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Moonwise Calendar 2017 available now
William Morris; pictures by Maggie Organ
13 full colour 297 x 594mm spreads; Moonwise
Fabulous full colour lunar calendar. The front cover features an illustration by artist Maggie Organ on the theme of refugees, and each month has other wonderful Maggie Organ pictures, featuring environmental challenges and positive human responses. Every month has a map of the night sky and notes on seeing the planets, eclipses, etc. There are festivals and secular holidays from all round the world, and a moon phase for every night. Full of information and inspiration. Runs from 30 December 2016 to 16 January 2018. Printed on FSC grade paper from sustainable sources, using vegetable oil based inks. Fully recyclable and biodegradable.
£13.50 each
UK delivery
£1.50 per order
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Moonwise Diary for Britain & Ireland 2017 available now
William Morris; contributions by readers
160pp A5 paperback diary (approximately 20 x 13 cm), colour throughout; Moonwise
Excellent companion to the calendar. Easy to use, with a spread for each week, and plenty of space to write; daily astrological information and moon phases; rising and setting times of sun and moon for London, Cardiff, Glasgow and Dublin; year-to-view of 2017 and 2018; useful glossary of all the special days. Runs from 19 December 2016 to 7 January 2018. Printed on acid free paper, using the print-on-demand method, in order to save waste.
£10.75 each
UK delivery
£1.50 per order
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Moonwise Diary for Cornwall 2017 available now
William Morris; contributions by readers
160pp A5 paperback diary (approximately 20 x 13 cm), colour throughout; Moonwise
Especially designed for Cornwall, with rising and setting times for Penzance, Truro, Bude and Saltash, elements of the Cornish language, and Cornish festivals alongside the worldwide ones. Easy to use, with a spread for each week, and plenty of space to write; daily astrological information and moon phases; year-to-view of 2017 and 2018; useful glossary of all the special days. Runs from 19 December 2016 to 31 December 2017. Printed on acid free paper, using the print-on-demand method, in order to save waste.
£10.75 each
UK delivery
£1.50 per order
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Cohousing in Britain 
Edited by Sarah Bunker, Chris Coates, Martin Field and Jonathan How
paperback, 164 pages, numerous black and white photographs and plans; Diggers and Dreamers Publications
A series of essays examining the history, current practice and potential of cohousing, which combines the benefits of individual homes with those of communal living. It is a bottom up initiative with people coming together to finance, design, build and run their neighbourhood. Private homes sit alongside communal facilities such as a common house for regular communal meals and events, a laundry, guest rooms and even car pools and workshops.
£12.00 each
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Diggers & Dreamers 25th Anniversary Edition 
Edited by Chris Coates, James Dennis and Jonathan How
paperback, 200 pages, numerous colour photographs; Diggers and Dreamers Publications
It’s a quarter century since Diggers and Dreamers first came out and we’re pleased to announce that communal living in Britain is as vibrant as ever.

There are many different ways to “do” intentional community... urban; rural; spiritual; secular; under-one-roof; co-housing. They’re all represented in our Directory. So if you’re contemplating a communal future this book is the best starting point – there’s even a whole hand-holding section!
Other articles look at getting new intentional communities established as well as the importance of keeping control of assets for future generations. There’s lots to learn.
Go on. Dare to Dream... but be prepared to Dig as well!
£14.50 each
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An Adventure Shared: The story of the first Quaker Community at Bamford 
Rachel Rowlands
paperback, 198 pages, numerous black and white photographs; Diggers and Dreamers Publications
There are many ways in which you can do ‘community’ and there’s always something relevant to be learnt from other people’s experience of communal living.
In this book Rachel Rowlands tells the story of the original Bamford Quaker Community over its 25 year life. From start to – almost – finish.
It’s rare to read such a detailed and honest account of the entire lifecycle of a communal group. All the problems and pitfalls are there but so, also, are the many achievements and successes.
The Quaker Community at Bamford in Derbyshire was, and still truly is, a Community of Friends.
£12.00 each
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Low Impact Living Communities in Britain 
Edited by Sarah Bunker, Chris Coates, James Dennis and Jonathan How
paperback, 152 pages, numerous black and white photographs; Diggers and Dreamers Publications
Human impact on the Earth has to be reduced but how far are you prepared to go? Could you live a really low impact lifestyle? Would it be easier if you were within some type of low impact living community? In this book you can read about the ground-breaking inventiveness and ingenuity of such groups. There are lessons here for everybody who wants to carry on enjoying life on this lovely planet.
£12.00 each
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Utopia Britannica 
Chris Coates
312pp paperback, b&w illus; Diggers and Dreamers Publications
This archaeology of dreams explores every corner of these islands detailing over 500 utopian experiments in a comprehensive historical gazetteer and telling the stories of our utopian ancestors from early Christian Sects to the foundation of the welfare state ... – less a catalogue of broken dreams, more a rough guide to a utopian future.
£16.50 each
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Communes Britannica 
Chris Coates
520pp paperback, b&w illus; Diggers and Dreamers Publications
Communes don’t last they say. They’re associated with good-for-nothing idealists or sex and drug crazed maniacs!

