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Horror Heights competition - win a name in the book and a virtual visit!

‘A great read. Slimey delicious fun from start to finish!’ – Jonathan Ross

Welcome to Horror Heights: can the children who live here conceal the strange goings on behind closed doors? GOOSEBUMPS for a new generation, by award-winning comedian and CITV presenter, Bec Hill.

The first book in the ghoulish new series, THE SLIME, follows a young girl whose failed slime experiment suddenly comes alive! The second book in the series, NOW LIVESCREAMING, follows a child who swaps lives with his favourite gaming influencer, only to discover he is trapped on screen!

Both books include dyslexia-friendly font and a hugely fun interior design, including a flip book element.

To celebrate, Hachette Children’s Group have a ‘draw your very own ghost’ competition to win their name in third Horror Heights book and a virtual or in-person author event with author Bec Hill. The winner will be chosen at random. The time of the author event is TBC, based on Bec’s schedule and the school’s availability.

You can download the entry sheet below and can find out the terms and conditions and how to enter here.

Deadline for entries is 30 November 2022.

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