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Birds

Birds

Book

Thomas Hardy notes the thrush's 'full-hearted evensong of joy illimited', Gilbert White observes how swallows sweep through the air but swifts 'dash round in circles' and Rachel Carson watches sanderlings at the ocean's edge, scurrying 'across the beach...

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Scandinavian sweaters  by Kristin Wiola Ødegård

Scandinavian sweaters

Kristin Wiola Ødegård

Book

Knit designer Kristin Wiola Ødegård has brought together some of her best-loved original patterns alongside brand-new designs to form a striking and eye-catching selection of sweaters and cardigans, for women and men, featuring her signature attention...

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Cavalier King Charles spaniels

Cavalier King Charles spaniels

Book

There are more than 8 million dogs in the U.K. and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is one of the most popular breeds. A dog is for life and this book shows you how to give a puppy a good home and how both dog and owner can enjoy the relationship. The...

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Hungarian vizslas

Hungarian vizslas

Book

There are more than 8 million dogs in the U.K. and the Hungarian Vizsla is one of the most popular breeds. A dog is for life and this book shows you how to give a puppy a good home and how both dog and owner can enjoy the relationship. The book walks...

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Whippets

Whippets

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There are more than 8 million dogs in the U.K. and the Whippet is one of the most popular breeds. A dog is for life and this book shows you how to give a puppy a good home and how both dog and owner can enjoy the relationship. The book walks the owner...

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Shih tzus

Shih tzus

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There are more than 8 million dogs in the U.K. and the Shih Tzu is one of the most popular breeds. A dog is for life and this book shows you how to give a puppy a good home and how both dog and owner can enjoy the relationship. The book walks the owner...

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Boxers

Boxers

Book

There are more than 8 million dogs in the U.K. and the Boxer is one of the most popular breeds. A dog is for life and this book shows you how to give a puppy a good home and how both dog and owner can enjoy the relationship. The book walks the owner ...

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Chihuahuas

Chihuahuas

Book

There are more than 8 million dogs in the U.K. and the Chihuahua is one of the most popular breeds. A dog is for life and this book shows you how to give a puppy a good home and how both dog and owner can enjoy the relationship. The book walks the ow...

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Border terriers

Border terriers

Book

There are more than 8 million dogs in the U.K. and the Border terrier is one of the most popular breeds. A dog is for life and this book shows you how to give a puppy a good home and how both dog and owner can enjoy the relationship. The book walks the...

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Vegan chocolate treats  by Ciarra Siller

Vegan chocolate treats

Ciarra Siller

Book

Give in to your cravings while staying true to your vegan lifestyle with Ciarra Siller's 60 delectable chocolate-based recipes. Bring a little (or a lot!) of chocolate goodness to every part of your day, whether it's starting the morning off right wi...

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Kindness Community vegan cookbook

Kindness Community vegan cookbook

Book

From heart-warming soups and bowls that nourish the soul, to cheesy bakes and mind-blowing curries that feed a crowd, this cookbook has something for everyone. There are tasty quick fixes for lunches and weeknights, clever ways to veganise classic dishes,...

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High grade living  by Jacqui Lewis

High grade living

Jacqui Lewis

Book

In an increasingly frenetic and fractured world, we have lost the essence of ourselves. This book is a guide to stripping away artifice in your life to discover your 'broad place', where you come into contact with your higher self as a creative and c...

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Living outside  by Sharon Mackay

Living outside

Sharon Mackay

Book

The Australian garden was born mid-century, a time of postwar confidence and growing national identity. Gardens became outdoor rooms for recreation and healthy living - removing the barriers between inside and out - and bold designs celebrated native...

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The vagina book  by Jennifer Conti

The vagina book

Jennifer Conti

Book

Vaginas! Periods! Sexual health! Self-care! Here is the definitive guide to your private parts, by people who aren't afraid of talking about theirs. Whatever your questions, Thinx and Conti have you covered. From the basics of vaginal health and cont...

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Marvel greatest comics  by Melanie Scott

Marvel greatest comics

Melanie Scott

Book

Which comic books have helped define Marvel Comics and make them the pop-culture phenomenon they are today? Find out in the pages of Marvel Greatest Comics. From the trailblazing original Human Torch and his aquatic adversary Namor, the Sub-Mariner, in...

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Fäviken  by Magnus Nilsson

Fäviken

Magnus Nilsson

Book

Witty, candid, and insightful: a chef's ode to his extraordinary restaurant, and a fascinating commentary on food culture. In 2019, Magnus Nilsson closed Fäviken, his one-of-a-kind restaurant in remote Sweden - a difficult decision, as it was close to...

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Big love cooking  by Joey Campanaro

Big love cooking

Joey Campanaro

Book

"Big love" is the ritual of gathering around a communal table to share a delicious meal, with generous servings of simple, satisfying food. For Campanaro, this means Mediterranean flavors derived from his Italian-American family in South Philadelphia....

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The really hungry vegan student cookbook

The really hungry vegan student cookbook

Book

Make following a vegan diet easy for every student lifestyle with these tasty and affordable plant-based recipes. Moving away from home, buying endless amounts of books and making new friends are just some of the things to think about when becoming student,...

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Italy  by Christine Smallwood

Italy

Christine Smallwood

Book

Fresh, colourful and incredibly delicious, Italian food is arguable one of the most popular cuisines around the globe: who can resist a mouth-watering bowl of simple spaghetti, or an oozing, stone-baked pizza fresh from an authentic pizzeria? Join Ch...

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Coconut & sambal  by Lara Lee

Coconut & sambal

Lara Lee

Book

Beyond Indonesia's lush rainforests, tropical seas and abundant rice fields lies a country not often seen by visitors. It is one of bustling local markets, lively street food stalls, colourful shops and houses and generous community spirit. From these...

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The world's most amazing places  by Erika Hueneke

The world's most amazing places

Erika Hueneke

Book

What's on your travel bucket list? Touring ancient marvels like the Colosseum or the Great Wall of China? Perhaps standing before stunning natural wonders like Igauzu Falls or Ayers Rock? Or maybe it's the mystique of sacred sites like Angkor Wat and...

