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HistoryHistory Waverley Books publish books on Scottish history, Irish history, Welsh history, and also books on aspects of culture that reveal history and our heritage. We publish books for children, and adults. There are 50 products in this category.FictionFiction Fiction from Waverley BooksThere are 28 products in this category.NostalgiaNostalgia Books about the history of Glasgow, trains in Scotland, music and how concert halls developed in Glasgow, the past and fond memories, dance halls, and where people met; The Glasgow Cookery Book, and how people used to train for the catering profession. Glasgow Word Search - where you will learn a lot about Glasgow's past; Whisky, Wit and Wisdom - lots of jokes, acerbic comments and witty banter about whisky; A Scottish Tradition - the book by Deidre Kinloch Anderson about the 150 year old history of Kinloch Anderson, Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland; Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel - a history of this magnificent hotel at Central Station, Glasgow; Writing on the Road by Sue Reid Sexton, a travel autobiography about campervans, and marital breakdown, and travelling alone. There are 11 products in this category.Food and drinkFood and drink The Scottish diet might occasionally be the subject of jokes but Scotland produces some of the world's finest food and drink - salmon, whisky, tablet, scones, shortbread, broth, The Glasgow Cookery Book. You name it - there is no country finer for an afternoon tea with kippers and steak pie. We are also expert at dieting, cycling, and mountaineering, so we need a lot of fuel and so have a lot of books on food and drink. There are 11 products in this category.HumourHumour Waverley Books has produced humorous books on cooking, diets, and lifestyles, as well as many joke books. Browse here for some light entertainment. From Robert Burns, that master of irony on life, to a new way of looking at that bane of our lives - how to lose weight with style and a smile, this section lists books that will brighten your day.There are 7 products in this category.Children'sChildren's Waverley Books publishes books on Scottish history for children. We aim to produce affordable books that teachers and parents can supply that will help with homework. There are 14 products in this category.
Graphic novelsGraphic novelsThere are 2 products in this category.E booksE booksOur eBooks are a collection of digital versions of recently published books, and classics chosen by the Waverley Books team from The Gresham Library - part of our heritage. All of the eBooks featured can be bought from online sellers. As you browse, you can click the links and read some samples and enjoy them. We regret you cannot order them directly from Waverley Books on this site.There are 24 products in this category.Travel WritingTravel WritingSue Reid Sexton's 'Writing on the Road' is set in Scotland (mostly) and charts her life as a lover of campervans. Travelling solo throughout the UK, and in Scotand, Sue discusses how to confront fear, smells in your campervan from cooking food, and how she overcame her unhappiness after the breakdown of her marriage. A book that has sold strongly since its publication, this book will brighten your day and prove a great read. There are 2 products in this category.Waverley Scotland - Tartan Notebooks and Journals from ScotlandWaverley Scotland - Tartan Notebooks and Journals from ScotlandThis beautiful high quality tartan notebook range uses genuine tartan cloth for the binding and comes from a quality Scottish publisher Waverley Books, based in Glasgow. Established for over 26 years the name Waverley Books is known for its high production values. The authentic tartan cloth is sourced by Kinloch Anderson, a family owned company, based in Edinburgh, Scotland. AUSTRALIA: If you are reading this in Australia, and wish to place an order for a notebook/journal please note that we have a distributor : Peribo link here: http://www.peribo.com.au/titles-by-publisher/waverley-books The team at Peribo will be happy to help you with your order. USA: If you are reading this in USA, and wish to place an order for a notebook/journal please note that we have a distributor : Waverley West https://www.waverleywest.net/There are 80 products in this category.Waverley Scotland Large Format Commonplace NotebooksWaverley Scotland Large Format Commonplace NotebooksThere are 19 products in this category.Scottish Traditions: Waverley Scotland Genuine Tartan Cloth Commonplace NotebooksScottish Traditions: Waverley Scotland Genuine Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebooks   SaveThere are 26 products in this category.
Waverley Books CatalogueWaverley Books Catalogue There is 1 product in this category.Rights AvailableRights AvailablePublishers, Please look at the following list to see what is available and contact us at : info@waverley-books.co.uk for more information about titles and we will be happy to help, Waverley BooksThere are 7 products in this category.Waverley Scotland Pocket Format Clan Tartan Commonplace NotebooksWaverley Scotland Pocket Format Clan Tartan Commonplace NotebooksThere are 40 products in this category.New Waverley Scotland Notebooks, Journals and Stationery – available nowNew Waverley Scotland Notebooks, Journals and Stationery – available now Please browse our new spring real cloth notebooks and guest book - available now!There are 14 products in this category.Corporate tartan notebooks for your companyCorporate tartan notebooks for your companyThere is 1 product in this category.Hunting tartansHunting tartans The hunting tartans tend to be dark greens and natural colours to blend in with the environment of the Highlands of Scotland.There are 4 products in this category.
