The latest offering features roughly 100 pictures which are shown in a larger size than ever before.
Each is accompanied by a detailed caption, referring to the date and location and also identifying any friendly faces in shot.
Willie said: “I’ve found people like the bigger pictures better because they can get a good look at them and pick people out better.
“It’s a continuation from the other books, showing events and places in the town and explaining a bit about the changes since.”
You can get your copy from R. A. Cant and Son or G. Miller and Son on Main Street, priced at £6.50.
Meanwhile, another of Willie’s publications, released two week ago, has gone down well in Banton.
It briefly charts the village’s past, and details Banton and Kelvinhead Bowling Club’s history.
Immediate past-president William Walsh said: “We wanted something new members can read to learn about our past.”
Get your copy from the village shop or the club itself, priced at £6.