This myth-busting tour by a veteran takes you from war-time pacifist land groups right through to hippie communes showing that communal living actually provided a viable way of life for thousands in the latter half of the 20th century.

Check out Chris’s Communes Britannica blog
£25.00 each
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Awakening Albion 
Editors Jane Bottomley et al
120pp 216mm square paperback; Coherent Visions
In early May 2008 a group of pilgrims watched the Beltane sunrise from a clifftop headland near Lands End, and then set out on a journey ... on foot ... across southern England. Following the path of the Michael/Mary leyline, they walked the sacred and mythological landscape that is Albion. Nearly fifty days (and over 500 miles) later, they reached the Norfolk coast in time to witness the Summer Solstice sunrise over the North Sea. A celebration of the land’s beauty as well as a witnessing of its wounding, the Walk was also a powerful experience of community for all involved. This book tells the story of that journey in photographs, drawings, poems and diary entries.
£18.00 each
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The Wave Hub Chronicles 
Lucy Wells
166pp paperback; Coherent Visions
For over a year Lucy Wells interacted with the construction workers who were creating the infrastructure and laying the cable for an innovative test site of wave energy devices off the North Cornish coast.
Her mindful observations give not only a unique insight into what it’s like to live in the middle of a construction project but also another perspective on our way of life and our relationship to electricity.
£7.00 each
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Pictures of Palestine 
Palden Jenkins
428pp paperback with maps and many black and white photographs; Coherent Visions
Pictures of Palestine is a glimpse into the real life of Palestinians in the West Bank - a people with a land and no nation, a special people tired of fighting, who seek a brighter future and have surprising lessons to teach the world. The author is a British sixties veteran, community leader, counsellor, wordsmith, historian and humanitarian. This bundle of impressions and photographs from his blog reveals his own personal journey in the Middle East and moving insights into Palestine’s current situation and complex history.
£9.95 each
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Looking Up 
Cornwall Down’s Syndrome Support Group
36pp hardback; 30 pages of colour photographs; 280mm x 216mm; Cornwall Down’s Syndrome Support Group
Pictorial stories follow the early years of several children with Down’s syndrome in Cornwall. It can be difficult for families to envisage what their new baby with Down’s syndrome will be like. The book helps to explode the myths and shows that, given the right opportunities, children with Down’s syndrome develop alongside their peers.

The purchase of the Looking Up book for £19.99 funds a full ‘New Baby Congratulations Gift Pack’ that our charity gives out to as many new parents as possible when they receive a diagnosis of Down’s syndrome for their baby. To find out more follow this link: lookingupbook.co.uk
£19.99 each
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Going to School 
Cornwall Down’s Syndrome Support Group
20pp softback; full colour photographs throughout; A5 210mm x 148.5mm; Cornwall Down’s Syndrome Support Group
This second book in the Looking Up series is for children to share with their grown-ups. Pictures rather than words are used to convey a message. The images have been chosen to give you an opportunity to talk about the many things that may happen during a typical school day — learning together, making friends and having fun. Some of the children in this book happen to have Down’s syndrome and some of them don’t. This publication is a celebration of diversity and inclusion showing that we are all more the same, than different.
£3.99 each
UK post free
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Anna 
Karin Kennedy
331 page paperback; Karin Kennedy
A true story about a mother and daughter helping each other unravel the meaning of life and death. It explores the labyrinth of modern spirituality, the limitations of conventional and alternative therapies and the value of fun and adventure. Books are individually wrapped and posted.
£8.00 each
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Jesus, Son of God, Son of Mary: Book 1: Once Upon a Time in Galilee
John Medcalf and Maggie Organ
John Medcalf Publications
These graphic novels offer a radical retelling of the gospels, showing a Jesus who is human and often political. They are perfect for classroom and parish work, as well as for personal reading for people of all ages. Nine volumes are planned, and profits will go to the Rural Libraries Project in Peru. In Book 1, Jesus, an odd-job man, leaves his mother in Galilee and goes off in search of his cousin John the Baptiser. As he rubs shoulders with all kinds of people and shares his life with them, we witness Jesus’ growing realisation that he is being called to announce God’s Kingdom, and we see Jesus’ extraordinary power to attract people to himself and to touch their hearts. Book 1 ends with the wedding celebrations at Cana. Hover over a picture to expand it.
 
