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    101 Uses for Baler Twine

    £4.99

    Auld Enemies: The Scots and the English

    £5.99
    This book provides a unique record of the long contest of verbal warfare across the Border, from its beginnings right up to the present day. Auld Enemies will be a useful handbook that can be enjoyed whichever side you're on.

    Away An' Ask Your Mother!: Your Scottish Father's Favourite Sayings

    £4.99
    A compilation of those phrases and sayings which hen-pecked and harassed (and well-loved) Scottish dads have uttered to their children over the years. Favourites include: "Everyone in this house is entitled to my opinion!" and "It's OK wi' me if it's OK wi yer mother!".

    Cummoangetaff!: The Adventures of Big Aggie MacDonald, the Glasgow Tramcar Clippie

    £5.00
    These adventures of Big Aggie MacDonald, the caustic, wisecracking Glasgow tramcar clippie, should take readers back to the golden age of the tram. The seven short stories are interspersed with one-liners and jokes attributed to Aggie, and illustrations from cartoonist, Besley.

    Dae Ye Ken?

    £5.99
    Including subjects from clothes (claes) to socialising (gang oot on the toon) and the weather, this is an illustrated mini Scots/English thesaurus. Fully approved by the Scots Language Resource Centre.

    Dave Does the Right Thing: I'm David Cameron. I'm Prime Minister. I will do the right thing. I must do the right thing. We all must do the right thing.

    £6.99
    Or is doing the wrong thing the right thing to do when doing the right thing might turn out to be the wrong thing, and doing the wrong thing might turn out to be the right thing? Next to doing the right thing, the most important thing is to let people know you are doing the right thing. JOHN D.

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