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Vietnam  by Iain (Travel writer) Stewart

Vietnam

Iain (Travel writer) Stewart

Book

"Vietnam is our collection of the country's top sights and most authentic experiences. Perfect for anyone who doesn't need accommodation listings, it's packed with expert knowledge, local secrets and carefully crafted itineraries, as well as the most...

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The seasonal baker  by Michelle Evans-Fecci

The seasonal baker

Michelle Evans-Fecci

Book

"Seasonal bakes and tips on growing your own produce by former The Great British Bake Off contestant, Michelle Evans-Fecci. Former Bake Off contestant Michelle was known on the show for her flavoursome, colourful bakes and for championing seasonal, l...

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Breathe well and live well with COPD  by Janet Brindley

Breathe well and live well with COPD

Janet Brindley

Book

"Practising regular breathing exercises helps to develop healthy breathing patterns, which can lessen the effects of breathing difficulties caused by COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). This is a short, practical guide to using new therapeu...

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The anti-oligarchy constitution  by Joseph Fishkin

The anti-oligarchy constitution

Joseph Fishkin

Book

"Oligarchy is a threat to the American republic. When too much economic and political power is concentrated in too few hands, we risk losing the 'republican form of government' the Constitution requires. Today, courts enforce the Constitution as if it...

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Generation dread  by Britt Wray

Generation dread

Britt Wray

Book

"An impassioned generational perspective on why climate anxiety is completely natural and necessary, and how we can be stronger for it. Climate and environment-related fears and anxieties are on the rise everywhere, with few resources to address them....

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Why we did it  by Tim Miller

Why we did it

Tim Miller

Book

"Why did normal people go along with the worst of Trumpism? Miller, one of the strategists behind the 2012 RNC 'autopsy', reflects on both his own past work for the Republicans and the contortions of his former peers in the conservative establishment....

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The power of one more  by Ed Mylett

The power of one more

Ed Mylett

Book

"In The Power of One More, renowned keynote speaker and performance expert Ed Mylett draws on 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur and coach to top athletes, entertainers, and business executives to reveal powerful strategies to help you live an...

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What I wish I'd known when I was young  by Rachel Sylvester

What I wish I'd known when I was young

Rachel Sylvester

Book

"Loss and adversity are part of the human condition, but an imperfect past isn't always an indicator of what's to come. This book traces a pattern: why is it that often the people with the hardest beginnings in life - children who experience displace...

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Rogues  by Patrick Radden Keefe

Rogues

Patrick Radden Keefe

Book

"Patrick Radden Keefe's work has garnered prizes ranging from the National Magazine Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award in the US to the Orwell Prize in the UK for his meticulously reported, hypnotically engaging work on the many ways pe...

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Coward  by Tim Clare

Coward

Tim Clare

Book

"Tim Clare has suffered from anxiety and panic attacks for over a decade. At their worst, his attacks would see him curled on the floor, screaming to his wife for help. When they became more than he and his family could manage, Tim made a promise to himself...

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Blue & white at home  by Henrietta Heald

Blue & white at home

Henrietta Heald

Book

"Blue and white is one of the most soothing and adaptable colour schemes, and with so many variations it will transform every room of your home. This timeless palette is the thread that links Delft tiles, Chinese porcelain, French toiles de Jouy and ...

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Vagina obscura  by Rachel E. Gross

Vagina obscura

Rachel E. Gross

Book

"A scientific journey to the center of the new female body. The Latin term for the female genitalia, pudendum, means "parts for which you should be ashamed." Until 1651, ovaries were called female testicles. The fallopian tubes are named for a man. N...

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Spowers & Syme  by Sarina Noordhuis-Fairfax

Spowers & Syme

Sarina Noordhuis-Fairfax

Book

"Spowers & Syme celebrates the artistic friendship of Melbourne artists Ethel Spowers and Eveline Syme. Their prints, drawings and paintings - remarkable for their expressive energy - capture the zeitgeist of the interwar years. This beautifully illu...

