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Competition – Win a Set of Children's Clever Tykes Books

Imagine a set of books that could teach younger children about business and entrepreneurial lessons in a way that captivates their imagination. Imagine no more, as Clever Tykes have smashed it out of the park with this set of books with beautiful illustrations by Sam Moore. Clever Tykes Educational Books Unfortunately at the moment Dottie is too young for these but I’ve got a set and they’re well placed for when she’s old enough to ask for a dog, learn how to code or wants to learn more about healthy eating choices. Because that’s what these books are about, teaching your children. I won’t give too much away as they’re a great read but here’s a brief on the books in the set:

Change-it Cho Clever Tykes Change-it Cho

Cho is a healthy eater and very competitive thanks to her parents. She wants to raise awareness of the benefits of healthy eating and set up a stall but there’s a number of obstacles in her way. Chapters include An Idea is Born, Time for Action and Decision Time. Not the kind you’d normally find in a book aimed for this age group.

Walk-it Willow Clever TykesWalk-it Willow

Willow enjoys walking the dog so much so that there’s a potential money making idea on the horizon. Every idea has it’s pitfall! Chapters include The First Walk, Too Many Dogs and Don’t Panic.

Code-it Cody Clever TykesCode-it Cody

Teaching children to code is a brilliant idea. Working in recruitment there is a gulf in talent for digital and this is a great way to introduce coding to kids. It talks about hard work and resilience against competition and adversary. Chapters include Get Creative, Competition Time and The Challenge.  


I have in my hand a set of these Clever Tyke Book to give away. That’s all three, Walk-it Willow, Change-it Cho and Code-it Cody. The competition’s simple. Using Rafflecopter just tell us how these books would benefit your children! There’s way to increase the numbers of entries and competition closes 12am on the 28th October GMT. Good luck and if you’d like to find out more about the books visit Clever Tykes here: http://clevertykes.com/shop/   a Rafflecopter giveaway ]]>


  1. Melanie Edjourian Reply

    What a great range and a great idea for children’s books. I’d be curious to see what the code it one was like.

    1. corporatedad Reply

      It’s great, it’s about a lad that’s in a coding competition and his friend has a better game. So what’s he to do?????? All about determination and pressure. Really clever.

  2. Deborah Mackenzie Reply

    I think these would be beneficial to my niece or in fact other children as they teach children about life in general when it comes to wants and not wants

  3. Jo Carroll Reply

    These educational but fun books sound very different to a lot of children’s literature out there at the present time. I think all three would be very helpful for introducing unfamiliar topics and subjects to my son in a friendly responsible manner. x

  4. Chris Fliss Reply

    Any books that teach children about healthy eating, money management and coding in a fun way are great in my book (Pun intended) 🙂

  5. Carly Belsey Reply

    This is a great idea. I have a 9 year old and these would be perfect for him. Any educational books aimed at children are great. We read every night and he would love these 🙂

  6. Laura Harrison Reply

    Would be nice to win this for my nephew to teach him about different things in a fun way xx

  7. Hayley Todd Reply

    I think these are such a great idea! Not only do they encourage children to develop their reading skills with lovely story telling, but they also show children what a small idea can achieve, how to work through challenges and how positive thinking and a positive attitude can help you achieve your goals.

  8. Ruth Wollerton Reply

    It would give them fun and educational information to help them make their decisions independently.

  9. Tammy Neal Reply

    What a great range and a great idea for children’s books. I’d be curious to see what the code it one was like.

  10. Ellie Spider Reply

    each one appears to have some good life skills to learn made fun by giving in a story format that kids can relate to 🙂

  11. Lucy robinson Reply

    Its fab teaching them about new things. Great way to do it through reading. Love the look of the coding one.

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