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Article  •  9 April 2020

 

WIN! League of Llamas drawing competition

Go undercover with Lloyd Llamanator and Phillipe Llamar.

Dress your llama!

League of Llama Agent 0013 Lloyd Llamanator is heading out on a top secret mission and he needs you to help design his outfit.

Draw Lloyd's spy outfit and colour it in. When your artwork is complete, get an adult to take a photo and post it on their Instagram account tagging both @puffinbooksaus and #leagueofllamas. The most stylish spy outfit will win some LLAMAZING prizes including spy gear, a plush llama and books signed by Aleesah Darlison.

 

DOWNLOAD THE DRESS YOUR LLAMA COMPETITION [PDF]

 

Entries close 11:59pm Thursday 30th April 2020 and the winner will be announced via @puffinbooksaus. There are 3 prize packs to be won. Entries will only be accepted via posts (not stories) on public Instagram accounts (we can't see the photo if your account is on private). Open to Australian residents only and limited to one entry per person. Penguin Random House Australia will choose the winning entries based on originality and creativity, and will announce the winners on the PuffinBooksAus Instagram. Penguin Random House Australia is running this promotion without any sponsorship, endorsement or association with Instagram.

 

 

Need some inspiration? Click here to learn more about the League of Llamas characters:


League of Llamas 1: The Golden Llama Aleesah Darlison, Simon Greiner

Forget finding the elusive Fortnite llama or taming your Minecraft llama – 2020 is the year of the League of Llamas!

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League of Llamas 2: Llama Impossible Aleesah Darlison, Simon Greiner

High-action, high-adventure and high-humour – the League of Llamas series is perfect for fans of Diary of a Minecraft Zombie and The Bad Guys.

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League of Llamas 3: Undercover Llamas Aleesah Darlison, Simon Greiner

High-action, high-adventure and high-humour – the League of Llamas series is perfect for fans of Diary of a Minecraft Zombie and The Bad Guys.

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League of Llamas 4: Rogue Llama Aleesah Darlison, Simon Greiner

High-action, high-adventure and high-humour – the League of Llamas series is perfect for fans of Diary of a Minecraft Zombie and The Bad Guys.

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