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eBooks nonfiction new titles

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Have a flick through our collection of nonfiction eBooks on a wide range of topics. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

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The Regiment by Rusty Firmin

The Regiment

Rusty Firmin

eBook

"This is the unforgettable chronicle of Rusty's combat experiences, transporting the reader back to the cutting edge of the SAS's deadly covert missions during the crises of the 80s and 90s. But even more fascinating is his intimate portrayal of what...

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How to listen and how to be heard by Alissa Carpenter

How to listen and how to be heard

Alissa Carpenter

eBook

"Too often people avoid difficult conversations, but these discussions often need to happen to bring people together so we can all succeed. There's no denying that our workplaces are more diverse than ever. The best employees and leaders know that ha...

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Naruto. Vol. 28, Homecoming by Masashi Kishimoto

Naruto. Vol. 28, Homecoming

Masashi Kishimoto

eBook

It's been two years since Naruto left to train with Jiraiya. Now he reunites with his old friends to find out he's still not the most accomplished of his former teammates. But when one of them is kidnapped, it's up to Naruto to prove he's got the stuff...

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Storyville! by John Dufresne

Storyville!

John Dufresne

eBook

"A smart and funny guide to writing fiction, with engaging infographics that bring storytelling techniques to life. Whether you are daunted by a blinking cursor or frustrated trying to get the people in your head onto the page, writing stories can be...

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Dark side of the moon by Wayne Biddle

Dark side of the moon

Wayne Biddle

eBook

A stunning investigation of the roots of the first moon landing forty years ago, this illuminating story of the dawn of the space age reaches back to the reactionary modernism of the Third Reich, using the life of "rocket scientist" Wernher von Braun...

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Fermenting Everything by Andy Hamilton

Fermenting Everything

Andy Hamilton

eBook

Kombucha, kimchi, kefir, and more! Yes, you can ferment nearly anything--for healthy, exciting, and tasty dishes Fermentation is the secret behind some of today's trendiest dishes. The bonus? It can even help build a healthier gut. With an ever-growing...

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Mindfulness solution by Ronald D. Siegel

Mindfulness solution

Ronald D. Siegel

eBook

Mindfulness offers a path to well-being and tools for coping with life's inevitable hurdles. And though mindfulness may sound exotic, you can cultivate it--and reap its proven benefits--without special training or lots of spare time. Trusted therapist...

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Ready for anything by Kathi Lipp

Ready for anything

Kathi Lipp

eBook

"There are those who've prepared, and those who wish they had. Let Kathi Lipp's Ready for Anything be your go-to guide for facing any unexpected crisis with confidence"--

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Witness by Ariel Burger

Witness

Ariel Burger

eBook

"In the vein of Tuesdays with Morrie, a devoted protégé and friend of one of the world's great thinkers takes us into the sacred space of the classroom, showing Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Elie Wiesel not only as an extraordinary...

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SETTLER'S COOKBOOK by YASMIN ALIBHAI-BROWN

SETTLER'S COOKBOOK

YASMIN ALIBHAI-BROWN

eBook

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Code name Madeleine by Arthur J. Magida

Code name Madeleine

Arthur J. Magida

eBook

The captivating story of the valiant Noor Inayat Khan, daughter of an Indian Sufi mystic and unlikely World War II heroine. Raised in a lush suburb of 1920s Paris, Noor Inayat Khan was an introspective musician and writer, dedicated to her family and...

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My bread by Jim Lahey

My bread

Jim Lahey

eBook

New York's premier baker shares his no-knead, slow-rise fermentation method for baking rustic, deep-flavored bread in a home oven.

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One bright moon by Andrew Kwong

One bright moon

Andrew Kwong

eBook

Andrew Kwong was only seven when he witnessed his first execution. The grim scene left him sleepless, anxious and doubtful about his fervour as a revolutionary in Mao's New China. Yet he knew if he devoted himself to the Party and its Chairman he would...

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Trespassers by Breena Bard

Trespassers

Breena Bard

eBook

Gabby Woods is looking forward to another summer vacation at her family's lake house, even though she would rather bury herself in a mystery novel than make new friends. But soon Gabby meets Paige, a snarky kid from Chicago, and they get caught up in...

