Feb 202012
 

Recently we were invited to the birthday party of our nephew, of course the kids were super excited but they are not the ones having to buy a present for a 10 year old boy. I never have any trouble picking gifts for girls, no matter what age, in fact I am always well prepared and know in advance what sort of present I am looking for. Shopping for boys on the other hand is much more difficult (I think) and up until the last minute I wasn’t sure what to get. The only thing I did know is that he loves footy so just in time I came across these two great new books:

The Find The Footy activity book ($14.95, 48 pages) is both fun and educational so it will get the tick of approval from both kids and parents. On every page kids need to locate up to 12 footy balls, hiding in pictures of famous landmarks and locations from all around the world. That sounds easier than it is and it will certainly keep them busy for quite a while! The Great Wall of China, the Colosseum in Rome, the Tower Bridge in London, kids will learn a lot whilst hunting for icons from their favourite sport.

As a child I (and my sisters) used to love arts and crafts but my brother was not much into all the creative stuff. Both my son and daughter love sitting at the table with their colouring books but when boys get that little bit older they are often not very interested in drawing and colouring in anymore. They prefer to go outside and get dirty in the yard or even better, play a game of footy. But what do they do when it is too cold or rainy to play outside?

The Bumper Footy colouring book ($9.95, 96 pages) is great crafty entertainment for young footy lovers. The book features a massive 48 famous AFL players and whilst learning lots of interesting facts about the players kids can colour in a picture of each sportsman and team logo. When was he born, how tall is he, what position does he play and what moves is he famous for? Little supporters will love this crafty footy ‘encyclopedia’. Priced at just $9.95 the Bumper Footy book is a great gift idea.

To find out more about Find The Footy or Bumper Footy and to order your favourite titles online visit www.slatterymedia.com, delivery within Australia is free for every book order.

For your chance to win a copy of Bumper Footy and Find the Footy visit www.slatterymedia.com and answer the following question: Name one of the players featured in the Bumper Footy colouring book.

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  79 Responses to “Find the Footy and Bumper Footy giveaway”

  1. Gary Ablett, my grandson would love this book , he loves to watch the footy with his pop

  2. Chris Judd – my son loves footy and did the AusKick program last year. He can’t wait to play again this year.

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  5. Chris Judd and Gary Ablett are the 2 that stand out for us 🙂 We love watching footy together as a family and our little one loves watching daddy play 🙂

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  11. Jimmy Bartel. How special is this for the little footy fans. Australian colouring books are great and they make learning about all thing Australian fun.

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  27. I want the Footy Book for myself, so I perve on Dane Swan. He is the only reason I now go for Collingwood. Super Spunk! Will have to hide it from my kids though.

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  37. Dane Swan, there can’t believe I wrote a Collingwood player’s name, germies. But it’s for my niece who loves him so much. As for me, Go Bombers, also notice Jobe Watson on the cover 🙂

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