Welcome to The Woodstock Bookshop

The shop opened in May 2008 and is on the main road in Woodstock, just next to the bus stop. We can supply most books to order by the next day and have several thousand books in stock: to order books ring or email the shop. We have a large selection of children's books and are happy to advise and recommend. We can also supply second-hand and out-of-print titles. We offer discounts for school orders and for book clubs and have a free local delivery service.

We were on the regional shortlist for Independent Bookshop of the Year in 2009, 2013 and 2017, and listed in the Independent's Top 50 UK Bookshops.

are both suspended during the pandemic. We hope to start again as soon as it is safe to do so.

The bookshop started and runs Woodstock Poetry Festival, a completely independent festival that has now been running for 8 years.

The Woodstock Literature Society also holds an excellent series of monthly talks - do visit their website for further details.

Twitter: @WoodstockBooks

Saturday, 27 June 2009

Carnegie/Greenaway winners

I was very impressed by the standard of entries for the competition we've been running alongside the Carnegie/Greenaway awards. Woodstock and Wootton primary schools both entered and their work has lit up the window all week. Very hard to choose just one winner but it has to be Tom Samson for his extraordinary picture of Savage. I will try to add the image soon so you can see it. Runners up are Alfie Sherlock from Woodstock Primary School and George Parker, Calla Cambrey, Chloe Flack and Megan Dyer all from Wootton-by-Woodstock Primary School.

The winner of the Carnegie Medal this year is Siobhan Dowd for Bog Child: sadly she is not alive to receive the prize - she has left us some fine children's books. The Greenaway Medal goes to Catherine Rayner for Harris Finds his Feet, a charmingly illustrated book about a little hare's relationship with his grandad and his growing independence.

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