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We are working with Stanfords to offer you the opportunity to buy the book (UK delivery only) and a ticket to this event.

If you book before 25 March (publication date) books will be dispatched that day, otherwise they will be sent on 1 April following the event. The first 30 books to be sold will be signed by authour. 

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The Nightingale: book club

[Online] Join us for an informal discussion as we delve into this new book which reveals in beautiful detail the bird's song, habitat, characteristics and migration patterns, as well as the environmental issues that threaten its livelihood.

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