179 books (9 pages) in this category
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 Men's Health Editors
Based on the wildly popular monthly feature, Uncommon Knowledge, in Men's Health magazine, this book is the ultimate reference guide for the man who wants to know how to do everything better. It's a treasure trove of tips, advice, ...
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 Caroline Taggart
<DIV><P><B>Misadventures in the English Language </B>looks at some of the controversial aspects of English usage – grammar, vocabulary and punctuation – and tries to assess what matters and what doesn’t.</P><P>It also considers
by Katie Martin
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by MONGA SUNJOY
War and Survival in South Sudan
by Nick Turse
<div>In fast-paced and dramatic fashion, Turse reveals the harsh reality of modern warfare in the developing world.</div> ...
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
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 ...
<b>Of all the decisions a new parent makes, choosing that special name is the most significant, and the most rewarding.</b> This clear, helpful and easy-to-use A - Z guide will give you thousands of brilliant suggestions for picking the ...
by Mike Clugston
<i>The Penguin Dictionary of Science </i>covers all the important topics in this key subject area including chemistry, physics, molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, human anatomy and physiology, mathematics, astronomy and
by Sandra E. Lamb
Do you dread writing notes to say Thank you, I'm sorry, or Congratulations? When's the last time you sent a handwritten letter to a faraway friend, just to catch up? What should you write to a grieving friend or colleague? How do you let
by Kindersley Dorling
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A unique and comprehensive overview and analysis of picture prices at auction in the UK*Lists over 3,400 images and when and where they were soldThe pursuit of both the pleasure and investment potential inherent in the ownership of many pictures
by The Puzzle Society
<DIV><P>It's a no-brainer! Find out the way you think and then you can do something about it. Work the left-brain puzzles for brain training if you're a right-brain person and work the right brain puzzles just for fun; left-brainers ...
by The Economist
The 2018 edition of this annual bestseller, featuring fascinating facts and figures about the world we live in. ...
Essential Tips and Shortcuts (That No One Bothers to Tell You) for Simplifying the Technology in Your Life
by David Pogue
Did you know that you can dry out your wet cell phone by putting its parts in separate bowls of uncooked rice? That you can scroll through a website using only your spacebar? That if you type your airline and flight number in to Google, it tells
by David Pogue
Did you know that you can use the indented rings on a red plastic cup as measurements for 1, 5, and 12 ounces, the standard serving sizes for liquor, wine, and beer? That a Chinese food box is designed to unfold flat and form a plate? When you ...
Jefferson to Obama
by Lightning Guides
"Presidential Scandals: Jefferson to Obama explores the interior lives of America's leading men. From Grant to Nixon, Reagan to Clinton, Presidential Scandals, takes its reader through over 100 years of unexplored American history, uncovering ...
by Joseph Rotblat And Ikeda Daisaku