Get set for a brilliant Twitter chat with our favourite McFly boys Dougie Poynter and Tom Fletcher who have just published their first children’s book The Dinosaur that Pooped Christmas.

Dougie’s fascinated by reptiles, Tom loves Christmas, and they have a shared obsession with poop! The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas is a story of just what happens when a baby dinosaur’s appetite runs away with itself and the things he has to do to return Christmas back where it belongs…but possibly not quite as clean and pristine as before!

The book is a modern Christmas classic with a strong moral about the dangers of being greedy and truly appreciating the value of Christmas. After writing songs together for nine years, Tom and Dougie wrote this book in the same way that they write their song lyrics.

They said: “We both know that as kids we would have loved this book and so we hope that when children and parents read it they laugh as much as we did when we wrote it. Smelly Christmas everyone.”

We’re super excited to be welcoming the boys for fun morning chat so make sure you join us and don’t forget to tweet us your book-related questions for the boys!

Dougie and Tom will be joining us at 11am but don’t worry if you can’t make it at that time. You can tweet your questions to us in advance on Friday morning, just remember to use the hashtag #AskMcFly.

When: Friday 26 October. The boys will join us at 11am

Where: Follow @Tescomagazine

Hashtag: #AskMcFly

Prizes: We will have x10 signed copies of The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas up for grabs and everyone who tweets a question between 11am and 12pm using the #AskMcFly hashtag will be entered into the draw.


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