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Oatmeal Ark: From the Scottish Isles to a Promised Land

Paperback, 30/03/2008, £11.99
After the death of his father, Beagan Gillean finds a trunk full of three generations of family history. Immersing himself in the lives and dreams of his forefathers, Gillean decides to retrace the journey his great-grandfather made two-hundred years before to Canada. This is the story of one family and a portrait of the country that defined it.

Promised Land

Paperback, 29/02/2016, £9.99
From the detention centre on Ellis Island, Ludwig Somner looks across a small stretch of water to the glittering towers of New York, which whisper seductively of freedom after so many years of wandering through a perlious, suffering Europe.

Promise at Dawn

Paperback, 06/09/2018, £9.99

Winter's Promise

Hardback, 27/09/2018, £14.99

Nightingale Christmas Promise: (Nightingales 10)

Paperback, 04/10/2018, £6.99
For the first time, a Nightingale nurses novel set during the First World War. As young men queue up across the country to enlist, the Nightingale Hospital has its own set of new recruits...Anna has had a happy upbringing in her parent's bakery in Bethnal Green.

Promise of a Dream: Remembering the Sixties

Paperback, 16/07/2019, £11.99
A sparkling portrait of when women were breaking all the rules about sex, politics and their place in the world.

Provision of Music in Special Education PROMISE

Paperback, 01/08/2001, £9.50

Petticoats and Promises

Paperback, 01/03/2015, £16.50

Avatar: the Last Airbender : Promise

Hardback, 05/03/2012, £29.99

Tadpole's Promise

Paperback, 17/03/2005, £6.99
Where the willow meets the water a tadpole met a caterpillar. They gazed into each other's tiny eyes... and fell in love. 'I love everything about you', said the caterpillar. 'Promise you'll never change'. And foolishly, the tadpole promises.

Promised You A Miracle: Why 1980-82 Made Modern Britain

Paperback, 02/06/2016, £9.99
The early 1980s in Britain were a time of hope, and of dread: of Cold War tension and imminent conflict, when crowds in the street could mean an ecstatic national celebration or an inner-city riot. The author recreates this moment of transition, with all its potential and uncertainty: the first precarious years of Margaret Thatcher's government.