Mother’s Day is now just around the corner, but there are sure to be a fair few people that are yet to get their mum a present. The Book People has the ideal solution though – buy any of its specially selected Mother’s Day books and receive a free gift bag to present it in.
The Book People has a wide variety of cheap books included in its special Mother’s Day offer and any one of them would certainly be a welcome treat for your mum, no matter where her interests lie. There are a total of 50 titles for you to choose from, with everything from fiction to cookbooks included in the list.
Many of the book seller’s best titles are available as well, such as Lorraine Pascale’s ‘Baking Made Easy’. Any mum’s that have an interest in baking will love this book as it’s full to the brim with delicious recipes for cakes, bread, tarts, pies and every other kind of sweet or savoury treat you could possibly think of. If your mum has more of an interest in sewing than baking, the book ‘Sewing In No Time’ by Emma Hardy is likely to be better suited to her. This book has 50 easy-to-follow sewing designs that can even be used by newcomers to the craft.
If your mum is in the process of dropping a dress size or two, why not pick her up a copy of ‘Dance to the Musicals’ by Arlene Phillips, which should help in making her calorie-burning efforts much more enjoyable. Anita Shreve’s ‘Rescue’ would be ideal if your mum is more interested in reading fiction – the book tells the gripping story of Peter and Sheila, a couple desperately fighting for their relationship despite troubled pasts on both sides.
Lindsay Eyers of the Book People said: “Mother’s Day is a chance to let your mum know just how much she means to you, so we at the Book People have pulled out all the stops in assembling an amazing selection of Mother’s Day books that any mum would love. To put a smile on your mum’s face this Sunday, why not pick from one of the many choices available today?”
The offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other deals and one bag will be provided per book. To see the range, visit The Book People now.