To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who on Saturday November 23, Morecambe Library has put together a collection of the latest Doctor-related books.
1 Doctor Who: The Doctor’s Live and Times – James Goss and Steve Tribe
A look back at 50 years of the Doctor looking at stories from each of the Doctors from William Hartnell to Matt Smith.
2 Doctor Who: 11 Doctors, 11 Stories – Various authors
A collection of 11 stories from 11 well-know authors including Eoin Colfer, Neil Gaiman and Malorie Blackman.
3 Who’s 50: 50 Doctor Who Stories to Watch before you die – An Unofficial Companion – Robert A. Smith and Graeme Burk
A collection of the best 50 Doctor Who stories made along with trivia and facts on all things Who.
4 Doctor Who: The Vault: Treasures From the First 50 Years
The full and official story of Doctor Who from the first pre-production memos in 1963 to the most recent series with Matt Smith.
5 Behind The Sofa: Celebrity Memories of Doctor Who – Edited by Steve Berry
From Jonathan Ross to Al Murray, this book collects together more than 100 celebrities’ earliest memories of Doctor Who.
6 Doctor Who: Essential Guide to 50 Years of Doctor Who
This fact-filled book is aimed at younger fans and covers all of the Doctors and their adventures.
7 Adventures With The Wife in Space: Living With Doctor Who – Neil Perryman
One man’s attempt at getting his wife to watch every Doctor Who episode from William Hartnell through to Paul McGann.
8 Terry Nation: The Man Who Invented The Daleks – Alwyn W. Turner
The biography of the man who created Doctor Who’s most famous foes – The Daleks.
9 Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia – Jason Loborik, Annabel Gibson and Moray Laing
Do you know your Cyberman from your Dalek, or your Doctors from your K9? This book is an essential guide to 50 years of amazing characters.
10 Whology – Doctor Who: The Official Miscellany – Cavan Scott and Mark Wright
This illustrated volume is packed with facts, charts and trivia.
lAll of these are available at your local Lancashire library, or visit http://bit.ly/allourbooks or http://capitadiscovery.co.uk/lancashire/ to reserve your copy now.