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Walking with God through pain and suffering  by Timothy Keller

Walking with God through pain and suffering

Timothy Keller

"The problem of pain is a perennial one; and for those who undergo particular sufferings it can often be the largest obstacle for trusting in a good and loving God. If such a God exists, why is there so much suffering in the world? And how do we deal with it...

Made for this moment  by Madison Prewett

Made for this moment

Madison Prewett

"In Made for This Moment, Madison Prewett from season 24 of The Bachelor will help you turn pressure from the world into power in your soul so you can stand up, speak out, and be exactly who God created you to be when your moment comes"--Publisher's...

Life and language beyond Earth  by Raymond Hickey

Life and language beyond Earth

Raymond Hickey

"Are we alone in the universe? If other lifeforms exist, how might their languages have evolved? Could we ever understand them, even learn their languages? This highly original, thought-provoking book explores how human life evolved on our own planet in order...

Dictionary of classic mythology  by Jennifer R. March

Dictionary of classic mythology

Jennifer R. March

"Jenny March's acclaimed Dictionary of Classical Mythology, first published in 1998 but long out of print, has been extensively revised and expanded including a completely new set of beautiful line-drawing illustrations for this Oxbow edition. It is a...

The joy of Costco  by David N. Schwartz

The joy of Costco

David N. Schwartz

"The book is a celebration of Costco, the global warehouse retail club. It is filled with fun facts and stories about Costco and its predecessor companies, FedMart and Price Club. Organized alphabetically by topic, with a brief introduction that provides the...

French in 10 minutes a day  by Kristine Kershul

French in 10 minutes a day

Kristine Kershul

"A series of ten-minute French language lessons introducing key words and phrases. Also includes tips for travelers visiting France, flash cards to photocopy and a menu guide"--Publisher's description.

Barron's AP French language and culture premium  by Eliane Kurbegov

Barron's AP French language and culture premium

Eliane Kurbegov

"Barron's AP French Language and Culture Premium, Fifth Edition includes in-depth content review, practice, and online audio. It's the only book you'll need to be prepared for exam day"--Publisher's description.

The Pioneer Woman cooks  by Ree Drummond

The Pioneer Woman cooks

Ree Drummond

"In The Pioneer Woman Cooks--Dinner's Ready you'll find lots of new dishes to fit your schedule, whether you're in a hurry to get supper made or simply want to get out of the kitchen quicker to spend time doing other things you enjoy (even if that's curling up...

Rare air  by Sarah Kaizar

Rare air

Sarah Kaizar

"RARE AIR, the culmination of artist Sarah Kaizar's dedication to illustrating endangered fauna, features 66 endangered species of flight-33 birds, 5 bats, 12 bees, and 16 butterflies-presented in her scientifically accurate and utterly engaging pen-and-ink...

Japanese from zero! 5  by George Trombley

Japanese from zero! 5

George Trombley

"Japanese From Zero! is an innovative and integrated approach to learning Japanese that was developed by professional Japanese interpreter George Trombley, Yukari Takenaka and has been refined for over fifteen years in the classroom by native Japanese...

Japanese from zero! 1  by George Trombley

Japanese from zero! 1

George Trombley

"Japanese From Zero! is an innovative and integrated approach to learning Japanese that was developed by professional Japanese interpreter George Trombley, Yukari Takenaka and was continuously refined over eight years in the classroom by native Japanese...

Japanese from zero! 4  by George Trombley

Japanese from zero! 4

George Trombley

"Japanese From Zero! is an innovative and integrated approach to learning Japanese that was developed by professional Japanese interpreter George Trombley, Yukari Takenaka and was continuously refined over eight years in the classroom by native Japanese...

The Financial Times essential guide to writing a business plan  by Vaughan Evans

The Financial Times essential guide to writing a business plan

Vaughan Evans

""This book will show you how to design, craft and shape a plan to the needs of your backer. It places great emphasis on the specific challenges faced by start-ups, has new chapters on pitching the plan and performing against plan and new appendices on...

Dark PR  by Grant Ennis

Dark PR

Grant Ennis

"'Think global, act local!' 'Be the change you want to see in the world!' 'Every little bit counts!' We can all get on board with such sentiments, right? That, of course, is exactly what corporate spin-masters across the world are banking on. By weaponizing...

