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  1. Scotland the Text: You can take my phone, but you'll never take my freedom!

    Scotland the Text

    You can take my phone, but you'll never take my freedom!

    Erin Duffy

    £6.99

    Nowadays, it can be hard to imagine what life was like with no mobile phones. Looking back, we can only wonder how much easier life might have been if people could just send each other a quick text! But what would history's most famous Scots have been texting about?
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  2. Blood, Sweat, Triumph and Tears: Tales from the GAA, John Scally

    Blood, Sweat, Triumph and Tears

    Tales from the GAA

    John Scally

    £14.99

    Full of entertaining anecdotes, inspirational incidents and epic encounters, Blood, Sweat, Triumph & Tears captures the magic of the GAA.
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  3. Ken McGrath: Hand on Heart

    Ken McGrath: Hand on Heart

    My Autobiography

    Ken McGrath

    and Michael Moynihan

    £16.99

    Ken McGrath is an icon in Waterford and beyond. He won three All-Star hurling awards and embodied the defiance and panache that re-established his county as a hurling superpower. And in a career marked with skill and bravery in equal measure, Ken McGrath has overcome serious injuries to produce match-winning performances.


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  4. The Orkney Gruffalo's Bairn, Julia Donaldson, Simon Hall

    The Orkney Gruffalo's Bairn

    The Gruffalo's Child in Orcadian Scots

    Julia Donaldson

    .
    Translated by Simon Hall.


    Illustrated by Axel Scheffler.

    £6.99

    A cautionary tale about what happens when a small Gruffalo leaves the comfort of its cave and sets off into the dark wood on a wintry night, this is sure to be another big hit in Orkney and with Orcadian speakers wherever they bide.
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  5. The Doric Gruffalo's Bairn, Julia Donaldson, Translated by Sheena Blackhall

    The Doric Gruffalo's Bairn

    The Gruffalo's Child in Doric Scots

    Julia Donaldson

    .
    Translated by Sheena Blackhall.


    Illustrated by Axel Scheffler.

    £6.99

    A cautionary tale about what happens when a small Gruffalo leaves the comfort of its cave and sets off into the dark wood on a wintry night, this is sure to be another big hit in the North-East and with Doric speakers wherever they bide.
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  6. The Shetland Gruffalo's Bairn, Julia Donaldson, Christine De Luca

    The Shetland Gruffalo's Bairn

    The Gruffalo's Child in Shetlandic Scots

    Julia Donaldson

    .
    Translated by Christine De Luca.


    Illustrated by Axel Scheffler.

    £6.99

    A cautionary tale about what happens when a small Gruffalo leaves the comfort of its cave and sets off into the dark wood on a wintry night, this is sure to be another big hit in Shetland and with Shetlandic speakers wherever they bide.
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  7. The Dundee Gruffalo's Bairn, Julia Donaldson, Matthew Fitt

    Thi Dundee Gruffalo's Bairn

    The Gruffalo's Child in Dundonian Scots

    Julia Donaldson

    .
    Translated by Matthew Fitt.


    Illustrated by Axel Scheffler.

    £6.99

    A cautionary tale about what happens when a small Gruffalo leaves the comfort of its cave and sets off into the dark wood on a wintry night, this is sure to be another big hit in Dundee and with Dundonian speakers wherever they bide.
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  8. The Glasgow Gruffalo, Elaine C Smith, Julia Donaldson

    The Glasgow Gruffalo

    The Gruffalo in Glaswegian

    Julia Donaldson

    .
    Translated by Elaine C Smith.


    Illustrated by Axel Scheffler.

    £6.99

    Everybody loves The Gruffalo and now you can enjoy this children’s classic for the very first time in Glaswegian! Translated by Elaine C. Smith and published by Itchy Coo, this new edition of The Gruffalo will delight both children and adults alike.
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  9. OMFG! Why Parents Should (Still) Never Text

    OMFG!

    Why Parents Should (Still) Never Text!

    Oscar Harris

    £5.99

    OMFG! collects together even more of the most hilarious and obscure parental texting gaffs...
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  10. Summoning the Dead, Tony Black

    Summoning the Dead

    Tony Black

    £7.99

    A young child lies mummified in a barrel. His hands, cable-tied, appear to be locked in prayer. As forensic officers remove the boy they are in for an even bigger shock – he is not alone.
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  11. Oor Wullie: Jings! Crivvens! Help Ma Boab!

    Oor Wullie: Jings! Crivvens! Help Ma Boab!

    Gallus Words and Phrases from Scotland's Favourite Mischief Maker

    Oor Wullie

    £5.99

    In this hilarious guide, Scotland’s tousle-haired wee laddie introduces hunners of his favourite words and phrases.
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  12. Maw Broon's Guide Tae Life, The Broons
    £5.99

    If anyone knows a bit about life, it’s Maw Broon. She doesn’t need any new-fangled ways to keep her family and home in order. Now, for the first time, Maw shares her wisdom in this hilarious guide.
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  13. The Sunday Girls, Maureen Reynolds

    The Sunday Girls

    Maureen Reynolds

    £7.99

    A compelling story describing the trials and tribulations of working-class life, family and a close-knit community in pre-war Dundee.
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  14. Manuel: Portrait of a Serial Killer, A.M. Nicol

    Manuel

    Portrait of a Serial Killer

    A. M. Nicol

    £8.99

    MANUEL – Portrait of a Serial Killer tells the full story from start to finish, from his birth in the USA and his love of gangster movies to his life of crime that would ultimately end on the gallows after one of the most sensational trials in legal history.
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  15. Chairlie and the Chocolate Works

    Chairlie and the Chocolate Works

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in Scots

    Roald Dahl

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    Translated by Matthew Fitt.


    Illustrated by Quentin Blake.

    £6.99

    A new Scots translation of Roald Dahl's classic story Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
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