BOOKS: Win a whole year's reading
Sunday 18 April 1999
To celebrate World Book Day, the Independent on Sunday has a year's worth of books to give away to 10 readers: a book a month, fiction and non-fiction, hardback and paperback, adults' and children's titles, to take you up to World Book Day 2000.
The titles are:
Fish by Sophie Grigson and William Black (Headline)
Birthday Letters by Ted Hughes (Faber)
The Tulip by Anna Pavord (Bloomsbury)
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J K Rowling (Bloomsbury)
Chasing the Mountain of Light by Kevin Rushby (Constable)
Ex-Libris: Confessions of a Common Reader by Anne Fadiman (Penguin)
The Year 1000 by Robert Lacey and Danny Danziger (Little, Brown)
Soup & Beyond: Soups, Beans and Other Things by The New Covent Garden Soup Company (Macmillan)
Goggle Eyes by Anne Fine (Penguin)
Nathaniel's Nutmeg by Giles Milton (Hodder)
Tulip Fever by Deborah Moggach (Heinemann)
Hens Dancing by Raffaella Barker (Review)
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