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Stresshacking by Louise Lloyd

Stresshacking

Louise Lloyd

eBook

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Nature obscura by Kelly Brenner

Nature obscura

Kelly Brenner

eBook

"With wonder and a sense of humor, Kelly Brenner aims to help us rediscover our connection to the natural world that is just outside our front door--we just need to know where to look. Through explorations of a rich, varied urban landscape, Brenner reveals...

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Simply real eating by Sarah Adler

Simply real eating

Sarah Adler

eBook

"Forget diet perfection-discover a new approach to eating with this beautiful cookbook In this unique and welcoming cookbook, Sarah Adler invites readers to cultivate a healthy lifestyle that will actually last. The founder of Simply Real Health, Adler...

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100 ways to understand your cat by Roger K. Tabor

100 ways to understand your cat

Roger K. Tabor

eBook

Everything you need to understand about your cat is here in this essential owner's handbook.

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The journeys of trees by Zach St George

The journeys of trees

Zach St George

eBook

"An eye-opening investigation into forest migration past and present-and the people fighting to save its uncertain future. Forests are restless. Any time a tree dies or a new one sprouts, the forest that includes it has shifted. Today, however, an array...

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EXISTENTIAL KINK by Carolyn Elliott

EXISTENTIAL KINK

Carolyn Elliott

eBook

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The operators by James Rennie

The operators

James Rennie

eBook

Few outside the security services have heard of 14 Company. As deadly as the SAS yet more secret, the Operators of 14 Company are Britain's most effective weapon against international terrorism. For every bomb that goes off 14 Company prevent twelve....

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He was my chief by Christa Schroeder

He was my chief

Christa Schroeder

eBook

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The enneagram of belonging workbook by Christopher L. Heuertz

The enneagram of belonging workbook

Christopher L. Heuertz

eBook

Imagine who you might become if you could make peace with the whole of who you are, rather than over-identifying with the "best" of your type or rejecting the "worst" of its expressions.If self-awareness is the first step of the journey, self-acceptance...

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When all hell breaks loose by Cody Lundin

When all hell breaks loose

Cody Lundin

eBook

Describes the skills and supplies that individuals and families need to prepare for possible emergencies, and offers survival tips and advice related to shelter, water, food, first-aid, and self-defense.

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Gurus of chaos by Saurabh Mukherjea

Gurus of chaos

Saurabh Mukherjea

eBook

The Indian stock market is many things to many people. Some are drawn to its thrill and promise but, more often than not, they fail to recognize the risk that accompanies the reward of a great ride. For many, the market and its workings defy logic a...

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Clouds of glory by Michael Korda

Clouds of glory

Michael Korda

eBook

In Clouds of Glory: The Life and Legend of Robert E. Lee, Michael Korda, the New York Times bestselling biographer of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Ulysses S. Grant, and T.E. Lawrence, has written the first major biography of Lee in nearly twenty years, bringing...

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Chronology of world terrorism, 1901-2001 by Henry E. Mattox

Chronology of world terrorism, 1901-2001

Henry E. Mattox

eBook

The attacks of September 11, 2001, brought unprecedented attention to the problem of terrorism. Yet the threat of terrorist acts has long been a specter in the lives of millions, and the patterns and occurrences all too regular. This chronology begins...

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Horses came first, second and last by Jack Le Goff

Horses came first, second and last

Jack Le Goff

eBook

"With an astounding eighteen medals in eight international championships and team gold medals at the Olympic Games in 1976 and 1984, Jack Le Goff created the standard by which modern–day equestrian teams are measured. But Le Goff's techniques could b...

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China's millennials by Eric Fish

China's millennials

Eric Fish

eBook

In 1989, students marched on Tiananmen Square demanding democratic reform. The Communist Party responded with a massacre, but it was jolted into restructuring the economy and overhauling the education of its young citizens. A generation later, Chinese...

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Harry Styles songbook by Harry Styles

Harry Styles songbook

Harry Styles

eBook

This debut solo album release from Harry Styles of One Direction fame topped the album charts in the US and his native UK as well as Australia and Canada and has been certified platinum. Our matching folio includes all 10 tracks in piano/vocal/guitar...

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Musings from middle age by Kerre Woodham

Musings from middle age

Kerre Woodham

eBook

When do barmen and supermarket check-out operators start calling us 'madam' and why do some women have the unnatural urge to cut their own hair with nail scissors or run away to Buddhist retreats when they hit forty? In this hilarious collection of ...

