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This month's competition is pretty special! As part of our World Book Day celebrations, you can win a prize of signed CHERUB and Henderson's Boys books and goodies for everyone in your class.

To enter the draw to win, you just have to answer five questions to which any Muchamore fan should know the answer.

The Grey Wolves tour saw Robert Muchamore signing in bookshops and speaking to kids from over 40 schools.

But all good things must end, and the tour winds up with a final event on the evening of World Book Day. It'll be your last chance to meet Rob and get your books signed before the summer.




In the UK World Book Day is best known for the mini books given to every school kid in Y1 to Y8.

Authors only get one chance to be a World Book Day author, and Robert Muchamore's 2008 mini CHERUB book Dark Sun is now out of print.

However, you can download and read the whole book for free in our members area.

If you've reached the end of Grey Wolves already, you'll know that one of the main Henderson's Boys characters falls into Nazi hands.

Can they break out of a harsh German labour camp and rejoin their unit? Or are they stuck behind barbed wire for the rest of the war?

You'll have to wait until 2012 to find out, but in the meantime you can stare longingly at the cover of The Prisoner!

Journalist Anna Blundy has interviewed Robert Muchamore, discussing his top books for reluctant teen readers.

The selections include books by Mark Haddon, Malorie Blackman and Graeme McName.

Click on the right to read the full article!