Staying At La Villa Hotel Nice Promenade

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Last month John and I got the chance to have a couple of days away, just the two of us. We haven't been away without the kids for over 10 years so we were excited at the idea of going abroad but had no idea where to choose. After lots of research we chose Nice, France. We had no idea what to expect, if three days in Nice was enough but we went with it. We browsed so many hotels but we found a little gem on and we instantly fell in love with it. 

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Back To School With Books2Door

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I’ve said it before but September really is my favourite month. September reminds me that my favourite time of year is on the way. Autumn is just around the corner, we will soon be visiting Alton Towers for Oktoberfest, then before we know it we will be pumpkin picking, setting off fireworks and then Christmas will soon be here. Working in an Education setting also means that September is the beginning of a new school year for me. I really enjoy meeting the new children, getting to know them and preparing for our school year together.

A selection of books on a book shelf

However I haven’t always liked September, when I was a child September meant back to school with the uncertainty of a new teacher, new classroom and possibly even new friends. So September can be a nervous and anxious time for some and whilst teachers and carers will do all they can to settle children into their new routine, as a parent we can also help them before September arrives.

Whether our little ones are starting nursery, reception, going into a new school year in primary school, starting secondary school, sixth form, college or even university we can help them and prepare them for their new adventure ahead.

If our little ones are nervous or anxious about what lies ahead we can talk to them but also reading stories can be a huge help. Books2Door have a lovely range of books and resources that can help children prepare for the new school year. These are a few of my favourites.

Lucy and Tom at School

Lucy and Tom at School by Shirley Hughes
Lucy has her school things ready. She has a new grey skirt, a pair of brown shoes, a pencil case and a satchel. Tom wishes that he had a satchel too. Full of warmth and good humour, the happy simplicity of childhood is captured in this richly illustrated, classic picture book about two young children’s first experience of school.

starting school book

Starting School by Allan Ahlberg
Following a number of children's first experiences, this picture book takes children right from their very first day to the end of the school year. This reassuring read will support even the most nervous school-starter, exploring each emotion, from fear to excitement, with care. The perfect read to start a conversation about any pre-school nerves, packed with playful illustrations and easy to understand explanations. This is a book that you'll want to read again and again - far beyond the last day of the school year.

No Worries : Your Guide To Starting Secondary Schoo

No Worries : Your Guide To Starting Secondary School by Jenny Alexander
No Worries is the ultimate secondary school survival guide, with tips, quizzes and jokes to help children prepare. What if I've got the wrong stuff? What if I don't fit in? What if the older kids are horrible to me? Starting secondary school can be an exciting time - it's a great adventure but sometimes, before you go, you can get a touch of the 'what ifs'. You may be feeling anxious or stressed about leaving primary school. No Worries is full of information about going up from primary to secondary school and covers all of the big worries and anxieties. With practical hints and tips, jokes and quizzes for finding your way around, making new friends, social media and staying on top of homework, this fully-revised edition of Going Up! is the essential no-worries guide to starting secondary school.

These are just a few of my personal favourites however you can browse a whole range of books by searching Back to School

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- A huge range of books from best selling authors and offering bestselling titles 
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Have you started to prepare your little ones for September?  Leave us a comment below and let us know.


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Back To School With Smiggle

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Smiggle is our go to place when little J needs new school essentials, stationary, quirky squashies or fidget toys. Little J will be back at school soon after his Summer break. When he returns he will be wearing his new Winter uniform and this is the perfect time to upgrade his lunch box, water bottle and stationary.

Smiggle back to school essentials

We are lucky we have a Smiggle store in town however we also looked online to purchase little J's back to school essentials. The website is really easy to use with labels and categories to make your browsing experience easier. There is usually a sale section too which is perfect to pick up a bargain. 

Little J has a packed lunch for school and he prefers the Smiggle Double Decker lunch bag. If you want a bag with lots of space then I would definitely recommend a double decker. The top can be opened using the zip to reveal a shallow compartment. This is ideal for snacks or even an ice pack if needed. The bottom is spacious and could fit a large lunch in and/or a water bottle.

