129 books (7 pages) in this category
by Monks of New Skete
Word Craft for Fast Times
by Roy Peter Clark
by Caroline Taggart
<DIV>A<I> Sunday Times </I>top-ten title in 2008 and a bestseller ever since, <I>I Used to Know That</I> has continued to delight readers with its pages of forgotten facts from our school days. Now available in paperback, ...
How to Be Your Own Private Investigator
by Daniel Ribacoff,Dina Santorelli
Have you ever wanted to be your own private eye? Have you ever wanted to track down long-lost relatives or people who’ve scammed you? Have you ever wanted to know if your kids really are where they say they are? Or if your significant other is ...
Leonardo: the Artist, the Genius, the Legend
by Justin Smith
• Concise, expertly curated content on today’s most intriguing topics. • Bold, full-colour pages, including sidebars, callouts, top 10 lists, timelines, infographics and maps. • Provocative, dynamic content. ...
Ally or Enemy? Persian Empire, Pariah State, Nuclear Partner
by Lightning Guides
"Iran: America's Enemy, America's Ally explores the long and complicated history between Iran and the United States, starting with the Pahlavi Shahs and exploring the cultural, economic, and religious contexts for Iran's geopolitical power. ...
A Book About Fonts
by Simon Garfield
'A quirky and informative study of fonts' Anthony Horowitz, Sunday Telegraph ...
by S.K. Cooper
The leaders that are remembered by history both define the world they live in and change that world forever. Whether their leadership is inspirational, innovative, decisive or ultimately destructive, we have a lot to learn from the lives and ...
America and Its Institutions in the Twenty-First Century
by Roger Kimball
by Kindersley Dorling
From Fitzgerald's <i>The Great Gatsby</i> to Shelley's <i>Frankenstein</i>,<i> The Literature Book</i> documents the greatest literature ever written. <BR>Featuring over 100 best-selling books, plays and poetry from all over the world, including
A Little Learning for All the Family
by Jonathan Green
Relive your schooldays and swot up on the topics kids are learning with this enjoyable, easy-reading revision guide for adults ...
by Kim Brophey
<DIV><P>Every dog owner knows that having a canine companion is one of the most fulfilling experiences a human can have. They also know that when a dog is having behaviour problems, it can be stressful, frustrating, and even heartbreaking. Enter
by Jason MacLeod
West Papua is a secret story. On the western half of the island of New Guinea, hidden from the world, in a place occupied by the Indonesian military since 1963, continues a remarkable nonviolent struggle for national liberation. In ...
by Keri Smith
In <i>Mess</i>, Keri Smith, creator of <i>Wreck This Journal</i>, asks readers to explore what it feels like to throw themselves off balance -- on purpose. Smith dares readers to drop some kind of coloured liquid (ink, tea, coffee) onto a page
by Stanley Newman
With more than 1,300,000 answers, this volume contains more than twice as many words as any other crossword dictionary. Meticulously compiled by two crossword professionals with a combined fifty years in the field and based on a massive analysis
by MONGA SUNJOY
Unmasking Three Generations of Madmen
by Lightning Guides
"North Korea: Unmasking Three Generations of Mad Men explores the mysterious legacy of the Kim family. From the annexation of Korea by Japan to the painful separation of North and South Korea following WWII, to the cult of personality created by
Discover the Beauty of Our Underwater World
by Daniel Gilpin
Discover the secrets of the Oceans in this fascinating reference book written by Daniel Gilpin. Learn all about an amazing array of marine life, from shallow-water creatures to deep-sea predators. ...
by Strathern;J, Stewart Pamela Andrew
Revenge in response to violence risks the escalation of conflict. Andrew Strathern and Pamela J. Stewart argue that in communities where violence must instead be paid for through compensation, violent must instead be paid for through ...