September 15, 2019

Big W’s Free Book initiative was a huge hit when it launched in February this year! And we’ve just heard that the promotion is back!

It looks like Big W is showing its customers that the giant retailer is here to stay by giving them much-loved freebies.

Starting This Week

The last time the promotion ran for 12 weeks in February earlier this year.

This time, the FREE BOOKS will be available from Thursday, 19 September and Big W will release a new book over eight weeks.

There will be eight books in total to collect.

The books have been selected for children aged between five and eight years old who are learning to read or looking for the first chapter book to explore.

Big W have picked 8 titles by Australian Authors to appeal to Aussie kids. They all talk to an Australian experience; covering indigenous, city and country kids. The books are written and illustrated by Australian authors and artists.

What Are The Books?

One Big W fan has posted on a Big W facebook group, a photo of the EIGHT free books which we will see popping up once a week in Big W stores really soon.

The eight free books that are part of the BIG W Free Books for kids campaign

Some parents are a bit disappointed that the books are a bit too mature for little ones. But the last batch of books were aimed at younger readers so it’s probably only fair that the bigger kids get a turn too.

Super Easy To Get FREE Books

It’s super easy to get your FREE BOOK.

All you have to do is go into your local Big W store and ask the friendly door greeter for your FREE book.

The free books are most probably going to be available in store only with limited stocks.

The free books are only available instore and there’s a limit of 3 books per family per visit.

A new book will be released each week for 8 weeks. and will be available while stocks last.

“At BIG W we believe in story time and that’s why we are giving Aussie families access to more books at home to build healthy minds and bright futures for Australia’s children,” Big W said.

The Free Books

The FREE books that were given out earlier in the year included:

Hush Little Possum
10 Silly Wombats
If You’re Happy and You Know It
There was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Mozzie
May Gibbs Tales from the Bush
The Bear went over the Mountain
The Wheels on the Ute Go Round and Round
Tortoise and the Hair
There was an Old Bloke who Swallowed a Chook
Hokey Pokey
10 Hooting Owls
May Gibbs Tales from the Gum Tree

This time round, the books are for slightly older kids (5-8 year olds) so the little ones may feel a bit left out. But you can just keep them for when they are old enough to enjoy them.

We absolutely LOVE this idea. Well done Big W!

What do you think about the selection of FREE books? Did you get Free books the last time Big W ran the campaign? Tell us in the comments below.

More On Mouths of Mums

 


  • That’s a pretty good selection, really.

    Reply


  • Any free book is a winner. It’s good to have free books for all ages of child.

    Reply


  • I got few last time. Looking forward to collecting them more.

    Reply


  • My daughter is too young for these books but I am still excited to get as many as I can for when she is older.

    Reply


  • Can’t wait to get our first one on Thurs!

    Reply


  • Such an awesome idea – thank you!

    Reply


  • It’s a lovely idea indeed ! Thank you Big W !!

    Reply


  • What a great initiative, love this idea

    Reply


  • I think the books are a great idea. If they are too advanced for your child just use the pictures and make up the story to suit their needs.

    Reply


  • A great initiative – who cares about the titles…if you’re not happy don’t collect one.

    Reply


  • If you think they are too mature, either collect them and put them aside or don’t collect them. My “disappointment “ is they don’t have any xmas stories, but seeing as they are free I really can’t complain

    Reply


  • I think it is great that they have different books, you can still use them as picture books and read to the little ones.

    Reply


  • They’re free!! Be thankful!!


    • Exactly ! We should show and teach are children an attitude of gratitude

    Reply


  • Great way to get children reading.

    Reply


  • This is such a great idea but we only managed to get two books out of the last collection as they would all go on the first day.

    Reply

Post a comment
Like Facebook page

LIKE MoM on Facebook

Please enter your comment below
Would you like to include a photo?

No picture uploaded yet
Please wait to see your image preview here before hitting the submit button.

Your MoM account

Lost your password?

Enter your email and a password below to post your comment and join MoM:

↥ Back to top

Thanks For Your Star Rating!

Would you like to add a written rating or just submit?

Write A Rating Just Submit
Join