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Casa dolig

Following the amazing response to her first cookery book, actor and author Rhian Cadwaladr now turns her attention to Christmas in this attractive, useful and colourful book. She shares memories and recipes, and her words are enhanced by the photography of Kristina Banholzer.

All through the night

Why darkness is so important - to plants, to animals, and to ourselves - and why we must protect it all costs. Darkness is the first thing we know in our human existence. Safe and warm inside the bubble of the womb, we are comfortable in that embracing dark. But as soon as we are bought into the light, we learn to fear the dark. Why? This book is a celebration of all things that go bump in the night and the joy that can be found when the sun goes down. As a society we have closed our curtains to the darkness, now Dani Robertson urges you to cast those curtains wide, step out of your front door and let the darkness pull you in.

Curiadau

Curiadau is a pioneering and exciting LHDTQ+ anthology, the first of its type in the Welsh language. Skilful editor Gareth Evans-Jones brings together striking and diverse LHDTQ+ talents. This special collection comprises works by poets, writers and playwrights.

Anfadwaith

A dark, fantasy novel that follows Ithel as they try to unravel the mystery that threatens to destroy the kingdom. With the help of Adwen, the trader, they try to find the guilty attackers, but all kinds of atrocities occur before the journey's end.

Gwawrio
Gwawrio


£5.95

A volume of poetry by a new poet, Tegwen Bruce-Deans. The poems discuss nature, people, relationships and much more. Tegwen is part of the current, daring poetry scene and reveals a mature voice in her first volume.

Trust
Trust


£9.99

THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLERWINNER OF THE 2023 PULITZER PRIZE FOR FICTIONLONGLISTED FOR THE BOOKER PRIZE 2022ONE OF BARACK OBAMA'S FAVOURITE BOOKS OF 2022Trust is a sweeping puzzle of a novel about power, greed, love and a search for the truth that begins in 1920s New York. Can one person change the course of history?A Wall Street tycoon takes a young woman as his wife. Together, they rise to the top in an age of excess and speculation. Now a novelist is threatening to reveal the secrets behind their marriage. Who will have the final word in their story of greed, love and betrayal?Composed of four competing versions of this deliciously deceptive tale, Trust by Hernan Diaz brings us on a quest for truth while confronting the lies that often live buried in the human heart. 'One of the great puzzle-box novels . . . a page-turner' - The Telegraph'Genius' - The Observer'Radiant, profound and moving' - Lauren Groff, author of Matrix'Metafiction at its best, unpredictable, clever and massively enjoyable' - The Sunday Times'Enthralling' - Daily Mail

Gragen

A charming rhyming story about a city child visiting the beach in a seaside village for the first time. The child returns home with a sea shell as a souvenir of the place where children laugh while eating ice cream, seaweed squeals and nature sings.

Satsuma complex

Women who blow on knots

A literary phenomenon in Turkey with more than 120,000 copies sold, Women Who Blow on Knots is an engaging, funny and fast-paced book about four women hitting the road during the Arab Spring.

Shaping the wild

Farming methods are often viewed as harmful to nature and the environment, causing friction between those wanting to protect wildlife and farmers who depend upon the land. In this captivating début, conservationist David Elias explores a singular farm in Eryri to discover what it can tell us about the gritty reality of trying to reconcile hill farming and caring for nature.

Cranogwen

In this volume we follow Cranogwen, Sarah Jane Rees (1893-1916) of Llangrannog. She was a poet, lecturer, editor, preacher and temperance woman who inspired a new generation of female authors and public figures.

Young Mungo

They are caught between two of Glasgow's housing estates, where young working-class men divide themselves along sectarian lines, and fight territorial battles for the sake of reputation. They should be sworn enemies if they're to be seen as men at all, and yet they become best friends as they find a sanctuary in the doocot that James has built for his prize racing pigeons. As they begin to fall in love, they dream of escaping the grey city, and Mungo must work hard to hide his true self from all those around him, especially from his elder brother Hamish, a local gang leader with a brutal reputation to uphold.


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