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How We Beat the All Blacks Edited by John Reason
In the last ten years Aurum has published some of the top prizewinning classic sports titles in the UK. At a time when the sports book market is growing exponentially, it is time to introduce these classics to a new generation of readers and sports fans. These six titles will be beautifully repackaged in a uniform series design as B-format paperbacks with ﬂaps to enhance the collectors-item appeal, and will cross-promote the series. There will be a further six titles published as part of the series in 2014.
It remains a unique achievement. In 1971 the British Lions, including Ian McLaughlan, Barry John and David Duckham went to New Zealand and beat the All Blacks in a test series on their own soil. After the touring party had returned to the UK, the Lions captain John Dawes had the idea of organising a meeting to discuss the latest trends in rugby and oﬀer the fruits of their experience in how to beat the greatest rugby team in the world. In the years since it was ﬁrst published, it has assumed cult status as one of the best and most insightful books ever published about the game of rugby.
q August, 9781781311738, Paperback, £10.99, 160 pp A Social History of English Cricket Sir Derek Birley Acclaimed as a magisterial, classic work, this is an encyclopaedic survey of the game, from its humble origins to modern ﬂoodlit ﬁnishes. But it is also the story of English culture, mirrored in a sport that has always been a complex repository of our manners, hierarchies and politics. Superbly witty and humorous, this is a tour-de-force by one of the great writers on cricket.
q August, 9781781311769, Paperback, £9.99, 400 pp The Football Man Arthur Hopcraft Written just two years after England’s ’66 triumph when the national game was at its zenith, The Football Man is repeatedly quoted as the best book every written about the sport. This deﬁnitive, masterly study of football and society is a snapshot of a deﬁning era in sporting history; changes and decisions were made in the sixties that created the game we know today. A long awaited reissue of the classic football ‘bible’.
q August, 9781781311516, Paperback, £10.99, 256 pp Bluebird and the Dead Lake John Pearson In 1964, in Australia’s remote outback, on the dazzling saltpan of Lake Eyre, Donald Campbell set out to drive his Bluebird car at over 400 miles an hour – faster than any man in history. Things went wrong from the start and, with death shimmering on the horizon before him, the lonely Campbell tried to hold his nerve until he broke the record. John Pearson’s classic book about Donald Campbell is an extraordinarily compelling and moving portrait of a modern tragic hero.
The Hurt Business Edited by George Kimball From Norman Mailer to Joyce Carol Oates, The Hurt Business is the ultimate boxing book covering a century of the greatest ﬁghters and writers who have followed ‘the sweet science’. Beginning with Jack London’s account of the 1910 championship bout between Jack Johnson and James Jeﬀries (for which the Call of the Wildman called for and coined the term ‘The Great White Hope’), and ending with Carlo Rotella’s 2002 homage to Larry Holmes (‘Champion at Twilight’), The Hurt Business is a near century’s worth of rip-roaring reveal that belongs on the shelves of any fan of boxing or sublime sports writing.
q August, 9781781311790, Paperback, £12.99, 518 pp The Boys of Summer Roger Kahn ‘At a point in life when one is through with boyhood, but has not yet discovered how to be a man, it was my fortune to travel with the most marvellously appealing of teams.’ Voted one of the greatest sports books of all times, this masterpiece on the mid-20th century Brooklyn Dodgers chronicles the dreams of one of America’s most famous baseball teams.
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Aurum Sports Classics
Britain in the 1970s
Alwyn W. Turner
Alwyn W. Turner is an acclaimed writer on postwar British culture and the author of Crisis? What Crisis? Britain in the 1970s, Rejoice! Rejoice! Britain in the 1980s and the ebook Things Can Only Get Bitter: The Lost Generation of 1992, all published by Aurum.
Crisis? What Crisis?
September 9781781310717 Paperback £9.99 320 pp 197x129 mm Rights: World
The 1970s. It was the best of times and the worst of times. Wealth inequality was at a record low, yet industrial strife was at a record high. These were the glory years of Doctor Who, but the darkest days of the Northern Ireland conﬂict. Beset by soaring inﬂation and social unrest, the consensus that had underpinned post-war Britain was unravelling, in spectacular fashion. A bold fusion of high politics and low culture, in which Enoch Powell and Tony Benn jostle for space with David Bowie and Margo Leadbetter, Crisis? What Crisis? presents a viewers’ history of this most demonised of decades. In doing so it lays bare a country torn between rival visions for its future and reveals how the optimism of the 1960s gave way to the conﬂict of the Thatcher years. ‘Masterful’ Roger Lewis, Mail on Sunday
A Classless Society
Britain in the 1990s
Britain in the 1980s
Alwyn W. Turner
Alwyn W. Turner
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When Margaret Thatcher was ousted from oﬃce in November 1990 many hoped that the decade to come would be more ‘caring’. Others dared to believe that the more radical policies of her revolution might be overturned. Across politics and culture there was a yearning for something the Iron Lady had infamously dismissed: society. Yet the forces unleashed during the 1980s were to prevent any simple turning back of the clock. The new Britain that emerged under John Major and Tony Blair was a paradox: economically unequal and culturally classless. Whilst Westminster agonised over sleaze, Northern Ireland and the ERM, the country outside became the playground of the New Lad and the Ladette, of Swampy and the YBAs, of Posh and Becks and Jarvis Cocker. Starting with a war in the Gulf and ending on 9/11, A Classless Society goes in search of this contradictory decade. What it ﬁnds is a nation anxiously grappling with new technologies, tentatively embracing new lifestyles, and, above all, forging a new sense of what it means to be British.
September 9781781310724 Paperback £9.99 368 pp 197x129 mm Rights: World
The 1980s may seem like recent history, but the Britain of 30 years ago was a thoroughly foreign country. Unemployment exceeded 3 million, a naval task force sailed to war with Argentina, and a year-long strike saw brutal clashes between the police and the miners. It was an era of big personalities and deep divisions, with the likes of Arthur Scargill, Ben Elton and Ted Heath all ranged against the dominating ﬁgure of the time: Margaret Thatcher. For if the 1970s were the last gasp of the old Britain, the 1980s were a truly revolutionary decade, during which the government sought to recast the soul of the nation. Rejoice! Rejoice! returns to these troubled years – to the royal weddings and the riots, to Live Aid and the AIDS panic, to Spitting Image and Yes, Minister – to explore a country at war over its own future. ‘Splendid’ Dominic Sandbrook, Sunday Times
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September 9781781310687 Hardback £25.00 512 pp 234x153 mm Rights: World
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Clive Aslet is editor-atlarge of Country Life and an eminent architectural historian. He lives in London and Ramsgate.
Americans and the British Country House Clive Aslet For centuries Britain’s country houses had been the exclusive preserve of their traditional landed gentry of lords and ladies. But from the late nineteenth century a diﬀerent kind of proprietor began to take up residence. American money – lots of it – came across the Atlantic in the form of Vanderbilt heiresses and stupendously wealthy industrialists like William Waldorf Astor. Their money purchased grand houses like Cliveden and Leeds Castle and it saved vast piles like Blenheim from dereliction and decay. Clive Aslet’s fabulously illustrated book is the ﬁrst study of this remarkable and unlikely juxtaposition of two very diﬀerent cultures, which changed the architecture, the society and the character of our country houses forever.
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Ashes 2013 This summer’s Ashes series is so eagerly awaited that tickets for all ﬁve Tests sold out with lightning speed. And this year Aurum is joining with the cricket lover’s paper of choice, The Daily Telegraph, to publish the ﬁrst book about the series – within weeks of the last day’s play of the ﬁnal Test. Ashes 2013 will collect the ﬁnest writing from the paper throughout the series, from Derek Pringle and Scyld Berry to Simon Hughes and Steve James, blending match reports of every single day’s play with analysis, features and columns from the Telegraph’s matchless team of commentators – Michael Vaughan, Shane Warne and Geoﬀrey Boycott. It will be the essential souvenir of what is certain to be a hard-fought and memorable summer of cricket.
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October 9781781310946 Hardback £35.00 208 pp 288x228 mm Rights: World
An Elegy to the Men and the Mines that Helped Build Great Britain
The Autobiography of Kevin Kilbane
Kevin Kilbane, with Andy Merriman
q September 9781781310700 Hardback £25.00 192 pp 284x216 mm Rights: World
From the acclaimed author of Britain’s Lost Cricket Grounds and Britain’s Lost Breweries, comes a journey underground to the mines that built the nation and deﬁned a century. Covering the length and breadth of Britain, from the coal mine in Ashington, Northumberland to the salt mines in Devon, Chris Arnot has taken his geordie lamp deep under the landscape to give us a glimpse of a world that has almost completely closed down. Whether it is down the last deep working iron-ore mine in Europe, or touring the gaunt ruins of tin mining in Cornwall, tracing scars left by slate, lead or copper mining, Britain’s Lost Mines tells the story of a vanished industrial heritage and the dying of a community that was the backbone of Great Britain.
September 9781845136017 Paperback £14.99 256 pp 234x153 mm Rights: World
Grace and Power
Lost Victorian Britain
The Private World of the Kennedy White House
How the Twentieth Century Destroyed the Nineteenth Century’s Architectural Masterpieces
Sally Bedell Smith
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It is ﬁfty years since the horriﬁc assassination in Dallas, and during that time the aura surrounding John and Jackie Kennedy and their Camelot court has if anything only intensiﬁed. In the critically acclaimed Grace and Power, reissued for the anniversary, Sally Bedell goes beyond the gossip and the conspiracy theories to tell the whole story of the Kennedy White House soberly, comprehensively and compellingly. This is a compassionate and poignant chronicle of a thousand-day presidency seen from the inside out, behind the headlines and the carefully staged television appearances. Sally Bedell Smith is the author of a bestselling biography of the Queen, and books on Princess Diana and the Clintons. She has been a contributing editor at Vanity Fair since 1996.
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Kevin Kilbane is Ireland’s most capped outﬁeld footballer with over 100 appearances for his country, more than 500 matches at for teams including West Bromwich Albion, Sunderland, Wigan and Hull, and a folk hero in his home land. Now, his frank and compelling autobiography tells the story of how, from a troubled Lancashire childhood in an Irish immigrant family, football rescued him from skirmishes with the police and a life of petty crime as he built a formidable reputation as an honest, old-fashioned professional footballer. Nowadays, he is an increasingly respected analyst on Radio 5 Live and Match of the Day and, as the parent of a daughter with Down’s Syndrome, is donating all the royalties from this book to the Down’s Syndrome Association.
September 9781781310182 Paperback £14.99 192 pp 284x216 mm Rights: World
These days it seems obvious that stupendous constructions like St Pancras Station should be preserved and restored, but as recently as the 1960s it was earmarked for demolition. ‘Victorian’, when it came to architecture, was a term of abuse. Of the 200 notable examples illustrated, from the magniﬁcent Imperial Institute to vast Eaton Hall, not one still exists. A photograph is all we have left. Gavin Stamp turns up lesserknown Victorian buildings like the spaceship-like greenhouse at Chatsworth. This is a memorable journey back into a world we should never have lost. Gavin Stamp’s other books for Aurum are Britain’s Lost Cities and Edwin Lutyens Country Houses. He lives in London. ‘A heartbreaking book’ Simon Jenkins, Sunday Times
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Britain’s Lost Mines
Further Adventures in Unfortunate English from the Readers of The Telegraph
q September 9781781311714 Hardback £8.99 160 pp 125x180 mm Rights: World
Few things exercise the mind of a Telegraph reader more than the misuse and abuse of the English language. Indeed, so ever vigilant for crimes of grammar, spelling and punctuation is this redoubtable breed that it is never oﬀ duty, keeping a beady eye peeled for linguistic lapses wherever it travels. Sign Language is the newspaper’s weekly column inviting members of the public to send in their photographs of menus, health and safety warnings, road signs, adverts, headlines and personals columns – anything in which the language has gone egregiously, hilariously and, usually, unintentionally wrong. Now in its third collection, and after sales of 50,000 copies, the latest instalment of Sign Language brings you more of what you love – the most inappropriate, confusing, poorly translated and mind-bogglingly bizarre signs from around the world.
The Greatest Movies You’ll Never See Unseen Masterpieces by the World’s Greatest Directors
Edited by Simon Braund
q October 9781781310755 Hardback £20.00 256 pp 242x182 mm Rights: United Kingdom, Commonwealth ex Canada, ANZ
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Hardback £60.00 528 pp 285x224 mm Rights: World
Cinema history is littered with ﬁlms that have never seen the light of day. The Greatest Movies You’ll Never See unveils the fascinating stories of these projects’ faltering steps from green light to movie graveyard. Discover why Ray Harryhausen’s War of the Worlds and Kubrick’s Napoleon were never ﬁnished and learn about the obstacles that saw projects by Francis Ford Coppola, David Lynch and Orson Welles fall by the wayside. Throughout, these compelling tales from development hell are illustrated with script extracts, storyboards, photos from on set and frames of surviving footage. In addition, exclusive posters by acclaimed modern designers accompany all of the unmade movies, each one remaining true to the vision of the original ﬁlm-maker. Simon Braund has been a contributing editor to Empire, the UK’s leading movie magazine, for a decade and has written for numerous magazines and newspapers, including the Sunday Times.
Mark Adkin is a former army oﬃcer who has published a number of distinguished works on military history including, for Aurum, The Waterloo Companion, The Trafalgar Companion and The Gettysburg Companion. He lives in Bedfordshire.
The Western Front Companion The Complete Guide to the Twentieth Century’s Most Terrible Theatre of War
Mark Adkin The fourth book in Mark Adkin’s bestselling Companion series, published in good time for the hundredth anniversary of the start of the First World War in 2014, this is the deﬁnitive work on the battles of the Western Front. In 300,000 words of text, over a hundred original maps and diagrams and hundreds of stunning and often rarely-seen photographs, Adkin anatomises every aspect of the four years of ﬁghting, from the railway supply lines to the trench formations, the shell trajectories to the ambulance corps, from the organisational hierarchies and command systems of every army to the plethora of memorials, cemeteries and ossuaries that today commemorate this titanic conﬂict. As with his previous companions, a major feature is the author’s own photographs of the present-day landscapes, today unrecognisable as the blasted wastelands of trench warfare. Every single aspect of these four years of warfare is described and depicted: no student of the First World War can be without it.
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Rafael Schacter is an anthropologist and curator from London who has lectured on the urban arts around the world. His doctoral thesis, Order and Ornamentation, is based on nearly two years’ ﬁeldwork with some of the world’s most proliﬁc urban artists. He was also co-curator of Tate Modern’s Street Art exhibition in 2008.
q October 9781845137748 Hardback £25.00 400 pp 206x153 mm Rights: World
Tim Richardson writes about theatre, food and art and all matters pertaining to gardening. He has been gardens editor at Country Life, landscape editor at *Wallpaper magazine and was founding editor of both the award-winning gardens magazine New Eden and Country Life Gardens. He is a regular columnist for the the Daily Telegraph.
The World Atlas of Street Art and Grafﬁti Rafael Schacter
Book of the Garden Compiled by Tim Richardson
Since its genesis on the east coast of America in the late 1960s, street art has travelled to nearly every corner of the globe, shifting and morphing into highly complex and ornate new styles. Exhibiting their work within what is eﬀectively the world’s largest, most open gallery urban artists unveil their beliefs and imaginations to a public unable to avoid them, challenging conventional ideas about the place of art in everyday life. From Steve Powers (Espo) in New York to Kid Zoom in Australia, taking in Banksy’s London, Paris as seen by Honet and Ox, and Os Gêmeos in Brazil, The World Atlas of Street Art and Graﬃti is the ﬁrst truly geographical history of the form. Featuring specially commissioned works and interventions from major graﬃti and street art practitioners, it oﬀers an insider’s view of the urban landscapes as they are experienced by the artists themselves and traces the many and myriad ways in which this vibrant artistic and social phenomenon has developed.
The Telegraph has long enjoyed the closest association with gardens and gardening, ever since Vita Sackville-West ﬁrst began writing a column for the paper between the wars, whilst creating her legendary White Garden at Sissinghurst. Variously a hobby, an art form and even, on occasion, a cause of social unrest, gardening encompasses the annual spectacle of the Chelsea Flower Show, Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown’s sublime perfection of the English landscape, and, in modern times, the ‘guerilla gardeners’ sowing ‘cosmopolitan meadows’ in the bleakest wastes of Britain’s inner cities. Whatever form it takes – Zen minimalism, or a breeding ground for prize-winning marrows – few things could be more central to the world of the Telegraph reader than the garden, which is why the paper has always attracted the best writers on the subject. From the experts of today, such as Helen Yemm, Bunny Guinness and Monty Don, through great designers of yesteryear, like Rosemary Verey and Gertrude Jekyll, to erudite amateurs Germaine Greer and W.F. Deedes, all of them are collected in this compendious and endlessly entertaining anthology, compiled by eminent green-ﬁngered scribe Tim Richardson.
