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    Waverley Books

    The G&G imprint was established in 1988. In 2007 G&G developed a second publishing list called Waverley Books, to focus on Scottish titles – Children's, Food and drink, Nature and natural world, and Non-fiction of Scottish interest.                         

    Waverley has created a genuine tartan cloth notebook and journal range, working with Kinloch Anderson based in Edinburgh, and continues with a general publishing programme that includes children’s, and non-fiction, cookery, fiction and leisure interest.

    Today, operating within Gresham, G&G remains as an established brand for publishing and exports popular, affordable and useful books such as dictionaries, bi-lingual books, English grammar and usage texts, for language learning as well as books on Self-Help, Diet & Health and Mind, Body & Spirit. 

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    A Guide to Diabetes

    £5.99
    An up-to-date introduction to diabetes that aims to increase your understanding of diabetes with an overview of this complex disorder.

    A Guide to Headaches and Migraines: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments

    £5.99
    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.

    A Red, Red Rose Tartan Notebook (mini with pen) (Burns check tartan)

    £10.20
    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.

    A Scottish Tradition: Tailors and Kiltmakers, Tartan and Highland Dress since 1868

    £25.00
    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.

    Anderson: Waverley Genuine Tartan Cloth (9cm x 14cm) Pocket Format Commonplace Notebook

    £9.99
    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 Story of Scotland's Dance Halls - And How Yer Dad Met Yer Ma!

    £9.99
    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.

    Auld Lang Syne Tartan Notebook (mini with pen)

    £10.20
    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.

    Better English Grammar: Improve Your Written and Spoken English

    £6.99
    Painfree Better English Grammar aims to help you improve your written and spoken English through understanding the structure of the English language. This is a thorough, useful book with all parts of speech and grammar and using the exercises and answers will help you to feel more confident. Used by ELT self-study students.

    Better English Usage: Express Yourself Clearly

    £6.99
    This book explains common mistakes in English and how to correct your use of the language. Useful to both students of Standard English in schools and colleges as well as learners of English as a foreign language. This book explains English in contemporary use.

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