Mending life  by Sonya Montenegro

Mending life

Sonya Montenegro

"Mending Life is a beautifully illustrated, practical tool kit for repairing the clothes and belongings we love. It is also an exploration of how mending can be a gently healing practice in our daily lives and a small act of rebellion in a world where many...



"Presents a phrasebook covering basic Mandarin Chinese language words and phrases for common situations"--Publisher's description.

Quechua phrasebook & dictionary.

Quechua phrasebook & dictionary.

"Lonely Planet's Quechua Phrasebook & Dictionary is your handy passport to culturally enriching travels with the most relevant and useful Quechua phrases and vocabulary for all your travel needs. Ask for hiking directions, learn about local culture and shop at...



"Anyone can speak another language! It's all about confidence. The mother tongue of illustrious personalities such as Copernicus, Chopin, Joseph Conrad, Marie Curie and Pope John Paul II has a fascinating and turbulent past and symbolises the resilience of the...

Short stories in Russian for intermediate learners  by Olly Richards

Short stories in Russian for intermediate learners

Olly Richards

"Short Stories in Russian for Intermediate Learners is an unmissable collection of eight entertaining short stories for adult and young adult learners looking to expand their language skills in Russian. These stories are carefully written to give you a rich...

The emperors  by Gareth Russell

The emperors

Gareth Russell

"On 28 June 1914, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was assassinated on a visit to Sarajevo by a Serbian nationalist. The assassination set in motion the events that led to the outbreak of the First World War, bringing down the Austro-Hungarian Empire,...

My promised land  by Ari Shavit

My promised land

Ari Shavit

"A groundbreaking and authoritative examination of Israel by one of the most influential columnists writing about the Middle East today. Facing unprecedented internal and external pressures, Israel today is at a moment of existential crisis. My Promised Land...

Incognito  by David Eagleman


David Eagleman

"In this sparkling and provocative book, renowned neuroscientist David Eagleman navigates the depths of the subconscious brain. Taking in brain damage, plane spotting, dating, drugs, beauty, infidelity, synaesthesia, criminal law, artificial intelligence and...

Walking New York  by Katherine Cancila

Walking New York

Katherine Cancila

"National Geographic Walking Guide New York shows you the most important destinations to visit, the most popular places of interest, and the best restaurants you don't want to miss. Visit the island of Manhattan and its five neighborhoods, each with its own...

Everyday Reiki  by Dawn McLaughlin

Everyday Reiki

Dawn McLaughlin

"For Reiki students or seasoned healers to help them connect with the universal healing energy for the self and others. Includes supplemental material for Reiki students who have completed Reiki 1 and guidance for the first post-forty-day milestone. Also for...

Animal magic  by Rieka Moonsong

Animal magic

Rieka Moonsong

"In Animal Magic, unlock the magical powers, guidance, and protections offered by animals while calling on mystical animal energy with magic, spells, and meditations to strengthen your craft"--Publisher's description.

Candle magic  by Minerva Radcliffe

Candle magic

Minerva Radcliffe

"With Candle Magic, invite the power of light to bring joy, passion, comfort, and energy to your daily life. Harness the power of light with this collection of rituals and spells for seasoned witches, curious mystics, and new practitioners alike. Light is...

Pendulum magic  by Fortuna Noir

Pendulum magic

Fortuna Noir

"Harness the power of the pendulum-learn to use a simple crystal or weight suspended from a string to receive guidance from the spirit world. Used for dowsing and divination, the pendulum is a magical tool essential to every witch's practice. With the help of...

Cuba  by Ray Bartlett


Ray Bartlett

"Lonely Planet's Cuba is our most comprehensive guide that extensively covers all the country has to offer, with recommendations for both popular and lesser-known experiences. Enjoy the live music scene in Havana, explore historic Habana Vieja, and trek up...

Panama  by Harmony Difo


Harmony Difo

"Lonely Planet's Panama is our most comprehensive guide that extensively covers all the country has to offer, with recommendations for both popular and lesser-known experiences. Explore Panama City, surf at Santa Catalina, and dive at Parque Nacional Coiba;...

Bhutan  by author Fegent-Brown Lindsay


author Fegent-Brown Lindsay

"Lonely Planet's Bhutan is our most comprehensive guide that extensively covers all the country has to offer, with recommendations for both popular and lesser-known experiences. Join the pilgrims at Changangkha Lhakhang, Hike to Taktshang Goemba, and explore...