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Nourish me home  by Cortney Burns

Nourish me home

Cortney Burns

Book

Nourish Me Home features 110 recipes in 6 chapters that pay homage to the seasons and the elements of water, fire, air, and ether. The curious, creative, fearless Cortney Burns-formerly of Bar Tartine-is back with a personal cookbook project about no...

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Dark towers  by David Enrich

Dark towers

David Enrich

Book

A searing exposé of the most scandalous bank in the world, including its shadowy ties to Donald Trump's business empire. On a rainy Sunday in 2014, a senior executive at Deutsche Bank was found hanging in his London apartment. Bill Broeksmit had helped...

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Complete diabetes guide  by Karen Graham

Complete diabetes guide

Karen Graham

Book

The essential guide for understanding and managing of type 2 diabetes with companion recipes. Recent CDC reports indicate that over 30 million Americans have diabetes and another 84 million have prediabetes. This new edition of one of the most highly...

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Bernard Sabrier  by Bernard Sabrier

Bernard Sabrier

Bernard Sabrier

Book

As a child Bernard Sabrier was given a map of the Pacific by his father, and since then the archipelago of Vanuatu has remained in his imagination. Forty years later, Sabrier made the journey to Vanuatu and this book documents his experiences. Discovered...

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Memory stick  by Anne Manchester

Memory stick

Anne Manchester

Book

"Born in Hamilton in 1950 with a penchant for drama, Anne Manchester was perplexed by her remote mother and frustrated by the strictures of a post-war upbringing. She launched into university life at full tilt, demonstrating against the Vietnam War,....

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Metamorphosis  by Glen Metcalf

Metamorphosis

Glen Metcalf

Book

Metamorphosis is the story of one woman's transformation from a traditional Kiwi housewife of the 1950s into an internationally known scientist. Born in 1926, married at 21 and a mother shortly after, Glen Metcalf's life changed when at age 35 she met...

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Runners in black  by Christopher Tobin

Runners in black

Christopher Tobin

Book

"For a period after 1960 New Zealand became known around the world as the tiny country which produced middle and long distance running stars. But what went before this time? Who were the predecessors of Olympic champions Murray Halberg, Peter Snell and...

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Skinnytaste meal prep  by Gina Homolka

Skinnytaste meal prep

Gina Homolka

Book

Meal prepping and cooking in advance can help you stay on track with your weight-loss and healthy-eating goals. Homolka's recipes help you turn simple, easy-to-find ingredients into flavor-packed meals and snacks-- while saving time, money, and calories....

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Six days in August  by David King

Six days in August

David King

Book

The definitive account of the bizarre hostage drama that gave rise to the term "Stockholm Syndrome." On the morning of August 23, 1973, a man wearing a wig, makeup, and a pair of sunglasses walked into the main branch of Sveriges Kreditbank, a prominent...

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Born killers?  by Kris Mohandie

Born killers?

Kris Mohandie

Book

Over his 30-year police and forensic psychology career, Dr Kris Mohandie has come face-to-face with kidnappers, serial killers, stalkers, and terrorists. With his expertise and insight, Dr Mohandie analyses and evaluates the thought processes that motivate...

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My suburban farm  by Ainslee Costa

My suburban farm

Ainslee Costa

Book

While most Australians live in capital cities, at one time or another we all covet the charm and slower pace of country living. A tree change isn't feasible for most suburbanites, so why not combine the best of both worlds at home? My Suburban Farm is...

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The commonsense cook  by Colin Fassnidge

The commonsense cook

Colin Fassnidge

Book

Colin Fassnidge knows good food. As a celebrated chef and popular television personality, he has built his reputation on delicious food and his distinctive, no-nonsense advice for home cooks. When it comes to cooking at home, Colin believes it comes down...

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Barbecue this!  by Luke Hines

Barbecue this!

Luke Hines

Book

Barbecue This! is a fun, modern and totally irresistible cookbook for anyone who wants inspiration and ideas for simple meals to whip up on their barbie. Luke Hines shares his absolute favourite barbecue recipes, with more than 80 quick, vibrant and....

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Battle of brothers  by Robert Lacey

Battle of brothers

Robert Lacey

Book

The world has watched Prince William and Prince Harry since they were born. Raised by Princess Diana to be the closest of brothers, how have the boy princes grown into very different, now distanced men? From royal insider, biographer and historian Ro...

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How to be happy though human  by Kate Camp

How to be happy though human

Kate Camp

Book

A timely collection of new and previously published work by one of Aotearoa's most acclaimed poets, How to Be Happy Though Human is Kate Camp's superb seventh book of poetry. It is published simultaneously in Canada and the United States by House of ...

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Think like a monk  by Jay Shetty

Think like a monk

Jay Shetty

Book

Jay Shetty, social media superstar and host of the #1 podcast 'On Purpose', distils the timeless wisdom he learned as a practising monk into practical steps anyone can take every day to live a less anxious, more meaningful life. In this inspiring, em...

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Undaunted  by John O. Brennan

Undaunted

John O. Brennan

Book

Brennan pulls back the curtain on the inner workings of the Central Intelligence Agency, describing the selfless, patriotic, and invisible work of the women and men involved in national security. He also examines the insularity, arrogance, and myopia...

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Deep delta justice  by Matthew Van Meter

Deep delta justice

Matthew Van Meter

Book

In 1966 in a small town in Louisiana, a 19-year-old black man named Gary Duncan pulled his car off the road to stop a fight. Duncan was arrested a few minutes later for the crime of putting his hand on the arm of a white child. Rather than accepting his...

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Make change  by Shaun King

Make change

Shaun King

Book

As a leader of the Black Lives Matter movement, Shaun King has become one of the most recognizable and powerful voices on the front lines of civil rights in our time. His commitment to reforming the justice system and making America a more equitable place...

