Penguin Books For The Month Of October
LONGER NIGHTS…MEAN MORE TIME TO READ!
Settle down for the longer nights with these thoroughly enjoyable reads:
Lee Evans’ The Life of Lee, Rob Brydon’s Small Man in a Book, Jeremy Paxman’s Empire and Clarkson’s Round the Bend. http://newsletters.penguin.co.uk/go.php?/bPEN001/q3NYKB2F/x14JLB2F
THE HELP, NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE
http://newsletters.penguin.co.uk/go.php?/bPEN001/qUWGTB2F/x14JLB2F. Enter a vanished and unjust world: Jackson, Mississippi, 1962. Where black maids raise white children, but aren’t trusted not to steal the silver… The Help is an unforgettable read.
JAMIE’S GREAT BRITAIN
http://newsletters.penguin.co.uk/go.php?/bPEN001/qUN72B2F/x14JLB2F Go on a culinary tour of Britain with Jamie’s Great Britain, celebrating the essence of British food, done properly, that puts a smile on your face.
JAMIE OLIVER FOOD GUIDE APP
http://newsletters.penguin.co.uk/go.php?/bPEN001/qL5Y2B2F/x14JLB2F The Jamie Oliver Food Guide App is now available in the iTunes store and offers a definitive guide to finding the best places to eat, shop and visit in Great Britain.
CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF CHARLES DICKENS
http://newsletters.penguin.co.uk/go.php?/bPEN001/qCNGBB2F/x14JLB2F Claire Tomalin’s definitive Charles Dickens: A Life paints an unforgettable portrait of Dickens, capturing brilliantly the complex character of his great genius.