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Living a Life that Matters

by Harold S. Kushner

Most of us need to feel that we matter in some way; perhaps this explains the high value placed on titles, corner offices, and even fleeting celebrity. But most of us also need to feel that we are good people....


Red Ted Art

by Margarita Woodley

Crafting has never been more popular and Maggy Woodley, the creative force behind Red Ted, is passionate about making things with her children, Max, four, and Pippa, two.

Using recycled materials and bits and...


When I Dream

by Robin Landry & Christine Bennett

Synopsis: Open these pages to endless worlds of wonder and amazement. --- From ancient legends and mysteries from the far reaches of history, to modern twists on classic tales, and challenging information about...


A Green and Pleasant Land

by Ursula Buchan

The wonderfully evocative story of how Britain's World War Two gardeners - with great ingenuity, invincible good humour and extraordinary fortitude - dug for victory on home turf.

'War is the normal occupation...


Shipton and Tilman

by Jim Perrin

Using unpublished diaries, Jim Perrin, the acclaimed author of The Villain and Menlove, tells the story of the greatest exploring partnership in British history. In the 1930s Tilman and the younger Shipton pioneered...


A Good Egg

by Genevieve Taylor

An egg is the simplest and most versatile of ingredients. Nutritious, rich in protein, low in fat, perfect for a quick brunch, essential for baking and key to so many starters, main courses and puddings, there...


A Salad for All Seasons

by Harry Eastwood

Let's eat more salad! It's fresh, colourful and healthy fast food. A far cry from the 'rabbit food' image of old, salads are now rightfully top of the menu. In A Salad for All Seasons, Harry Eastwood shakes...


Ziggyology

by Simon Goddard

He came from Outer Space...

It was the greatest invention in the history of pop music - the rock god who came from the stars - which struck a young David Bowie like a lightning bolt from the heavens.

When Ziggy...


The Boy Who Was Born a Girl

by Jon Smith, Luisa Smith, Jonathan Edwards & Jon Edwards et al.

Brought up as female for fifteen years, Jon can remember feeling different from other girls since he was only five years old.

But it will take years of depression, incessant bullying, self-harm and isolation...


The Conversations

by Olivia Fane

We've all known the heady thrill of a conversation that goes on all night. Once we had opinions on everything but as life becomes more humdrum we often lose that passion. Sometimes we can't remember what we...


The Contented Pregnancy

by Gina Ford & Charlotte Chaliha

Discovering that you are about to become a mum is one of life's most joyful moments. This indispensable guide from Gina Ford and consultant obstetrician Dr Charlotte Chaliha provides mums-to-be with the practical,...


Iron, Steam & Money

by Roger Osborne

In late eighteenth-century Britain a handful of men brought about the greatest transformation in human history. Inventors, industrialists and entrepreneurs ushered in the age of powered machinery and the factory,...


Written in Blood

by Tony Thompson & Mike Silverman

As one of the UK's leading forensic scientists, Mike Silverman has helped to identify and convict dozens of murderers, rapists, armed robbers, burglars and muggers, thanks to the evidence they - or their victims...


Ms Cupcake

by Mellissa Morgan

'I believe that, regardless of what we can or can't eat, we all deserve a delicious, decadent treat every now and then. Let me show you how to bake vegan cakes the easy way with simple, dairy-free recipes that...


The Race Against Time

by Edward Pickering

When Chris Boardman first raced against Graeme Obree, in a time trial in Newtonards, Northern Ireland, in 1990, it was the start of a rivalry that captivated the British public for a decade and brought cycling...


The Wizard

by Jon Henderson

'Stanley Matthews taught us the way football should be played' Pelé

'I couldn't believe he was just a man. He was the best player in the world' Bobby Charlton

'He told me that he used to play for just twenty...


Operation Crossbow

by Allan Williams

The story of the photographic intelligence work undertaken from a country house at Medmenham, Buckinghamshire, is one of the great lost stories of the Second World War .

At its peak in 1944, almost 2,000 British...


Growing Girls

by Jeanne Marie Laskas

Award-winning author Jeanne Marie Laskas has charmed and delighted readers with her heartwarming and hilarious tales of life on Sweetwater Farm. Now she offers her most personal and most deeply felt memoir yet...


Steaming to Victory

by Michael Williams

In the seven decades since the darkest moments of the Second World War it seems every tenebrous corner of the conflict has been laid bare, prodded and examined from every perspective of military and social history....


The Last Gangster

by Charlie Richardson

Charlie Richardson, one of Britain's most notorious gangland bosses, sheds light on his extraordinary life story completed just weeks before his death in September 2012.

Notorious Charlie Richardson was the most...