Trade Books of the Month

  • The Stranger’s Homecoming
    A traveller from another continent crosses the Minho River from Spain for the first time and arrives in northern Portugal. Enchanted by the Alto Minho region, he determines to make a home for himself there. Aged sixty-five, with a long career as a journalist in war-torn Israel and having recently lost a bitter legal battle with Prime Minister Netanyahu, he finds sanctuary on the edge of Europe, where a river meets the Atlantic.
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  • Canciones: Federico García Lorca
    With his boundless imagination, Tak's illustrations add a new depth and energy to Lorca's poetry. This collection will appeal to lovers of visual art, graphic novels and poetry and aims to bring the colourful and atmospheric landscape of Lorca's work to a new audience.
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  • Lola Loves Animals
    This truly one-of-a-kind novelty picture book - with two stories in one book - will astound and delight adventurous book-lovers of all ages.
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  • Railways of Portugal
    A 144 page hardback illustrated album showcasing 40 years of change on Portugal's railways, from the late 1970s to the present.
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  • Warships in the Spanish Civil War
    Packed with contemporary photographs and full colour illustrations, this study examines the composition and organization of the two rival fleets, the capabilities of their ships and submarines, and the performance of their crews.
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  • 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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