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Your spine, your yoga  by Bernie Clark

Your spine, your yoga

Bernie Clark

"Your Spine, Your Yoga is arguably the first book that looks at the spine from both the Western anatomical/biomechanical point of view and the modern yoga perspective. It is filled with detail, discussion, illustrations, and practical advice for spines...

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The atlas of happiness  by Helen Russell

The atlas of happiness

Helen Russell

A round the world trip through 33 international happiness concepts, from the bestselling author of The Year of Living Danishly, Helen Russell. Feeling terrified of that upcoming job interview? Take inspiration from the Icelanders and get some Þetta r...

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Birdstories  by Geoff Norman


Geoff Norman

"Kiwi, kākāpō, takahē, moa, tūī – these birds, and many others, are unique to Aotearoa New Zealand, and famous throughout the world. It was the 1873 publication of Walter Buller’s A History of the Birds of New Zealand that introduced overseas readers...

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Scripture, ethics, and the possibility of same-sex relationships  by Karen R. Keen

Scripture, ethics, and the possibility of same-sex relationships

Karen R. Keen

"When it comes to same-sex relationships, there is one thing we cannot forget - people, says Karen Keen. In this cogent book Keen breaks through the current stalemate in the debate surrounding faith and sexual identity by presenting fresh evidence fr...

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The art of parenting  by Dennis Rainey

The art of parenting

Dennis Rainey

In The Art of Parenting, Dennis and Barbara will help you to experience God's truth and apply his Word in your family by focusing your attention on four crucial elements in your children's lives: identity -- understanding who they are in Christ; character...

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Is gender fluid?  by Sally Hines

Is gender fluid?

Sally Hines

When we are born, we are each assigned a gender based on our physical anatomy. But why is it that some people experience such dissonance between their biological sex and their inner identity? Is gender something we are or something we do? Is our expression...

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The dumbbell workout handbook  by Michael Volkmar

The dumbbell workout handbook

Michael Volkmar

Developed by best-selling fitness author and strength and conditioning expert Mike Volkmar, this collection of dumbbell workouts will challenge you by promoting total body fitness while burning away unwanted fat. These results-oriented workouts target...

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Build the person you want to be  by Simon Rountree

Build the person you want to be

Simon Rountree

"Throughout our lives we face many challenges, both personal and professional. Often, we struggle to know how best to cope and wish we had greater personal resources to draw upon. This book can help! Based on the science and principles of positive ps...

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The toxic parents survival guide  by Bryn C. Collins

The toxic parents survival guide

Bryn C. Collins

"Free yourself from toxic parents. If you or someone you love grew up with an emotionally unavailable, narcissistic, or selfish parent, you probably struggle with residual feelings of anger, abandonment, loneliness, or shame. For anyone who endured a...

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Moodtopia  by Sara-Chana Silverstein


Sara-Chana Silverstein

"A popular herbalist's remedies and prescriptive program for emotional balance and overall health, using natural solutions such as essential oils, aromatherapy, and more. Sara-Chana Silverstein is a lactation consultant and mom to seven kids. She is also...

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Writing flash  by Fred D. White

Writing flash

Fred D. White

"Flash fiction - the art of the ultra-short story - is a challenging skill-building exercise for any writer. Learning how to compress a story to its most essential elements will make your writing vigorous, evocative, and full of emotion. ... [This bo...

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Chicken soup for the soul

Chicken soup for the soul

"Anyone who loves this joyous time of year will love these heartwarming and entertaining stories of family bonding, holiday hijinks, community spirit, and family and religious traditions. A fantastic holiday gift and a great way to start the season! ...

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Buddhism plain and simple  by Steve Hagen

Buddhism plain and simple

Steve Hagen

As the popularity of Buddhism soars, so does the complexity of Buddhist interpretation & doctrine. Buddhism Plain & Simple strips Buddhist teachings of the embellishments they have accumulated over the centuries & presents the original way of the Buddha...

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My kids can't eat that  by Christine Bailey

My kids can't eat that

Christine Bailey

"Having a child diagnosed with a food allergy, sensitivity or intolerance can be a daunting prospect. How did it happen? What can they eat? What will make the symptoms worse? And can anything make it better? Award-winning functional nutritionist Chri...

