Wales Book of the Month
Eighteen walks in all parts of Wales, including the Skirrid, from the TV series by the renowned Welsh weatherman and co-author Martin Aaron.
Broackway, Derek & Aaron, Martin; Y Lolfa; ISBN 9781847718211; £9.95.
The book to go with the TV programme, it includes 5 full-size pattern sheets.
Evelegh, Tessa; Quadrille Publishing; ISBN 9781849494144; £25.
A comprehensive, illustrated study of the Welsh Pony over a century of its history. The origins of the beautiful breed are traced, and stories relating to key people in the field are told with enthusiasm. Over 120 colour and over 100 black-and-white illustrations.
Best, Tom; Medina Publishing Ltd; ISBN 9781909339026; £35.
Twenty imaginative pieces of trendy Steampunk jewellery to make
Schulz, Carolyn; Search Press Ltd; ISBN 9781782210122; £4.99.
Brunel and Bradshaw were close contemporaries. One became Britain's most celebrated engineer, while the other brought the experience of rail travel to the masses through his timetables and guide books. In this book Brunel-expert John Christopher presents Bradshaw's original account as a continuous journey from Swindon to Pembrokeshire. 159 photographs, diagrams and maps
Christopher, John; Amberely Publishing; ISBN 9781445621777; £14.99.
Discover how to upcycle to make unusual and unique homeware with Creating the Vintage Look. Here, Ellie Laycock shows you how you can make truly beautiful objects from things you might otherwise have thrown away.
Laycock, Ellie; CICO Books; ISBN 9781782490425; £12.99.
Jema Emilly Ladybird Hewitt; F&W Publications Inc; ISBN 9781440308383; £14.99.
Contains 40 easy-to-sew projects from the creative talents of Cabbages & Roses, the popular vintage-style fabric company. The ultimate guide to creating an inviting and stylish home, featuring everything from pillows to aprons, and curtains to lampshades.
Strutt, Christina; ; ISBN 9781908170200; £12.99.
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