By Ross Bartlett
This is the story of Ross Bartlett's incredible psychic talent and his 'fast-track' progression as a medium - from his first prophetic vision at the tender age of five to becoming the youngest professional medium in the world at the age of 16. Ross is rapidly gaining a reputation for being one of the most evidential mediums around. He is known for his ability to give precise details of the spirits who contact him from the next life, proving beyond doubt their authenticity. This rare skill has enabled him to give messages of hope and comfort to thousands of people who have lost loved ones and his exceptional talent has generated enthusiastic media attention. Whether giving one-to-one readings or demonstrating in front of large audiences, Ross delivers the right messages to the right people with a clarity and sensitivity unusual for one so young.
Earth In Danger: Habitat Destruction
A series of non-fiction books for reluctant readers that reflect the current concerns over environmental and ecological issues. This title explains simply the science behind what can be a very confusing subject. With an emphasis on the practical ways readers can help, such as choosing sustainable food sources and not overusing water, it works as both a nonfiction reader, and a reference resource. Inside this book: what habitats are in danger; what has changed to cause a problem; harmful effects of mining, pollution, farming, destruction of the rain forests; why the rain forest is so important to Earth's climate; what climate change means; sustainable farming and how to create an artificial coral reef.
Earth Then & Now (PB)
By Fred Pearce
Earth Then and Now records the dramatic way in which our planet has changed in just the past one hundred years. It draws on the combined photographic archives of print, picture, and space agencies to create a powerful collection of images. Each pair of photographs has been selected to tell a compelling story - of a melting glacier, an expanding desert, an ever-rising cityscape or a natural disaster - presenting a stark visual comparison. On one page, we are shown a part of the world as it was, five, ten, twenty, fifty or even more than one hundred years ago. On the facing page, we have the same place as it looks today. Concise captions explain the facts and then leave us to draw our own conclusions about the Earth Then and Now and about the Earth to come.
Easy Crochet: Vintage and Retro
The Easy Crochet series features six new project collections, so you can find a great project, whatever style you're looking for. Each book features a range of patterns to make for the home, to wear or to give, so you will find plenty of projects for a whole range of needs. Whether you're reviving your love of crochet or you've just discovered this restful and soothing pastime, there is an Easy Crochet book for you, and with every project tried and tested, and each technique fully explained, they're perfect for both beginners and experienced crocheters.Revive the groovy patterns and styles of yesterday with this collection of designs for colourful folky pieces that will work as stylish statements in the home and in your wardrobe. Create a selection of beautiful crochet blankets for an easy way of introducing the vintage look, or reinvent a plain dress or top with a beautiful scalloped collar... or try one of the many more patterns available!
Easy Cupcakes by Colour
Pink, white, yellow, blue, green or chocolate - choose the colour that suits your taste, your theme or your china - and then charm and delight your friends with these divine little cakes. Quirky and witty and incredibly simple, you can make a selection for a birthday party or arrange them in tiers for a stunning cake for a wedding or other celebration.
Easy Eco Auditing
By Donnachadh Mccarthy
This book provides a step-by-step guide to going green by the UK's leading eco auditor. It explains why going green matters and how to get started, including tips on identifying and overcoming bad habits and coping with feeling overwhelmed. The book breaks eco living down into easily managed chunks including how to change your water usage habits, how to saying goodbye to your rubbish mountain, what you can do to help save and protect your natural environment, green cleaning principles and how to motivate your family, friends and colleagues. With advice on principles to follow both at home and at work and featuring real life examples of the people and businesses Donnachadh has eco-audited, this is the one-stop eco guide everyone must own.
Easy GI Diet
By Helen Foster
Did you know that high-GI diets, while sounding healthy, can actually increase your risk of heart problems, diabetes, weight gain and possibly even some cancers? Easy GI Diet focuses on the healthy low-GI foods which give you more energy, keep hunger at bay and protect against heart disease and diabetes. Inside there are four great diet plans to choose from:the Genius weight-loss plan;the Vegetarian weight-loss plan;the energy-boosting Galvanizer plan;the GI for Life plan to maintain your new-found figure;Packed with expert information on what low-GI means and how it can help, as well as the at-a-glance GI ratings chart with over 600 entries to help you choose the right foods for you, this easy-to-follow guide contains everything you need for a new, healthier low-GI lifestyle.
By Maryanne Madden
Are you always trying to think of new ways to prepare simple, speedy meals? Then look no further than a halogen oven. Halogens are super convenient, compact appliances that can be kept on your kitchen counter. They heat with a combination of infra red and convection to cook food 40% faster than conventional ovens. And with racks to layer your food and dials for temperature control, a whole meal can be produced from just one appliance. This book provides an inspiring introduction to halogen cooking, with delicious yet easy recipes to make meal times really special. Having limited preparation time need never mean turning to unhealthy convenience foods again!
There is a general view that Japanese food is difficult to make and requires hard-to-find ingredients. Easy Japanese shows that just the opposite is true. The simple and elegant dishes in this book can easily be made at home using ingredients found in most supermarkets. There are delicious little starters (for many people the pinnacle of Japanese cuisine), plus main dishes made from poultry, seafood, beef, pork, noodles and vegetables. Also included is a useful illustrated glossary of Japanese ingredients.
Fresh and full of flavour, Mexican food has seen a surge in popularity in recent years. Taking you beyond ready-made kits and sauces, Easy Mexican is a collection of simple, fuss-free recipes that will allow you to capture all the spicy, punchy and authentic flavours of Mexico in your own kitchen.
Eat Drink Shine
By Jill Emich, Jessica Emich, Jennifer Emich, Jill Emich
The 100-plus mouth-watering dishes are organised by the effect that food has on your body: recipes for energy and vitality (Raw Cacao and Avocado Pudding), for a healthy libido (Nourishing Grass-fed Bone Broth), to improve digestion (Beet Hummus with Gluten-free Flat Bread), to maintain desired weight and radiant skin (Squash and Sweet Potato Soup with a Walnut Cilantro Pesto) and to elevate the mood and spirit (Braised Lamb with Arugula Pesto). More than a cookbook, Eat. Drink. Shine. includes nutritionally inspired comfort food, healthy living tips, child-friendly recipes and advice for families living balanced lifestyles.