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Can you make that gluten-free?  by Megan (Singer) McKenna

Can you make that gluten-free?

Megan (Singer) McKenna

Book

"Megan McKenna, Celebrity MasterChef UK finalist, singer-songwriter, highly-engaged influencer, coeliac and home cook invites you into her gluten-free kitchen. After years of sharing her cooking videos to over 4 million viewers, she is regularly messaged...

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Recipes for royals  by Dahlia Clearwater

Recipes for royals

Dahlia Clearwater

Book

"Delicious dishes inspired by Netflix's award-winning hit The Crown. Anglophiles, royalists, and binge watchers rejoice! Recipes for Royals is the culinary companion fans of The Crown have been clamoring for since the gripping historical drama first ...

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Behind the seams  by Esme Young

Behind the seams

Esme Young

Book

"To any self-respecting sewing fan, Esme Young needs no introduction. The diminutive judge of The Great British Sewing Bee has a sharp eye for a wonky seam, and an even sharper eye for a good necklace. Her life, in many ways, is the story of post-war...

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Out of the corner  by Jennifer Grey

Out of the corner

Jennifer Grey

Book

"In this beautiful, close-to-the bone account, Jennifer Grey takes readers on a vivid tour of the experiences that have shaped her, from her childhood as the daughter of Broadway and film legend Joel Grey, to the surprise hit with Patrick Swayze that...

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Conquered  by Eleanor Parker

Conquered

Eleanor Parker

Book

"The Norman Conquest is one of the most momentous events in English history and its consequences changed England forever. Indeed, the Battle of Hastings and its aftermath nearly wiped out the leading families of Anglo-Saxon England - so what happened...

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Let's go nuts  by Estella Schweizer

Let's go nuts

Estella Schweizer

Book

"Nuts aren't just a healthy snack - they can be the star of delicious, elegant meals every season of the year. Now, blending the latest nutritional research with dozens of beautifully photographed and easy-to-prepare dishes, a vegan chef shows home cooks...

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A waiter in Paris  by Edward Chisholm

A waiter in Paris

Edward Chisholm

Book

"A waiter's job is to deceive you. They want you to believe in a luxurious calm because on the other side of that door...is hell. Edward Chisholm's spellbinding memoir of his time as a Parisian waiter takes you below the surface of one of the most ic...

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Adrift  by Tracey Williams

Adrift

Tracey Williams

Book

"In 1997 sixty-two containers fell off the cargo ship Tokio Express after it was hit by a rogue wave off the coast of Cornwall, including one container filled with nearly five million pieces of Lego, much of it sea themed. In the months that followed...

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The escape artist  by Jonathan Freedland

The escape artist

Jonathan Freedland

Book

"In April 1944 a teenager named Rudolf Vrba was planning a daring and unprecedented escape from Auschwitz. After hiding in a pile of timber planks for three days while 3,000 SS men and their bloodhounds searched for him, Vrba and his fellow escapee F...

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Us  by Terrence Real

Us

Terrence Real

Book

"You've probably heard some variation of the idea that before you can love someone else, you first have to learn to love yourself. Renowned family therapist and marriage counselor and bestselling author Terrence Real says that we've got it all wrong....

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Architectural theory

Architectural theory

Book

"If you've ever wondered what goes through architects' minds when they design buildings, you'll be happy to know that there's no shortage of brilliant reading material to satisfy your curiosity. Wading through the archives at your local library may p...

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Bludso's BBQ cookbook  by Kevin Bludso

Bludso's BBQ cookbook

Kevin Bludso

Book

"This is low and slow Texas BBQ done right: a family affair in smoke and soul, told through 75 recipes and stories from the founder of famous Los Angeles-based Bludso's BBQ. Kevin Bludso was born and raised in Compton, California, by a Black Panther-...

