Children in Read 2018

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Children in Read 2018 is the fourth on line auction of signed books supported by authors from all around the globe.
All proceeds are passed on to BBC Children in Need.

Where P&P shows Free of Charge the book will be sent to the winning bidder directly by the author.

Auction is open to U.K. residents only.
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Lot 3
£ 21
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Too Damn Nice : Kathryn Freeman
Lot 4
£ 44
19
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A Pocket Full of Crows : Joanne Harris MBE
Lot 21
£ 10
6
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Trio of Books: Jude Haste
Lot 23
£ 11
5
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The Great Chocoplot : Chris Callaghan
Lot 32
£ 41
22
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Take Nothing With You : Patrick Gale
Lot 35
£ 7
2
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The Ton's Most Notoriuos Rake : Sarah Mallory
Lot 56
£ 31
21
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Elizabeth The Queen And The Crown: Sarah Gristwood
Lot 66
£ 10
7
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The Last Summer : Judith Kinghorn
Lot 111
£ 12
7
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An Italian Summer : Fanny Blake
Lot 154
£ 21
11
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The Burning Chambers : Kate Mosse
Lot 156
£ 30
15
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The Lion Tamer Who Lost : Louise Beech
Lot 163
£ 52
18
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One Perfect Christmas : Paige Toon
Lot 182
£ 6
1
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Marika Cobbold
Lot 193
£ 10
4
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Girl in Red Velvet : Margaret James
Lot 216
£ 33
19
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Christmas Cakes & Mistletoe Nights:Carole Matthews
Lot 217
£ 37
19
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The Christmas Party : Carole Matthews
Lot 218
£ 37
29
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With Love At Christmas : Carole Matthews
Lot 219
£ 36
29
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Wrapped Up In You : Carole Matthews
Lot 233
£ 11
5
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Reach For The Stars : Kathy Jay
Lot 234
£ 7
3
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The Black Silk Purse : Margaret Kaine
Lot 235
£ 34
18
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Isabelle's Choice : AnneMarie Brear
Lot 237
£ 6
1
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The House on the Shore : Victoria Howard
Lot 239
£ 6
1
NOT STARTED
The Road Back : Liz Harris
Lot 242
£ 6
1
NOT STARTED
The Girl in the Painting : Kirsty Ferry
Lot 243
£ 11
7
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The Book of Love : Fionnuala Kearney
Lot 247
£ 13
6
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The Wedding Date ; Zara Stonely
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