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- Add to BasketThe Scots: A Photohistory
- Hardback - Thames & Hudson
Following its invention in 1839, a craze for photography gripped Scotland, and over the next 100 years Scottish photographers captured an impressive visual record of their land and its people. This volume documents a century of upheaval and change that recast forever the character of Scotland.
- Add to BasketSeventy-One Guns: The Year Of The First Arsenal Double
- Paperback - Mainstream
The 1970-71 football season proved historic as Arsenal achieved the first double of football's televised era amid controversy and drama. This text includes interviews with the Arsenal players and coaches and recreates that memorable season.
- Add to BasketShang-A-Lang: Life As An International Pop Idol
- Hardback - Mainstream
'Shang-A-Lang' is the personal story of the rise and fall of the Bay City Rollers. A no-holds-barred account of Rollermania and beyond, the book provides a candid insight into the less savoury aspects of the music industry.
- Add to BasketThe Smoky Smirr O Rain: A Scots Anthology
- Paperback - Itchy Coo
This anthology contains a vast selection of literature in Scots. Arranged thematically into topics such as love, home, death, jealousy, pride, ambition, freedom, work and play, it gives teachers and students immense scope both for comparative analysis and exploration of the main concerns of individual authors.
- Add to BasketThe Sporting Scot: An Anthology Of Scottish Sport
- Paperback - Birlinn
This work celebrates Scots' literary love affair with sport in all of its many forms. It includes selcted writings from novels, short stories and light verse, together with journalism, reports, and analysis about sport. It also reflects an awareness that journalism and literature sometimes overlap.
- Add to BasketTraditional Fair Isle Knitting
- Paperback - Dover
The author shows how any circular-method knitting technique can create Fair Isle patterns and offers practical advice on designing garments and use of colour, assisting knitters in designing their own patterns and finding inspiration for endless variations and adaptations.
- Add to BasketTravels Into The Interior Of Africa
- Paperback - Eland
Mungo Park, a surgeon, was sent by the African Association to explore West Africa & open trade routes along the Niger River to the fabled, gold-rich Timbuctu. His record of his travels brought a new image of Africa to the European public, though the continent claimed his life.
- Add to BasketUse Of Weapons
- Paperback - Orbit
Ferociously intelligent, both witty and horrific, this novel from Ian M. Banks, author of 'Consider Phlebas' and 'The player of Games', is science fiction at its best.
- Add to BasketHarry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix
- Hardback - Bloomsbury
This novel by J.K. Rowling continues the further adventures of boy wizard Harry and his friends. Harry is due to start his fifth year at Hogwarts School, and what he is about to discover will turn his world upside down. This special edition in bound in cloth with gold edging and a ribbon marker.
- Add to BasketThree Junes
- Paperback - Arrow
Julia Glass depicts the life and loves of the McLeod family during three crucial summers spanning a decade. She shows how betrayals of the heart and family ties can offer redemption and joy.