Books

Format: 09/2018
Format: 09/2018
Crane, Ben
Ben Crane
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An evocation of the falconer's art and a moving story of a man's discovery of how to be a father.

Blood Ties by Ben Crane
Gardner, Sally
Sally Gardner
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An enchanting fairytale about Mr Tiger, and his troupe of acrobats, Betsy K. Glory, the daughter of a mermaid and an ice-cream maker, from bestselling author Sally Gardner and illustrated by Nick Maland.

Mr Tiger, Betsy and the Blue Moon by Sally Gardner
Hamilton-Paterson, James
James Hamilton-Paterson
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James Hamilton-Paterson turns his literary and analytical skills to the wider picture of Britain's lost industrial and technological civilisation.

What We Have Lost by James Hamilton-Paterson
Millington, Caroline
Caroline Millington
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From managing the impact of social media on your mental health to building self-confidence, Kindfulness will help equip readers with the tools they need to have a more positive mindset.

Kindfulness by Caroline Millington
Sturgis, Matthew
Matthew Sturgis
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The first major biography of Oscar Wilde in thirty years.

Oscar by Matthew Sturgis
Weldon, Fay
Fay Weldon
[field_chapter]
> Spoils of War, Book 02

The last instalment in Dilberne sequence: following one family through the twentieth century.

After the Peace by Fay Weldon
Monroe, J.S.
J.S. Monroe
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She came home to find strangers living in her house. But who is she? And who is telling the truth?

Forget My Name by J.S. Monroe
Ballagh, Robert
Robert Ballagh
[field_chapter]

An honest and unvarnished memoir from Ireland's most successful and controversial living artist.

A Reluctant Memoir by Robert Ballagh
Lough, David
David Lough
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The first ever collection of the letters between Churchill and his mother sheds revelatory light on the future wartime premier.

Darling Winston by David Lough
Addis, Ferdinand
Ferdinand Addis
[field_chapter]

A portrait of the city at the heart of Western civilization, brought to life in twenty-two scenes from its 2,500-year history.

Rome by Ferdinand Addis
Coleman, Terry
Terry Coleman
[field_chapter]

Pick, shovel, dynamite: the classic account of the men who built the railways.

The Railway Navvies by Terry Coleman
Coulthard, Sally
Sally Coulthard
[field_chapter]

A month-by-month celebration of the hedgehog: packed with inspirational quotes, entertaining facts, folklore and literary references.

The Hedgehog Handbook by Sally Coulthard
Edwards, Martin
Martin Edwards
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London, 1930. A spate of violent deaths – the details too foul to print – has horrified the capital and the smog-bound streets are deserted. But Rachel Savernake – the enigmatic daughter of a notorious hanging judge – is on the killer's trail...

Gallows Court by Martin Edwards
Garrod, Ben
Ben Garrod
[field_chapter]

Biologist and TV scientist Dr Ben Garrod's fun, funny, informative and collectible series about dinosaurs, continues with Velociraptor, Stegosaurus and Spinosaurus.

So You Think You Know About Spinosaurus? by Ben Garrod
Garrod, Ben
Ben Garrod
[field_chapter]

Biologist and TV scientist Dr Ben Garrod's fun, funny, informative and collectible series about dinosaurs, continues with Velociraptor, Stegosaurus and Spinosaurus.

So You Think You Know About Stegosaurus? by Ben Garrod

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