'Escape Room' yn ysbrydoli nofel i'r arddegau gan Anni Llŷn
Aberth aelod teulu yn y Rhyfel Mawr yn egin nofel newydd
Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path with a harp! Welsh folk musician's crazy adventure
Unusal marine life explored in new children's book
Nofel newydd yn cael ei chyflwyno i deulu o Ynys Môn am 'ddal eu tir'
Triolegau i oedolion ifanc yn ateb y galw am ddeunydd gwreiddiol a ffres
Find the Dragon - the Welsh Where's Wally?

Find the Dragon - the Welsh Where's Wally?

Packed with lively double-page illustrations, a new book starring a small dragon has been hailed as the Welsh Where’s Wally? However, Find the Dragon! has an obvious Welsh slant, with every double page showing an iconic Welsh location, including Mount Snowdon, Caerphilly Castle and Portmeirion. Other scenes include the Red Wall at a Wales football match, a Gower beach and a farm full of disobedient sheep.  read more

Drama heriol newydd ar gyfer Lefel A
Newyddion ffug ac athroniaeth 'stand up'
New science fiction novel asks intriguing questions about the boundries between the real and virtual worlds
Cyfle i ysbrydoli merched bach Cymru drwy gael eu henwau mewn llyfr newydd cyffrous!
Unsung working class woman who nursed with Florence Nightingale the inspiration for novel
Deian a Loli - y sêr yn disgleirio ar gyfer y Nadolig
Boc - y Where's Wally? Cymraeg cyntaf, nawr mewn llyfr
Award-winning Welsh author publishes first children's book in English

Award-winning Welsh author publishes first children's book in English

An award-winning Welsh author has just published her first children’s book in English. Caryl Lewis has won numerous awards for her work, including Welsh Book of the Year twice (Martha, Jac a Sianco and Y Bwthyn), as well as numerous awards for her books for children and young adults, including wining the prestigious Tir na n-Og children’s fiction prize twice. She has also been voted Wales’ Favourite Welsh-language Author by BBC Radio Cymru listeners.  read more

Cyhoeddi'r llyfr Cymraeg cyntaf am y Tour de France
Cyhoeddi'r nofel Gymraeg fwyaf erioed - epig am hanes Cymry America
A book celebrating Welsh football

A book celebrating Welsh football

Two years since Wales success in Euro 2016, the men’s senior team have a new manager who has introduced a number of young faces that are rapidly becoming new heroes. We have been inspired by the unprecedented success of the women’s team under their new manager; by Chris Gunter who recently got his 93rd cap, making him the most capped player in Wales senior men’s team; and we respect all our clubs – big and small. To celebrate our passion for Welsh football, a new bilingual book has been published by Gwynfor Jones, Welsh Football – Day by Day.  read more

'Yes, Wales Can': Plaid leader publishes 'manifesto' for Welsh independence
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