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Father Christmas and Me

Paperback, 18/10/2018, €9.45
The third book in the festive series from number one bestselling author Matt Haig, and featuring enchanting illustrations from Chris Mould

Boy Called Christmas

Paperback, 31/10/2016, €9.45
A new Christmas classic from the No. 1 bestselling author

Boy Called Christmas and the Girl Who Saved Christmas

Hardback, 10/11/2016, €27.05
€19.99
A lavish, boxed set of Matt Haig's magical Christmas classics - A Boy Called Christmas and The Girl Who Saved Christmas

Boy Called Christmas

Hardback, 03/11/2016, €14.85
Matt Haig's Christmas classic, read by Stephen Fry

How to Stop Time

Hardback, 06/07/2017, €17.55
A Dubray Staff Recommended Read... The life-affirming new novel from the number one bestselling author of Reasons to Stay Alive and The Humans

Girl Who Saved Christmas

Paperback, 12/10/2017, €9.45
The second magical book in the festive series from number one bestselling author Matt Haig, and featuring enchanting illustrations from Chris Mould

Father Christmas and Me

Hardback, 12/10/2017, €17.55
The third book in the festive series from number one bestselling author Matt Haig, and featuring enchanting illustrations from Chris Mould

Humans: An A-Z

Paperback, 01/01/2015, €10.80
Whether you are planning a high level of human interaction or just a casual visit to the planet, this book offers a guide to the human race that help you translate their sayings, understand exotic concepts such as 'democracy' and 'sofas', and make sense of their habits and bizarre customs.

Reasons to Stay Alive

Hardback, 05/03/2015, €17.55
Aged 24, Matt Haig's world caved in. He could see no way to go on living. This book tells the true story of how he came through crisis, triumphed over an illness that almost destroyed him and learned to live again. It is an exploration of how to live better, love better and feel more alive.

Echo Boy

Paperback, 26/03/2015, €10.80
Audrey's father taught her that to stay human in the modern world, she had to build a moat around herself; a moat of books and music, philosophy and dreams. A moat that makes Audrey different from the echoes: sophisticated, emotionless machines, built to resemble humans and to work for human masters.