By The Australian Women's Weekly
All kids love any chance to get in the kitchen, especially to bake something yummy. Kids' Baking is all about short, simple, easy-to-read recipes and lots of kid-friendly fun that your child will love. Cupcakes, birthday cakes, cake pops and delicious lunch box slices.... This book will bring a smile to any child's face.
Recipes from around the World
By The Australian Women's Weekly
Now that we can buy authentic cooking ingredients from anywhere around the worldin our local supermarkets, our kitchens have become centres of international cuisine.World Kitchen presents an extraordinary collection of the best and most popularrecipes from Greece, Spain, Italy, France, Japan and Morocco. Learn how to prepare fabulous tapas dishes from Spain, mesmerizing mezze from Greece and stunning sushi from Japan - every one deliciously tasty and easy to make in your own kitchen.
Cricket's Greatest Rivalry
By Simon Hughes
Award-winning author Simon Hughes brings to life the history of the Ashes through 10 of the most iconic matches in the fixture's 135-year history. With an innovative and distinctive approach Hughes selects each match as a narrative spine packed with thrillingly evocative detail, alongside the issues, controversies, heroes and villains of each match.With both fascinating analysis of ten unforgettable Test matches and fast-paced history of cricket's fiercest rivalry, this is the perfect way for cricket lovers, both English and Australian, to prepare for the ten-match feast of Ashes cricket that begins in Nottingham in July 2013 and ends in Sydney in January 2014.It includes complete statistics and records of all the Ashes fixtures and results.
Around the World in 120 Recipes
By Allegra McEvedy
Carted around countries as a child with her historian father, Allegra McEvedy was encouraged to keep a diary, but it was clear before the age of ten that her daily descriptions contained only passing references to the cornucopia of culture she'd seen that day. Writing instead about the aspect of the holiday that interested her, she became fascinated by all the new foods she was seeing and eating. Years went by and what were once just diaries became her Food Diaries, a travelling chef's notes of ingredients, dishes and all things cooking-related that made her eyes shine with excitement.Around the World in 120 Recipes is a cookbook like no other. Full of recipes for Allegra's favourite meals eaten over nearly a quarter of a century of travelling, tasting and scribbling, this is a first-hand experience of the dishes she has enjoyed all over the world ?- from West Coast Ricotta Cake in San Francisco to Seafood Stew in Salvador, Slow-cooked Lamb in Marrakech to Artichokes with Polenta in Milan.
This is the only book you need to create an astonishing array of chocolatey treats. Sections are devoted to cakes and bakes, cookies, desserts, hot puddings, sweet treats and drinks with recipes including Chocolate Truffle Cake, Chocolate and Chestnut Roulade and Chocolate Gingernut Mousse.Bursting with fabulous, mouthwatering and wickedly decadent treats, Chocolate is a bumper collection of tried and tested classics and new ideas that are sure to become popular in every chocoholic's repertoire. If you love chocolate you will love this book.
This fantastic collection of over 100 cakes is indispensable for anyone with a sweet tooth. Recipes include Pear, Cardamon and Sultana Cake, and Chilli and Pineapple Torte as well as classics such as Victoria Sandwich and Old Fashioned Coffee Cake. Cake is separated into Classic Cakes, Fruit and Nut, Chocolate and Coffee, Special Occasions and Small Cakes, giving ideas for cut and keep cakes to welcome the arrival of last minute visitors, celebratory spectaculars and little everyday teatime treats.In addition to all this, Cake is packed with tried and tested hints and tips, troubleshooting and helpful advice to give you perfect results every time. With a fresh design and mouthwatering photography, Cake will become an instant classic, containing everything you need to know for baking success.
The Telegraph Sujiko Volume 1
By THE TELEGRAPH
Sujiko adds another layer to the popular Sudoku puzzle, with a standard 3 x 3 grid, that also includes 4 circles, each containing the sum of their surrounding squares. This innovative brainteaser is exclusive to the Telegraph and is published as a collection for the first time in this bumper book of over 300 puzzles.
The Telegraph Killer Sudoku 1
By Daily Telegraph
Prepare yourself to take on the challenge that is Telgraph Killer Sudoku 1. The ultimate test of logic, these demanding puzzles will put your mind through its paces. 200 killer sudoku grids allow you to hone your puzzling skills on your commute, during your leisure time or whenever you have a spare minute!
The Barking Blondes
By Anna Webb, Jo Good
When Jo saw Anna feeding Molly meatballs from her bra, she knew that here was awoman after her own heart. What she couldn't know was that this was the start of afriendship that would take them both on an incredible and bizarre journey.From nearly drowning in swimming pools during filming to tearing around Parisin search of Rin Tin Tin's grave, the more the dog world opened up to them, themore convinced they became, like Bardot and Mae West before them, that man isnot necessarily a girl's best friend.This is a hilarious, touching tale of how two women's lives were transformed bytheir pets.
The Daily Mail: Mail on Sunday Prize Crosswords 2
By Daily Mail
Another compilation of general knowledge crosswords from your favouriteSunday newspaper! With over 100 more puzzles with questions on a myriad ofsubjects, there is plenty here to flex your memory muscles and keep youentertained for hours. From classical music to the latest films, Mail on Sunday PrizeCrossword Volume 2 is perfect for quiz fans and puzzle lovers alike.