Robert BurnsRobert BurnsThere are 5 products in this category.New Large Waverley tartan notebooks - they are here!New Large Waverley tartan notebooks - they are here! These are our new notebooks available now from us. Please contact us for information about these exciting new additionsThere are 9 products in this category.Outdoors and Survival Skills for beginnersOutdoors and Survival Skills for beginnersThere are 2 products in this category.If you like blue tartan notebooks, look no further...If you like blue tartan notebooks, look no further... We have put together the tartans with a blue focus. Blue symbolises trust. It is the brand for peace, wisdom, loyalty, confidence, faith, intelligence, truth and heaven. It is a radiant blue sea and a lovely blue sky. It is infinity and the horizon. It slows human beings down and it brings us tranquility and calm. Dark blue has connotations of depth, experience and expertise. Uniforms, and corporate America use it - Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, the capital letter of Google, and Boots the Chemist in the UK. We trust blue. Blue-green, indigo, navy, royal, cobalt, beryl, azure, lapis lazuli, cerulean, celestial blue. There are 16 products in this category.If you like red tartan notebooks, look no further...If you like red tartan notebooks, look no further... We've gathered the tartan notebooks we produce with a focus on red, so if you like red - welcome.   What's in a name? Quite a lot, actually: Scarlet, vermilion, pillar-box, ruby, ruby-red, cherry, cherry-red, claret, wine, wine-red, flaming-red, flame, russet-red, blood red, rose, foxy, reddish, damask, sanguine, cerise, cardinal, cochineal, rufescent, vermeil, crimson, dark red, bruised red, incarnadine, or 'I just like red'. This is the place for you.There are 24 products in this category.If you like black and dark tartan notebooks, look no further...If you like black and dark tartan notebooks, look no further... Black. We're thinking inky, dark, sable, coal, raven, ebony, jet, gun-metal, night, sooty, and the associations of this colour are very strong: power, sophistication, authority, rebellion, strength, elegance, Armani, formality, death, funereal, mystery. Think Ian Fleming's Mr Bond also, and his dark suits, and the cutting dash of the After Eight mint, and a black tie event. Lovely. Some people won't wear it, others wear only black. It's striking and makes a statement.However, we have added notebooks/journals with black threads in this category, as we had differing views here in the office. Colour is always subjective after all...There are 19 products in this category.
If you like green tartan notebooks, look no further...If you like green tartan notebooks, look no further...Emerald, pea, olive, grass, leaf, charteuse, lime green, forest green, seagreen, dark olive, green-yellow, spring-green and khaki. Green is the colour of growth, spring, rebirth and renewal. It restores us and renews us, and those with depleted energy are revived with green. It brings us a sense of well being. It brings a sanctuary from the strain of today and renews our sense of personality. Green as a colour to wear can mean calm and kindness, compassion and generosity. You are good to have around in a crisis if you are dressed in green! Think of Robin Hood. In the west, green is a colour of luck and freshness and calm, and in China and Japan, green is the colour of new birth, youth and hope. But a green hat in China can be a symbol of infidelity. There are 28 products in this category.If you like yellow tartan notebooks, look no further...If you like yellow tartan notebooks, look no further... Lemon, lemon-chiffon, moccasin, peachpuff, pale gold, gold, khaki, yellow-green, olive, dark olive, lime-green, green-yellow, spring-green, primrose. We've added in the notebooks with a yellow elastic. Yellow is the colour associated with freshness and hope. It is for sunshine and positivity, happiness and clarity, energy and optimism. It is for enlightenment and remembrance, primroses and light. But too much can be a bad thing and babies apparently cry more in an over-yellow room. It can also mean cowardice and deceit or can mean caution and sickness. Black and yellow are combined for school buses in America as the two colours together stand out from long distances.There is 1 product in this category.If you like brown, tan, biscuit, caramel, chocolate, bronze, rust, nut-brown, coppery.. tartan notebooks, look no further...If you like brown, tan, biscuit, caramel, chocolate, bronze, rust, nut-brown, coppery.. tartan notebooks, look no further... What's in a name or colour? The hues of brown are many: tan, biscuit, caramel, mushroom, chocolate, russet, tawny, coppery, copper, nut-brown, bronze... We've gathered those tartan notebooks we have that fall into this category and wonder if we should add more. Brown shoes are often worn with kilts of all tartans and look good. We love these notebook shades and hope you do too.There are 13 products in this category.If you like orange tartan notebooks, look no further...If you like orange tartan notebooks, look no further... For this category, you will find the orange tartans we have but also notebooks with an elastic closure that is orange. Apricot, ginger, cantaloupe, tomato, coral, peach, auburn, carrot, salmon, titian, tangerine, flame, copper, brass, vermilion, pumpkin, citrus, burnt-orange, orange-yellow-brown. In terms of association, orange spiritually, psychologically and intuitively is the colour of creativity, fascination, enthusiasm, and determination. It's a happy colour, symbolising success, happiness, encouragement, stimulation and heat. It is used in advertising to represent holidays, sun, warmth, tropical surroundings and fire and sunshine.There are 3 products in this category.If you like grey tartan notebooks, look no further...If you like grey tartan notebooks, look no further... Grey - it is timeless, elegant, cool and balanced. Sophisticated and formal, and fits in anywhere. Practical and goes with most other colours. An ideal choice when you're not sure what to get. There are 2 products in this category.If you like a dash of white in your tartan notebooks, look no further...If you like a dash of white in your tartan notebooks, look no further... White always cuts a dash in a tartan. Elegant, striking. timeless - often white thread is used as part of the design in a dress tartan, and you would wear those for an official event such as a ball, ceilidh, wedding, function. There are 9 products in this category.
