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The Storyteller

So, I’ve written a book.


Having entertained the idea for years, and even offered a few questionable opportunities (‘It’s a piece of cake! Just do four hours of interviews, find someone else to write it, put your face on the cover, and voila!’), I have decided to write these stories just as I have always done, in my own hand. The joy that I have felt from chronicling these tales is not unlike listening back to a song that I’ve recorded and can’t wait to share with the world, or reading a primitive journal entry from a stained notebook, or even hearing my voice bounce between the Kiss posters on my wall as a child. 


This certainly doesn’t mean that I’m quitting my day job, but it does give me a place to shed a little light on what it’s like to be a kid from Springfield, Virginia, walking through life while living out the crazy dreams I had as young musician. From hitting the road with Scream at 18 years old, to my time in Nirvana and the Foo Fighters, jamming with Iggy Pop or playing at the Academy Awards or dancing with AC/DC and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, drumming for Tom Petty or meeting Sir Paul McCartney at Royal Albert Hall, bedtime stories with Joan Jett or a chance meeting with Little Richard, to flying halfway around the world for one epic night with my daughters…the list goes on. I look forward to focusing the lens through which I see these memories a little sharper for you with much excitement. 





Waterstone group exclusive edition - features an essay written by Dave about David Bowie



Ar Daith Olaf

The nightmare of past cases has forced Taliesin to retire as a detective. He takes part in a true crime podcast to keep his mind off the booze. When he and presenter, Mari, receive a link to a real life murder they realise that there are similarities with one of the cases they have been discussing. Who is the murderer and why does he look to the past for inspiration?

Peppa Ar Antur

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Hewl A'i Hwyl, Yr

This is the story of the Hennessys from the standpoint of Dave Burns, one of the trio who enriched the folk singing scene in Wales and beyond. It's also the story of the Irish community in Cardiff, a story that is absent from our history books. This is a story brimming with delight and song, and with a delightful mix of zest and craic.

Hanes Yn Y Tir

In this book, historian Elin Jones shows us that evidence for the past is to be seen everywhere in Wales today. She takes us on a visual journey through over 5,000 years of history, and around every part of Wales. A must read history of Wales for every school, learner and teacher. Also available in English:

Tynnu

A collection of short stories by an innovative, contemporary writer.

Ottolenghi Test Kitchen

Relaxed, flexible home cooking from Yotam Ottolenghi and his superteam.



Whether they're conjuring up new recipes or cooking for themselves at home, the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen team do what we all do: they raid their kitchens. But then, they turn whatever they find into approachable creations with an 'Ottolenghi' twist.



This instinct is in perfect sync with recent times, when we've all been standing in front of our kitchen shelves, our cupboards and our fridges, wondering what to cook with what we've got; how to put a can of chickpeas or a bag of frozen peas to good use, instead of taking an extra trip to the shops.



For the first time, the team welcome us into their creative space. These dishes pack all the punch and edge we expect from Ottolenghi, but offer more flexibility to make them our own, using what we've got to hand. There's the ultimate guide to creamy dreamy hummus, a one-pan route to confit tandoori chickpeas and a tomato salad that rules them all.



This book is all about feeding ourselves and our families with less stress and less fuss, but with all the 'wow' of an Ottolenghi meal. It's a notebook to scribble on and add to, to take its ethos and absolutely make it your own.



This is how to cook, the OTK way.

Dan Gamsyniad

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Fy Lliwiau Cyntaf

Everyone’s favorite Disney and Pixar characters are here to show you all the colours of the rainbow — and more!

Dweud Yr Amser Gyda Cadi a Jac

A lively board book that follows a whole day with Cadi and Jac and the reader on Cae Berllan farm as they all learn to tell the time. Each page shows a different activity together with the time the activity is completed. The reader can turn the hands on the clock face to show the time.

Santa
Santa


£5.99

Share Christmas Eve with the most magical Santa of all in this story. With a sparkly foil cover wheel and push, pull and turn mechanisms, little ones will have lots of fun delivering presents with Santa and finding out just how he gets down all those chimneys! Beautifully coloured illustrations are paired with gentle rhyming text to create a perfect Christmas board book.

Dere I Dyfu

A colourful book, full of facts and illustrations to help children under 7 to grow flowers, fruits and vegetables. It also shows how to care for the garden, with the help of two loveable characters, Dewi the hedgehog and Beca the frog. Adam Jones is a familiar tv personality and on social media, where he posts gardening tips under the name @adamynyrardd. A special book for all children.


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