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The arsonist  by Chloe Hooper

The arsonist

Chloe Hooper

On the scorching February day in 2009 that became known as Black Saturday, a man lit two fires in Victoria's Latrobe Valley, then sat on the roof of his house to watch the inferno. In the Valley, where the rates of crime were the highest in the state,...

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The encyclopedia of woodworking techniques  by Jeremy Broun

The encyclopedia of woodworking techniques

Jeremy Broun

"This unique visual encyclopedia of woodworking techniques is the essential benchtop reference for all woodworkers. Divided into two parts, the first section introduces you to the tools, timbers and techniques that are used in basic woodworking. These...

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Healing herbal infusions  by Colleen Codekas

Healing herbal infusions

Colleen Codekas

As more people choose to live more naturally and take an active role in their health, herbalism has grown in popularity, and this book serves as wonderful introduction for the beginner. Infusions, made by steeping a botanical in liquid, are the easiest...

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Sentinels of the sea  by R. G. Grant

Sentinels of the sea

R. G. Grant

Lighthouses have always unsettled and attracted in equal measure, highlighting the triumphs and failures in humanity's battle with the forces of nature. Taking as its heroes the lighthouses themselves, Sentinels of the Sea describes the engineering genius...

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Measure for measure  by William Shakespeare

Measure for measure

William Shakespeare

This dark comedy, set in Vienna, explores virtue and sin. Claudio has been arrested for getting his mistress pregnant and Angelo, the strict, morality-spouting judge, has sentenced him to death. When Claudio's sister Isabella, a novice nun, begs Angelo...

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A short history of Western ideology  by Rolf Petri

A short history of Western ideology

Rolf Petri

"We are arguably living in a "postideological" era. However, when we tune into the TV news we can hear political leaders talk about "advanced" societies, geopolitical experts suggest "humanitarian" interventions, and sober events presenters qualify a...

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The secret life fo the human body  by John Clancy

The secret life fo the human body

John Clancy

"Most of us take our body for granted and are never aware of its amazing capabilities. This book looks at how the seven octillion atoms that make up the human body are grouped into organs, tissues, nerves, fibres, fluids and more in such a way that the...

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Have you eaten grandma?  by Gyles Daubeney Brandreth

Have you eaten grandma?

Gyles Daubeney Brandreth

"Why, like, does everyone keep saying 'like'? Why do apostrophe's keep turning up in the wrong place? Why do we get confused when using foreign phrases - and vice versa? Is it 'may be' or 'maybe'? Should it be 'past' or 'passed'? Is it 'referenda'...

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The mother of all jobs  by Christine Armstrong

The mother of all jobs

Christine Armstrong

When Christine Armstrong became a mother, it never occurred to her that she would want to stop work or even work part-time. But the truth is, combining work and small kids is hard. From the broken breast pumps on business trips, to hiding chickenpox from...

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The CSIRO healthy gut diet  by Tony Bird

The CSIRO healthy gut diet

Tony Bird

Written by a team of experienced CSIRO researchers, including nutritional scientists and dietitians, many of whom are internationally recognised authorities in nutrition and gut health, this book contains simple, practical advice and a wide range of ...

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Sh*t towns of New Zealand.

Sh*t towns of New Zealand.

Laid-back Kiwi humour at its best, this will have you laughing out loud and cringing in recognition at the same time. Based on the hugely popular Facebook page 'Shit Towns of New Zealand', this book describes New Zealand's towns and suburbs from the ...

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Suffering  by Paul David Tripp


Paul David Tripp

"Sometimes life just hurts. Out of nowhere, death, illness, unemployment, or a difficult relationship can change our lives and challenge everything we thought we knew--leaving us feeling unable to cope. But, in the midst if all this pain and confusion,...

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Life on earth  by David Attenborough

Life on earth

David Attenborough

A new, beautifully illustrated edition of David Attenborough's groundbreaking Life on Earth. David Attenborough's meeting with gorillas was one of the most unforgettable moments for millions of television viewers. With Life on Earth, Attenborough created...

