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by Robert Arp
by Simon;Calder, Jill Holland
Explore the world by looking not only at borders, mountains, rivers, seas and oceans, but by discovering the natural wonders of the world, historical artefacts, amazing animals, fascinating cultures and much much more.<br>With stunning ...
The Inside Story of the NSA in Australia
by David Rosenberg
<DIV>In 1966, Australia and the US signed a treaty that allowed the establishment of a jointly run satellite tracking station, just south of Alice Springs. For more than fifty years it has operated in a shroud of secrecy and been the target of ...
Managing Retirement Finances
by Patrick Grant
<p>A Straightforward Guide to Planning for Retirement demonstrates clearly how those of retirement age and beyond can maximize their income and so enjoy their retirement. Whilst it has always been important to plan for retirement, it is now moreeBook
Now in its 7th Edition, <i>Atlas</i> is both appealing and affordable, providing a fascinating insight into the world in which we live. Featuring DK's outstanding cartography and design, this new edition has been updated to reflect recent ...
by Woods Hutchinson
Get a fascinating first-hand glimpse of the burgeoning fields of epidemiology and pathology in the early twentieth century with Preventable Diseases, written by accomplished English physician Woods Hutchinson. From headaches to cancer, the ...eBook
Helping You to Understand and Cope With Your Teenage Daughter
by Mary Ph D Pipher
<p>Why are adolescent girls prone to depression, eating disorders, addictions and suicide attempts than ever before? Mary Pipher believes adolescence is an especially precarious time for girls, a time when the fearless, outgoing child is ...eBook
by Dave Shapiro
<p>Risk has been published since 1957 and is one of the most commercially successful games ever produced. For the first time, there is an opportunity to learn about the 60 plus published versions of the game and the history Risk. It is an ...eBook
by C. Alan Jennings PRP
<b>Your no-nonsense guide to making sense of Robert's Rules</b> <p>The classic <i>Robert's Rules of Order</i> has a proven track record of helping membership groups apply codes of conduct to serve as a parliamentary authority within a given ...
by Daniel Honemann
Geology for Kids - Minerology and Sedimentology
by Baby Professor
Those stones you see might be an important mineral that the Earth creates. This book will open your child’s minds to the importance of the rocks and minerals you can dig up. It is a very informative book that is complete with images and just theeBook
Discover the fascinating origins and meanings of over 2,000 signs and symbols from mythology and religion to astrology and ancient tribes in this comprehensive guide.<BR><BR>For centuries, symbols have been imperative throughout the world, ...
Wonders Of The World for Kids 6Th Grade Books
by Baby Professor
Who says geography is difficult to learn? This amazing book will teach you otherwise! Picture books like this one lets the pictures tell most the story. You don't have to read a lot of text; yet, you understand the information presented well ...eBook
by Joan Arakkal
When Dr Joan Arakkal chooses to specialise in orthopaedics while training in India, a field traditionally occupied by men, she slots into the world of bones with relative ease. But when her career takes her to the UK, and then Australia, she ...
Packed with beautifully designed and detailed maps, this world atlas is the perfect companion for geography students.<BR><BR>First published in 1988 and now in its 9th edition, <i>Student World Atlas</i> has been <BR>fully revised and updated. ...
A Food Lover's Guide to the Origins of Culinary Words and Phrases
by Robert Hendrickson
<p>Food is a favorite topic of conversation around the world-how to create it, how to season it, how to compliment it with other foods, how to serve it...the list goes on. Yet little attention is paid to where the names of food actually come ...eBook
by Gideon Haigh
Nine? Eleven? Bah! Bosh! Give us tens, and in plenty! At last, a book that has never before existed, by the only author to have written it. Gideon Haigh's <i>The Tencyclopedia</i>-a tribute to the thrall of the decimal.<BR><BR>Here, grouped as ...
Authorship, Agency, and Technology in Wikipedia and Chambers's Cyclopædia
by Krista Kennedy & Thomas W. Benson
<p>Wikipedia is arguably the most famous collaboratively written text of our time, but few know that nearly three hundred years ago Ephraim Chambers proposed an encyclopedia written by a wide range of contributors—from illiterate craftspeople toeBook