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September 9781781310731 Hardback £20.00 400 pp 235x220 mm Rights: United Kingdom, Commonwealth ex Canada, ANZ
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The Lost World of Bletchley Park An Illustrated History of the World War II Codebreaking Centre
Sinclair McKay The huge success of Sinclair McKay’s The Secret Life of Bletchley Park – a quarter of a million copies sold to date – has been symptomatic of a similarly dramatic increase in visitors to Bletchley Park itself, the Victorian mansion in Buckinghamshire now open as an engrossing museum of wartime codebreaking. Now Aurum is publishing the ﬁrst comprehensive illustrated history of this remarkable place, from its prewar heyday as a country estate under the Liberal MP Sir Herbert Leon, through its wartime requisition with the addition of the famous huts within the grounds, to become the place where modern computing was invented and the German Enigma code was cracked, and ﬁnally its post-war dereliction and then rescue towards the end of the twentieth century as a museum whose visitor numbers have more than doubled in the last ﬁve years. Featuring over 200 photographs, some previously unseen, and text by Sinclair McKay, this will be an essential purchase for everyone interested in the place where codebreaking helped to win the war.
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Punk Pistol is an archivist who sources and preserves vintage Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren clothing from the 1970s on behalf of investors in the PunkPistol Collection. Jon Savage is the author of the acclaimed England’s Dreaming: Sex Pistols and Punk Rock and Teenage: The Creation of Youth, 1875–1945.
Clothes for Heroes The Punk Fashions of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren
PunkPistol, Introduction by Jon Savage From a boutique on London’s King’s Road in the 1970s, Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood started a fashion revolution. The clothes they created during their shop’s various guises as Let It Rock, Too Fast To Live Too Young To Die, SEX and Seditionaries provided not only the wardrobe for the Sex Pistols, but also a confron-tational, taboo-busting aesthetic which continues to inspire today. An act of gleeful creative destruction, their work appeared to have no precedent, producing clothes to get you noticed and – on occasion – arrested. Today these designs are collectors’ items, sold for high prices in auction houses and hungrily sought out by investors and museums. In Clothes for Heroes PunkPistol combines stunning original photography of the world’s largest and most signiﬁcant collection of SEX and Seditionaries clothing, rare and unseen images from 430 King’s Road and the 1970s punk scene, and essays and interviews from aﬁcionados and experts, to create the ultimate visual history of one of the key partnerships in contemporary popular culture.
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q October 9781781310458 Paperback £8.99 416 pp 198x129 mm Rights: World
Lance Parkin writes ﬁction and reference books for television series, most notably Doctor Who.
The Real McCaw
The Strange Worlds of Alan Moore
For three decades comics fans and creators have looked to Alan Moore to map out the state of the art of the medium. In works such as Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell he has reached a mainstream audience far removed from his cult origins, and such is his standing in popular culture that some of the biggest names in Hollywood vie to adapt his books for cinema. Yet his career is a perfect illustration of grand imagination smashing headlong into corporate mediocrity. A principled eccentric, rooted in a very English counter-culture, to this very day he lives in the town of his birth – Northampton – professing greater interest in performance art, magic and erotica than he does a business he regards as exploitative and derivative. Moreover, his journey from the punky art labs of the 1970s to the bestseller lists has seen him embroiled in ﬁerce feuds with some of the entertainment industry’s biggest companies. Now, in anticipation of his 60th birthday, Moore aﬁcionado Lance Parkin goes in search of this extraordinary gentleman, and reveals a writer quite unlike any other working today.
Richie McCaw, Rugby World Cup Winning captain and the All Black’s most capped player of all time, is arguably the most talented rugby player of all time. In his bestselling autobiography, McCaw talks with brutal honesty about the family life that deﬁned his character and how it gave him the strength to emerge from the lowest moment in his career to lifting the Webb Ellis Cup, and becoming the most successful captain world rugby has ever seen. As he prepares to become the ﬁrst captain to successfully defend the World Cup, McCaw has set the standard of what a professional rugby player should be. Hugely popular and respected, his story is not just a brutal account of life on the front line, but an exhilarating portrait of modern rugby.
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October 9781781310779 Hardback £20.00 400 pp 234x153 mm Rights: World
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Am I Missing Something…?
Meeting Under the Euston Arch
Unpublished Letters from
England in Architecture and Design
Edited by Iain Hollingshead
Every year, the collection of the best letters that didn’t quite make it into the Telegraph – because just too left-ﬁeld, outrageous or hilarious for an august Letters page – oﬀers an alternative review of the year. For this ﬁfth volume the potential agenda is just as enticing as ever, with Telegraph readers variously waggish, whimsical or just plain steamed-up about Chris Huhne’s speeding points, a new Pope, the Royal baby and mansion taxes. Once again, it will be one of the humour bestsellers of the year.
For some years Gavin Stamp, one of our most eminent and readable architectural historians, has written a monthly column for Apollo, the pre-eminent architecture and ﬁne art magazine. The subject is simply whatever in architecture or design happens to take his fancy – it might be the splendid reopening of the magniﬁcent Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras, the dilapidation of a little-known church in Eastbourne, or the demise of the Routemaster bus. But while these pieces display a wonderful range and variety, they are uniﬁed by Stamp’s wider quest: to explore, and deﬁne, the Englishness of English architecture and design – to celebrate when ﬁne examples are preserved and restored, to deplore when they fall victim to philistine neglect or, worse, demolition. Together, this compulsively readable collection builds into an eloquent, learned, and often indignant portrait of our national design heritage.
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October 9781781311615 Hardback £9.99 192 pp 178x116 mm Rights: World
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October 9781781311264 PLC hardback with slipcase £30.00 176 pp 241x216 mm Rights: United Kingdom, Commonwealth ex Canada
Ian Nathan has been a writer, producer, broadcaster and magazine editor for over 20 years. As executive editor of Empire, the world’s leading ﬁlm magazine, he commissions, edits and writes articles on the full breadth of cinema. He is also the author of the acclaimed Alien Vault, also published by Aurum.
Terminator Vault The Complete Story Behind The Making Of The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Ian Nathan, with a foreword by Arnold Schwarzenegger Born out of James Cameron’s fever dream, the relentless Terminator has become a cinematic juggernaut. The original 1984 movie and its mighty sequel not only assured the blockbuster career of their director, but also turned their star, Arnold Schwarzenegger, into an icon. Movies about the dark side of humanity’s love aﬀair with technology, they redeﬁned the boundaries between science ﬁction, horror and action, and set astonishing new standards for special eﬀects. Now, Terminator Vault lays bare the breathtaking fusion of technical wizardry and visionary storytelling that brought these landmark movies to the screen, drawing on new interviews with James Cameron, producer Gale Anne Hurd, and many more cast and crew members. Beautifully illustrated throughout, with ten meticulously reproduced artefacts enclosed in vellum envelopes for readers to remove and examine, Terminator Vault is a stunning oﬃcial celebration of two ﬁlms that changed cinema forever.
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The Making of Return of the Jedi J. W. Rinzler, foreword by Brad Bird
J. W. Rinzler, executive editor at Lucasﬁlm Ltd., is the author of The Making of Star Wars and The Making of The Empire Strikes Back, as well as The Sunday Times bestseller The Complete Making of Indiana Jones.
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October 9781781310762 Hardback £40.00 372 pp 289x263 mm Rights: United Kingdom, Commonwealth ex Canada
The Making of The Empire Strikes Back 9781845135553 Hardback £45.00 372pp 289x263mm
In this fully-illustrated thirtieth-anniversary tribute to the blockbuster movie Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi acclaimed New York Times bestselling author J. W. Rinzler ventures back into the Lucasﬁlm Archives to reveal the fascinating development process and astonishing cinematic wizardry behind the ﬁnal ﬁlm in the original Star Wars trilogy. The completion of a journey through movie history that began with the outstanding The Making of Star Wars, this exclusive behindthe-scenes look at the creation of Return of the Jedi is a treasure trove of fresh interviews with key cast and crew members, neverbefore-published concept artwork, candid on-set photography, scripts, storyboards and production notes that transports the reader back over thirty years to relive the entire ﬁlm-making process – from story to screen and onward into legend. Illustrated with more than 600 images and spanning the entire production, from location shooting in the desert and the redwood forests of California, to Elstree Studios in England, The Making of Return of the Jedi is a lavish and enthralling celebration of one of the most cherished movies ever made and will be a must-have addition to the collections of Star Wars fans and serious cinephiles alike.
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Marcello Di Cintio is a Canadian writer who has lived in West Africa, North Africa, India and the Middle East. He is the author of two award-winning books: Harmattan: Wind Across West Africa and Poets and Pahlevans: A Journey Into the Heart of Iran.
Walls Travels Along the Barricades
Marcello Di Cintio The world’s walls are supposed to be coming down. We speak of globalisation, international markets and global villages, and it is now possible to communicate instantly from nearly anywhere in the world. But just as these virtual walls come down, real walls rise. In this evocative blend of travel writing, history and politics, Marcello Di Cintio visits the world’s most disputed edges to meet those who live alongside the razor wire, concrete and steel. Along the way he shares tea with refugees on the wrong side of Morocco’s desert wall; encounters illegal immigrants circumventing high-tech fencing around the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla; walks Arizona’s migrant trails, visits fenced-in villages in India, and stands with those who protest against Israel’s security barrier to understand what these structures say about those who build them, and how they inﬂuence the cultures they pen in. Venturing beyond politics, Di Cintio encounters the inﬁltrators who circumvent the walls, the artists who transform them, and the forgotten people who live in their shadow.
Human civilization has always been preoccupied with erecting walls. In the ﬁrst century CE, the Roman emperor Hadrian built a 120-kilometre limestone wall across Roman Britain; in the 1800s, the Danish repurposed an ancient Viking Age wall as a military fortiﬁcation in their war with the Prussians. In the 1870s, Argentina built a line of trenches and watchtowers to protect Buenos Aires province from invasion by the indigenous Mapuche; at the beginning of World War II, France constructed a concrete barrier along its border with Germany to defend against a Nazi attack: the Maginot Line. Walls don’t just divide us. They can make us ill. In 1973, East German psychiatrist Dietfried Müller-Hegemann observed that the Berlin Wall caused psychosis, schizophrenia, and phobias in the East Germans who lived in its shadow. Yet the psychic pain inﬂicted by the Berlin Wall, and the humiliating failure of the Maginot Line years earlier, hardly dissuaded the world’s wall builders. South Africa built a 120-kilometre electric fence, dubbed the Snake of Fire, along its border with Mozambique in 1975. The United States turned Baghdad into a labyrinth of vertical concrete, and is currently building a wall along the Mexican frontier. India built fences along its borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh, and through the disputed region of Kashmir. In addition to the barrier around the West Bank, Israel has nearly completed another wall along its Egyptian frontier to keep out potential terrorists and migrants from sub-Saharan Africa. As news of these physical walls spread, they felt like a throwback to antiquity. Walls are supposed to be coming down. Our contemporary angels and demons — multinational corporations, climate change, Hollywood movies, bird ﬂu, Katy Perry — are nationless and borderless, and care nothing about the lines we draw on our maps and fortify with steel. And yet the walls continue to rise, parcelling the world into smaller, easily defensible cells that separate us from each other. I understood why a nation might choose to erect a wall. I wondered, though, about the individual souls who were forced into a strange intimacy with one. I wanted to discover what sort of societies created the walls and, more than this, I wanted to know what societies the walls themselves created. I suspected I would learn little from reading political pronouncements or staring at lines on a map, and so, in February 2008, because it seemed as good a place to start as any, I ﬂew into the Sahara Desert.
‘Yet another wonderful read from one of the best travel writers of his generation’ Margaret MacMillan, author of Peacemakers
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July 9781908526335 Trade paperback with ﬂaps £14.99 288 pp 216x138 mm Rights: UK and Commonwealth ex Canada, Serial Union Books. US Rights: Counterpoint. All other rights: Westwood Creative Artists.
q August 9781908526243 Hardback £18.99 240 pp 216x138 mm Rights:UK and Commonwealth ex Canada and India, Serial Union Books. All other rights Rogers, Coleridge and White.
Amit Chaudhuri is the author of ﬁve highly acclaimed novels: A Strange and Sublime Address, Afternoon Raag, Freedom Song, A New World, and The Immortals, and of the critically acclaimed nonﬁction book Calcutta. He is also a poet, a musician and critic.
‘Amit Chaudhuri has, like Proust, perfected the art of the moment’ Hilary Mantel
Two Years in the City
Calcutta is an exceptionally written and witty personal history of one of the most enigmatic – but greatest – cities of our time. In 1999, Amit Chaudhuri moved from England back to Calcutta. It was a place he had loved in his youth and the place he had made his name writing about. But upon his return he discovered that the Calcutta of his imagination had receded. At once an insider, yet also a kind of tourist, Chaudhuri’s experience of re-settling in a place so changed by revolution, capitalism and the inevitable spread of American culture is incredibly funny and moving and brings a multifarious universe to life.
Acclaimed novelist and author of Calcutta: Two Years in the City, Amit Chaudhuri, is also one of the most gifted essayists and critics writing today, whose work has appeared in the pages of many of the most prestigious newspapers and journals in the world, including the London Review of Books, The Times, Literary Supplement, Granta, the Guardian and the Dublin Review. Collected here for the ﬁrst time, Telling Tales is a selection of Chaudhuri’s most enduring short non-ﬁction that showcases his sense of humour, his idiosyncratic capacity to transform the mundane, his political engagement, and his mastery of words, spanning a career of over twenty years. From playing ‘Cowboys and Indians’ as a child in India to an outsider’s perspective on the British class system to a plane that was hijacked by Pakistani men and taken to Afghanistan at the turn of the millennium to the works of V. S Naipaul, these essays display Chaudhuri’s ability to ﬁnd meaning in every aspect of the physical and intellectual world and will consolidate his reputation as one of most original and elegant writers publishing in English today.
‘Chaudhuri’s trysts with the past are entrancing in their lyricism, and simply stunning in their intelligence and percipience’ Independent
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July 9781908526182 Paperback £8.99 240 pp 198x129 mm Rights: UK and Commonwealth ex Canada, Serial Union Books. US: Knopf; India: Penguin India. All other rights Rogers, Coleridge and White.
q September 9781908526434 Paperback £9.99 432 pp 198x129 mm Rights: UK and Commonwealth ex Canada, Serial Union Books. All other rights HCUS.
Awarded the 2012 PEN/Ackerley Prize
Francine Prose is the author of more than fourteen novels and the New York Times bestseller Reading Like A Writer, also published by Union Books.
Duncan Fallowell is a novelist, travel writer and critic.
How to Disappear
The Lives of the Muses
A Memoir for Misﬁts
Nine Women and the Artists They Inspired
A prize-winning memoir from one of contemporary writing’s most highly acclaimed travel writers and cultural commentators. How to Disappear is a series of ﬁve brilliantly written and irrepressibly quirky travelogues that takes the reader on a tour of an out-of-season Gozo, a becalmed Indian hill-town, a remote Scottish island and a Welsh ﬁshing village (in which the author tracks down the model for Sebastian Flyte, the aristocratic anti-hero of Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited). The ﬁnal, much-praised, essay meanders much closer to home: the ﬂower-strewn grounds of Kensington Palace in the aftermath of Princess Diana’s death. Written with a ﬁerce intelligence and charmingly oﬀ beat humour, this is one of the most unusual ‘autobiographies’ – not to mention collection of travellers’ tales – you’ll read.
In this spirited (and provocative) exposé of nine women who ﬁred the imaginations of some of the most inimitable artists and thinkers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, critically acclaimed novelist and critic Francine Prose draws on photographs, diaries, correspondence and original works of art that reveal the complexity of these artist-muse relationships and illustrate the muse in all her guises: as inspiration, angel, equal partner and, sometimes, monster. The nine muses featured are: Hester Thrale (Samuel Johnson), Alice Liddell (Lewis Carroll), Elizabeth Siddal (Dante Gabriel Rossetti). Lou Andreas-Salomé (Nietzsche, Rilke and Freud), Gala Dalí (Salvador Dalí), Lee Miller (Man Ray), Charis Weston (Edward Weston), Suzanne Farrell (George Balanchine) and Yoko Ono (John Lennon).
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August 9781908526441 Paperback £8.99 208 pp 198x129 mm Rights:UK and Commonwealth ex Canada, Serial Union Books. All other rights Aitken Alexander.
John Sutherland is Lord Northcliﬀe Professor Emeritus, UCL. He has taught at the Universities of Edinburgh, London and at the California Institute of Technology. He is the author of many books on many subjects and he is well known as a journalist and reviewer and was the Chair of the Man Booker Prize committee in 2005.
Jumbo The Unauthorised Biography of a Victorian Sensation
In 1883, in the great Victorian urban boom, the town of Colchester erected its huge four-legged water tower at the crest of one of the two large hills on which the town’s centre rests. It is (and was) the second largest water tower in Britain. A few months earlier, the world’s most famous elephant had, amid countrywide protest, been transported in a large iron box from the London Zoo to New York. Though the animal had never actually come to Colchester, thousands of the town’s children had (delirious with excitement) ridden on Jumbo’s back at the Regent’s Park Zoo and so Colchester’s water tower was duly named (what else?) ‘Jumbo’. Colchester was where, as Philip Larkin wryly puts it, my childhood was ‘unspent’. Not a day went past but I did not look fondly up at Jumbo, on my walk to school, drinking for years from its subterranean metallic trunkery. It was absurd but magniﬁcent and we were proud to call it Jumbo. It was the visible sign of the inner ‘bigness’ of Colchester. There have been many famous elephants, of course, but none is so famous as the ﬂap-eared African pachyderm, Jumbo. His short life (a mere twenty-four years) has been widely and lovingly chronicled from his unhappy babyhood as an orphan in what is now Eritrea to his triumphant career as Barnum and Bailey’s ‘Greatest Show on Earth’, and his footprint remains with in everything, from the thundering Jumbo Jet to the multi-stacked jumbo-burger and even the loved – and despised – Disney creation Dumbo, proving that Jumbo – who died beneath the wheels of a train (symbolic, or what?) – lives on.