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Advanced bread baking at home  by Daniele Brenci

Advanced bread baking at home

Daniele Brenci

Book

"Brenci walks you through every step of his master sourdough process, including guidelines on using time and temperature to your advantage for awe inspiring bread every single time. Unlock the secrets of ancient grains, and there's even an entire cha...

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Intelligent fitness  by Simon Waterson

Intelligent fitness

Simon Waterson

Book

"A former marine, and now the film industry's most in-demand fitness trainer, Simon Waterson's client list reads like a who's who of A-list actors. He has transformed Daniel Craig into the formidable James Bond for five blockbuster films, shaped Chris...

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Feed your family  by Nicole Pisani

Feed your family

Nicole Pisani

Book

"Cooking for kids can be tricky. Whether time or cash strapped, it's tempting to turn to kids' classics, while wishing it was easier to do it better on all fronts: more exciting, more inspiring, more wholesome. Now, offering a collection of delicious...

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A (very) short history of life on Earth  by Henry Gee

A (very) short history of life on Earth

Henry Gee

Book

"In the tradition of E.H. Gombrich, Stephen Hawking, and Alan Weisman-an entertaining and uniquely informed narration of Life's life story. In the beginning, Earth was an inhospitably alien place-in constant chemical flux, covered with churning seas,...

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Java  by Barry Burd

Java

Barry Burd

Book

"If you want to learn to speak the world's most popular programming language like a native, Java For Dummies is your ideal companion. With a focus on reusing existing code, it quickly and easily shows you how to create basic Java objects, work with J...

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Adobe Premiere Pro CC  by John Carucci

Adobe Premiere Pro CC

John Carucci

Book

"When the filming stops, the real video production work begins. Ever wonder how your favorite video creators regularly put out such slick content? They're probably using Adobe Premiere Pro CC, a go-to video production app for both professional and am...

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Grant writing  by Beverly A. Browning

Grant writing

Beverly A. Browning

Book

"Browning gives you everything you need to get started with your grant application. She helps you move through the grant-writing process and apply for some of the billions of dollars available from public and private sector sources. From creating a s...

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Teach yourself visually MacBook Pro and MacBook Air  by Guy Hart-Davis

Teach yourself visually MacBook Pro and MacBook Air

Guy Hart-Davis

Book

"Step-by-step explanations and full-color screen shots show readers how to tackle more than 140 tasks on MacBook Pro or MacBook Air computers running macOS Monterey"--Publisher's description.

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Creating a forest garden  by Martin Crawford

Creating a forest garden

Martin Crawford

Book

"Forest gardening is a novel way of growing edible crops - with nature doing most of the work for you. A forest garden is modelled on young natural woodland, with a wide range of crops grown in different vertical layers. Unlike in a conventional garden,...

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Italian recipes  by Amy Riolo

Italian recipes

Amy Riolo

Book

"Your roadmap to cooking like an Italian your very own home. For those of us not lucky enough to have our very own Italian grandmother or have attended culinary school in Italy, Italian Recipes For Dummies is stepping in to fill the gap. Award-winning...

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Winslow Homer  by Stephanie L. Herdrich

Winslow Homer

Stephanie L. Herdrich

Book

"Long celebrated as the quintessential New England regionalist, Winslow Homer (1836-1910) in fact brushed a much wider canvas, traveling throughout the Atlantic world and frequently engaging in his art with issues of race, imperialism, and the enviro...

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Always delicious  by Marion Grasby

Always delicious

Marion Grasby

Book

"Cook, media publisher and businesswoman Marion Grasby loves food. Always Delicious is Marion's third cookbook and is all about the food she loves to eat. One hundred recipes that bring her joy. They are the recipes you can cook at home, with the con...

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The hypnotic gastric band  by Paul McKenna

The hypnotic gastric band

Paul McKenna

Book

"A Gastric Band is a radical, surgical operation that reduces the available space in the stomach. Paul McKenna's Hypnotic Gastric Band is a psychological procedure that can help to convince the unconscious mind that a gastric band has been fitted, so...

