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Nibbies Book of the Year

Nibbies Book of the Year

Allen & Unwin are pleased to announce that the bestselling EATS, SHOOTS & LEAVES by Lynne Truss has won the Nibbies Book of the Year (The British Book Awards). The British Book Awards have become one of the most respected awards within the UK book trade. Congratulations to Lynne Truss and to Profile.

We can also happy to confirm that Lynne Truss will be in New Zealand promoting her book in early September this year.

EATS, SHOOT & LEAVES by Lynne Truss is published by Profile Books and distributed in New Zealand by Allen & Unwin, rrp: $35.00 hc, ISBN 1861976127. A witty, entertaining, impassioned guide to perfect punctuation, for everyone who cares about precise writing.


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