Children in Read 2019

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The Annual Authors' & Illustrators' Auction For Children in Need
All Proceeds Go To The Children in Need Appeal
All P&P within the U.K. is completely free.
As the books are sent by the authors themselves there is no P&P applicable.  
If you wish to make a bid outside of the UK for a book, or have any other queries regarding the auction please email:
CinR2019@yahoo.com 
If you believe you have successfully bid for a book but not received a confirmation e-mail please check your Spam folder.
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Lot 53
£ 21
10
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Dr S Cohen-Hatton
Lot 72
£ 21
6
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Jill Dawson 2 books
Lot 95
£ 19
14
NOT STARTED
Eleanor Fitzsimons
Lot 101
£ 26
13
NOT STARTED
Deborah Frances-White
Lot 138
£ 20
11
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Leah Hazard
Lot 222
£ 51
25
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Simon Seabag Montefiore
Lot 231
£ 23
13
NOT STARTED
Clare Mulley
Lot 240
£ 10
5
NOT STARTED
Nuala O'Connor
Lot 248
£ 22
14
NOT STARTED
Anna Pasternak
Lot 253
£ 10
5
NOT STARTED
Vicky Phelan
Lot 275
£ 51
26
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Anna Sebba (2 Books)
Lot 309
£ 15
7
NOT STARTED
Hope Virgo
Lot 320
£ 18
11
NOT STARTED
Raynor Winn
Lot 322
£ 13
7
NOT STARTED
Brian Wood
Lot 332
£ 36
20
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Matt Lucas
Lot 338
£ 26
12
NOT STARTED
Phil Mews
Lot 357
£ 7
2
NOT STARTED
Helen Edwards
Lot 364
£ 13
8
NOT STARTED
Ronny Goodlass
Lot 374
£ 15
6
NOT STARTED
Rebecca Baudains
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