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JFK  by Fredrik Logevall

JFK

Fredrik Logevall

Book

By the time of his assassination in 1963, John F. Kennedy stood at the helm of the greatest power the world had ever seen, a booming American nation that he had steered through some of the most perilous diplomatic standoffs of the Cold War. Born in 1917...

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The inner coast  by Donovan Hohn

The inner coast

Donovan Hohn

Book

Prize-winning essays on our changing place in the natural world by the best-selling author of Moby-Duck. Writing in the grand American tradition of Annie Dillard and Barry Lopez, Donovan Hohn is an "adventurous, inquisitive, and brightly illuminating...

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Classic engines, modern fuel  by Paul Ireland

Classic engines, modern fuel

Paul Ireland

Book

This book brings together a collection of popular articles previously published by the author in assorted car magazines. Based on in-depth research carried out at Manchester University, the articles investigate how classic engines respond to modern.....

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Amazing churches of the world  by Michael Kerrigan

Amazing churches of the world

Michael Kerrigan

Book

Every great church makes a statement, and it is seldom simply theological. An offering of thanks to a beloved minister, a monument to a powerful ruler, a colonialist vaunt, a church is never really just a church. Ornate or spartan, immense or intimate,...

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The deviant's war  by Eric Cervini

The deviant's war

Eric Cervini

Book

A biography of gay rights pioneer Frank Kameny. From a young Harvard- and Cambridge-trained historian, the secret history of the fight for gay rights that began a generation before Stonewall. In 1957, Frank Kameny, a rising astronomer working for the...

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Notes on a silencing  by Lacy Crawford

Notes on a silencing

Lacy Crawford

Book

When the elite St. Paul's School came under state investigation after extensive reports of sexual abuse on campus, Lacy Crawford thought she'd put behind her the assault she'd suffered decades before, when she was fifteen. Still, when detectives asked...

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The turnaway study  by Diana Greene Foster

The turnaway study

Diana Greene Foster

Book

A groundbreaking and illuminating look at the state of abortion access in America and the first long-term study of the consequences-emotional, physical, financial, professional, personal, and psychological-of receiving versus being denied an abortion...

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Trumpocalypse  by David Frum

Trumpocalypse

David Frum

Book

A huge swath of Americans see the rest of the country building a future that doesn't have a place for them. It's no wonder they'd rather burn it all down. But the fire can be stopped by Americans who act now to protect their country and its democracy...

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The ABCs of diversity  by Carolyn B. Helsel

The ABCs of diversity

Carolyn B. Helsel

Book

How do we raise the next generation to respect and learn from people who look or believe differently than they do? From two educators who are also moms comes a guide to help parents and other teachers navigate conversations about all kinds of diversity....

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Incomparable  by Brie Bella

Incomparable

Brie Bella

Book

From WWE wrestlers, reality television stars, models, and twin sisters Nikki and Brie Bella comes their first-ever memoir offering a glimpse into their lives from their in-ring debut as a professional wrestling tag team dubbed "The Bella Twins" to th...

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Is rape a crime?  by Michelle Bowdler

Is rape a crime?

Michelle Bowdler

Book

Alice Sebold meets Roxane Gay in Michelle Bowdler's literary debut, telling her story of rape and recovery while interrogating why one of society's most serious crimes goes largely uninvestigated The crime of rape sizzles like a lightning strike. It ...

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The heart and other monsters  by Rose Andersen

The heart and other monsters

Rose Andersen

Book

A riveting, deeply personal exploration of the opioid crisis-an empathic memoir infused with hints of true crime. In November 2013, Rose Andersen's younger sister Sarah died of an overdose in the bathroom of her boyfriend's home in a small town with one...

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Dear Knausgaard  by Kim Adrian

Dear Knausgaard

Kim Adrian

Book

In a series of warm and often funny letters, essayist and memoirist Kim Adrian delivers a compelling feminist critique of the 6-volume autobiographical novel My Struggle, by Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgaard. Adrian's book of letters begins as a witty...

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Blitz  by David Horowitz

Blitz

David Horowitz

Book

Attacks made against Trump have been the most brutal ever mounted against a sitting president of the United States. Blinded by deep-seated hatred of his person and his policies, the Left even desperately tried to oust Trump in a failed impeachment bi...

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Red line  by Joby Warrick

Red line

Joby Warrick

Book

In August 2012, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad was clinging to power in a vicious civil war. Concerned that Assad might resort to chemical weapons, the international community warned that any such use would cross "a red line", warranting a military...

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What black and white America must do now  by Armstrong Williams

What black and white America must do now

Armstrong Williams

Book

A call to our highest virtues and ideals What Black and White People Must Do Now explores the complexity of race and culture in the United States. In his third book, renowned conservative entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist Armstrong Williams di...

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How to tell depression to piss off  by James Withey

How to tell depression to piss off

James Withey

Book

Trying to manage the range of symptoms that depression throws at you is like navigating the dark ocean floor when you are without a torch and don't know how to swim. How do you manage something that feels utterly unmanageable? How do you get through each...

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Psychic yoga  by Shannon Yrizarry

Psychic yoga

Shannon Yrizarry

Book

Develop your psychic abilities and raise your frequency with nearly one hundred easy-to-use yoga poses that activate your chakras. This accessible guide presents a powerful fusion of intuition, yoga, and chakra work that makes it easy to heighten your...

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Of blood and bones  by Kate Freuler

Of blood and bones

Kate Freuler

Book

With a strong focus on ethics, this book explores misunderstood topics in magickal practice, such as ethically collecting and using animal parts and bones, blood magick, dark moon energy, hexing, scrying, dark deities, graveyard dirt, and spells to assist...

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Little steps  by James Ream Adams

Little steps

James Ream Adams

Book

All too often survivors of a loved one's suicide are left behind, struggling with a loss that fosters stigma, shame, blame, guilt and abandonment. For the survivor, these struggles last long after the funeral is over and friends and relatives have returned...

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Homecoming : Volume 1  by Keith Anthony Blanchard

Homecoming : Volume 1

Keith Anthony Blanchard

Book

If you are seeking union with your Sacred Self, this book is the Lamplight that will wipe the cobwebs of time from your mind and the darkness of fear from your vision. Passion and sincerity are key to initiating anything in life. When you begin to do...

