LEGO Brickmaster Contest!!


Book: Hardback
235 x 159mm 48 pages
ISBN 9780756655181
01 Sep 2009
Dorling Kindersley
7 - 15 years
 
Book: Hardback
235 x 159mm 48 pages
ISBN 9780756655198
01 Sep 2009
Dorling Kindersley
                     7 - 14 years

We are very excited to offer up this wonderful contest to our followers! Thanks to Chris at DK Canada, he is kindly providing us with a set of either LEGO Brickmaster Pirates or the LEGO Brickmaster Castle as an awesome prize to one lucky winner.

To enter, please leave you email address below and tell us (briefly) if you have a favourite pirate or castle related book, movie, toy or story. You must be a follower to enter. This contest is open to Canadian addresses only but if you live outside of this area we encourage you to go check out these great products! (Check out Melissa and Jacob's review of the Brickmaster Castle to see why.)

Contest closes January 15th, 2010.
For every tweet, blog post/sidebar link you get an extra entry (just provide a link)

The fine print: E-mail addresses provided will be submitted to DK to be added to their newsletter. You can unsubscribe at any time after the contest has ended (though we here at Rated By Kids think you should stay on their list; they have such wonderful, colourful books, toys, etc. for ages 0-100 that it's great to see what's up and coming from them!) 

Good luck to all!
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5 Response to "LEGO Brickmaster Contest!!"

  1. Marie Says:
    December 15, 2009 at 1:11 PM

    I'd love to enter this contest! I have 2 grandsons that would adore either of these sets!

    marie DOT elizabeth DOT grimes AT gmail DOT com

  2. Heather Says:
    December 15, 2009 at 1:39 PM

    Please enter me for your contest. We are big pirate fans at my house. In fact we are watching our favourite movie 'Pirates of the Caribbean' right now. We love all the sword play.

    heatherdpear at hotmail dot com

  3. refashionista Says:
    January 5, 2010 at 12:44 PM

    My Favorite "pirate" story will always be Pippi In The South Seas! The pirate set would be awesome! My boys are just being introduced to "big kid Lego" now! ;)

    melissa.dimock@gmail.com

  4. refashionista Says:
    January 5, 2010 at 12:47 PM

    I also tweeted it: http://twitter.com/refashionista/status/7414807722

    melissa.dimock@gmail.com

  5. refashionista Says:
    January 6, 2010 at 12:34 PM

    Another tweet: http://twitter.com/refashionista/status/7452724681

    Pirates would be cool but then again the Castle set looks pretty fun!