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  • by John Reginald
    £25.49

    Book is written with Heating Engineers, Installers and Trainees in mind. It covers system design, installation considerations and requirements, design and operating principles of combination boiler components and the possible fault reasons and repair of each of the components. This book will enable Combination Boiler (and central heating system boilers) installation, fault finding, repair and servicing to be undertaken in a stepwise & logical fashion.

  • - How To Build a Better Brain at Any Age
    by Sanjay Gupta
    £8.99

    An exciting new science-driven guide to protecting your mind from decline. Throughout our lives, we are always looking for ways to keep our mind sharp and effortlessly productive. In this book, globetrotting neurosurgeon Dr Sanjay Gupta offers insights from top scientists all over the world, whose cutting edge research can help you heighten and protect brain function and maintain cognitive health at any age. Keep Sharp debunks common myths about ageing and cognitive decline, explores whether there's a 'best' diet or exercise regimen for the brain, and explains whether it's healthier to play video games that test memory and processing speed, or to engage in more social interaction. Discover what we can learn from 'super-brained' people who are in their eighties and nineties but showing no signs of slowing down - and whether there are truly any benefits to drugs, supplements and vitamins. Dr Gupta also addresses brain disease, particularly Alzheimer's, answers all your questions about signs and symptoms, and shows you both how to ward against it and how to care for a partner in cognitive decline. The book also provides readers with a personalized twelve-week programme featuring practical strategies to strengthen your brain every day. Keep Sharp is the only owner's manual you'll need to keep your brain young and healthy at any age!

  • by Kenneth C. Laudon & Carol Guercio Traver
    £35.49

    For courses in e-commerce. Lively and fun to read, E-commerce 2019: Business, Technology and Society is an in-depth, thought-provoking introduction to e-commerce focusing on key concepts and the latest empirical and financial data. Hundreds of examples from companies such as Facebook(R), Google(R), Twitter(R), and Amazon(R) illustrate how e-commerce is altering business practices and driving shifts in the global economy. The entire 15th edition, including its data, figures, and tables, has been updated through October 2018. It has up-to-date coverage of key topics in e-commerce today, such as privacy and piracy, government surveillance, cyberwar, social-local-mobile marketing, internet sales taxes, and intellectual property.

  • by Caroline Linse & Elly Schottman
    £9.99

    Cambridge Global English offers an enquiry-based, language-rich approach to learning English with an international focus. Specifically developed to provide comprehensive support for young learners of ESL worldwide, the topics covered reflect diversity and help learners communicate in English. The material engages children as active, creative learners with opportunities to participate in a wide variety of curriculum-based activities to acquire content knowledge, develop critical thinking skills and practise English language and literacy. The materials incorporate a 'learning to learn' approach and learners can acquire skills and strategies to help them approach new learning situations with confidence. Emphasis is placed on developing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills as well as vocabulary development and language awareness. Learners are exposed to a range of vocabulary with opportunities for using language in personalised, meaningful ways and developing the language skills they will need to access classroom materials in English across school curricula.

  • - Extraordinary Change through Ordinary Moments
    by Winston T. Smith
    £8.99

    Can Ordinary Marriages Become Extraordinary?He snapped at her during breakfast. She brought up a past mistake. He walked out angry. She left without saying good-bye. An ordinary day in an ordinary marriage. But what if things could be different? What if the moments that seem the most ordinary moments of annoyance, conflict, pain, or cold indifference could become moments in which you're able to understand God's incredible agenda for love and begin to do something new?Winston T. Smith, drawing on his extensive experience as a marriage counselor, offers a simple yet powerful prescription for changing your marriage. He shows how examining the everyday disappointments and irritations in your marriage will help you understand yourself, your spouse, and your need for God's love. Change begins with seeing day-to-day interactions from a different perspective, taking simple steps to love one another more effectively, and then learning how to take those steps over and over again. Interactions that used to devolve into pointless annoyances and fights can become an opportunity for God's activity and love to become increasingly evident and powerful.The principles in this book will take your marriage to extraordinary places and lead you into a deeper relationship with an extraordinary God. Don't settle for an ordinary marriage, learn to live out God's extraordinary love in your most intimate relationship.

