Books by Publisher: The Posh Book Company

    Suffering

    By A. K. Stuart

    Paperback £7.25

    Fiction. Suspense Thriller. Including erotic segments.

    Migration and Development: Perspectives from Small States

    Paperback Save £0.79 = £64.21

    This book contextualises migration and development to the peculiar vulnerabilities of small states. It includes case studies from small states in Africa, Caribbean and the Pacific that will help policy-makers to embrace migration as an inevitable phenomenon and devise policies that will maximise the benefits from migration at a minimal...

    Where the Poppies Now Grow

    By Hilary Robinson

    Paperback Save £1.14 = £7.85

    Set during the First World War, in simple rhyme, Where the Poppies Now Grow takes readers on a journey of friendship set against a changing landscape of innocence, of war and then finally, of peace.

    Bad Day

    By Peter Clarke

    Paperback Save £0.39 = £28.11

    Garage

    By Peter Clarke

    Paperback Save £0.39 = £28.11

    Everyday Money Pack of 6

    By SFL Materials LLP

    Paperback £28.11

    Strange Threads: An Odyssey Through Community Theatre

    By Jack Blackburn

    Paperback Save £4.32 = £12.63

    STRANGE THREADS: Those moments of happenstance and circumstance which, in ways both surprising and on occasions troubling, stitch a life, a body of work, and groups of people together.   With over 140 illustrations, the book includes contributions from some of those who worked with me on ACT productions. They...

    Teen Issues Activity Pack

    By Joyce Howarth

    Hardback £87.96

    Pumps, Pipes and Purity: The Turbulent Social History of Providing the Public with Enough Safe Water in the Thirsk District and North Yorkshire from 1875

    By Bernie Eccleston

    Paperback Save £4.54 = £12.96

    By the 1870s, it seemed obvious that if people used less water pumped from wells contaminated by sewage, the risk of spreading waterborne illness and disease would be dramatically reduced. However, not until the 1950s were water mains laid to the majority of households in rural districts across the whole...

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