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1 Transcription [Exclusive Independent Bookshop 1st edition with red edges]
Atkinson, Kate Doubleday London 2018 0857525883 / 9780857525888 First Edition Hardcover New New Book 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall 
Brand new. Hardback with dust jacket. Exclusive first edition for independent bookshops with red tinted page edges. First impression. Red ribbon page marker and red endpapers. Comes with a promotional bookmark. pp. 336. This is NOT a signed copy. Brand new, in excellent fine condition. 308538 
Price: 20.00 GBP

 
4 How to Find Love in a Book Shop
Henry, Veronica Orion Books London 2016 140914688X / 9781409146889 First Edition Hardcover New New Book 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall 
New hardback. Excellent fine condition. First impression. RRP 12.99. Nightingale Books, nestled on the high street in the idyllic Cotswold town of Peasebrook, is a dream come true for booklovers. But owner Emilia Nightingale is struggling to keep the shop open. The temptation to sell up is proving enormous - but what about the promise she made to her father? Not to mention the loyalty she owes to her customers. Sarah Basildon, owner of stately pile Peasebrook Manor, has used the book shop as an escape from all her problems in the past few years. But is there more to her visits than meets the eye? Since messing up his marriage, Jackson asks Emilia for advice on books to read to the son he misses so much. But Jackson has a secret, and is not all he seems...And there's Thomasina, painfully shy, who runs a pop-up restaurant from her tiny cottage. She has a huge crush on a man she met and then lost in the cookery section, somewhere between Auguste Escoffier and Marco Pierre White. Can she find the courage to admit her true feelings? How to Find Love in a Book Shop is the delightful story of Emilia's fight to keep her book shop alive, the customers whose lives she has touched - and the books they all love. 322pp. The dust jacket is supplied by us in a loose protective clear archival film sleeve. This does not adhere to the book or jacket in any way and it protects the jacket against wear. 305825 
Price: 11.04 GBP

 
 
2 Off the Shelf: A Celebration of Bookshops in Verse
Duffy, Carol Ann (edited by) Picador 2016 1509827587 / 9781509827589 First Edition Hardcover New No Jacket Book 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall 
New hardback. First impression. RRP 10.00. In Off the Shelf: A Celebration of Bookshops in Verse, Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy has commissioned a selection of the UK's most loved and lauded poets to each write a poem in celebration of books and bookshops - the worlds they hold, the freedoms they promise, and the memories they evoke. From a basement of forgotten books to the shelves of a cramped Welsh arcade, from the poetry corner of the local bookstore to the last bookshop standing in a post-apocalyptic world, these are poems that pay tribute to all the places that house the stories we treasure. With poems from Carol Ann Duffy, Scottish Makar Jackie Kay, National Poet of Wales Gillian Clarke, as well as Clive James, Michael Longley, Don Paterson, Patience Agbabi and many more, this beautiful anthology is a heart-warming reminder of how books nourish us, save us, and inspire us. 58pp. 306531 
Price: 10.00 GBP

 
5 The Clockmaker's Daughter [Independent Bookshop Exclusive Signed Limited edition]
Morton, Kate Mantle 2018 0230759289 / 9780230759282 First Edition / Limited Edition Hard Cover New New Book 8vo 
New hardback, with dust jacket. In excellent, fine condition. New, exclusive to independent bookshops LIMITED EDITION, signed by Kate Morton on the title page. Limited edition - one of 1500 copies. May be a different number to the one shown. BK0001 
Price: 18.99 GBP

 
 
3 Scribbles in The Margins: 50 Eternal Delights of Books
Gray, Daniel Bloomsbury London 2017 1408883945 / 9781408883945 First Edition Hardcover New New Book 12mo - over 6 - 7" tall 
New hardback with dust jacket. RRP 9.99. First impression. pp. xiii, 146. We lead increasingly time-poor lifestyles, bombarded 24/7 by petrifying news bulletins, internet trolls and endless noises. Where has the joy and relaxation gone from our daily lives? Scribbles in the Margins offers a glorious antidote to that relentless modern-day information churn. It is here to remind you that books and bookshops can still sing to your heart. Warm, heartfelt and witty, here are fifty short essays of prose poetry dedicated to the simple joy to be found in reading and the rituals around it. These are not wallowing nostalgia; they are things that remain pleasurable and right, that warm our hearts and connect us to books, to reading and to other readers: smells of books, old or new; losing an afternoon organising bookshelves; libraries; watching a child learn to read; reading in bed; impromptu bookmarks; visiting someone's home and inspecting the bookshelves; stains and other reminders of where and when you read a book. An attempt to fondly weigh up what makes a book so much more than paper and ink - and reading so much more than a hobby, a way of passing time or a learning process - these declarations of love demonstrate what books and reading mean to us as individuals, and the cherished part they play in our lives, from the vivid greens and purples of childhood books to the dusty comfort novels we turn to in times of adult flux. Scribbles in the Margins is a love-letter to books and bookshops, rejoicing in the many universal and sometimes odd little ways that reading and the rituals around reading make us happy. 306729 
Price: 8.99 GBP

     



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