WIN #40: Ravensburger - The Gruffalo, Deep Dark Wood Game!

Unique Young Mum's Blogiversary.
Competition #40
Win The Gruffalo Deep Dark Wood Game from Ravensburger worth £9.99.



A mouse took a stroll through the deep dark wood where a fox, an owl and a snake saw the mouse and the mouse looked good! Can you help your mouse to get home safely? All you need is a little luck of the dice and a good memory! If you find the image of Gruffalo under the trees you will scare the hungry animals away!


Game Info:
A fun and simple game for 2-4 players.
Suitable for ages 3+
10 minutes average game time.
Improves fine motor skills.
Great for hand to eye coordination.
Helps with problem solving.
Helps to develop memory and numeracy skills.



Box Contains:
x 1 dice
x1 game board.
x1 hazelnut chip.
x4 mouse figurines with stands.
x5 plastic trees.
x5 round disc.

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Good luck and don't forget to check back later for another competition!

Jada x

135 comments

  1. Five Little Kittens. It's one of the ladybird books. :)

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  2. Charlie and the chocolate factory

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  3. She actually is loving the gruffalo at the moment!

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  4. the tiger who came to tea

    Ashleigh

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  5. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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  6. We love What the lady bird heard in our house

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  7. I love Julia Donaldon's The Paper Dolls

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  8. We love Meet The Parents by Peter Bently x

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  9. Goldilocks and the 3 bears as this is my little girls favourite

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  10. this game looks awesome thanks for the chance

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  11. Charlie and the chocolate factory

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  12. My little one loves all the Julia Donaldson books, we have one every night! but her favourite is Monkey Puzzle...she knows it word for word!

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  13. Roald Dahl's Danny the Champion of the World

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  14. mine both like the read at home series with biff n floppy n family

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  15. i used to love a book called mervyn the mouse

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  16. Matilda by Roald Dahl

    Kirsty Fox

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  17. gruffalo's child -she loves that stickman is in it

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  18. I love the tiger who came to tea, my little boys do too

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  19. The gruffulo and room on the broom :)

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  20. The magic faraway tree

    Lynsey Buchanan

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  21. fudged up the entry for the swirling storm on instagram (i wrote my email address by accident) my instagram name is @stacysorrell711

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  22. It changes every week but at the moment it's 'not now bernard' which is one of my favourite books too!!!

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  23. I love Charlie Cook's Favourite Book by Julia Donaldson, It's like lots of stories in one :) x

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  24. an old book called Harry and the Lady next door

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  25. We love the Gruffalo and the Hungry Caterpillar

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  26. Chocolate Mouse for Greedy Goose, obsessed with it!

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  27. Charlie and the Chocolate factory

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  28. I end up reading loads to my niece and nephews. So far I've liked the shorter ones hahaha. But really anything Julia Donaldson is good, and I like rhyming ones. There was one we all loved that I can't quite remember the title. Something like Timmy and the Tinful of paint. It's funny, he finds paint and paints everything in the whole house while his mum isn't looking. He even paints the cat!

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  29. Mine is the hungry caterpillar, thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  30. The Magic Faraway Tree

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  31. The hungry caterpillar and the gruffalo is my 2nd fave

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  32. I used to love the Magic Faraway Tree & The Wishing Chair series when I was young. Must be honest though the Gruffalo isn't far behind

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  33. brown bear brown bear what do you see?

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    1. My daughters favorite boom is Dear Zoo :-)

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  34. Samantha Mann

    Don't wake the Bear Hare

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  35. definitely the very hungry caterpillar

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  36. I want my Potty - lots of different voices to do

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  37. Teeny Tiny and the Witch Woman

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  38. Right now my son loves Hairy McLairey as his bedtime story!

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  39. my little girl has a personalised book called amy and the magic wishing chair :)

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  40. Night monkey and day monkey :)

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  41. We like most Julia Donaldson books, but our favourite is Tiddler, the story-telling fish, at the moment.

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  42. have many favourites - the gruffalo stories are right up there

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  43. We do love the dinosaur that poops series

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  44. My little boy loves the Gruffalo book

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  45. We love the snail and the whale!

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