Infinity in the Palm of your Hand
Best-selling author Marcus Chown explores some of the most profound and important science about us, our world and beyond by examining some astonishing facts that reveal the vast complexities of the universe.
Contains an exclusive Q&A with the author.
How to Behave Badly in Renaissance Britain
Historian and popular BBC TV presenter Ruth Goodman, author of How to Be a Tudor, offers up a history of Renaissance Britain – with practical tips on just how to horrify the neighbours.
Spitfire Stories, published in association with Imperial War Museums, is a fascinating anthology of first-hand stories from the Spitfire heroes and heroines of the Second World War.
The Beginning and End of Everything
The Beginning and the End of Everything is the whole story as we currently understand it – from nothing, to the birth of our universe, to its ultimate fate. Authoritative and engaging, Paul Parsons takes us on a rollercoaster ride through billions of light years to tell the story of the Big Bang, from birth to death.
Through creative exercises and mini-journals, discover your unique, multi-faceted self. With short introductory narratives, and trigger headings to provoke thought, creativity and self-awareness, The Book…
Art history has been given a fun feline makeover. Discover the basics of important art movements through a host of beautifully illustrated cats, each one inspired by a specific period in art history. From…
MISSING CHOCOLATE EGG ALERT! Hop to it and help Bunny find these tasty treasures. Easter is approaching fast. The rabbits are busy in their workshop decorating chocolate eggs. They can’t wait to fill…
The inspirational memoir from the founder of the You, Me and the Big C podcast, Rachael Bland. Courageous and life-affirming, this is a mother’s final gift to her son.
My beautiful son, I so wish that I didn’t have to leave you now. But believe me, I tried EVERYTHING I could to stay around for you, and for every moment I could eke out of this life. From the outset, it was not a fair fight. My cancer was too big, and too aggressive, and we didn’t start on a level playing field. You were fourteen months old and at the beginning I was so full of fierce intention that we could get past this. I would lay you in your cot each night and silently communicate from my mind to yours, ‘I will do this Freddie, I will gladly take whatever they throw at me if it means we can stay together’.
In 2016, beloved broadcaster and journalist Rachael Bland was diagnosed with cancer. Shortly afterwards she made the brave decision to share her story, and she spoke with beautiful poignancy through her blog and podcast, You, Me and the Big C.
Having been told that she only had a matter of months left to live and writing this in what were sadly her final days, Rachael brings her warmth, courage and humour to the page in this heart-warming and heart-breaking story. Part memoir, part advice, For Freddie beautifully encapsulates the grace and fearlessness in which Rachael lived her life. This is her legacy and an incredible final gift to her son.
Includes moving contributions from Richard Bacon, Tony Livesey, Emma Barnett, Shelagh Fogarty, Mark Pougatch, Chris Stark and many more.
A selection of the most striking images taken from the bestselling “Morphia” series have been gathered together along with a selection of coloured pieces to celebrate the talent of Kerby Rosanes and his fa…
Dive into a magical underwater world and discover the unicorns of the sea.Brimming with adorable narwhals and their underwater companions, go on a magical journey as you get lost in this colouring adventur…