Black & White Photography
By Michael Freeman
Beautifully illustrated and far-reaching in scope, this guide is destined to be a standard reference for years to come. Alongside the work of author Michael Freeman, you'll find the classic photography of renowned black and white photographers such as Ansel Adams, Ian Berry, Bill Brandt, Edward Curtis, Brett Weston and Edward Weston.Freeman covers all aspects of black-and-white digital photography: the fine art tradition as well as the techniques. Learn how to see and expose in black and white, digitally convert colour to monochrome and develop a black and white digital workflow using the latest software.
Be a Unicorn
By Sarah Ford
Escape the real world and enter into the magical realm of unicorns with this little book of positivity. Illustrated with adorable, adorkable unicorns, each spread comes with a funny or inspiring quote reminding you to follow your dreams, and always think unicorn.Perfect for giving an inspiring boost to your day, or as a cheering gift for a friend who needs a little more unicorn in their life, this is a cute and covetable little book that is bound to spread smiles wherever it goes.
Berlin in Fifty Design Icons
By Sophie Lovell
In this series, the Design Museum looks at the fifty design icons of major cities around the world - icons that, when viewed together, inherently sum up the character of their city. Covering anything from buildings, monuments and iconic designers to a classic film or street sign, these books explore a tapestry of infamous designs, all with their own story to tell. One part design history, one part visual guidebook, this fascinating series unlocks the design stories of the biggest, most creative cities in the world.Berlin's turbulent history has led to a wealth of innovative, evocative design, from the TV Tower and Jewish Museum to the S-Bahn and even kebab kiosks. Uncover this history and explore the fifty design icons that have shaped this city. With stunning photography selected by the Design Museum, Berlin in Fifty Design Icons is the perfect gift for design enthusiasts and anyone who loves Berlin. Also available in the series: London in Fifty Design IconsNew York in Fifty Design IconsParis in Fifty Design Icons
Bone Daddies: The Cookbook
By Ross Shonhan, Tom Moxon
Without doubt, Bone Daddies is the coolest ramen bar in London: great music, a buzzing atmosphere and large bowls of steaming ramen. Now you can enjoy the ultimate comfort food at home with 100 recipes from this immensely popular restaurant, including snacks, ramen, buns and more.Discover the depths of flavour that ramen brings - from the rich broth and the delicious noodles to the assortment of toppings, including succulent chasu pork, pulled chicken and fried soft-shell crab. Enjoy classic Tonkotsu, Tomato & chorizo or the Prince of Darkness ramen. Snack on Tenderstem broccoli with yuzu kosho mayo, Salmon kara-age with chilli ponzu and Beef tataki with crispy kale & yuzu miso dressing. Top it all off with Green tea ice cream or a Salted sesame snap.Praise for Bone Daddies:'We ate, in truth, like rabid maniacs' - Grace Dent'A New York-inspired, butched-up ramen-ya with gutsy noodle soup dishes that don't skimp on flavour' - Time Out'If you worship ramen, then Bone Daddies will feed your yen. And if you're a first-timer, prepare for conversion' - Tom Parker Bowles
Being a Dog
By Karen Wild
Imagine yourself in the mind of your dog. How would you view the world, other dogs and other animals? How would you see yourself? What would make you happy, excited, fearful or angry?More than just a dog psychology book, this includes the latest scientific research accompanied by enlightening illustrations that give a unique insight into what it's like being a dog from the dog's perspective.CHAPTERS:1. Welcome to your doggy world2. How you see and smell the world3. Taste, touch and sound4. Stimuli and responses5. Puppyhood - Your growing pains6. Emotion, character and nurture7. You and other dogs8. Understanding humans9. The autumn years10. Problems you might face
Beasts of Tolkien: A Colouring Book
By Mauro Mazzara, Andrea Piparo
This intricately drawn adult colouring book dives into the depths of J.R.R. Tolkien's imagination, exploring the creatures that fly, crawl and stalk their way through his magnificent works. Bestiary of Tolkien features horses of Arda, winged Fire-drakes including Smaug the Golden, and of course the evil Gollum who finally meets his fateat Mount Doom after the deadly quest of The Lord of the Rings. Put your own imagination to good use and step away from the day-today with this enchanting colouring book which brings Tolkien's beasts to life. This book is unofficial and not authorised by the Tolkien Estate or HarperCollins Publishers.
