Penguin Books Competitions
Ride a foefie slide straight back to your youth in South Africa. When you wore bell bottoms and wound up cassette tapes with a Bic pen. When ‘The World at War’ was on TV and LM Radio played on the radiogram, and when there were call-up papers in the mailbox and 2 c stamps on letters. VW Beetles were everywhere, the Bay City Rollers were it, and the smell of Wintergreen filled the change rooms.
Tell us what you remember about growing up in South Africa and you could win one of 10 copies of Trevor Romain’s Random Kak I remember about growing up in South Africa, plus one of the following prizes:
• An all-expenses-paid trip for two to Milky Lane for a nostalgic milkshake
• A box of Quality Street – the very best sweeties from your childhood
• A month’s supply of Chappies – big bubble fun!
And there’s more! If Trevor Romain picks your entry as one of the best memories of growing up in South Africa, he will create a unique, autographed illustration of it! We’ll feature the top 10 memories on Facebook and Pinterest. Your memory could be one of them!
So go on … tell us what you remember about growing up in South Africa. To enter, simply fill in the form below.
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