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Founded in 1936, Grant & Cutler is the largest foreign-language bookseller in the UK and is now part of Foyles. We stock books and other material in more than 150 living languages from Afrikaans to Zulu.

We specialise in the major Western and Eastern European languages including Russian and Polish, but we also carry substantial stocks of Middle Eastern and Asian languages.

As well as foreign languages, we carry extensive ranges of English as a Foreign Language (EFL and ELT) books.

You can browse our languages by subject, search for any title, author or ISBN and we will tell you whether it is in stock or estimate its order time for you.

 

Download one of our catalogues for an offline selection of titles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A guide for Grantandcutler.com users

We know that users can get very comfortable with a website and changing to another can cause temporary concerns about where your favourite products or services now are so we hope this quick guide will help.

What is the same?

  • All the titles from Grantandcutler.com are included on Foyles.
  • The languages categories are the same.
  • You can place orders by your Foyles/Grant & Cutler account or by credit card.
  • You will receive an order confirmation email now from orders@foyles.co.uk
  • You can enter purchase order numbers and other order specific information during order entry.
  • The PDF catalogues can be downloaded or viewed see the links on this page.
  • You can still speak to our staff about your orders or enquiries using the same contact details as before.

 

What is different?

  • A website login is now required to buy, but your details will be remembered for future visits. Non-account users can choose our Guest Checkout if they don't want to keep their details on file.
  • Advanced Search available including filters for availability and format, including or excluding our marketplace lines.
  • Use the Show Top Search Results filter to control the number of results you see.
  • You can filter your search results by category or language and many other useful options.
  • You can pay by Credit/Debit Card, PayPal or Foyalty or Foyles Gift Card.
  • You can earn Foyalty points by signing up for a Foyalty card (not available to account customers).
  • You can check the status of your order online in your website login & see past orders.
  • Use Saved Items to keep your items available for ordering. These are held on your login so are not computer specific.
  • You will receive a dispatch notification email when we have invoiced you.
  • You can keep multiple delivery and billing addresses for later use.
  • Student Discount available online along with other special offers.
 
 
 
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