Song of Ice and Fire (Wikipedia)
Non-British people may require a translator...
Moonseed by Stephen Baxter
The Chronicles of Prydain
The Shadow Of The Wind
I almost don't want an adaptation. I love the version in my head.
A guide to how to start reading Discworld on The Wertzone. I started with the Witches at the age of 11, but now I may choose differently. Be careful, the wrong choice could accidentally put you off an excellent series of books.
Horrible Histories. Got me into history as a kid and still a good read as an adult. (The CBBC show is also amazing).
A Million Years In A Day: A Curious History Of Everyday Life From The Stone Age To The Phone Age. Greg Jenner, fact finder for the award-winning Horrible Histories, delves into the history of objects and activities we experience every day.Funny and informative, I really enjoyed it.
Darwin's Radio

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Xeelee: An Omnibus: Raft, Timelike Infinity, Flux, Ring by Stephen Baxter. $14.87. Publisher: Gollancz (March 18, 2010). Author: Stephen Baxter. 916 pages
I <3 Stephen Baxter!
My favorite book (1st in series was Flood.)
For Us, the Living : A Comedy of Customs by Robert A. Heinlein (2003, Hardcover)
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