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Margaret Mahy by Tessa Duder

Margaret Mahy

Tessa Duder

eBook

Margaret Mahy's death on 23 July 2012 brought forth an unprecedented outpouring of grief and heartfelt tributes from around New Zealand and the world. Her passing at 76 was breaking news in the media, unstoppable through the social networks, noted by...

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A perfect gentleman by Bob Howitt

A perfect gentleman

Bob Howitt

eBook

This is the man who had all of Cardiff Arms Park standing, singing 'For He's a Jolly Good Fellow' at the conclusion of the epic All Black tour of 1963-1964. He was a gifted, natural leader who, following his celebrated rugby career, became an iconic ...

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One wild song by Paul Heiney

One wild song

Paul Heiney

eBook

When Countrywise presenter Paul Heiney's son Nicholas committed suicide aged 23, Paul and his wife, Times columnist Libby Purves, were rocked to the core. Nicholas had been a highly gifted promising young man, albeit he had struggled to keep his head...

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Atoms under the floorboards by Chris Woodford

Atoms under the floorboards

Chris Woodford

Book

Using the modern home as a springboard, Atoms under the floorboards introduces the reader to the fascinating and surprising scientific explanations behind a variety of common (and often entertainingly mundane) household phenomena, from gurgling drains...

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Grace, not perfection by Emily Ley

Grace, not perfection

Emily Ley

eBook

"As a busy wife, new mother, business owner, and designer, Emily Ley came to a point when she suddenly realized she couldn't do it all. She needed to simplify her life, organize her days, and prioritize the priorities. She realized that she had been ...

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Just the beginning songbook by Grace VanderWaal

Just the beginning songbook

Grace VanderWaal

eBook

(Ukulele). 13-year-old ukulele player and singer-songwriter Grace VanderWaal won the 11th season of the NBC show America's Got Talent and this ukulele songbook features 13 songs from her debut album.

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Everything you know about space is wrong by Matt Brown

Everything you know about space is wrong

Matt Brown

eBook

Indulge your curiosity with this humorous and fascinating book that demystifies the surprising myths about space. In the latest book from the Everything You Know is Wrong series, Matt Brown brings you a compendium of amazing facts about our planet, t...

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Young Logan Campbell by R. C. J. Stone

Young Logan Campbell

R. C. J. Stone

eBook

"Sir John Logan Campbell is known as the Father of Auckland; he is synonymous with that city. As this first volume of his biography shows, however, he was not particularly enamoured of a pioneering life or of the settlement in which he led it. His purpose...

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The last lighthouse keeper by John Cook

The last lighthouse keeper

John Cook

eBook

A beautiful memoir from John Cook, one of Tasmania's last kerosene lighthouse keepers. A story about madness and wilderness, shining a light onto the vicissitudes of love and nature.

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F*ck happiness by Ariel Gore

F*ck happiness

Ariel Gore

eBook

Happiness has become big business. Books, psychologists, consultants, and even governments promote scientific findings into it. The problem is that almost all of this science is performed by and for straight white men. And some of the most vocal of t...

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Network Automation Cookbook by Karim Okasha

Network Automation Cookbook

Karim Okasha

eBook

This book includes over 100 actionable recipes to supercharge Ansible and automate network devices from different vendors and build networking solutions across cloud providers like AWS, GCP, and Azure. You will be able to effectively manage your netw...

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High fibre keto by Naomi Whittel

High fibre keto

Naomi Whittel

eBook

Have you tried going keto and found that it has made you feel worse rather than better? Does keto seem to make sense in so many ways yet seem just slightly off in several key ones? What if it's not just you? What if traditional keto diet simply fails...

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Untamed by Glennon Doyle

Untamed

Glennon Doyle

eBook

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The Dragons and the Snakes by David Kilcullen

The Dragons and the Snakes

David Kilcullen

eBook

The first work to put forward a unified theory of how state and non-state threats now overlap and intersect. In 1993, a newly appointed CIA director warned that Western powers might have 'slain a large dragon' with the fall of the USSR, but now faced...

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Be more wonder woman by Cheryl Rickman

Be more wonder woman

Cheryl Rickman

eBook

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Your Brain on Facts by Moxie LaBouche

Your Brain on Facts

Moxie LaBouche

eBook

From the trivia-darling podcast of the same name, springs a book guaranteed to satisfy even the hungriest brain, with science (why does mint feel cold?), history (King Charles II of Spain was so inbred, his family didn't bother educating him), medicine...

