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Our online shop is just as stuffed full of wonderful books as our high street shop! We’ve highlighted some of our newest books on this page but if you already know what you want click below to go straight to our online shop:


Paperback Fiction Display Table

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New Cookery Books

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Black & British Fiction

Some of the best black and British novelists working today.

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Forthcoming Books to Preorder

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Paperback Non-Fiction Display Table

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New Fiction for 9-12 Year Olds

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Crime & Thriller Display Table

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Hardback Fiction Display Table

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Hardback Non-Fiction Display Table

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New Music Books

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Teen Graphic Novels & Manga

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New Nature Writing

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New Gardening Books

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Jigsaw Puzzles

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Signed Books Currently Available

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Reviewed by Our Booksellers

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Children’s Books Reviewed by our Booksellers

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Indie Book of the Month

Here are the books which the Booksellers Association has picked as Indie Book of the Month for children and adults in May.

The Booksellers Association has named China Room by Sunjeev Sahota as its Fiction Book of the Month for May, and By Ash, Oak and Thorn by Melissa Harrisonas Children’s Book of the Month.

From award-winning novelist Sunjeev Sahota, China Room is the story of Mehar, a young bride in 1920s Punjab, who spends her days hard at work with her newly arrived sisters-in-law, trying to guess which of three brothers kept at a distance is her new husband. When she develops a theory on which of them is hers, she sets off a chain reaction that will endanger more than one life. Mehar’s story is linked to that of a young man arriving at the now abandoned farm in 1999, seeking refuge from addiction and racism in England, who finds the ‘china room’ where Mehar once worked is now locked and barred.

By Ash, Oak and Thorn is the new title from All Among the Barley author Melissa Harrison, which follows Moss, Burnett and Cumulus, three tiny, ancient beings once revered as caretakers of the Wild World, who set off an adventure through countryside and city after their ash tree home is destroyed. Learning how to survive in a precious, disappearing world, the book introduces children to the natural world around them, whether they live in the country, suburbs or inner city.

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