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Books You Need To Read Before Christmas

  • Mrs Bunny Saves Christmas

    Penny Findlow

    £5.99

    Father Christmas and his reindeer, led by Rudolph, set out to deliver presents to all the boys and girls. Suddenly, a dreadful fog appears which causes the sleigh to stop. Can Mrs. Bunny help save the day?

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  • The Scritch

    Gigga Black

    £4.99

    Christmas is supposed to be a mystical time of year but Mr Trott never quite realised just how magical it was.   During a walk out in the woods on Boxing Day, Mr Trott suddenly finds himself in an other-worldly adventure when he falls into a gully and meets the Scritch, a strange creature with green, warty skin and burps of purple mist.    Will Mr Trott be abl

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  • Eleven Notebooks

    L. F. Gearon

    £9.99

    It is twenty years since Thomas Coverack has worked for British Intelligence - but you never really stop working for them, do you? He is enjoying a quiet summer term as Professor of Literature and War at Merton College, Oxford, when he is once again approached. His instructions are to investigate Henrik Strøm, the ageing founder and president of the Hammerfest Foundation in Norway; a man with an obsessive d

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  • The Empty Sky

    K. B. Elijah

    £9.99

    Eight moments in time...eight people experiencing the best - and worst - moments of their lives.   Violence and bloodthirsty carnage is all he's ever known, although residing in hell has taught him not to expect too much. But there's something not right with the world in which he lives and even God himself is not as expected...   &

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  • Maldwyn's Quest

    Pauline Taylor

    £8.99

    Maldwyn, a truly wonderful wizard, has for many years lived a lonely existence. In recent times two creatures, a cat and an owl, have found their way to his home and the three of them have created a sort of family, where Maldwyn lives a very content life. But things are about to alter for Maldwyn when two, what appear to be children, turn up on his doorstep, and although their appearance in the middle of

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  • Frozen Fire

    Christopher Downey

    £8.99

    When you live in a world full of magic, unusual things are bound to happen. Zack Glacis, Gretchen Shadows, Eric Flare, Malcolm Spark and Patrick Tempus live on a floating island called Kerozonia and each wields elemental magic of ice, shadow, fire, lightning and time respectively. These five friends find themselves called to another world born from their world's magic and the data of all things digital, The Da

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  • Obsessions

    Johan Parker

    £8.99

    Obsessions follows the story of young undergraduate Lily, a wholesome girl who knows what she wants for her life and she has everything on track to achieve this. But when Lily goes on a short sabbatical before starting university, she receives a letter from a secret admirer and becomes enmeshed in a game of evil, obsession, death and love. When she gets back home she finds she no longer has

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  • Holly and The Snow Fairy

    Genna Rowbotham

    £4.99

    Holly loves Christmas. It is the best time of the year!   All year long, Holly has been talking to The Snow Fairy that she believes lives in her special holly bush in the garden. But as the big day approaches, Holly needs the fairy's help.   With a little magical assistance, could this be the most special Christmas ever?

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  • Jeff's World

    Markus Uno Lovkvist

    £6.99

    Jeff is a not like the other airplanes. He makes mistakes, wanders off in his thoughts and follows unexpected impulses. A sudden leap of freedom forces him into a world of shame and suffering. One day, a peculiar character enters his new reality and helps him to find out some beautiful things about himself and the new world that’s waiting beyond the clouds. Through the curious world of our friend J

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  • Sorry, Picasso

    Michael Cumiskey

    £10.99

    Michael Grainger is a disaffected young man living with his parents in 1970s Stockton-on-Tees. Frustrated with the banality of his existence, and fully aware of his own intellect and lack of scruples, he resolves to escape by making as much money as he can in the least possible time.   After a brief dalliance with petty crime, he eventually enrols on an art course at a local college with t

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  • The Snowgran And Ongalonging

    Sue Hampton

    £7.99

    ONGALONGING: In the strange world of ONGALONGING there are greedy volcanoes and flowers with big ideas. There’s a dragon who once blew bubbles, and a broken-nosed fairy with a tool kit who’s heading for the centre of the earth. Not all the unicorns are white and not all the mobes remember who they are. Deep in the bracken is a sour and growling metrognome whose head beats time, and the skies are bright

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  • Murder at the Brass Cat

    Sue Woodcock

    £8.99

    When Major Greywell books a large family party into the Golden Lion Hotel, also known locally as The Brass Cat, it seems as though it could be good for business. No sooner do they arrive, however, than the lives of both guests and the local residents seem destined to change forever, or perhaps not be quite what they seemed in the first place to the untutored eye. For hotel employee Brenda Royce, more than most, th

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