Ten Sussex primary school children win ‘Get Lost in a Book’ competition

June 16, 2017 1:20 pm Published by

Ten Sussex primary school children are celebrating winning a share of 5,000 books for their schools following World of Books’ hugely successful ‘Get Lost in a Book’ competition.

The competition, which launched on World Book Day, aimed to encourage primary school children to celebrate their joy of reading. Primary school children across Sussex were invited to draw or write themselves in to their favourite story for the chance to win a share of 5,000 books for their school.

Over 350 entries were received from primary schools across Sussex and our campaign generated 23 pieces of press coverage.

Read more about the competition and the winners here.

Image shows Wilf Jenkins, winner of 500 books for Balfour Primary School, Brighton.

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