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Trees

By Hugh Johnson
Authors:
Hugh Johnson
Trees is a fully illustrated guide to more than 600 trees. The text sparkles with fact and folklore, illuminating the subject with authority and enthusiasm. Fully updated, it includes all th e newest tree varieties and cultivars. The book first looks at the structure and life cycle of trees; their role in the ecosystem, planting and pruning; and the use of trees in garden design. The core of the book is a complete record of coniferous and deciduous trees, grouped by family, in which an authoritative main text is complemented by a comprehensive index of trees, listing and illustrating alphabetically every important family, species and variety by their horticultural name. Finally, a reference section includes a guide to choosing trees for the garden and an A-Z listing of the most important and popular species and varieties of trees.
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Tapas

By Carlos Horrillo, Patrick Morcas
Authors:
Carlos Horrillo, Patrick Morcas
Carlos Horrillo and Patrick Morcas believe that dishes should marry simple, fresh ingredients in an uncomplicated way. They discuss new recipes, deconstructing them if they have too many steps or components, and then rebuilding them with the main ingredient first, adding only what is essential, stopping when 'the dish feels like it has enough strength of flavour and can stand on its own'. And the recipes aren't all classically Spanish - they often borrow ingredients and combinations from other parts of the Mediterranean to create that perfect flavour. With dishes such as Slow Roast Belly of Pork with Fennel Seeds and Cod Roe Pan-Fried with Garlic, Coriander and Chargrilled Red Peppers, this is tapas that you can recreate simply and quickly at home to share with family and friends.
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  • The Tarot Bible

    By Sarah Bartlett
    Authors:
    Sarah Bartlett
    The Tarot Bible teaches you everything you need to know about tarot, including how to choose the right pack of cards and how to ask questions. It features interpretations for every card of the Major and Minor Arcana, practical advice on how to give readings and how you can use tarot in combination with other divination techniques such as numerology, astrology and crystals. The book also features over 30 tarot layouts that you can use to gain insights into yourself, your relationships and your future.
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  • Top 10 of Britain

    By Russell Ash
    Authors:
    Russell Ash
    From the bestselling author of "Hamlyn's Top 10 of Everything" series comes a special collection of 250 unique lists that observe of the idiosyncrasies of our Isles and encompass everything British. Discover hundreds of essential, intriguing and bizarre facts about your country's most iconic subjects, including: the 10 most produced plays by Shakespeare; 10 defunct British national holidays; the 10 longest seaside piers; the 10 lowest-scoring UK Eurovision entries; the 10 latest winners of the World Conker Championships; the 10 first performed Gilbert & Sullivan operas; the Top 10 singles of all time banned by the BBC; 10 unusual British laws; the Top 10 Tesco's lines; the 10 latest winners of the Pub of the Year award ...plus 240 other fascinating lists in this at-a-glance guide to what makes Britain great.
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  • Top 10 of Everything 2013

    By Caroline Ash
    Authors:
    Caroline Ash
    What was the largest dinosaur to roam the planet? Who has won the most Oscars for best actor? Which Government spends the most money? All of these questions and many, many more are answered in Top 10 of Everything 2009, the 20th anniversary edition of the annual bestseller. Packed with brand new and updated lists, Top 10 of Everything reveals thousands of fascinating facts and little-known trivia about history, science, sports, music, movies, nature, people and places. Compiled by category and featuring original Now & Then lists that show just how much the times have changed, this is the perfect book for all lovers general knowledge.
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    Terence Conran's Inspiration

    By Terence Conran, Stafford Cliff
    Authors:
    Terence Conran, Stafford Cliff
    People say that the most successful homes are the most sustaining and envigorating to live in, or even just to visit. This is true of Barton Court, the house in Berkshire where Terence Conran has made his country home since 1977. It has been a family home, a centre to his Habitat Design business, a factory and studio for producing commercial and domestic furniture, a laboratory for testing his recipes and writing cookery books and has a working fruit, vegetable and herb garden, supplying produce for his restaurants. Throught the objects that Terence has collected, and the things he finds on his travels, we can learn, not only about the man behind a multi-million pound empire, but the processes that stimulate his creativity and the sources of his inspiration.
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  • Things to Do Now That You're a Dad

    By David Baird, Robyn Neild
    Authors:
    David Baird
    Illustrated by:
    Robyn Neild
    If you were brought up without a dad, or think you had a bad time with yours, then you'll know exactly what to add to your relationship with your own child to make it special and rewarding for you both. For others, who had the perfect relationship with the 'World's Greatest Dad', you can now share some of those memorable, life-shaping experiences with your children. The truth is, that there are so many things you can do, now that you are a dad!
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  • Top 10 for Men