Madagascar  by Nandih Andrianarisoa


Nandih Andrianarisoa

"Lonely Planet's Madagascar is our most comprehensive guide that extensively covers all the country has to offer, with recommendations for both popular and lesser-known experiences. Spot chameleons and lemurs in national parks, haggle like a local in...

The state of capitalism  by Costas Lapavitsas

The state of capitalism

Costas Lapavitsas

"Thinking beyond pandemic capitalism. The health emergency that broke out in 2020 is a landmark event in the development of capitalism, confirming the underlying change signalled by the Great Crisis of 2007-9. The pandemic has catapulted the state to the...

No crying in baseball  by Erin Carlson

No crying in baseball

Erin Carlson

"No Crying in Baseball is a rollicking, revelatory deep dive into a one of a kind film. Before A League of Their Own, few American girls could imagine themselves playing professional ball (and doing it better than the boys). But Penny Marshall's genre outlier...

The forest brotherhood  by Dan Kaszeta

The forest brotherhood

Dan Kaszeta

"A common view is that the Second World War in Europe ended in May 1945. But fighting continued for over a decade in the Baltic states. Stuck between two totalitarian regimes-Stalin's USSR and Hitler's Reich-the populations of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania had...

On Czesław Miłosz  by Eva Hoffman

On Czesław Miłosz

Eva Hoffman

"Czeslaw Milosz (1911-2004) was one of the great literary voices of the twentieth century, in no small part because he very much lived the events and ideologies of that century. Born into a Polish family in what was then the western fringe of the Russian...

The new rules of menopause  by Stephanie S. Faubion

The new rules of menopause

Stephanie S. Faubion

"The ultimate guide, offering real talk about menopause, straight, honest info for managing symptoms and the keys to optimizing your health for the long run--from one of the top doctors in the field of women's health and other experts from Mayo...

Enough  by Cassidy Hutchinson


Cassidy Hutchinson

"Cassidy Hutchinson's desk was mere steps from the most controversial president in recent American history. Now, she provides a riveting account of her extraordinary experiences as an idealistic young woman thrust into the middle of a national crisis, where...

Target Tehran  by Yonah Jeremy Bob

Target Tehran

Yonah Jeremy Bob

"Drawing on confidential sources in Mossad, Israel's equivalent to our CIA, Bob and Evyatar, reporters for The Jerusalem Post, tell the remarkable story behind the most stunning development in the Middle East in recent years: the Abraham Accords that...

Rules  by Lorraine Daston


Lorraine Daston

"A panoramic history of rules in the Western world. Rules order almost every aspect of our lives. They set our work hours, dictate how we drive and set the table, tell us whether to offer an extended hand or cheek in greeting, and organize the rites of life,...

Forgotten manuscript  by Sergio Chejfec

Forgotten manuscript

Sergio Chejfec

"The perfect green notebook forms the basis for Sergio Chejfec's work, collecting writing, and allowing it to exist in a state of permanent possibility, or, as he says, "The written word is also capable of waiting for the next opportunity to appear and to...

Breaking Biden  by Alex Marlow

Breaking Biden

Alex Marlow

"Over his 50-year career in Washington, Joe Biden has become known for his wild dishonesty, embarrassing policy failings, and an absolute lack of accountability, culminating in his predictably unpopular presidency. But what has not yet been revealed is the...

Transland  by Mx Sly


Mx Sly

"A memoir of transformation and self-discovery that explores fetish communities from a gender diverse perspective. Transland is a fiery and revealing memoir that explores what happens when a non-binary person goes looking for self-worth and a sense of...

Simply put  by Ben Guttmann

Simply put

Ben Guttmann

"Stop complicating everything! Simple messages and ideas are more powerful, more memorable, and win people over. We often sabotage ourselves by using complicated words and ideas to make our message seem more important. Do you want your colleagues and customers...

A bold return to giving a damn  by Will Harris

A bold return to giving a damn

Will Harris

"From a pioneer of the regenerative agriculture movement, a memoir-meets-manifesto on betting the farm on a better future for our food, animals, land, local communities, and our climate. Featured in Food and Country, premiering at Sundance 2023. Raised as a...