The Mail on Sunday: Book of Super Sudoku Puzzles 6
By Daily Mail
A new compilation of demanding brainteasers from the ever-popular archives of the Mail on Sunday. Super Sudoku ups the ante of the perennially popular game with a massive 16 3 x 4 grids in each puzzle. Challenge, frustrate and hone your grey matter whether at home, on your daily commute, or whiling away any spare minutes throughout the day.
Made at Home: Cheese & Dairy
By Dick Strawbridge, James Strawbridge
Cheese & Dairy shows you how to make fresh butters, yogurts and cheeses - from fresh, soft and hard to flavoured and blue - with plenty of recipes for milk and cream too. Dick and James Strawbridge show you how to transform fresh produce into delicious handcrafted food and drink for enjoying and sharing any time of year. With clear demonstrations of key methods and fantastic recipes to taste, everything you need is here.
Pitt Cue Co. - The Cookbook
By Tom Adams, Jamie Berger, Simon Anderson, Richard H. Turner
With great recipes for meats, sauces and rubs mixed with ideas for pickles, slaws, puddings and cocktails, plus features on meats, equipment and methods, the Pitt Cue Co. Cookbook is your guide to enjoying the best hot, smoky, sticky, spicy grub all year round.From Pitt Cue's legendary Pickle backs and bourbon cocktails, to their acclaimed Pulled pork shoulder; Burnt ends mash; Smoked ox cheek toasts with pickled walnuts; Lamb rib with molasses mop and onion salad; Chipotle & confit garlic slaw; Crispy pickled shiitake mushrooms; Toffee apple grunt; Sticky bourbon & cola pudding and so much more, it's all irresistibly delicious food to savour and share.
Philip's Student Atlas 2ED
Philip's Student Atlas has been specially created for lower-secondary geography students (11-14 year olds). It is ideal for work leading up to GCSE (England and Wales) and Standard Grade (Scotland): National Curriculum Key Stage 3.The maps have been carefully designed so they are uncluttered and easy to read, containing specially selected place names and detail. A clear set of symbols and scale information accompanies each map and there is a useful introductory section covering basic atlas skills, including aerial photographs and satellite images to further explain particular features on the maps.Fully up-to-date, the atlas comprises a 16-page UK and Ireland section and a 42-page World section. Detailed regional maps, charts and satellite images of Europe, Italy, the Middle East, China, Japan, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, USA, the Caribbean and Brazil are included, focusing on areas of special interest for students of geography, such as Japan's 2011 earthquake and tsunami, conservation in Kenya, and water supply in the USA.Philip's Student Atlas is ideal for special project work, featuring an informative section of world thematic maps on the environment, climate change, people, quality of life, and energy.Latitude and longitude co-ordinates are included in the index, alongside figure-letter references.
Fast And Furious
By Margaret Parrish
Discover the world's fastest cars, planes, superbikes and boats, now brought together in one fantastic book. These phenomenal machines are the best of their kind: the biggest, fastest, costliest, thirstiest and most outrageous vehicles on water, in the air and on the open road.With fantastic photography and brilliant eye-catching design, this series is a must-have for fact-hungry readers everywhere.
Favourite Classics: The Secret Garden
By Sasha Morton
Following the death of her parents, young Mary Lennox is sent to live with her uncle in Yorkshire, England. As she comes to terms with her new life she begins to uncover the secrets of the locked garden and the mysterious crying she can hear from the house.
Favourite Classics: A Little Princess
By Sasha Morton
Sara Crewe has it all: a loving and wealthy father and a happy existence at boarding school. But when her father dies leaving her penniless she is forced into servitude and hidden from the world. But then a friend of her father's comes searching for her: could there be a happy ending for Sara after all?
Favourite Classics: King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table
By Sasha Morton
From the moment young Arthur frees the sword from the stone, this book will enchant its readers. Follow Arthur as he ascends the throne, establishes his knights of the round table and sets off on his quest to find the Holy Grail. Beautiful watercolour illustrations and fabulous graphic typography bring this action-adventure story to life, making this a perfect introduction to the children's classic.
Favourite Classics: Treasure Island
By Sasha Morton
Who could resist this tale of pirates, betrayal and buried treasure? Join the young Jim Hawkins, and Long John Silver and Captain Flint as they sail the Caribbean on their search for gold, guided only by a long-forgotten map. Beautiful watercolour illustrations and fabulous graphic typography bring this action-adventure story to life, making this a perfect introduction to the children's classic.
Hamlyn QuickCook: Student
With its quick, easy, healthy and economical recipes, Quickcook:Student is the ideal book for novice cooks, young people living away from home and time-pressed students on a budget. This fantastic selection includes new twists and international flavours, such as Potato, cauliflower and spinach curry, Jalapeno turkey burgers and Teriyaki salmon noodles, as well as old favourites to re-create the flavours of home, like Creamy fish pie and Spaghetti and meatballs. If you're craving something sweet, why not whip up some Apricot and almond tartlets or Lemon popping candy cakes?With variations on each recipe you will find endless inspiration, both for entertaining your friends and for quick meals for one.