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New titles from the Book People

The Book People are delighted to offer another batch of exciting new titles, and you can find them all online now. From insightful biographies to amazing TV tie-ins and a selection of kids’ favourites, there’s sure to be something for you to enjoy. But hurry, grab them before we sell out!

One of the biggest news stories of 2013 so far is Lance Armstrong’s confession that he did indeed cheat and use performance-enhancing drugs throughout his Tour de France-winning cycling career. We have Seven Deadly Sins, Sunday Times reporter David Walsh’s compelling account of his mission to discover the truth about the disgraced cyclist, available for just £4.99. It tells how, through 13 years of dogged research and insider information, Walsh struggled and battled to bring the facts to light.

Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, Africa has been one of the must-see television programmes this year. For just £9.99, Michael Bright’s book accompanies the hit BBC show and provides readers with a spectacular journey through the five distinct regions of the breathtaking continent. We also have Jennifer Worth’s Shadows of the Workhouse, the sequel to Call the Midwife, on sale for just £3.99 and this compassionate read perfectly celebrates the resilience and spirit of the people of the 1950s.

For kids, we have a wide range of exciting books. Little girls will love joining the Disney Princesses in this 8-book collection that follows the adventures of the likes of Ariel, Belle and Cinderella. The chapter books all feature easy-to-read text and eye-catching illustrations. For boys, we have the Avantia Collection, 4 books that follow on from Beast Quest and are perfect reading for fans when they are slightly older. Full of action, magical creatures and expertly paced, these books are just great for reluctant readers. Award-winning author of My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece Annabel Pitcher has also returned with Ketchup Clouds, the story of Zoe, a fifteen-year-old girl with a dark and terrible secret…

If your child is a fussy eater, Happy Food for Happy Children offers ideas that are sure to help them try new and exciting food. With fanciful and lovable character creations making up healthy meals, this is the perfect way to help little ones eat their fruit and vegetables.

Lance Armstrong - David Walsh

Disney Princess books


Gifts for Him and Gifts for Her

The Book People has a range of books that are suitable for both men and women right now and all are available at fantastically low prices. Head over to the main site to see some of the titles we have right now.

For him:

Thanks to his successes in both the Tour de France and the Olympics, Bradley Wiggins became one of the nation’s heroes in 2012, and is surely in the running for the Sports Personality of the Year award. You can relive the popular mod’s incredible summer with Allez Wiggo!, a photographic celebration of all his races and victories. Another fascinating read for sports fan is popular golf legend Sam Torrance’s autobiography Out of Bounds: Tales From the 19th Hole, this is a read full of enthusiasm, informative insights and entertaining anecdotes.

The star of Peep Show and a regular on the likes of QI, David Mitchell’s autobiography, Back Story is a fascinating and funny read that tells all about his life and how he is most definitely not David Mitchell the novelist! Jeremy Clarkson also has a new book out and this time he looks back over The Top Gear Years, and describes how a show filmed in an ex-RAF aerodrome in Surrey has become a worldwide sensation. Another hit BBC show is Andrew Marr’s A History of the World and in the tie-in book, he reveals some of the traditional epic stories that show how our understanding of the world’s history changes as new discoveries are made.

For her:

Paula Wolfert’s The Food of Morocco is the definitive book on Moroccan cuisine and features over 200 authentic recipes for delicious food, all with clear instructions and detailed notes. The Anti-ageing Beauty Bible is packed with insider info on how to look, feel and be fabulous forever. The book contains chapters that include guidance on skin, hair, make-up, hands, feet, nails, exercise, sleep and so much more!

Call The Midwife was a television success story and this keepsake hardback edition of Jennifer Worth’s memoir is beautifully illustrated and brings to life the true story of the East End of London in the 1950s. Jackie Collins is also back with another novel packed with sex, power and intrigue called The Power Trip. A Russian billionaire invites five couples to stay on board his luxury yacht. Will it end up being the trip of a lifetime?

Bradley Wiggins
Paula Wolfert


Gifts for him and Gifts for her

The Book People has a range of books that are suitable for both men and women right now and all are available at fantastically low prices. Head over to the main site to see some of the titles we have right now.

For him:
Thanks to his successes in both the Tour de France and the Olympics, Bradley Wiggins became one of the nation’s heroes in 2012, and is surely in the running for the Sports Personality of the Year award. You can relive the popular mod’s incredible summer with Allez Wiggo!, a photographic celebration of all his races and victories over the last year. Another fascinating read for sports fans is popular golf legend Sam Torrance’s autobiography Out of Bounds: Tales From the 19th Hole, this is a read full of enthusiasm, informative insights and entertaining anecdotes.

The star of Peep Show and a regular on the likes of QI, David Mitchell’s autobiography, Back Story is a fascinating and funny read that tells all about his life and how he is most definitely not David Mitchell the novelist! Jeremy Clarkson also has a new book out and this time he looks back over The Top Gear Years, and describes how a show filmed in an ex-RAF aerodrome in Surrey has become a worldwide sensation. Another hit BBC show is Andrew Marr’s A History of the World and in the tie-in book, he reveals some of the traditional epic stories that show how our understanding of the world’s history changes as new discoveries are made.

For her:
Paula Wolfert’s The Food of Morocco is the definitive book on Moroccan cuisine and features over 200 authentic recipes for delicious food, all with clear instructions and detailed notes. Meanwhile, The Book of Bags features a delightful collection of 30 easy-to-make bags to suit every outfit and occasion. With a variety of techniques and styles on offer, the book is suitable for both newcomers and experienced crafters! The Anti-ageing Beauty Bible is packed with insider info on how to look, feel and be fabulous forever. The book contains chapters that include guidance on skin, hair, make-up, hands, feet, nails, exercise, sleep and so much more!

Call The Midwife was a television success story and this keepsake hardback edition of Jennifer Worth’s memoir is beautifully illustrated and brings to life the true story of the East End of London in the 1950s. Jackie Collins is also back with another novel packed with sex, power and intrigue called The Power Trip. A Russian billionaire invites five couples to stay on board his luxury yacht. Will it end up being the trip of a lifetime?

Bradley Wiggins
Paula Wolfert


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