Win one of two signed Aussie Big Achievers Shane Warne books. ^

Inspired by his ten-year-old son Oliver; Eastern Suburbs local Richard Simpkin wanted to teach children about Australians that had a dream when they were children and believed in themselves to achieve their dreams. 

Last week Richard’s new kids book about cricketing great Shane Warne was released. “The feedback already has been really positive,” says Richard. “I donated the book to my son’s school and he told me on Friday that everyone in his class has already read the book and some of the kids have even read it twice in the one day, you can’t get better feedback than that”

The Shane Warne book is part of Richard’s Aussie Big Achievers series of books.They are a fun and educational way for children to learn about some of Australia’s most interesting and inspiring people that have helped shape our nation. Each book encourages children to always believe in themselves and never give up on their dreams.

A year ago Richard released three inspirational children’s books about Steve Irwin, Cathy Freeman and Ash Barty as he and his son Oliver were really inspired by all three great Australians for their passion, determination, enthusiasm and their never giving up attitude.

“When Shane Warne passed away in March my son and a few of his friends asked me to write a kids book about Shane Warne as they said kids needed to learn about his incredible story. Shane’s story is truly remarkable and it will no doubt inspire children to achieve their very own dreams”. 

To purchase Richard’s Shane Warne book please click here;


To have a chance at winning one of these Shane Warne book’s personally signed by author Richard Simpkin, please tell Richard in twenty five words or less why your child is an Aussie Big Achiever? 

Richard will pick two people who will each receive his new book which will be signed.

Entries close on Friday the 30th of November at 5pm.

To enter and for your chance to win, send an email with your name and phone number to and explain in 25 words or less why your child is an Aussie Big Achiever.

^ The organiser of this competition is Richard Simpkin. This competition is independently run from eastern suburbs mums, for all correspondence about this competition or prize claims contact Richard Simpkin direct.