  • - My Struggle
    by Adolf Hitler
    £2.99

    Adolf Hitler wrote this book when he was in prison for his political activities. During that time, Germany had been weakened by the Treaty of Versailles, and France had seized several parts of Germany. France was also encouraging separatist movements in the Rhineland and in Bavaria.After the First World War, the social and economic conditions in Germany were also deteriorating. In this scenario, many Germans were beginning to feel angry and resentful of the way their country had been treated by the Treaty of Versailles. Unrest was beginning to build up, and many political movements were springing up with dreams of reclaiming Germanys lost power and status.Hitler was part of the political movement that stood for the unity of the German nation and opposed the separatist movements. Hitler and his associates were arrested when they went on a march of protest He was imprisoned in the Fort of Landsberg. This was the time when Hitler started writing Mein Kampf (My Struggle), which, more than an autobiography, was a declaration of his visions and plans for reclaiming the glory of the German nation.It contains stories from his childhood, the events and situations that influenced his ideologies, and his prejudices. It explains his visions for German expansion through Europe, the Unification of Germany and Austria, and his assertion of the superiority of the Aryan Race. The book contains the seeds of the Nazi vision for the mass extermination of the Jewish people.Mein Kampf is the story of his life and a political manifesto that contains the beginnings of the ideas that resulted in all the atrocities committed by the Nazi party.The book is considered historically important for various reasons. One of them is to analyze and understand how a single man was able to convince a whole nation to follow his ideas, good or bad. A study of the factors that made people follow him on a path that led to a Second World War.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Adolf Hitler was the Austrian born leader of the Nazi Party in Germany. He was born in 1889 in Austria. He was a decorated veteran of the First World War.He joined the German Workers Party and rose through its ranks. He gained a huge following in the country with his Pan German vision and his racist, anti-Semitic, and anti-Marxist views. It was a period of social, economic, and political unrest and people were willing to follow Hitler as he promised deliverance. When he became the Chancellor in 1933, he transformed the democratic Weimar Republic into a single party dictatorship governed by the Nazi Party, and declared himself the Fuhrer (Ruler) of the Third Reich.Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler, ebook, 9789380914855

  • - Mastering the Transition to the Information Age
    by James Dale Davidson & Lord William Rees-Mogg
    £9.49

    Two renowned investment advisors and authors of the bestseller The Great Reckoning bring to light both currents of disaster and the potential for prosperity and renewal in the face of radical changes in human history as we move into the next century. The Sovereign Individual details strategies necessary for adapting financially to the next phase of Western civilization.Few observers of the late twentieth century have their fingers so presciently on the pulse of the global political and economic realignment ushering in the new millennium as do James Dale Davidson and Lord William Rees-Mogg. Their bold prediction of disaster on Wall Street in Blood in the Streets was borne out by Black Tuesday. In their ensuing bestsellar, The Great Reckoning, published just weeks before the coup attempt against Gorbachev, they analyzed the pending collapse of the Soviet Union and foretold the civil war in Yugoslavia and other events that have proved to be among the most searing developments of the past few years.In The Sovereign Individual, Davidson and Rees-Mogg explore the greatest economic and political transition in centuries -- the shift from an industrial to an information-based society. This transition, which they have termed "e;the fourth stage of human society,"e; will liberate individuals as never before, irrevocably altering the power of government. This outstanding book will replace false hopes and fictions with new understanding and clarified values.

  • by Nick Dear
    £6.99

    In the savage 1942 winter siege of Leningrad, as the Russians fight off the Nazi invaders, three teenagers - Lika, Marat and Leondik - are thrown together. Losing everything from their past, they forge a new love that binds them and a new hope which keeps them alive: the promise of a better future.Arbuzov's classic of the 1960s is revived here in Nick Dear's stunning adaptation for the Tricycle Theatre, London in 2002.

