Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Have you participated in the Roald Dahl contest yet?

Puffin India and present

The ‘Whipple-scrumptious Roald Dahl Inspired London Holiday Contest’!

Just as in the book, five children and their accompanying adults are going to go on a magical
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory tour this November – it’s your chance to win your very own Golden Ticket to London!

Simply visit and answer five questions about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and you could win an all-expenses paid trip to London for yourself and your child!
The winners will get to watch the spectacular Charlie and the Chocolate Factory musical in London’s West End, visit The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in Great Missenden and take a trip to the London office of Roald Dahl’s UK publisher Puffin.

Contest Details
Contest Dates: 9th-30th September 2014
Winner Announcement: By 8th October

Roald Dahl is one of the most read and cherished authors of children’s fiction. Even today his interesting works fascinate children just like Charlie and the chocolate factory that continues to be one of the most popular children’s book on our website. The Roald Dahl inspired contest is the perfect way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this fabulous book and delight young fans of Charlie, Willy Wonka and his chocolate factory,” saidSamir Kumar, Director Category Management, Amazon India.
We are absolutely thrilled to run the Roald Dahl inspired contest with  which will give 5 kids and their parents the chance to win a dream trip to London. Charlie and the chocolate factory is all about imagination, travel and making your dreams come true and we are delighted to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this beloved classic in this very special way,” commented Hemali Sodhi, Publisher, Penguin Random House India, Children’s.

For more details on Puffin India’s Roald Dahl contest please write or call Varun at +919910201553.

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