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NON-FICTION BOOK OF THE MONTH

Wilding: The Return of Nature to a British Farm by Isabella Tree

Hardback, £20

This is the amazing and inspirational story of a visionary farming couple who turn their patch of barren arable wasteland in Sussex into a paradise, rich in wildlife. Each chapter deals with a different species which has come back – from the brink of...

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COUNTRY OF THE MONTH

Nature

Our theme of the month is nature. Despite the brief set-back, summer is very close now and it’s time to get outdoors, enjoy time in the garden, walk in the woods, discover wildlife, or dust down your bicycle for spin. This month we would...

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NOVEL OF THE MONTH

Whistle in the Dark by Emma Healey

Hardback, £12.99

In her last book, Elizabeth is Missing, which won he Costa first novel award, Emma Healey dealt with the agony, isolation and frustration of dementia, cleverly told through the medium of a detective story. Her new novel addresses teenage depression, and the strain and...

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TOP 10 DULWICH BOOKS BESTSELLERS LAST MONTH
  1. Death in Dulwich by Alice Castle

  2. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
  3. BBC Proms Guide 2018 by
  4. The Girl in the Gallery by Alice Castle
  5. Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney
  6. Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
  7. He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly
  8. Hot Milk by Deborah Levy
  9. A Higher Loyalty by James Comey
  10. Stories for Boys Who Dare to Be Different by Ben Brooks
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YOUNG ADULT BOOK OF THE MONTH

White Rabbit, Red Wolf by Tom Pollock

Paperback, £7.99

Peter is a teenage maths prodigy but he suffers from panic attacks, and an eating disorder. He finds comfort and solace in then logical world of maths, and the love of his mother and twin sister. But one violent event rocks his world and...

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PICTURE BOOK OF THE MONTH

Extraordinary Gardener by Sam Boughton

Hardback, £9.99

This is a charming story about the importance of nature, community, and believing in your dreams. Joe is a boy like any other, but living in a grey tower block he loves to imagine a different world full of plants and animals. One day...

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MIDDLE SCHOOL BOOK OF THE MONTH
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How to Bee by Bren Macdibble

Paperback, £6.99

Bees are in trouble. In an all-too-possible dystopian future, bees have disappeared. So children are employed to pollinate by hand with feather wands. 9 year-old Peony wants to be the best “bee” ever, until her …

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EVENTS

Beach Beneath The Street: 50 Years Since May ’68

This event is part of the Balham Literary festival in association with Wandsworth Fringe Festival and the Institut Francais.  2018 marks 50 years since the unrest of May ’68, when protests erupted around the world. In France, students and workers brought the economy to...

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Stephen Bayley on Taste: The Secret Meaning of Things

As Dulwich Picture Gallery launches its exhibition of work by Edward Bawden, who effortlessly pushed the boundaries between fine and commercial art while also exploring exciting new approaches to design, we consider the question of taste. Is there such thing as ‘the best’ taste?...

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