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The sewing machine manual  by Wendy Gardiner

The sewing machine manual

Wendy Gardiner

Book

"The perfect companion for anyone new to machine sewing, or looking for a little extra guidance, this book is packed with friendly advice, stylish projects and expert sewing tips. Sewing machine guru and popular author, Wendy Gardiner, brings you thi...

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A normal family  by Chrysta Bilton

A normal family

Chrysta Bilton

Book

"For most of her life, Chrysta Bilton was one member of a small, if dysfunctional, family of four. There was her sister, Kaitlyn, her hedonistic, glamorous, gay mum Debra, and Jeffrey, who Debra hand-picked, in an LA hairdressers, to be the father of...

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Modern tie dye  by Abi Patten

Modern tie dye

Abi Patten

Book

"Turn your wardrobe and accessories into a stylish, kaleidoscope of colour, and dip into the world of tie dye! Tie dye has taken the fashion world by storm. Once associated with the hippie movement, tie dye is now chic and edgy, and - in our eco-cons...

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Botanical watercolours through the seasons  by Sandrine Maugy

Botanical watercolours through the seasons

Sandrine Maugy

Book

"Journey through the seasons with 12 stunning step-by-step botanical paintings. This stunning book follows the rhythm of nature through the year and begins with a detailed introduction to Sandrine's ethically-sourced materials and tools, her workspace...

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Tough  by Terry Crews

Tough

Terry Crews

Book

"Terry Crews spent decades cultivating his bodybuilder physique and bravado. On the outside, he seemed invincible: he escaped his abusive father, went pro in the NFL, and broke into the glamorous world of Hollywood. But his fixation with appearing ou...

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The light pours out of me  by Rory Sullivan-Burke

The light pours out of me

Rory Sullivan-Burke

Book

"John McGeoch was the unsung hero of the post-punk era. Blazing a trail with some of Britain's biggest bands and most revered artists - Magazine, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Armoury Show and Public Image Ltd. - John left an undeniable and indelible...

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Who are ya?  by Kevin Day

Who are ya?

Kevin Day

Book

"Partly autobiographical, partly polemical, but mostly funny, Who Are Ya? is a snapshot of modern football, exploring the history of all 92 English Football League clubs. During his time as a broadcaster, Kevin Day has spoken to thousands of football...

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Killer in the Kremlin  by John Sweeney

Killer in the Kremlin

John Sweeney

Book

"A gripping and explosive account of Vladimir Putin's tyranny, charting his rise from spy to tsar, exposing the events that led to his invasion of Ukraine and his assault on Europe. In Killer in the Kremlin, award-winning journalist John Sweeney takes...

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Letters to Gwen John  by Celia Paul

Letters to Gwen John

Celia Paul

Book

"We are both painters. We can connect to each other through images, in our own unvoiced language. But I will try and reach you with words. Through talking to you I may come alive and begin to speak. Celia Paul has felt a lifelong connection to the artist...

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The voice book  by Kate DeVore

The voice book

Kate DeVore

Book

"This updated resource teaches people how to protect and improve one of their most valuable assets: their speaking voice. Simple explanations of vocal anatomy and up-to-date instruction for vocal injury prevention are accompanied by illustrations, ph...

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Left on Tenth  by Delia Ephron

Left on Tenth

Delia Ephron

Book

"If you pitched a movie about a woman in her seventies, recently widowed, who reconnects with a man she dated in college, leading to a month's long exchange of emails and the pair falling in love fifty years after their first date, the studio exec would...

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Making history  by Richard Cohen

Making history

Richard Cohen

Book

"Making history is an epic exploration of who writes about the past and how the biases of certain storytellers - whether Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare or Simon Schama - continue to influence our ideas about history (and about who we are) today. In...

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Stop investing like they tell you  by Stephen Spicer

Stop investing like they tell you

Stephen Spicer

Book

"Stop Investing Like They Tell You is a practical guide to overcoming the potentially ruinous flaws in an investment portfolio. After operating under the umbrella of a large brokerage firm for over five years, Stephen Spicer CFP® came to realize that...

