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Books of the month for December

General Fiction: Lily King – Euphoria

British Crime: Karen Perry – Only We Know

Tough Crime: Paul Doiron – Poacher's Son

Science Fiction: Linda Nagata – The Red: First Light

Fantasy: Susan Murray – The Waterborne Blade

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Jonathan Wood – Yesterday's Hero

Classic of the Month: Jerome K. Jerome – Three Men in a Boat

Teen reading: Nicola Yoon – Everything, Everything

Lily King – EuphoriaKaren Perry – Only We KnowPaul Doiron – Poacher's SonLinda Nagata – The Red: First LightSusan Murray – The Waterborne BladeJonathan Wood – Yesterday's HeroJerome K. Jerome – Three Men in a BoatNicola Yoon – Everything, Everything

Storytelling for Children, 28th November at The English Bookshop in Uppsala

A pony can go to the beach. And take her friends too.
But an elephant is not allowed on the bus.

Exploring recreation and regulation in the last story time of 2015.
Eleven o’clock, on Saturday 28th November at the English Bookshop in Uppsala.

Noni the Pony goes to the beach by Alison Lester

You can’t take an Elephant on the Bus by Patricia Cleveland-Peck and David Tazzyman

Noni the Pony goes to the beach by Alison Lester You can’t take an Elephant on the Bus by Patricia Cleveland-Peck and David Tazzyman

Dr Who Adventure Trail

Doctor Who Adventure Trail

UPPSALA | Sunday 22nd Nov at 14:00

Fun, running and saving the planet (and remember – don’t blink, there might be monsters). The afternoon begins with a mission to save the day, and a walk about town, and we finish with a traditional tea, talk and quiz.

Time: Sunday 22 November 14:00 (tea at 16:30)
Place: The English Bookshop, Uppsala
Cost 60 kr, get your ticket today!
Reason: We’ll have a blast!

Limited number of participants – get your ticket today!

Dress up as your ­favourite character – or monster! Fabulous prizes to be won.

The English Bookshop celebrates 20 years

The English Bookshop celebrates 20 years

UPPSALA & STOCKHOLM | Wednesday 18th November

20 years - 20 percent off everythingSince The Uppsala English Bookshop first opened up its doors to the public that November day in 1995, a lot has happened: bigger (and bigger!) venue, a second shop opened in Stockholm, several reading groups and ­becoming a natural part of daily life in Uppsala.

On Wednesday 18th November we kick off the celebrations with 20% off everything and extra late opening hours with anniversary parties in both the Uppsala and Stockholm shops. Drop in at any time after six to mingle, enjoy snacks, drinks, and extra festivities.

The anniversary 20% discount is valid all day Wednesday in Stockholm, and all week until Sunday in the Uppsala shop.

The anniversary celebrations continue all week in Uppsala with: 
Tea and cake daily! • Goodie bags! • Surprises! • Quizzes! • Fabulous prizes! • Special offers!

Come and help us make our 20th anniversary an event to remember!

Storytelling for Children, 14th November at The English Bookshop in Uppsala

A pig in school and a dinosaur in the bath-tub?
Stories of disorder to enjoy at eleven o’clock, on Saturday 14th November at the English Bookshop in Uppsala.

There’s a dinosaur in my bathtub by Catalina Echeverri Rufus goes to School by Kim T Griswell

Breakfast Talk: Ann-Marie Vinde on Emily Dickinson

Breakfast Talk: Ann-Marie Vinde on Emily Dickinson

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 26 Nov 09:00
Breakfast Talk: Ann-Marie Vinde on Emily Dickinson
(tickets for sale in the Stockholm bookshop)

What could be better than poetry and breakfast on a cold November morning?

Poetry Afternoon Tea

Poetry Afternoon Tea

UPPSALA | Poetry Afternoon Tea, Sun 15 th Nov 16:30 (ticketed)

Knowing that the only thing to beat tea and sympathy is tea and poetry, we give you: Poetry Afternoon Tea!

Books of the month for November

General Fiction: Helen Oyeyemi – Boy, Snow, Bird

British Crime: Denzil Meyrick – Whisky from Small Glasses : A D.C.I. Daley Thriller

Tough Crime: Tom Cooper – The Marauders

Science Fiction: Ramez Naam – Nexus (Nexus ARC #1)

Fantasy: Kameron Hurley – Mirror Empire (Worldbreaker Saga 1)

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Ferrett Steinmetz, Steven Meyer-Rassow (illustrator) – Flex ( Mancer #1)

Classic of the Month: Truman Capote – In Cold Blood

Teen reading: Marthe Jocelyn – What We Hide

Helen Oyeyemi – Boy, Snow, BirdDenzil Meyrick – Whisky from Small Glasses : A D.C.I. Daley ThrillerTom Cooper – MaraudersRamez Naam – Nexus (Nexus ARC #1)Kameron Hurley – Mirror Empire (Worldbreaker Saga 1)Ferrett Steinmetz, Steven Meyer-Rassow (illustrator) – Flex ( Mancer #1)Truman Capote – In Cold BloodMarthe Jocelyn – What We Hide

Mystery Writing Workshop in Uppsala

Mystery Writing Workshop in Uppsala

WORKSHOPS IN UPPSALA | Starting Mon 16th Nov

Do you want to write a Nordic noir, a spine-tingler or a cozy crime novel? Join our mystery writing workshop, led by James van Loon, author of Blue Magic Woman.

Halloween Storytelling for Children, Saturday 31st October in Uppsala

Come for some slightly spooky stories to celebrate Halloween.
Dress up if you dare!

11 o'clock, Saturday 31st October in the Uppsala shop.

  • The Funny Little Woman by Arlene Mosel and Blair Lent

The Funny Little Woman by Arlene Mosel and Blair Lent

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