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 13
£ 27
13
NOT STARTED
Trevor Baxendale
Lot 107
£ 102
23
NOT STARTED
Neil Gaiman and David Mack
Lot 199
£ 18
9
NOT STARTED
George Mann
Lot 348
£ 37
17
NOT STARTED
Roland Moore
Lot 365
£ 31
17
NOT STARTED
Dave Rudden
Lot 369
£ 31
16
NOT STARTED
Una McCormack
Lot 370
£ 36
17
NOT STARTED
James Goss
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