Enter our Map My Monster competition!
From kelpies and selkies to wulvers and Nessie herself, the world is full of magical monsters and creatures just waiting to be discovered. The question is – where are they all hiding? Help us find them with Map My Monster!
The bookworms and explorers at DiscoverKelpies need your help to draw up a map of all the magical monsters that you’ve heard about in stories. Or, maybe you’ve spotted them in real life!
To build our map, we’re looking for amazing artwork and sensational stories from monster spotters young and old.
Our Map My Monster competition
Young monster spotters can enter our Map My Monster art competition to win a bundle of signed books! To enter the competition, just draw a picture of your local mythical monster on our special Map My Monster sheet. Don’t worry if you don’t have a local monster – you can borrow one from another place, or create your own!
We’ll add all of your entries to our monster map. Plus, the best entry will win a bundle of Traditional Scottish Tales books signed by the Lari Don! Runners up will win a signed copy of Lari’s brand new book The Treasure of the Loch Ness Monster.
We’ll announce the winner here on the DiscoverKelpies website on 22nd July 2018. Did you know this date is the 85th anniversary of the first modern ‘sighting’ of Nessie herself?
Share your stories
Folklore enthusiasts can submit their own stories of local mythical creatures too. If you’ve got a tale of a mythical monster in your local area, we’d love to hear it. Write us a paragraph about your local monster – where does it live, what does it look like, and where did you hear about it?
About the Book
The Treasure of the Loch Ness Monster is a new tale from Lari Don, inspired by authentic folklore and local legends. This new picture book sidesteps the established image of Nessie to create a new myth. Nataša Ilinčić’s stunning illustrations bring Nessie atmospherically to life. It’s destined to become the classic Loch Ness Monster story.
Competition Terms and Conditions
• Submissions should be marked FAO Map My Monster Competition and should be sent by post or email
• Entrants must submit their artwork by 30th June 2018
• Floris Books staff and Lari Don will decide on the winner
• The winner announcement will appear on the DiscoverKelpies website on 22nd July 2018
• The winning entry will receive signed copies of Lari Don’s Traditional Scottish Tales picture books: The Treasure of the Loch Ness Monster, The Secret of the Kelpie and The Tale of Tam Linn
• Runners up will receive a signed copy of The Treasure of the Loch Ness Monster
• Prizes are not exchangeable
• We won’t be able to return submissions, so please copy them before you post them