Phantastic reading

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Plunge into strange, fantastic worlds with “Phantasya“, a gorgeous collection of stories from famed fantasy writer Tanith Lee. A great gift for Mom!

Grow your own.

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Get your garden growing and produce lots of home-grown, nutritious fruit with this handy guide.

Springtime in the garden

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What better way to celebrate the arrival of spring in the northern half of the globe, than by enjoying books about gardening!

Tell a Fairy Tale Day

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Valentine’s Day brings the opportunity to give your loved one the gift of a book, and Tell a Fairy Tale Day (February 26) brings delight with magic and folklore!

Hooray for 2019!

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Hooray for 2019! May it bring you good health and happiness. For relaxation and education, curl up with a book. We have lots to choose from!

Happy Holidays!

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Thanks to all our customers who have supported us this year. May your holidays be safe, happy and filled with wonderful books. From the team at Leaves of Gold Press!

Shop for gifts

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In the lead-up to the Holiday Season now’s the time to buy gifts online, to save yourself from being caught in the rush later on! We have plenty of books to choose from, for all ages and tastes. Browse our … Continued

Creepy Classics

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It’s October, and in the northern hemisphere last season’s leaves are falling. It’s time for pumpkins and funny costumes and all things orange-colored. Halloween is all about fantasy, and we specialize in fantasy. The vintage classic “The Book of Wonder“, … Continued

Icelandic saga

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For the Ancient Romans, September was the seventh month of the calendar which is why it is named after the Latin for “seven”, septem. American poet Helen Hunt Jackson loved the month of September. She wrote, “By all these lovely … Continued

Turtles

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August is here, and in the Northern Hemisphere the weather remains warm, though cooler nights are approaching. Fall is Harvest Time (and nearing hibernation time for some animals), so take the opportunity to browse through some of our books on … Continued