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Foolproof fabric dyeing  by Linda Johansen

Foolproof fabric dyeing

Linda Johansen

Book

Get info on all of the basics you need to dye fabric, including necessary tools, the best dyes, precautions, and more—all in one handy reference tool! Dyeing expert Linda Johansen offers a full overview, including special tips for tricky colors. The ...

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Behind the horoscope  by Wendell Perry

Behind the horoscope

Wendell Perry

Book

The Sun and the Moon are always the two most important factors in any horoscope. They set the tone for everything else that is happening in the chart. This is true of their sign position, their aspects and their placement in the houses. Understanding...

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How to handle a crowd  by Anika Gupta

How to handle a crowd

Anika Gupta

Book

Today's digital experience is primarily driven by powerful online communities. Social media networks have gained enormous power over our online experience, partly by harnessing our desire to connect and share with each other. But successful, intentio...

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Gateways to the soul  by Serge Beddington-Behrens

Gateways to the soul

Serge Beddington-Behrens

Book

Humanity is in a great crisis of soul today, but there is also much good will around. As a species, we are challenged to start embracing a new story, one that enables us to be less greedy and materialistic and to espouse peace not war, kindness not c...

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Chile  by Steph Dyson

Chile

Steph Dyson

Book

Snow-covered mountains, bustling cities, temperate rainforests, and coastal wineries: get to know this country of contrasts. Spend the night star-gazing in the Atacama Desert or wander the enigmatic Rapa Nui (Easter Island). Hike through Patagonia's ...

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Purposeful breathing  by Greg Smith

Purposeful breathing

Greg Smith

Book

Purposeful Breathing is a practical, user-friendly guide to simple breathing skills that can rapidly reduce states you don't want (such as stress and anxiety) and increase states you do want (such as feeling stronger, performing better or relaxing). The...

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Losing a parent  by Fiona Marshall

Losing a parent

Fiona Marshall

Book

Whether from a sudden accident or a slow, terminal illness, the death of a parent is devastating, and its effects often under-estimated. This book looks at the process of coping with a parent's death in adulthood, from preparing for death to recognizing...

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A repurposed life  by Ronni Kahn

A repurposed life

Ronni Kahn

Book

As the owner of a successful events company, throwing away huge volumes of leftover food at the end of the day came with the territory. But when Ronni Kahn hit midlife, she found herself no longer able to turn a blind eye to her food waste problem. H...

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The gifts of reading  by Robert Macfarlane

The gifts of reading

Robert Macfarlane

Book

Every book is a kind of gift to its reader, and the act of giving books is charged with a special emotional resonance. It is a meeting of three minds (the giver, the author, the recipient), an exchange of intellectual and psychological currency, that...

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The Russian affair  by David Walsh

The Russian affair

David Walsh

Book

It was the story that shocked the world: Russian athletics was revealed to be corrupt from top to bottom, with institutionalised doping used to help the nation's athletes win medals they did not truly deserve. But the full story of the couple who blew...

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Healing lives  by Sue Williams

Healing lives

Sue Williams

Book

Two incredible women, an unlikely friendship, and a united mission to save the lives of some of the world's poorest and most desperate women. Healing Lives reveals the untold tale of Mamitu Gashe, Dr Catherine Hamlin's protégé, and the inspiring almost...

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The hype machine  by Sinan Aral

The hype machine

Sinan Aral

Book

Social media connected the world--and gave rise to fake news and increasing polarization. Now a leading researcher at MIT draws on 20 years of research to show how these trends threaten our political, economic, and emotional health in this eye-openin...

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Think like a pancreas  by Gary Scheiner

Think like a pancreas

Gary Scheiner

Book

Few diabetes books focus specifically on the day-to-day issues facing people who use insulin. Diabetes educator Gary Scheiner provides the tools to "think like a pancreas" -- to successfully master the art and science of matching insulin to the body'...

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You've got this  by Bec Brown

You've got this

Bec Brown

Book

Want to flourish in a creative industry such as entertainment, marketing, advertising, PR, design, photography, media or the arts? Would you love to score your dream job or start a business doing something you love and be earning a great income - but...

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A short history of the world according to sheep  by Sally Coulthard

A short history of the world according to sheep

Sally Coulthard

Book

An addictively free-ranging survey of the massive impact that the domesticated ungulates of the genus Ovis have had on human history. From the plains of ancient Mesopotamia to the rolling hills of medieval England to the vast sheep farms of modern-da...

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The papercraft ideas book  by Jessica Baldry

The papercraft ideas book

Jessica Baldry

Book

A smorgasbord of papercraft inspiration and ideas. Aimed at anyone who wants to take their creativity further, The Papercraft Ideas Book is bursting with ideas for subjects, methods and styles for papercraft. It is a visual feast and source of inspiration...

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How I built this  by Guy Raz

How I built this

Guy Raz

Book

Raz has interviewed highly successful entrepreneurs, and here he shares tips for every entrepreneur's journey. From the early days of formulating your idea, to raising money and recruiting employees, to fending off competitors, to finally paying yourself...

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Good for you  by Akhtar Nawab

Good for you

Akhtar Nawab

Book

GOOD FOR YOU is a cookbook that infuses clean eating with rich flavor. Inspired by his Indian heritage, Kentucky upbringing, and professional experience cooking in Mexican and Italian restaurants, Akhtar Nawab presents 100 healthful recipes that satisfy...

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A different kind of seeing  by Marie Younan

A different kind of seeing

Marie Younan

Book

Marie Younan was born in 1952 into a family of Assyrian refugees living in north-eastern Syria. Accidentally blinded by her grandmother as a baby, Marie was the quiet, ever-present listener within her large extended family. Locked out of school, play,...

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The border  by Erika Fatland

The border

Erika Fatland

Book

Erika Fatland travels along the seemingly endless Russian border, from North Korea in the Far East through Russia's bordering states in Asia and the Caucasus, crossing the Caspian Ocean and the Black Sea along the way. The Border is a book about Russia...

