Christmas With Random House & Competition

The Random House Group Ltd has five publishing companies with more than 40 diverse and respected imprints. Their passion is publishing the best stories from the most talented authors and helping readers discover the books they will love.

This Christmas Random House has got a great selection of books to suit the festive season upon us! Featured in this post is just 4 of the Christmas books from Random House, with plenty more to see on the official Random House website.

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The Nativity - The Story Of Baby Jesus - £5.99

Written by May Eliot
Illustrated by Richard Johnson

The greatest story ever told is born again in this beautiful new retelling of the nativity. 


The traditional feel and charming illustrations make it the perfect introduction to the Christmas story for little ones just discovering it for the first time.


Father Christmas Comes Up Trumps! - £5.99

Written by Nicholas Allan
Illustrated by Nicholas Allan

Father Christmas is back, and this time he's had three helping of sprouts! As he tries to deliver the presents, his tummy rumbles, gurgles and groans, but Father Christmas knows he must keep it in - he doesn't want to wake anyone up!

Will he come up TRUMPS?


The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas - £6.99

Written by Tom Fletcher & Dougie Poynter
Illustrated by Garry Parsons

Danny wants everything for Christmas..... but what he gets is a dinosaur, a very hungry dinosaur. Danny's new dino eats up all of Christmas, but as we all know, what goes in must come out . . .

Danny is about to have the most EXPLOSIVE Christmas of his life!

There's poop, presents and prehistoric creatures in this festive feast!


When It Snows - £6.99


Written by Richard Collingridge
Illustrated by Richard Collingridge 

When everything grinds to a halt because of the snow, one small boy and his teddy bear refuse to allow the weather to spoil their fun. They embark on an amazing journey in which they ride a polar bear and meet huge snowmen, an ice queen, fairies, elves, a giant reindeer and Father Christmas. 

And at the very end of the story, in a wonderfully cosy and festive fireside scene, there's a clever twist - he has simply become immersed in the magical scenes of his favourite book.

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To find out more about Random House and to view their other titles, check out the official website here.

All of the titles mentioned above are available to purchase with their respective prices from the official Random House website and all other leading book specialist including WH Smith, Tesco, Amazon, Sainsbury's, Blackwells, Asda, Book Depository and more!

Random House have very kindly put 12 books aside, 4 of each title featured within this post for 3 of my lucky readers to get their hands on! If you fancy winning the 4 books featured above, enter the competition via the Rafflecopter below!

Good luck,
Jada x


22 comments

  1. My favorite book is probably Across the Nightingale floor.

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  2. Children's Book: The Snail and the Whale

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  3. Folk of the Faraway Tree :) Has always been my favourite.

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  4. im enjoying reading The Paper Dolls to my daughter just now

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  5. "Yikes! Stinkysaurus." My son loves it and I enjoy reading it to him too.

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  6. I don't really have a favourite book, I read so many that I'd never dream of reading one again.

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  7. my son and I like reading Pip and Posy and the scooter
    (kim neville)

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  8. At the moment Superworm is hugely popular in this house, I highly recommend it!

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  9. I love anything by Jodi Picoult - The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas is my favourite children's book though!

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  10. The Tiger who came to tea is wonderful @kathvbtn

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  11. the tiger who came to tea is one of our favourites @kathvbtn

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  12. A Tap on the Window by Linwood Barclay

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  13. My son loves the Dinosaur who pooped a planet and he loves it! I love the Shopaholic books :)

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