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The Battle of Arnhem  by Antony Beevor

The Battle of Arnhem

Antony Beevor

"On September 17, 1944, General Kurt Student, the founder of Nazi Germany's parachute forces, heard the groaning roar of airplane engines. He went out onto his balcony above the flat landscape of southern Holland to watch the air armada of Dakotas and...

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Australian heist  by James (Reporter) Phelps

Australian heist

James (Reporter) Phelps

On 15 June 1862, a gang of bushrangers held up a gold escort at Eugowra, just east of Forbes, NSW. They escaped with a pile of cash and 77 kilograms of gold, worth about 10 million today. It remains the largest gold robbery in Australian history.

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Old Toffer's book of consequential dogs  by Christopher Reid

Old Toffer's book of consequential dogs

Christopher Reid

A collection of humourous dog poems.

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Fully alive  by Susie Larson

Fully alive

Susie Larson

The author shares her personal insights and perspectives on how emotional, spiritual and physical health are interconnected and how to heal by building on your faith.

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Complete German grammar  by Edward Swick

Complete German grammar

Edward Swick

The only way to build your confidence is to practice, practice, practice. From the present tense of regular verbs to direct object pronouns, Practice Makes Perfect: Complete German Grammar is the go-to guide for all aspects of German grammar that you...

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Mussolini and Hitler  by Christian Goeschel

Mussolini and Hitler

Christian Goeschel

"From 1934 until 1944 Mussolini met Hitler numerous times, and the two developed a relationship that deeply affected both countries. While Germany is generally regarded as the senior power, Christian Goeschel demonstrates just how much history has...

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You are enough  by Mandy Hale

You are enough

Mandy Hale

"After years of trying to prove she was enough in the world's eyes, even working alongside Oprah and hitting the New York Times bestseller list, Mandy hit rock bottom. But as it turned out, that very rock bottom became the most firm foundation she had...

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The Book of Revelation  by Timothy K. (Timothy Kandler) Beal

The Book of Revelation

Timothy K. (Timothy Kandler) Beal

"Few biblical books have been as revered and reviled as Revelation. Many hail it as the pinnacle of prophetic vision, the cornerstone of the biblical canon, and, for those with eyes to see, the key to understanding the past, present, and future. Othe...

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Einstein's shadow  by Seth Fletcher

Einstein's shadow

Seth Fletcher

Traces the efforts of an elite scientific team who tested Einstein's theory of relativity during a historic mission to photograph a black hole, addressing key questions about time, space, and the nature of the universe.

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Born to walk  by James Earls

Born to walk

James Earls

"The ability to walk upright on two legs is one of the major traits that define us as humans; yet, scientists still aren't sure why we evolved to walk as we do. In Born to Walk, author James Earls explores the mystery of our evolution by describing in...

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God is young  by Pope Francis

God is young

Pope Francis

"Pope Francis examines the role of millennials in the future of the Catholic Church in this urgent call to believers of all generations to work together to build a better world. Since his election in 2013, Pope Francis has reinvigorated the Catholic...

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Worship changes everything  by Darlene Zschech

Worship changes everything

Darlene Zschech

A Christian singer and songwriter presents a definition of worship and shares with readers how to let wonder and worship pervade their daily lives.

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Truth speaks to power  by Walter Brueggemann

Truth speaks to power

Walter Brueggemann

World-renowned biblical interpreter Walter Brueggemann invites readers to take a closer look at the subversive messages found within the Old Testament. Brueggemann asserts that the Bible presents a "sustained contestation" over truth, in which establ...

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Nutrition in immune balance (NIMBAL) therapy  by David L Suskind

Nutrition in immune balance (NIMBAL) therapy

David L Suskind

We are what we eat. Each year in America thousands of kids and adults are diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in the form of ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. The incidence of IBD continues to rise, and a major culprit is our food.....

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Losing touch  by Jonathan Cole

Losing touch

Jonathan Cole

"What is like to live without touch or movement/position sense (proprioception)? The only way to understand the importance of these senses, so familiar we cannot imagine their absence, is to ask someone in that position. Ian Waterman lost them below the...

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Nervous states  by William Davies

Nervous states

William Davies

"How have feelings come to shape the world around us? Why do we no longer trust experts, facts and statistics? Why has politics become so fractious and warlike? What caused the populist political upheavals of recent years? How can the history of ideas...

