List of books from the Richard & Judy Book Club

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The following is a list of books from the Richard & Judy Book Club, featured on the television chat show. The show was cancelled in 2009, but since 2010 the lists have been continued by the Richard and Judy Book Club, a website run in conjunction with retailer W H Smith.

Main list[edit]

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Summer book lists[edit]

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Website book lists[edit]

2010 - Winter

2011 - Spring

2011 - Summer

2011 - Autumn

2012 - Spring

2012 - Summer

2012 - Autumn

2013 - Spring

2013 - summer

2013 - autumn

Children's Book Club[edit]

In 2007, Richard and Judy hosted a special Children's Book Club edition of the show as part of Channel 4's "Lost For Words" season. The featured books were chosen with the help of pupils from several schools around the UK.[1][2]

2011[edit]

  • Muncle Trogg by Janet Foxley
  • Winnie Goes Batty by Laura Owen and Korky Paul
  • Roodica the Rude and The Famous Flea Trick by Margaret Ryan
  • Molly’s Magic: The Witch’s Kitten by Holly Webb
  • Jake the Good Bad Dog by Annette and Nick Butterworth
  • Will Gallows and the Snake-Bellied Troll by Derek Keilty
  • Scream Street: Heart of the Mummy by Tommy Donbavand
  • The Magic Princess Dress by Gwyneth Ree
  • Horrid Henry and the Football Fiend by Francesca Simon and Tony Ross
  • Max & Molly’s Guide to Trouble: How to Catch a Criminal by Dominic Barker and Hannah Shaw
  • Flood and Fang by Marcus Sedgwick
  • Claude in the City by Alex T Smith
  • Dinosaur Cove: Attack of the Lizard King by Rex Stone
  • The Ogre of Oglefort by Eve Ibbotson
  • Scarlett Dedd by Cathy Brett
  • Doctor Proctor's Fart Powder by Jo Nesbo
  • Vordak the Incomprehensible by Scott Seegert
  • The Wombles by Elisabeth Beresford

New Writers Book Club[edit]

Launched in October 2008, the club "highlights 12 debut writers over the course of a year".[3]

2008

2009

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pauli, Michelle (2007-10-24). "Richard and Judy turn attention to children". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 2008-01-09. 
  2. ^ Reynolds, Nigel (2007-10-24). "Richard and Judy cast spell on children's books". London: The Telegraph. Retrieved 2008-01-09. 
  3. ^ First novels selected as Richard and Judy switch channels The Guardian, 23 September 2008

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