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One Thousand Things
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Almost an Animal Alphabet
£11.99
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Dishoom: From Bombay with Love
£26.00
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Sip: 100 Gin Cocktails
£15.99
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Gender Swapped Fairy Tales
£20.00
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The Secret Life of Farts
£12.99
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News from Nowhere
£29.95
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Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls
£20.00
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In the Forest Pop-Up Book
£14.99
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This is Our World
£12.99
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One Sketch a Day: A Visual Journal
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Tim Walker: Story Teller
£49.95
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Illustrated The Secret Garden
£25.00
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Bookspeed Maps
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All the Ways to be Smart
£11.99
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The Mermaid Atlas
£14.99
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Oh No George!
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The Borough Market Cookbook
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Today I'm Strong
£12.99
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Illustrated The Jungle Book
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Illustrated Peter Pan
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A family-run business based out of Edinburgh, Bookspeed makes all kinds of books for all kinds of people. But what we love is its collection of richly illustrated books to inspire kids (and grown-ups who like to dream). The Little People, Big Dreams series, in particular, pores over the lives of extraordinary people, from Maya Angelou and Marie Curie to Frida Kahlo, and tells the stories of their extraordinary childhoods.