We are excited to team up with Disney Book Group to give away an Aladdin: Far from Agrabah prize pack to one lucky reader. Enter for a chance to win below.
FAR FROM AGRABAH! Transport yourself to a faraway world! One (1) winner receives:
- a copy of Aladdin: Far from Agrabah,
- plus a magic carpet blanket to read adventures of suspense and wonder.
How do you enter to win? For a chance to win the Aladdin prize pack, follow @TYFofficial on Twitter and follow the directions in the tweet below. This contest is open to U.S. residents only. Prizing courtesy of Disney Book Group. Contest ends 11:00pm EST on April 7, 2019. One winner will be contacted via Direct Message on Twitter.
#GIVEAWAY! Thanks to our partner @DisneyBooks, discover "a whole new world" with a new #Aladdin novel! Follow @TYFofficial and RT for a chance to win #FarFromAgrabah and a magic carpet blanket. Open to U.S. residents only. Giveaway ends Sun. 4/7 at 11pm EST. pic.twitter.com/h0tMtySfvG
— The Young Folks (@TYFofficial) April 1, 2019
Aladdin: Far from Agrabah is available to purchase April 2, 2019.
ABOUT THE BOOK
This stunning original novel will tell an all-new story set in the world of the new film, featuring Aladdin and Jasmine.
A magic carpet ride full of adventure, suspense, and wonder written by New York Times best-selling author Aisha Saeed, this story will be a must-read for any Aladdin fans who find themselves drawn into and enchanted by the magical world of Agrabah and beyond.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Aisha Saeed is the author of Written in the Stars which was listed as a best book of 2015 by Bank Street Books, a 2016 YALSA Quick Pick For Reluctant Readers, and named one of the top ten books all Young Georgians Should Read in 2016. She is also the author of the middle grade novel Amal Unbound which has received starred reviews from Publisher’s Weekly and Kirkus and is a Global Read Aloud for 2018. Aisha is also a founding member of the nonprofit We Need Diverse Books™. She has been featured on MTV, the Huffington Post, NBC, and the BBC, and her writings have appeared in publications including the journal ALAN and the Orlando Sentinel.