  • by Ian Kerner
    £7.49

    Transform Yourself from "e;Passion Victim"e; to Passionista!In the smash hit She Comes First, Ian Kerner singlehandedly waged battle against male sexual "e;ill-cliteracy,"e; and women everywhere benefited from his "e;viva la vulva"e; philosophy of female pleasure. Now, in Passionista, it's time to learn all about what turns men onand makes them stay on. In this point-by-point, "e;blow-by-blow"e; guide, Kerner makes giving as much fun as receiving as he covers every angle of male sexuality, unlocks the secrets of satisfaction, and offers knowledgeable answers to the questions every woman wonders about. His advice is the closest you'll ever come to waking up in a guy's skin and knowing what truly makes him sexually tick.Written in the same witty, insightful, and utterly readable voice that has made She Comes First and Be HonestYou're Not That Into Him Either so popular, Passionista is the empowered woman's guide to enjoying sex to the fullestand ensuring that he does the same.

  • by Carlos & Arne
    £11.99

    55 unique hand-knit Christmas ornaments inspired by traditional Norwegian patterns.

  • by Jana Christy & Madelyn Rosenberg
    £10.99

    Tu B'Shevat is a Jewish holiday known as "e;New Year for Trees"e; or "e;Birthday of the Trees,"e; a day that celebrates trees and taking care of our environment. In this story, which takes place on Tu B'Shevat, a little girl named Joni presents her favorite climbing tree with a special birthday gift.

  • - Lost Visionary of the Cinema
    by McMahan Alison McMahan
    £18.99

    Alice Guy BlachT (1873-1968), the world's first woman filmmaker, was one of the key figures in the development of narrative film. From 1896 to 1920 she directed 400 films (including over 100 synchronized sound films), produced hundreds more, and was the first--and so far the only--woman to own and run her own studio plant (The Solax Studio in Fort Lee, NJ, 1910-1914). However, her role in film history was completely forgotten until her own memoirs were published in 1976. This new book tells her life story and fills in many gaps left by the memoirs. Guy BlachT's life and career mirrored momentous changes in the film industry, and the long time-span and sheer volume of her output makes her films a fertile territory for the application of new theories of cinema history, the development of film narrative, and feminist film theory. The book provides a close analysis of the one hundred Guy BlachT films that survive, and in the process rewrites early cinema history.

  • - UK HARDCORE 1985-1989
    by Ian Glasper
    £5.99

    The underground hardcore scene of the mid-late Eighties was UK punk rock's last significant creative gasp. Emerging from the wreckage of the anarcho punk scene spawned by the likes of Crass and Conflict, it took its influences from the studs 'n' leather punk bands of the early Eighties such as Discharge and GBH, and also the nascent American hardcore movement and the emerging metal/punk crossover scene. Filter all of this through some through fiercely DIY aesthetics and you had a potent movement that spawned such seminal acts as Napalm Death, ENT, The Stupids and Heresy. With the backing of John Peel and an unwavering work ethic, these bands, and the labels that launched them (including Earache and Peaceville - both now widely regarded as having some of the finest metal rosters in the world), pushed musical boundaries into new and previously unexplored avenues of extremity, helping to shape the alternative music scene we know and love today. Ian Glasper is the critically acclaimed author of two previous books for Cherry Red, 2004's 'Burning Britain' and 2006's 'The Day The Country Died', and 'Trapped In A Scene is the long-awaited closing volume of his celebrated trilogy on the UK punk scene of the Eighties. As per those first two books, it digs deeper than anyone has previously dared into a subculture that was as manic, exciting, innovative and defiant as anything before or since, if not more so. Constructed upon meticulously gathered first-hand accounts and heaving with exclusive never-seen-before photographs, 'Trapped In A Scene' is the definitive document on UKHC and essential reading for anyone with a passing interest in the convoluted evolution of genuinely challenging punk music.

