How to use this bookshop
Amazon is a very secure
way of buying books over the Internet. Their prices are competitive, and
their delivery service is swift. We say this from personal experience
of buying from Amazon!
The York Book. Everything you need to know about the city, in a compact, A - Z format.
by Colin Nutt.
A blend of history, reflection and inspiration. As well as text and photographs
relating to the 'bricks and mortar' of the place in question, the book is
complemented by information about and quotes from people connected with
Yorkshire: York and the East Riding by Nikolaus Pevsner. A classic guide to all the main buildings in York and the surrounding area. Invaluable if you are interested in historic architecture
York Pocket Guide by Ian Sampson and Colin Baxter. Convenient format, inexpensive - perhaps a little limited in scope.
Insight Compact Guide: York - not bad. One of a worldwide guide book series
York Minster - by Ann Willey. This is a must if you are visiting this historic church. If your time is short, this book will help you to focus on the essentials. The Minster is vast!
Yorkies Today - by Anne Fisher. Yes, that's us - 'Yorkies'. Find out what makes us tick!
Maps (only available from Amazon.co.uk)
Outdoor Leisure Maps from the Ordnance Survey - scale 1:25,000. Ideal for walking & cycling - and for filling in details when you're driving...
Outdoor Leisure Map 002: Yorkshire Dales - Southern & Western Areas
Outdoor Leisure Map 030: Yorkshire Dales - Northern & Central Areas
Beverley E Yorks a pleasant guide to this delightful market town.
Collins Cycling Guide: Cycling in the Yorkshire Dales - can't comment.. we're not into cycling!
Favourite Yorkshire Recipes - by J Salmon. Go on - try some!
James Herriot's Yorkshire Revisited - a popular guide to this part of Yorkshire where the famous vet lived (he of "All Creatures Great and Small" fame).
North York Moors Walks - by B Conduit. A good walking guide to this wild area. Walks of all lengths to suit everyone.
On Foot in the North York Moors - by Alan Hall. More up to date than Conduit's book - but not so much changes on the Moors! Some overlap between the books, but both are worth having.
On Foot in the Yorkshire Dales - by Roland Smith & John Clear. Does for the Dales area to the East of York what Alan Hall's book does for the Northern moorland area.
Where to Watch Birds in Yorkshire (Including the Former North Humberside) - by John Mather. If you want to watch birds in Yorkshire, this is the book!