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Announcing the Foyles Books of the Year 2021

Written by Foyles Digital Team on . Posted in General Promotions, Christmas, Christmas Promotion, Seasonal Promotions

Dear Affiliates,

We're delighted to announce our Books of the Year 2021: our three ultimate recommendations across Fiction, Non-Fiction and Children's Books, drawn from a year of reading and championing books. We're confident they'll captivate and charm your customers as much as they have us, and we're very proud to share them with you.

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Foyles Fiction Book of the Year 2021: Assembly by Natasha Brown

A slim, punchy debut novel that received the praise of Bernardine Evaristo, Diana Evans and Olivia Sudjic, Assembly follows a successful Black British woman as she prepares for a life-changing party at her moneyed boyfriend's family house—yet questioning what it means for her to ‘make it’ in a country with a colonial past. A literary hand grenade with not a sentence spare, for fans of topical, immersive storytelling.

We're offering an exclusive numbered edition of Assembly, signed by the author and numbered out of just 1000, with gold foil finish.!!!id!!!&clickref=&p=,natasha-brown-2369537079506

Foyles Non-Fiction Book of the Year 2021: Nina Simone's Gum by Warren Ellis

Warren Ellis, composer and member of The Bad Seeds, once collected a piece of chewed gum left behind by Nina Simone—keeping it for years, until it was time to share it with the world. Nina Simone's Gum is a chronicle of this odyssey: a one-of-a-kind true story of reverence, and people brought together by the desire to create something beautiful.

Nina Simone's Gum is available signed by author Warren Ellis, with a signed limited print music fans and collectors will love.!!!id!!!&clickref=&p=,warren-ellis-(faber)-2369537082186

Foyles Children's Book of the Year 2021: The Little Wooden Robot and the Log Princess

The picture book debut of award-winning cartoonist Tom Gauld, The Little Wooden Robot and the Log Princess is a moving, visually stunning fairy tale of what we do for the ones we love, perfect for children age 3-7. The Log Princess has a secret: every night as she falls asleep, she turns into a log. One day she gets carted off in a woodpile by mistake—sending her valiant brother, the Little Wooden Robot, on a magical adventure to bring her home.

Tom Gauld has drawn a gorgeous limited print exclusively for Foyles, featuring the book's characters and their names—ideal for children learning how to read or draw. Both print and book are signed by the author.!!!id!!!&clickref=&p=,tom-gauld-2369537080380

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Wishing you a successful holiday season!


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