We have been in this journey for 4 years now, and its always a good time to appreciate all YOU do. The biggest one them is to READ. You Read therefore, Authors write. You Read therefore Book Shops run. You Read, therefore the world is a better place!
Come celebrate this Phenomenal Journey with us, of us reading together, of us creating this beautiful Readers community. Celebrate the Joys of Reading.
Our Anniversary (Jan '21) Book Box is Unique in many ways; it is created for YOU. Keeping in mind everything a Reader wants.
What will be Included in this Book Box:
We have hand picked two Books which are about Books.
One is by a Reader- Author
Dear Reader by Cathy Rentzenbrink - Hardcover
"Dear Readeris a moving, funny and joyous exploration of how books can change the course of your life, packed with recommendations from one reader to another."
The Second book is by a Book Seller, infact the longest serving Waterstones Manager
The Booksellers Tale by Martin Latham - Hardcover
"Martin uncovers the history of our collective book-obsession, and introduces us to the Canterbury bookshop that has been his working home for three decades."
What will be the Merchandise:
Where there is a Reader, there has to be STATIONERY right?
So expect Stationery Items to win your heart, many based on famous Author Quotes and Books.
We are Inspired by all the stories we have read. So the Fandoms will be a mixed of Books we have read which celebrates reading. There will be around 5-7 items in this box including stationery and premium fabric and other merchandise of Top Notch Quality and with Utility.
This is a Box which will surprise you, pleasantly and hence the Items will not be revealed :) we might reveal our Artists or give you Hints of what the Merchandise are at a later stage but there will not be a full reveal, to maintain the mystery about this box.
Use code : "DEARREADER" for FREE* SHIPPING at checkout
Our Books will be imported and hopefully reach us by the end of January 2021. We will be able to dispatch the box once the Book reaches us. The timelines of shipping are dependent on various factors and transit time, which may change anytime without prior notice.
We will keep you informed if anything changes. Tentative dispatch dates will be February beginning.
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About the Books:
Dear Reader: The Comfort and Joy of Books
Dear Readeris a moving, funny and joyous exploration of how books can change the course of your life, packed with recommendations from one reader to another.
For as long as she can remember, Cathy Rentzenbrink has lost and found herself in stories. Growing up she was rarely seen without her nose in a book and read in secret long after lights out. When tragedy struck, books kept her afloat. Eventually they lit the way to a new path, first as a bookseller and then as a writer. No matter what the future holds, reading will always help.
From theSunday Timesbestselling author ofThe Last Act of Love.
'A love letter to stories and reading . . .a book to cherish' - Nina Stibbe, author ofLove, Nina
About the Author
Cathy Rentzenbrink was born in Cornwall, grew up in Yorkshire and now lives in London, where she works as a writer and journalist. She is the author of theSunday Timesbestselling memoirThe Last Act of Love,which was shortlisted for the Welcome Book Prize.
The Bookseller's Tale
The right book has a neverendingness, and so does the right bookshop.' This is the curious story of our long love affair with books. Whether comfort reads or cult novels, we carry them with us, inhale the smell of their pages, scrawl in their margins, and protect them from book thieves and bathwater. Despite the many enemies of reading - from poverty to prejudice, from the Spanish Inquisition to Orwellian regimes - its power has endured across centuries.
This is partly thanks to people like Martin Latham, the longest-serving Waterstones manager ('it's not a career, it's a philosophic path'). in a bookseller's tale, Martin uncovers the history of our collective book-obsession, and introduces us to the Canterbury bookshop that has been his working home for three decades, complete at various points with two rocking horses, a hammock for Staff naps and an excavated Roman bath-house floor.
Along the way, we encounter itinerant book peddlers, smugglers, obsessive collectors, librarians, miners, Rabelaisian monks and the rolling stones. Part cultural history, part literary love letter and Part reluctant memoir, this is the tale of one bookseller and many, many books.
About the Author
Martin Latham has been a bookseller for thirty-five years. He has a PhD in Indian history, and taught at Hertfordshire University before turning to bookselling. He is proud to be responsible for the biggest petty-cash claim in Waterstones' history, when he paid for the excavation of a Roman bath-house floor under his bookshop. Martin's other books include Kent's Strangest Tales and Londonopolis.