The Steyning Bookshop is a small family run bookshop, established in 1984. We stock a wide range of new fiction and non-fiction, with a particular specialisation in children's books and local-interest books, maps and guides. For books not in stock we have a fast, often next-day ordering service. We also sell a beautiful array of cards, wrap, stationery and book-related gifts and toys. >> Read more ...

Events

We hold monthly 'Author Suppers' at the Sussex Produce café, have regular children's author events and workshops, and also organise the literary events for the biennial Steyning Festival. Watch this space!
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Local Interest

Walkers, cyclists and visitors - look no further for your maps, guides and local history books! We always keep Ordnance Survey maps to the area in stock, and have a huge range of walking guides and niche interest local history too, as well as attractive coffee table art and photography books with a Sussex theme. >> Read more ...

Julia Donaldson

Best-selling children's author Julia Donaldson recently moved to Steyning, and we are delighted to be able to offer online ordering of signed Julia Donaldson books via our online store. >> Read more ...

Events

We hold regular 'Author Suppers' at the Sussex Produce café, and have frequent children's author events and workshops at the shop. We also organise book ...

Julia Donaldson

We are very fortunate to have the best-selling children’s writer Julia Donaldson living in Steyning. Julia has been a frequent visitor to Steyning over ...

Schools

Find out more about how we can bring books to life at your school! We can organise book fairs, arrange author visits, consult on school ...

Local interest

Walkers, cyclists and tourists - look no further for an unrivalled selection of maps, guidebooks, walking guides and local history!

What we're reading

Our Endless Numbered Days

by Claire Fuller

Published by Penguin

Winner of the 2015 Desmond Elliott Prize for Fiction this is a striking and absorbing first novel inspired by the true life story of Robin van Helsum, a Dutch boy who walked out of a German forest in 2011 claiming to have survived there with his father The novel opens with the young narrator Peggy,… Read More

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