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National Gallery Dot-To-Dot

Francesca Protopapa
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Francesca Protopapa
Ilex Press

National Gallery Spot-The-Difference

Study world-famous works from an iconic collection like never before. Inspired by the National Gallery's best-loved paintings, find 40 fun and challenging visual puzzles that traverse art history with the likes of Raphael, Rubens, Rembrandt and Renoir. Lose yourself in moody seascapes, poignant portraits, bustling markets and mythical scenes. Test your brain, artistic understanding and knowledge with this rewarding, detail-driven and witty collection.

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Museum of Me

Charlotte Farmer
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Charlotte Farmer
Ilex Press

501 Dot-to-Dot Animals

Francesca Protopapa
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Francesca Protopapa

Create your own artwork and watch a collection of 40 extraordinary animals come to life before your eyes. From the chameleon to the cobra, parrot to the panda, each animal is revealed as you pick up a pencil and join the dots.From the team who brought you the million-selling 1,000 DOT-TO-DOT BOOKS, a new, accessible format with puzzles from talented line artist Francesca Protopapa. Each puzzle takes 20-30 minutes to complete: puzzling, revealing, relaxing, fun, for all ages

Ilex Press

Mindful Mandalas

Jane Snedden Peever
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Jane Snedden Peever

Mindfulness is the easy way to let go of stress and be in the moment, and mandala colouring is one of the best ways to find it. In this new collection of hand-drawn mandalas, illustrator and pattern-maker Jane Snedden Peever presents distinctive designs that will lead you to calm and tranquility.

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The 1000 Dot-to-Dot Book: Icons

Thomas Pavitte
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Thomas Pavitte

The first collection in Thomas Pavitte's internationally best-selling 1000 Dot-to-Dot series features 20 iconic portraits, including Marilyn Monroe, John Lennon and Albert Einstein, to complete yourself.With each drawing consisting of 1000 dots (handily colour-coded in groups of 100 to help you keep your place), you'll have hours of fun creating images that are not only satisfying to complete, but also cool enough to put on your wall.

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The 1000 Dot-to-Dot Book: Masterpieces

Thomas Pavitte
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Thomas Pavitte
Hamlyn

Daily Mail: All New Quick Crosswords 1

A new format and design heralds a new collection of cryptic crosswords.Challenge yourself and test your logic like never before with an all new title from Hamlyn's extensive crossword series in collaboration with the Daily Mail. All New Daily Mail Quick Crosswords 1 is a brand new collection of demanding puzzles from the Daily Mail, with 200 tricky grids to put minds of all ages and abilities through their paces. Perfect when killing time at home or facing the daily commute, these fun brainteasers are guaranteed to entertain any crossword fan.

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Leon: Ingredients & Recipes

Allegra McEvedy
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Allegra McEvedy

Abi Daker

ABI DAKER is a British illustrator who lives and works in Cyprus with her husband and son. She studied Art at the University of Reading and has since worked on children's books and as an archaeological illustrator; she also specialises in illustrated maps and architectural subjects. Her LONGEST DOT TO DOT books express her passion for exploring the graphic and linear qualities of the world in an imaginative and engaging new way. She also paints and draws the mediterranean landscapes of her home in Paphos.

Allegra McEvedy

Allegra McEvedy has been cooking professionally for 20 years, working her way through a clutch of London's best restaurants before becoming more known for her work as a cookery writer for the Guardian as G2's Chef in Residence. In 2003, Allegra co-founded LEON, the award-winning, healthy, fast-food restaurant group, which currently has 11 restaurants serving over 70,000 people a week.In the summer of 2009, Allegra co-presented Economy Gastronomy, a six-part BBC prime-time series about spending less and using ingredients wisely. She is a Fellow of the RSA, a Spokesperson for The Fairtrade Foundation, and has written four bestselling books: The Good Cook (2000), Allegra McEvedy's Colour Cookbook (2006), LEON: Ingredients & Recipes (2008) and Economy Gastronomy (2009). In 2008 she was awarded an MBE for services to the hospitality industry.

