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EVIL ENGLISH CASTLES

by David Gall, illustrated by Garry Thorburn

Evil English Castles includes a double page spread for each of 24 of England's best known castles. With colourfully graphic and busy illustrations, the book includes the key facts and historical events surrounding each property and the people that were associated with it. Supported with games, puzzles and fun challenges, this book educates and entertains for hours without appearing over-factual and academic.

Paperback, 64 pages, 240 x 190mm (9.5 x 7.5 inches).

ISBN 978-0-9570844-5-2

RRP £6.99

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SCARY SCOTTISH CASTLES

by Debbie Jackson, illustrated by Mandy Sinclair

Scary Scottish Castles includes a double page spread for each of 24 of Scotland’s best known castles. With colourfully graphic and busy illustrations, the book includes the key facts and historical events surrounding each property and the people that were associated with it. Supported with games, puzzles and fun challenges, this book educates and entertains for hours without appearing over-factual and academic.

Paperback, 64 pages, 240 x 190mm (9.5 x 7.5 inches).

ISBN 978-0-9570844-3-8

RRP £6.99

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BRAVE SCOTS – WILLIAM WALLACE

by Gary Smailes, illustrated by Craig Howarth

A series of books taking a colourful look at the brave and heroic actions of some of Scotland's best known leaders. From a humorous but accurate and graphic perspective. Often portrayed as a Highland Warrior, William Wallace was a Brave Scot and a true hero. He dedicated his life to expelling the English from Scotland and set about his mission with great vigour. Consequently his reputation rose throughout the English forces as a giant of a man. Wallace had many successful battles but one man was to get in his way – Edward I, King of England. This book looks at Wallace most notable battles through to the torturous death inflicted upon him at the command of Edward 1.

Paperback, 56 pages, 250 x 170mm (9 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches).

ISBN 978-0-9551564-5-8

RRP £5.99

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BRAVE SCOTS – ROBERT THE BRUCE

by Gary Smailes, illustrated by Craig Howarth

A series of books taking a colourful look at the brave and heroic actions of some of Scotland's best known leaders. From a humorous but accurate and graphic perspective. Raised in the English court under the medieval code of chivalry, Robert the Bruce in essence was a Knight. Bruce picked up the mantle to rid Scotland of England and this book graphically portrays Bruce high moments such as the Battle of Bannockburn along with the low moments of his struggle. A man of persistence and determination, Bruce suffered many setbacks during his early attempts to be crowned King of Scotland but his resilience, bravery and some good fortune enabled him to eventually achieve his goal.

Paperback, 56 pages, 250 x 170mm (9 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches).

ISBN 978-0-9551564-6-5

RRP £5.99

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