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2021 guide to the night sky  by Storm Dunlop

2021 guide to the night sky

Storm Dunlop

Book

A comprehensive handbook to the planets, stars and constellations visible from the southern hemisphere for each month covering January-December 2021. This practical guide is both an easy introduction to astronomy and a useful reference for seasoned s...

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10 rules for talking  by Tim Harkness

10 rules for talking

Tim Harkness

Book

Psychologist Dr Tim Harkness has noticed something: sometimes it seems that everyone is shouting, but nobody is listening. Surely we don't need to learn how to talk. Aren't we all born with an innate talent for communication and connection? And yet, in...

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When the world feels like a scary place  by Abigail H. Gewirtz

When the world feels like a scary place

Abigail H. Gewirtz

Book

In a lifesaving guide for parents, Dr. Abigail Gewirtz shows how to use the most basic tool at your disposal, conversation, to give children real help in dealing with the worries, stress, and other negative emotions caused by problems in the world, from...

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Tomorrow will be a good day  by Tom Moore

Tomorrow will be a good day

Tom Moore

Book

At the height of the pandemic, ninety-nine-year-old WWII veteran Captain Tom Moore began walking laps of his garden to raise 1000 pounds for the NHS. By the time of his 100th birthday, he'd reached 32 million pounds and captured the hearts of the nation....

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Taking sexy back  by Alexandra H. Solomon

Taking sexy back

Alexandra H. Solomon

Book

For women, sex has been hijacked. Today's sexual climate leaves little to no space for honoring the complexities of sex; sex as pleasure, sex as connection, sex as creative expression, and sex as healing. In Taking Sexy Back, relationship expert Alex...

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Big enough  by Lee LeFever

Big enough

Lee LeFever

Book

In this illuminating book, entrepreneur Lee LeFever gives an inside view of building a scalable, product-focused business, while never compromising on quality of life. Lee and his wife, Sachi, responded to the promise of the internet by building a ho...

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Compassionate conversations  by Diane Musho Hamilton

Compassionate conversations

Diane Musho Hamilton

Book

This book explores how to develop better communication skills, particularly at a time when conversations can be highly polarized. Our conversations about diversity or inclusion, about equity and fairness, or about power relationships take place in a ...

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101 best rowing workouts  by Sarah Fuhrmann

101 best rowing workouts

Sarah Fuhrmann

Book

Get fit with 101 rowing workouts for all levels. Rowing is one of the most effective activities you can do for overall fitness and health. It provides a full-body workout, increases endurance, and boosts aerobic performance while being easy enough on...

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Time rich  by Steve Glaveski

Time rich

Steve Glaveski

Book

Business and creative professionals often dedicate long hours to their work, with limited rewards. This book can help you see where you might be sabotaging your own goals. Time Rich helps you identify where you're losing personal time and mismanaging...

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Brief lessons in seeing differently  by Frances Ambler

Brief lessons in seeing differently

Frances Ambler

Book

This essential guide delves into the techniques, routines and mindsets of boundary-shifting artists, and the ways in which seeing differently can lead to creating something original. Learn the advantages of a different angle with Georges Braque, view...

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You're better than that!  by Chris Sutton

You're better than that!

Chris Sutton

Book

"Football is our game - the game we all adore. As a player and pundit I've seen and experienced plenty of the good, the bad and the ugly. And let's get face facts - there is still plenty of the bad and ugly. Our game can be so much better, and in this...

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Blackout  by Candace Owens

Blackout

Candace Owens

Book

Owens, an American conservative political activist, believes that Black Americans have long been shackled to the Democrats, watching liberal politicians take the black vote for granted without pledging anything in return. She contends that the Democrat...

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The life & times of Malcolm McLaren  by Paul Gorman

The life & times of Malcolm McLaren

Paul Gorman

Book

Malcolm McLaren was one of the most culturally significant but misunderstood figures of the modern era. Ten years after his life was cruelly cut short by cancer, The Life & Times of Malcolm McLaren sheds fascinating new light on the public achievements...

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Britain's war  by Daniel Todman

Britain's war

Daniel Todman

Book

The most terrible emergency in Britain's history, the Second World War required an unprecedented national effort. An exhausted country had to fight an unexpectedly long war and found itself much diminished amongst the victors. Yet the outcome of the war...

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Why does he do that?  by Lundy Bancroft

Why does he do that?

Lundy Bancroft

Book

In this book, domestic violence expert Lundy Bancroft uses his perspective as a therapist for abusive and controlling men to help women, their children, and other family members who have been touched by abuse understand why abusers behave the way they...

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广州传  by 叶曙明

广州传

叶曙明

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绝代风华  by 山亭夜宴

绝代风华

山亭夜宴

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黄油  by Elaine Khosrova

黄油

Elaine Khosrova

Book

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The food almanac  by Miranda York

The food almanac

Miranda York

Book

The Food Almanac is a seasonal collection of recipes and stories celebrating the joy of food a dazzling, diverse mix of memoir, history, short stories and poems alongside recipes, cooking tips, menus and reading lists. Join Miranda York, editor of At...

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One great speech  by James Marshall Reilly

One great speech

James Marshall Reilly

Book

Combining the career aspiration of The 4-Hour Workweek with the industry-specific insider take of Kitchen Confidential, One Great Speech is the first book to take readers inside the exciting world of the paid speaking industry. Aspiring speakers will...

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The Arab winter  by Noah Feldman

The Arab winter

Noah Feldman

Book

Why the conventional wisdom about the Arab Spring is wrong. The Arab Spring promised to end dictatorship and bring self-government to people across the Middle East. Yet everywhere except Tunisia it led to either renewed dictatorship, civil war, extre...

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A very special 90210 book  by Tara Ariano

A very special 90210 book

Tara Ariano

Book

From the creators of the hit podcast Again With This comes a hilarious and substantive 90210 book that is perfect for celebrating the 30th anniversary of the show’s first episode. Join Tara Ariano and Sarah D. Bunting as they journey through the top ...

