A Ferret Named Phil- Giveaway!


Bullying is one of the ugliest things we might come across as parents. It can be heartbreaking to watch kids struggle though it. That’s where Phil the Ferret comes in.


‘A Ferret Named Phil’ is the debut children’s book of South Australian author William Reimer. This little ferret manages to overcome a bigger bully without resorting to violence and the story is told in rhymes that are sure to entrance and delight your kids. You can buy your copy here¬†and score a free printable colouring in book to go along with it.

“Phil the Ferret is brave and determined. But he also knows the importance of relying on friends when it comes to overcoming any challenge. This is a wonderful story about how togetherness and care can make even the most vulnerable feel safe” – Dr Joe Tucci CEO Australian Childhood Foundation


Parent Talk Australia also has 3 copies to give away to 3 lucky readers! Simply tell us, in 25 words or less, about something kind your child has done for someone else. Maybe they did a chore unasked or made friends with the new kid at school? Or maybe they gave you a well-needed cuddle- you tell us!

Please note: Giveaway is open to Australian residents only.

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4 thoughts on “A Ferret Named Phil- Giveaway!

  1. That sounds like a great book for kids. Is there a review on the book because it could be a another way to help kids with bullying in schools for year 4s. Sometimes kids don’t realise they’re hurting other’s feelings until they make the connection through books.

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