Succulents for your home and garden  by Gideon Smith

Succulents for your home and garden

Gideon Smith

"Part gardening book and part craft book, this complete guide will not only show you basic growing techniques for nearly 200 succulent varieties, but it will also show you how to make high-quality succulent crafts too! Succulents for Your Home and Garden...

The seaweed revolution  by Vincent Doumeizel

The seaweed revolution

Vincent Doumeizel

"The seaweed revolution is a fresh hope for tomorrow. Seaweed develops in water everywhere, from the eternal glaciers to lagoons heated by the sun, from seas saturated with salt to the fresh water of our rivers. Yet we only know how to cultivate a few dozen...

Honey bee biology  by Brian R. Johnson

Honey bee biology

Brian R. Johnson

"It is not an exaggeration to say that the honey bee is the most well understood insect. We know more about Drosophila genetics, but our integrative understanding of that species pales in comparison to our understanding of every facet of honey bee biology....

Recipes for an aching heart  by Laura Lea

Recipes for an aching heart

Laura Lea

"Have you ever been in a period of life where normal, everyday responsibilities feel overwhelming? Where even getting out of bed in the morning is a feat, let alone making a meal for yourself and your family? If so, this book is for you. This might be a time...

How to make wood signs  by Kendra Chura

How to make wood signs

Kendra Chura

"A must-have woodworking book for both aspiring and advanced crafters and DIYers, Making Custom Signs in Wood will show you everything you need to know to create beautifully handmade scroll saw art and wooden signs Featuring comprehensive opening sections on...

Beauty in bloom  by Debi Shapiro

Beauty in bloom

Debi Shapiro

"A poppy bud captured moments before blossoming. A statuesque tuberose as if carved out of alabaster. A pair of delicate pink dahlias joined like two starfish floating in the sea. Beauty in Bloom is the debut collection of work by Debi Shapiro, a visual artist...

The world of Guweiz  by Zheng Wei Gu

The world of Guweiz

Zheng Wei Gu

"Following on from his first book, Guweiz: The Art of Gu Zheng Wei, the artist now takes us deeper into his world of absorbing manga-style art, discussing the storytelling in his work and his evolution as an artist. Fans will discover new insights into the...

Take the slow road  by Martin Dorey

Take the slow road

Martin Dorey

"The ultimate guide to the very best scenic and fun routes for camper vans and motorhomes around the mountains, coastlines and winding roads of beautiful Spain and Portugal. Forget hurrying. Forget putting your foot down and racing through sweeping bends....

Holy unhappiness  by Amanda Held Opelt

Holy unhappiness

Amanda Held Opelt

"American Christians have developed a long list of expectations about what the life with God will feel like. Many Christians rightly deny the Prosperity Gospel-the idea that God wants you to be healthy and wealthy- but instead embrace its more subtle spin-off,...

Riding with Cochise  by Steve Price

Riding with Cochise

Steve Price

"Riding With Cochise brings the violent drama of the American Southwest to life through the eyes of the legendary Apache chieftain Cochise and three other tribal leaders, Geronimo, Victorio, and Mangas Coloradas. Relying largely on the oral histories told by...

The pandemic divide

The pandemic divide

"As COVID-19 made inroads in the United States in spring 2020, a common refrain rose above the din: "We're all in this together." However, the full picture was far more complicated-and far less equitable. Black and Latinx populations suffered illnesses,...

Stiff  by Mary Roach


Mary Roach

"For two thousand years, cadavers - some willingly, some unwittingly - have been involved in science's boldest strides and weirdest undertakings. They've tested France's first guillotines, ridden the NASA Space Shuttle, been crucified in a Parisian laboratory...

Bobby Fischer teaches chess  by Bobby Fischer

Bobby Fischer teaches chess

Bobby Fischer

"This book is essentially a teaching machine. The way a teaching machine works is: It asks you a question. If you give the right answer, it goes on to the next question. If you give the wrong answer, it tells you why the answer is wrong and tells you to go...



"This was a year of consequential decisions - not just for Australia, but the world. In Australia, the year was dominated by a historic referendum on the Voice to Parliament, transforming its military to respond to the shifting security challenges in the...

