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Cumbria: A County Guide

RRP $44.99

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The seventh in Cv's series of Barnaby's Relocation Guides explores the county of Cumbria. Taking a side road from Lancaster the journey begins at Slaidburn in the Lancashire Forest, progressing into Cumbria via Kendal, Windermere, and Keswick; then towards the coast from Maryport and Whitehaven to Barrow-In-Furness and Ulverston, visiting Cleator Moor. The beautiful environment of tarns and fells opens many varied experiences for the traveller. The guide includes information and histories contributed by local specialists..Hill climbs and fell walks are undertaken, recording the rugged and spectacular landscape. Moving north of Penrith and Carlisle the guide documents the extensive and sparsely populated area of the Kershope Forest, in what was Westmoreland, up to the Scottish border. The guide is fully illustrated with colour photographs and route maps.


A Courtier's Guide To The Forest

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A Courtier's Guide to the Forest is the continuing story of a group of friends and acquaintances from early renaissance times and their travels and experiences in and around a place called the Berkshire forest and the royal court. It is the 2nd part of the Berkshires Journal Series which began with the book Percy's Plan. The series is told in prose, verse, and song and is a lyrical and humorous take on the past that also addresses modern issues and concerns in different dress.


A Travel Guide To The Seven Kingdoms Of Westeros

RRP $16.99

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Discover the seven kingdoms of Westeros, the land brought to life in George R. R. Martin's Song of Fire and Ice series

Bustling cities, ancient wonders, and snow-peaked mountain ranges; the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros are an attractive destination for travelers (there's a reason why so many invaders have crossed the Narrow Sea over the centuries). This guidebook will escort you through a realm rich in culture, jaw-dropping natural beauty, and Lannister gold, helping you to navigate a continent where the landscape shifts almost as often as the balance of political power. Whether you're looking to don your furs and follow in the footsteps of the First Men, spend an evening sharing summerwine (and a lot more besides) in Dorne, or simply root out the best "Bowl o'Brown" in King's Landing, this travel companion has you covered. Created with you in mind, this book (based entirely on George R. R. Martin's smash hit fantasy series) includes: "must See" best sights in the Seven Kingdoms (and beyond); practical advice on getting around, where to stay and how to ensure you keep your head attached to your shoulders for the duration of your visit; an amusing and informative look at the history of the region for those wanting to learn more about their surroundings; and no spoilers for those who are fans of the HBO show.


Curious George Travel Activity Kit

RRP $17.99

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Children will have fun on any trip with this treasure trove of exciting activities. The boxed activity kit includes the following: - A paperback edition of "Curious George"- A 24-page activity book- Three double-sided crayons (six colors total) - A CD with audio recordings of "Curious George, Curious George Flies a Kite, "and "Curious George's Dinosaur Discovery "(almost an hour of storytelling )- Two sheets of Curious George mini-stickers- A card game

With hours of family fun, this kit is perfect for chasing away "are we there yet" blues


A Guide To The Best Historical Novels And Tales

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For many years I have been an assiduous reader of novels and tales in which the historical element appeared, supplementing my own reading in this direction by a careful study of all that I could find in the way of Criticism on such works and their writers. Only in this way could I venture on a selection involving a survey of several thousand volumes! With the above understanding, I can say that no book has been inserted without some reason, while I have made all possible effort to obtain accuracy of description.-Jonathan Nield



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