The Epping Bookshop

71 High Street Epping Essex CM16 4BA

Tel:01992 575849 email: epping-bookshop@btconnect.com

 

Local Authors

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Jill Barklem

Jill is a bestselling author/artist who has enthusiastically supported the bookshop since we opened. Her beautiful children's books sell worldwide. Epping Forest has been a great inspiration when drawing her incredibly detailed illustrations.

Summer Story, from the Seasons Collection, £6.99

Linda Newbery

Linda was educated at Epping Junior School and Loughton County High School. She has won many awards for her children's books, including the Costa Children's Book of the Year prize for her young adult novel Set In Stone.

She also wries for younger children - her Cat Tales are favories with our younger readers.

Lob by Linda Newbery £5.99

 

Rod Stewart

Rod and his family, who have a home in Epping, have long been bookshop customers. in 2012 Rod came to the bookshop for our biggest signing session ever!

"Ridiculously funny and astonishingly candid, Rod Stewart's memoir is the rock autobiography of the decade". ("Daily Mail")

Rod - The Autobiography £7.99 pbk

Robin Campbell

Robin is a University Professor of Primary Education. His academic interest is in the development of reading and writing of young children. Among the many books published have been Reading with Alice, Phonics Naturally and Reading Stories with Young Children. A change to the genre of fiction has led to Watching for Doodlebugs as his first story book.

Watching for Doodlebugs £6.99

Sarahjane Funnell

Sarahjane writes young children’s picture books and middle grade stories set in magical places and enchanted lands.

Her new title The Pet's Tea Party will be published in June

Pippa Knickerbocker Glory and the Ice Cream Castle £7.99

Jack Trelawny

Jack was born in Epping but has roots in Cornwall where his Kernowland series of children's adventures is set.

He has visited many schools locally where he presents a one hour 'edutainment' which the pupils love.

The last in the series is Kernowland: Colosseum of Dread £6.99

 

Victoria Robertson

Victoria Robertson has lived in Epping for 17 years. She is an active community member and often hosts charitable events for St Margaret's Hospital League of Friends.

Her book Swimming Through the Reeds is a self-help book is designed to assist each one of us to conquer our own particular problems, and Smile...

Swimming Through the Reeds £7.99

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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