Wednesday, 13 April 2016

What On Earth? Timeline Wallbook Of British History Giveaway

We love the What On Earth? Timeline Wallbook Of British History that we reviewed yesterday, so I'm delighted to be able to tell you that What On Earth? have kindly offered a copy of this brilliant large format hardback children's book as a giveaway prize.


The Timeline Wallbook charts the history of Britain from when the British Isles were first created right up until the present day and Tim Peake's trip into space. It covers everything from popular culture and historic battles to royal houses and castles, and my boys have found far more that they recognise or have heard about than they ever expected.


A very cleverly laid out book, it includes a 2 metre long section that can be stretched out and even used as a poster on your wall, a copy of an imaginary newspaper with lots of the more newsworthy events from the past few thousand years, and a brilliant pocket magnifier so that you can see it all clearly.


The Timeline Wallbook is available to buy now priced £12.99, and is suitable for children aged around 6+. If you want to find out more then check out our full review of the What On Earth? Timeline Wallbook Of British History.

One lucky winner will receive their own copy of this fabulous book by entering the giveaway below. The Gleam form is straightforward, but for help or information, or to enter my other giveaways, please see my giveaways page.

This giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will close to entries at midnight Sunday 8th May. Please see the terms and conditions at the bottom of the Gleam form.

What On Earth? Timeline Wallbook Of British History Children's Book Giveaway

76 comments:

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    1. England wins the FIFA World Cup and the death of King George VI. Accession of Queen Elizabeth II (beginning of second Elizabethan era).

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  2. churchill emily pankhurst henry the eighth

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  3. Margaret Thatcher, winston churchill and edward heath

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  4. Queen Elizabeth I, Shakespeare, James Hunt!

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  5. Margaret Thatcher George Washington and napoleon

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  6. Elizabeth Woodville, Perkin Warbeck and The Duke of Wellington

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  7. Isaacs Newton, king George and Charles Dickens

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  8. Elizabeth the first,Henry the 8th and Queen Mary

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  9. Elizabeth 1 , Churchill, mother Theresa

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  10. Tim Berners Lee, Alan Turing, Isaac Newton

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  11. Winston Churchill, Elizabeth I, King cnut.

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  12. Aneurin Bevan, Emily Pankhurst, William Wilberforce

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  13. Tim Peake Emily Pankhurst Brunel @msedollyp

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  14. Henry 8th, Winston Churchill, Steven Gerrard

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  15. Henry VIII, Emily Pankhurst and Winston Churchill

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  16. Tim Berners Lee, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, David Bowie

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  17. For me, I'm a bit stuck in the 20th Century with Emmeline Pankhurst, Aneurin Bevan and Margaret Thatcher

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  18. Christopher Columbus, William Wallace & Marie Curie

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  19. Katherine of Aragon, queen Victoria, Einstein xx

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  20. Henry VIII, Queen Victoria and Cleopatra

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  21. Marie Curie, Winston Churchill and Mother Theresa

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  22. Queen Victoria, Einstein, beethoven

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  23. Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Princess Diana and Martin Luther King

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  24. Henry 8th queen Victoria and guy fawkes

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  25. Elizabeth 1 , Henry the 8th, mother Theresa

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  26. Henry VIII, Boeadacia, Queen Victoria :D

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  27. Henry 8th, Winston Churchill, Boeadacia

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  28. Baden Powell, Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher.

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  29. Confucius, Socrates & Professor Stephen Hawking

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  30. Henry VII, Charles Dickens and Shakespeare

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  31. Churchill, Princess Di, David Bowie

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  32. Boudicca, Emmaline Pankhurst & Diane Fossey.

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  33. Queen Elizabeth, William the Conqueror, and J.K. Rowling
    I'd love this book for my own reference. As an American, I've only learned the basics of British history.

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  34. Princess Diana queen Nefertiti and Emily Pankhurst

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  35. Margaret Clarkson
    Edward Jenner, William Makepeace Thackeray, William Shakespeare

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  36. Charles Darwin, Margaret Thatcher and David Bowie

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  37. Eleanor of Aquataine, Anne Boleyn, Margaret of Anjou

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  38. Henry III, Winston Churchill and William Shakespeare

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  39. Margaret Thatcher, Anne Boleyn , William Shakespeare

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  40. Boudicca, Ada Lovelace and Emmeline Pankhurst.

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  41. Henry 8th, William Shakespeare and Charles Darwin

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  42. Charles Darwin, Charlie Chaplin, Stephen Hawking

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  43. What a cool idea! My picks would be Elizabeth I, Jane Austen and Clement Attlee.

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  44. Emily Pankhurst, Boudica, Guy Fawkes

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  45. Isambard Kingdom Brunel.Charles Darwin and Captain James Cook

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  46. King Kong, Dracula and Frankenstein, bit of fun

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  47. Oliver Cromwell, William Pitt 'the Elder' and H.G. Wells.

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  48. Elvis, Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana x

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  49. Winston Churchhill,William Shakespeare and Margaret Thatcher

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  50. Charles Dickens, Isambard Kingdom brunel and Charles Darwin

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  51. William The Conqueror, Anne Boleyn and William Shakespeare

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  52. Hmmm... Elizabeth I, Samuel Adams and Jonathan Swift

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  53. Shakespear, Winston Churchill, Elizabeth II

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  54. Jesus, Nefertiti and Beethoven

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  55. Boudicca ,Rupert Brooke and Charles Dickens

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  56. King Charles 2nd, Shakespeare and Isaac Newton

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  57. Winston churchill emily pankhurst florence nightingale

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  58. Margaret Thatcher, Princess Diana, Emily Pankhurst

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  59. Lady Jane Grey, William Thackeray, & William Shakespeare

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  60. Winston Churchill, Queen Elizabeth 11, Emmeline Pankhurst.

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  61. Queen Elizabeth I, William Shakespear, Winston Churchill

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  62. Isaacs Newton, Beethoven and Charles Dickens

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  63. Charles Darwin, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the Levellers

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  64. William Shakespeare, Charles I, Olaudah Equiano

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  65. Margaret Thatcher, Winston Churchill, Emily pankhurst

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  66. Emmeline Pankhurst, William Shakespeare, Guy Fawkes

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  67. Queen Elizabeth 1, Queen Victoria, Henry V

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    1. Julius Caesar, Cleopatra and Queen Elizabeth I

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  68. Boudica, Guy Fawkes, William Shakespeare

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  69. Winston Churchill, Guy Fawkes, Stephen Hawking

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  70. Winston Churchill, Robert Burns and Queen Elizabeth the 1st. My special needs son would love this as he is obsessed with history etc, I think i said i commented with Lisa Debz

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  71. Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Elizabeth II & Sir David Attenborough

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  72. Cleopatra, Queen Elizabeth first and Michael Jackson

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