Free Enid Blyton Books

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Get a free Enid Blyton book with the The Sunday Telegraph this weekend.

What's the deal?

To celebrate the Famous Five's upcoming 70th anniversary, you can get a free Enid Blyton book when you buy The Sunday Telegraph this weekend.

There are two Famous Five books to choose from, Five Go Off To Camp and Five Have A Mystery To Solve, both in their classic edition print.

How do I benefit?

Simply purchase a copy of The Sunday Telegraph on 1st April, 2012 and complete the enclosed book voucher.

Once you have your voucher, take it to a Waitrose, Booths or Eason store to collect your free book.

Expiry

This offer is only available with The Sunday Telegraph on 1st April, 2012.

Conditions

All books are subject to availability and on offer while stocks last.

For a full set of terms and conditions visit The Telegraph website.

We have done our very best to make sure that the information included in this Deal is accurate. However, sometimes offers can be withdrawn or changed at the last minute so please do check that you're able to redeem this Deal before parting with any money, or going out of your way to take advantage of the offer.
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