John Sutherland Jumbo, Victorian England’s favourite elephant, was born in 1861 in French Sudan. He was imported to a Parisian zoo and later sold on to London. Worldwide fame came when the American showman and scam artist P.T. Barnum brought him in 1881 (despite letters from 100,000 British schoolchildren who wrote to Queen Victoria begging her to prevent the sale). Barnum went on to transform Jumbo into a lucrative circus act and one of the most loved animals of all time. Using the heart-wrenching story of Jumbo’s celebrity life, tragic death in Canada in 1885, and his enduring cultural legacy, Jumbo is a personal and fascinatingly wide reﬂection on our cultural elephantiasis by our most distinguished literary-critical detective which is guaranteed to amuse, stimulate and provoke.
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October 9781908526274 Hardback £14.99 288 pp 216x138 mm Rights: All rights Union Books.
November 9781908526267 Hardback £20.00 336 pp 206x153 mm Rights: All rights Union Books.
Alex Clark is a distinguished journalist and critic. She was a judge of Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists competition, of the Man Booker Prize in 2008 and is a former editor of Granta magazine.
The Saturday Book: Volume 1 A Cabinet of Curiosities
Alex Clark The Saturday Book was a hugely popular literary miscellany published annually between 1941 and 1975. Edited ﬁrst by Leonard Russell and then John Hadﬁeld, both eminent literary journalists, this spirited anthology vowed to do without a mission; its motto was ‘Vive la bagatelle’. Union Books are relaunching The Saturday Book for the 21st century and presenting a distinctive confection of new writing. The beautifully illustrated collection will include memoirs and travelogues, short stories, interviews, satirical asides and humorous wanderings. This ﬁrst volume will also feature The Little Review Centenary Questionnaire. 100 years ago, an avant-garde arts magazine sent ten identical questions to ﬁfty writers, artists and musicians, including TS Eliot, Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, Gertrude Stein and Jean Cocteau. Their replies formed the basis of The Little Review’s last ever issue. To commemorate its centenary and celebrate The Saturday Book’s ﬁrst ever issue, Union Books are repeating the exercise. A piece about The Little Review by Naomi Wood will introduce the feature and the Q&As will run throughout the book.
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50 Years of Rock Posters, Flyers and Handbills
q September 9780711232969 Hardback £20.00 208 pp 245x192 mm Rights: World
Mike Evans & Paul PalmerEdwards
q August 9780711234734 Paperback £20.00 208 pp 279x248 mm Rights: World
Celebrating a half-century of design in posters, ﬂyers and advertising ephemera, The Art of British Rock highlights the UK’s distinct contribution to rock’n’roll graphics. From custom designed posters for provincial ballrooms in the late 50s to the computergenerated images of today, rock music illustration has reﬂected – and inﬂuenced – crucial changes in popular visual art. With classic examples of key styles - including pop art, psychedelic illustration, punk ‘do-it-yourself’ and digital imaging, the book documents the stunning visual style of British rock from the era of the Beatles and Rolling Stones to the present-day art of indie guitar bands, cutting-edge soloists and contemporary clubland. Arranged chronologically, The Art of British Rock features more than 350 images ranging from the work of anonymous artists to internationally acclaimed designers. This is a unique account of more than 50 years of British rock ’n’ roll art.
Shore to Summit A Photographic Guide to the Geology of Britain and Ireland
September 9780711233485 Hardback £20.00 192 pp 245x192 mm Rights: World
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From the White Cliﬀs of Dover to The Old Man of Hoy, some of the world’s most striking and varied landforms are found in Britain and Ireland. Award winning landscape photographer Fran Halsall has chosen one hundred places which tell the story of how these Isles were made. Arranged in order of their formation, from the three billion year old summits of Scotland’s far north west, to Chesil Beach’s shingle shore, astounding images and accessible text tell of volcanic eruptions, the collision of continents and aeons of deposits, erosions and upheavals, as well as the ways in which the landscapes of the British Isles have deﬁned and been deﬁned by countless generations. Fran Halsall is one of the country’s up-and-coming young photographers, and the winner of two prizes in the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild Awards 2009.
For many years, Carolyn and Chris Caldicott owned the World Food Café in London’s Covent Garden, where they cooked and served delicious vegetarian food from recipes collected on their travels. Their other titles for Frances Lincoln are World Food Café, World Food Cafe 2, and Vintage Tea Party. They now live in Winchester.
World Food Cafe: Quick and Easy Recipes from a Vegetarian Journey
Chris Caldicott & Carolyn Caldicott After twenty years of squeezing in trips abroad at the same time as running the World Food Café, Chris and Carolyn Caldicott decided to take a sabbatical so that they could go on some longer journeys in search of new recipes. This book brings together the recipes they collected on a trek across the Andes; on their way down the Ganges delta; in the mountain kingdom of Bhutan; in the remote jungle of upper Burma; and even further away. All the recipes are quick and easy to cook, ideal for life on the road or for a simple, quick and healthy meal after a busy day. With over 100 entirely vegetarian recipes from across the globe and stunning travel and food photography throughout, World Food Café: Quick and Easy is the ultimate cookbook for preparing delicious world vegetarian food at home.
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The Art of British Rock
September 9780711232709 Hardback £40.00 328 pp 305x250 pp Rights: World
Tim Richardson specializes in garden and landscape design and history. He has been gardens editor at Country Life, and contributes to House and Garden and the Daily Telegraph. Andrew Lawson, generally acknowledged as Britain’s leading garden photographer, is a painter, gardener and author of several successful gardening books.
The past ten to ﬁfteen years have been an exceptionally rich period in English garden design, and for this book Tim Richardson has selected twenty-ﬁve gardens which have gone through an intense phase of creativity and innovation during this timespan. The gardens chosen (most of which are open to the public), cover the wide range of styles ﬂourishing in English garden design today and range from the Prince of Wales’s garden at Highgrove, through Trentham Gardens, Arabella Lennox-Boyd’s own garden and ‘laboratory for design ideas’ at Gresgarth and Dan Pearson’s Gardener’s Cottage to Christopher Bradley-Hole’s Modernist garden at Crockmore House. Including interviews with the garden makers and photography from Britain’s leading garden photographer, Andrew Lawson, The New English Garden oﬀers the most beautiful and comprehensive overview of the most interesting gardens in England.
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The New English Garden Tim Richardson & Andrew Lawson
How to Grow Microgreens
Saved by The Churches Conservation Trust
Quick, Easy Ways to Grow and Eat Nature’s Tasty Superfoods
The Churches Conservation Trust is the principal organization in England caring for those churches which are no longer required for regular worship by the Church of England, but which nonetheless are a priceless part of the nation’s history, ranging in date from Saxon to late Victorian. The typical Trust church is in a small village or stands quite alone in some remote and beautiful location. Because of this the churches were largely untouched by the restorers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and retain wonderfully atmospheric interiors. This book features photographic portraits and descriptions of thirty-six of the Trust’s most spectacular and interesting churches from every period in all parts of England.
Microgreens, the tiny seedlings of herbs and vegetables, are today’s hottest gourmet garnish, oﬀering a multitude of colours, textures and distinct ﬂavours, ranging from mild and subtle to spicy, hot or nutty. Larger than sprouts and smaller than ‘baby’ salad greens, microgreens are fantastic for those with limited garden space, as they are great to grow in containers on a terrace or windowsill. As a bonus, microgreens pack a powerful nutritional punch, containing higher levels of active plant compounds than mature plants or seeds. How to Grow Microgreens provides detailed information for 25 popular vegetables and herbs, along with recipes and ideas on how to use them. There are also chapters on troubleshooting and the nutritional value of microgreens.
September 9780711234710 Paperback £12.99 108 pp 258x204 mm Rights: UK only
Ma(r)king Ground Ada Karmi-Melamede
Portraits by 40 Great Artists
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Juliet Heslewood is also the author of The History of Western Painting and Introducing Picasso.
September 9780711233379 Hardback £12.99 96 pp 210x170 mm Rights: World
Juliet Heslewood, art historian and author of Mother and Lover, brings together a collection of portraits of artists’ children, through history to the present day. The evolution of these portraits begins with a unique and intimate relationship. Looking at each work and considering its individual history can tell us much about this relationship, about the artist and the time and place in which it was created. The portraits are shown chronologically, and the changing nature of the subject can be seen as time rolls forward. From Holbein, Rubens and Rembrandt to Gauguin, Chagall and Picasso, over forty portraits make up this collection of artists’ children. A fascinating combination of biographical anecdote and art history, it is also a celebration of the bond between parent and child.
September 9780711234635 Hardback £40.00 128 pp 270x240 mm Rights: World
A personal account of three major buildings by the renowned Israeli architect, Ada Karmi-Melamede: the Supreme Court Building in Jerusalem, co-designed by her brother Ram Karmi (1993); the Open University Campus in Tel Aviv (2004); and the Visitors Pavilion at Ramat Hanadiv, a nature park and memorial garden dedicated to Baron Edmond de Rothschild, near Zikhron Yaakov. These buildings are notable for their human scale, for their careful calibration of components, designed to be experienced through movement, and for their sensitivity to the surrounding terrain, interacting with the landscape and not sitting on top of it. A generous array of photographs is accompanied by the architect’s own preliminary sketches, plans and elevations. Ada Karmi-Melamede has designed numerous buildings in Israel and has taught at several universities in the USA, including Columbia and Yale.
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Matthew Byrne has photographed churches in every county of England and has published illustrated articles on the subject in a number of magazines.
q September 9780711234536 Hardback £20.00 176 pp 280x235 mm Rights: World
October 9780711234048 Hardback £35.00 224 pp 295x250 mm Rights: World
q October 9780711234611 Hardback £20.00 320 pp 234x153 mm Rights: World
Beth Chatto is a plantswoman, gardener and writer. She has won a host of awards including ten Gold Medals at the Chelsea Flower Show. Christopher Lloyd was among the best informed, liveliest, most worthwhile gardening writers of our time and the author of a host of classics. Both have been awarded an OBE for their services to horticulture.
Jenny Condie was born in Edinburgh and took a degree in Italian and History of Art at UCL. She has lived in Venice since 2002. Alex Ramsay’s photography has appeared in many books, including Italian Gardens: A Cultural History and Italy’s Private Gardens: An Inside View.
The Gardens of Venice and the Veneto Jenny Condie & Alex Ramsay
Dear Friend and Gardener Letters on Life and Gardening
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In this engaging exchange of letters in the last decade of the 20th century, Christopher Lloyd and Beth Chatto, two long established friends and gardeners, compare notes on successes and failures in their two diﬀerent gardens, share gossip and discuss life. Beth Chatto started her garden in 1960, tackling the dry, ﬂat, exposed landscape of East Anglia. It is now a place of pilgrimage for plant-lovers and a story of triumph. Refusing to rest on his laurels, Christopher Lloyd (1921-2006) delighted and surprised visitors to Great Dixter in Sussex, with successful experiments such as transforming the old rose garden into a hotbed of tender perennials. The authors’ expert eyes and minds on matters horticultural, as well as their closely observed details – of the night sky, birdlife and personal adventures – give these inspirational letters a life of their own and carry the reader through. First published in 1998, this new illustrated edition is introduced by Great Dixter’s head gardener, Fergus Garrett.
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Beth Chatto & Christopher Lloyd The Gardens of Venice and the Veneto draws together an amazing variety of spellbinding garden retreats, from monastery gardens quietly cultivated in the islands of the lagoon to magniﬁcent villas on the Brenta Canal, and baroque masterpieces in the hills beyond. Highlights include an eerie Masonic garden complete with gothic chapel and cavernous grottoes, a pleasure garden made for his workers by a benevolent nineteenth-century industrialist, and a ﬂower-ﬁlled delight by the banks of the Grand Canal. This is a book of ravishing images and intriguing stories. The garden behind Henry James’s Aspern Papers is here, along with the garden which so beguiled Margaret Symonds, the young English author of Days Spent on a Doge’s Farm. With an emphasis on gardens that can be visited, longtime resident Jenny Condie elucidates the dynastic triumphs, the reversals of fortune, and the shifts in taste and inﬂuence which have shaped these extraordinary places.
q October 9780711234628 Paperback £20.00 144 pp 270x230 mm Rights: World English Language, ex US
In this book, pioneering garden designers Piet Oudolf and Henk Gerritsen describe their ideal perennials, bulbs, grasses, ferns and small shrubs. An ideal plant is one that is both beautiful and robust, performing reliably with very little input from the gardener. Oudolf and Gerritsen have a genuinely innovative approach to gardening. Rather than striving for big, bold masses of colourful blooms that are vigorously pruned back as soon as they have ﬁnished ﬂowering, the authors choose plants chieﬂy for their form – leaves, ﬂowerheads and stems included – which means they retain their natural beauty through all the seasons. Pied Oudolf is one of the most exciting designers of the 21st century. He has designed gardens from RHS Wisley in Surrey to ‘Ground Zero’ on Manhattan Island in New York. Henk Gerritsen (1948–2008) was born in Utrecht in the Netherlands. He trained as an artist and made his living as a painter before turning to garden design.
A Year at Stonehenge James O. Davies
November 9780711234833 Hardback £16.99 112 pages 267x250 mm Rights: World
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More than 4000 years old, the true meaning of this ancient, awe-inspiring creation and the secrets of its construction have been lost in the mists of time. Surrounded by mystery, Stonehenge never fails to impress. Over the last ﬁve years James O. Davies has been photographing Stonehenge at all times of the day and night, and all through the seasons. With privileged access to the stone circle he has built up a unique portfolio. A Year at Stonehenge brings together the best of his work, while a short expert text summarises our current understanding. Published to coincide with the opening of a new environmentally sensitive visitor centre and the restoration of the surrounding ceremonial landscape, this is the most visually stunning book available on this most fascinating world heritage site. James O. Davies has been an architectural photographer for English Heritage for 23 years. He has contributed to many books and his work has been exhibited and published worldwide. He is also a portrait photographer and has taken the oﬃcial Portrait of Her Majesty The Queen Mother.
q September 9780711234543 Hardback £12.99 112 pp 160x220 mm Rights: World
Over the past twenty years Annie Tempest has worked for all the major national newspapers and life-style magazines and has had numerous collections of her work published. In 2009 the Cartoon Art Trust awarded her the Pont Prize for the Portrayal of the British Character.
Tottering-by-Gently Lord Tottering: An English Gentleman Annie Tempest Dicky Tottering lives with his wife, Daﬀ y, and extended family in the dilapidated family pile, Tottering Hall. However, twenty-ﬁrst century life for the lord of the manor is not quite how it used to be. While struggling at times to ﬁnd his place in today’s world, Dicky presents a uniquely British view of life for men of a certain age, coming to grips with the particular demands of grandchildren, retirement, the latest gadgets and a wife like Daﬀ y. Whether dealing with universal themes such as ageing, relationships, and inter-generational diﬀerences or highlighting typical gentlemen’s past times, this selection of cartoons from award-winning artist, Annie Tempest, illustrate daily life through his eyes only. Tottering-by-Gently cartoons have appeared weekly in Country Life Magazine since 1994.
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Dream Plants for the Natural Garden Piet Oudolf & Henk Gerritsen
Travis Elborough has been a writer and cultural commentator for ten years. His books include The Bus We Loved: London’s Aﬀair with the Routemaster. Nick Rennison has worked as a writer, editor, and bookseller for more than twenty years. His London Blue Plaque Guide has been through three editions.
A London Year Daily Life in the Capital in Diaries, Journals and Letters
Travis Elborough & Nick Rennison FRANCES LINCOLN
A London Year is an anthology of short diary entries, one or more for each day of the year, which, taken together, provides an impressionistic portrait of life in the city from Tudor times to the twenty-ﬁrst century. The book vividly evokes moments in the lives of Londoners in the past, providing snapshots of the city’s inhabitants at work, at play, in pursuit of money, sex, entertainment, pleasure and power. A London Year also includes an introduction and short biographies of the featured diarists. These include: the most famous diarist of all, Samuel Pepys; W. N. P. Barbellion; Virginia Woolf; eighteenth century politician Bubb Dodington; Fanny Burney; Charles Greville; Jonathan Swift; the Earl of Egmont; Horace Walpole; Edward VI, Charles Dickens, Thomas Moore, George Eliot and many more. A London Year is the perfect book for all who live in or love this great city.
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An Intoxicated Octopus Leaving the Café Royal we linked arms and charged up the narrow staircase leading to the Arts Theatre Club. We were instantly spotted by reception and it was a right turn, down the stairs, and out into St. Martin’s Lane in ﬁve minutes ﬂat. It seems that it is not, ‘Ah, here comes Dylan*, that promising young poet!’ but ‘Watch out, here comes that crashing old bore Dylan, let’s get him out of here quick’. Just then the air-raid siren went oﬀ. We hailed a taxi and persuaded the driver to take us to Ruthven’s studio. As soon as I’d sunk into my seat Dylan smothered me in wet beery kisses, his blubbery tongue forcing my lips apart. It was rather like being embraced by an intoxicated octopus. I tried to tell myself that I was being kissed by a great poet but it was a relief when the taxi ﬁnally stopped. Joan Wyndham, Love Is Blue, 1943 *The Dylan in question is, of course, Dylan Thomas.
