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Cyhoeddi'r cofiant cyflawn cyntaf erioed i Cynan
Cyhoeddi hunangofiant un o arloeswyr pennaf y Gymraeg
Llyfr Shwshaswyn i gyflwyno ymwybyddiaeth ofalgar i blant bach
New book discloses the alarming crisis facing Rugby Union

Ceredigion's Tess of the d'Urbervilles

The second part of a Welsh historical series, seen as Ceredigion’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles, is published this week. Described as “lyrical, visceral and angry” Nanteos: The Dipping Pool is a gothic novel set against the dramatic backdrop of 1750s Cardiganshire.  read more

New cookbook celebrates local, seasonal and sustainable Welsh produce

New cookbook celebrates local, seasonal and sustainable Welsh produce

Bwyd Cymru yn ei Dymor / Welsh Food by Season is full of both traditional and modern recipes that have been created by Nerys Howell. Nerys has appeared on BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Cymru as well as being a contributor to S4C’s Prynhawn Da and a regular at Welsh food festivals. The book is a celebration of local, sustainable Welsh produce and aims to encourage people to eat seasonally.  read more

Children's book to raise essential funds for Tŷ Hafan

Children's book to raise essential funds for Tŷ Hafan

Since opening in 1999 Tŷ Hafan, the charity that offers care and support to children and young people with shortened life expectancy, has supported over 850 children and their families. Juliet Bebbington, one of its volunteers, has written a warm and funny book to help fundraising for this important charity, with all the profits going towards the hospice.  read more

Golwg dychanol a damniol ar fyd addysg uwch gan gyn-Lyfrgellydd Cenedlaethol Cymru
Joke book published to raise funds for NHS
Cyfrol arloesol yn trafod dibyniaeth ar alcohol yn y Gymru Gymraeg
Llyfr newydd i ddysgwyr yn cynnwys straeon wedi eu hysbrydoli gan y cyfnod clo
Ditectif benywaidd yn cael y lle blaenaf mewn nofel gan gyn-enillydd Llyfr y Flwyddyn
One of British history's greatest untold stories told for first time

One of British history's greatest untold stories told for first time

Where was Britain’s first centre of learning founded? Oxford? Cambridge? St Andrews? Think again: it was in Llantwit Major in south Wales – known as Llanilltud Fawr in Welsh. St Illtud’s monastery and training school was founded in c.500 A.D., making it in all probability the oldest centre of learning in Britain. Scholars of church history have emphasised its importance by calling it ‘the Christian axis of the Celtic-speaking peoples’ and ‘the University of the Atlantic of the Celtic period’.  read more

Cyflwyno llyfr i un o gymwynaswyr mawr byd athroniaeth yng Nghymru
Llyfr digidol Rwdlan y Cyfnod Clo yn cael ei gyhoeddi fel llyfr
Llyfr lliwio newydd Cadi i ddiddanu plant!
Award winning author revisits world of witness protection
Mischievous tailless cat to inspire people to learn Manx!

Mischievous tailless cat to inspire people to learn Manx!

The author of an unusual new handy pocket-sized book is hoping to use humour to inspire people to learn and use a few simple bits of Manx. Unlike many traditional phrasebooks, Teach Your Cat Manx shows that learning useful expressions doesn’t have to be boring or daunting, and makes picking up a few basics accessible to everyone.  read more

Llythyrau dadlennol newydd yn arwain at drysor o gyfrol am Caradog Prichard
Acclaimed livestock artist publishes first novel

Acclaimed livestock artist publishes first novel

Acclaimed artist Mary Griese is well-known for her watercolour paintings of sheep and other livestock, but this week she will publish her first novel, Where Crows Would Die. The novel is a bleak and unsettling psychological thriller which, similar to her artwork, is set in a rural location – the Black Mountain in Wales – during the 1960s and 1970s.  read more

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