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- Add to BasketSummer
- Boards - Floris
Each of the titles in this set of books-without-text, leads young children through a season with fun, active pictures. Playing with lambs in spring, fishing for tadpoles in summer, collecting conkers in autumn and shovelling snow in winter, are just some of the scenes depicted.
- Paperback - Pevensey
This text provides a useful guide for the discerning tourist and island devotee, including everything the visitor needs to know about the islands' heritage, landscape, climate, flora and fauna.
- Add to BasketA Scottish Journey
- Paperback - Wildcountry
Photographer David Paterson travels the length and breadth of Scotland, from the Borders to the Shetlands and from Aberdeenshire to the Outer Hebrides, in search for the landscapes which will reveal and define the country he loves.
- Add to BasketThe Snail And The Whale
- Paperback - Macmillan Children's
A snail longs to see the world and hitches a lift on a whale's tail. Together they go on an amazing journey, past icebergs and volcanoes, sharks and penguins, and the snail feels very small in the vastness of the world. But when the whale is beached in a bay, it's the tiny snail who saves the day.
- Add to BasketSwedish Folk Tales
- Hardback - Floris
A collection of classic Swedish folk tales from authors including Elsa Beskow, Anna Wahlenberg, P.A. Lindholm and Helena Nyblom.
- Add to BasketSeven Days Battles: Lee's Defense Of Richmond
- Paperback - Osprey
Robert E. Lee's first major campaign drove the Union forces back from the gates of Richmond. This book traces the course of this short yet crucial campaign.
- Add to BasketStreetwise: Stories From An Irish Prison
- Paperback - Mainstream
'Streetwise' reveals what is really happening on the streets. The stories contained here are told by prisoners: those who have been involved in crime and are now paying their debt to society, allowing the reader to enter the minds of criminals and begin to understand the circumstances behind their actions.
- Add to BasketShimmer
- Paperback - Nick Hern
Each year the Traverse Theatre produces two plays as its own contribution to the Edinburgh Festival. 'Shimmer', by Linda McLean, has been chosen as one of the plays. McLean's previous work includes 'One Way Beating' and 'Riddance'.
- Add to BasketThe Scottish Peaks: A Pictorial Guide To Walking In This Region And To The Safe Ascent Of Its Most Spectacular Mountains
- Paperback - Frances Lincoln
This is a classic guide to enjoying the scenery of Scotland Comprehensive, easy to use and illustrated with 250 black and white photographs, the book provides detailed directions on routes and paths.
- Add to BasketA Sunday At The Pool In Kigali
- Paperback - Canongate
This novel is a cathartic denunciation of poverty, ignorance, global apathy and media blindness. It is both a poignant love story and a stirring hymn to humanity.