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Chosen for Spring 2015 PEOPLE'S BOOK PRIZE COLLECTION for Non-Fiction
ISBN: 9780856835056 - paperback
“Discovering God is a deeply insightful and extremely accessible set of meditations enriched and amplified by beautiful and sensitive illustrations – each one a meditation in itself.”
Abbot Stuart, OSB
ISBN: 9780856832499 - Hardback
The culmination of a lifetime's work, this is a collection of poetry, prose and visual art that keeps body, mind and spirit together, a rich summation of ideas, thoughts and philosophy. Their common theme is a respect for life and an affinity with what endures throughout the years, bringing an empathetic solace and strength in time of need.
ISBN: 9780856831454 - Hardback
What is it that makes England English? What are the quintessentially English qualities? This is what Linda Proud has sought to reveal and Valerie Petts to illustrate.
ISBN: 9780856831461 - Hardback
The speeches, poems and songs in this book, chosen to reflect the dramatic scope of Shakespeare's work, have been written and illustrated by hand. Like the actor, the art of the calligrapher is to bring the words to life.
ISBN: 9780856831751 - Hardback
This beautiful book is the result of a long cherished dream, inspired by the poems and songs of Robert Burns. The dedicated research and meticulous craftsmanship shown by Andrew Winton have resulted in a book that no lover of Burns can resist.
ISBN: 9780856830822 - Hardback
The poet's search "in hope to find whatever I seek", his physical and spiritual intimacy with Nature and his deep love of England are all expressed in this evocative selection of some eighty of his poems, introduced by a biographical essay.
ISBN: 9780856831416 - Hardback
Springs of Joy, begun by Evelyn Scaramanga as a labour of love in memory of her late husband, has turned into a beautiful and inspired work of art.
ISBN: 9780856831157 - Hardback
"... one of the most amazing books I have ever seen ... an anthology of about a hundred very short texts taken from a wide variety of sources drawing on the teachings of many religions and philosophies." The Philosopher
ISBN: 9780856831836 - Hardback
In this her fourth book Dorothy Boux drew on her deep fund of experience and wisdom to shed light on what it means to be a woman today. Using her skills as a calligrapher and artist, she illuminated the subject beautifully.
ISBN: 9780856832192 - Hardback
Inscribed on tablets in an ancient language, the original source of this extraordinary account of creation remains a mystery. H.P.Blavatsky was given an explanation of the meaning during her travels in India and Tibet in the 1850s and inspired by the words, Dorothy Boux has produced this beautifully illustrated work.
ISBN: 9780856832697 - Hardback
Creation: A Celebration is an exquisite work of art in needlework, painting and calligraphy, reproduced in all its vibrancy in this delightful book.
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