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Offers Week Ending 4 January 2019 Our Charity Books

 Support some of our favourite charities by buying one of these books.  We are offering bundles and the opportunity to donate more to the charity of your choice.

Buy all of them for £50

Buy any three for £28.00. Specify in the email which three you would like.



Would you just like to donate add a donation to your purchase?  You will be give the optioon of hwihc of our charities to support.



 Writes for Animals,
A modern day Little Red Riding Hood – as you have never seen her before. Read about war, about hate, and about love. Encounter the power of what-if moments, love that endures, lovers that got away and the effect of the choices we make in life.

The collection is written by established writers as well as writers making their debut.Profits from the sale of this book will be donated to Havens Hospices:
www.havenshospices.org.uk who help adults and children in Essex. Their message is simple, but one we should all heed. It’s about ‘making every day count.
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This anthology of inspiring true-life and engaging fictional stories will delight animal lovers everywhere.

All of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to two animal sanctuaries, one in England and one in Wales, and an animal rights organisation in Ireland.
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Everyone remembers what they were doing when the shocking news broke: when Kennedy was shot, when Princess Diana died and when the first plane crashed into the World Trade Centre on 9/11. Yet everyday lives continued with their own ups and downs. This collection shows us some of those possible stories and how they are gently connected with the day’s world shattering event.

A percentage of the author royalties will be donated to International Rescue Training Centre Wales (IRTCW), who provide search and rescue dogs to the Emergency services.
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Do you believe in angels? This collection of fictional short stories explores encounters with angels - in whatever form they take. Some stories are sad, some are funny; all will touch you. The collection includes a new story by Laura Wilkinson, author of "BloodMining" (winner of the Bridge House Debut Novel Competition 2010). The foreword is written by TV and Radio Presenter, Gloria Hunniford, and for every copy sold a donation will be made to her cancer charity: The Caron Keating Foundation - set up in her daughter's memory.
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The anthology was launched in June 2-10 at  the Hay-on-Wye festival. £1 from the sale of each book and a percentage of the author royalties go to the Born Free Foundation. The stories in the book further support the work of this charity by raising awareness of how wild animals belong in the wild.

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100 Stories for Haiti is a unique collection of stories bound together by paper and glue and massive amounts of hope. This is no ordinary book. One morning a writer woke up and decided, I must do something. Hundreds of talented authors worldwide sent him their stories and the result is an anthology that anyone can enjoy.
Sales od this book support the work of the Red Cross  world-wide.
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