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PUBLISHED: 11:39 09 November 2012

Win with myro

Win with myro

Archant

Win Myro, the Smallest Plane in the World audio story books narrated by Christopher Biggins, and other Myro goodies for your child and their class.

To celebrate the launch of the new Myro, the Smallest Plane in the World children’s iPad story apps and audio story books and CDs, narrated by the ‘King of Pantos’ and I’m A Celebrity winner Christopher Biggins, we are offering prizes for four lucky winners and their classes!

The first prize winner will receive for themselves a set of six Myro audio story books and CDs and a Myro activity pack! They will also win a Myro picture story book for every child in their class (maximum 35 books) and a Myro story sack for their teacher, total prize worth up to £325!

The three runners-up prize winners will each receive for themselves a Myro audio story book and CD and a Myro activity pack. They will also win a Myro story sack for their teacher, each total prize worth £33.

This new series of Myro items are based on the original Myro picture storybooks and follow the adventures of a little British microlight called Myro – mischievous, curious and prone to disaster – as he settles into his new home in Australia.

The iPad story apps are fully interactive with animations, music, sound effects, actors and songs. With their gripping stories, beautiful images and irresistible characters, Myro, the Smallest Plane in the World is sure to find a place in everyone’s heart.

The iPad story apps can be downloaded from the app store and the audio story books and CDs are available from Waterstones, Amazon.com and independent booksellers.

■ To win one of these fantastic prizes, all your child has to do is draw a picture of Myro or one of his friends and send it to us by Friday, November 16.

Your child must be aged between four and seven and attending a reception, year 1 or year 2 class in a UK primary school.

All prizes will be sent directly to your child’s school, to be presented to them and their class by their head teacher.

■ To find pictures of Myro and his friends to draw for the competition, visit www.myro.com or visit Facebook or Twitter @MyroAdventures.

Details required from each entry:

■ Child’s full name

■ Child’s age

■ Parent’s contact number

■ Child’s school

■ Child’s class type (reception, year 1 or 2)

■ Child’s class teacher.

■ Send your picture with the above details to: Myro competition, Archant South West, Exeter Airport Business Park, Fair Oak Close, Clyst Honiton, EX5 2UL.

All competition entries must be received by 11am on Friday, November 16.

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