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Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths: Including Actinides

by J.-C. G. Bünzli & Vitalij K. Pecharsky

The rare earths represent a group of chemical elements, the lanthanides, together with scandium and yttrium, which exhibit similar chemical properties.  They are strategically important to developed and developing...


Apollo's Angels: A History of Ballet

by Jennifer Homans

NATIONAL BESTSELLER

For more than four hundred years, the art of ballet has stood at the center of Western civilization. Its traditions serve as a record of our past. Lavishly illustrated and beautifully told, ...


Is That My Child? The Brain Food Plan

by Robin Pauc

Following the success of Is that My Child?, Dr Pauc demonstrates how nutrition and exercise can help children overcome many conditions from dyslexia and dyspraxia to ADHD and Tourette's Syndrome. The book includes...


The Down's Syndrome Handbook

by Richard Newton & Downs Syndrome Association

Combining medical knowledge with sympathetic common sense, this completely updated comprehensive handbook offers help and advice to all parents and carers of children with Down's syndrome, and shows them how...


Passing: When People Can't Be Who They Are

by Brooke Kroeger

Through the provocative stories of six contemporary "passers," and examples from history and literature, a renowned journalist illuminates passing as a strategy for bypassing prejudice and injustice


Betraying Spinoza: The Renegade Jew Who Gave Us Modernity

by Rebecca Goldstein

Part of the Jewish Encounter series

In 1656, Amsterdam’s Jewish community excommunicated Baruch Spinoza, and, at the age of twenty–three, he became the most famous heretic in Judaism. He was already germinating...


Keeping Control

by Jane Smith

It has been estimated that between the ages of 30 and 50 up to 40% of people suffer from some degree of incontinence at some time. Women accept that it can occur following childbirth, for example, and it becomes...


Beyond Terror

by Paul Rogers, Chris Abbott & John Sloboda

Is international terrorism really the single greatest threat to world security?

Since the 9/11 attacks, many Western governments assume terrorism to be the greatest threat we face. In response, their dangerous...


Losses and Gains

by Lya Fett Luft

In her bestselling book Losses and Gains, Lya Luft draws on her own experiences of loss and gain in marriage and family to address the universal themes of childhood, love and maturity. She portrays love as the...


Positively Happy

by Noel Edmonds

'Throughout the many ups and downs, the successes and the failures in my life, there has been a consistent and all-embracing belief that a positive attitude produces results.'

Acknowledged both as one of the...


Trouble in My Head

by Mathilde Monaque

Mathilde Monaque developed severe depression when she was just 14. The eldest in a family of six and an exceptionally bright and gifted little girl, the discovery shook her family to the core.

Trouble in My Head...


Jolly Green Giant

by David Bellamy

David Bellamy is a natural story teller whose memoir will be packed full of funny anecdotes and observations. It is the story of how a city boy, brought up in the middle of London, went for a trip into the countryside...


Must You Go?: My Life with Harold Pinter

by Antonia Fraser

A moving testament to one of the literary world's most celebrated marriages: that of the greatest playwright of our age, Harold Pinter, and the beautiful and famous prize-winning biographer Antonia Fraser.

In...


Dance for your Daddy

by Katherine Shellduck

'This morning I found this bag. I had been looking for sweets. I put my hand in the bag and felt a sticky liquid on my fingers, then I looked at it. A red smear. Then I looked in the bag: bloody knives and clothes....


A Further Slice Of Johnners

by Brian Johnston

When Brian Johnston was a schoolboy, his reports were full of phrases such as 'talks too much in school' and 'apt to be a buffoon'. Later millions of radio listeners would be delighted to discover that some...


The Drift

by Alan Jenkins

ALAN JENKINS - POERTY IS EXHILARATING. . . . . IT IS CHARGED WITH EROTIC ENERGY, RAGE, SORROW AND CONFUSION. - DAVID LEHMAN The poeoms in Alan Jenkin's magnificent new collection are closely linked, forming...


Reading Clausewitz

by Beatrice Heuser

Clausewitz's On War, first published in 1832, remains the most famous study of the nature and conditions of warfare. Contemporaries found him 'endearing' or 'totally unpalatable', while later generations called...


The Little Book Of Philosophy

by Andre Comte-Sponville

In this remarkable little book, Andre Comte-Sponville introduces the reader to the western philosophical tradition in a series of sparkling chapters on the 'big questions'. In doing so he reveals the essential...


The State of Jones

by John Stauffer & Sally Jenkins

New York Times bestselling author Sally Jenkins and distinguished Harvard professor John Stauffer mine a nearly forgotten piece of Civil War history and strike gold in this surprising account of the only Southern...


Great Goal!

by Rob Childs

The young footballers of Great Catesby School are on top form when they appear on TV to perform the special fund-raising song, C'mon, you Greats! But will they be such a smash hit in their return match with...