Are you getting bored of doing the same old things and playing the same old games? Are you fed-up watching tv or playing on your games console? Then this is the book for you – and you could WIN it right here! Just comment below with the name of your favourite game or activity to do outside (get parental permission to enter if under 16.
This fourth book from Blue Peter Award (and badge) winner, Andy Seed, promises to cure all boredom. Perfect for long weekends and school holidays. Full of brilliant ideas like making a rainbow or having a sponge bomb battle.
But what if it’s raining outside? Fear not; there are plenty of awesome indoor activities too – gloop making or balloon volleyball anyone?
Andy Seed is an expert at averting boredom. Here are some of the ways he’s done it himself in the past:
1. Building a working model of a sewage farm.
2. Coaching 3 current professional football players.
3. Entering (and winning) over 100 caption competitions.
Feel inspired to get off the sofa?! Then don’t forget to enter the giveaway by commenting below by Monday 24th April.
*Many thanks to Bloomsbury for sending me this copy to review*
5 thoughts on “‘The Anti-Boredom Book of Brilliant Outdoor Things to Do,’ by Andy Seed, illustrated by Scott Garrett.”
Ooh, this sounds like a book I need! I’m a mum to three boys and keeping them entertained is no easy task! Thanks for the chance to win it 🙂
Oooh, and I forgot to add that we love to make obstacle courses in our garden. We use hula hoops, bean bags, bats and balls, balls and cones and more.
Congratulations, Kelly. You have won this giveaway! I shall contact you via email to confirm delivery details.
A water fight every time 😃💦 xxx