|By PR Newswire||
|August 27, 2014 10:44 AM EDT||
GUILFORD, England, August 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
To celebrate the fifth series of the popular BBC One series The Great British Bake Off, leading independent online literature retailer the Book People is offering a range of top baking books at low prices.
Among the Book People's hand-picked selection of Great British baking books are such titles as Paul Hollywood's Bread, priced at only £6.99 - a £12 saving on the recommended retail price. In Bread, Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood demonstrates how to create and use different breads as the basis for delicious meals.
Also available is The Big Baking Collection - priced at just £14.99 - which contains a huge range of handy baking tips across ten different books.
"The return of The Great British Bake Off is one of the big TV events of the year, and we've noticed that it always seems to lead to heightened interest in baking books," said Ryan Barham, Editor at the Book People. "That's why we thought it would be a good idea to bring together some of our best baking books in one place."
Other books currently on offer from the Book People include Delia's Cakes by legendary TV chef Delia Smith. Available for only £8.99, this classic book features some of Delia's best-known and most-loved cake recipes, including such favourites as iced honey and spice cake, madeira cake and coffee and cardamom cake, as well as a variety of scones, muffins and biscuits.
There's also World's Best Cakes by Roger Pizey - one of the world's leading pastry chefs - priced at £6.99 from the Book People. Featuring more than 250 cake recipes from around the globe, World's Best Cakes also includes an informative history of the cake and a whole host of tantalising photographs.
Take a look at the Book People's range of Great British baking books and see what's on offer: http://www.thebookpeople.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CategoryDisplay?storeId=10001&catalogId=10051&langId=100&categoryId=136267&topCatId=133711.
SOURCE The Book People
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