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Landscape Wales 2017 Calendar

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ISBN : 191086224X
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A Landscape Of Wales

Author : James Morris
ISBN : 1904587895
Genre : Photography
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An expansive look at the contemporary Welsh lansdcape.

Landscape Wales Compact Edition

Author : Terry Stevens
ISBN : 1910862886
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A pictorial celebration of the glorious natural treasures and landscapes which make up the country of Wales. Featuring spectacular mountains, dramatic coastlines, gentle lowlands and idyllic river valleys, Landscape Wales also focuses on people and their connection with the natural environment. A pocket-friendly size book.


Author : Caryl Lewis
ISBN : 1910862991
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A collection of photographs, essays and snapshots from the making of the hit TV show 'Hinterland', created by Ed Talfan and Ed Thomas. It brings together behind-the-scenes photographs from the production, together with stunning black and white photographs of the Ceredigion landscape, photographed by West Wales photographer David Wilson.

Under Celtic Skies

Author : Kersten Howard
ISBN : 1909823805
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Pembrokeshire, set out on the south-western tip of Wales, is famous for its wide open spaces, beautiful scenery, collection of historic buildings and monuments and its stunning coastline. The work of photographer Kersten Howard, the book explores both inland and coastal Pembrokeshire through a never before seen collection of 50 full-colour images. -- Welsh Books Council

Animal Surprises

Author : Nicola Davies
ISBN : 9781912050758
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discover the delights of nature with zoologist, poet and top children's book author, Nicola Davies. Follow her young adventurer as she treks through the jungle, dives deep down into the sea and climbs high up into the trees. Animal Surprises features animals big, small, wide and tall. Full educational notes on all of the animals featured in Animal Surprises are available to download from the Graffeg website. "Nicola Davies knows just how to make scientific concepts interesting and accessible, even to the youngest children. Animal Surprises reveals the different sizes and shapes of animals and the different ways in which they move. All this creates a space in children's minds ready for more advanced teaching and learning about the natural world later on. The sharing adult will be able to help children link what they see in the books with their own outdoor experiences. I'm sure these books will be favourites to look at again and." Books for Keeps

A Year In Pembrokeshire

Author : Jamie Owen
ISBN : 1912213656
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Broadcaster Jamie Owen and photographer David Wilson capture Pembrokeshire through the seasons in words and pictures. This is a journey to mountains and coast, farms and fishing boats to capture life over the course of a year in an engaging and immersive portrait of one of Britain?s most treasured places.

Offa S Dyke

Author : Ian Bapty
ISBN : 9781909686212
Genre : History
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The massive ancient earthwork that provides the sole commemoration of an extraordinary Anglo-Saxon king and that gives its name to one of our most popular contemporary national walking trails remains an enigma. Despite over a century of study, we still do not fully understand how or why Britain's largest linear monument was built, and in recent years, the views of those who have studied the Dyke have diverged even as to such basic questions as its physical extent and date of construction. This book provides a fresh perspective on the creation of Offa's Dyke arising from over a decade of study and of conservation practice by its two authors. It also provides a new appreciation of the specifically Mercian and English political context of its construction. The authors first summarise what is known about the Dyke from archaeology and history and review the debates surrounding its form and purpose. They then set out a systematic approach to understanding the design and construction of the massive linear bank and ditch that has come to stand proxy for the Anglo-Welsh border. What can currently be deduced about the build qualities of the Dyke are then summarised from the authors' recent (and newly intricate) study of details of its localised form and construction and its landscape setting. The authors meanwhile also explain Offa's Dyke as an instrument of late 8th-century Mercian statecraft and the imperial ambitions of Offa himself.


Author : Plantagenet Somerset Fry
ISBN : 0715326929
Genre : Castles
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Presents original maps, plans and archive illustrations alongside hundreds of photographs, showing ruins and surviving castles in their glory. This work includes descriptions of hundreds of special buildings, from remote ruins in isolated settings to imposing piles in towns and cities.

50 Buildings That Built Wales

Author : Greg Stevenson
ISBN : 1905582803
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