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You should be writing by Brenda Knight

You should be writing

Brenda Knight

eBook

The goal of this book is to be a useful tool for aspiring writers of any level of experience. Compiles writing advice from many well-known authors and organizes them into a journal that can be accessed by anyone to advance their writing abilities. Advice...

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The changing mind by Daniel J. Levitin

The changing mind

Daniel J. Levitin

eBook

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Shellac and swing! by Bruce (Music journalist) Lindsay

Shellac and swing!

Bruce (Music journalist) Lindsay

eBook

'Shellac and Swing!' tells the story of the gramophone's 'golden age,' from 1900-1955, when it helped to shape Britain's culture from the arts to warfare. The story focuses on the gramophone, the invention of Emile Berliner in the 1880s, but begins with...

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The joy of simplicity by Allen Klein

The joy of simplicity

Allen Klein

eBook

Slow down, relax, smell the roses, and simplify your life with the latest collection of insightful quotations and inspired ideas by the popular ""Jollytologist"" Allen Klein. These soothing, tranquil, and calming quotes and inspired ideas come from n...

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Laws of UX by Jon Yablonski

Laws of UX

Jon Yablonski

eBook

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A house through time by David Olusoga

A house through time

David Olusoga

eBook

In recent years house histories have become the new frontier of popular, participatory history. People, many of whom have already embarked upon that great adventure of genealogical research, and who have encountered their ancestors in the archives an...

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A book of friends by Dorothy Driver

A book of friends

Dorothy Driver

eBook

John Maxwell Coetzee is a South African-born novelist, essayist, linguist, translator and recipient of the 2003 Nobel Prize in Literature. He has also won the Booker Prize (twice), the CNA Prize (thrice), the Jerusalem Prize, the Prix Femina étranger,...

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Healing the heart by Christine Fonseca

Healing the heart

Christine Fonseca

eBook

"Trauma permeates America's families, and no one is immune to its impact. Natural disasters, community and institutional violence, adverse childhood experiences- these events impact the developing brains and bodies of our youth. This book for parents...

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Be kind by Melissa Burmester

Be kind

Melissa Burmester

eBook

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Einstein in Bohemia by Michael D. Gordin

Einstein in Bohemia

Michael D. Gordin

eBook

"Though Einstein is undoubtedly one of the most important figures in the history of modern science, he was in many respects marginal. Despite being one of the creators of quantum theory, he remained skeptical of it, and his major research program while...

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Notre-Dame by Agnès Poirier

Notre-Dame

Agnès Poirier

eBook

The profound emotion felt around the world upon seeing images of Notre-Dame in flames opens up a series of questions: Why was everyone so deeply moved' Why does Notre-Dame so clearly crystallise what our civilisation is about' What makes 'Our Lady of...

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One hundred summers by Vanessa Branson

One hundred summers

Vanessa Branson

eBook

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The acid watcher cookbook by Jonathan E. Aviv

The acid watcher cookbook

Jonathan E. Aviv

eBook

Jonathan Aviv, renowned ENT physician and author of The Acid Watcher Diet, supplies readers with new recipes and advice on how to stay acid-free and reverse inflammation for optimal health.In The Acid Watcher Cookbook, Dr Jonathan Aviv widens the pos...

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Yarn bombing by Mandy Moore

Yarn bombing

Mandy Moore

eBook

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India by DK Eyewitness author

India

DK Eyewitness author

eBook

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In my own moccasins by Helen Knott

In my own moccasins

Helen Knott

eBook

"Helen Knott, a highly accomplished Indigenous woman, seems to have it all. But in her memoir, she offers a different perspective. In My Own Moccasins is an unflinching account of addiction, intergenerational trauma, and the wounds brought on by sexu...

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Hands-on deep learning algorithms with Python by Sudharsan Ravichandiran

Hands-on deep learning algorithms with Python

Sudharsan Ravichandiran

eBook

This book introduces basic-to-advanced deep learning algorithms used in a production environment by AI researchers and principal data scientists; it explains algorithms intuitively, including the underlying math, and shows how to implement them using...

