It's not too late to join in with our February Books of the Month!

24 February 2019

Our education pick: Teaching Creative Thinking by Bill Lucas and Ellen Spencer.

Our coaching pick: The Five-Minute Coach by Lynne Cooper and Mariette Castellino.

Here™s how to get involved in our book club and buy these books at a fantastic 50% discount ...



Click here to buy your copy of Teaching Creative Thinking and here to buy your copy of The Five-Minute Coach, with free UK postage. Use code BotMFeb19 at the checkout before midnight on 28th February 2019 to take advantage of this fabulous 50% discount!

When your order arrives in the post:


  • unpack and share a photo of the book(s) on TwitterFacebook or Instagram and tag us @crownhousepub

  • start reading

  • keep reading

  • share your thoughts and join in the discussion using #CrownBotM



We will also be sharing regular updates using #CrownBotM, so keep your eyes peeled!


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