    By Russell Ash
    Authors:
    Russell Ash
    It's a fact that men love lists: with lists, men can find the most interesting information with the least amount of effort. This book contains over 250 lists covering the most important subjects in life - cars, sports, barbecues, gadgets - and answers the most vital questions: Are Ferraris faster than Lamborghinis? What's the most common murder weapon? Who was the fattest Prime Minister? Which city has the highest proportion of women to men? What's the most alcholic beer in the world?No matter what your chosen subject may be, Top 10 for Men is a must for every pub-trivia king.
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  • Things To Do Now That You're Retired

    By Jane Garton
    Authors:
    Jane Garton
    Retirement is not the end of your working years but rather the start of something new. With more time on your hands than ever before, filling your days may seem harder than you expected and can leave you wondering 'exactly what do I do now?' This book provides a wide range of upbeat suggestions on ways to luxuriate in your new-found time. Whether it is learning a new language, taking up a new hobby or simply spending more time with friends and family, this book is packed with inspirational ideas. It aims to encourage readers to make the most of their retirement, to appreciate the extra time they have to spend pursuing activities they enjoy and exploring new ones.As well as a force for encouraging you to make the most of every opportunity, this book will make suggestions for how to come to terms with yourself, your friends and your family in this new phase of your life.
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  • Things To Do Now That You're Single Again

    By Eva Gizowska
    Authors:
    Eva Gizowska
    Being single again can be a daunting experience. The new edition to the 'Things to do' series provides inspiration, tips and encouragement on rebuilding a happy, healthy and fulfilling life. The book helps readers to plan their new journey as a single person, suggesting positive ways to move forward with their lives and is packed with positive ideas to remind you of all the great opportunities that are out there waiting to be explored. Being single frees up your time and allows you to be more adventurous. 600 upbeat and encouraging suggestions on how to make the most of every minute while you're single. Divided into 8 sections, the ideas are simple, fun and practical inspiring ms or master Singleton to seize the moment and rediscover the excitement of being footloose and fancy-free. Chapter one; 'Seize the moment' encourages readers to embrace their life and live in the moment rather than dwelling on the past, whilst chapter eight; 'Get the Life You Want' provides readers with hints on how to reassess their future, plan their goals and follow their dreams.
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    A Thousand Paths to Hope

    By Jane Garton
    Authors:
    Jane Garton
    Hope is the light that guides us through our darkest days. The latest edition in the 'A Thousand Paths' series provides inspiration and encouragement on the theme of hope helping you to keep you firmly on track to a life of positivity.The 'Thousand Paths' series aims to help readers learn how to achieve hopefulness by stimulating the body and mind and urging them to explore emotions and take charge of their emotional well-being. This edition examines the relationship between hope and many other areas of life such as relationships, ambitions and dreams. It aims to provide the reader with a sense of empowerment over their own levels of hope, encouraging hope when life gets tough.
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  • Things to Do Now That You're 60

    By Graeme Kent, Robyn Neild
    Authors:
    Graeme Kent
    Illustrated by:
    Robyn Neild
    'It's not the years in your life that counts. It's the life in your years' - Abraham Lincoln. Now that you're 60, take the plunge and realize some of those lifelong dreams! You now have the experience and wisdom to accomplish anything you set your mind to. Whether it's getting that tattoo you've always wanted, learning to line dance, or writing poetry, it's time to live life outside the comfort zone. You might surprise yourself!
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  • Things to Do Now That You're 40

    By Rebecca Hall, Robyn Neild
    Authors:
    Rebecca Hall
    Illustrated by:
    Robyn Neild
    "You only live once - but if you work it right, once is enough." Joe E. LewisNow that you're 40, seize the day and have a mid-life adventure instead of a crisis! Now you have the experience and wisdom to accomplish anything you set your mind to. Whether it's starring as an extra in a film, researching your family tree or seeing the new year in on Copacabana Beach in Rio, it's time to try all the things you've never done before.
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  • Things to Do Now That You're 50

    By Robert Allen, Robyn Neild
    Authors:
    Robert Allen
    Illustrated by:
    Robyn Neild
    Make all the days in your life count. This is the real thing, not a trial run, so grab life by the horns! Now that you're 50, you have the experience and wisdom to accomplish anything you set your mind to. Whether it's learning to salsa, indulging your skin in a bath of donkey's milk, or sand surfing in Brazil, throw caution to the wind and go for it. You might just enjoy it!
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    Total Core: Strength On The Ball

    Total: Massage

    By Gill Tree
    Authors:
    Gill Tree
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    Tranq Thoughts:Friendship Journal

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    Tranq Thoughts:Motherhood Journal

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    Total: Strength Training For Women

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