The Botanical Wall Chart
By Anna Laurent
Botanical charts are experiencing a resurgence in interest, both as pieces of art and as objects of scientific and historical significance, and The Botanical Wall Chart documents this extraordinary convergence of disciplines that flourished in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. Europe was enjoying a golden age of botanical illustration, naturalists were exploring the globe, and there was a calamour for knowledge of the natural world. Intellectual curiosity was no longer limited to the few; education was now considered a right afforded to all, in classrooms across the continent. And thus the botanical wall chart was born, a synthesis of art, science and education. This collection of wall charts from all over the globe, each accompanied by text explaining its historical and botanical contexts, has been put together by botanist Anna Laurent, and will delight anyone with an interest in the natural world.
By Thiago Castanho, Luciana Bianchi
Brazil is a vast country with a cornucopia of fabulous ingredients and a wealth of ethnic culinary influences; the result is one of the most exciting cuisines in the world. In this ground-breaking book, acclaimed young chef Thiago Castanho and internationally respected food writer Luciana Bianchi explore the best of Brazilian food and its traditions with more than 100 recipes that you'll want to try at home - wherever you live.This book, now reissued as a stylish jacketed paperback, includes recipes from a team of celebrated 'guest chefs' from all over Brazil, including Roberta Sudbrack, Rodrigo Oliveira and Felipe Rameh. Chapters celebrate the best food that Brazil's diverse cuisine has to offer including Small Bites, Street Food, Fish & Seafood and Meat & Poultry for Fire & Grill. Shot on location in Brazil by Rogerio Voltan, the book is a visual as well as culinary feast.As host nation for the Olympics in 2016, Brazil is the focus of international attention, so now is the perfect time to discover its vibrant food culture and cook some of its gutsy, flavourful dishes at home.
The Bowler's Meatball Cookbook
By Jez Felwick
Meatballs are one of the hot new food trends - fabulous, friendly comfort food everyone will love - and Jez Felwick, aka The Bowler, is the hottest food merchant on the streets of London, renowned for his gourmet meatballs, fish balls and veg balls. In this revolutionary cookbook, Jez brings a magical combination of flavours from the street into your home. Containing recipes ranging from the perennially popular Great Balls of Fire - made with pork, beef, ricotta and chilli and served in a Spiced Red Onion and Tomato Sauce - to lightly scented Wasabi Salmon and Sesame fish balls with Citrus Ponzu Dressing. With more than 70 ballistic ideas including original sauces, sides and salads, each recipe packs a punch that'll make your taste buds sing.
Behind the Illusion
By Darcy Oake
Darcy, a thrilling Canadian illusionist, won the coveted People's Choice Award in Seattle and performed at the Magic Castle in Hollywood before he was legally of age. Aged 26, he dazzled the nation as a finalist on ITV's Britain's Got Talent and on ITV special Edge of Reality.In Behind the Illusion, magician Darcy Oake takes you through the nine traditionally accepted forms of magic. He reveals the origins and science behind various illusions, and explains why there is a difference between what the eye sees and what is actually happening on stage; as well as giving famous examples from history, and his own personal twists on them.
Brains Explains Quantum Physics
By Dr Ben Still
Quantum physics plays a big part in International Rescue's work helping people in distress all across the planet. It plays a big part in your life too... without it we would not have the silicon chip, the laser, computers, or mobile phones and worst of all no Thunderbirds! I have noticed that people find the subject hard to understand so I took it upon myself to pen this simple guide explaining the seemingly most complicated theories in astrophysics.Clearly illustrated and easy to follow, let me, Brains, explain the wonders of science!
