Wednesday 18 October 2017

Send us a photo of your little bookworm for World Book Day - and you could win a €100 Easons voucher

L-R) Wendy Wenshen Chen (8), Ciaran Kildee-Doolan (7), Ellen Lynch (9), Cruz Sithelo (8), Mocey-Lee Doody (7) pictured in Eason O’Connell Street to mark World Book Day
L-R) Wendy Wenshen Chen (8), Ciaran Kildee-Doolan (7), Ellen Lynch (9), Cruz Sithelo (8), Mocey-Lee Doody (7) pictured in Eason O’Connell Street to mark World Book Day
Independent.ie Newsdesk

Independent.ie Newsdesk

To celebrate World Book Day, we're giving away a €100 Easons book voucher to one lucky reader.

Today is a special day for bibliophiles as they celebrate their favourite stories with the 20th anniversary of World Book Day.

Davy Hickey (8) as The Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland
Davy Hickey (8) as The Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland
Sadhbh and Liam Pitt dress up as characters from Little Red Riding Hood and The Wizard of Oz
Darragh Barrett dressed up as Slappy from the Goosebumps
Two-year-old Hayley reading her favourite books
Tom
Rian
Moone Boy
Raphael
A helping hand
Dr Seuss
This little bookworm turned into a book...kitten?
Spongebob
Two for one
Starting early
A walking book

To mark the event, we have a €100 book voucher for Easons to give away to one lucky reader.

The voucher can be used in any store nationwide.

Imagine the amount of new titles you'll be able to stack on your shelves with €100. Or, perhaps you'll use it to encourage a friend's literary appreciation.

To be in with a chance of winning, just tweet us a photo at @Indo_Ents of you (or a budding bookworm) dressed as your favourite literary character or posing with your favourite book. Alternatively, send us a message on Facebook at @IndoEnts or email us at contact@independent.ie.

Competition closes at midnight on March 2.

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