The latest studies suggest that New Zealand adult and children’s reading levels are lower on an international level than ever before. The solution? Experts say we simply need to read more.
The stresses of the holidays have passed and we can celebrate a New Year with the personal resolutions to do something new with our lives and the time we spend unwinding.
Why not implement a daily reading regimen to keep yourself – and the kids – on track and off of the devices.
Our top picks – both old and new – will easily keep readers of all ages enthralled for hours on end.
The latest offering from Jeff Kinney as an addition to his ever-popular series Diary of a Wimpy Kid comes in the form of Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Wrecking Ball.
This hilarious tale has received glowing reviews as the Heffley family work on renovating their home after receiving an inheritance.
Greg goes through a series of hilarious circumstances as they transition through a journey that includes the entire family.
It is available from Piccadilly Bookshop, which has a new store at The Crossing.
Local author Felicity M. Williams’ Ringlet and the Day the Oceans Stopped tells the tale of an ocean-dwelling mergirl and the fish and seafolk she lives amongst.
- A CLASSIC:
At Piccadilly Bookshop and The Clocks Bookshop you’ll find The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, a classic read fit for adult readers.
This American classic set in the roaring 20s in New York features the famed character Jay Gatsby in all of his glory.
However, through time and circumstance it is revealed that everything that glitters isn’t always golden.
- LATEST RELEASES:
For all of you Lee Child fans, Blue Moon is the latest instalment in the series that will leave all readers on the edge of their seats with a tale full of corruption and crime that only Lee Child can bring and an unseen plot twist that most modern books lack. Available from Piccadilly Bookshop.
Vegful by Nadia Lim will keep anyone who has resolved to be healthy and food conscious on the veggie-filled path.
This book is packed full of recipes that will inspire your cooking and enhance the vegetable offerings on your plate.
The food imagery and details will surely have your 2020 menu looking very bright, balanced and colourful.
What better way is there to start of a New Year and new you? Get it now from Piccadilly Bookshop and The Clocks Bookshop.
Guinness World Records 2020 is a great family book that will keep you entertained for the entire year.
This annual offering is the ultimate guide to record-breaking facts that are sure to impress readers of all ages.
Since its initial release in 1955, the book has boasted both human achievements and extremes of the natural world. Get your copy from Piccadilly Bookshop