Bestselling Scottish Books of 2007
- Maw Broon's Cookbook
- Kidnapped: The Graphic Novel by Robert Louis Stevenson and Alan Grant, illustrated by Cam Kennedy
- Haud Yer Wheesht! by Allan Morrison
- Up Oor Close by Jean Faley
- Voices from their Ain Countrie by Marion Angus and Violet Jacob
- Iain Banks' The Wasp Factory, The Crow Road and Whit by Alan MacGillivray; ASLS Guide
- Henderson's Wholefood Cookbook
- Robin Jenkins's The Cone-Gatherers by Iain Crichton Smith; ASLS Guide
- Homecraft Book
- Katie's Moose by James Robertson and Matthew Fitt; illustrated by Karen Sutherland
This book will be remembered fondly by generations for whom it was an invaluable companion. Its contents are as relevant today as when it was first published.
- Add to BasketIain Banks' The Wasp Factory, The Crow Road And Whit - - Paperback
The 'Scotnotes' series is a collection of study guides on major Scottish writers and literary texts. This volume looks at three of Iain Banks' novels, 'The Wasp Factory', 'The Crow Road', and 'Whit'.
Babies and young children will love the simple story of Katie gathering up her animal friends in time for bed. Each page shows Katie looking for the Dug, the Pig, the Bear, the Craw, the Coo and of course the wee Moose.
A facsimile of Maw Broon's very own cookbook, first made for her by her mother-in-law when 'Maw' married 'Paw', and added to over the years with recipes for every day and special days, from friends and neighbours, and others that simply caught Maw's eye in The Sunday Post or cut-out of the back of a flour bag.
- Add to BasketRobert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped - - Paperback
Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Kidnapped' is here retold as a graphic novel. It is the story of 17-year-old David Balfour who sets out to find his uncle, never dreaming that he will narrowly escape being murdered or that he will be kidnapped and end up in the company of the fugitive Alan Breck.
- Add to BasketRobin Jenkins's The Cone-Gatherers - - Paperback
The 'Scotnotes' series is a collection of study guides on major Scottish writers and literary texts. This volume looks at 'The Cone-Gatherers' by Robin Jenkins.
- Add to BasketUp Oor Close: Memories Of Domestic Life In Glasgow Tenements, 1910-1945 - - Paperback
The accounts gathered here of life in Glasgow tenements bring to light the routines and rituals of previously disregarded lives - from housework and shopping, to childbirth and death - and show how large families could live happily in two rooms
- Add to BasketVoices From Their Ain Countrie: The Poems Of Marion Angus And Violet Jacob - - Paperback
Serious and whimsical, radical and emotional, the poetry of Angus and Jacob continues to enthrall. More than 200 poems are included in this anthology which traces their similarities and differences to provide a critical background for a full appreciation of their work.