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Shame  by Joseph (Psychologist) Burgo


Joseph (Psychologist) Burgo

"Encounters with embarrassment, guilt, self-consciousness and remorse are an unavoidable part of everyday life, and they sometimes have lessons to teach us - about our goals and values, about the person we expect ourselves to be. Richly illustrated w...

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Political correctness gone mad?  by Stephen Fry

Political correctness gone mad?

Stephen Fry

"`Without free speech there is no true thought.' -Jordan Peterson `You're telling me I'm being sensitive, and students looking for safe spaces that they're being hypersensitive. If you're white, this country is one giant safe space.' -Michael Eric Dyson...

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Jamie's Friday night feast cookbook  by Jamie Oliver

Jamie's Friday night feast cookbook

Jamie Oliver

"The best of the best food the hit TV series Jamie & Jimmy's Friday Night Feast. Packed with show-stopping dishes for the weekend and special occasions, this is the ultimate in indulgent food. Learn and master the dishes made in the famous caff on So...

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The American trajectory  by David Ray Griffin

The American trajectory

David Ray Griffin

"Traces the trajectory of the American Empire from its founding through to the end of the 20th century. This book demonstrates the falsity of the claim for American exceptionalism, a secular version of the old idea that America has been divinely founded...

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Single by chance, mothers by choice  by Rosanna Hertz

Single by chance, mothers by choice

Rosanna Hertz

"A remarkable number of women today are taking the daunting step of having children outside of marriage. In Single By Chance, Mothers By Choice, Rosanna Hertz offers the first full-scale account of this fast-growing phenomenon, revealing why these middle...

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Unsavory truth  by Marion Nestle

Unsavory truth

Marion Nestle

"Is chocolate heart-healthy? Does yogurt prevent type 2 diabetes? Do pomegranates help cheat death? News accounts bombard us with such amazing claims, report them as science, and influence what we eat. Yet, as Marion Nestle explains, these studies are...

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The future of capitalism  by Paul Collier

The future of capitalism

Paul Collier

"Deep new rifts are tearing apart the fabric of Britain and other Western societies: thriving cities versus the provinces, the highly skilled elite versus the less educated, wealthy versus developing countries. As these divides deepen, we have lost the...

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#DoNotDisturb  by Jedediah Bila


Jedediah Bila

"The network and cable television personality shares her personal journey through the tumult of technology, in which she experiences the horrors and dangers of our smart-phone, social media, tech-polluted world, explores the reasons behind it, and reveals...

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20th-century fashion in detail  by Claire Wilcox

20th-century fashion in detail

Claire Wilcox

"Revealing the elaborate embroidery, intricate pleats and daring cuts that make up some of the 20th century's most beautiful garments, this book explores the specific techniques used by couturiers as tastes and textile technologies evolved. Work by d...

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Around the world in 80 words  by Paul Anthony Jones

Around the world in 80 words

Paul Anthony Jones

"Paul Anthony Jones reveals the intriguing tales behind how 80 different places came to be immortalised in our language. Beginning in London and heading through Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, the Americas, then back to London again, each chapter leads...

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Atomic habits  by James Clear

Atomic habits

James Clear

James Clear, an expert on habit formation, reveals practical strategies that will teach you how to form good habits, break bad ones, and master the tiny behaviors that lead to remarkable results. He draws on proven ideas from biology, psychology, and...

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A Tudor Christmas  by Alison Weir

A Tudor Christmas

Alison Weir

"Christmas in Tudor times was a period of feasting, revelry and merrymaking 'to drive the cold winter away?. A carnival atmosphere presided at court, with a twelve-day-long festival of entertainments, pageants, theatre productions and 'disguisings?, when...

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New Jerusalem  by Paul Ham

New Jerusalem

Paul Ham

"In February 1534 a radical religious sect whose disciples were being persecuted throughout Europe seized the city of Munster, in the German-speaking land of Westphalia.They were convinced that they were God's Elect, specially chosen by the Almighty to...

