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A full colour FREE consumer magazine, packed with exciting book features your customers will love!

September/October Edition

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Every issue of Booktime is bursting with author interviews, new title highlights, great competitions and editorial on an eclectic range of books. It includes news from the book world, seasonal articles and an exciting children’s section. So, whatever age, there is always something for everyone!

Up to 50% discount available on selected titles,
discount is valid until 31st October 2018.

A Note from the Editor...

Ruth - EditorWelcome to September & October Booktime!

This edition is packed with lots of recommended reading for autumn, from Laura Purcell’s eerie new historical thriller The Corset, to a brand new novel from the author of The Book Thief, Markus Zusak, to the latest novel from the wonderful Kate Atkinson. We take a look at a beautiful new cookbook from Cornwall, and recommend a range of books for National Poetry Day. We interview Sue Nelson on her new book about female space pioneer Wally Funk, Helena Kennedy on her new book about the inequality of women in Britain’s justice system, and children’s nutritionist Annabel Karmel on her latest cookbook, which concentrates on weaning. We also take a look at Kate Morton’s epic new time-slip novel, The Clockmaker’s Daughter.

For children, we take a look at the Geronimo Stilton series, a debut story about a girl who can meet characters from her favourite books in real life, and the first in a new series from Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre about a heroic horse. There’s a guide to surviving life as a trans teen, and a guide to being a brilliant kid, as well as a beautiful book about intriguing animals. There’s an exciting new story set on a mysterious, magical train, and an illustrated modern take on a classic fairytale from the author of The Miniaturist, Jessie Burton.

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