supplying a prize, BookTrust accepts no responsibility for inaccuracy of any prize description, and the third party is responsible for prize fulfilment.

14. By entering you are agreeing to the terms and conditions in our privacy statement.

15. BookTrust reserves the right to amend the competition end date at any time.

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