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    The Amazing Power Of Animals
    Gordon Smith - Paperback - Hay House
    Packed with real life stories including Gordon Smith's own, this title reveals the unconditional love that animals give to their owners and how they can remind us of how simple life can be and what the purpose of our life really is.
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    Around The Year: A Picture Book
    Elsa Maartman Beskow - Hardback - Floris
    Delightful verses and illustrations take young children through the special joys of each month of the year, from icy February to the green shoots of April, the red poppies of July, September's apples and the delights of December.
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    Are You Kidding?
    Bali Rai - Paperback - Barrington Stoke
    Marcus is in trouble - there's a new caretaker in school and it's his grandad. How embarrassing! But what's worse, the school mascot, Flossie the goat, has gone missing and Marcus suspects his grandad may have something to do with it.
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    Aberdeen: Inverurie & Pitmedden
    - Map - Ordnance Survey
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    The Adventures Of Roderick Random
    Tobias George Smollett - Paperback - Oxford University Press
    Roderick is a boisterous & unprincipled hero who answers life's many misfortunes with a sledgehammer. Left penniless, he leaves his native Scotland for London & on the way meets Strap, an old schoolfellow. Together they undergo many adventures at the hands of scoundrels & rogues.
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    The Age Of Liberation
    P. H. Scott - Paperback - Saltire Society
    This is Paul Scott's collection of essays, reviews, speeches and articles on Scotland and Scottish cultural life. It covers the period when the nation made rapid steps towards reclaiming control over its political, social and cultural affairs while at the same time marking the 300th anniversary of the Union of 1707.
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    Angel Rising
    Christopher Nicole - Hardback - Severn House
    1945. Anna Fehrbach is still wanted by the Russians for an attempt on the life of Stalin. When they trace her to her Scottish refuge, she escapes the only way she knows how: she shoots her way out. But she can't keep the Russians at bay for long, so in return for protection, Anna agrees to work for the American OSS again - now the CIA.
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    Avoid Being Mary, Queen Of Scots!
    Fiona Macdonald - Paperback - Book House
    See life through the eyes of one of the most unfortunate people in European history! Crowned as a baby, widowed at 18, schemed against in your own country and menaced by the superpower next door - your life is not going to be a bed of roses.
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    The Amazing Remarkable Monsieur Leotard: A Novel
    Eddie Campbell; Dan Best - Paperback - First Second
    With a riotous tale based on the life of the eponymous acrobat who popularised the leotard, Eddie Campbell delivers a highwire act of a graphic novel, following the misadventures of a circus company in the early 20th century.
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    The Argyll And Sutherland Highlanders: A Concise History
    Trevor Royle - Hardback - Mainstream
    The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders is one of the best-known regiments in the British Army. In a previous incarnation as the 93rd Highlanders, its soldiers were famed for being the thin red line that repulsed the Russian heavy cavalry at the Battle of Balaklava during the Crimean War. This book tells the regiments story.

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