Straw plaiting  by Veronica Main

Straw plaiting

Veronica Main

"Straw plaiting has been used to make accessories from hats and baskets to handbags, trimmings and homewares around the world for centuries. Once employing tens of thousands of people in the UK alone, the craft is now listed as Critically Endangered on...

Lego space: 1978-1992  by Tim (founder of New Elementary) Johnson

Lego space: 1978-1992

Tim (founder of New Elementary) Joh...

"An oversized full-color hardcover volume exploring the birth and early life of LEGOª Space-the iconic toy line that inspired imagination and exploration the world over! LEGO toys have sparked creativity and joy for generations, delighting families with each...

Foundations of Russian culture  by Aleksandr Shmeman

Foundations of Russian culture

Aleksandr Shmeman

"Protopresbyter Alexander Schmemann (1921-1983), an outstanding figure of the Orthodox Christian Church and a theologian analyzes the history of Russian culture from the introduction of Christianity in Kievan Rus' to the twentieth century including the...

Blood in the machine  by Brian Merchant

Blood in the machine

Brian Merchant

"The most urgent story in modern tech begins not in Silicon Valley but two hundred years ago in rural England, when workers known as the Luddites rose up rather than starve at the hands of factory owners who were using automated machines to erase their...

The flirtation of girls  by Sara M. Saleh

The flirtation of girls

Sara M. Saleh

"A stunning collection from Sydney poet, human rights activist, community organiser, and refugee campaigner Sara M Saleh.The Flirtation of Girls/Ghazal el-Banat is a dazzling collection that examines and represents the complexity of Arab-Australian Muslim...

Made in Taiwan  by Clarissa Wei

Made in Taiwan

Clarissa Wei

"Taipei-based food journalist Clarissa Wei presents Made in Taiwan, a cookbook that celebrates the island nation?s unique culinary identity?despite a refusal by the Chinese government to recognize its sovereignty. The expansive book contains deeply researched...

Harry Potter herbology magic  by Jim Charlier

Harry Potter herbology magic

Jim Charlier

"Bring Herbology into your garden with this magical book inspired by the Harry Potter films. Packed with gardening tips, wizarding-world inspired terrariums, and enchanting uses for a wide range of plants, Harry Potter: Herbology Magic is an indispensable...

My Darlinghurst

My Darlinghurst

"My Darlinghurst profiles this colourful neighbourhood, revealing the stories of its migrant and Indigenous residents, the razor gangs and brothels, the soldiers and wharfies, and the artists and LGBTQIA+ communities who have made - and continue to make -...

Beetles of the world  by M. V. L. (Maxwell V. L.) Barclay

Beetles of the world

M. V. L. (Maxwell V. L.) Barclay

"Beetles make up about a quarter of known animal species and are arguably the most diverse group of organisms on Earth: almost 400,000 species have been formally described so far, and it is likely that this number merely scratches the surface. In Beetles of...

Lou Reed  by Will Hermes

Lou Reed

Will Hermes

"Rock-poet Lou Reed presided over the marriage of Brill Building pop and the European avant-garde, and left American culture transfigured. Hermes dramatizes Reed's long, brilliant, and contentious dialogue with fans, critics, fellow artists, and assorted...

Solutions for writers  by Sol Stein

Solutions for writers

Sol Stein

"Practical, instantly usable techniques and advice for writers of fiction and non-fiction from master editor Sol Stein. Whether you are a beginner or an accomplished professional, whether your field is fiction, nonfiction or journalism, Sol Stein's Solutions...

It's so you  by author kate spade new york (Firm)

It's so you

author kate spade new york (Firm)

"Rules to style? There are none. For each of us, our style is our visual autobiography. A remix of all kinds of things we've seen, heard and felt. It's about self-knowledge instead of rules and restrictions. A self-portrait we create every day. It's different...

Nourished  by Deborah MacNamara


Deborah MacNamara

"What does it mean to be nourished? Nothing could be more basic than food. However, food is only one part of the concept of nourishment, but it has consumed our focus and eclipsed something far more critical for thriving--connection. We have lost sight of the...

The forgers  by Roger Moorhouse

The forgers

Roger Moorhouse

"Between 1940 and 1943, a group of Polish diplomats in Switzerland engaged in a wholly remarkable—and until now, completely unknown—humanitarian operation. In concert with Jewish activists, they masterminded a systematic program of forging passports and...

