CONGRATULATIONS!

Yes the Codeword was "Flying"!

Well done for taking part! We hope you enjoyed the story!


To claim your prize, all you have to do is ask a grown-up to email the following information to veraprize@yourstoriesmatter.org:

  • Name (as you want it to appear)
  • School (optional)
  • Town, Country (not your full address)
  • along with an attached photo of you holding the book (with or without your face). If you don't want us to use the photograph on our website or social media, then please mention this in the email.
  • and, if you would like, tell us why you liked the book!

A Prize for Everyone!

Everyone who enters and gets this far will get their name somewhere in the next Vera McLuckie book. If you aren't too late, you can also select one of the available prizes below.

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NOW TAKEN Prize 1: Work with Author to Choose a Character's Name for the Next Book (for 2 people)

The author Jane Evans will work with you on her next book to choose the name of one of the characters in the next book. This prize is for two people.

Jan 2017: Harriet Mason from Edinburgh, Scotland, claims this prize! Congratulations Harriet!

Jan 2017: Harriet Mason from Edinburgh, Scotland, claims this prize! Congratulations Harriet!

Feb 2017: Holly Harvey-Jamieson, also from Edinburgh (the author's home town), claims this prize. 

Feb 2017: Holly Harvey-Jamieson, also from Edinburgh (the author's home town), claims this prize. 

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NOW TAKEN Prize 2: Work with the Illustrator and Publisher to Choose the Main Colour of the Cover for the Next Book (for 1 person)

The illustrator and publisher will work with you to select a good colour for the next Vera McLuckie book (other than blue as we have already used that for The Daydream Club). This prize is for one person.

Feb 2017: Evan Lamb from Caerphilly, UK, successfully cracked the code and claimed the prize to help the illustrator choose the colour of the next book. Well done Evan! (Photo not shown at parent's request.)

Feb 2017: Evan Lamb from Caerphilly, UK, successfully cracked the code and claimed the prize to help the illustrator choose the colour of the next book. Well done Evan! (Photo not shown at parent's request.)

NOW TAKEN Prize 3: Work with the Illustrator to Choose the Hidden Object for the Next Book (prize for 1 person)

The illustrator Ruth Mutch will work with you to select the next hidden object (like the penguin in The Daydream Club). This prize is for one person.

May 2017: Anna Carlisle - who goes to school at Hill View Primary, Banbury, UK - was lucky enough to claim the last main prize to help the illustrator choose the 'hidden object' in the next Vera McLuckie story. We'll use the hidden object for another competition like this one.

May 2017: Anna Carlisle - who goes to school at Hill View Primary, Banbury, UK - was lucky enough to claim the last main prize to help the illustrator choose the 'hidden object' in the next Vera McLuckie story. We'll use the hidden object for another competition like this one.


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If you weren't lucky enough to get a main prize this time around, you could always look out for the next book and have another go!