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Book 1 paperback 
A4 paperback book, 92pp
£8.99 each
 
Book 1 on-line access 
Allows you to read all chapters from Book 1 on the Cartoon Jesus site. Your access will last as long as the site is here, and we plan for that to be many years: no need to renew, ever. The logging in system uses a cookie, by the way. You will generally want to put the figure 1 in the “how many?” box, unless you want to buy it for someone else as well.
The order will be processed by a human being, who will send you your username and password by e-mail as soon as possible!

Alas, because of VAT changes, we can currently supply paid on-line access to UK customers only.
£8.99 each
post free
 
Book 1 both paperback and on-line access 
Save £3 by buying both the book and on-line access. UK customers only.
£14.98 each
 
Jesus, Son of God, Son of Mary: Book 2: A Village Prophet
John Medcalf and Maggie Organ
John Medcalf Publications
Jesus befriends outcasts and teaches about, and acts out, God’s love for the poor, the sick, lepers, prostitutes, drunks, etc. Jesus challenges everyone to do the same as himself, but people find his teaching hard to accept. Even his friends and followers get annoyed with some of his ideas, but Jesus remains firm, patiently teaching them to see the world as God sees it, sometimes through wonderful storytelling.
 
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Book 2 paperback 
A4 paperback book, 104pp
£8.99 each
 
Book 2 on-line access 
Allows you to read all chapters from Book 2 on the Cartoon Jesus site.
UK customers only.
£8.99 each
post free
 
Book 2 both paperback and on-line access 
Save £3 by buying both the book and on-line access. UK customers only.
£14.98 each
 
Jesus, Son of God, Son of Mary: Book 3: Our Daily Bread
John Medcalf and Maggie Organ
John Medcalf Publications
Jesus tells his friends and anyone who will listen about God the ‘Big-Hearted Father’. He shows the people how nothing is impossible to God, healing the sick, forgiving sins, and raising the dead to life. Jesus teaches the fisherfolk how to pray simply and directly to God, and the book ends with Jesus and twelve of his followers preparing to go up to
Jerusalem together to celebrate the Jewish festival of Passover.
 
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Book 3 paperback 
A4 paperback book, 88pp
£8.99 each
 
Book 3 on-line access 
Allows you to read all chapters from Book 3 on the Cartoon Jesus site.
UK customers only.
£8.99 each
post free
 
Book 3 both paperback and on-line access 
Save £3 by buying both the book and on-line access. UK customers only.
£14.98 each
 
Jesus, Son of God, Son of Mary: Book 4: Five Loaves and Two Fishes
John Medcalf and Maggie Organ
John Medcalf Publications
Jesus and his companions travel between Galilee and Jerusalem, spread their message of the Kingdom more widely, and come to the attention of rich landowners and the cruel authorities. We read stories of tragic loss, but also of healing, inspiration and redemption.
 
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Book 4 paperback 
A4 paperback book, 100pp
£8.99 each
 
Book 4 on-line access 
Allows you to read all chapters from Book 4 on the Cartoon Jesus site.
UK customers only.
£8.99 each
post free
 
Book 4 both paperback and on-line access 
Save £3 by buying both the book and on-line access. UK customers only.
£14.98 each
 
Jesus, Son of God, Son of Mary: Book 5: The First Stone
John Medcalf and Maggie Organ
John Medcalf Publications
Jesus becomes known as “the prophet” and we see him realise what this does and doesn’t mean. His outspokenness and healing activities lead to clashes with religious leaders. Along the way, we come across stories of love, marriage and acceptance. Jesus teaches people how to live, but shows boundless mercy and compassion towards sinners.
 