  • - A guide to therapy and self-treatment
    by Anne Marie Jensen
    £14.49

    Why does muscle tension, pain, scar tissue and reduced joint mobility decrease your chances of becoming pregnant? How is your stress level, working posture, stance, and exercise routines affecting your fertility? Do you exercise too little or maybe too much? Why is laser therapy particularly effective in treating age-related infertility and low sperm count? ”Fertility and Physical Therapy offers a ground-breaking ap- proach to treating infertility that provides the reader with natural ways to help “cultivate the soil” and optimize their fertility, whether they are trying to conceive naturally or using assisted reproductive technology (ART) such as IVF.” Dr. Lorne BrownB.Sc., CPA, Dr.TCM, FABORM, CHtClinical Director, Acubalance Wellness Centre Vancouver BC, Canada This book is first and foremost dedicated to all the women and couples who are struggling to conceive. It provides a thorough instruction on how you can more than triple your chances of conceiving and carrying your pregnancy to full term by following simple physical exercise and treatment protocols. The book includes an exercise program, a massage program for self-treatment of scar tissue, as well as guidelines to daily exercise routines most beneficial for your fertility. It also offers new insight into why and how laser therapy can increase your pregnancy chances.The content of the book is based on extensive scientific research, as well as the author’s own clinical experience with treating more than 300 women. On that background, it can serve as clinical inspiration for healthcare professionals, who work with couples struggling to conceive.

  • by Erik Larson
    £5.49

    'An irresistible page-turner that reads like the most compelling, sleep defying fiction' TIME OUT One was an architect. The other a serial killer. This is the incredible story of these two men and their realization of the Chicago World's Fair of 1893, and its amazing 'White City'; one of the wonders of the world. The architect was Daniel H. Burnham, the driving force behind the White City, the massive, visionary landscape of white buildings set in a wonderland of canals and gardens. The killer was H. H. Holmes, a handsome doctor with striking blue eyes. He used the attraction of the great fair - and his own devilish charms - to lure scores of young women to their deaths. While Burnham overcame politics, infighting, personality clashes and Chicago's infamous weather to transform the swamps of Jackson Park into the greatest show on Earth, Holmes built his own edifice just west of the fairground. He called it the World's Fair Hotel. In reality it was a torture palace, a gas chamber, a crematorium. These two disparate but driven men are brought to life in this mesmerizing, murderous tale of the legendary Fair that transformed America and set it on course for the twentieth century . . .

  • - An integration of clinical expertise and research
    by Diane G. Lee
    £43.49

    Authored by Diane Lee with major contribution from Linda-Joy Lee The Pelvic Girdle continues to provide the busy clinician with the latest evidence and clinical tools/knowledge to immediately impact and enhance daily practice for the management of lumbopelvic-hip pain and disability. This fourth edition has changed fundamentally in presentation and content to provide the clinician with the evidence and clinical tools for effective practice. The new model presented in this edition - The Integrated Systems Model and the Clinical Puzzle - co-developed by Diane Lee & Linda-Joy Lee, facilitates effective clinical reasoning, hypothesis development and prescriptive treatment. It is highly unlikely that there will ever be enough research evidence to me the needs of a clinician who is faced with patients presenting with a wide and variable range of single and multiple impairments every day. Clinical expertise (knowing how to do the right thing at the right time) comes from disciplined, reflective practice and it is hoped that this text will help more clinicians become expert in this field. Presents an evidence-based approach to the examination, diagnosis and treatment of the lumbopelvic regionEasy to read and clinican friendlyDemonstrates how clinicians can translate knowledge derived from scientific research into clinical practice and also use knowledge gained from clinical practice to evaluate the relevance of the scientific researchHighly illustrated descriptions of tests and techniques for practiceThe author team - Diane Lee, Linda-Joy Lee and Andry Vleeming - all have international reputations as clinicians and researchersBook now available in full colour online!Website! Log on to www.thepelvicgirlde.com and use your unique PIN code from inside the book to unlock the following: Over 240 tests and techniques video clips demonstrating the clinical application of TheIntegrated Systems Model Full colour e-book Further case studiesHistorical perspectives and the evolution of myths

  • - The Groundbreaking Science Empowering Women to Prevent Dementia
    by Lisa Mosconi
    £7.49

    Women are far more likely than men to suffer from anxiety, depression, migraines, brain injuries, strokes and Alzheimer's disease. But, until recently, scientific research has focused on 'bikini medicine,' assuming that women are essentially men with different reproductive organs.The XX Brain presents groundbreaking research showing that women's brains age distinctly from men's, due mostly to the decline of a key brain-protective hormone: estrogen. Taking on all aspects of women's health, including brain fog, memory lapses, depression, stress, insomnia, hormonal imbalances and the increased risk of dementia, Dr. Mosconi introduces cutting-edge, evidence-based methods for protecting the female brain, encompassing diet, stress reduction and sleep. She also examines the effectiveness of hormonal replacement therapy, addresses the perils of environmental toxins and explores the role of our microbiome. Luckily, it is never too late to take care of yourself.

