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Drunken Sailor

Hardback, 03/05/2018, £20.00
The Drunken Sailor traces the life of Arthur Rimbaud: poet, surrealist, libertine and gun runner. Told entirely in Rimbaud's own words, from a new translation of Le bateau ivre, The Drunken Sailor confirms Nick Hayes' place as one of the most talented graphic novelists at work today.

Woody Guthrie: And the Dust Bowl Ballads

Hardback, 01/09/2014, £20.00
Forged in the Dustbowl of the 1930s, in an America crippled by the Great World Recession, this humble man found solace in song, and soon those songs became the voice of the People - men and women who had seen their lives deracinated and destroyed by the vicissitudes of global economic forces beyond their control.

Doing Psychological Research £26.99

Paperback, 01/10/2000, £33.99
Helps students grasp the concepts and provides them with a 'toolkit' for carrying out their own projects. This book is divided into data-gathering and analytical sections, and covers the main methods used in psychology for each of these purposes. It includes exercises, worked examples of statistical tests, and self-assessment questions.


Hardback, 20/10/2016, £18.99
A girl, a boy and a deserted reservoir. Cormorance is a story of fear, bravery and the redemptive force of connecting with the natural world. A wordless, purely visual story, it is - like any work by the award-winning Nick Hayes - a book of the utmost beauty, and a wonder to hold in your hand.