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Book 5 paperback 
£8.99 each
 
Book 5 on-line access 
Allows you to read all chapters from Book 5 on the Cartoon Jesus site.
UK customers only.
£8.99 each
post free
 
Book 5 both paperback and on-line access 
Save £3 by buying both the book and on-line access. UK customers only.
£14.98 each
 
Jesus, Son of God, Son of Mary: Book 6: The Hour for Decision
John Medcalf and Maggie Organ
John Medcalf Publications
Against the background of rising tension in Jersusalem, Jesus’ mission continues with healing, and stories of forgiveness, and how people use and misuse money. But winter comes to an end, and Jesus realises it’s time to head into the centre of the trouble.
 
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Book 6 paperback 
£8.99 each
 
Book 6 on-line access 
Allows you to read all chapters from Book 6 on the Cartoon Jesus site.
UK customers only.
£8.99 each
post free
 
Book 6 both paperback and on-line access 
Save £3 by buying both the book and on-line access. UK customers only.
£14.98 each
 
 
Economics
 
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Green Economics Methodology: An Introduction 
Edited by Tone Hedvig Berg, Aase Seeberg (Norway) and Miriam Kennet
Paperback. ISBN: 9781907543357. Published November 2012
Making Economics and Green Economics much easier to understand for everyone. Written by two young Norwegian economists!
£30.00 each
Handbook of Green Economics 
Edited by Miriam Kennet, Eleni Courea (Cyprus), Alan Bouquet and Ieva Pepinyte (Lithuania)
Paperback, approx 350 pages. ISBN: 9781907543036. Published July 2011
£30.00 each
The Green Economics Reader 
Edited by Miriam Kennet
Paperback, approx 330 pages, A5 size. ISBN: 9781907543265. Published February 2012
£20.00 each
 
 
Finance
 
how many?
The Greening of Global Finance 
Edited by Professors Chichilnisky, (USA & Columbia) Dr Ye Fah (Malaysia), Professor Maria Madi (Brazil), Michelle Gale De Oliveira (Brazil and USA) and Miriam Kennet
Paperback, approx 500 pages. ISBN: 9781907543401. Published July 2013
£30.00 each
 
 
Social Justice
 
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Young People, Education, Employment and Green Jobs 
Edited By Miriam Kennet and Juliane Goeke (Germany)
Paperback, approx 350 pages. ISBN: 9781907543258. Published October 2012
£30.00 each
Women’s Unequal Pay and Poverty 
Edited By Miriam Kennet, Judith Felton, Michelle Gale de Oliveira, Mahalet Mekonen (Ethiopia) and Amana Winchester
Paperback, approx 350 pages. ISBN: 9781907543081. Published March 2012
This book is used by several governments around the world to make policy; for example, the Swedish Government.
£30.00 each
Citizens’ Income and Green Economics 
Edited by Clive Lord with Judith Felton and Miriam Kennet
Paperback, approx 330 pages, A5. ISBN: 9781907543074. Published January 2012
£30.00 each
The Greening of Health, Healthcare, Health Systems and Well Being 
Edited by Dr Katherine Kennet (Medical Practitioner and Global Health Specialist), Miriam Kennet and Michelle S. Gale de Oliveira (Brazil and USA)
Paperback, approx 300 pages. ISBN: 9781907543760. Published October 2013
With the latest news from around the world. This book makes the case for a completely innovative wave of health creation and well being for the benefit of the whole community.
£30.00 each
 
 
Energy and Climate Change
 
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Green Economics and Climate Change 
Edited by By Miriam Kennet and Winston Ka-Ming Mak (UK and Hong Kong)
Paperback, approx 350 pages. ISBN: 9781907543104. Published December 2011
£30.00 each
The Greening of Energy Policies for the 21st Century 
Edited By Ryota Koike (Japan) and Miriam Kennet (UK)
Paperback, approx 350 pages. ISBN: 9781907543326. Published November 2012
£30.00 each
 
 
Lifestyle
 
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Art, Photography and Poetry in the Green Economy 
Edited By Dr Matt Rinaldi (Nepal and UK), Rose Blackett- Ord, Friedericke Oeser Prasse (Germany), Miriam Kennet and others
Paperback, approx 100 pages. ISBN: 9781907543784. Published July 2013
£20.00 each
The Green Built Environment 
Edited By Miriam Kennet and Judith Felton
Paperback, approx 350 pages. ISBN: 9781907543067. Published December 2011
£30.00 each
The Green Transport Revolution 
Edited by Richard Holcroft, Miriam Kennet and John Stewart
Paperback, approx 350 pages. ISBN: 9781907543968. Published October 2013
Featuring MPs, top campaigners and councillors; launched in the UK House of Commons.
£30.00 each
 
