Any book with an ISBN that is registered correctly can be ordered via any bookseller worldwide, but this tends to mean they don't hold stock and order as and when required, hence the notice you sometimes get on the likes of Amazon where it asks you to allow up to six weeks for delivery. Because of this Ceratopia Books is now part of the Amazon Advantage programme meaning they keep a stock of the the books on their premises.
Since joining the orders received via Amazon have grown steadily with a new parcel being despatched to them every five or so days. This morning's order was the largest yet, and necessitated a large box and plenty of packing material.
But you don't need to go along to Amazon if you don't want to, as all the Ceratopia Books are available via the shop on this website, which in itself takes a steady stream of orders. The advantage of coming direct is that you can request a signed and dedicated book, should you want one. All Ceratopia Books are reasonably priced and make an ideal pressie, be it Martin Bradley's recently launched Top Gun Of The Sky, Val Anne Lee's charming On The Banks Of Hatchet Pond, the wonderful Charley's Day On The Farm by Bryan Pass of Longdown Activity Farm, or Simon Chadwick's New Forest Friends books, which collectively have now sold over 22,000 copies.
With plenty of ways to buy, you're spoilt for choice this Christmas.