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Air fryer cookbook  by Jenson William

Air fryer cookbook

Jenson William

Book

This complete Air Fryer recipes cookbook will take care of your scarce cooking time and will show you the easiest & tastiest way towards a whole new life with your air fryer.

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Smart cities  by Jonathan Reichental

Smart cities

Jonathan Reichental

Book

Building efficient, prosperous, healthy, and inclusive communities requires new solutions. This book helps you understand the solutions and the tools needed to prepare for a future that belongs to cities. Look inside to find a starter guide to planning...

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Say I'm dead  by E. Dolores Johnson

Say I'm dead

E. Dolores Johnson

Book

Fearful of violating Indiana's anti-miscegenation laws in the 1940s, E. Dolores Johnson's black father and white mother fled Indianapolis to secretly marry. Johnson searched her father's black genealogy and then was amazed to suddenly realize that her...

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Napkin folding

Napkin folding

Book

Napkins add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your dining table and this book is a wonderful source of inspiration to help you decorate and customize your home with taste and creativity. Napkins are functional as well as decorative, and there...

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The making of Lewis Carroll's Alice and the invention of Wonderland  by Peter Hunt

The making of Lewis Carroll's Alice and the invention of Wonderland

Peter Hunt

Book

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' and 'Through the Looking-Glass' are two of the most famous, translated and quoted books in the world. But how did a casual tale told by Charles Dodgson (aka Lewis Carroll), an eccentric Oxford mathematician, to Alice...

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Say it louder!  by Tiffany D. Cross

Say it louder!

Tiffany D. Cross

Book

Black voters were critical to the Democrats' 2018 blue wave. In fact, 90 percent of Black voters supported Democratic House candidates, compared to just 53 percent of all voters. Despite media narratives, this was not a fluke. Throughout U.S. history,...

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How did we get here?  by Robert Dallek

How did we get here?

Robert Dallek

Book

Historian Robert Dallek considers the vast array of triumphs and failures of America's modern presidents that paved a path to Donald Trump, offering an understanding of our current moment and hope for a way back to true leadership.

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A case for the American people  by Norman L. Eisen

A case for the American people

Norman L. Eisen

Book

The Democrats' special impeachment counsel on the House Judiciary Committee lays out President Trump's shocking pattern of betrayals, lies, and high crimes, arguing articles of impeachment to the ultimate judges: the American people. In his behind-th...

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Lace reimagined  by Elizabeth Healey

Lace reimagined

Elizabeth Healey

Book

This original and exciting guide to lace is a visual feast of inspiring step-by-step projects and galleries; it includes in-depth features relating to the history of lace; it will encourage you to experiment, inspire you with handy tips, and provide ...

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Places I've taken my body  by Molly McCully Brown

Places I've taken my body

Molly McCully Brown

Book

In sixteen intimate essays, poet Molly McCully Brown explores living within and beyond the limits of a body-in her case, one shaped since birth by cerebral palsy, a permanent and often painful movement disorder. In spite of-indeed, in response to-phy...

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Battling the blues  by Darius Boyd

Battling the blues

Darius Boyd

Book

Darius Boyd broke into the Brisbane Broncos NRL team in 2006 straight out of high school and was part of the premiership-winning team in his debut season. He'd go on to win another premiership with the Dragons in 2010, claiming the Clive Churchill Medal...

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The rubber brain  by Sue Morris

The rubber brain

Sue Morris

Book

Whether you've failed an exam, bungled an interview, screwed up a relationship, broken your diet, or stuffed up at work, your brain is the key to getting back on track. Your brain controls your conscious thoughts and behaviours, like deciding whether...

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Expert  by Roger Kneebone

Expert

Roger Kneebone

Book

The author combines his own experiences as a doctor with insights from extraordinary people and cutting-edge research to map out the path we're all following - from 'doing time' as an Apprentice, to developing your 'voice' and taking on responsibility...

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Cynical theories  by Helen Pluckrose

Cynical theories

Helen Pluckrose

Book

Have you heard that language is violence and that science is sexist? Have you read that certain people shouldn't practise yoga or cook Chinese food? Or been told that being obese is healthy, that there is no such thing as biological sex, or that only...

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Shaping the world  by Antony Gormley

Shaping the world

Antony Gormley

Book

Sculpture is the universal art. It has been practised by every culture throughout the world and stretches back into the distant past. The first surviving shaped stones may even predate the advent of language. The drive to form stone, clay, wood and metal...

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First light  by Geoffrey Wellum

First light

Geoffrey Wellum

Book

Two months before the outbreak of WWII, seventeen-year-old Geoffrey Wellum becomes a fighter pilot with the RAF... Desperate to get in the air, he makes it through basic training to become the youngest Spitfire pilot in the prestigious 92 Squadron. Thrust...

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A woman's heart  by Angela H. E. M. Maas

A woman's heart

Angela H. E. M. Maas

Book

Coronary heart disease remains the single biggest killer of women worldwide, yet it is still not seen as a woman's problem. Every day the female heart patient is measured by male standards, which leads to confusion, unclear diagnosis and often the wr...

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Rails around the world  by Brian Solomon

Rails around the world

Brian Solomon

Book

Rails Around the World is a visually glorious history depicting trains and locomotives at work in scenic locations throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.

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The power of rude  by Rebecca Reid

The power of rude

Rebecca Reid

Book

Of all the things in the world to worry about, why would anyone put the right for women to be rude at the top of the list? It's a fair question. Happily, there is a very simple answer: I believe that an inability to be rude is one of the biggest issues...

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Vida  by Jacqueline Kent

Vida

Jacqueline Kent

Book

Blazing her trail at the dawn of the 20th century, Vida Goldstein remains Australia's most celebrated crusader for the rights of women. Her life, as a campaigner for the suffrage in Australia, Britain and America, an advocate for peace, a fighter for...

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Kimono couture

Kimono couture

Book

This is the first in-depth exploration of the art and history of the kimono in Japan, told from the perspective of one of the country's oldest and most prestigious kimono houses still in operation today - the 460-year old House of Chiso. Kimono Coutu...

