Morgan Matson’s latest book, ‘The Unexpected Everything’ is out this month and we’re not spoiling anything by saying it features pooches galore!
We have a massive Morgan Matson prize pack up for grabs. Read on for details on how to enter, plus meet some very special bow-wows.You’ve seen it on the cover right? That gorgeous little pug? Well, here’s another dude. He’s called Benny Bean:
What are we doing? Because yeah, sure, pugs are absolute cuties, but why show you these pics? Benny Bean and his pals are members of the ‘Pug Dog Welfare & Rescue Association’, who are a charity who rehome and rescue pugs.
This is Fidget. If every book had their own doggy bookseller who looked like this, we’d end up buying four copies each, true?
They do such great work for pugs who need to find forever homes. You can read more on their Facebook page, click here!
We want to know if you can match their cuteness with your own pets and pages. Can you? Here’s what’s up for grabs:
That’s right, you can win one copy of each Morgan Matson book PLUS some super cool shades from ASOS. Just in time for summer, eh?
- Post a picture of your pet and a fave book to either Twitter or Instagram
- Use the #UnexpectedEverything
- Tag @maximumpopbooks
- Wish upon a star (it can’t hurt, right?)
The competition runs until 10/05 and will be judged by Morgan Matson herself. So no pressure! Get snappin’ and have fun! We can’t wait to see all the cuteness.
Good luck! UK ONLY (soz).
And if like this pup you can’t wait to get your hands on ‘The Unexpected Everything’ why not go order a copy? Woof!
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