Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Football Fan's Sport Books Bundle Review and Giveaway (sent by Carlton Books).

Today's book review and giveaway has been sent to us by Carlton Kids Books. A bundle of 3 books for the sports fans amongst you, with World Football Records, Neymar: The Ultimate Fan Book and the sporting gamer's Who's Who - eSports Superstars.


World Football Records 2019 Edition
(release date Nov 20th)


A massive compendium full of records and record breakers by country and by tournament. From the longest to the fastest to the folk with the most, there are plenty of accounts of individual's achievements and teams that really did work together.


This is the 10th edition of the World Football Records book and it's hot off the press and up-to-date, so you really won't find a better fact file for a dedicated fan, or a reader who simply wants to know everything. Written by Keir Radnedge, 256 pages, rrp TBC approx £20.


Neymar: The Ultimate Fan Book


This book contains everything a true fan of Neymar could ever want to know. From his early life in Brazil learning to play, through his career and his wins, records and achievements so far. It also talks about his fans, clubs and team-mates and asks, 'what next?'


Any fan would love this book. Full of photos alongside the text, with tables and even a quiz at the end, it's an excellent 'annual' style stockingfiller.


One from a series of unofficial Ultimate Fan Books published by Carlton, others include Messi and Ronaldo. Written by Nick Callow, 64 pages, rrp £7.99.

eSports Superstars


Live video gaming is the world's fastest growing sport (although some might call it a hobby) and the prize money and number of people who watch is in the millions. eSports Superstars covers the tournaments, teams, players and games that make it what it is.


Full of stats and figures with glossy images throughout, this is another great 'annual' style hardbacked book which will have plenty to offer fans and players alike. 64 pages, rrp £7.99, written by Kevin Pettiman.


To find out more about all of the books available from Carlton and Carlton Kids, see the Carlton Books website (free UK delivery on orders over £20). Available to buy (or pre-order) now from all good bookshops, including direct from Carlton Books or online at Amazon*


Carlton Books have also offered a copy of each of the 3 above books as a Christmas Present for one of my readers in a bundle giveaway. One winner will receive a copy of World Football Records, Neymar: The Ultimate Fan Book and eSports Superstars.


Entry to the giveaway is by Gleam form below. No entries are mandatory, but each extra task performed earns you extra entries into the random draw. Your personal information will ONLY be used to administrate this giveaway and not stored or shared.

You can find a link to help with Gleam forms and see my other Christmas Present Giveaways here. Full terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form. The giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will close at midnight Sunday 2nd December for Christmas delivery.

Football Fan's Sport Books Bundle Giveaway

We were sent our copies of these sporty books for review. *Amazon links are affiliate, which means I earn a few pence as a thank you for my time if you order through my link, but you don't pay any extra. It all helps keep the website running.

51 comments:

  1. Turkey sandwiches, the same as the rest of the country!

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  2. Turkey pie and Brussels sprouts! And Christmas pudding for dessert!

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  3. a big bowl of staffordshire lobby and fresh crusty bread to warm them up!

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  4. These look great. My boys would love these books x

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  5. Obviously our Christmas roast dinner!

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  6. They'd get a picky tea like we always do on Boxing Day, lots of finger food and leftovers!

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  7. Buffet - my Boxing Day Buffets are famous around the world (well in my family) and so they would have to enjoy that with us!

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  8. A huge chilli, warm them up after being on cold pitch in winter

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  9. My fave, from scratch.... Homemade Chicken Madras with coconut rice. And invite Arsenal !

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  10. It would have to be leftovers from the day before the turkey always stretches so far so would feed them too! x

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  11. Steak pie

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  12. I would feed them a celebratory roast dinner

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  13. I reckon they'd love a bit of cheesecake with double cream!!

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  14. The very same as we had Christmas day including Brussels ( chocolate variety)

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  15. turkey casserole from all the leftovers from Christmas dinner

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  16. Turkey and fry up(not bacon and eggs, fry up is cooking all of your leftover veg in a frying pan until it's crispy on the outside.

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  17. I would serve the Arsenal boys absolutely anything they wanted!

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  18. Jacket potatoes and a healthy turkey salad!

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  19. Takeaway pizza, after cooking the big meal on christmas day i probably couldnt be bothered

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  20. As I support my home team.... WBA The baggies! ( please don't hold it against me when doing the competition 😂) I would do a proper Christmas dinner with all the trimmings and turkey, chips and pickles for boxing day!

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  21. They’d tuck into my Christmas finger buffet - cold turkey and ham; crispy bread; salad; cheese and pickles.

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  22. If you had a football team over for dinner after their match on Boxing Day, what would you feed them? . . . . . .same as us - leftovers !!!

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  23. I would make them, Chilli con Carne, which I think is soul food, I think they would enjoy it

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  24. I would make them cheese on toast because they would probably be fed up with rich food.

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  25. Lots of lean protein so a chicken casserole and rice!

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  26. Beef sandwiches - My boxing day favourites

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  27. A takeaway, there is no way I would cook for so many people, plus they would get food poisoning from my cooking

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  28. Turkey curry

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  29. left overs from Christmas day, the same as the rest of my family

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  30. A big turkey stir fry with nuts and prawn crackers.

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  31. Possibly beef sandwiches and any starters/puddings we had leftover. Beef is the only meat all the family (13 when we get together) can agree on as some like one and others don't.

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