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Hurrah! All of Rose's books have now been put away on the shelves at Tintern! We look forward to seeing you - almost 13,000 childrens books now in one location! Plus large collections of Transport, Military, Natural History, Art, History, Topography, Science & Technology... and more.

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20% discount on copies of RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM in our Special Book Room.

Type in voucher code OMAREX at the checkout to apply your discount before payment. Valid to 23rd October 2018.

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Into the woods
Are you a hylophobe?Or a bit of a tree-hugger? Do you find forests places of fear and danger?Or places of peace and emotional healing? Even the most cursory of glances reveals the pervasive influence of woods and forests in literature, legends and fairy tales. Sometimes the forest is a dark and forbidding place, full of hazards and unseen enemies that await the unfortunate individual who ventues within. Examples include the Wild Wood from Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows, where the frightened Mole is fortunate...

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Published by the Daily Express the year after World War 2 ended, paper was still in short supply so War Economy Standard was still in use and the annual was produced with soft covers. If you are a Rupert fan you may be aware that most of the Rupert annuals from the very first one (1936) to the 1970 edition have been reproduced in facsimile editions. However, a few of them haven't due to politcally incorrect content and this is one of them. In...

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