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One in three Brits have turned to reading since March, with paperback book sales jumping through the roof during lockdown according to The Reading Agency[1]. However, with bookshops and libraries closed, finding enough reading material can be challenging. Thankfully for bookworms, supermarket Aldi has announced its first ever Summer Reading range filled with great reads at everyday prices.

The range is available to pick up in stores from 7th June, as well as available order online from 4th June.

Aldi’s Summer Reading range has something for all the family. From chilling thrillers and nail-biting crime dramas for Mum and Dad and paperbacks perfect for book-obsessed teens to reimagined Disney classics and Marvel-inspired tales to keep the kids entertained. Shoppers can expect to see the latest reads from much loved and best-selling writers such as Antony Horowitz and Dawn French all available for just £2.99, ideal for whiling away a warm summer’s evening.

Aldi’s Summer Reading range also includes five reimagined Disney classics full of loveable characters from the big screen, and at only £1.99, are just the thing for a bedtime story or the little one’s first steps to independent reading. Kids can dive into new tales from their favourite characters from the silver screen such as Frozen’s Anna and Else and Moana or engross themselves in books featuring heroes from the blockbuster Marvel franchise. Choose from Belle, The Brave Princess, Anna, Elsa and the Secret River and Moana and the Ocean to Night Night, Groot and Grow up, Ant-Man!

 Highlights from the range include:

Those Other Woman – Nicola Moriarty
Liane Moriarty, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Big Little Lies described this psychological thriller as “A firecracker of a novel…”. Those who enjoyed the hit TV show, are guaranteed to be tearing through this.

According to Yes – Dawn French
Inspired by Dawn French’s short-lived role as a nanny in New York, the comedienne’s latest novel is as funny as her. As the story begins with the female protagonist, Rosie Kittow running away, we can’t help but relate to her new mantra to say ‘YES’ to everything.

One Thousand Stars and You – Isabelle Broom
We follow Alice, a relatively relatable character that is having her last hurrah in Sri Lanka before she settles down for good. Once we land in the colourful country, we meet Max who puts life into perspective. A heart-warming and heart-breaking read and if you didn’t have Sri Lanka on your places to go, you will do after this.

The Futures – Anna Pitoniak
Like many people, the lovers in this story are as much in love with New York as they are with each other. But will New York bring them together, or tear them apart? An authentic young love story of those balancing relationships and work, an all too familiar problem we’ve all dealt with.

The House Across the Street – Lesley Pearse
We’re transported back to 1964 and how a very normal looking street has unravelled an abundance of secrets. Harmless peeping of the glamorous neighbour Gloria soon turns sinister as young Katy Speed’s father is charged with her murder and it’s up to Katy to uncover the facts.

Forever and a Day – Anthony Horowitz
Horowitz’ second official Bond novel, we meet Mr Bond before he became the infamous 007 and follow him on his first espionage with a villainous encounter in none other than the glamourous shores of the South of France.

The Death of Mrs Westaway – Ruth Ware
Hailed as the Agatha Christie of the 21st Century, Ruth Ware takes readers on an unusual adventure where we’re faced with being on the side of the crook rather than the victim.

Trust Me – Anna Ryan
Published under a pseudonym for an Emmy-award winning investigative journalist, readers will be sitting at the edge of their seat whilst delving into a case inspired by real-life events experienced by Hank Phillipi Ryan.

The Innocent Wife – Amy Lloyd
An immediate page turner, you will not want to put this book down. A gripping modern thriller that combines true crime documentaries with the fickleness of the giant social media has become today.

A Stranger in the House – Shari Lapena
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Couple Next Door, Shari Lapena has done it once again by providing her fans with an intriguing and suspenseful thriller.

Aldi’s Summer Reading range is available in stores 7th June and available to order online from 4th June while stocks last. The full range can be found below:

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Notes to editors:
Aldi is Britain’s fifth largest supermarket with more than 875 stores and 33,000 employees.
The company has more than doubled its market share since 2010. In the 12 weeks to 22nd March, Aldi grew sales by 11.0% and it achieved an 8.2% share of the UK grocery market (Kantar Worldpanel data). By 2025, Aldi will operate over 1,200 stores.
Aldi is attracting hundreds of thousands of new customers every year with its range of exclusive brands, passing low operating costs on to customers in the form of low prices.
The supermarket believes in making every day amazing and that’s why every single day Aldi delivers on the best possible value for millions of families throughout the UK and Ireland across everything from award-winning fresh produce to world class gin.
Aldi won’t be beaten on price; consistently racks up award after award for quality; treats its suppliers with fairness and respect and recognises the responsibility of supporting valued institutions such as Team GB to demonstrate the importance of health and wellness. That’s Aldi. That’s everyday amazing. The reason they do this? Because Aldi believes that everyone should have access to fresh, healthy, affordable food…it’s a right, not a privilege.
 The company’s current achievements and initiatives include:

  • Aldi is the UK’s lowest priced supermarket. The Grocer’s weekly price comparison of 33 supermarket products found that a weekly shop at Aldi was 8.1% cheaper than its nearest competitor (The Grocer – 7th February 2020)
  • Aldi has a five-year partnership with Teenage Cancer Trust – its fundraising target of £5m will go towards helping the trust to reach out to every young person with cancer in the UK. 
  • Aldi’s rates of pay are significantly higher than the Government’s National Living Wage and also above the Living Wage Foundation’s recommended national rates. Store Assistants receive a minimum hourly rate of £9.40 nationally and £10.90 in London.
  • Aldi is the official supermarket partner of Team GB and ensures every member of the team has access to fresh healthy Aldi food via monthly shopping vouchers, and that 1.2 million 5-14 year olds will learn about the benefits of cooking fresh, healthy food via its Get Set to Eat Fresh education initiative. Aldi has been a partner since 2015 and has extended its commitment to the 2024 Olympic games in Paris.
  • In June 2019, for the sixth consecutive year, Aldi was ranked the best-performing supermarket for compliance with the Groceries Supply Code of Practice, underlining its commitment to maintaining fair, predictable and sustainable prices within its supply chain.

Full details of Aldi’s awards and achievements are detailed at

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