161 books (9 pages) in this category
by Mark Bolitho
Origami expert Mark Bolitho explains how to make perfectly formed origami objects, thematically linked to geometric shapes, that are pleasing to fold and make. ...
by Mark Bolitho
Origami expert Mark Bolitho explains how to make perfectly formed origami objects, thematically linked to gardens, that are pleasing to fold and make. ...
by John Burke
by Crystal Hede
The new Queensland Senior Physical Education syllabus affects all aspects of teaching and learning, featuring new teaching content, new course structure and a new approach to assessment.As EPAA Secondary Publisher of the Year 2017 and 2018, ...
by Rael Isacowitz
A Journey to the Heart of Scottish Golf
by Andrew Greig
And Other True Golf Stories
by Mike Clayton
<DIV><P>In <I><B>Preferred Lies</B></I>, veteran golf journalist Charles Happell and player and course architect Mike Clayton take you inside the ropes, drawing on their decades of experience in the game – from boarding Greg Norman’s
Legend, Culture, Passion
by Stefano D'Amico
<DIV><P>Beginning with the history of the Alfa Romeo company itself, this lavish book includes rare archival material, some published here for the first time, along with historical posters and advertisements for Alfa Romeo, many of which were ...
Accomplished sweepers & tricky wingers
by Aubrey Ganguly
<DIV>This is the story of football as it's never been told before. A cock-eyed compilation of match reports, correspondence, and reminiscences from pundits, commentators, players, officials and spectators who weren't there but should ...
Embarrassing shanks & outrageous slices
by Aubrey Ganguly
<DIV>This is the story of golf as its never been told before. A dog-legged compilation of sports reports, spoof correspondence and reminiscences from pros, caddies, playing partners and armchair pundits: Mary Queen of Scots cheers herself up at ...
Hapless hookers & useless flankers
by Iain Spragg
<DIV>A lot of rucking and mauling has gone on since William Webb Ellis first picked up the ball and ran, but this doughty little book heroically manages to capture the true essence of the daddy of all oval ball games in just 80 minutes. This is ...
by Tom Peacock
Remarkable Racecourses is a beautifully presented collection of the world's most striking racecourses. Lavish photographs and informative text show why each racecourse is unique, whether it's the oldest, longest, shortest, most southerly, most ...
How an overweight radio DJ got hooked on running marathons
by Dom Harvey
How an overweight radio DJ got running, got skinny, kept running, survived a life-threatening tumour and fell in love with running marathons. ...
by John Kretschmer
by Emiliano Marino
by Laura Hillenbrand
From the author of Unbroken – a major motion picture releasing in 2015 – this is the bestselling true story of three men and their dreams for a racehorse, Seabiscuit. In 1938 one figure received more press coverage than Mussolini, ...
by John Jamieson
by Sally Searle
Whether you're a professional dancer wanting to improve flexibility or a complete beginner, <i>Secrets of Pilates </i>offers a comprehensive introduction for anyone wanting to develop body strength, reduce stress levels and enhance both ...
by Jennie Bittleston
Whether you're a dedicated yogi looking to perfect your asanas at home or an absolute beginner, <i>Secrets of Yoga</i> brings you all the insight and information you need to get the most from your practise. ...
by Martina Navratilova