|Book Sellers in Wales|
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Here you will find books from Wales, about Wales, in Welsh and in English. From novels and short stories to history, politics, biography, art, poetry, drama, nature, railways and a full range of award winning books for children.
Based in lovely Pembrokeshire we are a well-established online bookseller with many years experience in the international book trade. It is our aim to meet the needs of book lovers everywhere who love a bargain but do not want to compromise on quality.
Seren is an independent publisher driven by quality writing across a wide-ranging list which includes poetry, fiction, translation, biography, art and history. Many of our books and authors are shortlisted for – and win! – major literary prizes across Britain and America.
Mabon a Mabli
Specialists in Welsh/bilingual books, educational resources, games, audio tapes, CDs and CD-Roms, videos, posters for young children. Very wide range. Arbenigwyr mewn llyfrau Cymraeg, adnoddau addysgol, gemau, casetiau, CDs a CD-Roms, fideos, posteri i blant ifanc. Dewis eang.
We buy & sell books, prints and photographes, rare, old and unique.
Francis Edwards Antiquarian Bookseller, was established in 1855 in the West End of London. Now situated on the top floor of the world famous Hay Cinema Bookshop in Hay-on-Wye, \"The Town of Books\", the Francis Edwards division occupies four show rooms and has in stock over 3,000 volumes.
Based in Cardigan/Aberteifi on the west coast of Wales, we publish an innovative range of new fiction, poetry, and drama, from writers as varied as Deborah Kay Davies, Dai Smith, Rachel Trezise, Lewis Davies, Glen Peters and Jeni Williams.
Dustybooks, the site with volumes to satisfy your interest. In books since 1993, online from the start. You can search for books, used books, out of print books, rare books and books online with our fast easy to use service.
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