5th July: A Child’s View of Town We ﬁrst went to see the new London Bridge. This bridge is very beautiful, but not yet completed; it is of white stone, and consists of very wide semi-circular arches, thrown across the Thames just above the old bridge, which is a heavy, ugly fabric. We were likewise much pleased with the Thames itself, which is ﬁlled with vessels of all kinds. The Monument is very near; it looks immensely tall, but we did not ascend it. I have read of a man getting over the rails at the top, and throwing himself over; he was dashed to pieces. I believe he was insane. I do not much like the Urn at the top of the Monument; it is very ugly. We next went to see St. Paul’s Cathedral, which I admire extremely. The exterior is too immense for me to see correctly enough to describe, but when we entered it, it was most beautiful. The pavement is black and white marble, as well as the whole interior… The Dome is immense. Papa took Richard and me up to the Whispering Gallery, which extends round it, and looks down into the church. Everybody in the church looked like dolls or monkeys from it, it was so high up. Emily Shore, Journal, 1831
Mistaken for a White Slaver Some days ago sent a personal advertisement to the newspaper to try to ﬁnd my little Irish girl who lives at Notting Hill Gate. To-day they return me the money and advert, no doubt mistaking me for a White Slave traﬃcker. And by this time, I’m thinking, my little Irish girl can go to blazes. Shall spend the P.O. on sweets or monkey nuts. W N P Barbellion, The Diary of a Disappointed Man, 1914
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October 9780711234499 Hardback £25.00 488 pp 234x156 mm Rights: World
The Story of Van Gogh’s Masterpiece
Martin Bailey This is the story of one of the world’s most iconic images. Leading British specialist on Van Gogh, Martin Bailey explains how and why Van Gogh painted a series of sunﬂower still lifes in Provence. He then explores the subsequent adventures of the seven pictures and their impact on artists including Gustav Klimt and Henri Matisse. Based on original research, the book presents a fresh view of this most legendary artist.
q September 9780711232983 Hardback £25.00 240 pp 245x192 mm Rights: World
Martin Bailey is the main writer for The Art Newspaper and is now the leading UK specialist on Van Gogh. With a background in investigative journalism, Martin Bailey began work on Van Gogh in the late 1980s. He has curated two exhibitions and written extensively on the artist. His book Letters from Provence sold over 60,000 copies in ﬁve languages, including German, French, Danish and Spanish.
How to Look at Impressionism Françoise Barbe-Gall
October 9780711233843 Paperback £18.99 312 pp 216x168 mm Rights: World Eng
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Following the success of How to Look at a Painting and How to Understand a Painting, Françoise Barbe-Gall turns to one of the most popular art movements ever: Impressionism. How to Look at Impressionism is an accessible and wide-ranging introduction to Impressionism. The book features 36 iconic masterpieces, setting them against the Establishment art of the period and demonstrating just how radical the Impressionists’ work was within this context. The book is sumptuously illustrated, with revealing close-ups of details from each painting. Six thematic chapters range over key themes including The Outdoors and Looking Beyond Nature, concluding with a chapter on the inﬂuence of Impressionism on the next generation of artists. Françoise Barbe-Gall has also published How to Talk to Children about Art and How to Talk to Children about Modern Art with Frances Lincoln.
q October 9780711231580 Hardback £16.99 256 pp 210x148 mm Rights: World
Deirdre Le Faye is an expert on Jane Austen, and the author of several books about her, including the deﬁnitive biography Jane Austen: A Family Record for the British Library and the hugely popular Jane Austen: The World of Novels, published by Frances Lincoln.
Jane Austen’s Country Life Deirdre Le Faye Jane Austen lived for nearly all her life in two Hampshire villages: in her birthplace of Steventon, where her father was both rector and farmer, and then for the last years of her life in Chawton, during which time she wrote her great novels. While there are plenty of books describing her periods of urban life in Bath, Southampton and London, no consideration has been given to this rural background to her life. This book ﬁlls a gap in the Austen family background, discussing the general state of agriculture during the period as well as the Austens’ household economy and rural way of life. All appear in Austen’s letters, and appear in her novels, lending that air of verisimilitude for which her works are famous. The book also draws on previously unpublished family manuscripts, which provide a unique insight. Richly illustrated with contemporary depictions of country folk, landscapes and animals, Jane Austen’s Country Life conjures up a world which has vanished more thoroughly than the familiar Regency townscapes, but which is no less important to an understanding of this most treasured writer’s life and work.
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The Sunﬂowers are Mine
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Land Art In Town Simple Inspiration through the Seasons
Paperback £9.99 192 pp 160x160 mm Rights: World
Marc Pouyet In town, it is sometimes hard to remember that the natural world is all around us. Land Art in Town presents over one hundred simple, playful, inspiring pieces of land art made with easily found natural materials, in an urban setting. With over 200 photographs, Land Art in Town is both a stylish gift book and a good resource for families and educators. For anyone who wants to step outside the urban whirl, the book is a rich source of inspiration, a reminder that beneath the concrete, there is the beach.
November 9780711234079 Hardback £20.00 256 pp 284x216 mm Rights: World
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As well as producing land art and sculptures using natural materials, Marc Pouyet runs workshops in schools and community centres for children and adults. His ﬁrst book Natural: Simple Land Art Through the Seasons is also published by Frances Lincoln.
Farewell to Trains David St John Thomas
London Villages Zena Alkayat
Often cited as Britain’s bestselling railway author, in Farewell to Trains David St John Thomas summarizes his lifetime’s passion. Personal reminiscences and evocative descriptions of railway life are interspersed with extracts from over 65 years of the author’s railway writings, and illustrated throughout with archive photography. In this poignant, nostalgic book, the author says farewell to the restaurant cars, the sleeping carriages, the non-stop expresses and the cheap excursion trains, the local bustling stations, the semaphore and signal boxes, and of course the great steam engines.
There are dozens of ‘villages’ tucked away in London, from Barnes to Bermondsey, Colombia Road to Clarendon Cross. These small, locally-known enclaves give the capital its inimitable character. Featuring thirty of the most unique and vibrant neighbourhoods, London Villages is the key to exploring the city in a new way. Along with specially commissioned photographs and an illustrated map for each village, a short text sums up its spirit, history and location, before expertly highlighting the best independent shops, markets, cafés and public spaces to visit.
David St John Thomas is the author of a bestselling series of books chronicling the four big railway companies, and is the founder of the publishing house David & Charles. His other titles for Frances Lincoln include Remote Britain, Journey Through Britain and Railway Season.
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q October 9780711234772 Paperback £14.99 160 pp 230x230 mm Rights: World Eng
Zena Alkayat has previously published the successful guidebook Tea & Cake London. A former Shopping & Style Deputy Editor at Time Out London, she has also contributed to Time Out: London’s Best Restaurants and Independent London Store Guide.
Tamsin Pickeral is a widely published author who has written a number of books on animal themes, including The Dog: 5,000 Years of the Dog in Art. Astrid Harrisson has recently collaborated with Tamsin on the highly acclaimed The Majesty of the Horse and The Spirit of the Dog.
The Viking World James Graham-Campbell
November 9780711234680 Paperback £12.99 192 pp 213x170 mm Rights: World
The Grace of the Cat Tamsin Pickeral & Astrid Harrisson
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The Allotment Planner More Than 200 Ways to Transform Your Plot
Matthew Appleby, Foreword by Alys Fowler
Cats are the most enigmatic and alluring of domestic animals. Beguiling beauty, ﬁerce independence and aloof intelligence characterize their long and exotic history. The Grace of the Cat is a celebration of this captivating animal and a moving account of the feline’s journey from the wild to a comfortable domestic existence. In this beautifully illustrated book, Tamsin Pickeral traces the colourful and tumultuous history of the cat, from its glory days in Egypt to its transport on creaking ships to America. She explores the diverse role of the cat in each culture, culminating in the origins of cat shows, and the selective breeding of pure bred, pedigree animals. Inside this richly illustrated book you will discover the stories behind more than ﬁfty breeds of cat, from the lithe-bodied Abyssinian to the intelligent Russian Blue. The evocative and informative text is accompanied by stunning photographs of every featured breed by award-winning photographer Astrid Harrisson. The Grace of the Cat is an essential volume for everyone who loves cats.
For 300 years, from the ninth to the eleventh centuries, the power of the Vikings dominated Western Europe. As well as being warriors and accomplished seamen, they were jewellers, sculptors and poets of great skill and originality: the forts, town sites, ships, burial mounds, carved stones, place names, sagas, art and artefacts they left behind substantiate their legendary exploits. Publishing ahead of a major new exhibition at the British Museum, this is a revised and updated edition of James Graham-Campbell’s authoritative account of the Viking world, based on recent archaeological research, with an important chapter on ships, shipwrights and seamen from Sean McGrail. The text is complemented by a wealth of illustration, including maps and reconstruction drawings. Photographs, many of them especially commissioned, portray the brilliant products of the Vikings’ culture and the beauty and harshness of the natural world they faced.
November 9780711234703 Hardback £14.99 192 pp 210x150 mm Rights: World
This book of over 200 fun and challenging monthly projects will help gardeners make the most of their allotments, so they retain interest, keep on the right side of the allotment committee, and involve the whole family in the endeavour. From blogging to beekeeping, barbecuing to keeping chickens, Matthew suggests a once-a-week project to sustain Britain’s 330,000 allotment holders. The book is arranged into months from January to December, with four or ﬁve projects per month. In addition to the main projects, each month the author suggests a further ten or so timely ways to make a diﬀerence to an allotment. Matthew Appleby is a garden writer and allotmenteer with more than a decade’s experience. He edits Horticulture Week and Garden Retail magazines and contributes regularly to the Guardian, Amateur Gardening and other national newspapers and magazines on gardening.
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October 9780711234482 Hardback £25.00 288 pp 290x238 mm Rights: UK and EU
November 9780711234697 Hardback £25.00 208 pp 212x272 mm Rights: World
More From Tottering-by-Gently
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Tails of Tottering Hall 9780711233768 £12.99
Out and About with the Totterings 9780711230842 25.00
Tottering Life 9780711231863 £25.00
Tottering Desk Diary 2014 9780711234338 £13.99 inc vat £11.66 ex vat
She Talks Venus, He Talks Mars 9780711232617 £12.99
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In the Garden with the Totterings 9780711231856 £12.99
January 2014 sees the 20th anniversary of the ﬁrst publication in Country Life Magazine of the bestselling weekly cartoon strip of Tottering-by-Gently. Since 1994, Daﬀ y, Dicky and a whole cast of characters have become familiar to a dedicated fan base. To celebrate this very special anniversary Frances Lincoln is publishing Tottering-by-Gently: The First 20 Years, a large format gift book packed with cartoons. Divided into sections it will oﬀer insights into your favourite characters, a peek behind the scenes at Tottering Hall, plus a multitude of themed cartoons – old favourites as well as some of the less familiar ones, plus lots of new material too. There will also be a short section about Annie, the history of Tottering-byGently and the creative process of producing a weekly cartoon strip.
Drinks with the Totterings 9780711230859 £12.99
The First 20 Years
Over the past twenty years Annie Tempest has worked for all the major national newspapers and life-style magazines and has had numerous collections of her work published. In 2009 the Cartoon Art Trust awarded her the Pont Prize for the Portrayal of the British Character.
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Royal Ballet Organiser This Royal Ballet Organiser includes printed endpapers with evocative black and white photographs from the Company’s early years. With a ﬂexi binding and elastic closer, the organiser also has an integral penholder and stylish rounded corners. The vertical storage pocket will help keep important bits and pieces safe. The book is divided into coloured sections with diﬀerent types of page layout – notes, reminders and lists – and multiple ribbon markers mean you can keep your place easily. A section of perforated ‘notes’ at the back of the book allow easy tear-oﬀ for sharing information.
October 9780711234789 Flexibound £10.99 inc. VAT £9.16 ex. VAT 144 pp 203x127 mm Rights: World
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Based at the Royal Opera House in London’s Covent Garden, The Royal Ballet is Britain’s largest ballet company. Founded in 1931, the Company has a wide-ranging repertory showcasing the great classical ballets as well as new works by the foremost choreographers of today.
The Stargazer’s Notebook
One Hundred Flowers
Paul G. Abel
One Hundred Postcards from the Royal Horticultural Society
The Stargazer’s Notebook is a practical observing tool aimed at those who know astronomy basics and want to develop and improve their skills. The Stargazer’s Notebook will help plan what deep sky targets you want to seek out in a particular session, as well as plan long-term goals. There are over 50 observation forms to record your sightings, and places to keep track of what equipment, as well as wish lists of observing locations, books, websites, clubs and societies. It also includes authoritative reference information: a universal time converter, at-a-glance constellation IAU abbreviations and common names, eyepiece equations and much, much more. This is the perfect gift for every stargazer. Paul G. Abel is an astronomer, mathematician and a co-presenter on the BBC’s The Sky at Night. Paul has written for many popular astronomy magazines promoting amateur astronomy and the science that amateurs can contribute to the ﬁeld. He regularly gives talks to various astronomical societies and speaks at astronomical events.
The Libraries of the Royal Horticultural Society hold the world’s ﬁnest collection of printed material on gardens and gardening. One Hundred Flowers from the RHS gathers together the most striking botanical images to create 100 diﬀerent postcards to send, keep or frame. This is ﬁrst in a new series of product: one hundred diﬀerent images, one hundred diﬀerent postcards stored in sturdy keepsake box with a lift-up lid. The earliest works of art included date from the late 17th or early 18th century and are by an anonymous Italian artist and the latest are from the middle of the 20th century. One Hundred Flowers from the RHS includes works by artists including Aubriet (1665–1742), Ehret (1708–70) and Bolton (1758–99), Margaret Meen (ﬂ. 1775–1806), Lilian Snelling, MBE (1879–1972), Graham Stuart Thomas (1909–2003) and others. Also included are colour prints from some of the great multi-volume anthologies of rare and unusual plants from around the world as well as hand-coloured engravings from publications by the nurseryman and horticulturalist Robert Sweet (1782–1835).
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q October 9780711234796 Flexibound £9.99 inc. VAT £8.33 ex. VAT 128 pp 185x130 mm Rights: World
Boxed postcard pack £14.99 inc. VAT £12.49 ex. VAT 100 different postcards Box: 285x169 mm Postcards: 153x98 mm
October 9780711234932 Boxed postcard pack £14.99 inc. VAT £12.49 ex. VAT 100 different postcards Box: 285x169 mm Postcards: 153x98 mm
100 Postcards of Our Past from English Heritage English Heritage Although best known for preserving England’s historic sites and artefacts, English Heritage is also custodian of an archive of more than one million documents and images that includes photographs of architecture and social history. 100 Postcards of the Past from English Heritage gathers together the archive’s best black and white historic photographs from the late nineteenth century to the late 1960s. The images are by John Gay (1909–99), Henry Taunt (active 1860–1922), Eric de Mare (1910–2002) and others and include evocative images of an era that is long gone. One hundred postcards, one hundred diﬀerent images to keep, send or frame. 100 Postcards of the Past from English Heritage are stored in a sturdy box with a lift-up lid and give a nostalgic view of days gone by.
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q July 9781909342101 Hardback £25.00 240 pp 285x230 mm
In this exciting collection of recipes, Giovanni Pilu introduces us to a range of authentic Sardinian dishes, from lemon taglierini with sea urchin and artichoke cream to oven-roasted suckling pig with scented apple sauce. Born in Sardinia, Giovanni is full of enthusiasm and passion for the unique ﬂavours of his homeland and this comes through in the delicious meals he presents such as polenta with pork sausage sauce and clam and chickpea soup. A Sardinian Cookbook is a celebration of a distinctive regional Italian cuisine based on simple ingredients prepared with minimum fuss, and a food culture ﬁrmly rooted in the hospitality that’s an essential element of life in a harsh landscape – a place where cheese is served at every meal, and bread must always be on the table. From bread to desserts, passing by meat, game and vegetables, Giovanni’s wide range of recipes are a colourful yet accessible insight into the food that is in his blood and close to his heart. Giovinni Pilu’s restaurant has maintained a two-hat rating in the Sydney Herald Good Food Guide since it opened in 2004.
Cicchetti And Other Small Italian Dishes to Share
Lindy Wildsmith, Valentina Harris
q September 9781909342262 Hardback £20.00 256 pp 246x190 mm Rights: World
Anyone who has strolled around Venice in search of something to eat will have come across cicchetti. They are served in bars, bacari and other eateries from late morning onwards and are the Venetian equivalent of Italian antipasti, Spanish tapas, French canapés, Thai street food or English ﬁnger food. Cicchetti are irresistible little morsels full of local ﬂavour. Made using traditional methods and produce, these meat, seafood and vegetable treats are the best of Italian cooking in miniature. The book includes a wide range of delicious recipes as well as lively anecdotes, fascinating traditions and insider observations. With ideas for refreshing and tasty drinks, both alcoholic and soft, to serve alongside the dishes, and with over 200 deliciously colourful photographs, Cicchetti is a comprehensive collection of authentic and innovative recipes that will set your taste buds tingling.
q August 9781909342125 Hardback £30.00 224 pp 273x220 mm Rights: Eng lanuguage EU, ANZ, IN, SA
Charles Phan is the executive chef and owner of The Slanted Door, San Francisco, and in 2011 was inducted into the James Beard Foundation’s list of Who’s Who of Food in America.
