Food, glorious food! From classics from the likes of Elizabeth David or Ruth Rogers’ original The River Café Cookbook, to the very latest trends and seasonal treats from around the world. Pull up a chair and indulge in a world of flavour...
Our favourite children’s books are the ones we never forget. Whether it is astounding nature books, illustrated fairy tales and classics or very first treasuries of verse, these books are beautiful, life-long companions for all the years to come.
Our adoration for Sarah Perry's gothic masterpiece is absolute. Available now as a gorgeous, re-jacketed special edition, we thoroughly recommend that you too step into the myth that is The Essex Serpent. #BookOfTheYear [ Bit.ly Link ]
This morning we are enormously proud to announce that Sarah Perry’s gothic masterpiece The Essex Serpent has been crowned as our Waterstones Book of the Year 2016. The overwhelming choice by our booksellers, this gorgeously-crafted Victorian tale of superstition and science is a treasure we recommend to everyone. #BookOfTheYear
Is fashion your passion? Are you a budding thespian perhaps, or a wizard with a quick-as-a-flash sleight of hand? Whatever your interest, be it movie-making or expert baking, we’ve got everything you need to fan that creative spark.
Jenny Nimmo's The Snow Spider originally saw print in 1986 and its tale, weaved as it is with ancient folklore and magic, perhaps reflects more than any other the author’s kindred with her beloved Welsh landscape. Fittingly for such a wintery tale, Jenny has given us an insight on her five favourite snowy tales.