Recommended by the Local Sales Team: Spring 2016 Titles

December 19, 2015

Have a browse through the top picks for Spring 2016 from the Local & Field Sales Team:

Adam Murray (Wales, Midlands & North) recommends…..

AdamMurrayForces of Nature by Brian Cox

“‘Why is the sky blue?’, ‘Why is the Earth round?’, and ‘Why is every snowflake different?’ – These are the sort of questions that my 8 year old asks me every morning over his bowl of porridge and which I fail miserably to answer to his satisfaction! Help is at hand though, as this is the subject of Brian Cox’s stunning new book written to coincide with a major BBC1 TV series airing in March. Brian travels the globe from the Caribbean to the Arctic to answer the fundamental questions about our planet and the Universe beyond.”

Brian Cox HoldingForces of Nature
Brian Cox
Published 21st April 2016
William Collins
RRP £25.00


Lucy Cornwell (London & South) recommends…..

LucyCornwellThe Art of Wearing Hats by Helena Sheffield

“If you have only ever worn a bobble hat in winter or a fascinator for a wedding then this gem will open your style out to a world of possibilities. The Art of Wearing Hats will give tips and advice on how to wear hats, what will best suit your head, face shape & personal style, guides on where to buy hats and hat-spiration and quotes from celebrities and hat lovers. Now if only I could get my cats to pose with one long enough to post on Instagram…”

151508-FC12The Art of Wearing Hats
Helena Sheffield
Published 11 February 2016
Harper NonFiction
RRP £5.99

Mike Lewis (London & South East) recommends…..

MikeLewisGRRRR! by Rob Biddulph

“This book is already popular and I’m expecting the paperback to be an even bigger hit with booksellers. Rob has established a good track record with sales of his first book, Blown Away, and he’s produced another loveable character in Fred the Bear in GRRRRR! I’m sure his popularity will continue as the book has bright, bold illustrations and a fun story which children are going to love to read or have their parents read to them, over and over again.”

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Rob Biddulph

Published 28 January 2016
HarperCollins Childrens’ Books
RRP £6.99

Ann-Marie Dolan (Irlenad & Northern Ireland) recommends…..

AnnMarieFlawed by Cecelia Ahern

“Cecelia’s first YA novel, Flawed, is set in a world where imperfections are punished severely, perfection is revered, and there is no grey area in between. For Celestine, all she wants is to be perfect, go to university, and follow through on her plans with her boyfriend, Art. All this changes with a split second decision in which she shows compassion for a flawed, and her life is turned upside-down. This is a riveting, high-tempo novel which will keep you gripped to the very end.”

Cecelia Ahern

Published 24 March 2016
HarperCollins Childrens’ Books
RRP £14.99

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