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10 Julia Donaldson books including The Gruffalo £9.34 + £2.95 postage @ The Book People
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10 Julia Donaldson books including The Gruffalo £9.34 + £2.95 postage @ The Book People

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Posted 18th JanEdited by:"Carls305"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • £9.34 using the discount code, £10.99 otherwise, books included are:
  • The Gruffalo
  • The Gruffalo's Child
  • The Snail and the Whale
  • Room on the Broom
  • Monkey Puzzle
  • Cave Baby
  • The Paper Dolls
  • What the Ladybird Heard
  • The Troll
  • Tyrannosaurus Drip

    Delivery is £2.95 or free if you spend £25
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Lovely set for a child
Ordered and heat added. But FYI the price is £12.29
I don't get the point of books now with kindles and tablets. There bad for the environment as well as trees are needed for the paper. Just get a Kindle children's version, has all the books your ever need.
BargainBros19/01/2020 10:42

I don't get the point of books now with kindles and tablets. There bad for …I don't get the point of books now with kindles and tablets. There bad for the environment as well as trees are needed for the paper. Just get a Kindle children's version, has all the books your ever need.


Never had kids, have ya?
Bogami19/01/2020 12:52

Never had kids, have ya?


Yes, I do actually 4 &5 and they have never (and will never) have a book. They have a mobile and IPAD each and get all their reading done on them, there even better than me at tablets and phones now. Also saves cutting down trees so looking after their future planet.
Edited by: "BargainBros" 19th Jan
BargainBros19/01/2020 13:06

Yes, I do actually 4 &5 and they have never (and will never) have a book. …Yes, I do actually 4 &5 and they have never (and will never) have a book. They have a mobile and IPAD each and get all their reading done on them, there even better than me at tablets and phones now. Also saves cutting down trees so looking after their future planet.


Because the batteries for your phone and tablet grow in the trees... I hope not eveeyone looks after the environment like you
Edited by: "anpilogin" 19th Jan
Heat added. Love Julia Donaldson, nothing beats the contentment of a nipper leafing through a good book!
BargainBros19/01/2020 10:42

I don't get the point of books now with kindles and tablets. There bad for …I don't get the point of books now with kindles and tablets. There bad for the environment as well as trees are needed for the paper. Just get a Kindle children's version, has all the books your ever need.


Poor kids. Surely it's going to hurt their eyes staring at screens so often? Do they do all their writing and drawing on tablets too?! Nothing beats a real book.
aaarick19/01/2020 07:43

Ordered and heat added. But FYI the price is £12.29


I'll try and change it - I didn't add the postage bit it got changed for me!
The impact of tablets, including the hardware and software is damaging the planet; poor working conditions during manufacturing process, finite resources used for parts and non recyclable parts. Not to mention the poor quality batteries that require constant charging/replacing.
Reading when using 'blue light' and staring at artificial screens is bad for sleep and concentration.

Books can be read, donated, given away and loaned in a library. A device with thousands of components will only last 1 to 2 years before it is broke and technologically redundant. Go into any charity shop and you will find books that have been lovingly read time and time again.
Edited by: "gazzereth26" 30th Jan
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