Put the kettle on, and snuggle up with these top reads... all available from WHSmith at Greenwich Shopping Park.
Posted on March 20, 2015
This simple but hilarious book has been a pop culture sensation, with a tale of a bear that has lost his hat. Perfect for reading out loud to the kids but secretly enjoying yourself. Because we’re all big kids deep down anyway.
Still not read it? Then it’s time to visit WHSmith at Greenwich Shopping Park. Right now. This book is just as hilariously unlikely as its predecessor The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window And Disappeared and tells the tale of Nombeko Mayeki, a girl from Soweto, South Africa, who is destined for big things.
This fourth book about Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon takes us to the streets of Florence, Italy, for a classic race-against-the-clock caper. Dante Alighieri’s Renaissance book Inferno takes a central role in this tale, which is full to the brim of religious imagery. Why’s it so great? Because it’s Dan Brown doing what Dan Brown does best.
We all know of her. But do we know her? This book talks us through the girl behind the phenomenon, exploring her passion for education and her will to fight for it and for girls in Pakistan – the fight that led her to being awarded with the 2014 Nobel Peace Price.
The film adaptation of Flynn’s engrossing thriller was a box office hit in late 2014, and the book is every inch as compelling as its silver screen counterpart. With twists, turns and a frank look at the media circus that erupts when a loved one goes missing, this novel will grip you from page to page.
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