Smiggle Game Over Lunch Bag

Smiggle Game Over Lunch Bag

Little J chose the Gamer double decker lunchbox. The base is designed like a video console controller and has a retro feel to it with the top layer similar to an arcade game. 

It's a hand held lunchbox and doesn't come with an over the shoulder strap. 

Smiggle Kick water bottle

We go through so many water bottles with little J. He either loses them or breaks them but we have always found the Smiggle bottles last the longest. Little J chose the Kick drink bottle which has a flip top spout and a classic football design. 

Both the Gamer and Kick design have other items in their ranges including backpacks and pencil cases. 

Dinosaur pencil case

Dinosaur pencil case

There is a huge range of pencil cases available at Smiggle but little J really liked a pencil case that he has already had in the past which he uses at home so wanted the same for his desk in school. It is the Dino Character Pocket Pencil Case. He likes this case as it has two compartments which he uses to separate his felt tips and pencils. It has dinosaur spike detail and a squishy feel which little J loves. 

For store locator, opening times or to browse the back to school selection visit Smiggle


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Everything You Need To Know About Estival El Dorado Holiday Resort

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When it comes to booking a holiday, we are always very cautious, as holidays are just so expensive. We usually make sure that wherever we go it has either been recommended to us or scores very high on TripAdvisor, even then we still worry that it may not meet our expectations. In the past, we have been lucky to always choose a holiday that has met our needs and we’ve always had a great time. Browsing holidays is always a minefield there is so much choice and as we are a family of three adults and one child finding accommodation is quite tough and in some places, it almost doubled the cost as it added an extra room. After hours of searching, we stumbled across Estival El Dorado on Jet2 Holidays. It looked perfect. There was a choice of a family room which looked big enough for us all, the complex looked stunning and it was reasonably priced compared to others that we’d seen. It seemed too good to be true, however, a quick look at some reviews and I knew instantly that this was something I wanted to book with the overall TripAdvisor rating of 4.5 out of five from nearly 2,000 reviews. 

pool at estival el dorado

Estival El Dorado is a Hotel, Sports and Spa holiday resort based close to Cambrils town, Spain. It's extremely quiet but only a short walk or taxi ride from Cambrils and then further on Salou. Estival El Dorado Hotel, Sports and Spa resort is suitable for all the family. 

entrance to estival el dorado

Check In
On arrival we were were greeted by a friendly receptionist who spoke very good English. She showed us a map of the resort, including our accommodation block, where we could grab some lunch as it was lunch time and gave us our all inclusive bands. She explained how our all inclusive worked and gave us some general information about the resort.

Rooms are usually ready around 2pm on check in day. 

standard room at estival el dorado

standard room at estival el dorado

standard room at estival el dorado

standard room at estival el dorado

standard room at estival el dorado

There are two main accommodation buildings located within the complex numbered 1 and 2. We were located in building two, and all the amenities and facilities were no more than a five minute short walk away, including the beach.

Our accommodation was a family room. This consisted of two standard rooms with an interconnecting door in between. The rooms where really spacious, clean and modern up-to-date. If felt like we had booked a Crown Plaza or Hilton as the rooms had that type of feel to it especially in the bathroom with lots of toiletries.

A standard room has two large single beds push together to make a double and there was also a single bed underneath which could be pulled out should it be needed. We had one full hanging wardrobe space plus four large shelves, one which included a large safe. 

There was a desk, chair, drawer and another cupboard. There was a separate unit with a drawer, tea and coffee making facilities and a fridge underneath.

The bathroom had separate a toilet, walk in shower and sink. There are no baths in standard rooms. 

The balcony was quite spacious with two chairs, a table and a clothes dryer. There are walls either side of the balcony so we were not overlooked at all.

