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Higher Ground

by Rhiannon Batten

Everybody loves a holiday but we often don't consider the effect our travel has on the environment and the communities we visit. We need to travel more responsibly, but no-one wants to wear a hair shirt or live...


Glubbslyme

by Jacqueline Wilson

'Glubbslyme. You're magic!'

When Rebecca wades into the witch's pond after a row with her best friend Sarah, she meets a very unusual new friend - a huge, warty toad! And Glubbslyme is no ordinary toad. Hundreds...


Prepare Your Child for School

by Dr Valerie Muter, Dr Helen Likierman & Valerie Muter

Prepare Your Child for School answers the questions every parent asks when their child is about to leave their exclusive care and go out into the world of school:

- Is my child ready for this challenge?

- Will...


The Players

by Zander Martin

Any woman in the world is there for the taking. You just have to know how.

Meet Pete: twenty-five, angry and an utter failure with women. And in desperate need of getting laid.

Meet Pete's best friend, CJ: an...


The Origin of Species and the Voyage of the Beagle

by Charles Darwin & Ruth Padel

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY DARWIN'S GREAT-GREAT-GRANDDAUGHTER, RUTH PADEL

When the eminent naturalist Charles Darwin returned from South America on board the H.M.S Beagle in 1836, he brought with him the notes and...


The Murders in the Rue Morgue

by Edgar Allan Poe & Matthew Pearl

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY MATTHEW PEARL

Edgar Allan Poe invented detective fiction with these three mesmerising stories of a young eccentric named C. Auguste Dupin: 'The Murders in the Rue Morgue', 'The Mystery...


Skin and Bones

by Tom Bale

On a cold January morning, a nightmare awaits in a small Sussex village. A deranged young man goes on the rampage, shooting everyone in his path before taking his own life. It is a senseless, tragic event, but...


Shrapnel

by Robert Swindells

It's the height of World War Two. Britain is being ravaged by bombs and most young men are off fighting. Gordon wishes he was too. Maybe then he wouldn't get bullied for having a cowardly family . . . Gordon's...


Seasons of the Day

by Stanislaus Kennedy & Sister Stanislaus Kennedy

Based on the traditional Book of Hours - psalms said daily, at set times, by religious communities throughout the world - Seasons of the Day reveals the enduring relevance of this ancient practice

to contemporary...


Now is the Time

by Stanislaus Kennedy & Sister Stanislaus Kennedy

Now is the Time became an instant bestseller when it was first published, and it has continued to sell to an increasing and eager audience who admire and understand Stan's way. In this expanded edition, which...


Taking the Medicine

by Druin Burch

Doctors and patients alike trust the medical profession and its therapeutic powers; yet this trust has often been misplaced. Whether prescribing opium or thalidomide, aspirin or antidepressants, doctors have...


Taken

by Sharon Hamilton

'God only knows what fate befell Vicky after, cold and alone at that bus stop, she accepted a lift home.'

Abducted from a local bus stop, schoolgirl Vicky Hamilton vanished into thin air. Her disappearance left...


Downing Street Diary Volume Two

by Bernard Donoughue

The first volume of Bernard Donoughue's Downing Street Diary was described by Charles Moore in the Daily Telegraph as 'the best account of Harold Wlson's last days'; 'the sheer scale and detail are fascinating'...


Dear Teacher

by Jack Sheffield

It's 1979: Dallas is enthralling the nation on TV, Mrs Thatcher has just become prime minister, Abba is top of the pops, and in the small Yorkshire village of Ragley-on-the-Forest, Jack Sheffield returns for...


Birdwatchingwatching

by Alex Horne

Alex Horne is not a birdwatcher. But his dad is, so with the prospect of fatherhood looming on his own horizon, Alex decided there was no better time to really get to know both his father and his father's favourite...


Living In Perhaps

by Julia Widdows

Carol has always resented her family - her mother, endlessly knitting, her father and his obsession with next door's encroaching garden hedge, and her brother, ever silent and scheming.

So when she is invited...


The Anarchist's Angel

by Gareth Thompson

Fifteen-year-old Samson Ashburner has always felt like an outsider - even before the accident that left his face scarred and his confidence shattered. With the jeers and taunts of the local children and his...


Special Operations: Death Ray

by Craig Simpson

FRANCE, JANUARY 1941

The Second World War is raging and Britain is staring at defeat. Intelligence indicates that the Nazis have built a deadly weapon on the French coast. Could a Death Ray really exist? There's...


Real Ale

by Bill Laws

This delightful book tells you everything you ever wanted to know about real ale - from its first recorded brewing by the Sumerians 5,000 years ago through its spread to Europe via the cultivation of grains...


Pies

by Jane Struthers

This delightful book tells you everything you ever wanted to know about pies - from their surprising beginning in Ancient Egypt, through their adoption by the Romans to their journey to becoming a popular British...