Bing by Ted Dewan

I am starting my Children’s book week reviews with Bing by Ted Dewan.

These fun, Bright toddler focused books are a series of books being relaunched this spring, first published in hardback over 10 years ago. Bing is being brought back to life in these great paperback editions, which parents and toddlers will love.

Bing Something For Daddy

The three newly published titles include “Something for Daddy” “Bed Time” and “Get Dressed” RRP £6.99 and we have been looking at Something for Daddy. This book tells the tale of Bing the Bunny who wants to make a special gift for Daddy. With his cuddly friend Flop, Bing sets out creating something special in a way that toddlers and parents will identify with. I love the bright pictures clear words, and sticky Goo that fills this book, and I am sure that we have all been in the kind of creative sticky situation that Bing finds himself in “It’s a Bing thing!”


Share the ups and downs of everyday life in this playful pre-school series from award- winning picture book creator Ted Dewan, ahead of Bing’s TV debut later this year.

I can imagine that Bing will make a successful transfer to the TV screen with the bright illustrations of this cute little fluffy character. If you would like the chance to engage in a bit of a Bing thing then why not enter my giveaway below to win a copy of each of these new paperback books from Harper Collins.

Bing by Ted Dewan

Disclaimer, we were sent a copy of this book in able to bring you this review, our opinions remain our own and have not been altered.

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The giveaway is open to the UK only
  • It is mandatory to leave a comment in the post comment section answering the question specified. Other tasks completed will gain additional entries. The winner will be checked to make sure they have both left a comment and completed the task for the winning entry.
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  • The prize details are stated at the top of the giveaway, and no alternatives will be offered.
  • The prize will be posted by the promoter, unfortunately I cannot be held responsible or replace missing parcels. Please contact me if there is a problem.
  • Please alow 28 days from notification for your prize to be sent out.


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  1. I used to love reading Malory Towers series of books by Enid Blyton and the things they got up to at Boarding School

  2. I was a Faraway Tree fan and also the Wishing Chair! Milly Molly Mandy was a favourite of mine and I had several of her story books!

  3. I used to love Tottie the story of a dolls house, pengiun books. This was made into a programme for childrens TV and I loved how the characters all came alive. My fave character was Tottie the doll. It was a bit dark the story but lovely.

  4. I used to, and still love, Winnie the Pooh ….a firm fave when growing up and now a must have read for my kids to x

  5. I love all Enid Blyton read all the books anything to do with magic fairies enchanted faraway lands was me when young!

  6. I used to love Silky from the Magic Faraway Tree – wanted to be a beautiful fairy – and be able to fly 🙂

  7. winnie the pooh was very treasured to me i loved getting the cuddly toys for each birthday that came round.
    also charlottes web characters.becasue mum read it to me and its continued to be very speial to us both

  8. My son loves reading, so he would love to win! Fingers crossed for him 🙂 (Woahhhaaa that rhymes!)

  9. When i was little i used to listen to story tapes when i went to bed, my favorite was Herbert the hedgehog

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