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- Add to BasketA Squash And A Squeeze
- Hardback - Macmillan Children's
'A Squash and a Squeeze' is a rhyming fable that tells of a little old lady who thinks her home is too small. A wise man tells her to take in a succession of animals so that it really is a squash in the house!
- Add to BasketSex, Death And Football
- Paperback - Luath
Alistair Findlay, author of the acclaimed 'Shale Voices', takes a measured look at those three most important facets of life - sex, death, and of course, football.
- Add to BasketThe Silver Chief: Lord Selkirk & The Scottish Pioneers Of Belfast, Baldoon & Red River
- Paperback - Natural Heritage Books
Belfast, Prince Edward Island, founded in 1803, owes its existence to Lord Selkirk. Named 'The Silver Chief' by the five native peoples with whom he negotiated a land treaty at Red River, the fifth Earl of Selkirk spent a fortune helping Scots Highlanders relocate in Canada.
- Add to BasketScottish Clans And Tartans: Souvenir Guide
- Paperback - Colin Baxter
This is an illustrated guide to the Scottish clans and the tartans. Alastair Cunningham describes the origins of the clans, clan customs and much more.
- Add to BasketStone Voices: The Search For Scotland
- Paperback - Granta
The story of Neal Ascherson's return to his native Scotland. It is an exploration of Scottish identity, but is much more than a rumination on the future of a small nation. Selecting powerful episodes in Scottish history, he teases from each their part in the formation of what became Scottish nationalism.
- Add to BasketShining Souls
- Paperback - Nick Hern
It's Ann's wedding day, but she's in two minds who to marry, and caught between two men in her life, both called Billy. Her daughter wants to save souls, and then there's Nanette and her friend Prophet John. Soon, there's nine characters in search of their souls, some sex and a wardrobe.
- Add to BasketScottish Life And Society: Bibliography: A Compendium Of Scottish Ethnology
- Hardback - Tuckwell
The need for a Bibliography for Scottish Ethnology, to serve national as well as international purposes, has long been felt. This compilation, primarily of Scottish but with some comparative material, makes a substantial contribution to the resources avai
- Hardback - Prion
Leslie Starke (1905-74) was one of the most inventive and best-loved cartoonists of his day. His jokes, usually without captions, show he was very much an innovator in what would now be called 'off-the-wall' comedy. Here are nearly 200 of the best of Starke's inimitable drawings.
- Add to BasketA Season In Dornoch: Golf And Life In The Scottish Highlands
- Paperback - Mainstream
In 1977, Lorne Rubenstein, an avid golfer, travelled to Dornoch in the Highlands. He sought to uncover an authentic sense of self and turned to a place where golf was purest. Here, he describes how the experience had a profound effect on him.
- Add to BasketThe Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde And Other Tales Of Terror
- Paperback - Penguin
This dark psychological fantasy is more than a moral tale. It is also a product of its time, drawing on contemporary theories of class, evolution and criminality and the secret lives behind Victorian propriety, to create a unique form of urban Gothic.