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Pride And Prejudice
Pride And Prejudice Jane Austen
Celebrate International Women's Day with the original rebel girls!
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Frankenstein
Frankenstein Mary Shelley
A beautiful hardback edition of Mary Shelley's Gothic horror classic, Frankenstein, to coincide with the 200th anniversary of the book's publication
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The Time Machine
The Time Machine H.G. Wells
A brilliantly imaginative flight of fancy from the father of science fiction, or a prophetic vision of the future of the planet?
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mark Twain
'Tom and Huck Finn are as immortal as their swashbuckling friendship' Daily Mail
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Kidnapped
Kidnapped Robert Louis Stevenson
A rollicking, twisting story of kidnap and betrayal versus courage and friendship
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3
3" Marc-Antoine Mathieu
A thrillingly inventive visual mystery, told in 3 seconds - it's up to you to provide the solution
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Woody Guthrie
Woody Guthrie Nick Hayes
A visual biography of Woody Guthrie – perhaps the greatest, most enduring singer-songwriter to ever live.
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Oliver Twist
Oliver Twist Charles Dickens
A beautiful Puffin Deluxe hardback classics edition.
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The Three Musketeers
The Three Musketeers Alexandre Dumas
‘God’s teeth!’ Unfailingly exciting and a complete joy to read, this new translation of The Three Musketeers is published to coincide with the lavish BBC adaptation to be aired this month.
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Sally Heathcote
Sally Heathcote Mary Talbot, Kate Charlesworth, Bryan Talbot
A stunning new graphic novel from the Costa Award-winning authors of Dotter of her Father's Eyes
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The Invisible Man
The Invisible Man H.G. Wells
A cautionary horror story about the dangers of greed, isolation and a science without ethics, from the father of science fiction
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Grandville Noel
Grandville Noel Bryan Talbot
The Badger is back!
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Plumdog
Plumdog Emma Chichester Clark
A dog’s diary - with words and pictures that are irresistibly funny and moving.
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The Wizard of Oz
The Wizard of Oz L. Frank Baum
The Graphic Novelization of a Classic Tale!
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Lucia
Lucia Andy Hixon
A stunning graphic novel by one of the UK’s most original illustrators
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Death of the Artist
Death of the Artist Karrie Fransman
Five Artists. Five Styles. All Written by One Author
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Some Comics by Stephen Collins
Some Comics by Stephen Collins Stephen Collins
The best strips (so far) from the best new cartoonist (maybe).
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Driving Short Distances
Driving Short Distances Joff Winterhart
Driving Short Distances is the new book by Joff Winterhart, whose first graphic novel, Days of the Bagnold Summer, was described by Posy Simmonds as ‘original, funny, touching and beautifully observed’ and was shortlisted for the Costa Award for Best Novel.
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Treasure Island
Treasure Island Robert Louis Stevenson
A beautiful Puffin Classics hardback inspired by the V&A Museum's collection of the work of William Morris.
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Whitman Illuminated
Whitman Illuminated Walt Whitman, Allen Crawford
The epic text of one of America's greatest poets, reimagined in stunning illustrations.
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The One Hundred Nights of Hero
The One Hundred Nights of Hero Isabel Greenberg
'A feminist fairy-tale, which I recommend if you’re looking for a Christmas present for a teenage girl… A wondrously intricate book, and a witty attack on the patriarchy, this is an instant classic.' Rachel Cooke, an Observer Book of the Year
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If
If Steve Bell
A new collection by Britain’s finest political cartoonist, covering the less than glorious days of the Cameron-Clegg coalition government
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The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia
The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia Bryan Talbot, Mary Talbot
An anarchist tale of an extraordinary woman, from the Costa Prize-winning authors of Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes
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Stan and Nan
Stan and Nan Sarah Lippett
Sometimes, the simplest stories are the best... This is a lovely, tender book... Stan and Nan are all of our grandparents, their stability and infinite kindness much mourned as our ever-changing worlds spin frantically on.' Rachel Cooke, Observer
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