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- Add to BasketRed Dust Road
- Paperback - Picador
In this revelatory and redemptive book Jackie Kay tells the story of her own life. It is a book about belonging and beliefs, strangers and family, biology and destiny and what makes us who we are.
- Add to BasketRed Fever
- Paperback - Floris
A terrible virus has wiped out much of the human population and Scotland is now a wasteland, overrun by wild dogs. Toby's little sister Sylvie is dangerously ill and his family set out in a boat along the Aberdeenshire coast in desperate search of medicine.
- Add to BasketRobert Burns And Pastoral: Poetry And Improvement In Late Eighteenth-Century Scotland
- Hardback - Oxford University Press
This text restores the long marginalised Scottish poet Robert Burns to his rightful place as a major poet of the 18th century & Romantic period. It discusses his education as a farmer during the revolutionary period of 'improvement' in 18th-century Scotland, decision to write 'Scots pastoral' poetry, & influence on Wordsworth and Coleridge.
- Add to BasketRoxy's Baby
- Paperback - Bloomsbury
Roxy is wild and uncontrollable. She hates her parents and her goody-two-shoes sister. Then there is the night of the party, where she lets that boy kiss her, and more - and Roxy is pregnant. She won't tell her mother, her family. So she decides to run away to London.
- Add to BasketRis A' Bhruthaich: Criticism And Prose Writings
- Paperback - Acair
This book contains over 40 years of criticism, the changes and development in Gaelic scholarship during that period bringing fresh perceptions and interpretations. The essays vary in subject matter, from the folk songs of the 17th century to the parallels between the instigators of the Clearances and the fascists of Germany.
- Add to BasketRoom On The Broom
- Hardback - Macmillan Children's
A witch and her cat fly over forests, rivers and mountains on their broomstick until a stormy wind blows away the witch's hat, bow and wand. They are retrieved by a dog, a bird and a frog, but each animal asks for a ride. Is there room on the broom?
- Add to BasketThe Rising Sun
- Paperback - Picador
Scottish entrepreneurs aimed to cut a road across the infested swamps of Panama's Darien peninsula. A young Scot, Roderick Mackenzie, describes the horrors and difficulties the crew of one boat faced when they arrived there.