Recent Releases

This is a complete list of the new books which have arrived on the site within the last month. See This Month's Highlights for a selection.

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    Tom Palmer - Paperback - Barrington Stoke
    Borderlands is no ordinary school - all of the students boarding there have parents in the armed forces, and the UK is drawing perilously close to war in the Middle East. New boy Woody is desperate to escape the school and find his way to his dad's military base, but his dad has been mobilised. He's gone. Worried and unhappy, Woody turns to the only thing that could help get him through - rugby.
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    The Girl With The Nsunshine Smile
    Karen McCombie - Paperback - Barrington Stoke
    Meg is the girl with the sunshine smile. That's what they call her at the wedding fairs where she models her mum's dresses. But then Mum meets Danny. Danny, with the grotty houseboat, four sons, and a three-legged cat. All of a sudden, Meg's life clouds over. Will Meg ever find her sunshine smile again?
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    Leith Through Time
    Jack Gillon - Paperback - Amberley
    In 1560, when Mary of Guise ran Scotland and Mary, Queen of Scots, remained in France, Mary of Guise moved the Scottish Court to Leith, a site that is now Parliament Street, off Coalhill. Serving Edinburgh's shipbuilding and repair facilities, Leith's port saw the opening of a new Wet Dock, the first of its kind in Scotland. Today, Leith is, again, part of Edinburgh, and recent regeneration has helped improve its poorer areas. This book takes you on Leith's journey, with old and new images to illustrate how the area has changed over the years.
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    A Perfectly Ordinary School
    Jeremy Strong - Paperback - Barrington Stoke
    At school they call Frankie 'Lanky Frankie' and Molly 'Molly the Dolly'. But Frankie's had enough, so his mum and dad pack him off to a very special school where he can learn how to stand up to his classmates - by turning into different monsters! But that's only if he can survive the teachers first.
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    River Clyde: From Source To Sea
    Richard Happer - Paperback - Amberley
    The Clyde is a river of global importance - it was once the world's pre-eminent shipbuilding centre and a major trade hub for the British Empire. This book will explore the history, culture and geography of the river, from its source in the remote southern uplands to the city of Glasgow via Scotland's industrial heartland, and on to where it meets the sea in the beautiful Firth of Clyde.
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    Tom Dashwood: Friend Of Outlaws
    Philip Ardagh - Paperback - Barrington Stoke
    This is the story of young knight-to-be Tom Dashwood and his band of outlaws. Follow Tom as he first encounters the outlaws, read about how they save the people from evil overlords and set off on a wild goose chase of an adventure.
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    The Free
    Brian Ruckley - Paperback - Orbit
    A warrior of legend. A warrior to be feared. The famed Yulan is leader of The Free, the last remaining band of mercenaries in the Hommetic Kingdom. He and his comrades have earned a reputation of mythic proportions by selling their martial and magical talents to the highest bidder. Feared and revered, they were once seen as a threat to the Hommetic Kingdom's power - until they outlasted it in the course of a bloody rebellion. With the oppressive monarch overthrown, The Free plan to finally lay down their weapons, hoping for a chance of peace at last. But their enemies will not let them rest just yet. For the final contract Yulan is offered is one he'll be unable to refuse - not when he learns the target is the very man responsible for the worst atrocity he has ever witnessed.
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    The Glasgow & South Western Railway: A History
    David Ross - Hardback - Stenlake Publishing
    This volume has been researched using original sources and is full referenced, making it ideal for anybody wishing to study the development of railways in south-west Scotland.
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    The Herald Diary 2014: Another Stoater
    Ken Smith - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    Wherever Scots gather they tell jokes and stories. And the very best of these much-loved tales find their way to the daily Diary column of The Herald. This volume gathers the very best tales from the column.
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    Slim Jim: Simply The Best
    Tom Miller - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    Jim Baxter was one of Scotland's greatest-ever football players, a left-footed wonder who became a Rangers icon and a leading member of the celebrated Scotland side of the 1960s. In this insightful biography, Tom Miller takes an in-depth look at the legend known as Slim Jim.

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