Chris Riddell’s illustrated books are in stock in Broadhursts Bookshop in Market Street, Southport October 22nd, 2015 Connor_Henderson Latest News Shares Comments Chris Riddell is an outstanding illustrator and author, and he is the current Children’s Laureate. We have some great new books from him in stock now at Broadhursts Bookshop in Market Street, Southport. The latest, and third, in his very popular, award-winning Goth Girl series was recently published, Goth Girl and the Wuthering Fright (hardback £10.99) and there are splendid new editions of his picture books for young readers Wendel and the Robots and The Emperor of Absurdia (hardback £6.99 each). For keen artists and doodlers there is a wonderful opportunity to fill your own journal with 365 creations taking inspiration from Chris Riddell’s own ideas and drawings. Chris Riddell’s Doodle a Day (paperback £9.99) is a treat for all ages and ultimately a fantastic keepsake. Former Children’s Laureate, Michael Rosen has joined forces with Chris Riddell to produce a stunning picture book for younger children full of funny rhymes and beautiful pictures, A Great Big Cuddle (hardback £14.99). This is a book to be treasured and a wonderful present for special celebrations, birthdays or Christmas. We are fortunate to have some signed copies of A Great Big Cuddle which makes them particularly collectable. All the above are in stock at Broadhursts Booksellers, 5-7 Market Street, Southport PR8 1HD. Do come and visit the Children’s Room for a browse or telephone us on 01704 352064 or email [email protected] to reserve a book. Submit News Contact us with your community, business or sport news. Phone 07581350321 Email [email protected] Facebook www.facebook.com/otsnews.co.uk Twitter www.twitter.com/onthespot_news Breaking local news as it happens, searchable archives with photographs, the ability to instantly comment on news articles – there are so many advantages to OTS (Onthespot) News. If you want your news read locally online then send it to [email protected]– relying only on the newspaper is to restrict yourself to an ever reducing audience. Related Comments comments!