A trip back to childhood in the 30s, 40s and 50s for the 20th window in the calendar - Uncle Mac's Children's Hour Book.
Window number 19 is something a little quirky. Odd Corners in Derbyshire by William T Palmer.
A quick trip around Derbyshire from the comfort of your armchair.
Open the Advent Calendar window number 18 and you'll find a copy of Country Living's Country Christmas.
There's still time to use the ideas and recipes to have a real country Christmas this year!
The 17th window - and it's the bear with the scarf - Rupert himself.
Rupert Annuals have been published since the 1930s and are still going strong. This one came out in 1975.
Welcome to the 16th window of the Advent calendar - and what Christmas is complete without Delia Smith!
The 14th window - and for those of us of a certain age, there was always a new Giles annual to read on Christmas Day.
This particular one is from 1988 - the year of Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards - and has a foreword by screenwriter Johnny Speight.
The 13th window in the Peak Volumes Advent calendar is The Big Fisherman by Lloyd C Douglas, author of The Robe.
This is the story of Peter, one of Jesus' closest disciples. This edition was published by Peter Davies in 1949.
We have the ideal solution for you - one of Peak Volumes' lovely laminated book vouchers. These are available in denominations of £5, £10 and £20 (or any combination of these), with a free Christmas card.
You can come in and buy them in person, or we can take credit or debit card orders over the phone and post the cards and vouchers out to you (postage is £1). We can even write a card and post it to your recipient, written in our bestest handwriting and nicest purple pen, for an extra £1.50. Just tell us what you want us to say - perfect for a secret Santa!
Just a teensy bit of small print - these are only valid at Peak Volumes in Tideswell .
Peak Volumes will be at the Tideswell and District Community Association coffee morning on Saturday at the church hall at Fountain Square. £1 gets you in, including a tea or coffee, and there will be cakes, and lots of lovely ideas for Christmas gifts for sale. Do your Christmas shopping locally this year!
There are lots of other things going on in Tideswell on Saturday as well, so if you want to work your way round the village it will really make your day worthwhile! The Tideswell School of Food and the Courtyard Stove and Cooker Center has a Festive Open Day between 11 am and 3 pm; and Nicholson Court has its Christmas Fair from 10, with all proceeds going to Macmillan. And if you are in the village all weekend, there's Nine Lessons and Carols with Cressbrook Band at 3 pm on Sunday 8 December at St John’s Church, Cressbrook, just a few miles up the road.
The first window on the Peak Volumes Advent calendar - The Prince of the House of David by JH Ingraham
The book was published by Gall & Inglis and has no date, but is probably from the 1890s or early 1900s.
Peak Volumes - a bookshop the way they used to be