By Warren Elsmore
Using LEGO® bricks, artist Warren Elsmore and friends create stunning transport scenes across the four categories of road, rail, water and air. From the steam locomotive to the high-speed train, and the penny farthing bicycle to the stylish scooter, these projects will inspire and inform readers of all ages while providing additional trivia about transportation innovation. Thanks to its versatility and adaptability, LEGO lends itself to vehicles of all kinds. Brick Wheels showcases over 60 vehicles from around the globe in LEGO brick form, and there are clear instructions for the smaller models so that you can replicate these in your own home.
How can you free yourself from niggling everyday worries? When your mind is distracted simply pick up this collection of 70 intricate designs inspired by India and the fabulous world of Bollywood and reach for your colouring pencils. There are absolutely no rules - you can choose any combination of colours you like. As you concentrate on the simple action of colouring in, you will find your mind clearing and stress disappearing. The sheets in this pad are all detachable, so you can display your favourite creations.
By Peter Walker
Being massaged makes babies relax and cope better with stress, improves their muscular coordination and flexibility and helps them straighten tightly flexed hands and legs. And who better to teach parents how to acquire these essential skills than Peter Walker, the world's best-known baby massage teacher. In this fully revised edition of his best-selling guide, he demonstrates vital new sequences essential for very young babies, which can be done while a baby is clothed.
Birds & Butterflies
By Alice Chadwick
Choose your colours, unleash your creativity and lose yourself in a wonderful coloured universe. As you focus on colouring in and forget the stresses of everyday life, you'll find calm returning.
The Bee Keeper's Problem Solver
By James E. Tew
With the rise in popularity of beekeeping, it's more important than ever that new starters and even seasoned beekeepers are able to solve their bee problems. The Bee Keeper's Problem Solver provides the information you need to handle problems without stress, and even avoid them to begin with. It contains 100 common problems faced by bee keepers, explaining what the cause is and how to manage it. Each one is tackled in depth, with full-colour photographs and diagrams, as well as a wide range of practical tips and useful insights. Whether you're just starting out and deciding where would make the best apiary site and what equipment you will need, or figuring out how to produce good honey and treating pests and diseases - this book holds the answer to your questions and problems.
A Bird in the Hand
By Diana Henry
Diana Henry named Best Cookery Writer at Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards 2015Winner - James Beard Award: Best Book, Single Subject The Guild of Food Writers named Diana Henry as Cookery Journalist of the Year 2015Chicken is one of the most popular foods we love to cook and eat: comforting, quick, celebratory and casual. Plundering the globe, there is no shortage of brilliant ways to cook it, whether you need a quick supper on the table after work, something for a lazy summer barbecue or a feast to nourish family and friends. From quick Vietnamese lemon grass and chilli chicken thighs and a smoky chicken salad with roast peppers and almonds, through to a complete feast with pomegranate, barley and feta stuffed roast chicken with Georgian aubergines, there is no eating or entertaining occasion that isn't covered in this book. In A Bird in the Hand, Diana Henry offers a host of new, easy and not-so-very-well-known dishes, starring the bird we all love.
The British Life Photography Awards: Portfolio 1
Interest in photography has never been higher, with high end digital cameras now ubiquitous and millions of us now expert photographers, regularly documenting the world around us. The British Life Photography Awards exist to celebrate that interest, that expertise and the very best of British reportage, documentary and street photography. One of the most valuable prize funds in the genre, combined with a storied judging panel and the chance to be published, has attracted thousands to enter the competition in its first year. This book collects the winners and celebrates the best of the rest, with hundreds of eye-opening images giving a thought provoking, beautiful and refreshing view of life in the UK today.
Blogging for Writers
By Robin Houghton
Take control of your waistline and still feel satisfied with this fantastic collection of sizable salads perfect for main meals. No longer relegated to side servings, main meal salads are a great way of bumping up your intake of fresh fruit and veg while keeping variety in your diet. With winter warmers and crisp summer offerings; meat, fish and vegetarian options; and Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Asian flavours, this selection has something for every diet and every season and will ensure endless inspiration for healthy eating.