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Reading allowed
Our Price: £9.99
'Paling's deftly drawn vignettes are frequently funny, sometimes sad and occasionally troubling . . . Borrow a copy from your local library, if you st...
Bookworm
Our Price: £13.49
A love letter to the joys of childhood reading from Wonderland to Narnia.'Passionate, witty, informed, and gloriously opinionated' Jacqueline Wilson'I...

The gifts of reading
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From the bestselling author of UNDERLAND, THE OLD WAYS and THE LOST WORDS - an essay on the joy of reading, for anyone who has ever loved a bookEvery ...
A book of book lists
Our Price: £7.19
This is a book of book lists. Lists that make you smile, make you wonder, and see titles together in entirely new ways. From Bin Laden's bookshelf to ...

Not to read
Our Price: £11.69
Over the course of the chronicles and literary essays that make up this volume, Alejandro Zambra outlines his own particular theory of reading. Whethe...
Free Technology for Libraries. Volume 3
Our Price: £29.66
Libraries are perpetually faced with the challenge of balancing ever-shrinking budgets while steadily improving library services. One way to meet tha...

The hidden adult
Our Price: £26.55
What exactly is a children's book? How is children's literature defined as a genre? A leading scholar presents close readings of six classic stories t...
Organizing knowledge
Our Price: £27.89
The fourth edition of this standard student text, Organizing Knowledge, incorporates extensive revisions reflecting the increasing shift towards a net...

The happy reader. Issue 13
Our Price: £4.00
For avid readers and the uninitiated alike, this is a chance to reengage with classic literature and to stay inspired and entertained.The concept of t...
Pen in hand
Our Price: £13.49
How can other people like the books we don't like? What benefit can we get from rereading a work? Can we read better? If so, how? These and many other...

What is the history of the book?
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This text introduces the fast-developing field of book history. James Raven, a leading historian of the book, offers a fresh and accessible guide to the global study of the production, dissemination and reception of written and printed texts across all societies and in all ages. Students, teachers, researchers and general readers will benefit from
Shelf life
Our Price: £9.00
Books: reading, collecting, and the physical housing of them has brought the book-lover joy and stress for centuries. Fascinated writers have tried to...

A library miscellany
Our Price: £8.99
What can be found in the Vatican's Secret Archive? How many books did Charles Darwin's library aboard the Beagle hold? Which library is home to a colo...
Bibliophile
Our Price: £16.19
Searching for perfect book lovers gifts? Rejoice! Bibliophile: An Illustrated Miscellany, is a love letter to all things bookish. Author Jane Mount br...

Libraries
Our Price: £135.00
From the mighty halls of ancient Alexandria to the coffered ceilings of the Morgan Library in New York, human beings have had a long, enraptured relat...
Bodleian library treasures
Our Price: £31.50
Since its foundation in 1602, the Bodleian Library has acquired manuscripts, printed books, maps, music and ephemera in all languages, from all ages a...

The fox and the bees
Our Price: £54.00
The library of Corpus Christi College is one of the most famous of all of those in Oxford and Cambridge. It is one of the few pre-1600 libraries to su...
The happy reader. Issue 11
Our Price: £4.00
For avid readers and the uninitiated alike, this is a chance to reengage with classic literature and to stay inspired and entertained.The concept of t...

New museum practice in Asia
Our Price: £45.00
There is currently an explosion of museum and heritage activity across Asia, especially in China, where audience development and public education have been made a government priority area for museums. In some Asian countries such as Singapore and Korea public participation is already well established. As yet, this is little documented and reviewed
Autocomplete
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Every time a browser autocompletes our search query, it's showing us what millions of other people all over the world are searching for. This curious ...