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- Hardback - The Bodley Head
Join Katie Morag McColl and her family on the Isle of Struay in this beautiful gift collection of classic stories. There are many adventures to be had on the Isle of Struay. There's her mum and dad's shop and post office, Grannie Island's house across the bay, the dancing classes at the hall - and just wait till the mischevious Big Boy Cousins come to visit. They're lots of fun!
- Paperback - Picture Corgi
It's time for the Honeypot Hill talent contest! Poppy and Honey are so excited but, among the many acts, how will Poppy stand out? Can Grandpa and a new banjo-playing boy help Poppy to wow the judges and dance her way to a win?
- Paperback - Cambridge University Press
This memoir consists of extracts from Mr Stevenson's professional reports, of notes from his diary, and of communications to scientific journals and societies, between the years 1798 and 1843.
- Add to BasketLinlithgow Through Time
- Paperback - Amberley
This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Linlithgow has changed and developed over the last century.
- Add to BasketThe Madness Of July
- Paperback - Head of Zeus
Will Flemyng was a spy who turned to politics and is rising to the top in the 1970s. But when a bizarre death, on one hot summer day in London, starts to unravel some of the most sensitive secrets of his government, he's drawn back into the shadows of the Cold War and begins to dance with danger once more. Buffeted by political forces and the powerful women around him, and caught in interlocking mysteries he must disentangle, Flemyng faces his vulnerability and learns, through betrayal and tragedy, more truth about his world than he has ever known.
- Add to BasketMidland Scottish Buses
- Paperback - Amberley
This volume uses a collection of period and contemporary images to tell the story of Midland Scottish and its buses.
- Paperback - Corgi Books
April 1943. A Mitsubishi transport plane plunges from the sky over the island of Bougainville. On board is Admiral Isoruku Yamamoto, architect of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. In a document case chained to his wrist is the greatest secret of the Second World War - a revelation with the potential to change the world if it is ever revealed. December 2011. Art recovery expert Jamie Saintclair celebrates the return of a Vermeer painting to its rightful owner, and the day turns even better when he's offered a lucrative commission. Not much can surprise Jamie, but he blinks when mining tycoon Keith Devlin reveals the object he wants him to find. How did the preserved head of a Solomon Island warrior end up in a German museum? And how is he supposed to discover what happened to it in 1945?
- Add to BasketStoried Revelations: Parables, Imagination And George Macdonald
- Paperback - The Lutterworth Press
'Storied Revelations' explores the interface between the Bible and George Macdonald's fiction. The way Jesus uses language in the parables sheds light on our understanding of Macdonald's careful use of language in his fiction.
- Paperback - Sceptre
A hilarious miscellany of Anglo-Scots rivalry celebrating 700 years of love, hatred and indifference - published to mark the Scottish Independence referendum.
- Add to BasketWhen Mr Dog Bites
- Paperback - Bloomsbury
Dylan Mint has Tourette's. For Dylan, life is a constant battle to keep the bad stuff in - the swearing, the tics, the howling dog that escapes whenever he gets stressed. And, as a sixteen-year-old virgin and pupil at Drumhill Special School, getting stressed is something of an occupational hazard. But then a routine visit to the hospital changes everything. Overhearing a hushed conversation between the doctor and his mother, Dylan discovers that he's going to die next March. So he grants himself three parting wishes: three 'Cool Things To Do Before I Cack It'.