The interconnecting room next door was the exact same, so as you can imagine, this was a really spacious accommodation for three adults and one child

All Inclusive
We chose to book the all-inclusive package as we thought this was better value for money. We’ve been on all-inclusive holidays before and we know that they have restricted times for snacks, ice creams and only serve cheaper local beers and wines but we were happy with that. However, we were pleasantly surprised that the all-inclusive at the Estival El Dorado felt completely different. 

Meals are served in the main restaurant. 
Breakfast is served between 7:30am and 10:30am
Lunch between 1pm and 3pm
Evening meal between 7:30pm and 10pm

The buffet style meals offered a choice of hot and cold foods at every meal time, salads, meats, fish and a wide variety of gluten free options too. Plenty of choice even for fussy eaters. 

The children's section offered pizza, chips, burgers, fish as well as anything from the main buffet. 

Desserts where always a hit with a huge choice of cakes, sweets, ice cream and fruit.

Drinks are self service and included tea, coffee, fresh juices, water and soft drinks. Sangria and Estrella beer are on tap and you can just pour yourself. You could choose to have wine also which is brought to your table, or you could pour the local branded wines yourself from a machine.

If however, you did not feel like you wanted to eat in the main restaurant there is a snack bar which is located at the splash park pool. This is open 11am till 8pm every day. It offers a wide range of hot and cold foods, fresh fruit and desserts again. All drinks are self-service including the beer Estrella and sangria. You can also ask for any cocktails or drinks and they will make them for you to you as part of your all-inclusive package. Cocktails included PiƱa Colada, Mojito and more. You can also enjoy other drinks but they will be charged. However we found they pretty much covered every drink we wanted, even Baileys so didn't need to buy any. 

There is also an option to fill cones and tubs of crisps, chips, toasties and pizzas at the snack bar and take them to you sun lounger. You cannot take plates of food you have to use the paper cones and tubs. 

Ice cream is available all day, every day. All you need to do is go to main bar or snack bar and you will be presented with a box, full of Walls  branded ice creams such as mini milks, cornettos, feasts and other lolly ices. 

There really was no limit to how much food and drink you could consume at Estival El Dorado. I felt we were not given cheaper versions of drinks or ice creams, which we have sometimes received elsewhere. Really thought it was the best choice for us and would definitely recommend it to others considering all inclusive.

sports bar at estival el dorado

sports bar at estival el dorado

bar area at estival el dorado
bar area at estival el dorado

As well as the main restaurant, snack bar and main bar there is also a Sports Bar on site. The Sports Bar shows live sport events or highlights all day. It’s quite spacious inside with a fully stocked bar and again it is included on your all-inclusive.

There are 3 pool areas at the Estival El Dorado. Each pool has something different and would depend what you are looking for. Firstly all pools open at 10am to around 8pm. There are plenty of sun loungers. There is no panic of a morning to pop your towel on a lounger as there is enough for everyone and no matter what time of day you head to the pool you will get a lounger. Umbrellas are not really needed around the pools as the trees provide natural shade areas which we found really good.

sports pool at estival el dorado

The Sports pool is a large pool including two swimming lanes. It is located by the main reception area. It has a separate baby pool. 

As well as sun loungers the Sports pool has day beds situated alongside the edge of the pool, which I would say if you did want a day bed then you would probably have to get there a little earlier than opening. However they seemed pretty pointless to us so we decided a normal sun lounger was ideal for us. The sports pool is around about 1.2 to 1.4m deep.

splash park pool at estival el dorado
splash park pool at estival el dorado

splash park pool at estival el dorado

The Splash Park pool is another large pool and is where we spent most of our time. It includes a lazy river, Jacuzzi bubbles and a Splash Park with slides alongside. 

The Splash Park pool is quite deep and ranges from 1.4 to 1.6m, which at times was really difficult as I was unable to stand up and neither could little J. It normally wouldn't be an issue however it is where the Entertainments team do most of the activities such as Water Polo and Water Basket.  

Little J and I could not join in with these activities as we couldn’t stand up and it was pretty pointless being involved. It does go shallower along the lazy river which is a nice addition to the pool and was able to give our legs a rest.

