1119 books (56 pages) in this category
by Michaela Launerts
#GIRLCODE speaks to little Miss Millennials everywhere - the switched on social media generation who are lacking essential social skills for the real world. Helping develop the confidence needed to become the best version of yourself, this book ...
by Michaela Launerts
#GUYCODE speaks to Mr Millennials everywhere - the switched on social media generation who are lacking essential social skills for the real world. Helping develop the confidence needed to become the best version of yourself, this book enables ...
Conspiracies, mysteries and unsolved crimes
by Daniel Smith
The Women Who Changed the Way We Look
by Blanchard Tamsin
World of War
by Paul Cornish
The Hidden Forces Behind the Obesity Epidemic and How We Can End It
by Deborah Cohen
The World's Oldest Prejudice
by Jack Holland
by Richard Fidler
Conversations with Richard Fidler draws you deeper into the life story of someone you may, or may not, have heard about – someone who has seen and done amazing things. This CD features six interviews from the program: Rosemary Stanton is a ...Audio Book
by Thomas Leitch
The most comprehensive volume ever published on Alfred Hitchcock, covering his career and legacy as well as the broader cultural and intellectual contexts of his work. <ul type="disc"> <li>Contains thirty chapters by the leading Hitchcock ...
Ingredients and culture
by Richard Hoskings
<p>For everyone interested in Japanese cuisine, from those encountering it for the first time to those who have eaten and perhaps misunderstood it for years. A Dictionary of Japanese Food will prove an invaluable reference source.
by Janice A. Radway
Amazing Stories of Women in Space
by Libby Jackson
<b>From small steps to giant leaps</b>, <i>A Galaxy of Her Own </i>tells fifty stories of inspirational women who have been fundamental to the story of humans in space, from scientists to astronauts to some surprising roles in ...
by Nancy R. Reagin
by Tallulah Pomeroy
When artist Tallulah Pomeroy asked people to anonymously submit anecdotes about the weird, unruly things they did with their bodies, she was inundated. From tampons and trapped wind to ear wax and pubes, stories flowed in from a community of ...
Taking control of our inevitable journey through ageing and death
by Ken Hillman
A professor of intensive care asks why so many elderly people linger in pain and confusion in ICU when all they want is to die at home in peace and with their loved ones. A crucial and timely rallying cry against unnecessary suffering and for ...
by Helena Morrissey
From the founder of the worldwide 30% Club campaign comes a career book for women in a transforming world who don't just want to lean in, but instead, shatter the paradigm as we know it.‘I absolutely love her, I think she's such a force ...
by Martin Goodman
Judaism is by some distance the oldest of the three Abrahamic religions and, despite the extraordinarily varied forms it has taken and diverse beliefs it has contained over three millennia, it has been generally understood by both Jews and ...
The Mysteries of Loch Ness
by Gareth Williams
The Social Dimensions of Homeownership
by Kim R. Manturuk
Since the onset of the mortgage lending crisis and the subsequent Great Recession, there has been ongoing debate about the economic benefits of homeownership. Some say homeownership remains an important contributor to wealth creation, while ...