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The best casserole cookbook ever  by Beatrice Ojakangas

The best casserole cookbook ever

Beatrice Ojakangas

Book

"Call it a hotdish, covered dish, or casserole-- Ojakangas helps you find one-dish meals for every season and any occasion. Many of the recipes are a blend of inspiration and what's on hand, whether that's fresh, seasonal ingredients or pantry staples....

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The magnificent book of vegetables  by Alice Hart

The magnificent book of vegetables

Alice Hart

Book

"The hunger for thoughtful, wholesome and truly delicious vegetarian recipes is only increasing, especially now that we all know that eating more veg is good for our health - and the planet. In The Magnificent Book of Vegetables, trained chef and food...

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Anna  by Amy Odell

Anna

Amy Odell

Book

"This definitive biography of legendary fashion journalist and media mogul Anna Wintour follows her journey from the trendy fashion scene of swinging 1960s London to becoming the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine"--Publisher's description.

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Constructing a nervous system  by Margo Jefferson

Constructing a nervous system

Margo Jefferson

Book

"Stunning for her daring originality, the author of Negroland gives us what she calls "a temperamental autobiography," comprised of visceral, intimate fragments that fuse criticism and memoir. Margo Jefferson constructs a nervous system with pieces o...

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The modern guide to antique jewellery  by Beth Bernstein

The modern guide to antique jewellery

Beth Bernstein

Book

"The ultimate go-to guide, The Modern Guide to Antique Jewellery takes the reader on a tour through time, venturing from the 1700s all the way through to the early 20th century. From how to look chic while wearing jewellery that outdates you by 100 years,...

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RHS orchids  by Charlotte Brooks

RHS orchids

Charlotte Brooks

Book

"A guide to the stunning collection of Orchid Award Portraits from the Lindley Collections at the Royal Horticultural Society. Contains over 130 beautiful works of art that reproduce orchids to a scientific level of precision. Studies the history of orchids...

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On mental illness.

On mental illness.

Book

"We accept without shame that most organs in our bodies might at some point develop problems and could need a bit of help. We should not make an exception of our minds. Our lives are so complicated and so filled with burdens, we should be completely....

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David Stirling  by Gavin Mortimer

David Stirling

Gavin Mortimer

Book

"Aristocrat, gambler, innovator and special forces legend, the life of David Stirling should need no retelling. His formation of the Special Air Service in the summer of 1941 led to a new form of warfare and Stirling is remembered as the father of sp...

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Kawaii crochet garden  by Melissa Bradley

Kawaii crochet garden

Melissa Bradley

Book

"Crochet a garden of kawaii happiness with this super-cute collection of 40 patterns! Cultivate a colorful world of crochet flowers, plants, and garden creatures that are perfect for gifting, and learn the simple crochet techniques needed for everything...

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Visite privée

Visite privée

Book

"Visite Privee is a fully updated follow-up to the bestselling Rendez-Vous. It showcases new portraits of passionate creatives from all over the world, in their own homes and workspaces. Creatives featured include: Gokelaere & Robinson (gallerist own...

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Living roofs  by Ashley Penn

Living roofs

Ashley Penn

Book

"A green paradise high above the city's rooftops is something so many people dream of, including city dwellers in search of peace and quiet. Whether it's a communal garden for an entire building or an exclusive personal oasis, a colorful sea of flowers,...

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The cloud revolution  by Mark P. Mills

The cloud revolution

Mark P. Mills

Book

"When it comes to predicting how technology changes our near future, there are two camps. One says we live at a time of a "new normal" where we've netted all the low-hanging fruit and ordering a ride or food on a smartphone is as good as it's going to...

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An immigrant's love letter to the West  by Konstantin Kisin

An immigrant's love letter to the West

Konstantin Kisin

Book

"For all of the West's failings - terrible food, cold weather, and questionable politicians with funny hair to name a few - it has its upsides. Konstantin would know. Growing up in the Soviet Union, he experienced first-hand the horrors of a socialist...

