Reading in the Sales!

I know, it’s almost half way through January but that doesn’t mean that the sales have stopped. In fact Waterstones have some fantastic book bargains at the moment and I’ve selected a few to share with you.

£12.95 £6.49
I really can’t resist some nice stationary and these set of 3 notebooks look lovely. The covers feature an illustration by Milli Marotta and sparkling gold foil. In the pack there are two plain notebooks and one lined.
David Walliams (author), Tony Ross (illustrator)
£12.99 £6.49
One for the kids (And parents) and in hardback too! David Walliams writes such hilarious, but heart warming stories. This is a keeper for sure.
Dan Brown (author)
£20.00 £12.99
One for Dan Brown fans, it’s so good when you can get the latest in a fiction series at such a bargain price don’t you think?
Sinclair McKay (author)
£12.99 £6.49
This sounds really interesting, I love puzzles and riddles and we are planning a trip to Bletchley Park this year sometime. This one is on my to buy list.
Rosamund Young (author)
£9.99 £4.99
Have you ever wondered exactly what cows get up to in their day to day lives? Surely it has to be more than eating and wandering around fields? This is a lovely book about cows and their hitherto secret world.
Tom Hanks (author)
£16.99 £9.99
Proving that Tom Hanks is not just a talented actor, (Just how many films has this guy appeared in?*)
here is a lovely collection of 17 short stories featuring type writers in each one. I really want to read this one, it sounds intriguing. 
Axel Scheffler (illustrator), Julia Donaldson (author)
£12.99 £6.49
I cannot finish my list without featuring a Julia Donaldson book. My kids have now grown out of Julia Donaldson…boo hoo! but this hardback book is a complete bargain and will give so much pleasure. 
You can see these books and a whole heap of others in the Waterstones Sale Here.
*Tom Hanks has a appeared in at least 65 Movies (And that’s the best figure Google could offer me!)

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1 Comment

  1. optrixxaris1
    January 17, 2018 / 6:21 pm

    Oh I do love a book sale. My eldest and i have started colouring in books together and I treated myself to The Happy Journal by Fearne Cotton recently. #mmbc

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