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Disney: The Simple Family Cookbook

By Jean-François Mallet
Authors:
Jean-François Mallet
Discover the joy of cooking with your loved ones using 100 recipes inspired by your favourite Disney characters. Make spaghetti with Lady and the Tramp, sweet snowballs with Olaf and Elsa and Hawaiian pizza with Lilo and Stitch. Each recipe uses only 2-5 ingredients and has simple instructions so that you can whip up a delightful dish with ease. With healthy dishes for children, adults, or the whole family, you'll be cooking up a storm in no time!

Declutter

By Debora Robertson
Authors:
Debora Robertson
Bursting with practical and relatable advice, this book injects enthusiasm, energy and some much-neededhumour into the essential task of de-cluttering. Forget the holier-than-thou approach promising a wholenew you if you alphabetise your sock drawer - this is decluttering for real people, with real lives. Witha refreshingly honest approach, Debora tackles the best ways to deal with domestic dilemmas, clutteredkitchens and crowded cupboards. She includes handy tips and tricks for the average time-poor person. Tasks are broken down into achievable goals and 'quick fixes', allowing even the busiest of people to create, maintain and achieve a tidy home. And it's not just the home she tackles. Debora helps you banish anxiety and kick-startproductivity with '10 de-cluttering commandments' and includes honest advice on how to conquer thefear of change. The busy writer, who has transformed her own cluttered home and mind using thesetechniques, also explores how best to unclutter your virtual world, from managing social media accounts tobalancing email mailing lists.
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Draw & Be Happy

By Tim A Shaw, Cachetejack
Authors:
Tim A Shaw
Illustrated by:
Cachetejack
Any time you need a moment of calm or a boost of energy, reach for this book and your best pen or pencil.Inspired by real art-therapy techniques, each of these fun and thought-provoking drawing exercises will help reduce stress, boost your confidence and leave you feeling creative and contented. These quirky creativity prompts offer simple strategies for self expression and self care to help you be happy.
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Dad Jokes

By Dad Says Jokes
Authors:
Dad Says Jokes
From the most-followed dad jokes page on Instagram, @dadsaysjokes, comes a collection of hilariously cheesy jokes that will leave your friends and family laughing and groaning in equal measure.This is the perfect gift for dads who want to expand their repertoire and anyone who fancies reminiscing about a childhood full of these no-nonsense 'bad' puns.Here are a couple of tasters:Q: Why do cows have hooves instead of feet?A: Because they lactose.Q: Are you today's date?A: Cuz you're 10/10.
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Disney Frozen Crochet

By Kati Gálusz
Authors:
Kati Gálusz
This too-cute kit includes a full-color book with instructions and step-by-step photos showing how to stitch 12 adorable crochet characters from the movie, plus enough materials to make Elsa and Anna. Whether you want a crochet Kristoff or a stuffed Sven, this kit will help you create characters that will melt your heart!Projects include:1. Elsa2. Anna3. Kristoff4. Sven5. OlafAnd many more!
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  • Draw Buildings and Cities in 15 Minutes

    By Matthew Brehm
    Authors:
    Matthew Brehm
    Good drawings aren't always the ones that you've spent a lot of time over; some of the best pieces are swift, energetic studies that capture the feel of the subject in just a few well-placed lines. This book contains a series of exercises that develop the core skills for drawing buildings and cities, all of which can be completed in a quarter of an hour. Understand perspective Play with proximity and point of view Record details such as reflections and shadows Capture the character of buildings and cities
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    Drawing & Seeing

    By Clara Drummond
    Authors:
    Clara Drummond
    'This is a book about keeping your own sketchbook, a drawn diary of your daily life and what strikes you. The pages are for you to fill, make a mess, take risks, try things out, to be fearless and to be curious, but most of all to look and to respond to what you see.'No one, Clara believes, can tell you how to draw. Instead you can learn by practising and discarding preconceived ideas. Clara uses artists who inspire her, to demonstrate how everyone's approach is unique and features images of her favourite drawings and sketchbooks, to spark your creativity.Chapters focus on the different media of Graphite, Charcoal, Coloured Crayons, Ink and Mixed Media and offer tips such as where to start on the page and how to best use your materials.With space for 30 days of drawing, to be done in whichever order you'd like, Drawing & Seeing will allow you to keep your own sketchbook, a drawn diary of your daily life - and to see how not only your drawing transforms, but also the way you see your surroundings.
  • Daily Mail Big Book of Pitcherwits 1

