67,Queen Street, Great Harwood, Lancashire, BB6 7QP
Children's Book of the Month -
With my embarrassing Dad, pregnant Mum, loser brother and knicker-chewing dog, I'm practically invisible in my family.
So even though starting Year Seven is totally nail-biting, I'm *hoping* this is my time to shine. Because guess what...?
We had to take this test at school, and I am officially Gifted and Talented. It's a bit weird as I picked my answers at random, but the school wouldn't make a mistake about my genius... would they?
Meet the Author - Tamsyn Murray
Tamsyn Murray is a published author of the Stunt Bunny series and YA supernatural romance series, My So-called Afterlife.
Completely Cassidy is her first series for pre-teens and will have you giggling until you (quite possibly) burst.When she isn’t at work or writing, Tamsyn messes about on stage. She is at her happiest when wearing a princess dress pretending to be someone else, and shows she has starred in include Hello Dolly!, Kiss Me Kate and Anything Goes! She sings a lot and not only in the shower
Book of the Month:
The WI Cookbook
As the Women's Institute (WI) turns 100, this beautifully packaged book, curated by food journalist Mary Gwynn, brings together the 100 best loved members' recipes nationwide.
Organized decade by decade, and setting each recipe in its historical and social context, it spans everything from jams and preserves to main courses, puddings and bakes. Nostalgic favourites like Toad in the Hole and Kedgeree feature alongside contemporary hits such as Lamb Pot Roast with Nettle Champ and Italian Lamb with Roasted Sweet Peppers.
Here are recipes created during the war to make the most of limited supplies, and ideas to overcome the challenges of food rationing, to current day recipes.
The Womens Institue was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communites and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then the organisations aims have been broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women's organisation in the UK. The WI celebrates in centenary in 2015 and current has over 200,000 members.
NEW Check out our new range of candles on our GIFT page
Shop local, shop with confidence . . Shop with a smile x
"our on line shop"
Great value, for all your =BOOKS,DVD and Music needs delivered to your home or work. (your worth it)
"make us your bookshop of choice"
Look out for more events in the future
‘THE MILL GIRLS’
Moving True Stories of Love and Loss from
Inside Lancashire's Cotton Mills. (available from the shop)
Hi welcome to my world, a world of "thrills and spills, murder mystery, health and wealth, peter rabbit,where's wally?, pop goes the weasel, look good and live longer, spooks, local walks, eat and sleep, yes its the magical world of books. Situated on the High Street, in the historical market town of Great Harwood, you will find Pam's Bookend . We stock all types of books for all ages and we are proud to be an integral part of the community.
We offer a warm inviting shop, and love to let children choose their own books from our wide range of children's books,often having mums and dads with their children sat around browsing. We offer local history and walking books and offer an out-of-print service for those books which customers enjoyed years ago In addition to this we have hosted a number of local author days in the shop. We run our own schools book clubs, regularly meeting in the shop to review books. Pam has a monthly feature on Radio Lancashire reviewing favourite reads. We offer a fast and reliable ordering service for your complete needs.
Come and visit us and whilst here enjoy a coffee at our local "Cafe Latte" the place to be seen
* *Indulge in pies and cakes from "Brewchetta, or go back in time with the "Sweetie Den"
Shortlisted (Northern region) for Indie bookshop of the year 2013
Barrington Stoke,s Bookseller Of The Month May 2012.
Shortlisted (Northern region) for Indie bookshop of the year 2011
if you like shopping from the comfort of your home then visit hive and make us your favorite book shop,plus free delivery to the shop for collection
Store opening hours
M,W,Th,Fr 10.30 am-4.00 pm
SAT 10.30 am-1.00 pm
Tue- Closed all day
You can contact us by e.mail @firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Telephone and leave a message on 01254 882477