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Dyfroedd Dyfnion Hunangofiant John Elfed

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Ac yntau'n un o bersonoliaethau mwyaf dadleuol a diflewyn-ar-dafod Cymru, mae John Elfed Jones wedi hen arfer a chreu penawdau cenedlaethol. Beth felly yw gwir gymhellion y gAur adnabyddus hwn sydd wedi arwain rhai o gyrff a mudiadau mwyaf pwerus y wlad? Cawn ddarganfod mwy am gyn-gadeirydd DAur Cymru a Bwrdd yr Iaith Gymraeg yn yr hunangofiant hwn.


Hi yw fy Ffrind

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Nofel fywiog yn portreadu cyfeillgarwch dwy ferch wrth iddynt brofi hwyl a dwyster tyfu i fyny yng nghefn gwlad sir Feirionnydd rhwng yr 1960au a'r 1980au. Cyhoeddwyd yn wreiddiol yn Nhachwedd 2004.


Aderyn Brau

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Mae Aderyn Brau yn dilyn hanes Megan wrth iddi orfod symud o gefn gwlad i ddinas Abertawe, a'r problemau sy'n codi yn sgil hynny - newid ysgol, rhieni'n gwahanu, ardal anghyfarwydd. Ond yn raddol mae'n sylweddoli nad yw pethau'n wael i gyd wrth iddi baratoi ar gyfer eisteddfod yr ysgol, creu perthnasau newydd a datgelu cyfrinach mae ei mam wedi cadw oddi wrthi.


Wel Gymru Fach

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Nofel yn son am wrthdaro sy'n digwydd yng Nghymru heddiw - rhwng y de a'r gogledd, rhwng Saeson a Chymry - ond hefyd yn dangos sut y mae'r cymeriadau'n datrys y gwahaniaethau hyn ac yn cydweithio pan fo angen.


Ar Drywydd Llofrudd

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Nofel dditectif boblogaidd gyfoes a thywyll wedi ei lleoli yn Aberystwyth. Mae'n adleisio storiau dirgelwch a chyfresi teledu Scandi sy'n boblogaidd tu hwnt ar hyn o bryd. Ar ol i gorff gael ei ddarganfod yn y twyni mae ddau dditectif, Taliesin ac MJ, yn mynd ar drywydd y llofrudd.


Geiriadur Yr Academi

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This volume represents the most comprehensive English-Welsh dictionary ever compiled. It opens up the immense resources of a language which not only carries a rich cultural heritage but is changing and adapting to meet increasing use in public administration, the media, education and commercial life. This dictionary is indispensable for learners and first-language speakers of Welsh alike and should find a place in homes, schools and offices throughout Wales; also in libraries and universities world-wide.


The British National Bibliography

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Waldo

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Ghost City

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It could be any city. It just happens to be ours. Twenty four hours. Twenty four lives. Each linked in a way that no-one can predict.


Eryri Parc Dan Bwysau

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Created in 1951, the Snowdonia National Park is a landscape of rugged grandeur, great natural diversity and cultural associations going back thousands of years. The vision of its founders was that this very special region should be protected from harmful development for all time. From the beginning, however, there were problems... Out of these difficulties grew the idea of an independent society dedicated to conserving and enhancing the landscape. Today the Snowdonia Society has a membership of over 2,500 and has a close working relationship with both the Snowdonia National Park Authority and the Council for National Parks. This lively narrative chronicles the story of the Snowdonia Society - its successes and failures, its internal conflict and the personalities involved - as well as discussing the wider issues which have affected this unique landscape over the last forty years. This lavishly illustrated book will appeal to anyone who loves the rugged landscape of Snowdonia. Foreword by Chris Bonington.