WIN a set of Letts GCSE Success Books TODAY! #Revision

Day Three of the Back To School Books week, and I hope you’re really getting into the swing of it now.
Now, firstly, let’s not forget why we’re here; Letts Revision is totally worth a visit for any parent – with the needs of different types of learner at the heart of its approach, Letts provides every student with the resources they need to improve performance in the skills, topics and subjects taught at school.

There’s not only an essential range of revision and study guides available, but also free test papers and activity sheets.

Now – Day 3 and we’re moving on to the ‘bigger’ exams; yes, we’re looking at you GCSE’s.

Designed to support all learning styles, Letts’ GCSE Success revision guides and practice workbooks cater to visual, auditory and kinaesthetic learners and cover all the topics that will be assessed in the exams.
These unique exam guides combine three different approaches to revision and ensures accessible and effective revision for all learners.

How to enter to win that bundle of 5 essential books for your studying teen? Why just use the magickery below! First question is compulsory, then there’s the usual extras for showing some love on the interwebs if you feel so inclined.

The closing date for this competition is, of course, midnight tonight the 6th April 2016; only entries received on or before that date and time can be included. The winner will be the first randomly chosen entry. Good luck!

Author: Laura

A 70's child, I’ve been married for a Very Long Time, and appear to have made four children, and collected one large and useless dog along the way. I work, I have four children, I have a dog… ergo, I do not do dusting or ironing. I began LittleStuff back in (gulp) 2004. I like huge mugs of tea. And Coffee. And Cake. And a steaming cone of crispy fresh fluffy chips, smothered in salt and vinegar. #healthyeater When I grow up I am going to be quietly graceful, organised and wear lipstick every day. In the meantime I *may* have a slight butterfly-brain issue.

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  1. I would choose ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ as it was not on my prescribed reading list when I was at school and I didn’t want to read it at the time. I do now, though.

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  2. I would re-read To Kill a Mockingbird

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  3. Kill a mockingbird

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  4. i would like to read “to kill a mockingbird”

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  5. To kill a mockingbird would be a good read.

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  6. Of Mice and Men

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  7. Romeo and Juliet

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  8. I would love to read Lord of the Flies again. Thanks for the lovely giveaway, these would be very useful for my daughter.

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  9. I would re-read To Kill a Mockingbird

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