The Gresham Publishing Company Ltd has one office in Glasgow, and one in Edinburgh, and has three imprints: Geddes & Grosset, started in 1988, Waverley Books started in 1992 and Waverley Scotland, begun in 2016. We publish non-fiction, fiction and stationery. Waverley Books specialises in Scottish-interest books; G&G focuses on children’s books, and English language learning. Waverley Scotland has a focus on stationery.
Sue Reid Sexton kept notes on her campervan trips to the Western Highlands of Scotland while writing two novels and recovering from relationship breakdown. This book is quite Zen-like, talks a lot about campervan travel, especially alone as a woman, and has some funny, and sad moments and many creepy crawlie stories.
A fresh, illustrated colour guide to the important and life-changing time Robert Burns spent in Edinburgh, with drawings and photographs of key people and places in the city by David Alexander, and Jerry Brannigan. Burns was in Edinburgh at the time of the Enlightenment (1786-1787. This new guide shows that time in a new way.
Feline stressed? Would you like a cat-alyst to purr-fect peace in your life? This is a humorous guide to finding and appreciating - cat-style - those peaceful moments amid the chaos and stress of working and domestic life.
This fully revised colour map giving information about the whisky distilleries of Scotland is prepared by whisky writer Neil Wilson and James McEwan, the former director of Bruichladdich Distillery, and now production director of Ardnahoe Distillery on Islay.
This Malt Whisky Map of Scotland by Neil Wilson and James McEwan is the fourth edition and fully updated for 2019 and features every distillery in production along with those that have closed since 1960.
Robert Burns is more than Scotland's national poet. With Shakespeare, Burns is an icon for the UK and Scotland he is a national symbol. This volume of poems and songs is a best selling, beautiful edition of his work.
A Guide to Back Pain book provides straightforward, useful information about the workings of the human back and the things that may go wrong to cause pain. It provides guidance on the alleviation and management of such pain.
This book is a guide to headaches and migraines. It provides descriptions of mild and severe headaches, with symptoms, causes and treatments for the main types of headaches. These include tension headaches, cluster headaches, migraines with aura, headache triggers, chronic daily headaches, short pain inventory.
This Waverley notebook celebrates 'Red Red Rose', the poem and song by Robert Burns, and is bound in Burns Check tartan cloth, woven in the UK. With 92 pages, the mini notebook comes with a retractable pen, and a song book with four Scottish songs.
This beautiful colour illustrated book gives a history of Highland Dress, Regimental Officers' Uniforms, Scottish dress for ladies, and kiltmaking and has been written by Deirdre Kinloch Anderson who is the fifth generation of the family business, Kinloch Anderson, and was awarded the OBE for services to the textile industry.
Despite a new life running a quirky bookshop in Devon, Eleanor finds she is still unsettled. In this first story of the series Eleanor is goes in search of an old flame in France to brighten her future but will she find happiness there? The sequel finds Eleanor back in Devon, for A Summer of Surprises.
This quality Anderson genuine tartan cloth notebook has 176pp of 80gsm cream paper, with left page plain, right page ruled. With a ribbon marker, an expandable inner note pocket, elastic enclosure, a leaflet about the history of tartan, and a colourful bookmark with a brief history of the Anderson tartan. Comes in a light plastic wrapper bag.
Are Ye Dancin'? - The first-ever inside story of how Scotland's ballrooms and dance halls remained a central part of Scottish culture throughout the 20th Century. Told by the people who made it happen, the agents, managers and promoters. Eddie Tobin is the author.
This Waverley mini notebook celebrates 'Auld Lang Syne', the traditional song collected by Burns, and is bound in Auld Lang Syne tartan cloth, woven in the UK. Comes with 92 pages, pen, and a leaflet with four Scottish songs.
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