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The rooted life  by Justin Rhodes

The rooted life

Justin Rhodes

Book

"Permaculture expert and popular YouTube Homesteader Justin Rhodes shares the skills and the delights of becoming a part of your own food story in this inspiring and accessible and beautiful four-color invitation to a more abundant, healthy, and conn...

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100 mini cross stitch designs  by Rosemary Drysdale

100 mini cross stitch designs

Rosemary Drysdale

Book

"Cross stitch is making a big comeback with modern crafters and it's easy to see why. Providing the perfect introduction for beginners, 100 Mini Cross Stitch Designs will also appeal to intermediate and advanced cross stitchers looking for inspiration....

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Nomad at home  by Hilary Robertson

Nomad at home

Hilary Robertson

Book

"In Nomad at Home, compulsive wanderer Hilary Robertson showcases 10 unique locations and tells the stories of different nomadic tribes: the Adopters, who have left home forever and made a life elsewhere, as well as the Escapists, always on the move,...

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Modern Asian baking at home  by Kat Lieu

Modern Asian baking at home

Kat Lieu

Book

"Inspired by the global "Subtle Asian" community, Modern Asian Baking at Home features exciting, contemporary Asian-inspired ingredients and techniques bakers of all levels will want to add to their repertoires"--Publisher's description.

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Speaking with spirit  by Agapi Stassinopoulos

Speaking with spirit

Agapi Stassinopoulos

Book

"Prayer is your ongoing conversation with something larger than yourself. And similar to a mindfulness practice, a daily prayer practice has the power to change your life. Regardless of whether or not you practice organized religion, this gift is available...

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National Trust favourite recipes  by Clive Goudercourt

National Trust favourite recipes

Clive Goudercourt

Book

"80 recipes for home-cooked meals that will make your day. From the National Trust's cafes. The National Trust's cafes are a British institution, enjoyed by the millions of people who visit its historic houses and sites every year. For some visitors the...

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Mi cocina  by Rick (Chef) Martínez

Mi cocina

Rick (Chef) Martínez

Book

"An enticing, regional, and stunning exploration of Mexican cuisine from beloved food writer and host of Food52's "Sweet Heat" series, Rick Martinez. In his first, much-anticipated cookbook, New York Times contributor, Food52 columnist, and former Bon...

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Crystals  by Sadie Kadlec

Crystals

Sadie Kadlec

Book

"Access the alchemical energy of 200 crystals and harness their power to unlock your potential in every area of your life: relationships, work, creativity, and mental illness. Delve into the profound properties of each crystal to uncover unique wisdom...

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Glucose revolution  by Jessie Inchauspé

Glucose revolution

Jessie Inchauspé

Book

"Glucose, or blood sugar, is a tiny molecule in our body that has a huge impact on our health.It enters our bloodstream through the starchy or sweet foods we eat. In the past five years, scientists have discovered that glucose affects everyone - not ...

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Pink flamingos & the yellow pages  by Bob Hambly

Pink flamingos & the yellow pages

Bob Hambly

Book

"Why are wedding dresses white? What is Ketchup and Mustard Theory? And why did sixteenth-century pirates plunder ships for barrels of dead bugs? The answers all come back to colour. Colour infuses our lives with meaning, manifesting in science, lang...

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The life eclectic  by Alexander Breeze

The life eclectic

Alexander Breeze

Book

"Featuring homes of the world's most well-respected creatives, including Studio MacLean, Jane Hallworth and Luca Guadagnino, The Life Eclectic is a celebration of individuality, and embracing the joy that fluidity in taste can bring. How often have you...

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Preserving with Pomona's pectin  by Allison Carroll Duffy

Preserving with Pomona's pectin

Allison Carroll Duffy

Book

"If you've ever made jam or jelly at home, you know most recipes require more sugar than fruit--oftentimes 4 to 7 cups!--causing many people to look for other ways to preserve more naturally and with less sugar. Pomona's Pectin is the answer to this ...