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Saving Mona Lisa  by Gerri Chanel

Saving Mona Lisa

Gerri Chanel

"in August 1939, curators at the Louvre nestled the world's most famous painting into a special red velvet-lined case and spirited her away to the Loire Valley. Thus began the biggest evacuation of art and antiquities in history. As the Germans neared...

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Lost railway journeys  by Anthony J. Lambert

Lost railway journeys

Anthony J. Lambert

"From the great cathedral-like railways stations of the steam age to obscure lines built through spectacular landscapes to open up countries before the advent of motorised road transport, this book is a celebration of our lost railway heritage and the...

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Paperback crush  by Gabrielle Moss

Paperback crush

Gabrielle Moss

"Every twenty- or thirty-something woman knows these books. The pink covers, the flimsy paper, the zillion volumes in the series that kept you reading for your entire adolescence. Spurred by the commercial success of Sweet Valley High and The Babysitters...

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Fierce fairytales  by Nikita Gill

Fierce fairytales

Nikita Gill

Feminist fairytales for young and old. Reimagining traditional tales, this empowering collection of stories, poems and beautiful hand-drawn illustrations gives Once Upon a Time a much-needed modern makeover. Gone are the gender stereotypes of obliging...

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Octopus, squid & cuttlefish  by Roger T. Hanlon

Octopus, squid & cuttlefish

Roger T. Hanlon

"Largely shell-less relatives of clams and snails, the marine mollusks in the class Cephalopoda--Greek for head-foot --are colorful creatures of many-armed dexterity, often inky self-defense, and highly evolved cognition. They are capable of learning,...

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National populism  by Roger Eatwell

National populism

Roger Eatwell

"Across much of the West, especially in Europe and the US, national populism is now a serious force. Our argument in this book is that to really make sense of this movement we need to take a step back and look at the deep, long-term trends that have ...

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All new bathroom ideas that work  by David Schiff

All new bathroom ideas that work

David Schiff

"Bathroom remodeling continues to top the list of the most common remodeling projects. All New Bathroom Ideas that Work contains essential information on all aspects of a bathroom update or complete remodel, from fixtures to lighting and cabinetry to...

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Wilderness of mirrors  by David C. Martin

Wilderness of mirrors

David C. Martin

"At the dawn of the Cold War, the world's most important intelligence agencies--the Soviet KGB, the American CIA, and the British MI6--appeared to have clear-cut roles and a sense of rising importance in their respective countries. But when Kim Philby,...

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"In this important and timely publication, top international scholars present current research and developments about the art, archaeology, and history of the ancient city of Palmyra, a UNESCO World Heritage site located in Syria. Palmyra became trag...

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Ayurveda  by Reenita Malhotra Hora


Reenita Malhotra Hora

"Ayurveda dates back more than five thousand years. It provides a holistic approach to healthy living and aids us in enhancing our physical, mental, social, and spiritual harmony. [This book] is [a] ... guide to this traditional system of medicine, b...

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游戏力. by Lawrence J. (Child psychologist) Cohen


Lawrence J. (Child psychologist) Co...

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游戏力. by Lawrence J. (Child psychologist) Cohen


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抗衰老饮食  by Robert C. (Robert Charles) Atkins


Robert C. (Robert Charles) Atkins

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Knitting by Alison Ellen


Alison Ellen

"Knitting is one of the most versatile and exciting of textile structures. This book rediscovers its potential by exploring new ideas for design through the power of the stitch. Written for the dedicated knitter, it goes into the fine detail of how k...

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The Penguin book of outer space exploration

The Penguin book of outer space exploration

Using items in the NASA archive together with expert narrative guidance, this history of how Americans got to space begins with Wernher von Braun's vision for voyaging to Mars and ends with Elon Musk's contemporary plan to get there. It covers the founding...

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Overcoming anger and irritability  by William Davies

Overcoming anger and irritability

William Davies

"Constant irritability or flashes of bad temper can cause difficulties in relationships with friends, family or colleagues and leave us feeling unhappy and exhausted. This fully updated and revised edition of William Davies' bestselling title is for ...

