Trade Books of the Month

  • London In Lockdown
    24 photographers capture a city gripped by Covid.
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  • Ancient Greeks at War
    Ancient Greeks at War is a lavishly illustrated tour de force covering every aspect of warfare in the Ancient Greek world from the beginnings of Greek civilization through to its assimilation into the ever expanding world of Rome.
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  • Peacocks In Paradise
    Anna delves into the island's authentic heartland, exploring nature reserves, bird sanctuaries and paprika, fruit and almond farms. On her travels, she meets the makers of siurell whistles, palm leaf baskets, hot sauces and ensaimada pastries, and revels in visiting local producers of wine, craft beer, gin and brandy - and Mallorca's famed herbes liqueur.
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  • Wars & Soldiers in the Early Reign of Louis XIV Volume 4
    The history, organisation, uniforms and equipment of the Spanish armies of this era are described for the first time in a single book, based on archival sources and featuring unpublished images. Appendices include orders of battle and a record of Tercios, Trozos and Regiments of the Spanish armies of the period.
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  • Frida Kahlo
    The Great Lives in Graphics series is a new way of looking at the lives of famous and influential people. It takes the essential dates and achievements of each person’s life, mixes them with lesser-known facts and trivia, and uses infographics to show them in a fresh visual way that is genuinely engaging for children and young adults.
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  • SparkTeach: King Lear
    This book is one of a series that provides the perfect resource to engage students in literature study that’s meaningful, exciting and, above all, FUN.
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  • Manolo Valdes: The Shapes of Time
    Paintings or sculptures, Valdés's works are full of a disruptive force and vitality that the artist conveys through skilful workmanship of the most varied materials, some even assembled by himself, transmitting an almost tactile sensation to the eye of the beholder.
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  • Adventures And Misadventures Of The Extraordinary And Admirable Joan Orpí
    Joan Orpí (Piera, 1593 - New Barcelona, 1645) is one of the most unknown characters in Spanish history. In this torrential book we are told the odyssey that brought him first to Barcelona, later to Sevilla and finally to America, where he would experience all kinds of outlandish situations.
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