    By Professor Rebus
    Authors:
    Professor Rebus
    Part crossword, part visual puzzle, Pitcherwits are the Daily Mail's most popular picture puzzle. These unique challenges from the renowned puzzle setter, Professor Rebus, might seem simple at first, but the answers will prove more elusive than you think!Satisfy your puzzle cravings with the first jumbo collection of Pitcherwits, containing over 400 puzzles.
  • Draw People in 15 Minutes

    By Jake Spicer
    Authors:
    Jake Spicer
    Anyone can draw, and anybody who can already draw can always learn to draw better. In this book, best-selling author and art tutor Jake Spicer gives you all the skills you need to sketch the human figure in just 15 minutes.Good drawings aren't always the ones that you've spent a lot of time over; some of the best pieces are swift, energetic studies that capture the feel of the subject in a few well-placed lines. This book contains a series of exercises that develop the core skills for drawing people, all of which can be completed in a quarter of an hour. · Master the basic figure.· Build confidence in mark making.· Understand anatomy.· Play with proportion and foreshortening.· Capture details such as hair, hands and feet.
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  • Desk Wars

    By John Austin
    Authors:
    John Austin
    'Cubicle farms are full of enemy combatants begging to be taken out.' WIREDAchieve clandestine ends practically and inexpensively with Desk Wars - perfect for do-it-yourself spy enthusiasts. Follow fully illustrated step-by-step instructions to build 30 miniature secret weapons and surveillance tools from stationery, transforming common household items into uncommon gadgets and sidearms.Assert dominion over the desktop with these cunning contraptions:>>> Paper-Dart Watch>>> Pen Blowgun>>> Mint-Tin Catapult>>> Rubber-Band Derringer>>> Toothpaste Periscope>>> Bionic Ear>>> Cotton Bud .38 Special>>> Paper Throwing Star>>> 44 marker magnum>>> And more!
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    Do Robots Make Love?

    By Laurent Alexandre, Jean-Michel Besnier
    Authors:
    Laurent Alexandre, Jean-Michel Besnier
    Should we enhance the human condition with technology?Does anyone really want to live for a thousand years?Could AI end up destroying mankind?Discover the incredible potential of mankind's near future as a Doctor and a Philosopher debate the big questions surrounding the incredible potential of transhumanism. This movement - that seeks to improve the human condition through science - has fast become one of the most controversial the scientific community have ever faced. As scientists in California make great strides in using advanced technology to enhance human intellect and physiology, the ethical and moral questions surrounding its possibilities have never been more pressing. Should we change the way we reproduce? Could we enhance the human body with technology to the point where we are all technically cyborgs? Is it possible to make love to a robot?Doctor and entrepreneur Laurent Alexandre and tech-philosopher Jean Michel Besnier go head to head on the big questions in an entertaining and thought-provoking debate on the fundamental principles of transhumanism.
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  • Daily Mail Big Book of Sudoku 1

    The first book in a brand new Daily Mail puzzles series, Daily Mail Big Book of Sudoku 1 contains over 400 sudoku grids ranging from easier puzzles for beginners right up to fiendish puzzles that will challenge even the most experienced of sudoku-lovers. Never be without a diverting pastime on a long train journey or a rainy evening with this bumper collection of sudoku puzzles from the Daily Mail.

