• Pages: 96
  • Format: 210 x 148 mm
  • Illustrations: B/W
  • Publication date: Mar/June/Sept/Dec
  • Producer: Smith Settle
  • Digital access: Full archive via all internet browsers and on most hand-held Android & Apple devices
  • Details: 4 printed issues & free digital access *save £8
Made in Britain

Slightly Foxed: Young Reader’s 1-Year Print Subscription (+ Free Digital Archive)

4 printed issues plus free digital access
From£30 UK RRP: £44

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Our special subscription rate for those aged 30 and under includes a one year print subscription (4 issues) plus free digital access so they can read the new issue each quarter and the full archive of back issues on a computer, laptop, iPad or other mobile device too.

Digital Access

Digital access will begin with the publication of the first issue and will remain valid for the duration of the subscription. You will receive a letter with your first issue containing instructions for accessing the digital edition within 5 working days of placing your order. Or, if it is a gift subscription, the recipient will receive instructions with their first issue.

Gift Subscriptions

Gift subscriptions will usually start with the current issue which can be sent out for a date of your choice, tied up with elegant ribbon and accompanied by a hand-written gift card with a message of your choice. Gift subscriptions may also start with the previous or forthcoming issues. If the former, both previous and current issues will be dispatched at once; if the latter, a letter and card will be sent out in advance of the issue being published, or together with the issue for a later date. You can select a delivery date when you reach the checkout.

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'An inspired gift for a hungry reader'

Hooray, hurrah, for here's the fox being recommended in the Telegraph Christmas Books 2014 round-up.

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‘A great present for someone who likes books’

‘Slightly Foxed is a handsome handful of thick creaminess, always with lovely covers, and would make a great present for someone who likes books, and for who you can never think of a remotely...

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‘A heartfelt celebration of writing that has stood the test of time’

‘Subscribers are so happy they exist that they occasionally drop in to the kitchen headquarters – sometimes they bring marmalade; at Christmas, they send cash so the staff can all go out for a...

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‘A breath of friendly fresh air . . .’

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  1. mum says:

    For my favourite reader!

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