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  • Made at Home: Breads

    By Dick Strawbridge, James Strawbridge
    Authors:
    Dick Strawbridge, James Strawbridge
    As featured in The Independent, Dick and James Strawbridge, presenters of the popular ITV programme Saturday Farm, have shown you how to grow, harvest, preserve, cook and make the most of seasonal produce. Breads expands their series of books and is packed with expert advice and tips for creating delicious handcrafted foods as well as recipes for truly mouth-watering and memorable meals, because ultimately it's all about the eating! This is a very timely book as many people are returning back to the traditional ways of living and self-sufficiency. Whether you are a city-dweller or country lover, it's easy to have a go at the Good Life.Made at Home: Breads. There's nothing like a fresh loaf, warm from the oven - and with this new title baking has never been so simple. Breads shows you how to make your own sourdough, yeast, quick and unleavened breads for every occasion. Dick and James Strawbridge are experts at showing you how to transform fresh produce into delicious handcrafted food and drink for enjoying and sharing any time of year. This practical guide to baking is packed full of delicious recipes and detailed step-by-step instructions, as well as expert hints and tips straight from the authors kitchen.

    Makery

    By Kate Smith
    Authors:
    Kate Smith

    The Alternative Guide To Baby Names

    By Cara Frost-Sharratt
    Authors:
    Cara Frost-Sharratt
    Guarantee your kid stands out from the crowd with this vast selection of hip, edgy and occasionally outrageous baby names. The Alternative Guide to Baby Names goes beyond the pedestrian suggestions of the traditional baby name book, featuring boys' names like Draven, Legion, Skylar and Snake, and quirky girls' names such as Harper, Nori, Eyre and Effie. Taking inspiration from celebrities, fictional characters, the music industry and place names, this book will provide you with hundreds of ideas and hours of fun.
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    Your Baby's First Year

    By Richard C. Woolfson, Anne Richley, Dr Lowri Kew
    Authors:
    Richard C. Woolfson, Anne Richley, Dr Lowri Kew
    The first year is an exciting period of enormous change for your baby and a life-changing experience for new parents too. Produced in association with Practical Parenting magazine, this authoritative guide tells you what developments to expect month-by-month.Practical guidance, with step-by-step photography, shows you how to care for your new baby, taking you through all the basics, from handling and dressing to bathing and breastfeeding. The book includes helpful questions and answers and the reassuring real-life experiences of Practical Parenting readers.
  • GI Basics

    By Helen Foster
    Authors:
    Helen Foster
    It's a fact that eating carbs that score low on the glycaemic index (GI) will make you lose weight and gain energy. This book provides you with all the basic information you need to know about the glycaemic index, as well as an easy-to-follow diet plan, complete with delicious low GI recipes for each day of the week, which will help you stay fit and healthy without having to go hungry. With GI ratings for over 300 everyday foods to maximise your choices, GI Basics is all you need to get you started on a low GI diet.
  • Potty Training

    By Dr Jane Gilbert, Jane Gilbert
    Authors:
    Dr Jane Gilbert, Jane Gilbert
    Abandoning nappies is a major developmental milestone but toilet training cannot be forced or hurried, especially if a child is not ready. This book will help you decide the right time to begin and offers tried-and-tested practical suggestions for successful potty training. Typical problems such as late-starters, fear of the toilet, bedwetting and relapses are all covered, alongside expert tips, checklists and real-life anecdotes. Also included is a question and answer section addressing common concerns and how to avoid the ten most common mistakes that parents make.
  • Make Your Own Cards

    From simple cut-outs to 3-D pop-ups, designing and making your own stunningly original cards has never been easier, or more enjoyable! Choose from 24 fabulous, fun and innovative projects, all covering a huge range of occasions, such as Christmas, birthdays, weddings and Valentine's Day. Learn quick and easy techniques from embossing and collage to copying on acetate, or add sparkle with diamanté and jewellery wire.

    Yummy Baby

    By Jane Clarke
    Authors:
    Jane Clarke
    Yummy Baby! takes parents through all the stages of early life, from milk through weaning to feeding a toddler. Along the way it addresses parents' key concerns, including allergies, organic, E numbers, sugar and salt. Jane cuts through the myths by revealing what you do need to worry about and stressing what you don't. Yummy Baby! comprises chapters on milk, the nutritional principles of weaning, practical information on how to wean and solving everyday problems and illnesses with food. Jane includes 60 recipes for dishes that can be eaten as part of an adult meal as well as by babies and toddlers. And she shows parents how to cure everyday problems such as coughs and colds, an upset tummy or constipation, with food, making this the only food book that parents of babies and toddlers need!

    Pilates for Pregnancy

    By Jan Endacott
    Authors:
    Jan Endacott
    Keep healthy, toned and comfortable throughout your pregnancy with these safe and gentle exercises to suit your changing shape. Clear step-by-step instructions and gentle hints will take you through the basics and exercises for every stage. Also included are at-a-glance workouts, breathing techniques and an easy-to-follow postnatal exercise plan to help you regain your figure quickly after the birth.

    Pilates for Men

    By Alan Herdman
    Authors:
    Alan Herdman
    Although Pilates has recently become extremely popular, there are few books aimed specifically at men. This book teaches you how to get the most from Pilates by allowing you to structure and pace your own workout. As you progress you can choose from basic, intermediate and advanced workouts, and select exercises according to your sport to develop specific strength in different muscle groups. Pilates for Men also gives advice on how to improve your posture and to avoid aches and pains, and includes a lifestyle section to help you feel good, both mentally and spiritually.

    Beading For Beginners

    By Lucinda Ganderton
    Authors:
    Lucinda Ganderton
  • The Craft Library: Knitted Toys

    By Zoe Mellor
    Authors:
    Zoe Mellor
    This book covers everything from a cute chick and a stripy snake to colourful mice and a patchwork tortoise - 25 unique designs for adorable toys for newborns to teens. It includes a great range of 25 toys from a fairy doll to a shiny robot, with ideas for adding fabric and felt accents to produce truly unique creations. Projects are graded for complexity to cater for every level of knitter with step-by-step instructions on knitting and finishing techniques.

    Bring Out the Genius in Your Child

    By Ken Adams
    Authors:
    Ken Adams
    Give children the best possible start with successful techniques to aid their ability to speak, count, write, solve problems and progress well at school. Let educational expert Ken Adams teach you how to support your child's learning with practical exercises, fun activities and ideas for interactive play. By understanding how babies and children learn, this book shows you how to motivate and improve school performance up to 11 years old.