Ally Bally Bee – Lift the Flap Book

Ally Bally Bee must be a favourite Scottish song world-wide with children and parents.

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Autumn At Whitewalls – Christine Richard

If you loved Christine Richard’s debut novel entitled simply Whitewalls, you’ll enjoy more of the same. Autumn at  Whitewalls has been seven years in the making but that’s not how long has passed since the first novel.

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The Witch’s Guide to Magical Combat – Lari Don

The Witch’s Guide to Magical Combat is the third book in the Spellchasers series by Lari Don. If you haven’t read the first two you will struggle to follow this one so go off and read them first.

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The Health of Strangers – Lesley Kelly

If her country needed her to fight the Virus, she wasn’t going to say no. Especially if it was going to look good on her CV as well.

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History of a Disappearance – A Forgotten Polish Town

Filip Springer, who appeared at the Book Festival this week, has chronicled an extraordinary story, that of a Silesian town that has completely disappeared after seven centuries of history.

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Max and Zap at the Museum

An exciting treasure hunt through Scotland’s past features in another fun children’s book by Molly MacPherson.

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