The Jacuzzi has plenty of space to sit and it was never overcrowded. The bubbles come on intermittently so you just need to keep an eye out. They are not off for longer than 10 minutes.

splash park  at estival el dorado

splash park  at estival el dorado

splash park  at estival el dorado
Alongside the pool is the Splash Park. Here you will find a shallow pool and a 4 slides. It never felt particularly busy or overcrowded at any time.  Although probably just for kids we did see some adults going down with smaller children. Little J really enjoyed it and said it was lots of fun.

Speaking of fun when you’re on holiday, you would usually bring balls, lilos, bucket and spades to enjoy in the pool, however these are not permitted in the pools at all. To be honest we didn’t miss playing with a ball at all as there was so much to do and I often think lilos take up too much spcae in the pool. If you do decide to take a ball, lilo or rubber ring you’ll be quickly told to remove it by one of the various lifeguards around the pool.

There is a shop on site which will also remind you of this rule. It does sell pool toys but the signs clearly do state if you want to buy them and use them you will have to go to the beach.

activity board at estival el dorado

activity board at estival el dorado
The Entertainment Team
There is plenty of entertainment at Estival El Dorado.  Miniclub for younger guests, Maxiclub for slightly older, then adults separately. Daytime entertainment is mainly around the splash pool. However, there are also activities that take place in the clubs for the specific age ranges. Everything is highlighted on boards around the resort so that you don’t miss out on any activities.

We didn't use the kids club facilities but we did join in with quite a few maxi and Adult games. Activities usually start around 10am open till about 12:30 and then there’s a break and they normally come back around about 4pm till 6:30pm.

One thing that I found really bizarre about the entertainment is that mini disco starts at 6:30pm. Whilst I think this is a great time for little ones to enjoy dancing and singing along with the entertainment team, there’s actually no more entertainment on the stage until 10 pm. This means there is a 3 hour wait from when mini disco ends till the evening entertainment begins. 

As we don’t have little ones it didn’t really affect us. However I just think that is such a long wait from 7pm till 10pm. We used the time until 10pm to finish off in the pool, chill before dinner then get ready for the evening. 

Each night the entertainment team do come out around the stage area at 9 pm to offer little ones the chance to get their face painted to get a balloon.  I found this was quite repetitive as one day you could get your face painted the next you could get a balloon and repeat. There was also only two options of balloon, a sword or a dog. 

I really do think the entertainment for little ones was a bit rubbish and there should be more for the children to enjoy, especially after they’ve had their evening meal, and they’re looking to keep busy until the entertainment starts at 10pm.

hawaiian dancers

With regards to the evening entertainment, we saw the usual acts you see on stage when on holiday such as acrobats singers and Hawaiian dancers. The entertainment would usually finish between 11pm and 11:15pm which again is quite late especially for little ones. Having said that as the resort doesn’t really get going until 10am in the morning, there is really no need to be waking up too early.

promenade over looking the sea

boy swimming in the sea
The Beach
The beach is located less than a five minute walk from Estival El Dorado. You can access it through a gate which will put you on the promenade overlooking the sand. 

The beach was never overcrowded or busy. We always seemed to get a spot with our towels, and there was plenty of sea for everyone to enjoy.

There is a Nautico Club centre which offers you the choice to hire sun beds, kayaks, paddle boards and more however we didn’t use this facility. 

The beach is really clean and there are little coves that you can use to relax and be away from others. However like I said it really isn’t overcrowded at all and it’s very very spacious. There are rocks within swimming distance out in the sea. Great to swim too and see lots of fish.

The Promenade
The promenade again is really clean and really quiet. The nearest town is about a 25 to 30 minute walk away called Cambrils. It is a flat walk along the front to the town where you will find more restaurants, shops and also McDonald’s. It’s also has more of a resort feel to it in Cambrils with street entertainment and a port.

