Keep the Kids Entertained this Summer with the Book People
GODALMING, England, July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Now that the summer school holidays are upon us, parents up and down the country are fretting about how to keep them busy - but thankfully, the Book People are on hand with great deals on children's books and much more besides.
This summer, the Book People - one of Britain's leading independent book retailers - are offering great savings on a whole host of top books for children and adults alike. At the Book People's online store, there are all sorts of puzzle and activity books for young children to choose from. What's more, these books are available from the bargain price of just £2.99.
There's also a children's activity pack currently available for download - totally free of charge - from the Book People's website. Containing a variety of fun puzzles and games, it's ideal for keeping young children entertained this summer.
"As any parent will know, it often seems that no sooner have the summer holidays started than the kids are already complaining of being bored," said Ryan Barham, editor at the Book People. "That's why we've put together this great activity pack and we're also offering such a wide range of children's books at such low prices."
There are also top teen fiction books currently on offer at the Book People, including The Fault in Our Stars by John Green - nominated for the 2014 Queen of Teen award - which is priced at only £3.99.
And if that wasn't enough, there's also a three-for-two offer available on all books in the Book People's summer reading shop - so whether you're planning a family summer getaway or you want to make sure your children have something to read on those inevitable British rainy days, there's sure to be something that fits the bill.
To find out more about what the Book People have to offer this summer, simply pay a visit to the website at http://www.thebookpeople.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CategoryDisplay?storeId=10001&catalogId=10051&langId=100&categoryId=133215&topCatId=133215.
SOURCE the Book People