    Distilled

    By Neil Ridley, Joel Harrison
    Authors:
    Neil Ridley, Joel Harrison
    Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards Drink Book of the Year 2015.Annual Spirited Awards - Nominated for Best New Spirits Book 2015.Today's world of spirits is experiencing an explosive increase in craft distillers and pioneers of new distillates. It's about men and women tearing up rule books and creating new spirits with extraordinary personality and passion. This book uncovers the best spirits the world has to offer. These are not necessarily the best-known examples on the planet - though if they are good, they have a place here - but the best crafted and most interesting. Spirit by spirit Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley explain what you need to know to appreciate a spirit - its ingredients, its classic forms, the choices a distiller makes in creating it - and offer their picks to 'Drink Before You Expire' - the world's best examples of their type, from gin and rum to shochu and tequila. There are plenty of suggestions for how to drink too, with innovative and classic cocktails and their insider tips on getting the best out of your spirits.
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  • Daily Mail All New Quick Crosswords 10

    Daily Mail All New Quick Crosswords 10 is a brand new collection of demanding puzzles from the Daily Mail. With 200 grids in a variety of difficulties, these puzzles are sure to put minds of all ages and abilities through their paces. Perfect when facing the daily commute, or for passing a spare moment at home, these fun brainteasers are guaranteed to entertain any crossword fan.
  • Daily Mail All New Cryptic Crosswords 10

    Daily Mail All New Cryptic Crosswords 10 is a new collection of cryptic crosswords, guaranteed to test the grey matter every which way, whatever your age or ability. With 100 brainteasing grids to hone your lateral thinking, this book is perfect for banishing boredom at home or on the daily commute.
  • Daily Mail Pitcherwits – Volume 4

    By Professor Rebus
    Authors:
    Professor Rebus
    The Daily Mail's most popular picture puzzles, Pitcherwits are an intriguing mix of crossword and cryptic visual puzzle. Now, Professor Rebus is back with Pitcherwits Volume 4, packed full of even more perplexing pictogram puzzles.This book contains 200 new Pitcherwits puzzles, and is perfect for all puzzle fans who are looking for something a little bit different to test their deductive skills.

    Daily Mail Big Book of Quick Crosswords 9

    A bumper collection of quick but tricky crosswords from the Daily Mail, with plenty to keep you occupied on the longest of train journeys or the rainiest of evenings. With over 400 puzzles, this is the perfect compilation for any keen crossword-lover, and will test the skills of novices and inveterate crossword-lovers alike.
  • Daily Mail Big Book of Cryptic Crosswords 8

    This bumper-sized volume will have you thinking sideways, every which way and outside of the box to solve the 200 brilliantly frustrating cryptic crosswords.Perfect for those who love wordplay and cracking clues, Daily Mail Big Book of Cryptic Crosswords 8 provides the ultimate puzzle entertainment for any spare moments in the day.

    Dress Like a Parisian

    By Aloïs Guinut
    Authors:
    Aloïs Guinut
    Bring a Parisian je ne sais quoi to your style, wherever you live. Dress Like a Parisian is a wise and witty guide to finding your personal style, taking inspiration from how real Parisian women dress. With personal stylist and fashion blogger Aloïs Guinut as your guide, you can explore which colours, shapes and styles work best for you, whatever the occasion. Aloïs reveals Parisian style secrets, rejects restrictive fashion rules and shares her favourite shops and brands, demonstrating how you can use fashion to enhance your personality rather than shaping your personality to fashion. In the words of the patron saint of Parisian women, Yves St. Laurent, 'fashions fade, style is eternal.'This book is illustrated with photography shot on the streets of Paris plus illustrations by acclaimed fashion illustrator, Judith van den Hoek, who has worked with Elle, Hermes, Vogue, Prada and Grazia.
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    Diana Henry

    By Diana Henry
    Authors:
    Diana Henry
    'Everything Diana Henry cooks I want to eat' - Yotam Ottolenghi'This is an extraordinary piece of food writing, pitch perfect in every way. I couldn't love anyone who didn't love this book.' - Nigella Lawson on How to Eat a PeachDiana Henry's recipes turn everyday ingredients into something special with the minimum of effort. In this teaser booklet, recipes have been selected from Diana's published books to whet your appetite for her new title, How to Eat a Peach, which is available now.