Games Room
There is a small games room located next to the Sports Bar with two pool tables, some small arcade games, and a few grabby type machines. All take one euro coins and the bar area will change notes for you.  This was popular with some children to try and win something, however we really enjoyed the pool. Its 2 euros per game and although theres no queue system and the area isnt supervised everyone was fair in taking turns so that everyone got to play when they wanted to.  Its also cool in the room which gives a break from the heat of the day if you are looking for something different to do.

We had every intention of playing Minigolf while we were at Estival El Dorado however, time got the better of us and we just never seemed to have the time. However, I would recommend it as it is free to play.

The Minigolf isn’t actually on site. It’s a small short walk away from the hotel. However we seen lots of people heading up there so it was a popular choice.

Indoor Spa
Again, this was in a facility that we used as we just didn’t seem to find the time. The spa and wellness centre  is overlooking the splash park pool. There is an indoor pool, spa, Jacuzzi, whirlpool and other spa facilities. It didn’t really seem popular and never seemed overly busy, however, you can book treatments but we just didn’t use this facility.

children playing football

hotel at estival el dorado

man and boy looking out to sea

Anything Else
As I mentioned it earlier, there is a small shop on site which offers a variety of toys, swimming essentials,  beach goodies and a small selection of toiletries. It is open until 8pm daily.

I just wanted to add that it does not sell any snacks or drinks which I found quite strange. However, there is a supermarket just a stone throw away from the hotel main entrance. The  supermarket is only small in comparison to other supermarkets we’ve seen on holiday resorts in the past however it has everything you may need including bakery items, chocolate, crisps, other snacks, ice creams, and a wide range of non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks.

We absolutely loved our first visit to Estival El Dorado. We loved everything about the resort and also the area was so peaceful but close enough to Salou if we wanted to visit restaurants, shops and a different beach. 

Estival El Dorado is part of the Estival Group and I am very interested in seeing what other resorts Estival have to offer for next Summer. 
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The Benefits of Coding Lessons in Schools

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In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, coding has emerged as a crucial skill that equips students with the tools they need to thrive in the digital age, both now and into their adulthood. Integrating coding lessons into school curriculum offers a multitude of advantages that extend far beyond the realm of programming. Read on to learn of some of the numerous advantages of teaching coding in schools and how it prepares students for a future of innovation and opportunity.

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Exploring Creative Writing with Your Child

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Creative writing is a wonderful outlet for self-expression and imagination. Introducing your child to the world of creative writing can not only enhance their language skills but also nurture their creativity and critical thinking. In this blog post, a primary school in Clapham delves into the benefits of creative writing for children and provides you with practical tips on how to embark on this exciting journey together.

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10 Important Questions to Ask At Parents Evening

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Parents' evenings provide a valuable opportunity for parents and teachers to come together to discuss a child's academic and personal progress, their strengths, as well as areas that could potentially be improved upon. To make the most of this time, it's essential to come prepared with thoughtful questions that will help you gain a comprehensive understanding of your child's educational journey. Here are 10 important questions you could ask during parents' evening to ensure a productive and insightful conversation.

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10 Ways To Help Your Child Develop their Social Skills

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Social skills are an essential aspect of a child's overall development. They play a crucial role in building relationships, communicating effectively, and navigating various social situations. As a parent, you have the opportunity to nurture and support your child's social skills from an early age, setting the foundation for their success in interactions throughout life. I have teamed up with a school to explore some practical strategies to help your child develop strong social skills.

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What Questions to Ask At A School Open Day

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I can't believe in just a few days little J will be back to school and will begin his final year in primary school. Time has flown and I feel like secondary school visits and applications have come round too soon. We have a few secondary school visits booked in for September and he is looking forward to seeing the school and I am getting ready to ask lots of questions

From past experience with our eldest a school open day is a good chance to ask plenty of questions to staff, teachers, and the headmaster of the school. I found having a list of questions I wanted to ask can helped alleviate the pressure when I needed to strike up a conversation. Questions should always be asked at open days, so here are a few you could consider asking when you head to your next one.