Vietnamese Home Cooking Charles Phan Infused with the author’s stories and experiences, Vietnamese Home Cooking is a personal guide to real Vietnamese cuisine from one of its leading voices. Charles Phan’s recipes are based on the premise that with an understanding of its central techniques and fundamental ingredients, Vietnamese home cooking can be as attainable as French, Italian or American. With solid instruction and encouraging guidance, perfectly crisp imperial rolls, tender steamed dumplings and meaty lemongrass beef stew are all deliciously close at hand. Abundant photography detailing techniques and equipment, as well as vibrant shots of Vietnam itself, provide all the inspiration you need to create a range of delicious dishes.
Lindy Wildsmith is the author of the acclaimed Cured. Valentina Harris has written over 30 books on Italian food.
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A Sardianian Cookbook Giovanni Pilu
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September 9781906417864 Hardback £25.00 224 pp 270x210 mm Rights: World
Ben McFarland is a leading drinks experts and writer. He has been named the British Guild of Beer Writers Beer Writer of the Year on three occasions. He regularly writes for a wide range of consumer and specialist beer magazines including the Jamie Oliver Magazine, the Guardian, Independent on Sunday, and the Daily Telegraph.
Boutique Beer 500 Craft Beer Classics
Ben McFarland Boutique Beer is the must-have book for every beer connoisseur. Ben McFarland’s in-depth knowledge and extensive travels mean his beer hunter’s antennae are perfectly primed to seek out the brews, brewers and beer knowledge that inform the world’s ﬁnest premium ales. An introductory section includes evaluating and tasting beers, a study of the craft in cans and the importance of glassware and a guide to ingredients such as hops, yeast and grain. The Beers section divides into types of ale and includes Quench, Lager, Hop, Grain, Old School Classics, Curiosities, Sipper and Wild and Wood. The Beers directory forms a unique celebration of premium ales from the all corners of the globe. Ben McFarland is well known for his entertaining writing style, so slide yourself onto the bar stool of enlightenment, ﬁll your glass and prepare to be amused, delighted as you witness beer’s esteemed revolution.
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q September 9781909342163 Hardback £8.99 64 pp 138x156 mm Rights: World Eng
q October 9781909342187 Hardback £25.00 224 pp 240x200 mm Rights: Eng lanuguage EU, ME, SA
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From irresistible macaroons to tasty cheesecakes, discover new ways of using, cooking and enjoying Nutella with 30 mouth-watering recipes that are as versatile as they are delicious. Taking one classic store cupboard ingredient and adding it to a variety of sweet treats has made for an impressive range of recipes, each one accompanied by a full-page photograph. Children will love Nutella and white chocolate rice cakes alongside caramel cream Nutella lollies, while adults will appreciate Nutella charlotte and mango and Nutella spring rolls. For impressive party fare there are recipes for mini coconut and Nutella palmiers plus Nutella truﬄes and Banana and Nutella tartlets. Nutella is perfect gift purchase, presented in the form of a 3D Nutella jar, the book shows how to create everything from little treats and melt-inthe-mouth snacks to full-scale desserts.
Hardback £30.00 192 pp 280x235 mm Rights: World
Caroline Zoob is an embroiderer and textile artist, and is the author of The Hand-Stitched Home. Caroline and her husband tenanted Monk’s House from the National Trust from 2000–2011. Apart from the Woolfs, no one has lived in the house for that length of time since the house was acquired by the Woolfs in 1919.
Virginia Woolf’s Garden
Delicious Sweet and Savoury Pies and Pastries from Steak and Onion to Pecan Tart
The Story of the Garden at Monk’s House Foreword by Cecil Woolf
Caroline Zoob, Caroline Arber
Join award winning Global Baker and pâtissier Dean Brettschneider as he demonstrates the secrets to making truly melt-in-your-mouth pies. There is nothing more satisfying than tucking into a piping-hot, freshly baked pie that has just come out of the oven. Whether you prefer savoury or sweet, humble or reﬁned, this book contains a wide selection of recipes for them all. Chapters include meat, seafood, vegetarian and sweet pies, plus a chapter on ‘not-quite-a-pie’ – pastry treats such as ﬂapjacks and sausage rolls. More than 80 of the most irresistible pastry classics and creations from around the world make this a global baking bible. Dean Brettschneider is one of the most respected bakers in the world. He apprenticed at the awardwinning Rangiora Bakery in North Canterbury, New Zealand, where he won the NZ Apprentice of the Year award. He was based in Shanghai for several years and now resides in Denmark and New Zealand, travelling regularly to the United Kingdom where he is a consultant.
Monk’s House in Sussex is the former home of Leonard and Virginia Woolf. It was bought by them in 1919 as a country retreat, somewhere they came to read, write and work in the garden. Virginia wrote most of her major novels there. As the success of her writing aﬀorded improvements, the Woolfs spent increasing amounts of time in Rodmell, and in 1939 they decided to make it their main home. A chronological account takes the reader through the key events in the lives of Virginia and Leonard Woolf, and their deaths. This is allied to an account of the garden and its development, and the creation and development of the key areas of the garden. A wonderful selection of full-colour contemporary photographs, archive photographs, illustrated maps and planting plans take the reader through the various garden ‘rooms’, including the Italian Garden, the Orchard, the Walled Garden, the Fishpond Garden and the Greenhouses and Conservatories. Throughout there are quotations from Virginia and Leonard’s diaries, giving a vivid account of their plans for, views on and activities in the garden.
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The 30 Best Recipes
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Setepmber 9781909342118 Hardback £40.00 240 pp 280x230 mm Rights: World Eng
Anne-Sophie Pic comes from a long line of illustrious chefs and began her career in the kitchen in 1997. Today she is the only woman in France with three Michelin stars. Her restaurants include Maison Pic in Valence, Bistrot le 7; and the two-star Beau Rivage Palace in Lausanne. Her most recent venture, La Dame de Pic, opened in Paris in 2012.
Le Livre Blanc Anne-Sophie Pic Le Livre Blanc is a cookbook that reinvents cuisine. Anne-Sophie Pic has taken the long-established culinary traditions of her family and her country, and re-imagined them through a contemporary and exhilarating approach to texture, form and ﬂavour. The book includes 50 recipes that, like those of another culinary inventor, Heston Blumenthal, both inspire and amaze. From foams and emulsions, to working with sous-vide and siphons, the recipes transform the everyday, and the not-so-everyday, into the extraordinary. Throughout the book Pic delivers insights into her creative process, including the interplay of imagination and memory in creating dishes, and the associations between ﬂavours and textures that make her cooking unique. Le Livre Blanc is one of the most beautiful cookery books ever published. From the crystalline simplicity of the photography to the cut-out slipcase, this is a book that every foodie and every bibliophile will want to own.
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q October 9781909342231 Hardback £25.00 224 pp 270x210 mm Rights: World
Vinny Lee is the Interiors Editor of the Times Magazine, sourcing, styling and writing features about architecture, interior design and lifestyle. She studied at the University of Arts, London. She is the author of 25 books including Cool Pools and Hot Tubs, Mood Indigo, and The Essential Guide to Decorating.
Paul Gayler is well known as Executive Chef at London’s prestigious hotel, The Lanesborough. He has made many appearances on British TV and now has over 20 cookery books to his name, selling over 500,000 copies worldwide in ten languages.
Homes from Home
Great Homemade Soups
Inventive Small Spaces, from Chic Shacks to Cabins and Caravans
A Cook’s Collection
Paul Gayler, Lisa Linder
Vinny Lee There is an enormous pleasure in having a place where you can get away from it all, a small intimate space where you can live out your fantasies or simply indulge a passion. This could be a boat moored on an urban waterway or a wilderness shack miles from anywhere, lost among nature. The book is divided into two main sections, with a wealth of case studies showing a fantastic selection of individual homes from home. ‘Huts and Hideways’ includes low-impact buildings, often constructed to blend with their surroundings, made of materials sympathetic to their environment. They include cabins made from wood, metal and stone or carved from the landscape itself, to treehouses perched in leafy heights. The second section ‘Homes to Go’ covers mobile or moveable accommodation, providing temporary shelter in various locations, from vintage shepherd’s huts and gleaming Airstream trailers to bell tents and tipis and sleek and compact boats.
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It is often said that a cook’s reputation hinges on the quality of his or her soup. Perhaps that is why many of us ﬁght shy of making it. With this book, Paul Gayler proves that making your own soup is easy and the results are nutritious and satisfying. Add to that the fact that soups are also an economical way to eat, whether you are using easy-to-source seasonal produce or expensive ingredients, which will go much further when made into a soup. Great Homemade Soups includes 100 recipes, ranging from the tried-and-tested classics to soups from faraway – Vietnam, Colombia, Japan, Sardinia and Spain, to name just a few. There are broths and consommés, smooth and creamy soups, hearty and wholesome soups, traditional favourites, wild and exotic soups, and chilled soups. In addition to these, the book is sprinkled with Paul’s Soups Masterclass lessons, which explain key techniques using clear step-by-step photographs. And if this weren’t enough, Paul has invited contributions from some of his favourite world-class chefs, who have added their best-loved soup recipes to this tasty collection.
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September 9781906417987 Hardback £30.00 208 pp 250x230 mm Rights: World
q October 9781906417994 Hardback £25.00 256 pp 270x210 mm Rights: World
Pete Brown writes the UK’s leading beer blog and was named 2009’s and 2012’s Beer Writer of the Year. Bill Bradshaw, described by Brown as ‘a London hipster and a gentleman farmer’, is a freelance photographer who has been documenting cider for the last seven years as an ongoing personal project.
Roger Pizey is a celebrated baker and pâtissier with over 25 years’ experience at the cutting edge of cooking. He trained for two years with Albert Roux at Le Gavroche before joining the charismatic Marco Pierre White as his Chef Pâtissier. He is currently Executive Head Chef of Marco Restaurant, London.
World’s Best Cakes
World’s Best Cider
250 Great Cakes from Citrus Chiffon to Chocolate Kugelhopf
Taste, Tradition and Terroir, from Somerset to Seattle
Pete Brown, Bill Bradshaw
Roger Pizey, Marco Pierre White World’s Best Cakes travels around the globe taking in all the classic bakes and national favourites so that you can bake and savour them from the comfort of your own home. Whether you want to make your ﬁrst Bûche de Nöel or showstopping Black Forest Gâteau, a simple afternoon tea loaf or an exotic pastry delight, let World’s Best Cakes show you how. Its tried-andtested recipes oﬀer easy-to-follow instructions so that you can create your very own baking triumph. When people all over the world come together at times of celebration or family events, cake is not just part of the ritual, it often takes centre stage. Discover just how and why cakes came to be so pivotal. Who can claim its oﬃcial recipe? When was it ﬁrst made? With handy chapters grouping cakes together, plus recipes from guest chefs, this is the last baking book you’ll ever need to buy.
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World’s Best Cider is the ﬁrst book to showcase the world of cider, from its origins as a thirst-quencher for farm workers to its present as a rival to champagne. Travelling from the Old to the New World and teaching us not only how to taste it but how to cook with it, Pete Brown and Bill Bradshaw explore every aspect of this fascinating drink and the people who produce it. Beginning in the sidrerias of Asturias, Spain, where cider has been part of the culture for thousands of years, the authors then travel north to Normandy and Brittany in France, to the famous cider regions of Somerset, the Three Counties and Wales in the UK and then across the Atlantic, to New England and Quebec where cider is being re-invented, taken out of bars and into restaurants. Over 200 ciders are described in detail, with tasting notes, and illustrated with hundreds of Bill Bradshaw’s inspiring and beautiful photographs.
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September 9781906417970 Hardback £30.00 304 pp 270x210 mm Rights: World
Kelly Hoppen was appointed an MBE in 2009 for her services to interior design. She puts her stamp on the homes, yachts and jets of private clients, as well as commercial projects worldwide. She also fronted the Channel 5 Design Series Superior Interiors in 2011 and has been announced as a new ‘Dragon’ on BBC 2’s Dragon’s Den.
Kelly Hoppen’s Design Course How to Achieve the Home of Your Dreams
Kelly Hoppen Design Course is the deﬁnitive home-decorating guide from Kelly Hoppen, oﬀering invaluable professional advice on both the practical and aesthetic aspects to interior design. Kelly shares her trade secrets and expert knowledge to help you ensure that your decorating project, however big or small in scale, runs smoothly. Alongside inspiring photographs and room schemes of some of her latest projects, Kelly oﬀers expert guidance on how to use scale and proportion, colour, texture, lighting, furniture, art and other decorative elements to create a comfortable and elegant home that looks the way you want it to. She also discusses the challenges and solutions commonly faced when designing diﬀerent spaces in the home – from kitchens, living rooms bedrooms and bathrooms to media rooms and home oﬃces, gyms and spas – and oﬀers helpful hints on all aspects of decorating and furnishing each one. An exhaustive reference for both interior designers and home decorators, Design Course also includes essential advice on practical matters, such as budgeting, scheduling, drawing up ﬂoor plans, creating room boards, brieﬁng professionals and managing the work.
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November 9781909342026 Hardback £40.00 256 pp 280x235 pp Rights: World
Paula Pryke is a worldrenowned ﬂorist who has been based in London for the last 24 years. From a little ﬂower shop in Islington she changed the face of British ﬂoristry and has become one of London’s top ﬂorists. She has published ﬁfteen ﬂower books which have been translated into as many languages.
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Jane Brocket is the author of Vintage Cakes, The Gentle Art of Domesticity and Cherry Cake and Ginger Beer. She has written about baking with children for the Guardian and her blog, Yarnstorm, is regarded as the leading domestic/craft blog in the UK and enjoys a wide international readership.
The Paula Pryke Wedding Planner Paula Pryke
The Cake Lover’s Recipe Notebook Jane Brocket
Illustrated with images of Paula Pryke’s stunning ﬂoral creations, this notebook will be invaluable for the bride in the run up to the wedding, and a beautiful keepsake afterwards. Paula oﬀers advice on all the diﬀerent aspects of wedding planning gleaned from her years of experience, and includes hints and tips from wedding planners she has worked with. Space is included throughout for the bride to make her own notes and keep her own records. In a resources section at the back of the book Paula recommends her selection of her favourite wedding professionals, including planners and cake makers.
The Cake Lover’s Recipe Notebook is a must-have for anyone who loves cake – and who doesn’t? The current passion for baking shows no signs of waning and this gorgeous-looking notebook is the ideal place to keep all your favourite recipes, whether passed down through generations or from friend to friend, or copied down from a magazine. The practical wiro-bound notebook is separated into eight sections, with convenient tabs for easy navigation. It begins with a really useful section on basic ingredients and essential equipment and techniques, which describes in simple terms the diﬀerence between soft brown and Demerara sugar, beating and folding in, baking sheets and sandwich tins. Die-hard bakers will use this as a handy checklist, while those who are better versed in eating cake than baking it will ﬁnd the straightforward advice invaluable. Each section oﬀers two mouth-watering recipes to get you started, then follows a series of prettily patterned blank pages for you to write out your own recipes, notes, ideas and experiments.
‘All of Pryke’s ideas are brilliantly inspiring’ Daily Mail
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December Square back wiro, cover cased PRICE TBC 160pp 225x180 mm Approx 100 colour photographs
q September Paperback PRICE TBC 144 pp 148x210 mm 4 colour photographs
Happy Home Notebook Charlotte Hedeman Guéniau
Love Stitching Notebook Jan Constantine
Charlotte Hedeman Guéniau founded RICE in 1998. Based in Denmark, RICE celebrates comfortable, casual living, with a playful style that is all about fun, colour and enjoyment. The ﬁrst three Happy Home Notebooks are: Pink – feminine, playful, stimulating; Turquoise – calming, chic, cool; and Citrus – fresh, uplifting, invigorating. These gorgeous little notebooks are a convenient size to carry in your handbag, making them ideal for jotting down notes when you are out and about, at meetings or on shopping trips. They are also substantial enough to keep on your desk at work. With delightful coloured inserts throughout to surprise and inspire, and half lined and half plain paper, the notebooks are great for both lists and sketches. You may wish to keep them speciﬁcally for everything to do with your home – from shopping lists, recipes and dinner party menus to decorating notes, room measurements and furniture dimensions. As well as being uplifting, the mouth-watering images from Happy Home will prove to be a great muse, making these notebooks perfect for keeping a record of creative ideas and designs for projects and makes.
Jan Constantine launched her hand-embroidery business in 2002, creating an exquisite range of original designs for textiles and home accessories. The ﬁrst three Love Stitching Notebooks are: Bugs & Beasts – creatures from the garden and the seaside are an endless source of fascination; Love – a perennial favourite subject, Love, Je t’aime, hearts and lips are recurring themes in Jan’s colourful appliqué designs; Flags – the graphic shapes and bold colours of Union Jacks, Stars & Stripes and Tricolour ﬂags cry out for unlimited reinvention and never seem to loose their appeal. These gorgeous notebooks are the perfect size to carry in your handbag, making them ideal for jotting down notes when you are out and about, at meetings or on shopping trips. They are also substantial enough to keep on your desk at work. With half lined paper and half plain, the notebooks are perfect for both lists and sketches. You may wish to keep them speciﬁcally for your sewing projects – for keeping a record of fabrics, threads, measurements and patterns, for example, and for jotting down ideas and planning your own creations inspired by the beautiful photographs of some of Jan Constantine’s most iconic embroidery designs.
