Agatha Christie has long been a favourite among children, who like to read her books in the comfort of their own homes.
But for the first time, a new book from the author, who died in 2010, will be released this week.
The Agatha Cristóbal Macaulay Library will be launching The New Adventures of Agatha, a companion to Christie’s book collection to celebrate the author’s 80th birthday.
Christie has written more than 700 books and is a prolific writer.
The new collection is available for purchase on Amazon and Apple’s iBooks.
(Christie herself has a number of other books in her library.)
The library will also be offering a digital version of the book for $6.99.
“The New Adventures Of Agatha is a collection of stories that have been told in the context of Christie’s career and those of her friends and collaborators,” the book’s title page says.
“Each story is the story of a single day, and is filled with life-affirming moments and moments of joy, laughter, and affection.
The stories have a special power to bring people together and make us feel as if we were part of a family.”
The New York Times book critic Alan Boyle said that Christie’s work “can have the most lasting effect on the lives of children, teenagers and adults.”
He said the book “is a remarkable collection of books for children, but also for adults.”
The book has also attracted attention for its depiction of the late Christie’s family.
The family’s estate released a statement that said the collection “provides an exceptional opportunity to celebrate Agatha’s enduring influence on children and adults alike, and her influence on the world we live in.”
Christie’s daughter, Jane Christie, who wrote The New Family, said the release of the new collection will “strengthen our relationship with her legacy and provide children with something to remember her with.”