Grab a Father's Day bargain from the Book People

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With England set to take on Australia in the first of two back-to-back Ashes series this summer, sports fans might be wondering how to mark the occasion. Luckily the Book People has sports books - and much more besides - in its bargain range of Father's Day books.

With England set to take on Australia in the first of two back-to-back Ashes series this summer, sports fans might be wondering how to mark the occasion. Luckily the Book People has sports books - and much more besides - in its bargain range of Father's Day books.

The Book People has hand-picked a selection of special Father’s Day titles, meaning anyone who finds themselves stuck for gift ideas doesn’t have to look any further than the online retailer’s website. Whether dads like to be amused, informed or entertained, there will be titles that suit. What's more, some of the selected Father's Day titles also come with a free gift bag when ordered.

"We've all been there - just a couple of weeks before Father's Day, with absolutely no idea what gift to buy. That's why we've compiled our own selection of dad-orientated books, with a little bit of something for every dad," said Ryan Barham, editor at the Book People. "We've even thrown in a free gift bag to seal the deal - so we're expecting quite a lot of demand."

Among the titles included in the Book People's Father's Day range is Tuffers' Alternative Guide to the Ashes - priced at just £4.99 - from former England cricketer Phil Tufnell. In the book, Tufnell draws on his own personal experiences and takes a sideways look at the history of this unique sporting event.

Alternatively, if customers think their dad could do with brushing up on his culinary skills, then The Hairy Bikers' Greatest Curries is priced at £8.99. In this cookbook, TV duo the Hairy Bikers - otherwise known as Si King and Dave Myers - demonstrate how to prepare some of their very favourite curry dishes.

All consumers need to do to find the perfect gift for Father’s Day is visit the Book People’s website.

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