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From seed to bloom  by Milli Proust

From seed to bloom

Milli Proust

Book

"Starting by tackling the principles of floristry from seed to bloom, Milli takes you through the seasons and explores the top plants to grow and how to style them. Each chapter spotlights the growing highlights of the season with top tips on how to sow,...

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Fabiano Caruana  by Andy Soltis

Fabiano Caruana

Andy Soltis

Book

"Following on from the enduring success of one of the most important chess books ever written, Bobby Fischer: My 60 Memorable Games, and the recently released Magnus Carlsen: 50 Memorable Games , celebrated chess writer Andrew Soltis delivers a book on...

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Air-fryer cookbook  by Jenny Tschiesche

Air-fryer cookbook

Jenny Tschiesche

Book

"An air-fryer is the latest kitchen must-have and this is the recipe book to go with it! This nifty, counter-top appliance is similar to an oven, as it bakes and roasts, but the key difference is its heating elements are located at the top and are enhanced...

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Assembly x64 programming in easy steps  by Mike McGrath

Assembly x64 programming in easy steps

Mike McGrath

Book

"Assembly x64 Programming in easy steps teaches how to write code to create your own computer programs in the modern x64 Assembly language on Windows. Written with beginners in mind, it shows how to: -Store and manipulate data in 64-bit registers. -C...

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Otherlands  by Thomas (Paleobiologist) Halliday

Otherlands

Thomas (Paleobiologist) Halliday

Book

"What would it be like to experience the ancient landscapes of the past as we experience the reality of nature today? To actually visit the Jurassic or Cambrian worlds, to wander among their spectacular flora and fauna, to witness their continental shifts?...

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Artek and the Aaltos

Artek and the Aaltos

Book

"Established in 1935 by the Finnish architects Aino Marsio-Aalto and Alvar Aalto and their co-founders, Maire Gullichsen and Nils-Gustav Hahl, the design company Artek created innovative interiors for distinctly modern spaces, such as cinemas and airports,...

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Wiccan feasts, celebrations, & rituals  by author Silja

Wiccan feasts, celebrations, & rituals

author Silja

Book

"The Wiccan calendar is marked by significant festivals, called sabbats. The most famous is Halloween, also known as Samhain, but you will be familiar with others, too, such as the Summer and Winter Solstices. Wiccans celebrate these sabbats with rit...

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Curate  by Lynda Gardener

Curate

Lynda Gardener

Book

"Doyenne of the unique and decorative, Australian interior stylist and boutique hotelier, Lynda Gardener, is always on the hunt for finds to enhance her homes and decorating projects. Her ability to curate and display these personal treasures has created...

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A place called home  by Cath Kidston

A place called home

Cath Kidston

Book

"Cath Kidston - queen of vintage-inspired homeware and joyously decorated spaces - grants unprecedented insight into her creative process and personal style in this lifestyle-meets-memoir-meets-interior-design book. The name 'Cath Kidston' is associa...

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Crochet cafe  by Lauren Espy

Crochet cafe

Lauren Espy

Book

"Whip up a fresh batch of amigurumi! Crochet Cafe features over 30 adorable and appetizing food-inspired amigurumi patterns. Lauren Espy, author of 2019's No. 1 best-selling amigurumi book in the United States, Whimsical Stitches, gives you the ingredients...

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Divergent mind  by Jenara Nerenberg

Divergent mind

Jenara Nerenberg

Book

"A paradigm-shifting study of neurodivergent women-those with ADHD, autism, and other sensory processing differences-exploring why these traits are overlooked in women and how society benefits from allowing their unique strengths to flourish As a suc...

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The 4-phase histamine reset plan  by Becky (Doctor of Natural Medicine) Campbell

The 4-phase histamine reset plan

Becky (Doctor of Natural Medicine) ...

