Last Chance to Buy in Collections
SONB 3 years +3 years +
Written by Julia Donaldson, the author of The Gruffalo, the 36 books in this Songbirds Phonics Collection are especially designed to help ease young children through the process of learning to read.
- RRP £128.82
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- Just 50p per book
From the Oxford Reading Tree, this collection combines playful rhythm-and-rhyme tales with vibrant and interesting illustrations sure to engage little ones.
Great for encouraging gradual progress and for preparing children for studies in primary school or supplementing their early learning, these bite-sized tales will promote an early positive reading experience.
PKEM 7 years +7 years +
You Gotta Read 'Em All! This official Pokemon fiction collection includes 10 stories following Ash Ketchum as he embarks on the adventure of a lifetime.
- RRP £49.90
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- Just £1.20 per book
Ash's Big Challenge finds Professor Oak sending him on an important mission to capture the unique and mysterious Poke Ball. Ash teams up with Pikachu, Brock and Misty and heads over to the Orange Islands where they quickly make some new friends - and some enemies!
The next nine books are equally exciting and will appeal to any child who has a fondness for Pikachu, the computer game and Pokemon Go.
Book People is very excited to bring you all six novels on this year's Man Booker Prize 2018 shortlist in hardback - including the winner, Milkman by Anna Burns. This is a story of how gossip, hearsay and silence can bring about life-changing consequences...
- RRP £95.94
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- Just £6.67 per book
The rest of this year's shortlist is as eclectic and thought-provoking as ever. Daisy Johnson's Everything Under is a daring story of family, identity, fate, language and love; Rachel Kushner's The Mars Room is a powerful account of life in an American women's prison; and Richard Powers' The Overstory is a fable about humanity's treatment of the natural world.
Esi Edugyan's Washington Black is an extraordinary adventure about a runaway slave; and Robin Robertson's The Long Take follows a soldier who tries to find himself through a series of poems as he travels through post-war America.