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September Paperback PRICE TBC 144 pp 105x148 mm 18 colour photographs
Sugar Flower Skills The Cake Decorator’s Step-by-Step Guide to Making Exquisite Lifelike Flowers
q September 9781845435004 Arlin with jacket £9.99 288 pp 150x150 mm Rights: World
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Preserving gives home cooks the perfect chance to enjoy seasonal produce all year-round. Preserves and jams make great gifts –they also add something special to everything from ice-cream to cheese to cakes and even casseroles and barbecue meats. Centered on the four key preserving techniques, employing sugar, vinegar, oils and alcohol, 500 Jam & Preserves is the perfect, practical guide for every keen home cook. With 500 mouthwatering recipes to choose from, readers will discover how easy it is to make a mouthwatering variety of heavenly chutneys, crystal clear jellies, silky jams, tongue-tingling pickles and melt-in-the-mouth curds. It is fascinating reading as well as being an essential kitchen reference. Clippy McKenna is the founder of the Clippy’s food brand. Her awarding-winning business is focused on transforming the world of preserves.
500 Jams and Preserves Clippy McKenna
Alan Dunn is the author of 14 books on the art of sugar ﬂowers. His classes are highly regarded worldwide.
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Sugar Flower Skills is the ultimate guide to creating fabulous sugar blooms in a range of styles and of varying levels of complexity, from the simple to the more sophisticated. An opening description of the diﬀerent materials used in sugar ﬂower art, including gum paste and fondant, is followed by a step-by-step guide to the core techniques required. The main section is a Sugar Flower Directory, with how-to instructions to enable you to create make 30 fabulous ﬂowers. Each proﬁle is photographically illustrated, ﬂagged by skill level and includes a colour-mixing key. The results make perfect additions to occasion cakes or to give as unique gifts in their own right.
September 9781845435011 Arlin with jacket £9.99 288 pp 150x150 mm Rights: World
September 9781845435028 Flexibound £14.99 176 pp 203x203 mm Rights: World
September 9781845435059 Hardback £9.99 224 pp 127x177 mm Rights: World
500 Pasta Dishes Valentina Sforza
What Makes Great Fashion Marnie Fogg
The latest in the everpopular 500 series. As well as all the kitchen staples, 500 Pasta Dishes contains some more unusual recipes with new, fresh tastes that will appeal to the contemporary palate. The collection features baked pasta, fresh pasta, glutenfree pasta, pasta soups and much more. Beautifully illustrated, throughout it also contains a history of pasta plus handy tips on how to get the best results when cooking pasta.
How to Make and Share Creative Videos
Melvyn Ternan Packed with step-bystep tutorials and inside tips from professional animators, Stop-motion Animation is the ultimate handbook for anyone seeking to explore the exciting possibilities of stop-motion animation. Combining practical instruction with creative inspiration, it covers all the traditional techniques, such as claymation, plus fascinating innovative new ones that will instantly appeal. QR codes accompany each tutorial, linking to online videos. Guaranteed to appeal to creatives and buﬀs of all stripes!
Showcasing 80 outstanding fashion confections, from the birth of the industry to the present day, this absorbing book focuses on the speciﬁc characteristics that made the featured garments and their design is iconic. The coverage includes biographical summaries of the foremost fashion designers and their key creations. The latter include Lanvin’s exotic robe de style, to Dior’s ‘New Look’ and the abrupt raising of hemlines inspired by Mary Quant’s miniskirts.
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Mastering Macarons, Madeleines, Meringues and More
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August 9781845435097 Hardback £14.99 160 pp 240x220 mm Rights: World
Perfecting Patisserie is a collection of over 100 innovative ways of perfecting your patisserie skills, with recipes for everything from delicious macaroons and madeleines to mouthwatering meringues, ﬁnanciers and éclairs. From MasterChef ﬁnalist Tim Kinnaird, it is a beautiful book purpose-planned to help ambitious home cooks take the next steps in cake making, with a delicious array of traditional and unique recipes to learn from and inspire. Patisserie requires additional skills beyond those demanded by conventional home baking. This book demonstrates many of these techniques and approaches. Common patisserie problems and troubleshooting tips and advice are also included. Together with coverage of key kitchen equipment and organization, this all helps to provide home cooks with the ﬁrm foundation they need to bake sensational treats.
August 9781845435066 Hardback £12.99 224 pp 227x170 mm Rights: World
50 Machines that Changed the Course of History is a survey of the last 200 years of technological development. This fascinating book identiﬁes the most signiﬁcant branded or one-oﬀ machines, placing them in their historical and technological contexts, and evaluating their inﬂuence. Entries fall into eight categories: Industry, Agriculture, Media, Transport, Science, Computing, Energy, and Home. Machines featured include the preeminent machines of the Industrial Revolution, including Stephenson’s Rocket, the ﬁrst locomotive designed for passenger transport, as well as late 19th and 20th century inventions, including the Berliner gramophone and the Marconi radio, which heralded the dawn of the media age. Perfect for history buﬀs and anyone who is fascinated by the workings of machinery, this book is a celebration of 50 iconic machines and of mechanical technology in general.
Tim Kinnaird is a pastry chef and owner of Macaroons & More.
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Fifty Minerals that Changed the Course of History Eric Chaline
This is the ultimate guide to creating beautiful solid silver charms quickly and easily from metal clay. This inspirational book shows how to craft intricate pure silver charms with no silversmithing skills, and very few tools and equipment. Beautifully illustrated throughout, the book’s exhaustive coverage includes clear step-by-step instructions for all the essential techniques, including designing, moulding, ﬁnishing, adding loops and ﬁring. 50 stunning projects feature traditional charms, steampunk and everything in-between. Each project is ﬂagged by skill level; some have been devised speciﬁcally to appeal to newbies, while more challenging ones introduce a range of exciting, more sophisticated techniques.
Here is a fascinating compendium of the metals, rocks, organic minerals, and gems that have had the greatest impact on the development of human civilization from prehistory to the present day. Entries range from gold, the king of metals, the untarnished symbol of wealth, immortality, and power, to salt, the daily staple, which, at one time, was literally worth its weight in gold. The book is arranged in chronological order, from the materials that deﬁned the earliest stages of human development right up to modern materials. The book also looks at minerals that have had a more sinister impact, including arsenic and asbestos. Entries are judged by their inﬂuence in four categories: Commercial, Practical, Cultural, and Scientiﬁc.
Sue Heaser is an internationally renowned artist, author, and teacher. She has published several craft books, including the best selling Magical Metal Clay Jewelry and The Metal Clay Techniques Book.
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How to Make Silver Charms from Metal Clay Sue Heaser
August 9781845435073 Hardback £12.99 224 pp 227x170 mm Rights: World
Eric Chaline is a journalist and writer specializing in history, philosophy, and religion.
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Black & Decker The Complete Guide to Cabinets & Countertops
Pruning: An Illustrated Guide Foolproof Methods for Shaping and Trimming Trees, Shrubs, Vines, and More
How to Customize Your Home with Cabinetry
Editors of Cool Springs Press
q January 9781591865629 Paperback £14.99 160 pp 254x178 mm
Grow More With Less
Planting Designs for Cactus & Succulents
Sustainable Garden Methods
Vincent A. Simeone
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Indoor & Outdoor Uses for Unique, Easy-Care Plants - In All Climates
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December 9781591865513 Paperback £14.99 192 pp 254x178 mm
With detailed, strategic timelines for both shortterm and long-term gardening techniques, Grow More with Less lets you put your best foot forward in creating an eﬃcient, sustainable home landscape. From composting and mulching to planting trees, author Vincent Simeone covers all the eco-friendly essentials in one straightforward handbook, making the what, how, and why of sustainable gardening unmistakably clear: why we should plant for the long-term, how to make the best plant selections, how to manage invasive species, how to make the most of your lawn, the importance of IPM (integrated pest management) in ﬁghting insects and pests, how to conserve water with proper irrigation, and more. With eﬀective, time-proven recommendations, ﬁeldtested in a large botanical garden and adapted for home use, this is the complete step-by-step personal roadmap for gardening with less time, less water, and less money.
Judy Lowe has been writing about gardening for more than twenty-ﬁve years and is an active member of the Garden Writers Association.
January 9781591865612 Paperback £17.99 192 pp 254x216 mm
In Planting Designs for Cactus & Succulents, a book for the gardener and non-gardener alike, you’ll ﬁnd information and design inspiration for more than twenty attractive, low-maintenance planting projects. Succulents are the ultimate low-care plants, able to withstand erratic rainfall, poor soil, and outright neglect – they almost never need pruning, watering, feeding, or fussing over. That, along with their astounding range of colours and forms, makes them ideal for those who want an attractive yet low-maintenance container planting or landscape view. No longer matched only to arid climates, modern succulent varieties can now be used in any climate. This comprehensive guide oﬀers expert tips for selection, planting, and care of these hardy plants, as well as over twenty projects, with step-by-step instructions and photographic demonstrations, to inform and inspire.
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q October 9781591865896 Paperback £16.99 224 pp 275x210 mm
Aimed at building skills and conﬁdence in this key area of DIY, The Complete Guide to Cabinets & Countertops contains comprehensive information on the tools, materials, and techniques you’ll need to create kitchen cabinets and countertops, bathroom cabinets, and even sturdy utility cabinets for the basement, garage, or home workshop. This book is packed with valuable information on selecting stock cabinets, as well as comprehensive, step-by-step instructions for building your own custom cabinets using traditional joinery techniques or the most up-todate hardware. Also included are instructions for making, installing and adapting countertops in a range of materials, including tiles, laminate, marble and granite.
In Pruning: An Illustrated Guide, award-winning gardening writer Judy Lowe shares over two decades of expertise, focusing on the pruning needs of the most commonly grown landscape plants. Discussing everything from trees and shrubs to hydrangeas, azaleas, roses, and other perennials, Lowe takes an in-depth approach to all the pruning essentials. Throughout the book, her advice is accompanied by brilliantly detailed stepby-step line drawings that clearly demonstrate where and how to make precise, eﬀective cuts. In addition to these practical guidelines, Lowe explains the basic science behind plant growth, why plants need pruning, when they’ll need it, and how pruning techniques can vary between plant species.
Georgia Getting Started Garden Guide Erica Glasener December 9781591865711 Paperback £18.99 240 pp | 254x178 mm
Michigan Getting Started Garden Guide Melinda Myers October 9781591865698 Paperback £18.99 240 pp | 254x178 mm
Minnesota & Wisconsin Getting Started Garden Guide Melinda Myers September 9781591865704 Paperback £18.99 240 pp | 254x178 mm
Plant This Instead! Troy B. Marden February 9781591865766 Paperback £17.99 192 pp | 254x178 mm
Small Engines & Outdoor Power Equipment Peter Hunn September 9781591865872 Paperback £12.99 160 pp | 275x210 mm
Black & Decker The Complete Guide to Finishing Basements Editors of CSP September 9781591865889 Paperback £16.99 240 pp | 275x210 mm
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Western Birds Bill Thompson III November 9781591865551 Paperback £14.99 160 pp | 203x127 mm
Carolinas Fruit & Vegetable Gardening Katie Elzer-Peters September 9781591865636 Paperback £18.99 256 pp | 254x178 mm
Mid-Atlantic Fruit & Vegetable Gardening Katie Elzer-Peters October 9781591865643 Paperback £18.99 256 pp | 254x178 mm
Midwest Fruit & Vegetable Gardening Katie Elzer-Peters January 9781591865667 Paperback £18.99 256 pp | 254x178 mm
Paciﬁc Northwest Fruit & Vegetable Gardening Katie Elzer-Peters November 9781591865544 Paperback £18.99 256 pp | 254x178 mm
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Tennessee & Kentucky Month-by-Month Gardening Judy Lowe January 9781591865780 Paperback £18.99 240 pp | 254x178 mm
Minnesota & Wisconsin Month-by-Month Gardening Melinda Myers February 9781591865773 Paperback £18.99 240 pp | 254x178 mm
Midwest Gardener’s Handbook Melinda Myers December 9781591865681 Paperback £18.99 272 pp | 275x210 mm
Southern Fruit & Vegetable Gardening Katie Elzer-Peters November 9781591865650 Paperback £18.99 256 pp | 254x178 mm
Midwestern Birds Bill Thompson III November 9781591865599 Paperback £14.99 160 pp | 203x127 mm
Northeastern Birds Bill Thompson III November 9781591865582 Paperback £14.99 160 pp | 203x127 mm
Mid-Atlantic Birds Bill Thompson III November 9781591865575 Paperback £14.99 160 pp | 203x127 mm
Southern Birds Bill Thompson III November 9781591865568 Paperback £14.99 160 pp | 203x127 mm
September 9781589237742 Paperback £12.99 96 pp 242x170 mm
September 9781589237889 Paperback £20.00 192 pp 254x216 mm
October 9781589237780 Spiral Bound £16.99 176 pp 216x216 mm
November 9781589237766 Spiral Bound £16.99 144 pp 254x191 mm
November 9781589237803 Spiral Bound £16.99 144 pp 216x216 mm
November 9781589237896 Paperback £16.99 144 pp 216x216 mm
Make Your Own Cute and Easy Pompoms Graphic Sha
The Quilt Block Book
Decorate Cakes, Cupcakes, and Cookies with Kids
Granny Square Flowers
Baby Knits from Around the World
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Wendy J. Johnson Yarn Works is a comprehensive guide to the techniques of spinning and dyeing yarn, and includes ten projects made from handspun yarn featured in the book. Divided into four main sections: Fibre Workshop, Spin Workshop, Dye Workshop, and Knit Workshop, each short, informational workshop takes readers through the essential learning activities for spinning, dyeing, and knitting, and provides the hands-on experience needed to master the subject.
Fresh, Versatile Designs for Quilts, Clothes, Accessories, and Décor
Nancy Wick Packed with photographs and diagrams for 75 quilt blocks, The Quilt Block Book teaches the three basic block construction methods needed to get started in the world of quilt blocks. Three technique sections cover quick piecing, foundation piecing and appliqué blocks, each followed by 25 step-by-step projects, illustrated with colour diagrams to help hone these skills.
Techniques, Projects, and Party Plans for Teaching Kids 8 to 12
Autumn Carpenter This instructional craft book is ﬁlled with fun baking and decorating experiences to share with children aged 8-12, combining fun projects with kitchen skills. With adult supervision, kids can learn the basics of baking and preparing cookies, cupcakes, and cakes as well as over 50 decoration techniques for holidays, special events, or to share with friends.
50 botanical-inspired crochet motifs and 15 original projects
Margaret Hubert The beloved granny square is the crocheter’s foundation for countless projects and is adored for its portability, versatility, and endless variety. Following the success of The Granny Square Book, Margaret Hubert presents 50 all-new granny squares with a botanical theme and demonstrates their versatility with 15 new projects ranging from clothing for adults and children to fashion accessories and items for the home.
20 Heirloom Projects in a Variety of Styles and Techniques
Kari Cornell Baby Knits from Around the World showcases 20 designs inspired by the classic knitting traditions of Scandinavia, Ireland, Scotland, England, the Baltics, Europe, South America and North America. The introduction to each pattern details the history of the technique that the design employs, whilst over 100 gorgeous photos and diagrams will ensure knitters of any level can create baby hats, blankets, booties and much more.
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Make Your Own Cute and Easy Pompoms is ﬁlled with easy, step-by-step pictures and illustrated patterns to let readers create beautiful pompoms to adorn any knitting, sewing or crochet project. Information on which tools to use, how to apply templates, and a host of other skills accompanies beautiful, inspiring photography showcasing the ﬁnal projects, along with ideas on how to showcase these cute and easy embellishments.
How to Spin, Dye, and Knit Your Own Yarn
q February 9781589237810 Spiral Bound £16.99 144 pp 254x203 mm
February 9781589236905 Paperback £16.99 240 pp 275x210 mm
February 9781589237773 Paperback £16.99 256 pp 275x210 mm
How to Make 100 Bead Embroidery Motifs
The Complete Photo Guide to Slipcovers, Pillows, and Bedding Karen Erickson
The Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction Christine Haynes
Inspiration and Instructions for Plant, Animal, Abstract, and Icon Designs
Geneviève Crabe If you’ve ever had the need to bead, this is the book for you. A visual showcase of 100 diﬀerent motifs, organized in sections by design category, including: ﬂoral/botanical, abstract, geometric, and symbolic. Presented with easy-tofollow photography and stitch diagrams, this book will introduce new beaders to the world of bead embroidery, whilst providing essential reference material for experts.
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From making simple seat cushions for wooden chairs to complicated covers for sleeper sofas, this comprehensive, how-to reference addresses all the essential skills needed to create slipcovers, pillows, bedding and more. Stepby-step directions and hundreds of colour photos allow readers to clearly access key information, and inspiring home interior photography shows slipcovered furniture pieces in real home settings.
The Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction is a technique-based book that covers all the necessary skills for sewing clothes for women, men, and children. From working with patterns to ﬁtting, cutting and ﬁnishing, this comprehensive guide provides step-by-step instruction, valuable tips and hundreds of colour photographs to allow readers to create tops, dresses, trousers, skirts, and outerwear.
Shelby Allaho specializes in designing unique accessories for women and children, in traditional and freeform crochet. Ellen Gormley is a proliﬁc and widely-published crochet designer.