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Vintage cardboard crafting  by Anne Lardy

Vintage cardboard crafting

Anne Lardy

Book

Think beautiful antique boxes. Think vintage, monogrammed, Art Nouveaux, and just about any box that fits your needs. Add cardboard, fabric, tissue, lace buttons, and other decorations. You are now on your journey to crafting and enjoying unique boxes...

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The life & love of the forest  by Lewis Blackwell

The life & love of the forest

Lewis Blackwell

Book

We are not alone: plants make up 80 per cent of the total biomass of Earth, while humans are only 0.0001 per cent. The forest is an intimate part of our lives and continues to play a central role in creating a liveable planet. From making the air we ...

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The science of time travel  by Elizabeth Howell

The science of time travel

Elizabeth Howell

Book

Travel back in time with Doctor Who, the Terminator, the X-Men, and all your favorite time travelers! Science fiction is the perfect window into the possibilities and perils of time travel. What would happen if you went back in time and killed your...

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Night vision  by Theresa Francis-Cheung

Night vision

Theresa Francis-Cheung

Book

Night Vision is a visual field guide to the richly rewarding art of dream interpretation. Have you ever dreamt that you were flying? That you missed your flight? Or that you got a radical new haircut? Keep a copy of this beautifully illustrated book by...

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MS-13  by Steven Dudley

MS-13

Steven Dudley

Book

The definitive account of the most dangerous street gang in America - the MS-13 - as seen through the lives of one family caught in its malicious web The MS-13 was born from war. In the 1980s, El Salvador was enmeshed in a bloody fight for control of...

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Red Lead  by Roland Perry

Red Lead

Roland Perry

Book

Just after midnight on 1 March 1942, Australia's most renowned cruiser, HMAS Perth, was sunk by Japanese naval forces in the Sunda Strait off the coast of Java. Of the 681 men aboard, 328 survived the sinking and made it to shore-and one cat. Her name...

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The hidden habits of genius  by Craig M. author. Wright

The hidden habits of genius

Craig M. author. Wright

Book

The creator of Yale University's popular "Genius Course" examines how fourteen key habits of genius, from curiosity and creative maladjustment to rebelliousness and obsession, have been effectively demonstrated by history's most influential and...

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Yaya Han's world of cosplay  by Yaya Han

Yaya Han's world of cosplay

Yaya Han

Book

Cosplay-- a word combining "costume" and "play"-- has become one of the hottest trends in fandom... and Han is its shining superstar. In this guide to cosplaying, she narrates her journey from newbie fan to entrepreneur with a household name in geekd...

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Retreat  by Matthew (Writer on counterculture) Ingram

Retreat

Matthew (Writer on counterculture) ...

Book

What have the hippies ever done for us? Matthew Ingram explores the relationship between the summer of love and wellness, medicine, and health. The counterculture of the Sixties and the Seventies is remembered chiefly for music, fashion, art, feminis...

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Lowitja  by Stuart Rintoul

Lowitja

Stuart Rintoul

Book

Lowitja O'Donoghue is a truly great Australian. She is arguably our nation's most recognised Indigenous woman. A powerful and unrelenting advocate for her people, an inspiration for many, a former Australian of the Year, she sat opposite Prime Minister...

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The madman's library  by Edward Brooke-Hitching

The madman's library

Edward Brooke-Hitching

Book

This is a madman's library of eccentric and extraordinary volumes from around the world, many of which have been completely forgotten. Books written in blood and books that kill, books of the insane and books that hoaxed the globe, books invisible to...

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On time and water  by 1973- author. Andri Snær Magnason

On time and water

1973- author. Andri Snær Magnason

Book

Icelandic author and activist Andri Snaer Magnason's 'Letter to the Future', an extraordinary and moving eulogy for the lost Okjokull glacier, made global news and was shared by millions. Now he attempts to come to terms with the issues we all face in...

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A light in the dark  by David Thomson

A light in the dark

David Thomson

Book

In little more than a century of cinema - Birth of a Nation was one hundred years old in 2015 - our sense of what a film director is, or should be, has shifted in fascinating ways. A director was once a functionary; then an important but not decisive...

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Letter to Layla  by Ramona Koval

Letter to Layla

Ramona Koval

Book

How might the origins of our species inform the way we think about our planet? At a point of unparalleled crisis, can human ingenuity save us from ourselves? Much-loved writer Ramona Koval travels the globe in a quest for answers, and encounters the....

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From Aconite to the Zodiac Killer  by Amanda Lees

From Aconite to the Zodiac Killer

Amanda Lees

Book

This is an indispensable guide for fans of true crime and crime fiction, whether in books, film or on TV, who want to look behind the crime, to understand the mechanics of an investigation, to walk in their favourite detectives' shoes and, most importantly,...

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Shattered  by Travis Winks

Shattered

Travis Winks

Book

A true story about the devastating impacts of mental illness and domestic violence that saw one family self-destruct in just 67 harrowing days. Told through the eyes of a hurting brother and son, this tragic story follows three family members through...

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The genes that make us  by Edwin Kirk

The genes that make us

Edwin Kirk

Book

Genes, we all have them and we're all affected by them, often in unknown ways. Whether directly inherited or modified by our environment, genes control or significantly influence almost every aspect of our lives, from the success of our conception and...

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Max  by Alex Miller

Max

Alex Miller

Book

I began to see that whatever I might write about Max, discover about him, piece together with those old shards of memory, it would be his influence on the friendships of the living that would frame his story in the present. According to your 1939 Gestapo...

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How to raise a tech genius  by Shahneila Saeed

How to raise a tech genius

Shahneila Saeed

Book

We live in a digital world, one in which our children are surrounded by technology. It's a part of their lives in a way that even the most tech-savvy adults aren't fully able to comprehend. What we do know is that the workplace of tomorrow will require...