Book

"Many people suffer from bothersome symptoms like hives, itchy skin, low blood pressure, heart palpitations and more without knowing that they are caused by histamine intolerance. Board-certified Doctor of Natural Medicine and author of The 30-Day Th...

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We need to talk about Putin  by Mark Galeotti

We need to talk about Putin

Mark Galeotti

Book

"Meet the world's most dangerous man. Or is he? Who is the real Vladimir Putin? What does he want? And what will he do next? Despite the millions of words written on Putin's Russia, the West still fails to truly understand one of the world's most pow...

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Organic gardening  by Charles Dowding

Organic gardening

Charles Dowding

Book

"In this book, Charles Dowding shares the wealth of his experience, explaining his approach to soil and plants and revealing the range of techniques that have enabled him to grow healthy and vibrant crops for decades. His success is based on a key principle...

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Painting 2.0

Painting 2.0

Book

""The resurgent interest in contemporary painting in recent years has coincided with an explosion of new digital media and technologies. Contrary to canonical accounts premised on medium-specificity, painting's most advanced positions since the 1960s...

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Pattern magic 3  by Tomoko Nakamichi

Pattern magic 3

Tomoko Nakamichi

Book

"In this new addition to the Pattern Magic series from Japan, Tomoko Nakamichi teaches you how to sculpt with fabric, creating beautiful shapes, waves and accents. Next, she looks at creating dynamic movement in garments, using ruffles, shirring and ...

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Crocheted sea creatures  by Vanessa Mooncie

Crocheted sea creatures

Vanessa Mooncie

Book

""This amazing collection of sea creatures to crochet will enchant children and adults alike. Inside this fun, colourful book there are 12 aquatic friends from all over the world to choose from, each with a very distinct personality. The projects vary...

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Crocheted animal hats  by Vanessa Mooncie

Crocheted animal hats

Vanessa Mooncie

Book

"Includes an illustrated techniques section explaining all the crochet know-how. It features colour photographs and step-by-step instructions to guide the reader along. Spread a little animal magic with these adorable animal hats. Adults and children...

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Tiny house living  by Ryan Mitchell

Tiny house living

Ryan Mitchell

Book

""Tiny house, large life tiny house living distills life down to that which you value most. Free yourself from clutter, mortgages and home maintenance while making more room in everyday life for the important things. Whether you downsize to a 400 squ...

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The prevent and reverse heart disease cookbook  by Ann Crile. Esselstyn

The prevent and reverse heart disease cookbook

Ann Crile. Esselstyn

Book

""The long-awaited cookbook companion to the revolutionary New York Times bestseller Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease. President Bill Clinton is just one of the more than 336,000 readers who have benefited from Caldwell B. Esselstyn's bestseller, Prevent...

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A guide to the good life  by William Braxton Irvine

A guide to the good life

William Braxton Irvine

Book

""One of the great fears many of us face is that despite all our effort and striving, we will discover at the end that we have wasted our life. In [this book], William B. Irvine plumbs the wisdom of Stoic philosophy, one of the most popular and succe...

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Rocket boys  by Homer H. Hickam

Rocket boys

Homer H. Hickam

Book

""The #1 New York Times bestselling memoir that inspired the film October Sky, Rocket Boys is a uniquely American memoir--a powerful, luminous story of coming of age at the dawn of the 1960s, of a mother's love and a father's fears, of a group of young...

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The elements  by Theodore W. Gray

The elements

Theodore W. Gray

Book

"This book features gorgeous, never-before-seen photographic representations of the 118 elements in the periodic table - plus facts, figures and fascinating stories about each one!"--Publisher's description.

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From third world to first  by Kuan Yew Lee

From third world to first

Kuan Yew Lee

Book

""Few gave tiny Singapore much chance of survival when it was granted independence in 1965. How is it, then, that today the former British colonial trading post is a thriving Asian metropolis? The story of that transformation is told here by Lee Kuan...

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