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Nory Ryan's Song

by Patricia Reilly Giff

Nory Ryan's family has lived on Maidin Bay on the west coast of Ireland for generations, raising a pig and a few chickens, planting potatoes, getting by. Every year Nory's father goes away on a fishing boat...


The Price of Love

by Rosie Harris

Lucy Collins and her brother Sam have lived side by side with the Tanner family all their lives. Lucy and Robert Tanner long for the day when they can marry and the future is full of promise for all three.

Until...


Lancelot 'Capability' Brown, 1716-1783

by Jane Brown

Lancelot Brown changed the face of eighteenth-century England, designing country estates and mansions, moving hills and making flowing lakes and serpentine rivers, a magical world of green. This English landscape...


Walking in Ireland

by Christopher Somerville

Walking has never been a more popular pastime and nowhere is more beautiful for walkers to explore than Ireland. In this beautifully written and superbly researched guide, Christopher Somerville draws on his...


Ten Men You Meet in the Huddle: Lessons from a Football Life

by Bill Curry

No sport rivals football for building character. In the scorching heat of two-a-days and the fierce combat of the gridiron, true leaders are born. Just ask Bill Curry, whose credentials for exploring the relationship...


Countryfile: Adam's Farm

by Adam Henson

In 2001, Adam Henson was chosen from 3,500 applicants to become a presenter on Countryfile. Adam's agricultural knowledge and open manner soon made him a popular figure and when the programme moved to its current...


Mum Knows Best

by Jo Hanks & Mark Hanks

How to you save a curdled custard?

How do you keep mice out of the home?

How do you stop moths eating your woollens?

How do you get chewing gum out of a five-year-old's hair?

Or get rid of his veruccas?

And cure...


The Battle for Big School

by Sarah Tucker

There are 50 places at The Oaks, the best grammar school in Letchbury, and 1,000 children applying. Competition is fierce and parents are prepared to do everything and anything to get their child one of the...


Poor Little Rich Girl

by Katie Flynn

Liverpool, 1934. Hester Lowe agrees to act as governess to spoilt, self-willed, little Lonnie Hetherington-Smith when they leave India to live with Lonnie's elderly aunt in Shaw Street, Liverpool. Hester speedily...


A Commonwealth of Thieves

by Thomas Keneally

In this spirited history of the remarkable first four years of the convict settlement of Australia, Thomas Keneally offers us a human view of a fascinating piece of history. Combining the authority of a renowned...


The Resident

by Francis Cottam

Every year, three million single women in America move into an apartment for the first time. Few of them change the locks.

Juliet Devereau can't believe her luck: after weeks of looking for a place to live,...


The Witches

by Peter Curtis

Walwyk seemed a dream village to the new schoolteacher, Miss Mayfield. But dreams can change into nightmares...

When one of her students accuses his friend Ethel's grandmother of abusing her, Miss Mayfield cannot...


Me and Kaminski: A Novel

by Daniel Kehlmann

Sebastian Zollner is searching for his big break. A failure as a journalist, a boyfriend, and a human being, he sets out to write the essential biography of the eccentric painter Manuel Kaminski. All he needs...


The Making of a Royal Romance

by Katie Nicholl

Katie Nicholl, Royal Correspondent for the Mail on Sunday, has been at the centre of royal reporting since she joined the newspaper in 2001. There is no one who is more intimately acquainted with the lives and...


South Riding

James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction 1936

by Winifred Holtby

The community of South Riding, like the rest of the country, lives in the long shadow of war. Blighted by recession and devastated by the loss, they must also come to terms with significant social change.Forward-thinking...


A Smell Of Fish

by Matthew Sweeney

The poems in A Smell of Fish connect and radiate like the spokes of a wheel: haiku, sestinas, poems beginning with a line by somebody else or sparked off by foreign travel, a version of Dante, a sea sequence...


Cycling is My Life

by Tommy Simpson

The cyclist Tom Simpson is a legend. The first British world champion, the first Briton to pull on the fabled yellow jersey of the Tour de France - he brought professional cycling to a nation and inspired generations...


Gargoylz Make Some Noise

by Sara Vogler & Jan Burchett

MAKE SOME NOISE - Max and Ben are going on a school trip to the library and can't wait to meet Troy Brawn, the coolest spy book author ever. But there's a disaster! Troy doesn't turn up and the boys end up stuck...


Mission Accomplished

by David Stafford

In May 1945 Italy was liberated from Nazism and Fascism by the British Eighth and American Fifth Armies. By that time the Italian resistance movement had emerged as one of the strongest in Europe - crucially...


My Heart's in the Lowlands: Ten Days in Bonny Scotland

by Liz Curtis Higgs

“Let’s go, shall we? Just the two of us?”

“I consider Galloway the country’s best kept secret: a place where time holds its breath, where ancient ruins dot the countryside in moss-covered splendor,...