Art for Wales – The Legacy of Derek Williams explores a remarkable, outstanding and far-reaching bequest to Wales of the late Derek Williams. The original collection features work by Lucian Freud, Joseph Herman, Augustus John, David Jones, Ben Nicholson, John Piper, Ceri Richards, Graham Sutherland and Kyffin Williams.
Plant-based recipe book for the healthy, hearty eater published 17 September. Happy Beans contains over 40 family-friendly, hearty, plant-based meals and snacks covering starters, soups, salads, pasties, pastas, pies, crumbles, breads, sauces, chutneys and more.
Join Terry Stevens and an international selection of guest speakers for the launch of Wish You Were Here: The Stories Behind Fifty of the World’s Great Destinations, published by Graffeg. Discover what makes these great places to visit, who the people behind these successful operations are and what ideas make them leaders in world tourism destination management.
The Hedgehog Book will be launched over Zoom, with author Hugh Warwick and invited guests discussing the book, the series, and all things hedgehog, along with a Q&A session, at 11:00 on 10 September 2020.
Graffeg re-publish two of Jackie Morris’s best-selling titles in a new compact format: The Quiet Music of Gently Falling Snow and Queen of the Sky.
Albert Upside Down is the fun adventure story of a tortoise and his garden friends learning about teamwork, written by Ian Brown and illustrated by Eoin Clarke.
Social and familial issues are brought to the fore in Nicola Davies‘s latest addition to the Country Tales series of children’s stories.
Malachy Doyle and Andrew Whitson return with another exciting tale of Molly and her friends.
Mae Malachy Doyle ac Andrew Whitson yn dychwelyd gyda stori gyffrous arall am Mali a’i ffrindiau.
New children’s tale celebrating one of the UKs favourite mammals, whilst numbers decline.
Behind the Mask – A unique and personal insight into the NHS response to COVID-19 from those on the frontline.
Photographs by Glenn Dene. Words by Dr. Ami Jones MBE. Publication 4 June 2020.
Graffeg publishes illustrated books on subjects as diverse as; food, arts, culture, architecture, gardens, landscapes, photography, sport and lifestyle. Graffeg also publish a range of gift stationery, notecards, calendars, prints and posters. Graffeg has offices in Cardiff and Llanelli.