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  • Cover scan of Selected Poems
    Collected Poems
    Louis MacNeice - Paperback - Faber
    For both readers and critics, the nature of MacNeice's poetic work as a whole is a matter of importance. This work attempts to print MacNeice's poetry in groupings corresponding closely to the collections published by Faber between 1935 and 1963.
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    Since I Was A Princess: The Fourteen-Year Fight To Find My Children
    Jacqueline Pascarl - Hardback - Mainstream
    Jacqueline Pascarl tells how she channelled her grief, forging an existence as an aid worker & humanitarian ambassador in war-torn countries & working with refugees & the dispossessed. She describes how she persuaded some of the world's influential figures to support her aid work & became a human rights activist on the international stage.
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    A Scent Of Bluebells
    Meg Henderson - Paperback - Harper
    Alice McInally, beautiful and loved by her childhood sweetheart, hadn't anticipated the outcry when they announced their betrothal - as he was Catholic and she was Protestant. Their hope of a bright future flounders in war-torn Glasgow, and Alice ends up struggling to make ends meet - even if that means telling a lie.
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    Shopped: The Shocking Power Of British Supermarkets
    Joanna Blythman - Paperback - Harper Perennial
    In the 1970s, supermarkets in Britain accounted for 10% of the grocery spend. Today that figure is now 80%, influencing our whole way of life. This book looks at the impact of supermarket domination, from farmers who have to sell produce at less than its value to the teenage part-timers who stack the shelves.
  • Cover scan of Scotland's True Heritage Pubs
    Scotland's True Heritage Pubs
    - Paperback - CAMRA
    Edited by Michael Slaughter, this is an invalubale guide to 115 of Scotland's most unspoilt pubs and their unique interiors, many of which have altered very little in the past 40 years or so.
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    The School On North Barrule
    Mabel Esther Allan - Paperback - Fidra
    When Voirrey and Andreas Quilliam learn that they are going to Barrule House, a co-educational boarding-school in the Isle of Man, their feelings are very different. Voirrey has always longed to visit her father's native island, but Andreas dislikes the thought of boarding-school - especially with girls!
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    Salerno 1943: The Allied Invasion Of Italy
    Angus Konstam - Hardback - Pen & Sword
    This is the story of the tense, bitter struggle around the Salerno beach-head which decided the issue and changed the course of the campaign - for those ten critical days the fate of Italy hung in the balance. Using documentary records, memoirs and eyewitness accounts, Konstam recreates every stage of the battle.
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    Summer Nature Activities For Children
    Irmgard Kutsch; Brigitte Walden - Paperback - Floris
    Packed with fun nature activities that will help children engage with the season and learn practical skills, this book features activities that are based on practical experience from the Children's Nature and Garden Centre in Germany.
  • Cover scan of Sgeulachdan And Da Shaoghail Ann An Ceithir Litrichean
    Sgeulachdan And Da Shaoghail Ann An Ceithir Litrichean
    Michael Newton - Paperback - Sandstone
    The 'Sandstone Meanmnach' series is aimed at advanced Gaelic learners as well as accomplished readers. Recognising that most readers come from an English language background the books open with an introduction from the author that will contextualise and lead into the story.
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    The Southern Upland Way: Scotland's Coast To Coast Trail
    Alan Castle - Flexi-cover - Cicerone
    The Southern Upland Way is Scotland's coast-to-coast walk and the longest of the national trails north of the border. It runs for 212 miles from picturesque Portpatrick on the west coast across the Galloway and Border Hills to finish on the east coast at Cockburnspath, south of Dunbar.

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