January 2020 new titles - celebrating Scottish traditional songsJanuary 2020 new titles - celebrating Scottish traditional songs Here at Waverley Scotland, we have tried to push the boundary a bit with tartan. Many places - stores, gift shops, museum buyers - in Scotland tell us when we present our notebooks to them that they prefer not to stock 'tartan' as they feel it's so overdone. Many feel they want Scotland to be represented by more contemporary looks. At Waverley we love tartan and fabric, and will continue as long as we can to try and use the cloth in a new way - we feel what we do is contemporary and fun. We love to celebrate the history of tartan and the wonderful, vibrant colours. For some time we have published books on Scottish traditions, and as an initiative for January 2020 we have looked at famous songs from Scotland. We all love singing and one of us in a choir. For January then, we have four new notebooks celebrating four of our most famous songs. Each notebook has the lyrics of all four songs on a leaflet inside. The notebooks arrive in January 2020. We hope you will love them.There are 4 products in this category.MAPSMAPS Maps - at Waverley we have just two: but they are good! We have one on whisky by Neil Wilson, and Jim McEwan, and we have Clans and Tartans - also new. There are 3 products in this category.

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A Scottish Tradition: Tailors and Kiltmakers, Tartan and Highland Dress since 1868A Scottish Tradition: Tailors and Kiltmakers, Tartan and Highland Dress since 1868Our price: £25.00ViewAvailable nowGod Bless Mrs McGinty!  My Life and The Sunday PostGod Bless Mrs McGinty! My Life and The Sunday PostOur price: £9.99ViewEntertaining, lively, informative and direct, this memoir by Bill Anderson about his life and times as the editor of one of the UK's most successful Sunday newspapers chronicles a special view of Scotland, and The Sunday Post itself, from the late 1930s to the 1980s. The memoir was written in 1982 while Bill Anderson was recovering from a near-fatal car accident. The manuscript remained undiscovered until 2014 when Bill's wife Maggie came across it when she was clearing out her desk -– 'not before time' he would probably have said. The manuscript was entitled 'Who the Hell is Bill Anderson?' Here it is, and it is a fascinating account of childhood in working-class Scotland in the 1930s and 40s, of the wee boy who would grow up to edit the best-read newspaper in the world, The Sunday Post. The autobiography tells of Bill's broad experience from his working-class roots, through childhood, later aboard the MV Marilyn Abbott, then his medical training at Glasgow University via Hartwood Hospital and his Army days, together with the adventures that only an Hon Man could encounter that gave him a fairly unique insight and perspective. As editor of The Sunday Post he was passionate, tenacious, campaigning and demanding. In 1990 Bill left the editor's chair to become managing editor, and the following year he won a Scottish Press Award for his lifetime's work. Though a traditional newspaperman, he was immediately aware of the impact that the internet would have on journalism, and in the early 1990s he set up Scotland Online, a joint venture between DC Thomson and Scottish Telecom. In 1991 he became the first Scottish member of the Press Complaints Commission. He was appointed CBE in the same year.Waverley Books for Boys Leaflet to promote readingWaverley Books for Boys Leaflet to promote readingOur price: £0.00ViewBooks chosen specifically for the enjoyment of boys age 8 upwardsWaverley Scotland Genuine Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebook – Colquhoun AncientWaverley Scotland Genuine Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebook – Colquhoun AncientOur price: £9.99View The Colquhoun Ancient tartan is green blended with blue and black, bearing thin white and red stripes. Waverley Scotland Genuine Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebook – MacRae Modern Red (pocket)Waverley Scotland Genuine Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebook – MacRae Modern Red (pocket)Our price: £9.99ViewThere are several tartans associated with the MacRae clan, but this attractive MacRae Modern Red tartan is predominantly red with dark blue and dark green. Waverley Scotland Genuine Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebook – Stewart Modern Camel (large)Waverley Scotland Genuine Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebook – Stewart Modern Camel (large)Our price: £14.99ViewThe Stewart Modern Camel tartan featured on this large format notebook is predominantly light brown in colour, with white black and red, and has a light and contemporary feel to it.
Waverley Scotland Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebooks merchandising display unitWaverley Scotland Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebooks merchandising display unitOur price: £0.00ViewAn acrylic stand designed to hold 24 copies of the pocket size Waverley Scotland Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebooks.Waverley: Tartan Worldwide - French translation - This is an extract from the multi-lingual leaflet which accompanies each Waverley Tartan notebookWaverley: Tartan Worldwide - French translation - This is an extract from the multi-lingual leaflet which accompanies each Waverley Tartan notebookOur price: £0.00View
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