  • by Maria Tsaneva
    £2.99

    William Merritt Chase was an American painter, notorious as a supporter of Impressionism and also fonder of the Chase School. He worked in all media but was excellent in pastel drawing. He as well created a lot of watercolor paintings and etchings. Highly proficient in pastel as well as oils, Chase is perhaps best known for his portraits, including some of the most important people of his time and members of his own family. In addition to painting portraits, he began painting landscapes in an impressionist manner. Chase was a member of the Ten (Ten American Painters), and also devoted much of his time to teaching, first at his New York studio, than at the Students League. His students included Marsden Hartley, Charles Demuth , Edward Hopper , Georgia O'Keeffe and Charles Sheeler.

  • by Matthew Freeman
    £9.49

  • by Sophie Deen
    £6.49

    Computer code just got dangerous in this action-packed spy adventure seriesAsha Joshi has the perfect excuse not to finish her homework. She's just been recruited to join the top-secret Children's Spy Agency. Her first mission: SAVE THE WORLD. Can she do it? Asha's a coder so she should be able to hack into the biggest tech company in the world, fight deadly sharks and figure out why the Internet has stopped working. All before bedtime. Easy, right?The story is a great way to engage young readers in coding, critical-thinking and STEM. It is mapped onto key National Curriculum Computing KS1 and KS2 concepts including algorithms, conditionals and debugging.

  • by Prof. Dr. med. Gustav Dobos
    £14.99

    Nach dem Bestseller Das gestresste Herz das neue Buch von Professor Gustav Dobos, dem Pionier der wissenschaftlichen Naturheilkunde, uber den Einfluss unserer Gefuhle auf unsere Gesundheit und wie stark unsere Emotionen von unserem korperlichen Wohlbefinden abhangen. "e;Vegetative Uberreizung"e;, notiert der Arzt dann in seiner Akte oder "e;somatoform"e;. Wird die emotionale Wurzel hinter den Beschwerden aufgedeckt, kann Heilung stattfinden. Inklusive ein achtwochiges Ubungsprogramm fur korperliche und mentale Starke.

  • by Barbara Ann Brennan
    £4.99

  • by MARJORIE HILLIS
    £3.99

    Who can resist a book with chapters such as 'A Lady and Her Liquor', 'Pleasures of a Single Bed' and 'Solitary Refinement'? In this priceless gem from a more genteel age, Marjorie Hillis provides no-nonsense advice for the single-but-hoping-not-to-be woman. 'This book is no brief for living alone. Five out of ten of the people who do so can't help themselves, and at least three of the others are irritatingly selfish. But the chances are that at some time in your life, possibly only now and then between husbands, you will find yourself settling down to a solitary existence . . . The point is that there is a technique about living alone successfully, as there is about doing anything really well. Whether you view your one-woman menage as Doom or Adventure, you need a plan, if you are going to make the best of it'And, lest you worry about how to put all the advice into practice, every chapter includes a case study providing examples of women who heeded -- and women who disregarded -- these golden rules.

  • by Saki
    £2.99

    Saki's (a.k.a Hector Hugh Munro) unique brand of humor has resonated with readers for over a century. Both macabre and also at times vicious, his writing nonetheless manages to perfectly capture the trivial absurdities of the Edwardian era in England. His subjects are almost always louche members of the upper classes - in particular his perfectly observed anti-heroes such as Clovis and Reginald - who wouldn't feel out of place in the world of P.G Wodehouse's 'Bertie Wooster'. The fatal flaw of hypocrisy receives particular attention in Saki's world, with vengeful justice often meted out in the most unlikely and unexpected fashion by birds, beasts and children alike. This collection contains both novels by Saki, all of his short story collections, and also his individual short stories the were published outside collections - in total 145 separate works.

