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Secret Book Quest Prize Draw

When you read 50 books and complete the Secret Book Quest, you’ll be entered into a special Prize Draw!

Our last prize draw took place on 19th April 2024 and congratulations to each of our winners!

1 x Lego Hogwarts express train and Hogsmeade set
Joseph – Tavistock Library

1 x Electronic drum kit and sony headphones
Jake – Barnstaple Library

1 x Lego brick set and Lego ideas book
Ellie – Torquay Library  

1 x Dinosaur Bingo
Darcey – Teignmouth Library

3 x £50 Waterstones vouchers
Polly – Dawlish Library
Cadel – Barnstaple Library
Ryan – Teignmouth Library 

The next free prize draw is scheduled to take place on 11th October 2024 and winners announced on Monday 14th October 2024.


Terms and Conditions

The next draw is scheduled to take place on Friday 11th October 2024 and winners announced onMonday 14th October 2024. 

The prize draw is only open to children who complete The Secret Book Quest in a library run by Libraries Unlimited in Devon and Torbay. 

The following T&Cs apply for the free prize draw – deadline for entry will be when the Secret Book Quest prize draw ends at 9am on 11th October 2024; the prize winners are scheduled to be drawn on 11th October 2024 and the winners announced on 14th October 2024 and shared to social media and our website; all eligible finishers will be allocated a unique number and a random number generator will be used to pick each winner; the winners will be notified within 7 days of the draw using the contact details on their library account; any prizes not collected within one month of the notification will be re-drawn; the prizes are non-transferable; employees of Libraries Unlimited are not eligible for entry; the prize draw is only open to children who complete the Secret Book Quest in a library run by Libraries Unlimited. 

Our full privacy policy about how we will use data is available here.

Libraries Unlimited believes…

…in the unlimited potential of library services to make a positive difference to people’s lives and communities through a shared love of reading and access to high quality information and facilities.