Crocheting Clothes Kids Love 25 Fun-to-Wear Projects
Shelby Allaho & Ellen Gormley This easy-to-use book features twenty-ﬁve designs for clothing and accessories for school-age children. Projects include: hats, sweaters, dresses, vests, mittens, leggings, socks, and slippers in styles kids are certain to love, as well as accessories from purses and bags to bracelets and belts. New to crochet? No worries. General crochet instructions are provided and special stitch patterns are introduced with both written and diagrammed instructions to make it easy for new crocheters to follow along. Hidden spiral binding allows readers to lay the pages open ﬂat for easy reference whilst crocheting. All projects are designed using a variety of easily cared for yarn types, and include generic descriptions, gauge and hook sizes to allow readers to easily substitute comparable yarn to make each project their own. Over one hundred creative, fun photographs by Nancy Langdon show kids wearing and using the projects to give readers added inspiration.
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January 9781589237797 Spiral Bound £16.99 128 pp 216x216 mm
September 9781592335633 Paperback £14.99 176 pp 235x191 mm
September 9781592335886 Paperback £12.99 272 pp 235x191 mm
September 9781592335893 Hardback £14.99 288 pp 235x210 mm
October 9781592335565 Paperback £14.99 176 pp 235x191 mm
October 9781592335664 Paperback £14.99 176 pp 235x191 mm
The Picky Eating Solution
Vegan Slow Cooking for Two or Just for You
Home-Cooked Vegan Comfort Food
The Flavorful Kitchen Cookbook
Paleo Sweets & Treats
Baked Doughnuts For Everyone
More than 100 Delicious One-Pot Meals for Your 1.5Quart/Litre Slow Cooker
More Than 200 BellyFilling, Lip-Smacking Recipes
101 Amazing 3-Ingredient Flavor Combinations for Unforgettable Food
Work With Your Unique Eating Type to Beat Mealtime Struggles Forever
Deborah Kennedy, Ph.D. This book challenges the established wisdom that has advised parents to let children decide what and how much to eat at mealtimes. Current research suggests that this approach is dangerously faulty and sets children up for substandard nutrition and dysfunctional eating patterns. The Picky Eating Solution brings a new approach to resolving mealtime struggles and helps parents take control with an easy strategy.
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Kathy Hester Discover recipes for more than 100 delicious, one-pot vegan meals, from dips and desserts to dinners and more. Featuring recipes geared speciﬁcally for use with a 1.5-2 litre slow cooker, Vegan Slow Cooking for Two or Just For You provides endless healthy vegan meal ideas to make with minimal eﬀort and maximum taste, including Pumpkin Polenta, White Bean Quinoa Gumbo and many more.
Celine Steen Home-Cooked Vegan Comfort Food gives 200 vegan recipes that a die-hard comfort food eater will love. Each dish is abundant and satisfying so that no one at the table feels shortchanged, and proves without a doubt that that eating vegan doesn’t mean sacriﬁcing ﬂavour. Whether looking to impress or indulge – or both! – Home-Cooked Vegan Comfort Food is the ultimate source for mean and mouthwatering vegan eats at every meal.
Robert Krause This is an indispensable guide to fantastic, unexpected ﬂavour combinations for home cooks. Filled with more than 100 extraordinary combinations of three complementary ingredients, The Flavorful Kitchen Cookbook rethinks the way we approach food. Each ﬂavour trio is accompanied by an inspired, original recipe that explores which ﬂavours work together and how to create innovative dishes.
Seasonally-Inspired Recipes That Let You Have Your Cake and Your Paleo Lifestyle Too
Heather Connell Paleo Sweets & Treats shows you how to bake delicious treats compatible with the Paleo diet, when traditional baking ingredients such as ﬂours, grains, dairy, and sugar are oﬀ the table. Included are recipes for easy-to-make indulgent treats to let you stay the Paleo course using fresh, seasonal produce, natural sweeteners, and nutritionally dense, grain-free ﬂours to create desserts such as Sweet Potato Tarts, Orange Pomegranate Cupcakes and more.
From Sweet to Savory to Everything in Between, 101 Delicious Gluten-Free Recipes
Ashley McLaughlin Who doesn’t love a doughnut? They’re just awesome! But they’re always unhealthy, and you can only get them at the doughnut shop, right? Not any more. Baked Doughnuts for Everyone oﬀers easy, delicious, and healthy gluten-free doughnut recipes to make from the comfort of your own kitchen, without fussing over a fryer ﬁlled with hot oil.
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August 9781592335695 Paperback £12.99 192 pp 229x203mm
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The Healthy Homemade Pet Food Cookbook
Paperback £14.99 256 pp 229x191 mm
75 Whole-Food Recipes and Tasty Treats for Every Age and Stage of Your Pet’s Development
Barbara Laino has over 16 years of experience as a dog breeder and has been teaching workshops on homemade pet food and animal care since 2005.
Great Meat Classic Techniques and Award-Winning Recipes for Selecting, Cutting, and Cooking Beef, Lamb, Pork, Poultry and Game
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October 9781592335817 Paperback £17.99 224 pp 229x203 mm
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Athlete and competitive runner Matt Frazier runs several marathons and 50-mile ultramarathons each year. He is the author of the hugely popular blog, No Meat Athlete, which attracts 170,000 unique visitors a month.
Recipes are only as good as their ingredients, especially when it comes to meat. That’s why having a good understanding of how to select, cut, and cook meat makes all of the diﬀerence in the ﬁnal taste. Great Meat debunks myths and misinformation around selecting and cooking meat and oﬀers up valuable information to meat lovers and serious home cooks who want to learn new and diﬀerent preparation techniques. This go-to guide shows how to identify, prepare and cook diﬀerent cuts, why and when free-range and grass-fed is better, the basics of home butchery, and much more. Dave Kelly is chief butcher at Ruby & White, Bristol, where he brings a modern take to a traditional craft with state-of-art equipment and a focus on locally sourced and breed-speciﬁc meat.
No Meat Athlete How a Plant-Based Diet Can Make You Fitter, Faster, and Happier
Matt Frazier Combining the winning elements of proven training approaches, motivational stories, and innovative recipes, No Meat Athlete is a unique guidebook, healthy-living cookbook, and nutrition primer for the athlete of any level who wants to live a vegetarian lifestyle. Author and popular blogger Matt Frazier shows the many beneﬁts to be gained from a meat-free athletic lifestyle, from weight loss and improved energy levels to increased speed and faster recovery times. This book is the covers everything necessary to tailor your training to your lifestyle, including practical advice and tips on how to transition to a plant-based diet while getting all the nutrition you need; how to use the power of habit to make these changes last; and menu plans for optimum performance, endurance, and recovery. In addition, a unique training manual provides training plans for common race distances and shows runners how to create healthy habits, improve performance, and avoid injuries.
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q October 9781592335718 Hardback £14.99 176 pp 229x178 mm
Organic, seasonal, food has become a huge movement – and conscious eating doesn’t stop with the family pet. The Healthy Homemade Pet Food Cookbook teaches you how to tailor your pet’s diet to their speciﬁc nutritional needs for better health and behaviour. This book includes 75 recipes to make at home, nutritional information for every stage of your pet’s life from puppy or kitten to adulthood, meal plans, healthy snacks and treats, and suggestions for supplementing shop bought food with homemade ingredients. The Healthy Homemade Pet Food Cookbook makes switching your pet over to a homemade diet comfortable, safe, and inexpensive.
Great Cholesterol Cookbook Recipes and Meal Plans That Prevent Heart Disease – Naturally
Jonny Bowden Ph.D.
November 9781592335794 Paperback £14.99 176 pp 235x191 mm
November 9781592335688 Paperback £14.99 176 pp 235x191 mm
November 9781592335909 Paperback £16.99 224 pp 229x203 mm
The Peanut Allergy Answer Book, 3rd Ed. Michael C. Young
Cheers to Vegan Sweets!
More than 100 Naturally G-Free Recipes Perfect for Any Occasion
Drink-Inspired Vegan Desserts – From the Cafe to the Cocktail Lounge, Turn Your Sweet Sips Into Even Better Bites!
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Olivia Dupin If you’re gluten-free, parties and other gatherings can be a food conundrum. In GlutenFree Entertaining, author Olivia Dupin explains how to entertain with ease for every taste and occasion, with fourteen separate menus and more than 100 party-pleasing dishes plus tips for party planning, shopping and staying on budget, table setting, decorating, and more.
Restorative Drinks from Yesterday and Today
Kelly Peloza This innovative vegan baking book features 125 deliciously fun drinkinspired dessert recipes. It’s a cookbook that takes readers on a delicious tour of cafés, cocktail bars, and lemonade stands, where all the drinks come in dessert form. Author and vegan baker extraordinaire Kelly Peloza has formulated each recipe to highlight the ﬂavours of its liquid counterpart, from Apple Cider Doughnuts to Chai Spice Baklava and beyond.
November 9781592335848 Paperback £14.99 160 pp 197x146 mm
At the turn of the 20th century, pharmacies in Europe and America prepared homemade tinctures, bitters, and herbal remedies mixed with alcohol promising to cure everything from poor digestion to the common cold. Today, many mixologists and cocktail bars are taking inspiration from apothecary cocktails of old. Apothecary Cocktails features 75 traditional and newly created recipes for medicinallythemed cocktails. Learn the history of the top ten apothecary liqueurs, bitters, and tonics, including Pechaud’s Bitters, Chartreuse, and Vermouth. Next, put this information into practice with recipes to create restoratives, sedatives, toddys, digestifs, and more. Warren Bobrow has published over three hundred articles on food, wine, and cocktail mixology and is the author of a popular blog, The Cocktail Whisperer.
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Since the second edition of The Peanut Allergy Answer Book was published in 2006, much additional research has been published in the ﬁeld of peanut allergy and anaphylaxis with particular developments in diagnostic testing, treatment, and identifying risk factors for infants and children. This revised and updated version of the deﬁnitive peanut allergy book, The Peanut Allergy Answer Book, 3rd Edition, contains more than 50% new material reﬂecting this research.
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October 9781592335671 Paperback £10.99 192 pp 216x140 mm
For decades, low-fat and low-cholesterol diets have been touted as the way to prevent and reverse heart disease. In their groundbreaking book, The Great Cholesterol Myth, Jonny Bowden and Dr. Stephen Sinatra debunked this assertion, arguing that that fat is not the enemy (it may in fact be part of the solution), and that grains and carbohydrates in traditional ‘low cholesterol’ diets may exacerbate the problem. In The Great Cholesterol Cookbook, Bowden lays out a detailed meal plan and 100 delicious and nutritious recipes that will prevent and reverse heart disease, target key factors like inﬂammation and HDL cholesterol, provide key nutrients, and give you back foods you thought were gone forever.
December 9781592335756 Paperback £14.99 512 pp 235x191 mm
December 9781592335831 Hardback £14.99 304 pp 203x163 mm
January 9781592335732 Paperback £14.99 192 pp 241x191 mm
January 9781592335725 Paperback £12.99 160 pp 203x163 mm
January 9781592335862 Paperback £12.99 160 pp 203x152 mm
Fusion Food in the Vegan Kitchen
500 Time-Tested Home Remedies and the New Science Behind Them
The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of Magical Plants, Revised Susan Gregg
The Dairy-Free Kitchen
Superfoods for Life: Chia
Superfoods for Life: Coconut
100 Recipes for all the Creamy Foods You Love – Without Lactose, Casein, or Dairy
Boost Stamina • Aid Weight Loss • Build Immunity • 75 Recipes
Reduce Inﬂammation • Improve Heart Health • Heal Digestion • 75 Recipes
125 Comfort Food Classics, Reinvented with an Ethnic Twist!
Joni Marie Newman Fusion Food in the Vegan Kitchen explores the delicious, experimental type of cooking popular in California and quickly taking the vegan world by storm. Its focus is not only on fresh, local ingredients, but also the amazing ﬂavours found in diﬀerent world cuisines. With more than 100 innovative recipes, including gluten and soy free options, Fusion Food in the Vegan Kitchen takes plant-based cooking to a whole new level.
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Treat Aches, Pains, Ailments and More with Simple and Effective At-Home Treatments
Linda B. White This comprehensive, authoritative family reference provides quick, eﬃcient relief for hundreds of ailments. It oﬀers accessible and eﬀective recipes (many using three ingredients or fewer) for DIYers who want to bolster their immune defences, and treat aches, pains and manageable ailments naturally.
The ultimate guide to magical plants gets even better in this new edition. This revised and expanded guide includes the magical properties and uses for nearly 300 plants. Entries describe how to use spells or rituals and potions that solve everything from shooing evil spirits out of a reader’s house to ﬁnding the perfect mate to using herbs, ﬂowers, and plants in Wiccan and earth magic festivals.
Ashley Adams Whilst diagnosis of lactose intolerance is on the rise, many more people suﬀer some degree of dairy intolerance, or want to avoid the potential diﬃculties associated with long-term dairy consumption. The DairyFree Kitchen contains 100 delicious recipes for the foods you love without the dairy. It also provides a wealth of information on weeding out hidden dairy in everyday foods and getting adequate nutrition from a dairy-free diet.
Lauri Boone, R.D. Chia is one of nature’s all-star superfoods. High in protein, ﬁbre, minerals and essential fatty acids, this little seed packs a nutritional punch. Moreover, it’s portable, versatile and easy to integrate into your diet. Just a spoonful adds a shot of nutrition to drinks, crunch to salads, or protein to soups. This handy guide includes 75 delicious recipes, facts and tons of tips on using chia for health and beauty.
Jenny Sansouci Superfoods for Life: Coconut shows you how to integrate coconut meat, milk, oil, butter, and ﬂour into your diet with 75 delicious recipes for incredible health. Contains an overview of coconuts, fun history and facts and its reputed nutritional beneﬁts, along with a focus on key nutritional properties and ‘cures’ associated with coconuts (detoxiﬁcation, weight loss, super immunity, disease ﬁghting, and beauty to name a few).
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FAIR WINDS PRESS
q FAIR WINDS PRESS
December 9781592335800 Paperback £14.99 176 pp 235x191 mm
Art of the Classic Car Peter Bodensteiner & Peter Harholdt
q October 9780760344354 Paperback £18.99 320 pp 235x235 mm
Mustang Boss 302
From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car
Re-inventing America’s Sports Car
Ford Motor Company Trademarks and Trade Dress used under license to MBI Publishing Company. www.fordmotorcompany.com
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In 2012, Ford at long last revived the most revered of all Mustang models: BOSS. With a new racing counterpart and a modern street version that delivers more than 440 horsepower, the Boss is truly back! In Mustang Boss 302, Mustang historian Donald Farr oﬀers a complete history of the car – from its late 1960s origins in Ford’s boardrooms, through its Trans-Am successes and untimely demise in 1970 up to the conception and development of the spectacular new 2012 and 2013 Mustang Boss 302. Packed with brilliant photography and ﬁrsthand accounts from the people who created the original Boss, as well as the team that resurrected Ford’s most iconic Mustang, this is the story every Mustang enthusiast has been waiting to read.
FINAL COVER FORTHCOMING
September 9780760345344 Hardback £25.00 160 pp 283x241 mm
Tattoos have long been an integral part of motorcycle culture, the result of the overwhelming number of ex-military men who formed the nucleus of the postwar outlaw motorcycle-club scene. These soldiers, sailors, and marines returned from war with statements etched in ink upon their bodies, and they continued that tradition when they formed the clubs that came to deﬁne motorcycle culture. In 1000 Biker Tattoos, motorcycle photographer Sara Liberte celebrates this most personal of art forms by capturing the wild abandon of the motorcycle lifestyle as expressed through tattoo work. Featuring 1,000 photos of biker tattoos and the artwork used to create them, along with proﬁles of renowned tattoo artists in the biker community, this book provides a revealing look into this colourful aspect of motorcycle culture.
October 9780760343845 Hardback £30.00 192 pp 276x241 mm General Motors Trademarks used under license to MBI Publishing Company.
For the Corvette enthusiast, there is no greater source of speculation, pent-up excitement, and anticipation than the pending introduction of a new-generation ’Vette. The redesigned seventhgeneration Corvette (‘C7’) again raises the bar, capable of running with – and in many cases outclassing – the likes of Ferrari, Porsche, Audi, and other European legends. Corvette ‘C7’: Re-inventing America’s Sports Car is the exclusive inside story of this top-notch vehicle. With more than 300 historical and behind-the-scenes photographs that take you as close to the car as you can get without sitting behind the wheel, Corvette ‘C7’ is a must-own book for any serious gearhead. Larry Edsall gained exclusive access to Chevrolet’s Corvette team members, as well as GM’s photographic archives, to create Corvette ‘C7’: Re-inventing America’s Sports Car – the complete inside story of this top performance vehicle.
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q September 9780760344156 Hardback £35.00 224 pp 273x311 mm
This is the ultimate photographic guide to rare and collectable cars from history’s premier automakers: hallowed names like Packard, Bugatti, Mercedes-Benz, Cord, and others; machines that thrill audiences at auction and drive bidders to a seven-ﬁgure frenzy. Art of the Classic Car features the stunning studio photography of Peter Harholdt (Art of the Hot Rod, Art of the Muscle Car), lavished on the most signiﬁcant automobiles from the classic era: the 1910s to early 1940s. Every page contains original portraits of some of the most important cars ever made, accompanied by a short essay from automotive expert Peter Bodensteiner that places the model contextually within automotive history. Art of the Classic Car is the most beautiful pictorial history of classic cars ever produced.