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Greetings from Bury Park by Sarfraz Manzoor

Greetings from Bury Park

Sarfraz Manzoor

eBook

Sarfraz Manzoor was two years old when his family emigrated from Pakistan to join his father in Bury Park, Luton. His teenage years were a constant battle to reconcile being both British and Muslim. But when his best friend introduced him to Bruce Sp...

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Journey to top blogger by David Brock

Journey to top blogger

David Brock

eBook

This course will give you great tips how to become a top blogger and generate a passive income. Some of the topics are: The process of choosing a niche and coming up with a brand; How to Hone in on a Smaller Niche; Creating Your Brand and Logo; Top Plugins...

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Johnny B. Bad by Stephanie Bennett

Johnny B. Bad

Stephanie Bennett

eBook

Thirty years ago, Chuck Berry starred in the seminal music documentary Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock 'N' Roll, which profiled the legend during a star-studded concert celebrating his sixtieth birthday. Now, on the heels of Berry's death, comes the co...

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The herbal kitchen by Kami McBride

The herbal kitchen

Kami McBride

eBook

Herbs are a gift from nature. They not only help to create aromatic and delicious food, they also support overall health and wellness. Using dried and fresh herbs in your cooking boosts your intake of vitamins and minerals, improves digestion, streng...

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Fallout 76 by David S. J. Hodgson

Fallout 76

David S. J. Hodgson

eBook

Emerge from Vault 76 ready to thrive--solo or with friends--with the Collector's Edition guide to Fallout 76. It's the ultimate reference for creating your character, teaming up with allies, defeating enemies, building, crafting, and exploring the wastes...

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Dunedin

Dunedin

eBook

Dunedin's remarkable literary heritage is founded on Charles Brasch, who presided over the nation's literature from his Dunedin home for many years as the editor of Landfall, on James K Baxter, arguably New Zealand's greatest poet; and on internation...

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Reptiles and amphibians of New Zealand by Dylan Van Winkel

Reptiles and amphibians of New Zealand

Dylan Van Winkel

eBook

"Definitive field guide to all of New Zealand's tuatara, geckos, skinks, frogs, marine turtles and marine snakes"--Publisher information.

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The Montessori toddler by Simone Davies

The Montessori toddler

Simone Davies

eBook

An inspiring, beautifully designed guide for parents of toddlers looking to bring the principles of Montessori education--curiosity, independence, respect--into their daily lives.

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Engagement magic by Tracy Maylett

Engagement magic

Tracy Maylett

eBook

In this new edition, based on new research and double the survey data, ENGAGEMENT MAGIC provides you with an expert approach to increasing workplace engagement. Discover how to engage employees (and yourself) more effectively...

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The social leap by William von. Hippel

The social leap

William von. Hippel

eBook

In The Social Leap, leading psychologist William von Hippel traces our evolutionary history to show how events in our distant past continue to shape our lives today. From the everyday, such as why we exaggerate, to the exotic, such as why we believe our...

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The girl in the back by Laura Davis-Chanin

The girl in the back

Laura Davis-Chanin

eBook

"Seventeen-year old Laura, quaking within her skin while the bursting punk rock revolution explodes around her, starts a band with her teenage friends called the Student Teachers. She's the drummer. In comes Jimmy Destri from Blondie. He thinks the S...

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Layout essentials by Beth Tondreau

Layout essentials

Beth Tondreau

eBook

Adhering to certain layout and grids standards and principles is important for any job from brochures, to annual reports, to posters, to websites, to publications. However, knowing how to bend the rules and make certain grids work for the job at hand...

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The Better Mom Devotional by Ruth Schwenk

The Better Mom Devotional

Ruth Schwenk

eBook

As a mom, you want to give your best to your family. Motherhood is incredibly rewarding, yet its challenges can leave you feeling anxious, inadequate, and overwhelmed with mom guilt.Trusted author Ruth Schwenk of Pressing Pause and The Better Mom blog...

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The new testament by Jericho Brown

The new testament

Jericho Brown

eBook

To read Jericho Brown's poems is to encounter devastating genius' Claudia RankineJericho Brown's The New Testament is a devastating meditation on race, sexuality and contemporary American society by one of the most important new voices in US poetry. In...

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Sea room by Adam Nicolson

Sea room

Adam Nicolson

eBook

Aged 21, Nicolson inherited the Shiants, three lonely Hebridean islands set in a dangerous sea off the Isle of Lewis. With only a stone bothy for accommodation and half a million puffins for company, he found himself in charge of one of the most beau...