Weird walk

Weird walk

"The first book by iconic zine creators and cultural phenomenon Weird Walk. This is a superbly designed guide to Britain's strange and ancient places, to standing stones and pagan rituals, and to the process of re-enchantment via weird walking. In this book is...

For the love of farming  by Will Young

For the love of farming

Will Young

"Farmer Will - otherwise known as Will Young - is the eccentric lamb-tending, dancing farmer who's rocked TikTok since exploding onto the Internet in 2020. His first TikTok was a 60-second video of lambing set to a pounding techno track and since then his...

The owl  by Stephen Moss

The owl

Stephen Moss

"Owls are among the most mysterious birds in the world. Their hauntingly beautiful calls at dusk and nocturnal habits have long captured our collective imaginations - inspiring more superstitions, folktales and myths around the world than any other group of...

In Mary's kitchen  by Mary (Chef) Berg

In Mary's kitchen

Mary (Chef) Berg

"The kitchen is Mary's happy place, where worries melt away, a busy mind calms, and time seems to slow down. But she knows that for many people, the exact opposite is true! However you feel about mealtimes, Mary is here to walk you through the simple pleasures...

Renegade  by Adam Kinzinger


Adam Kinzinger

"From former Illinois Congressman Adam Kinzinger, a gripping account of the January 6 committee, examining the forces that led to the attacks on the Capitol. On January 6, 2021, America watched in horror as a violent mob led by right-wing extremist groups...

Space shuttle stories  by Tom Jones

Space shuttle stories

Tom Jones

"NASA's space shuttle was the world's first reusable spacecraft, accomplishing many firsts and inspiring generations across its 30-year lifespan as America's iconic spaceship. In Space Shuttle Stories, shuttle astronaut Tom Jones interviewed more than 130...

Air fryer magic

Air fryer magic

"In this ultimate cookbook, the Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen shows just how versatile air fryers can be with dozens of tested-til-perfect recipes for delicious mains, easy appetizers and sides, decadent desserts and super-fast breakfasts. Plus, the experts...

Shadowlands  by M. R. (Matthew Robert) Green


M. R. (Matthew Robert) Green

"Britain's landscape is scarred with haunting and romantic remains; these shadowlands that were once filled with life are now just spectral echoes. Peering through the cracks of history, we find Dunwich, a medieval city plunged off a Suffolk cliff by sea...

Touched out  by Amanda Montei

Touched out

Amanda Montei

"In this stunning blend of memoir, theory, and cultural criticism, a new mother examines the intersection between misogyny and motherhood, considering how caregivers can take back their bodies and pass on a language of consent to their children"--Publisher's...

Sure, I'll join your cult  by Maria Bamford

Sure, I'll join your cult

Maria Bamford

"Maria Bamford is a comedian's comedian (an outsider among outsiders) and has forever fought to find a place to belong. From struggling with an eating disorder as a child of the 1980s, to navigating a career in the arts (and medical debt and psychiatric...

Brunch with Brother Marcus  by Tasos Gaitanos

Brunch with Brother Marcus

Tasos Gaitanos

"Delicious recipes from an London culinary institution. Brunch at Brother Marcus is a weekend institution in London, and here in their first book you can find out why. Tas and Alex take the flavours of the Eastern Med to make dishes worth getting out of bed...

Mind games  by Tim Beanland

Mind games

Tim Beanland

"Solve over 150 mind-bending puzzles - and boost your brain health at the same time! Challenge your memory, test your logic and sharpen your focus with brilliantly fun pictures, words, numbers puzzles. With regular practice, puzzles may help to improve brain...

Moving on doesn't mean letting go  by Gina Moffa

Moving on doesn't mean letting go

Gina Moffa

"A compassionate pathway through the non-linear journey of grief full of therapeutic tools to heal all forms of loss. Perfect for readers of This Too Shall Pass and Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before. 'A must-read book that will help your mind feel less heavy...

Pinch of Nom  by Kate Allinson

Pinch of Nom

Kate Allinson

"Recipes you'll love - that won't break the bank. Seventy-five incredibly tasty, satisfying and low-cost recipes from the authors of the bestselling Pinch of Nom series. Pinch of Nom Budget is bursting with slimming-friendly meals and desserts that bring all...

