Where She Will Shine – Sylvia Anderson

Mary MacDonald has led a sheltered life, but Shona, her strong and practical mother, knows she will shine at whatever she does.

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You Won’t Remember This: Travel with Babies – Edited by Sandy Bennett-Haber

This book, explains the blurb, is not a ‘How To’ guide, but a gathering of twenty tales from around the world, written by people who have tried and survived a journey with a baby.

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Scottish Opposites for Tinies

We’ve already had Colours, Things That Go, Weather, Numbers and Animals from Floris Books. Now we have Scottish Opposites.

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Picture Kelpies Series

The Picture Kelpies Series for 3-6 year old book lovers is going from strength to strength with Speed Bonnie Boat, Ollie and the Otter and The Island and the Bear.

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Love Denied – Margaret Lynette Sharp

Elizabeth teaches piano from the drawing room of her family home. She’s thirty-one, she lives with her overbearing parents, and it’s 1950s Australia – it’s time for a life of her own.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Dinner at the Blaws-Baxters’ – Andrew Sclater

Andrew Sclater’s first collection of poetry, Dinner at the Blaws-Baxters’ is both a celebration and lamentation of his ‘noble and ignoble ancestry’ with all the comedic and tragedic moments that suggests.

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