 
Green Economics Around the World
 
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The Greening of the Global Economy 
Edited by Sofia Amaral (Portugal) and Michelle Gale de Oliveira (USA and Brazil)
Paperback, approx 350 pages. ISBN: 9781907543944. Published October 2013
£30.00 each
Green Economics: Voices of Africa 
Edited By Miriam Kennet and Amana Winchester and Mahalet Mekonen (Ethiopia)
Paperback, approx 210 pages. ISBN: 9781907543098. Published January 2012
£20.00 each
The Greening of Latin America 
Edited by Carlos Restituyo Vassallo (Dominican Republic), Michelle Gale de Oliveira (USA and Brazil) and Professor Maria Madi (Brazil)
Paperback, approx 350 pages. ISBN: 9781907543876. Published September 2013
£30.00 each
The Greening of Indonesia 
Edited by Dr Dessy Irawatti, Dr Stephan Onggo and Stephen Marcellino (Indonesia)
Paperback, approx 180 pages. ISBN: 9781907543821. Published July 2013
Launched by the Indonesian Ambassador at Worcester College, University of Oxford.
£20.00 each
Africa: Transitioning to a Green Economy (from Economic Growth to Sustainability) 
Edited by Dr Chidi Onuoha Magnus (Nigeria), Michelle Gale de Oliveira and Miriam Kennet
Paperback, approx 300 pages. ISBN: 9781907543364. Published October 2013
£30.00 each
The Greening of Eastern Europe 
Edited By Michelle S Gale de Oliveira, Professor Sandra Gusta (Latvia), Miriam Kennet and Professor Dzintra Atjasta (Latvia)
Paperback, approx 250 pages. ISBN: 9781907543418. Published July 2013
£20.00 each
The Greening of Asia and China 
Edited By Miriam Kennet and Norferaynti Kamarrudin (Malaysia)
Paperback, approx 350 pages. ISBN: 9781907543234. Published November 2012
£30.00 each
The Greening of the European Economy 
Edited by Miriam Kennet, Dr Enrico Tezza (Italy) Dr Michael Briguglio, (Malta), Sofia Amaral (Portugal) and Volker Heinemann (Germany and UK) with a foreword by the Rt Hon Pierre Jonkhere MP
Paperback. Published December 2013
£30.00 each
The Greening of the Mediterranean Economy 
Edited by Dr Enrico Tezza (Italy), Dr Michael Briguglio (Malta), Sofia Amaral (Portugal), Michelle Gale de Oliveira, Miriam Kennet and Dr Fran Tattersall
Paperback. ISBN: 9781907543906. Published December 2013
£30.00 each
 
 
The Greening of Food, Farming and Agriculture
 
how many?
Greening the Food on Your Plate 
Edited by Rose Blackett-Ord, Michelle Gale de Oliveira and Miriam Kennet
Paperback, approx 300 pages. ISBN: 9781907543654. Published October 2013
Writers from all over the world. Includes recipes and the latest ideas.
£30.00 each
The Greening of Food, Farming and Agriculture 
Edited by Michelle Gale de Oliveira, Rose Blackett-Ord and Miriam Kennet
Paperback, approx 300 pages. ISBN: 9781907543449. Published May 2013
Including an exciting mix of ancient and contemporary recipes from gathered and wild food.
£30.00 each
 
 
Ethics, Philosophy, Values and Social and Environment
 
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Integrating Ethics, Social Responsibility and Governance 
Edited by Miriam Kennet, Tore Audun Høie (Norway), & Michelle S Gale de Oliveira
Paperback, approx 500 pages. ISBN: 9781907543395. Published November 2013
£30.00 each
The Philosophical Basis of the Green Movement 
Edited by Professor Mike Benfield, Michelle Gale de Oliveira and Miriam Kennet
Paperback, approx 480 pages. ISBN: 9781907543548. Published November 2013
£30.00 each
 
Dicewords 
by Graham Lipscomb; about Dicewords
For any number of players (including 1). Three rolls of nine special alphabet dice to make the highest scoring word you can. It’s that simple - or is it? This compact word game defies its size to be an enthralling race to the finish.

Dicewords is a beautifully simple concept, and can be played on many levels, so it’s a great gift choice. The key to the game is really The Dice Table, a chart which lists the letters available on each of the dice - enabling players to weigh up the odds of getting the letters they want.

