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40 Stories of Hope
Compiled by Catherine Butcher
This is a collection of 40 remarkable stories from prisoners, ex-prisoners and prison chaplains who speak powerfully about how they have found hope. Published by HOPE and CWR, 40 Stories of HOPE includes a foreword by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, plus prayers and Bible stories about Jesus. (25 books)
Hark!: The Biography Of Christmas
by Paul Kerensa
Award- winning comedy writer Paul Kerensa answers the festive questions you never thought to ask in this new book published by Lion. Did Cromwell help shape the mince pie? Was St Nicholas the first to use an automatic door? And did King Herod really have a wife called Doris? … perfect trivia questions to test the little grey cells this Christmas. (25 books)
The Girl with the Lost Smile
by Miranda Hart
The first children’s book from award-winning, bestselling author and comedian Miranda Hart… a story guaranteed to make you laugh and cry! With fabulous illustrations by Sainsbury’s Book of the Year winner, Kate Hindley. Published in hardback by Hachette. (25 books)
The Best Christmas Carols Album In The World…Ever!
Beautifully sung and recorded, this three-disc compilation from Integrity Music features 50 of the best-loved carols. It includes everything from ‘Away In A Manger’ to ‘Once In Royal David’s City’. There’s even a bit of ‘Ding Dong! Merrily On High’ thrown in for good measure. (20 three-disc CDs)
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