Moomins on the Riviera

Moomins on the Riviera – giveaway

Moomins on the Riviera

There are some books and characters that are timeless in my opinion.  In Friday the Moomins on the Riviera is released in cinemas across the country through Vertigo Films.

We join the Moomins, Snorkmaiden and Little My as they leave Moominvalley and head to France and the Riviera. Their adventure takes them to a whole new world. Snorkmaiden falls for a local playboy, Moominpappa decides to become ‘de Moomin’ and poor Moominmamma wonders what has happened to those she loves.  Will they all return to their senses?

Based on Tove Jansson’s famous comic strips, Moomins on the Riviera uses hand drawn animation to bring the classic family to life.  The film is U rated and runs for 80 minutes.

To celebrate the release of Moomins on the Riviera I can offer one reader the chance to win a goody bag containing:

1 Moomin Plush Toy (either Moominmamma, Moominpappa, Little My & Snorkmaiden)
1 Cinema poster
2 T-shirts (small + either medium or adult)
1 Pudsey DVD
1 Allstars DVD
1 Unbeatable DVD

Moomins on the Riviera

Complete the Gleam form below for your chance to win this great goody bag.  Good luck!


Terms and conditions:

(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once a winner is randomly picked, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

The giveaway will close on 1st July 2015 at midnight.

Moomins on the Riviera

143 thoughts on “Moomins on the Riviera – giveaway

  1. I loved Milly Molly many – not sure why but remember having a set of books and drawing pictures of her all the time!

  2. I liked reading all the Topsy and Tim books when I was younger and now my son loves them

  3. I loved Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield from the Sweet Valley High books , lots of great stories and i could wait to read them all

  4. I loved the Country Mouse from Enid Blyton’s Town and Country mouse, I loved the cuteness of him and how brave he was to go to the town

  5. Topsy and Tim because my Mum got these books from the library to teach me how to read and thus sparked my love of reading.

  6. Any of the Roald Dahl books, I loved reading them as a child, the stories were always so engaging

  7. Paddington as he was so funny and I got all the books from the library in the 1960s long before his popularity now

  8. Matilda, becuawse no matter how bad her life was she never gave up on hope & she believed in what looked to be the impossible but as it turned as long as you have hope thats all you need in this world. she taught me never to give up.

  9. My favourite book character is Matilda as she is feisty, free-spirited and an amazing inspiration to a child! She always kept her love of reading and innocence and got her happy ending!

  10. The Secret Garden – Love the transformation of a very unhappy child, Mary Lennox, to having a happy childhood

  11. loved Mollie fro The Adventures Of The Wishing Chair she always seemed to be having so much fun i really wanted to be her and i wanted a wishing chair too…..aaaaah those were the days x

  12. I’d choose Tracey Beaker – I loved how she got into trouble but all she really wanted was a lovely family – it was approached so well and she was really good character!

  13. I loved the Charlie Bucket from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, I loved following his adventure.

  14. The Mr Men and Little Miss as all the characters were fun and now read them to my son who loves them just as much

  15. The three little pigs were my favourite because mum and dad used to tickle my toes after they’d read the story for the umpteenth time!).

  16. mildred hubble out of the worst witch as her heart is always in the right place things just keep going wrong

  17. Moon-Face and Silky the fairy from the Faraway Tree, Enid Blyton. Made me smile just thinking about it, ty!

  18. Moon-Face and Silky the fairy from the Faraway Tree, Enid Blyton. Made me smile just thinking about it, just how friendly they were with Jo Bessie and Fanny. Loved the names!

  19. Mrs Tiggywinkle,she was so sweet,in fact i loved all the characters by Beatrix Potter x

  20. Charlie from Charlie and the chocolate factory. I just loved the whole story and loved how selfless the character was.

  21. Moon Face from the Magic Faraway Tree – I’m not sure why he is just one that has stuck with me from childhood.

  22. I always liked Paddington Bear,he’s so adorable with his duffle coat and wellies.

  23. I loved Danny from Danny the champion of the world because i thought he was such a brave boy helping all those pheasants!!

  24. charlie and the chocolate factory .i used to love reading about all the magical sweets

  25. I have always loved the Jolly Postman books, I really enjoyed all the letters and cards, I found the whole book really exciting my kids love it too

  26. Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh because I too am a bit of a pessimistic grump so I can relate well to him.

  27. Charlie from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, what a great experience going to Willy Wonkas factory, I was very jealous.

  28. The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton. Those magic lands at the top of the tree mademe LONG to visit them.I still get a tingle down my spine when I read the books to my own kids.

  29. A little owl called Plop who was afraid of the dark. In my imagination he was very cute!

  30. Mrs Pepperpot – shrinking when she sneezed got her into lots of scrapes but she always managed to find a cunning way out – I loved having the stories read to me when I
    was very young and was delighted when I could read them myself!

  31. Alice from ‘Alice in Wonderland’ by Lewis Carroll. I share the same surname as the author (even though that’s just his pen name) so I always felt an attachment to Alice, plus she had such wonderful adventures off by herself and having no sisters myself felt akin to her in more ways than one 😉

  32. Mooonface from the magic faraway tree, I really wanted to try the slippery slip and pop biscuits!

  33. I loved Moon-Face from The Enchanted Wood by Enid Blyton. I still remember his kindness and wisdom, I must have been about 4 or 5 when I read the series and the characterisation was spot on.

  34. My favourite character from childhood is Anne of Green Gables because she was friendly, funny and feisty and got herself out of lots of scrapes and always did the right thing in the end.

  35. I used to like the original Topsy and Tom, mainly because I liked the drawings and the fact they just seemed normal!

  36. The Jolly Postman, from the Jolly Christmas Postman loved opening the flaps and pretending to be the postman.

  37. I loved any Pony books I could get my hands on! I wanted to be one of those girls with ponies

  38. Moonface from The Magic Faraway Tree…as he just seemed like such a lovable character 🙂

  39. I loved Daryll from Malory Towers, I think mostly because I really wanted to have midnight feasts by the pool

  40. Mollie from The Wishing Chair because I really wanted to be her and have all those adventures.

  41. I was obsessed with Thomas the tank engine. I had all the books, and the cassette tapes to narrate them while I read along.

  42. I used to love Babar… And now my kids love Barbar and the adventures of Badou!

  43. George from the Famous Five! I loved her tomboyishness and was so jealous of her owning such a wonderful dog in Timmy and the adventures they had.

  44. Shellover, a tortoise who was always getting into adventures. Using remember the stories now but my copy of the book was worn out from the number of times I re-read it

  45. Mr Gotobed from Puddle Lane. I used to envy his life! (Really don’t know why though!)

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