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FREE BOOKS! Collect Another Token Tomorrow in Your


HERE'S your chance to get your hands on FREE Ladybird books.

In past years, we've given away more than two million to readers and schools, ensuring that children across the land experience the thrill of owning their very own books!

Our free book offer is packed with lots of new, exciting titles, including popular characters such as Moomin and Peppa Pig, and classics like Spot, Topsy & Tim, and many more.

It's as simple as 1-2-3 to get your hands on the books and, best of all, it is absolutely FREE!

We're printing tokens every day in the Daily Mirror and two in the Sunday Mirror until Sunday February 24, 2013. We're not able to print enough for all 25 books so get busy collecting or ask your family and friends to collect tokens - the more you collect, the more books you'll get!

HOW TO CLAIM You only need two tokens per book and you can claim up to 25 books per household. For example, if you want six free books, you will need to collect 12 tokens. We've printed today's token below. You'll just need to pay for the postage. Rates vary according to the amount of books you order.

r To order your free books, you'll need to send off your tokens with payment for postage and your order form (we will be printing order forms in the paper over the next three weeks. You can also download a form at www.mirror.co.uk/ladybird or have one sent out to you by calling Customer Services on the number below). A bonus token is also available online, you'll need to have a Facebook account and visit www. …

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