NNFN: Win a copy of Guinness World Records 2017 Gamer’s Edition

The Guinness World Records 2017 Gamer’s Edition is jam packed with incredible new and updated records and fascinating feats recognised from the entire gamut of gaming.


From You Tube gamer, Ali-A, via Star Wars and space-simulation games including No Man’s Sky to eSports, Super Mario, Pokémon and more, this will be a sure-fire hit for so many children when it comes to reading non-fiction for enjoyment and entertainment!


Thanks to the book’s publisher we have one copy to give away. Simply leave a comment on this blog post to be with a chance of winning.

The giveaway is open for a week and closes at 5pm, Thursday November 17. Anyone with a UK/Eire address is eligible to enter. You can only enter once. Your comment may have to be moderated if you have not commented on the FCBG blog before, so please do not worry if your comment doesn’t appear immediately. The winner will be selected at random on November 18 and contacted via email. If the winner does not reply within a week, a new winner will be draw.

Good luck!

UPDATE: This giveaway was won by S.Dighe

14 responses to “NNFN: Win a copy of Guinness World Records 2017 Gamer’s Edition”

  1. Nick Sample says:

    Our boys are huge fans and wannabe record breakers! This would help them break the record for happiest faces on opening the post!

  2. Helen Dineen says:

    We’ve been sharing our non fiction recommendations in Year 5 this month, and I know this would be a big hit!

  3. Samantha Carr says:

    Surely this book isn’t just for children! Staff and Children would love this book! ( and it’s perfect for those reluctant readers!)

  4. Clare Zinkin says:

    Yes, I think this would be a huge success in the school library. Loving NNFN

  5. Cathy Jackson says:

    Having enjoyed the Pokémon library treasure hunt, our ‘Fun Friday’ lunchtime library users (and gamers) would love an activity built around this great book!

  6. Sarah Litt says:

    This would be a huge hit in our Junior School Library. I’m always being asked for game-linked books such as Minecraft and Pokémon.

  7. We opened a new school library last week. One copy of the 2016 ed was donated and some kids couldn’t take their eyes off it. It was an absolute sensation.

  8. Daniel Katz says:

    This would be a massively popular title in our school library!

  9. Emma Whitehead says:

    This would be a very popular addition to our school library

  10. S.Dighe says:

    We have some SEN children who seem to love these sort of games. This book might be just the hook they need make them feel more “included”

  11. Ruth Keys says:

    Would be excellent and very well read in our school library

  12. Jenny Maidment says:

    My sons would love this

  13. Rachel Maskelyne says:

    This would be very popular in my school library.

  14. Louise Fisher says:

    Woohoo!!! My son is a keen gamer! Would love to win this!