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The World Book Day books are still available at our store in Knaresborough, although we have limited stock of Greg Heffley's Best Friend and Bad Mermaids. WBD tokens are accepted here until Saturday 30th March.
World Book Day 2019 
We offer FREE DELIVERY on all UK orders.
Please note that not all books available on this website are in stock
  at our store. You are welcome to leave book reviews on our website. 
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Books in our online bookshop

Shoot for the moon
Our Price: £22.50
Fifty years after the Apollo 11 mission made history, this book tells the epic story of the astronauts, flight controllers and engineers who made it h...
The Yorkshire vet
Our Price: £8.99
The life story of vet Peter Wright, as he walked in the footsteps of the famous `James Herriot', from work experience with him as a lad - to takin...

Bright young dead
Our Price: £7.99
'All the blissful escapism of a Sunday-night period drama in a book'THE POOL ON THE MITFORD MURDERSAs the glamour of the Bright Young Things crashes i...
The pianist of Yarmouk
Our Price: £11.69
Order The Pianist of Yarmouk, the moving story of one young man's struggle to find peace during war, and the power of music to bring hope to a despe...

Blood roses
Our Price: £18.00
Traditionally, the Wars of the Roses - one of the bloodiest conflicts on English soil - began in 1455, when the Duke of York attacked King Henry VI's ...
Death Has Deep Roots
Our Price: £8.09
A masterful and atmospheric mystery combining high stakes courtroom drama with a search for evidence in a war-torn Europe, where the roots of the cent...

Our Price: £8.09
The Times Round-up of the Best Non-fiction Paperbacks, 2019 The Times Best Current Affairs and Big Ideas Book of the Year, 2018 In this essential exp...
Yesterday we were in America
Our Price: £17.09
ON 14 June 1919 - eight years before Charles Lindbergh's flight across the Atlantic - two men from Manchester took off in an open-cockpit Vickers Vimy...

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As a young civil servant, Caroline Slocock went to work at No. 10 Downing Street during the last eighteen months of Margaret Thatcher's prime ministership. It was a pivotal time in her career and life. She was the only other woman in the Cabinet Room when Mrs Thatcher eventually resigned, brought down by her closest political allies. As a left-lean