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A Painter's Progress
A Painter's Progress David Dawson
A hidden look at Lucian Freud, one of the greatest British painters, through the lens of his assistant
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Hunters & Collectors
Hunters & Collectors M. Suddain
The universe’s most feared restaurant critic is on the hunt for the greatest meal of his life – a novel which reads like Vonnegut directing Grand Budapest Hotel, in space
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The Quentin Blake Treasury
The Quentin Blake Treasury Quentin Blake
Welcome to the wonderful world of Quentin Blake! Collected here are his best-loved characters, classic stories and marvellous rhymes – together for the first time in a treasury to be shared and enjoyed by all.
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You're A Rude Pig, Bertie!
You're A Rude Pig, Bertie! Claudia Boldt
A gorgeous new book about how to make friends by the award-winning author-illustrator, Claudia Boldt
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Water Sessions
Water Sessions James Lasdun
A powerful new collection - his first in 11 years - from one of our finest poets.
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The Encyclopedia of Early Earth
The Encyclopedia of Early Earth Isabel Greenberg
‘It’s a book about many things – love, snow, god, poisoned sausages...but mostly it’s a celebration of storytelling itself. Strange and wry and funny and beautifully drawn.’ Mark Haddon Winner of the Best Book Award at the 2014 British Comic Awards
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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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Picnic John Burningham
A truly exciting new book from John Burningham, in the grand tradition of MR GUMPY’S OUTING, with a wonderfully cosy ending
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What is a Crocodile's Favourite Thing?
What is a Crocodile's Favourite Thing? Ben Hawkes
What is a crocodile's favourite thing? Find out in this riotous picture book from exciting new talent, Ben Hawkes...
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Talking Dead
Talking Dead Neil Rollinson
The first book in eight years from ‘the bard of the bawdy’ Shortlisted for the 2015 Costa Poetry Prize
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Back to Blood
Back to Blood Tom Wolfe
The Bonfire of the Vanities author, Tom Wolfe, ingeniously dissects the turbulent heart of America’s racial vortex in this exhilarating tale of sweltering Miami
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The Making Of
The Making Of Brecht Evens
A kaleidoscopically beautiful new graphic novel for international sensation Brecht Evens.
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Love, Sex and Other Foreign Policy Goals
Love, Sex and Other Foreign Policy Goals Jesse Armstrong
A group of well-intentioned students head into a war zone, armed only with 'the power of theatre' - the first novel from the BAFTA Award-winning writer of Peep Show and The Thick of It.
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Do Dare Duck
Do Dare Duck Joyce Dunbar, Jane Massey
Find out if Duck dares in this hilarious, rhythmic read!
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All One Breath
All One Breath John Burnside
The new collection from the author of Black Cat Bone, which won both the Forward and the T.S. Eliot Prize Shortlisted for the 2014 T.S. Eliot Prize and the Forward Prize for Best Collection A New Statesman Book of the Year
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Archangel Henry Shukman
The first collection in ten years from the multifariously talented and prize-winning Henry Shukman
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Deaths of the Poets
Deaths of the Poets Michael Symmons Roberts, Paul Farley
An entertaining journey into how the deaths of great poets have shaped our culture's distorted sense of poetry
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Odd Job Man
Odd Job Man Jonathon Green
The world's foremost lexicographer of slang reflects on the how, why and what of his singular job
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The Witch with an Itch
The Witch with an Itch Helen Baugh, Deborah Allwright
The littlest witch gets an itch whenever she does bad spells – perhaps it’s time to give some good magic a try?
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Livestock Hannah Berry
'A parable for the Trump era.' Paul Mason
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Sleeping Keys
Sleeping Keys Jean Sprackland
The new collection from the Costa prize-winning Jean Sprackland
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The Great War
The Great War Joe Sacco
From ‘the heir to R. Crumb and Art Spiegelman’ (The Economist) comes a monumental, wordless panorama capturing the horror of World War I.
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Diane Arbus
Diane Arbus Arthur Lubow
A revelatory biography of the uncompromising photographer, Diane Arbus
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