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Join us LIVE!

Join us LIVE!

We’re excited to announce that Books2Door is going live! 

For one day only, on Thursday 24th June, we're teaming up with independent children's book publisher, Sweet Cherry Publishing for an exclusive LIVE event on Instagram

Taking over their social account will be Gemma Barder, author of the popular and modern Jane Austen’s series.

What’s the collection all about?

There’s everything you would expect when it comes to classic British literature in this set. Jane Austen’s most popular titles such as Pride and Prejudice or Emma, not to mention Sense and Sensibility. The great thing is that these books provide a modern twist to a set of novels that have been adapted to suit children aged between 7-9. The Complete Jane Austen Classics 8 Book Collection is ideal for increasingly confident readers who are seeking interesting plots and stories to build on their imagination. Many of the titles may be familiar to parents and these could be a starting point when choosing the first book to read, from an impressive 8 in the series with a variety in storylines. There’s a brief history lesson that’s fun too! Children will go back in time and be able to envisage the picturesque British countryside as well as what it was like to live in the early 19th throughout the Georgian era of society. 

Here's how to get involved in the LIVE event:

  • Head over to our Instagram on Thursday 24th June 
  • Join us at either 10:00am or 4:00pm (both sessions are the same, kids welcome!)
  • When you’re logged into your account, look for our profile with a colorful ring around it and the word Live
  • Get involved and have your questions answered by Gemma. Ask us a question or leave a comment! 

Event attendees have the chance to WIN one of 5 signed box sets by Gemma Barder herself. Take a sneak peek here.



A unique discount code with 15% off all Sweet Cherry Books to be used on our website will be posted at the end of the event. But be quick, the discount is only valid for 24 hours!
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