Fiendish! And over 10 million combinations means it’s never the same game twice...
£6.95 each
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Luxury Wooden Dice Tray 
for Dicewords by Graham Lipscomb; see larger picture
Circular Wooden Dice Tray, in durable solid wood with felt rolling surface & felt underneath. 29cm diameter (playing surface 24cm diameter). £17.95 plus P&P. The perfect solution for playing Dicewords on the move.
£17.95 each
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Dicewords Timer 
for Dicewords by Graham Lipscomb; see larger picture
If your aunt spends far too long deciding what word to play, you can give her a little hint with this quality sand timer. And you can even use it for boiling eggs too!

Buy our Bundle Deal and get the timer for free. See Bundle Deal offer below.
£1.50 each
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Dicewords Bundle Deal 
by Graham Lipscomb; view accessories page
The Bundle consists of one game of Dicewords, one Dice Tray and one Timer (see individual descriptions), but you save £3 on the individual prices.

Also if you order the Pocket Scrabble Dictionary at the same time, you can have all four items for £26.95 (a total saving of £3.40).
£23.40 each
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Pocket Scrabble Dictionary  limited stock: only five left
640 pages. Published by Collins.
(Save on cover price of £4.99)
; view accessories page
Check words wherever you are. This genuinely pocket-sized dictionary (110mm x 75mm x 40mm) is great for both Dicewords and Juggler as it includes plurals and different verb forms. No more arguments - just go by the book! Contains Scrabble hints and tips too.

And if you order it at the same time as the Dicewords Bundle Deal, the dictionary is only £3.55, saving you a further 40p off the cover price.
£3.95 each
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Spare dice for Dicewords 
for Dicewords, by Graham Lipscomb; about Dicewords
If you’ve lost one of the dice, you can buy replacements here (75p per die plus p&p). The nine dice needed for the game are Gold, Indigo, Orange, Red, Purple, Blue, Brown, Black & Green.

Please specify which colour(s) you need in the comments box on the payment page. And just so the dice completely match, let us know whether your dice tube has a round or D-shaped cap.
£0.75 each
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Dicewords German Version 
by Graham Lipscomb; about German Dicewords
DAS WORTSPIEL IN IHRER TASCHE. Launched at ‘Spiel 2010’, this is the German language version of Dicewords - a completely different edition from the English set. It uses 10 dice and has its own Dice Table (or Würfeltabelle) with different letter distribution. And of course, the letter values also reflect their usage in the German language.
Viel Spaß!
£6.95 each
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Dicewords German Bundle Deal 
by Graham Lipscomb; about German Dicewords
This is the German version of the Bundle Deal, consisting of one game of German Dicewords, one Dice Tray and one Timer (see individual descriptions). Again you save £3 on the individual prices. Please ensure you order the correct Bundle!
£23.40 each
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Juggler 
by Graham Lipscomb; about Juggler
2 - 6 players. New from the inventor of Dicewords: Juggler draws on many of the qualities of great card games - adding words into the mix. It’s all about seeing potential words in your hand and weighing up the odds of getting the other letters you need. Can you make a word using your higher-scoring letters? Watch out - the cards you discard may be just the ones your opponents are waiting for. Elegantly strategic and definitely addictive.
£4.95 each
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Juggler plastic box 
Plastic box to hold and protect your Juggler set; Graham’s Games
Keep your copy of Juggler just like new. We certainly recommend this high quality plastic carry-box. Should protect against pretty much anything, including water. We haven’t tested it on elephants though.
£0.95 each
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Creeper 
by Graham Lipscomb; about Creeper
2 players. Move your pawns on the squares, claiming each octagon you jump over with a disc of your colour. The player who successfully links his two corners with discs wins. But the discs can be turned over by your opponent, AND your pawns can be captured. An intriguing game of positional play. Very limited stock.
£17.95 each
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Colliding Circles Double Set 
by Graham Lipscomb; Colliding Circles and Creeper in one box; about Colliding Circles
2 players. Colliding Circles is played with 75 dice on a board of 54 touching spots, arranged to form interlocking circles. Place your dice on the spots to form number combinations around the circles, and score points. But your opponent can see what you’ll be able to play next... A tactical struggle from start to finish. Currently available only as a double set with Creeper.
£29.95 each
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Wooden Travel Creeper 
published by Pintoys International
invented by Graham Lipscomb
; see more
See game description for Creeper above. This is a neat wooden travel version of Creeper published by Pintoys International, of which we have a very limited stock. You can buy it direct from the inventor on this site. This item is now out of production, so these are very rare copies.
£25.00 each
how many?