March 2012
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Dear Subscriber,

This month's newsletter brings you inspiring gifts and prints for Mother's Day, as well as the first detective novel and other new books and The Plantaganets - our book of the month.

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What's in this issue:
Mother's Day prints
Mother's Day Gifts
Books Book of the month

Mother's Day Prints 

Why not treat your mother to one of our striking flowers prints?


Simply pick your image and frame to create your customised print and it will be delivered to your designated address.


Available from just £15 (plus P&P).


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Jane Austen candle

A beautifully scented gardenia, tuberose and jasmine candle inspired by Jane Austen


Emma Bridgewater teapot - HALF PRICE

An exclusive 'Royal Beasts' teapot was designed by Emma Bridgewater.

£32.47 (RRP £64.95)


A stylish pin with gold-plating and white faux seed pearls.


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The Notting Hill Mystery

The first detective novel, now back in print for the first time in 150 years.


Grimm's Household Tales

Family favourites such as Sleeping Beauty and Rumpelstiltskin as well as some less familiar tales. Includes illustrations by Mervyn Peake.


The Library Book

Top writers including Lionel Shriver and Julian Barnes explore how libraries are used and why they are important.


Book of the month - £5 off

The Plantagenets: The Kings That Made Britain tells the fascinating story of a medieval dynasty that includes the crusading Richard the Lionheart, his treacherous brother John, the hapless Richard II, the heroic warrior king Henry V, and the much maligned Richard III.

NOW ONLY £20 (RRP £25)


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