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Six capitals by Jane Gleeson-White

Six capitals

Jane Gleeson-White

eBook

This is the story of a 21st century revolution being led by the most unlikely of rebels: accountants. It is only the second revolution in accounting since double-entry bookkeeping emerged in medieval Italy - and it is of seismic proportions, driven by...

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The queen, her lover and the most notorious spy in history by Roland Perry

The queen, her lover and the most notorious spy in history

Roland Perry

eBook

The intensely revealing and entertaining account of a great royal secret and hidden love story - an unbuttoned history of Queen Victoria's loves and intrigues. Long before her successful marriage to Prince Albert, Princess Victoria had an affair with...

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Out of the blue by Joanna Fincham

Out of the blue

Joanna Fincham

eBook

When Joanna Fincham appeared on a popular reality TV program in 2008 looking for love, little did the viewers know that Jo had been suffering from depression on and off throughout her life.

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Let's just say it wasn't pretty by Diane Keaton

Let's just say it wasn't pretty

Diane Keaton

eBook

From Academy Award winner and bestselling author Diane Keaton comes a candid, hilarious, and deeply affecting look at beauty, aging, and the importance of staying true to yourself—no matter what anyone else thinks. Diane Keaton has spent a lifetime c...

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Blood and guts by Sam Vincent

Blood and guts

Sam Vincent

eBook

"I pull on my balaclava and step onto the bridge wing. It's loud outside: I can hear the rumbles of nine vessels' engines and the hiss of ten water cannons ... Suddenly the bridge is full of refugees from the upper deck. They are blocking my view out...

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My year without matches by Claire Dunn

My year without matches

Claire Dunn

eBook

Disillusioned and burnt out by life as a city 'greenocrat', Claire Dunn quit her job, her partner and her comfortable life to embark on a year-long wilderness survival skills program on the mid north coast of NSW. Her new forest home became both ally...

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An outback nurse by Thea Hayes

An outback nurse

Thea Hayes

eBook

Thea Hayes trained as a Nurse in Sydney in 1959. A year later she was catapulted out of the safety of her city life into the unknown world of the Outback. Thea knew nothing of the place she was soon to call home, Wave Hill Station in the Northern Ter...

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A fig at the gate by Kate Llewellyn

A fig at the gate

Kate Llewellyn

eBook

In A Fig at the Gate, author Kate Llewellyn, now in her seventies, embraces a new phase in her life, asking the question, 'How does one live well?' Following the joyful crafting of her gardens in the Blue Mountains (The Waterlily) and north of Wollon...

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Live happier, live longer by Timothy James Sharp

Live happier, live longer

Timothy James Sharp

eBook

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics there are more than 3 million Australians over the age of 65, and this number is only going to grow (in fact it's the fastest growing demographic in Australia). Thanks to compulsory superannuation many...

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Where you're at by Patrick Neate

Where you're at

Patrick Neate

eBook

Pinballing around the major cities of the world, from where it all began in the projects of Brooklyn and the Bronx to the excessive madness of Tokyo, from the random violence of Johannesburg, to the shanty towns of Rio, Whitbread Award-winning writer...

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Sell up, pack up & take off by Stephen Wyatt

Sell up, pack up & take off

Stephen Wyatt

eBook

Whether you're 40-plus and feeling burnt out, or 50-plus and approaching retirement, this is the perfect book for you. Find out how to live an exciting and comfortable but cheaper life overseas - on a long term or trial basis. Sell Up, Pack Up and Take...

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The tulip by Anna Pavord

The tulip

Anna Pavord

eBook

No other flower has ever carried so much cultural baggage; it charts political upheavals, illuminates social behaviour, mirrors economic booms and busts, plots the ebb and flow of religious persecution. Pavord tells how the tulip arrived from Turkey...

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Kidnap in Crete by Rick Stroud

Kidnap in Crete

Rick Stroud

eBook

On a moonlit night in April 1944 a small band of fearless partisans, led by the British SOE agent Patrick Leigh Fermor, kidnapped a high-ranking Nazi general on the German-occupied island of Crete. In 1941 the German army invaded the strategically im...

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Kids around the world by Dona Herweck. Rice

Kids around the world

Dona Herweck. Rice

eBook

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