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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.

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Bonnie Prince Charlie (The Corbies series)Bonnie Prince Charlie (The Corbies series)Our price: £2.99ViewThis colour illustrated book tells the story of Charles Edward Stuart in his quest for the return to the throne of the Stuart kings. The Corbies is a series of bestselling and treasured classics aimed at children aged 7+. Greyfriars Bobby (The Corbies series)Greyfriars Bobby (The Corbies series)Our price: £2.99ViewA constant favourite, this colour illustrated book tells the lovely story of a loyal dog who sat and waited for his master in Edinburgh. After his master died, the dog still waited for him by his grave in Greyfriars Kirk, and the local people of Edinburgh fed and looked after Bobby until he quickly became known as ‘Greyfriars Bobby’. Greyfriars Bobby (Waverley Scottish Classics series)Greyfriars Bobby (Waverley Scottish Classics series)Our price: £3.99ViewAuthor: Eleanor AtkinsonI Fought at Bannockburn (The Corbies series)I Fought at Bannockburn (The Corbies series)Our price: £2.99View This story is one of the most popular Scottish battle stories of all time – how Robert the Bruce led the Scots against King Edward II’s army at Bannockburn and won. The exciting story is told from the point of view of a boy of 15 who fought in King Robert's army. The Corbies is a series of twelve bestselling and treasured classics aimed at children 7+. The books are illustrated in colour throughout and are simple, charming and colourful, helping children understand history in a very accessible way. Popular with teachers, the books provide an invaluable teaching aid.Trimmed Page Size: 167 x 114mm; Hardback; 32pp; spine: 10mm; Weight: 111g.R. L Stevenson's Kidnapped - retold by John KennettR. L Stevenson's Kidnapped - retold by John KennettOur price: £4.99ViewTPS: 193 x 124mmStrange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr HydeStrange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr HydeOur price: £4.99ViewTPS: 193 x 124mm with 144 pages and 11 illustrations by Cam Kennedy.
The Story of Iona and St Columba (The Corbies series)The Story of Iona and St Columba (The Corbies series)Our price: £1.99ViewThis colour illustrated book tells the story how St Columba sailed with the monks to the Scottish island Iona and built an abbey, which became Iona Abbey. The Corbies is a series of twelve bestselling and treasured classics aimed at children 7+. The books are illustrated in colour throughout and are simple, charming and colourful, helping children understand history in a very accessible way. Popular with teachers, the books provide an invaluable teaching aid.Trimmed Page Size: 167 x 114mm; Hardback; 32pp; spine: 10mm; Weight: 111g.The Story of Mary Queen of Scots (The Corbies series)The Story of Mary Queen of Scots (The Corbies series)Our price: £2.99ViewThis illustrated colour children’s book explains the story of story of Scotland’s youngest Queen, Mary Queen of Scots and how she was imprisoned because she was seen as a threat to Queen Elizabeth I. The Corbies is a series of twelve bestselling and treasured classics aimed at children 7+. The books are illustrated in colour throughout and are simple, charming and colourful, helping children understand history in a very accessible way. Popular with teachers, the books provide an invaluable teaching aid.Trimmed Page Size: 167 x 114mm; Hardback; 32pp; spine: 10mm; Weight: 111g.The Story of Rob Roy (The Corbies series)The Story of Rob Roy (The Corbies series)Our price: £2.99ViewThis colour illustrated book tells the story of the popular Scottish folk hero, Rob Roy. Rob Roy was the nickname for Scottish hero Robert Roy MacGregor, who has been described as a Scottish Robin Hood. The Story of Robert the Bruce (The Corbies series)The Story of Robert the Bruce (The Corbies series)Our price: £2.99ViewThis story of Robert the Bruce explains how this fair and strong man became Scotland’s warrior king and secured Scotland’s independence from England.The Story of Scotland's Flag (The Corbies series)The Story of Scotland's Flag (The Corbies series)Our price: £2.99ViewThis illustrated colour children’s book explains the story of how Saint Andrew’s Cross, or The Saltire, became Scotland’s flag.The Story of William Wallace (The Corbies series)The Story of William Wallace (The Corbies series)Our price: £2.99ViewThis illustrated colour children’s book tells the thrilling story of how Sir William Wallace, the Scottish patriot and national hero, led his army against the English at the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
This is Birmingham: A glimpse of the city’s secret treasuresThis is Birmingham: A glimpse of the city’s secret treasuresOur price: £9.99ViewAuthor: Jan BowmanYoung Robert BurnsYoung Robert BurnsRRP: £3.99Our price: £2.99You save: £1.00 (25%)ViewIdeal for children aged 6 - 12, this colour illustrated book explains the early life of Robert Burns and how he grew up to be Scotland's best known poet and lyricist. One of the Corbies series, this book is a tried and tested and trusted classic, and has been selling since 1992. Suitable for schools and homework projects, this book explains Burns' early life in Alloway. Today, Burns is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and is celebrated worldwide. Known best for poems such as Auld Lang Syne and My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose, Burns is the best known of the poets who have written in the Scots language, and he is seen as a leader of the Romantic movement. After his death he was a source of inspiration to the founders of liberalism and socialism and today he is a cultural icon not just in Scotland. His work is taught in many countries such as Russia and Canada. He is regarded as one of the greatest Scots.
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