Young visitors to the library in Beverley and around East Yorkshire have the chance to win a brand new Christmas book by designing a Christmas jumper.
A printable entry form can be downloaded and printed at home, or one can be obtained at any East Riding Library.
Their best or worst Christmas jumper is then designed using the template.
Librarian Jess McCarthy said: “This is a great chance to draw your own design, colour it in, stick pom poms on it – or do anything you want!”
To be eligible to win a new Christmas book, all creations must be returned by Wednesday, 14 December.
The competition has two age groups: 0-6-year-olds can win ‘What the Ladybird Heard at Christmas’, a new rhyming book, and 7-12-year-olds can win ‘Operation Nativity’, a hilarious tale of the ultimate Christmas adventure.
The winners will be chosen by a vote of East Riding librarians, and the prizes will be available for collection at any East Riding Library branch or mobile.
Jess added: “We can’t wait to receive lots of entries, and we are really looking forward to seeing how creative our East Riding families can be! And, of course, it gives us the chance to do our favourite thing: share books!”
Please see eastridinglibraries.co.uk/competition for more details, terms and conditions, and entry forms.
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