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Walking in Winter Wonderlands: Holly Webb Picks Her Favourite Wintertime Children's Stories

Despite being known for much-loved wintertime animal stories such as Lost in the Snow and the new Christmas tale, The Snow Leopards, author Holly Webb isn't much of a fan of too much time spent out in the cold winter gloom, far better to be tucked up in the warm with a good book. We couldn't agree more, so we asked Holly to rustle up a few of her favourite winter reads for us and here are her selections; ideal if the weather looks non-too inviting and even better if you've a mug of hot chocolate to hand.

Matt Haig Recommends His Top 10 Christmas Reads

There can be few authors who so successfully capture the magic of Christmas as Matt Haig. Having gifted readers A Boy Called Christmas and The Girl Who Saved Christmas, this year he completes the trilogy with Father Christmas and Me. So, who better to choose the best books to make you feel festive? We sent Matt on a special Waterstones mission to the North Pole to collect a sackful of his top 10 favourite Christmas reads; here’s what he brought back with him.

Review of the Year 2014: Part Three

Review of the Year 2014: Part Three

Posted on 31st Dec, 2014 by Waterstones

In the third part of our round-up of the year, we take a look at the highlights from September through to December and prepare to turn the page on an excellent 2014. Here’s to leaping into the unknown and dusting off our bookshelves for a new year of brilliant books.

In My Craft or Sullen Art by Dylan Thomas

In My Craft or Sullen Art by Dylan Thomas

Posted on 27th Oct, 2014 by Dylan Thomas

To mark the Welsh poet's centenary, we thought we'd share a poem about his poetry.

Philip Pullman on Dylan Thomas

Philip Pullman on Dylan Thomas

Posted on 27th Oct, 2014 by Philip Pullman

Philip Pullman recalls the first time he read Dylan Thomas.

Review of the year - January to March

Over the next four weeks, we're looking at our highlights of 2013, starting with the first three months of the year...