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The best damn answers to life's hardest questions  by Tess Koman

The best damn answers to life's hardest questions

Tess Koman

"A hilarious and utterly relatable collection of flowcharts, rants, and lists about adulting. A humorous guide to adulthood in a collection of 54 charmingly illustrated flowcharts and pros-and-cons lists that each address an all-too-real question, from...

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The little book of self-care

The little book of self-care

"This beautiful, inspiring book features 100 accessible activities that help you reconnect with your body, mind, spirit, and surroundings, and leave you feeling refreshed and ready to face the world again. Self-care is an essential part of wellness....

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DIY solar power  by Micah Toll

DIY solar power

Micah Toll

"Are you a hands on person? Do you prefer making things yourself? Are you ready to power everything - from your devices to your home - with solar energy? If so, then this book is for you! We'll cover everything you need to know about solar power. Fro...

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DIY lithium batteries  by Micah Toll

DIY lithium batteries

Micah Toll

"Follow along as we learn about lithium batteries and how they work. Together we will cover every type of lithium battery cell on the market today and learn how each one is suited for particular projects. Each type of lithium battery cell has its own...

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The beginning and end of rape  by Sarah Deer

The beginning and end of rape

Sarah Deer

"Despite what major media sources say, violence against Native women is not an epidemic. An epidemic is biological and blameless. Violence against Native women is historical and political, bounded by oppression and colonial violence. This book, like all...

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Bat  by Tessa Laird


Tessa Laird

"Bats have been misunderstood and maligned in the West for centuries. Unfair associations with demons have seen their leathery wings adorn numerous evil characters, from the Devil to Bram Stoker’s Dracula. But these amazing animals are ecological sup...

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Fertility astrology  by Nicola Smuts-Allsop

Fertility astrology

Nicola Smuts-Allsop

"Despite incredible and previously undreamed-of advances in modern medicine, for many women the issue of infertility remains a heart-breaking reality. Using a combination of traditional and modern astrological techniques, the author has delved deeply...

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The house that Dorothy built  by Dorothy Ainsworth

The house that Dorothy built

Dorothy Ainsworth

If you dream of getting back to the land but you’re economically challenged, Dorothy tells how she did it—and how you can do it too. No previous experience is required—you can learn as you go and pay as you go. All you need is the courage to get started...

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Cambridge English. 3 Advanced.

Cambridge English. 3 Advanced.

"Cambridge English Advanced 3 contains four tests for the Advanced exam, also known as Certificate in Advanced English (CAE). These examination papers for the Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) exam provide the most authentic exam preparation availab...

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Radically happy  by Phakchok Rinpoche

Radically happy

Phakchok Rinpoche

"In Radically Happy, a meditating Silicon Valley entrepreneur teams up with a young, insightful, and traditionally educated Tibetan Rinpoche. Together they present a path to radical happiness—a sense of well-being that you can access anytime but espe...

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The future is female!

The future is female!

"Bending and stretching its conventions to imagine new, more feminist futures and new ways of experiencing gender, visionary women writers have been from the beginning an essential if often overlooked force in American science fiction. Two hundred years...

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Fighters over Malta  by Brian Cull

Fighters over Malta

Brian Cull

"Brian Cull's definitive `Fighters over Malta: Gladiators and Hurricanes 1940-1942' is a highly detailed account of the gallant band of RAF and Commonwealth pilots who flew Gladiators and Hurricanes in defence of Malta between June 1940 and April 1942,...

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NASA (National Aeronautics and space administration) operations manual  by David Baker

NASA (National Aeronautics and space administration) operations manual

David Baker

"This book provides, for the first time, a comprehensive manual explaining how NASA works and operates its various programmes, opening the door to NASA facilities across the United States. The down-to-earth text provides a directory of information on...

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Becoming  by Michelle Obama


Michelle Obama

"An intimate, powerful, and inspiring memoir by the former First Lady of the United States of America. In a life filled with meaning and accomplishment, Michelle Obama has emerged as one of the most iconic and compelling women of our era. As America's...

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Back to Black  by Kehinde Andrews

Back to Black

Kehinde Andrews

Born out of resistance to slavery and colonialism, the Black radical tradition has a long and proud history, one which reaches from Marcus Garvey and the Black Panthers to the Black Lives Matter activists of today. And yet, the Black radical tradition...

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