Letter from a Tea Garden

Karen Argent reads an  'extraordinary story that includes the experience of living through London in the blitz, India during a devastating cyclone in 1921, the terrifying Bengal famine of 1943 and then the years leading up to partition in 1947.'

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The London-Eye Mystery

Siobhan Dowd's second novel is a delightful mystery romp told by twelve year old Ted, a young man with autism.

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The mystical power of the shoreline

Land’s Edge: a Coastal Memoir by Tim Winton is a collection of memories, prose poems and philosophical contemplations that almost seem to tumble from the author

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Puffin Design Classics: beautiful and collectable

Produced to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Puffin imprint, six children’s classics were reprinted in hardback with dust jackets illustrated by some of the 20th century’s greatest artists and designers.

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The raw power of love and war

Ernest Hemingway's For Whom The Bell Tolls is a book about the Spanish Civil War but it’s also about every war that will ever be fought. 

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