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The Hungerford Bookshop

invites you to its annual Summer Reading Celebration


Join us inside the bookshop, outside in the courtyard behind us (weather permitting), and also inside Hungerford Printing Company for book banter, short author talks and bookseller recommendations over Pimms, wine & canapes. Plus we'll think up some other literary treats. Admission is £5. By booking/RSVPing in advance you will receive a £5 Book Token on the evening to spend.

Meet..
 
Veronica Henry
Escape to the glorious Somerset countryside with this joyful and uplifting story of family, love and hope from Sunday Times bestsellling author Veronica Henry.


Anne Youngson
Disarmingly truthful and narrated with a rare wit, Three Women and a Boat is a journey over the glorious waterways of England and into the unfathomable depths of the human heart by an inspirational new talent now in her seventies.

Elise Downing
Elise became the first woman and the youngest person to run a lap of the coast of Britain self-supported. In her inspirational book, that was long listed for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year, she tells us about her remarkable adventure.

And maybe more..
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June 21st: The bestselling author of Miss Austen, Gill Hornby, talks to Helena Kelly about her richly imagined  new novel Godmersham Park
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June 11th: Charlie Corbett talks about 12 Birds to Save Your Life: Nature's lessons in Happiness as part of The Well Read Mind at the Hub
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June 19th: Paperboat presents 'Words in the Wild' - award-winning nature writer Nicola Chester leads a one day creative writing workshop at Highclere, Newbury 
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June 29th: Catherine de Lange discusses what it means to have a healthy, happy brain. Get to know the factors that affect your brain function and the things you can actively do to improve it.
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Congratulations to local nature writer Nicola Chester!


We are huge fans of Nicola's writing - and have been for years. We are so pleased that she has won this prestigious literary prize. Richard Jefferies Society chairman Professor Barry Sloan, one of the panel of judges, said: "On Gallows Down is not only an eloquent celebration of nature and landscape and of their indispensable value for human mental and emotional health and well-being; it is also unsentimental and alert to the dangers that threaten wildlife and the open countryside, and shows the author’s own experiences of resistance to suggestions for more environmentally friendly land management. It will appeal to a wide readership both as a personal narrative and for its thoughtful reflections on the challenges facing the natural world". The paperback of On Gallow's Down will be available next month, so do place any pre-orders with us.


There are two places left for a nature writing workshop organised by Paperboat - so don't hang around if you's like to be inspired by this award-winning writer to produce your own work.

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