Nominate the next ‘Little People, BIG DREAMS’ book!

To celebrate the new release of the 100th book in the Little People, BIG DREAMS series (Vanessa Nakate), we’re handing the series back to the readers who made it!
Readers can now nominate their suggestion for the next book in the series using the form below!

The figure who receives the most nominations by 13th June 2023 will be published as the next book in the series! With the winner announced 30th June 2023!

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See a tally of the current frontrunners at the bottom of the page!
Happy reading (and dream BIG!)

Series creator Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara

1. These terms and conditions apply to the public poll run by Quarto Publishing PLC to determine the next subject in their Little People, Big Dreams series.
2. The ‘Entrant’ is the person completing the online poll form
3. Only one submission per Entrant is allowed and the Entrant’s email address will be held until the completion of the poll for the sole purpose of identifying and dismissing subsequent entries and will not be shared with other companies except to the extent necessary to administrate the poll. Quarto Publishing PLC will only use your email address and other personal information in compliance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (including any amended, equivalent, or subsequent legislation). Quarto Publishing PLC’s Privacy Policy can be viewed HERE
4. Quarto Publishing PLC reserves the right to disqualify votes if it has reasonable grounds to suspect that fraudulent voting has occurred, if it considers there has been any deliberate attempt to manipulate the result or if the winning subject is not suitable for its publishing series.
5. In exceptional circumstances Quarto Publishing PLC may be required to terminate, amend, or withdraw this poll and/or these terms and conditions.
6. Entry to the poll is conditional on acceptance of these terms and conditions, which are governed exclusively by English Law and under the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. By entering this poll, you are deemed to have read and accepted these terms.