Once upon a time, not so long ago, we shared words of love and advice in letters at Christmas for friends and family.
Good times, meaningful times, loving times and important times.
Something never to be lost we think, which is why we are delighted to have teamed up with personalised book website, The Book of Everyone, who has just launched “Wise(ish) Words”, a book full of heartfelt and cheeky advice for the young person in your life.
We’re giving readers a chance to win one of three Wise(ish) Words books.
Bursting at the seams with useful advice for 8 to 16-year-olds, you can pick from a selection of wise(ish) advice on each page, or use your own experiences (earned through sweat and laughter) to write your own.
It’s beautifully illustrated, and a perfect way to package up life lessons and guidance for those kids and young adults in your life.
Whether it’s for your son or daughter, niece, nephew, grandchild or any youngster you think the world of, Wise(ish) Words is a grin-inducing book guaranteed to be the talk of Christmas.
If you win the competition, all you will have to do is go to www.thebookofeveryone.com/eveningtelegraph, add the name of the lucky person and choose a design style to suit them. Fun to make, easy to personalise and most importantly a one-of-a kind gift for that special child in your life. All made in minutes and wrapped up neatly in a present under the tree, this gift gives a lifetime of warm-fuzzy feelings.
It won’t prevent them from making mistakes but they might just make better ones! To win the competition, simply answer the question below:
Closing date for all entries is 7am on Friday, December 8 2017. One winner who answered the question correctly will be selected at random after the closing date.