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Doing Shakespeare: Second Edition

by Simon Palfrey

A throroughly revised edition of the successful student text Doing Shakespeare, first published in 2005. The revised edition introduces a new way of approaching Shakespeare's text, through ideas of performance...


Getting the Buggers to Behave

by Sue Cowley

THE MUST-HAVE BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT BIBLE

"Show the students the can of dog food, open it up and then eat from it. Offer it round the class to see if anyone else will have a taste..."*

This is just one of Sue Cowley's...


Creating Tomorrow's Schools Today: Education - Our Children - Their Futures

by Richard Gerver

'It's time to focus on the needs of our children, not the whims of our politicians, to provide a way forward for a new landscape in education.'

Is our education system working?

What future are we preparing our...


India Through the Ages: A Popular and Picturesque History of Hindustan

by Flora Annie Steel

India Through the Ages: A Popular and Picturesque History of Hindustan by Flora Annie Steel. A history, above all one which claims to hold no original research, but simply to be a compilation of the work of...


The Indian Cookery Book: Illustrated

by Anonymous

The Indian Cookery Book: Illustrated (1900). Rice is used in a variety of forms: it is boiled, made into kitcheer- ee, pellow. "Boiled Rice: Wash half a pound or a coonkeeful of rice, and put it to boil in a...


The Origin and Growth of Village Communities In India

by Baden Henry Baden-Powell

The Origin and Growth of Village Communities In India by Baden Henry Baden-Powell. The object of this little book is to explain, the nature and origin of Indian village communities, with special reference to...


Daddy

by Tuhin A. Sinha

With gender dynamics changing the world over, parenting is a key area where this change is most perceptible. Modern dads today have no inhibitions in changing their baby's diapers, spending sleepless nights...


Your Tarot Predictions for 2015

by Karmel Nair

Tarot Predictions for 2015: this book is your access to the future! Know about yourself and your future! Use Tarot Cards to get month-by-month predictions for every Zodiac sign. Get answers to your questions...


McGraw-Hill Education Mathematical Reasoning Workbook for the GED Test

by McGraw-Hill Education

Get the targeted practice you need to conquer the GED test in Mathematical Reasoning

To achieve your best score on the GED test, you have to excel on the Mathematical Reasoning section. The surest way to succeed...


The Alien Invasion

by William Henry Wilkins

I have been asked to write a short preface to a work in which the author proposes to afford the public information with respect to the immigration of destitute aliens into this country. He will discuss the evil...


Loving the Earth

by Carlo Petrini

An extraordinary collage of conversations between Carlo Petrini, founder of Slow Food, and a gallery of influential personages to mark the tenth anniversary of Terra Madre, the global network of food communities...


The Coming Swarm: DDOS Actions, Hacktivism, and Civil Disobedience on the Internet

by Molly Sauter & Ethan Zuckerman

What is Hacktivism?

In The Coming Swarm, rising star Molly Sauter examines the history, development, theory, and practice of distributed denial of service actions as a tactic of political activism. The internet...


No Limits: My Autobiography

by Ian Poulter

Ian Poulter is one of golf's most charismatic figures, with an appeal extending way beyond his sport. Here he tells his inspirational story, from his early rejection as an Spurs youth player, right through to...


A Matter of Life and Death: A History of Football in 100 Quotations

by Jim White

THEY THINK IT'S ALL OVER takes the sayings of the great and the good - not to mention the lovers and the loathers - of the beautiful game as starting points for an informal, freewheeling and entertainingly opinionated...


Herbie Hancock: Possibilities

by Herbie Hancock & Lisa Dickey

The long-awaited memoir by one of the most influential and beloved musicians of our time

In Herbie Hancock the legendary jazz musician and composer reflects on a life and a thriving career that has spanned seven...


Staying Power: A Year In My Life

by Phil Taylor

Phil 'The Power' Taylor is the uncontested king of darts, his sixteen world championship titles between 1990 and 2013 far outclassing anything else the game has seen. He started out as a protégé of Eric Bristow,...


The Life and Loves of a He Devil: A Memoir

by Graham Norton

In his new autobiography, written with characteristic humour and often outrageous candour, Graham shows that life is more than just a series of dates and it's really the things you love that make you who you...


DogFace

by Barbara O'Brien

Adorable four-color candid doggie mug shots

Photographer and animal trainer Barbara O'Brien has spent years photographing aspiring canine actors, from prancing puppies to stately hounds and tenacious terriers....


Top Dog: The Story of Marine Hero Lucca

by Maria Goodavage

The New York Times bestselling author of Soldier Dogs returns with the incredible story of K-9 Marine hero Lucca, and the handlers who fought alongside her through two bloody wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Engel's England: Thirty-nine counties, one capital and one man

by Matthew Engel

England, says Matthew Engel, is the most complicated place in the world. And, as he travels through each of the historic English counties, he discovers that's just the start of it. Every county is fascinating,...