  • - The Truth Will Shock You
    by Todd Friel
    £6.49

    Jesus Christ is the most famous man in human history, but exactly who was He? Some say a fable; others think just one option among many good teachers, or even a nice guy who taught morals. Do any of these descriptions capture the totality of who He was? Jesus Unmasked goes directly to the world's greatest expert on Jesus Christ, Jesus Himself: Who Jesus said He was and why He said it the way He did What historical accounts and Biblical details reveal versus what we assume Why 4000 years of history, prophecy and chronology force every human being to render their verdict about this one man. When you encounter Jesus Unmasked, you will not be ambivalent. Jesus gives us clarity and insight into the nature of God. Interact with what Jesus taught about Himself and draw your own conclusions to the world's most important question: ';Who is the real Jesus?'

  • by Patrick Leman & Andy Bremner
    £36.99

    EBOOK: Developmental Psychology, 2e

  • by Atkinson Catherine
    £4.49

    This is nourishing, imaginative and resourceful eating - as bold and lively as the Cockney sparrows themselves. From familiar favourites like Steak and Kidney Pud and Treacle Tart to local dishes like Black Jack (a Jack the Ripper namesake suet pudding rolled up with raisins), there's a real feeling of English comfort food here. Plus the added flavour of immigrant influences as diverse as Jewish Kosher, Indian and Bangladeshi. A great book for cooks looking for new twists on old ideas. A brilliant present for relatives overseas. The perfect take-home souvenir for visitors. It's a taste tradition the world will want to get its teeth into!

  • by Paul Jackson
    £9.49

    This book explains, in simple steps and non-mathematical terminology, how to create repeat patterns in a line, on the plane, as tiles and as Escher-like repeats. The book also shows how to make 'wallpaper repeats', where the elements of the pattern merge into each other, apparently seamlessly. Using letters as the basic elements, the book demonstrates how all repeat pattern-making comes out of four simple operations: translation, rotation, reflection and glide reflection. It will provide the definitive one-stop pattern-making resource for professional designers and students across disciplines, from textiles and fashion to graphic design and architecture.

  • by Gerard Honey
    £29.99

    Intruder Alarms provides a definitive and fully up-to-date guide to the specification, systems design, integration, installation and maintenance of intruder alarm systems. It has been written to be the essential handbook for installation engineers and security professionals working in this rapidly expanding and developing area. The third edition includes new material on systems integration, digital systems, wireless and remote signalling technologies, and electrical safety.The revision has brought coverage fully in line with the new European standards (EN50131 / BS EN 50131-1), with their implications summarised in a new appendix. The coverage has also been carefully matched to the requirements of the new Knowledge of Security and Emergency Alarm Systems from City & Guilds (1852).* An hugely popular practical guide for installation engineers and security professionals now in its third edition* Essential reading for managers responsible for the commissioning and maintenance of security alarm systems * Third edition is fully matched to the new European standards (EN50131 / BS EN 50131-1)* Coverage meets City & Guilds specifications for the new 1852 Security Alarm course

  • by Jane Mitchell
    £6.49

    When Ghalib, a 13-year-old Kurdish boy from Kobani in Syria, gets injured in an airstrike, his father realises his children are in grave danger. He makes the decision to flee with his family. They travel to Aleppo by bus, and from there they make their painful way on foot to the Turkish border. There is filth and chaos at the border, thousands of people wanting to cross into Turkey. Ghalib gets separated from his family and makes his way over the border alone. He is later reunited with his family at a Turkish refugee camp - all except his grandmother, who died on the hard journey. After some time the family decides to move on, so they leave the camp and set off again, for the coast. They hand over the last of their money to get on a boat to Greece. But it's overcrowded and unseaworthy and capsizes within reach of the Greek coast. Ghalib swims ashore - but what has happened to his disabled little brother Aylan? Can he possibly have survived the treacherous crossing? An accurate and brilliantly-written tale of the journey of one young boy as he flees the war in Syria

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