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Win! A great big box of the best books of 2018

Kick 2019 off with some of the previous year’s best reading

If you’re determined to get a jump start on your 2019 reading, we’ve got a massive box of books chock full of adventures to get your started. As well as some gorgeous picture books for the little ones including the Lauren Child-illustrated Mary Poppins, we’ve got novels for kids and young adults, including Stormzy’s Rise Up, plus cookbooks and coffee table tomes galore.

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