Attention book lovers! I’ve got a challenge for you – join the Sparkly Badgers Easter Egg Hunt! I wouldn’t offer a challenge without a potential reward, though – each of the authors taking part in the hunt are offering free books to prize winners. So, how can you take part?
It’s that time of the week again, where our friends at Feathers and Toast perform a mysterious mime. Post your guesses in the comments, go on, have a go. And congratulations to last week’s winner: Hamish Dean, who all correctly guessed umbrella being turned upside down and inside out during strong winds and
It’s that time of the week again, where our friends at Feathers and Toast perform a mysterious mime for you to guess. If you come out from behind your keyboard long enough to leave a guess in the comments then you could be a winner, which would mean that you would receive
It’s that time of the week again, where our friends at Feathers and Toast perform a mysterious mime for you to guess. Pop your answer in the comments, This week’s clue is “springtime.” And congratulations to last week’s winners, Richard Goldman, Sarah Venus and Michele Morrison, who all correctly guessed paparazzi flashbulb
This poem was submitted to Newsnibbles anonymously. Beware the orange man said we, But they just sneered and did not care, They made their jokes and would not see, Beyond the polyester hair. Beyond the tweets and social gaffes, To likelihood of the last laugh, The fools who thought
Can you guess what Feathers and Toast is miming? Answer in the comments before Friday. Your clue is “paparazzi at the Oscars”.
The orange one’s thought of a plan Which will work better than a gun ban Giving teachers a Glock So when kids run amuck They can just shoot them down out of hand To see the complete list of Jane Jago’s books go to: author.to/janejago I am old, and