Children in Read

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An Auction of signed books, donated by top authors from around the globe, to support Children in Need 2017.

Please allow £3.95 for postage & packaging if living in the UK or Europe.  Postage and packaging outside of Europe will vary.
P&P costs apply every two items.

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Lot 48
£ 8
3
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The Beauty Shop
Lot 51
£ 11
4
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The Roman Quests
Lot 81
£ 13
8
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Time Travelling with a Hamster
Lot 82
£ 9
4
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What Not to Do If You Turn Invisible
Lot 83
£ 6
1
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My Evil Twin is a Supervillain
Lot 84
£ 10
5
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The Secret History of Tom Trueheart 1st Edition
Lot 85
£ 7
2
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Grey Island Red Boat
Lot 210
£ 10
4
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Cogheart
Lot 211
£ 10
6
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Moonlocket
Lot 219
£ 9
4
NOT STARTED
Curse of the Werewolf Boy
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