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Whitefaced Woodland Sheep Society Flock Profiles
Profiles of the flocks of fourteen of the best-known breeders of this rare and historic breed of sheep
FULLY ILLUSTRATED WITH OVER 100 COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS
by Philip Onions
92 pages large format paperback ISBN 978-0-9932472-7-9
The Whitefaced Woodland is one of the larger and more distinctive hill breeds of sheep, characterised by their horns, which are heavily spiralled in rams, and - as the name of the breed would suggest - their white faces. It is a historic breed, and one classified by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust as being a rare breed.
A Matter of Lies and Death
by C.J. Riley
318 pages ISBN 978-0-9932472-9-3
Life in the idyllic English village of Little Ford is not always what it seems, and Abi’s cosy world is shattered when her husband announces that not only he is leaving her, but that he has been sleeping with her best friend and that her best friend is now pregnant with his child, the child Abi herself could never have.
The Whitefaced Woodland Sheep Society exists to preserve and promote the breed. Some sixteen years ago, the society began a project of compiling flock profiles - interviewing breeders and photographing their flocks - with the aims of sharing information and promoting the rare and ancient breed.
Those flock profiles are collected here together for the first time, and bring together a wealth of information (and opinion), engagingly presented and illustrated with colour photographs throughout - which will be of interest not only to Whitefaced Woodland breeders, but anyone with an interest in livestock or rare breeds.
What happens next is a matter of lies and death, and as the story twists, turns and unfolds some will suffer for their betrayal in ways they never imagined.
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by S.L. Powell
128 pages ISBN 978-1-9996579-0-1
What if you found a pen that wrote the truth, even when you didn’t want it to? A pen that put into words thoughts you wanted to keep to yourself. Would your life be turned upside down? Or could it be changed for the better? Especially if, like Alex, your problems include your best friend flushing one of your new trainers down the toilet. In Visible Ink all will be revealed.
Visible Ink is a book about friendship and bullying, about growing up and learning that it’s OK to be the person you are and not the person others expect you to be.
Visible Ink is the first book out in our new imprint for YA and children's books, Curlicue Books. Visible Ink remarkably combines a truly engaging story with a real-life issue, that of bullying by a friend - something that it's estimated might, at some time, affect nearly a third of youngsters. Its core audience is the age range 9-12, but the book has appeal far beyond that too, from younger children to adults. Visible Ink is S.L. Powell's second book; her first, the acclaimed Fifty Fifty, was published by Piccadilly Press in 2011.