Charlotte Farmer

Charlotte Farmer graduated from Central St Martin's in London in 2006 with an MA in Communication Design. She has been working freelance ever since, writing, drawing and designing, but mostly illustrating for a variety of clients. Her work also features on hip homeware products for New House Textiles. Her first humourous book for Ilex, The Hipster Colouring Book, was swiftly followed by The Passive-Aggressive Colouring Book, the perfect antidote to modern life.

Francesca Protopapa

Based in Paris, France, Francesca Proptopapa is a professional graphic designer and illustrator whose work lends itself to the meticulous style of dot-to-dotting. She is influenced by a variety of interests such as painting, film, photography, fashion, entertainment and travel. Frequently featuring in exhibitions around France and Italy.

Jane Snedden Peever

Jane's natural talent for creating patterns has led her to teaching classes in mandala-making in her native Canada. She also creates her unique hand-drawn mandalas for colouring books and online publications. Her previously published work encompasses her other great skill in fiber arts, including books of her unique designs for Aran sweaters.

John Austin

John Austin worked as a senior toy designer in the Boy's Research and Development Department at Hasbro Toys and has worked on popular brands like; Transformers, Star Wars, Iron Man, Spiderman, Jurassic Park, Tonka and GI. Skilled in 3D computer modelling, illustration, and creative thinking, he brings many of these talents to the creation of his book projects, as well as ever-increasing market awareness for each individual product he works on. He has also personally pitched projects to Warner Brothers and Cartoon Network. John graduated in 2002 from the University of Wisconsin-Stout with a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design. He currently lives in Wisconsin with his wife and keeps busy working on contract product development, more books and other entrepreneurial endeavours. Also the author of Cubicle Warfare and Prank University.

Kate Smith

Kate Smith is the founder of The Makery in Bath, which runs highly successful craft workshops and classes and has a second venue selling fabric, trimmings and other materials.

Madonna Gauding

Madonna Gauding has been a student of Buddhism for over 12 years and is a practitioner of martial arts. She is the author of The Meditation Bible, World Mandalas, Six Keys to Buddhist Living and Working with Meditation. Location: St Louis, Missouri, USA.

Olia Hercules

Olia Hercules was born in Ukraine and lived in Cyprus for 5 years before moving to London to study a BA in Italian language, followed by an MA in Russian and English. A number of jobs followed before her interest in food as an amateur reached its apogee and she decided to retrain as a chef at Leith's School of Food and Wine. She kicked off her culinary career working at London's Union Market before landing her dream job as a chef-de partie for Ottolenghi's. Olia's focus nowadays is mostly on her son, her writing, her food styling and the occasional foray into film and television.Find out more about Olia at oliahercules.com, on Twitter @oliasgastronomy and on Instagram.com/oliahercules.

Susy Atkins

Susy Atkins is an author and broadcaster who is known for her no-nonsense, down-to-earth and often humorous approach. She appears regularly on BBC1's flagship cookery programme, Saturday Kitchen, and speaks at food and wine festivals around the UK. She writes the weekly 'Sauce' drinks column for the Sunday Telegraph's Stella magazine and is wine columnist for the new National Geographic magazine supplement Green. She has won awards for her writing, including Glenfiddich Book of the Year for Drink!, Champagne Lanson Book of the Year for the Which? Wine Guide (twice) and International Wine and Spirit Competition Communicator of the Year.

Thomas Pavitte

When graphic designer Thomas Pavitte found himself between jobs, he started doodling to keep his creative juices flowing, experimenting with the dot-to-dot puzzles he remembered from his childhood. The result was a 6,239-dot reconstruction of the Mona Lisa, which then led to the 1000 Dot-to-Dot Book and its sequels. Constantly exploring new graphic ideas, Thomas lives in Melbourne, Australia, and shares his work at thomasmakesstuff.com.