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Keeping The Kids Busy This Summer With Books2Door

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We are midway through the Summer holidays and I am happy to say I haven't heard the dreaded phrase 'I'm Bored' yet from little J. We have been busy travelling and we have had a few days out too. Also we've enjoyed days in the garden and chilled afternoons. I like to keep busy when it's raining outside otherwise little J will reach for the screen. Having said that he is easily distracted and a few of his favourite things at the moment are colouring and reading so I ordered some supplies from Books2Door to keep him entertained. 

boy colouring
Books2Door offer a wide range of books including books from best selling authors. They have deals and discounts all year round some with up to 80% off.

The loyalty scheme is great as you can earn book points every time you shop and the Books2Door referral scheme gives us both £5 off our orders by buying through this link

I ordered little J some colouring books, activity books and also a book for him to read throughout the Summer. 

a selection of books

boy reading a book

Number One for Fiendish Fun! Get ready for a bumper edition of mayhem with this totally awesome collection of six favourite Horrid Henry stories! Spend your summer holidays with Horrid Henry! This book contains six favourite stories and tons of fun jokes and activity pages to keep Horrid Henry fans of all ages entertained for hours. An irresistible introduction to reading for pleasure - the perfect gift for Horrid Henry fans everywhere.

Like I said earlier little J loves Horrid Henry and he loved making his way through the book.

Doodling Dinosaurs
This little write-in activity book is full of dinosaurs to learn how to doodle, with space to copy them and colour them in.

Doodling People
This little book is crammed full of fun pictures that you can finish any way you like, with space to copy them and colour them in.

Doodling Things That Go
This little write-in activity book is full of trucks to learn how to doodle, with space to copy them and colour them in.

I was expecting these books to be a little bit bigger, they are pocket size however they have been perfect for when we have been out and about. They are a great way to keep the imagination flowing.

Where's Horrid Henry Colouring Book 
A fun-packed Horrid Henry colouring book, stuffed with tricky things to search for and find, and filled with pages of Horrid Henry chaos to colour in! Go mad with 32 pages of fiendish things to spot and colour in - join Henry and his friends (and evilest enemies!) on their awesome adventures - from birthday parties and camping trips to hiding out at a spooky haunted house. With pages of illustrated Horrid Henry scenes to colour in, this is the perfect boredom-busting book. Get creative with Horrid Henry. 

Little J loves Horrid Henry and this book gave him lots of opportunity to colour with so much detail. There is also a chance to spot Henry on every page andalso Dolores the Chicken who is also hiding.

Football School: The Ultimate Puzzle Book : 100 brilliant brain-teasers 
A football-themed puzzle book that will keep kids busy for hours with word, logic and number puzzles. Train your brilliant brain and enjoy hours of football-themed fun with Football School's The Ultimate Puzzle Book. Packed with over 100 brain-teasers, word searches, riddles, maths puzzles and logic games, this book is perfect for car journeys, planes and rainy days and makes the ideal gift for any young football fan.

anti boredom colouring book

anti boredom colouring book

anti boredom colouring book

From the creators of the hugely successful Anti-Boredom Colouring Book, is the newest addition to the series and perfect travel activity companion: The Amazing Anti-Boredom Colouring Book. Packed with weird and wonderful pictures to colour in, this wacky book is sure to keep kids entertained for hours! Full of hilarious and extraordinary colouring scenes, from weird ocean scenes to prehistoric fishing trips and sunbathing pineapples, The Amazing Anti-Boredom Colouring Book will banish boredom for good.

This was definitely our favourite. So much to colour with great designs and we definitely didn't get bored. 

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As you probably already know we loved Books2Door. Did you know they now offer a monthly subscription box? It's delivered every month and is filled with hand-selected titles to help encourage children to read but also features some surprise treats too. 

To find out more and to order your Box2Door Monthly Book Subscription head over the Books2Door. While you are there maybe treat yourself too as Books2Door have a huge range of books from best selling authors and offering bestselling titles. They tend to have deals and discounts all year round with up to 80% off.

I am also part of the Books2Door referral scheme which gives us both £5 off our orders when you buy through this link


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