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Novels for November

Emma And I

We have added another 58 new titles to Calibre's library this November - the 52 brand new titles for adults include Shirley William's autobiography Climbing the Shelves (010447), Virginia Ironside's No! I Don't Need Reading Glasses (010489) John G Brandon's A Scream in Soho (010591), Benjamin Black's The Silver Swan (010691) and Watching the Ghosts (010725) by Kate Ellis. Sure to be popular are Sheila Hocken's story Emma and I (010546) about the difference a dog made to her as a blind person, Terry Wogan's Wogan's Twelve (010674) and a number of new additions written by Calibre Patron Simon Brett including Blotto, Twinks and the Riddle of the Sphinx (010689). Lots more books too to keep you entertained on a damp day outdoors.

 We have added 6 more titles to our Young Calibre library. The Spy Who Loved School Dinners (617296) by Pamela Butchart souns intriguing!  

All digital titles are now available on USB memory stick, MP3 CD or via streaming.

Some of our carefully chosen new titles are commercially produced audio books which we edit in our sound studios into Calibre format including creating 10 minute tracks for your ease of listening. Other books are high quality digital recordings made by our team of highly skilled and very dedicated volunteer narrators.

Click on the New Books page for a full listing of November's new books, including links to the library where you will find a synopsis of each title, the reader's name and further information.

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