The karma of success  by Liz Tran

The karma of success

Liz Tran

"Fulfill your innermost dreams and ambitions by turning up the volume on your intuition and re-connecting with your Inner Genius Most of the traditional advice about getting ahead focuses on managing other people's impressions of you. It's all about how to...

Cross stitch happy days  by Kyoko Maruoka

Cross stitch happy days

Kyoko Maruoka

""You will find 25 fabulous cross stitch designs made by Japanese designer Kyoko Maruoka. There are various designs including animals, flowers, animals, flowers, foods, weather, space, people, scenery, dolls, houses in delicate colours. All designs can be...

Smarter recovery  by Pete McCall

Smarter recovery

Pete McCall

"Many fitness and wellness resources stress the importance of getting in a good workout. Often overlooked is recovery. Without proper recovery, you won't be fully prepared for your next session-or reap the full benefits of your training. Smarter Recovery...

Steph Curry  by Sean Deveney

Steph Curry

Sean Deveney

""Every time I rise up, I have confidence that I’m going to make it." From the smallest kid on every team to the game-changing, record-breaking NBA All-Star he is today, Steph Curry’s journey to stardom is a master class in excellence. Bolstered by what he...

Cooking with Shereen  by Shereen Pavlides

Cooking with Shereen

Shereen Pavlides

"The popular chef and viral TikTok star shares killer recipes and "Chefie" tips for 60 all-new dishes, including classics, Italian favorites, griddled masterpieces and global comfort foods--all of which will get you a standing ovation and a request for an...

Plant-based delicious  by Ashley Madden

Plant-based delicious

Ashley Madden

"Why not have uber delicious and super healthy? Certified holistic nutritionist, licensed pharmacist and passionate plant-based chef Ashley Madden is here to prove that tasty family favorites belong on your table -- with a vegan twist! Ashley reinvents...

One-pot Mediterranean  by Samantha Ferraro

One-pot Mediterranean

Samantha Ferraro

"Grab your Dutch oven and dive into the most wholesome, flavor-packed recipes the Mediterranean has to offer. Whip up dishes that are packed with seasonal vegetables, tender meats, and healthy grains, all slow-cooked in classic Mediterranean spices and in just...

Sam's eats  by Sam Way

Sam's eats

Sam Way

"After taking the social media world by storm and amassing over 13 million followers with his hypnotising 60-second recipe videos, Sam Way is ready to show you how to make tasty, gourmet food in the comfort of your own home. In this, his debut cookbook,...

China's hidden century

China's hidden century

"Cultural creativity in China between 1796 and 1912 demonstrated extraordinary resilience in a time of warfare, land shortages, famine and uprisings. Innovation can be seen in material culture (including print, painting, calligraphy, textiles, fashion,...

Seed to table  by Luay Ghafari

Seed to table

Luay Ghafari

"Seed to Table focuses on how to feed your family with nutritious foods from your own outdoor, home and/or kitchen garden. Whether you live in a city or in the country, this book gives you tools on effective growing techniques, seed starting methods, and...

Operation RYPE  by Frode Lindgjerdet

Operation RYPE

Frode Lindgjerdet

"To prevent German occupying forces in Norway from reinforcing their defenses during the final months of World War II, the Office of Strategic Services launched Operation Rype, with the mission of sabotaging the Nordland Railway in Mid-Norway. Rype was led by...

1001 crystals  by Cassandra Eason

1001 crystals

Cassandra Eason

"You may be familiar with rose quartz, amethyst, tourmaline, or selenite but what about agrellite, Blade of Light, star garnet, or king cobra jasper? A wealth of knowledge and amazing healing powers can be gained by studying the wide world of crystals, from...

MYOB  by Sonya Prosper


Sonya Prosper

"Unlock the power of MYOB with the ultimate handbook, MYOB for Dummies. Looking for a hands-on guide that will show you how MYOB can automate your everyday finance tasks? Want practical tips for using MYOB to keep your business (and payroll!) compliant?...

The Peking Express  by James M. Zimmerman

The Peking Express

James M. Zimmerman

"In 1923 Shanghai, native and foreign travelers alike are enthralled by the establishment of a new railway line to distant Peking. With this new line comes the Peking Express, a luxurious express train on the cutting edge of China's continental transportation....

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