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This month, four cracking reads for the busiest book-buying time of the year.
Pinch of Nom by Kate and Kay Allinson
The healthy eating phenomenon that is Pinch of Nom returns with another hundred scrumptious recipes – from fakeaways to desserts – that are both tantalising to the taste buds and good for the waistline.
Enjoy more of the food you love. Never feel like you’re missing out, from all-day breakfasts to scrumptious desserts, with crowd-pleasing foody fests so satisfying and delicious you’d never guess they are also slimming-friendly.
Published by Pan Macmillan on December 8th
Grannysaurus by David Walliams
Bursting with David Walliams’ anarchic sense of fun and blessed with Adam Stower’s vibrant illustrations, Grannysaurus is a roar-some picture book about unpredictable grannies, dinosaur discos and staying up late.
A boisterously funny new festive release from the duo, this is perfect for young dinosaur fans!
Published by Harper Collins on December 8th
Never Give In: The 12 Commando Rules for Life by Scotty Mills
A sudden downpour while Scotty Mills was walking down a street in South London sent him diving for cover into the nearest shop. It turned out to be a recruitment centre for the Royal Marines and, after a few minutes’ conversation while waiting for the rain to stop, Scotty was hooked and signed up to join the elite force. It changed his life and set him on a new direction that would end up with him leading the Marines on operations around the world, becoming an Olympic flag bearer in 2012 and dining at Buckingham Palace with the Queen and the royal family.
Scotty shares his lessons of performance and resilience with the reader, inviting them into the secrets of elite culture. His compelling story is one that combines tragedy with remarkable insight about the power of human inspiration.
Published by Simon & Schuster on December 8th
Wild Women: A Collection of First-Hand Accounts from Female Explorers by Mariella Frostrup
A collection of the greatest women’s travel writing selected by journalist and presenter Mariella Frostrup.
From Constantinople to Crimea; from Antarctica to the Andes – throughout history, adventurous women have made epic, record-breaking journeys under perilous circumstances.
In curating this collection of first-hand accounts, broadcaster, writer and traveller Mariella Frostrup puts female explorers back on the map. Her selection includes explorers from the 1700s to the present day, from iconic heroines to lesser-known eccentrics, celebrating 300 years of wild women and their amazing adventures over land, sea and air.
Published by Head of Zeus on December 8th