• With over 420k followers on Twitter, The Didn’t Happen of the Year Awards exposes, celebrates and ridicules social media users who, shall we say, are prone to a little lying exaggeration. The book is filled with exclusive content including the real story behind Tom Zanetti and his supposed helicopter ride which was featured in The Mirror, as well as how the DHOTYA got brought up in UK Parliament.
  • Anna’s Family Kitchen is a fun family-friendly cookbook, which shares nutritious but minimal faff recipes with families across the country. Including more than 70 recipes, this book explores the variety of dishes you can bring to the table for any occasion. From lights bites to fakeaways and working smarter not harder in the kitchen, you can achieve fun and easy mealtimes every day.
  • Eat with Beder is a charity cookbook containing a unique collection of recipes and reflections from well known personalities and inspirational individuals across many industries including Steven Bartlett, Ella Mills, Joanna Lumley, Theo Paphitis, Giovanna Fletcher, Dame Kelly Holmes and many more to raise awareness around mental health and suicide prevention.
  • The Little Book of Seafood is a culinary creation containing a range of seafood recipes from chefs across the UK. Dive into this celebration of the most fabulous ways to cook fish, including Galton Blackiston’s Pan-Fried Wild Sea Bass and Scutchers Fillet of Wild Turbot.
  • Celebrating our amazing farmers and the food they produce, this timely and topical sequel highlights 40 of the UK’s most influential and innovative farms through their own fascinating stories and delicious recipes. Suitable for home cooks of any skill level, this book is also the perfect read for anyone who is interested in where their food comes from.
  • Very Hungry Greek brings you soul-satisfying recipes from all over the globe to sink your teeth into. Every dish is under 500 calories and almost all can be whipped up in 30 minutes at most, making this irresistible collection of ‘healthy food porn’ the perfect addition to any health-conscious kitchen. Discover for yourself that you don’t have to sacrifice flavour to eat better.
  • When a young boy called Ben and his dog, Ted, discover Bluey the Shark washed up on the beach, they start on a magical journey which leads them to uncover the truth about the huge impact humans are having beneath the waves. Encountering creatures of all shapes and sizes, from tiny crabs to giant squids, the unlikely team embark an adventure full of fun, drama and mystery, as they battle to save the oceans we all love.
  • Dirty

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    Dirty is a book about messy food you can have fun with. Full of shameless junk food recipes, most of which you can make in under 30 minutes, this book is perfect for hosting parties, making super easy comfort food at home, or the day after the night before when you’ve had a few too many drinks.
  • Eat, Share, Love is a unique collection of 91 beautiful recipes and the compelling personal stories behind them. This timely cook book features mouth-watering dishes from often under-represented cuisines and the memories attached to them, from romances to family gatherings. All the proceeds from this book will go to the award-winning charity 91 Ways to Build A Global City.
  • The Green Rocket Cookbook is a treasure trove of more than 80 tried and tested vegan recipes that have been developed with flavour at their core. From breakfasts to store cupboard staples, it’s full of diverse flavours and global inspiration with plenty of gluten-free options. Whether you follow a plant-based diet or not, this book is packed with flavourful food that will surprise and delight.
  • The Amazing Troll-Man is a collection of hilarious exchanges between one man with a mission to make us laugh and unsuspecting Facebook users with petty complaints to air. Wesley Metcalfe, aka The Amazing Troll-Man, has a combined following of over 300k across social media thanks to his unique brand of comedy, spoofing companies’ customer service accounts with side-splitting results!
  • Galley is a unique new cookbook that will resonate with anyone who has a connection to the Royal Navy, as well as keen cooks who enjoy entertaining and cooking restaurant-quality food. It shines a light on the incredible skill and talent found within this demanding industry, thanks to the contributions of 20 professional chefs - all with a connection to the Royal Navy - who have shared their recipes and career journeys. The book also features a foreword by The Princess Royal, patron of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity, and a recipe by Michel Roux Jr. It’s pages are packed with insights into Navy life and traditions, from the strictly observed toasts of Trafalgar Night, commemorating Lord Admiral Nelson’s victory in battle, to the story of how a handwritten recipe book by a naval chef in World War II came to light. Galley offers inspiration and information in a book like no other that supports a highly deserving cause.
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