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Happy vegan comfort food  by Karoline Jönsson

Happy vegan comfort food

Karoline Jönsson

Book

Happy Vegan Comfort Food is the exact book that Karoline Jönsson would have wanted when she first became a vegan. In order to help guide new vegans, Karoline has gathered her most indispensable recipes: dishes that provide a good basis and that can be...

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The craft  by John Dickie

The craft

John Dickie

Book

John Dickie's The Craft is an enthralling exploration of a the world's most famous and misunderstood secret brotherhood, a movement that not only helped to forge modern society, but has substantial contemporary influence, with 400,000 members in Britain,...

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Best baby names 2021  by Siobhan Thomas

Best baby names 2021

Siobhan Thomas

Book

Choosing a name for your baby is one of the most exciting decisions you can make, but there’s so much choice – where do you start? Best Baby Names 2021 has exactly what you need: thousands of names to browse and the latest trends to inspire you. Whether...

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30-second ecology

30-second ecology

Book

Whether you're looking to save the planet or learn more about your local environment, 30-Second Ecology introduces you to the diversity, behaviours and challenges within our ecosystem. Part of the 30-Second series, this introductory guide to ecology is...

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The 12 rules of attention  by Joseph Cardillo

The 12 rules of attention

Joseph Cardillo

Book

Do you feel like you're "crushing it?" How productive, happy and fulfilled do you feel each day at your job? You might ask what attention has to do with it. The answer may help clear up and fix a wide range of ongoing workplace concerns including wor...

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The Edward Street baby farm  by Stella Budrikis

The Edward Street baby farm

Stella Budrikis

Book

Early in 1907, Alice Mitchell was arrested for the murder of five-month-old Ethel Booth. During the inquest and subsequent trial, Perth's citizens were horrified to learn that at least thirty-seven infants had died in Mitchell's care in the previous six...

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Places we swim Sydney  by Caroline Clements

Places we swim Sydney

Caroline Clements

Book

From lap pools to ocean pools, harbour pools to waterfalls, Sydney is arguably the best major city in Australia for swimming, if not the world! And Places We Swim Sydney covers the very best of the city's famous and hidden swimming spots.

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Is this anything?  by Jerry Seinfeld

Is this anything?

Jerry Seinfeld

Book

Since his first performance at the legendary New York nightclub "Catch a Rising Star", as a twenty-one-year-old college student in fall of 1975, Jerry Seinfeld has written his own material and saved everything. "Whenever I came up with a funny bit, whether...

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Living with the anthropocene

Living with the anthropocene

Book

Australia — and the world — is changing. On the Great Barrier Reef corals bleach white, across the inland farmers struggle with declining rainfall, birds and insects disappear from our gardens and plastic waste chokes our shores. The 2019–20 summer s...

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The 5-ingredient keto cookbook  by Stephanie Pedersen

The 5-ingredient keto cookbook

Stephanie Pedersen

Book

Keto made simple for beginners! With just five ingredients each, these recipes are easy to prepare and delicious, too. Keto eating is a great way to lose weight, lessen bloat, boost energy and mental acuity, and improve your sleep and mood. However, the...

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A boy called Arsenal  by Alan J. Hill

A boy called Arsenal

Alan J. Hill

Book

A Boy Called Arsenal is an honest and emotional true story about a man who, after a life-long battle with mental and physical problems, finally became diagnosed with autism at the age of forty-nine in 2011. The catalyst for his diagnosis was his daug...

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Sheds  by David R. Stiles

Sheds

David R. Stiles

Book

An expanded and updated edition of the classic guide for backyard builders covers all the issues: use, cost, placement, difficulty, and construction basics; and provides detailed illustrations, plans and commonsense advice. Easy-to-follow shed designs...

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War in the age of Trump  by Patrick Cockburn

War in the age of Trump

Patrick Cockburn

Book

In this urgent and timely book, Patrick Cockburn writes the first draft of the history of the current crisis in the Middle East. Here he charts the period from the recapture of Mosul in 2017 to Turkey's attack on Kurdish territory in November 2019, a...

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Gathering  by Kristen Caissie

Gathering

Kristen Caissie

Book

This beautiful volume celebrates entertaining and decorating in a meaningful and personal way, by integrating florals and artisanal handmade objects whether it's porcelain, flatware, glassware, vases, or textiles into tabletop designs. Gathering show...

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How to fall apart  by Liadan Hynes

How to fall apart

Liadan Hynes

Book

When journalist and podcaster Liadan Hynes's marriage ended, it felt like a loss: of her best-friend, and of the happy ending she had envisaged on their wedding day. In the months that followed, she had to adjust to a different future - as a single m...

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Let me go  by Casey Watson

Let me go

Casey Watson

Book

Harley is a troubled 13-year-old girl who wants to end her own life and there's only one woman who can find out why. When Harley is sectioned after attempting suicide, she ends up in Casey's care under a 28-day care order. But before Casey can even get...

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Spoon-fed  by T. D. (Timothy David) Spector

Spoon-fed

T. D. (Timothy David) Spector

Book

One of the world's leading scientists of food and nutrition reveals why so much of the current advice about food and nutrition is dangerously inaccurate, misleading and often downright wrong. We are all bombarded with advice about what we should and ...

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Why I'm no longer talking to white people about race  by Reni Eddo-Lodge

Why I'm no longer talking to white people about race

Reni Eddo-Lodge

Book

In 2014, award-wining journalist Reni Eddo-Lodge wrote on her blog about her frustration with the way that discussions of race and racism in Britain were being led by those who weren't affected by it. Her words hit a nerve. The post went viral and co...

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97 things every Java programmer should know

97 things every Java programmer should know

Book

Expert advice from Java leaders and practitioners. You’ll be encouraged to look at problems in new ways, take broader responsibility for your work, stretch yourself by learning new techniques, and become as good at the entire craft of development as ...

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The white Pacific  by Gerald Horne

The white Pacific

Gerald Horne

Book

Worldwide supplies of sugar and cotton were impacted dramatically as the U.S. Civil War dragged on. New areas of production entered these lucrative markets, particularly in the South Pacific, and plantation agriculture grew substantially in disparate...

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