BOOKS AVAILABLE DIRECT BY POST


LYME BAY FOSSILS
£3.50
A layman's guide to the famous fossil
rocks of Lyme Bay's Jurassic Coast.
36 pages packed with illustrations and
information of where to see fossils or
how to find fossils.
The Best Selling Guide with over
47,000 copies sold!






SHIPWRECK GUIDE TO
DORSET & SOUTH DEVON
£14.95
(includes postage in the UK)
Illustrated with photographs, charts & maps,
this book details the GPS position, date of sinking,
depth and information on over 370 wrecks
that can be found off the Dorset & Devon coast. 
A "must have" for divers & skippers.
BEST SELLING GUIDE TO SHIPWRECKS!





JURASSIC COASTAL WALKS
£5.99
Throughout a summer and winter
Nigel Clarke trudged the Jurassic
coastline via a series of circular walks.
This book contains 23 walks that can be
reached by the X53 bus that runs along
the coast every 2 hours.
The walks vary from hard to
child friendly.




THE BOOK OF CHESIL BEACH
£3.50
The Chesil Beach is 18 miles long with a
history of shipwrecks and smugglers.
This booklet is a written account of
the Chesil Beach.









THE BOOK OF THE COBB
LYME REGIS
£3.50
This guide gives a descriptive account
of the history and points of interest of this
famous Grad 1 Listed Marine structure.
The backdrop to countless films including
Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice
and The French Lieutenant's Woman
by John Fowles.





WEST DORSET & EAST DEVON WALKS
£3.50

Inspired by walking his dog Spooky,
this guide suggests walks around the area and
their suitablity for children or adults.










MARY ANNING
A LIFE ON THE ROCKS
£3.50

On the 21st May 1799 a baby girl was born to
to a carpenter Richard Anning. Christened Mary,
she grew up to become one of the most famous fossil
hunters of her age.

This is a factual account of her life and friendship with
renowned male peers of her time.
The inspiration behind the rhyme:
"She Sells Sea Shells, on the Sea Shore"



RUDE MAN OF CERNE ABBAS
& OTHER WESSEX LANDSCAPE ODDITIES
£2.50
Chalk carvings, stone circles, barrows, hill forts, standing stones and the cursus.  Wessex has them all!
This useful guide details some of the explanations and history behind these weird and wonderful features of our landscape.







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