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.
After centuries of mystery, the mythical Magical Unicorn Society has published its official handbook.
These learned lovers of unicorns have created a treasure chest of unicorn lore – the facts, the fiction, the where, why and what of these elusive beasts. This is the ultimate gift for anyone who truly believes.
Discover the myth of the Gold and Silver Unicorns, and the legendary stories of the seven unicorn families. Find out about their unique powers, where they live around the world, what unicorns eat and how to have the best chance of spotting one. Learn about the history of the Magical Unicorn Society – from its foundation to the present day – and how to become a member.
With breathtaking artwork from Helen Dardik and Harry and Zanna Goldhawk (Papio Press), and stunning design and production, this special book gallops through a history of these mythical creatures and looks at their magical future.
Maybe the Moon tells the story of Eric, a little boy who loves his life in his forest home with his animal friends for company. When he moves to the city, he sets about searching for happiness in a strange…
Through dramatic and striking illustrations from artist Jonathan Woodward, children can explore the prehistoric world and bring dinosaurs back to life with this collection of incredible press-out models to…
'From beak to tail feather and from flipper to fin, this is a book that will long be known, read and savoured.' James W. Muller, Chairman of the Board of Academic Advisers of the International Chur…
Llama Karma lies within you.
The Dolly Llama, the world’s first behooved spiritual leader, shares his words of wisdom and spiritual teachings for the first time. In this gem of a book he shows you how cultivate Llama Karma and to bring peace, compassion and ‘cuditation’ (a form of chewing and meditation) into your everyday life.
His Gentleness has drawn great inspiration from ‘the four bales of wisdom’ which have helped many grazer browsers before him on the rocky path of life. Take a leaf out of this book and learn how Llama Karma can help you harness inner calm, as well as cope with everyday problems like hoof infection.
The perfect gift for llama-lovers, spiritualists and animal-lovers alike.
Cat lovers are invited to curl up with the art of Jamie Shelman and celebrate our favourite feline friends.
They may have nine lives but there is much cats can teach us about getting the most out of the one we have. Whether it’s advice for purrfecting your downtime, navigating romance, friendships or your career, this book features 100 essential lessons to help you through the ups and downs of life, such as:
– A beautiful mane takes serious work
– … and so does the perfect set of nails
– Preserve your dignity at all times
– Stretch regularly
– Demand the best
So, put down your self-help book and pick up your cat. It’s time to take a nap with the life guru you never knew you had. (Please see life lesson no.1.)
Perfect for fans of Simon's Cat and How to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You.
The first shapes children learn to draw with confidence are letters, but drawing animals can be more challenging. Using capital letters and some lower case letters as building blocks, this book shows child…