1000 Biker Tattoos Sara Liberte
October 9780760343968 Hardback £35.00 256 pp 311x254 mm
q October 9780760344019 Hardback £35.00 256 pp 311x254 mm
Ford Motor Company Trademarks and Trade Dress used under license to MBI Publishing Company. www.fordmotorcompany.com
Donald Farr (Tampa, FL) has been on the masthead of Mustang Monthly magazine for 30 years. In addition to his magazine work, Donald authored Motorbooks’ Mustang Boss 302 and cowrote How to Restore Your Mustang with Mustang Monthly founder Larry Dobbs. He currently owns the 1966 Mustang GT his grandfather purchased new.
Mustang: Fifty Years Donald Farr
Porsche 911: 50 Years Randy Lefﬁngwell
In the early 1960s, Lee Iacocca – then director of the Ford division at Ford Motor Company – convinced Henry Ford II to produce a sporty four-seat car aimed at the emerging youth market. That car, essentially a reconﬁgured and re-skinned Falcon economy car, became the Ford Mustang, and it changed the automotive world like no other car before or since. In Mustang: Fifty Years, acclaimed Mustang writer Donald Farr celebrates this unbroken lineage of muscle: its phenomenal ﬁrst-year sales, the new ‘pony car’ genre it pioneered, and subsequent models that include the Mustang GT, Shelby GT350, Shelby GT500, Super Cobra Jet, Boss 302 and Boss 429 – all part of a line of American performance cars that continues on to this day. With 400 photos of the USA’s iconic sports car and released in tandem with the Mustang’s 50th anniversary, Mustang: Fifty Years is a must on the bookshelf of any gearhead or Ford aﬁcionado.
In Porsche 911: 50 Years, Randy Leﬃngwell celebrates half a century of one of the world’s top sports cars, telling a comprehensive story of its design and development, racing and competition, engineering and technology, style and culture. All the iconic 911 models are included: from the original 901 prototype through every classic model, including the liquid-cooled cars that brought the 911 into a new millennium. But beyond telling the story of the cars, this book places the spotlight on the people behind the 911: Ferdinand ‘Butzi’ Porsche, the son of legendary Porsche founder Ferdinand ‘Ferry’ Porsche, who co-designed the instantly recognizable 911 shape; Peter W. Schutz, the Porsche CEO who saved the 911 from extinction; and Dr. Helmuth Bott, the engineering genius behind many of the groundbreaking technologies that have deﬁned the 911. Leﬃngwell also tells the story of the 911 community – the clubs and culture that surround the car. Together, these facets make Porsche 911: 50 Years the essential book in any Porsche fan’s library.
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Randy Leﬃngwell, bestselling Motorbooks author and photographer, has earned a reputation as one of the best automotive historians working today. He has written and photographed over two dozen books on transportation topics.
q November 9780760344378 Hardback £40.00 240 pp 254x311 mm
November 9780760344255 Hardback £35.00 208 pp 286x251 mm
November 9780760344033 Paperback £25.00 304 pp 270x210 mm
Inside American Motors Shelby-American Corporation Wrenching and Racing with Carroll Shelby in the 1960s
Inside Shelby-American is champion sports car racer John Morton’s personal account of one of the most iconic sports car builders and racing teams of the 1960s. His story is intertwined with the memories of other Shelby staﬀers of the period, oﬀering through historic photography and an insider’s perspective the rousing story of America’s most legendary racer and car builder, Carroll Shelby.
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The Rise and Fall of America’s Last Independent Automaker
Patrick R. Foster This engaging book from one of America’s top automotive historians reveals the fascinating story of a US carmaker built from the remnants of America’s once-thriving independent auto industry. AMC went toe-to-toe with Detroit’s Big Three automakers, often besting them with innovative technology, before ﬁnally collapsing in the early 1980s. This is the complete story of America’s last independent auto company from its inception to its ultimate demise.
101 Projects for Your Porsche 911 996 and 997 1998–2008 Wayne R. Dempsey One of the best ways to deal with the cost of of maintaining a Porsche is to do it yourself. Created with the home mechanic in mind, this highly illustrated title oﬀers 101 step-by-step projects showing how to maintain, modify, and improve your late model 911. Focusing on the water cooled 996 and 997 models, this book presents all the necessary information, associated costs, and pitfalls to avoid when performing an array of projects.
Le Mans Legendary Race Cars 90 Years of Speed
Stuart Codling & James Mann Le Mans is one of the longest-running and most spectacular endurance races in the history of motorsport. From the ﬁrst 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1923 to the present day, Le Mans Legendary Race Cars takes the reader through a visual review of 90 years of signiﬁcant, stunning racing machines. Featured cars include racers from Bentley, Talbot, Alfa Romeo, Cunningham, Jaguar, Ferrari, Porsche, McLaren, and Audi, to name a few. Each featured car is supported by a proﬁle setting out its place in Le Mans history, accompanied by historical images and commentary from drivers, designers, and engineers. Specially commissioned studio photography from renowned motorsport photographer James Mann captures the art and engineering of these classic racing machines in splendid detail. Written by motor sports journalist and broadcaster Stuart Codling, Le Mans Legendary Race Cars oﬀers a fresh, visually breathtaking review of the beautiful vehicles that have battled in the world’s most beloved endurance race.
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q November 9780760343944 Hardback £20.00 256 pp 235x159 mm
Journalist and broadcaster Stuart Codling has worked in motorsports for over a decade, contributing to F1 Racing, Autosport, and Autocar. He is the author of Motorbooks’ Art of the Formula 1 Race Car. James Mann is one of the world’s leading car and motorcycle photographers, with more than 20 years of experience.
The Packers Experience A Year-by-Year Chronicle of the Green Bay Packers
Automotive Paint from Prep to Final Coat JoAnn Bortles
Hot Rod Garages Peter Vincent
The East Bay Dragons MC and the Black Biker Set
Before Rosa Parks took her historic bus ride, and before Martin Luther King Jr. campaigned for equal rights, there was a trailblazing group of AfricanAmerican bikers who earned respect in California’s rough and tumble motorcycleclub scene. In Soul on Bikes, East Bay Dragons Motorcycle Club founder Tobie Levingston recounts the rollicking tale of this revolutionary group: an all-black, all-Harley, all-chopper group of motorcyclists whose experience is an important untold portion of AfricanAmerican history.
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Automotive Paint: From Prep to Final Coat is the ﬁrst book to provide signiﬁcant detail regarding the new water-based automotive paints. Covering all the techniques necessary to get the great results your car deserves, from initial body panel preparation, to troubleshooting, application of the ﬁnal coat, and everything in between, this book is a one-stop reference to ensure any DIY automotive paint job is done right the ﬁrst time.
Acclaimed hot rod photographer and author Peter Vincent gives readers an intimate look inside the shops and garages of more than two dozen American rod and custom builders. The result is the next best thing to being there: a book that distils the nature of these spaces and the cars created within, with over 200 colour photographs, revealing the countless hours spent bringing these visions to fruition.
Indianapolis Colts Lew Freedman September 9780760343302 Hardback £20.00 224 pp 283x241 mm
New England Patriots New & Updated Edition Christopher Price September 9780760345139 Hardback £30.00 208 pp 283x241 mm
Denver Broncos New & Updated Edition Jim Saccomano September 9780760345337 Hardback £30.00 208 pp 283x241 mm
San Francisco 49ers Matt Maiocco September 9780760344736 Hardback £30.00 208 pp 283x241 mm
q Best Seat in the House Mark Rosen September 9780760345320 Paperback £14.99 304 pp 229x152 mm
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Soul on Bikes
Lew Freedman is an award-winning sportswriter and the author of 56 books, including illustrated histories of the Chicago Bears, New York Giants, and Pittsburgh Steelers.
q September 9780760344507 Hardback £25.00 272 pp 311x254 mm
q August 9780760344200 Paperback £20.00 224 pp 283x241 mm
q December 9780760342787 Paperback £30.00 320 pp 270x210 mm
q November 9780760345351 Paperback £12.99 288 pp 229x152 mm
The ultimate guide to the Green Bay Packers, The Packers Experience takes readers year by year through every single season of the franchise’s storied history from 1919. Lew Freedman describes each season’s key moments, and his stories are accompanied by detailed stats and glorious images. Additional feature articles highlight the legendary players and coaches who have made the Packers one of the most successful organizations in the NFL. Photos from the team’s history are accompanied by rare memorabilia and mementos, making this book the perfect keepsake for Packers fans of all generations and an essential addition to the NFL fan’s library.
Ben Marcus MVP BOOKS
In 365 Surfboards, surﬁng expert and writer Ben Marcus brings together the most important, most interesting, and most innovative surfboards the world has ever known. From the 12-foot long koa boards of ancient Hawaii to state of the art modern boards utilizing streamlined design for maximum speed and manoeuvrability, the surfboard has undergone numerous revolutions and advancements through the years. Pioneering riders and shapers — including Duke Kahanamoku and Tom Blake, Greg Noll and Hobie Alter, Kelly Slater and Al Merrick — have brought their own personal touches and insights to continually reﬁne and redeﬁne the ultimate tool for riding the waves. Each of the 365 featured boards are presented with 400 colour images and in depth descriptions to oﬀer a compelling and comprehensive history of the surfboard and the people, moments, and innovations that have revolutionized the sport.
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The Coolest, Raddest, Most Innovative Boards from Around the World
Ben Marcus grew up surﬁng the waves of Santa Cruz and Mailbu. He was formerly associate editor at Surfer magazine and still writes for Surfer, The Surfer’s Journal, and numerous other magazines. He is the author of The Surfboard, Surﬁng: An Illustrated History of the Coolest Sport of All Time, and Surﬁng & the Meaning of Life, among others.
August 9781592538324 Paperback £16.99 144 pp 216x216 mm
September 9781592537822 Paperback £16.99 136 pp 216x216 mm
October 9781592538157 Paperback £16.99 144 pp 216x216 mm
Creative Photography Lab
3D Art Lab for Kids
52 Fun Exercises for Developing Self Expression with Your Camera
Carla Sonheim Photographers, photo geeks, and anyone who’s ever snapped a shot will love the fun and creative photography exercises in this book. Each is designed to teach you something about your camera… and yourself. Whether armed with a Digital SLR or a phone camera, this book provides easy exercises to help deﬁne a personal photographic style, ﬁnd new ways of seeing, and capture amazing shots – as well as dealing with the technical stuﬀ.
52 Creative Exercises inspired by Artists, Materials, Time, Place, and Method
Deborah Forman This hands-on book is the latest in Quarry’s fullyillustrated Lab series, organized into 52 units promoting experimental techniques and ideas in painting which can be worked on in any order. Illustrated with brilliant full-colour images and multiple examples of each exercise, this book oﬀers a visual, non-linear approach to learning painting techniques, and reinforces a fun and fearless approach to creating art.
36 Hands-On Adventures in Sculpture and Mixed Media
Susan Schwake An inspiring collection of ideas and projects for encouraging an artistic spirit in children, 3D Art Lab for Kids includes 36 kid-friendly ﬁne art projects in paper, clay, textiles, sculpture, and jewellery. Each project is inspired by the work of a prominent artist and is illustrated with step-by-step full-colour photographs of the process as well as ﬁnished samples and variations.
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November 9780760345290 Paperback £14.99 304 pp 210x165 mm
November 9781592538706 Paperback £17.99 176 pp 254x203 mm
November 9781592538560 Paperback £17.99 144 pp 254x216 mm
November 9781592538713 Paperback £17.99 128 pp 254x216 mm
December 9781592538690 Paperback £18.99 176 pp 254x203 pp
December 9781592538577 Paperback £16.99 128 pp 216x229 mm
Playing with Image Transfers
Shooting with Soul
Learn to Weld
One Watercolor a Day
Techniques and Recipes for Making Sublime Doughnuts in Your Home Kitchen
A Fresh, Healthy, and Delicious Stepby-Step Guide to Sprouting Year Round
Exploring Creative Imagery for Use in Art, Mixed Media, and Design
52 Creative Photography Exercises Exploring Life, Beauty, and Self-Expression
With step-by-step tutorials on making this most popular of treats, Homemade Doughnuts shows the basics of doughnut making, baking techniques, and practical problem-solving tactics. Homemade Doughnuts includes variations from across the world, as well as healthy options using whole grain ﬂours, instructions on how to make baked rather than fried doughnuts, and how to use fresh fruits and spices to make fresh and creative treats.
Sprouts are the ultimate in local food – harvested no further away than your kitchen counter, they are fresh, delicious, and versatile. This complete guide shows how to choose the right sprouter for you and the techniques to use it to grow a wide variety of sprouts, including wheatgrass, leafy greens, and more. Enjoy them on their own, or discover a variety of serving suggestions from salads to soups to juices.
Playing with Image Transfers is a beautiful and practical book covering the four main image transfer methods: Packing Tape, Solvent, Medium, and Acrylic transfers, highlighting basic methods and oﬀering projects across a range of interests and applications. With guidance on transferring to a range of surfaces as well a varied range of decorative projects and an inspirational gallery, this is the perfect book to get your creative juices ﬂowing.
Shooting with Soul teaches successful photography methods through 52 unique and reﬂective prompts and exercises. By putting deep thought and feeling into the process and focussing on personal exploration and autobiographical information, you will become able to create images that are infused with soul and connect you with your viewers more deeply, whether they are friends and family, a professional art audience, or followers of a blog or website.
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Beginning MIG Welding and Metal Fabrication Basics
Stephen Blake Christena Master MIG welding and the metal fabrication techniques you need to repair, create, and duplicate projects in your home welding studio. Learn to Weld starts with the basics: setting up your studio, welding safety, and essential equipment and materials. With the help of step-by-step metalworking photos and tutorials, as well as detailed techniques and projects, you will learn the essential skills of cutting and grinding joinery using a MIG welder.
A 6-week Course Exploring Creativity Using Watercolor, Pattern, and Design
Veronica Lawlor This enchanting art book contains six weeks’ worth of daily watercolour paintings and exercises to help you cultivate your imagination and develop your style. Each brings a new painting by one of eight professional illustrators and includes a description of the work, helpful comments by the artist, and a companion exercise that encourages you to put brush to paper to create your own works of art.
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October 9781592538454 Paperback £16.99 176 pp 176x203 mm
January 9781592538843 Hardback £17.99 144 pp 254x216 mm
January 9781592538850 Paperback £12.99 128 pp 254x216 mm
November 9781592538867 Paperback £12.99 128 pp 254x216 mm
January 9781592538942 Hardback £16.99 176 pp 210x222 mm
January 9781592538928 Hardback £16.99 176 pp 260x222 mm
The Home Brewer’s Guide to Vintage Beer
The Jewelry Maker’s Design Book: An Alchemy of Objects
20 Ways to Draw a Dress and 44 Other Fabulous Fashions and Accessories
20 Ways to Draw The Artisan a Tulip and 44 Food Other Fascinating Entrepreneur Proﬁles in Passion Flowers
Techniques and Design Notes for One-of-akind Jewelry Pieces
A Sketchbook for Artists, Designers, and Doodlers
This book includes an overview of the tools and materials you’ll need to get started in jewellery design, as well as a reference section that outlines important techniques. Informative sidebars share tips and design notes that discuss the design elements in the piece; colours, shapes, textures, and what works in the piece and why.
This latest addition to the 20 Ways to Draw series focuses speciﬁcally on drawing and sketching fashion. Each spread features 20 inspiring illustrations of a single fashion item, with blank space for you to draw your own. The stylized items are simpliﬁed, modernized, and reduced to the most basic elements – the building blocks of any item you want to draw.
Rediscovered Recipes for Classic Brews Dating from 1800 to 1950
Ronald Pattinson Discover timeless recipes, and information and proﬁles on beers that made history between 1800 and 1950. Each chapter delves into a diﬀerent style of beer: porter, stout, pale ale, and more, and explores the history of each style with recipes representative of the period. Whether you choose to adapt the recipes to suit your palette or recreate them, you’ll bring history to life with each brew you make.
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A Sketchbook for Artists, Designers, and Doodlers
Lisa Congdon This addition to the 20 Ways to Draw series is ﬁlled with 900 inspiring, modern drawings of tulips, roses, dahlias, snap dragons, zinnias, and much, much more, with blank space for you to draw your own individual take. The stylized items are simpliﬁed, modernized, and reduced to the building blocks of any item you want to draw.
Jo Packham Join an artisan food journey with thirty of the top ‘foodie’ entrepreneurs in the industry. Chapter by chapter, you’ll be carried away with beautiful photography, delicious recipes, and inspiring stories from restaurant owners, farmers, beekeepers, bakers, and more, whilst gaining valuable advice for your own business. This wonderful collection is sure to nourish your body and your soul with over thirty recipes that you will want to make again and again.
Quilters, Their Studios, Their Stories & Their Quilts Jo Packham This book includes beautiful photography of thirty quilting studios and spotlights the most important aspects of the world of quilting, including cutting tables, fabric and supply storage, quilt display treatments, and more. You’ll also discover the personal story of some of the best quilters in the industry, telling of their journey with quilting, along with their favourite personally-designed quilt patterns or their favourite pattern.
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January 9781592538829 Spiral Bound £17.99 160 pp 197x146 mm
DIY Dog Grooming, From Puppy Cuts to Best in Show will show you how to take the best care of your dog, regardless of breed, temperament, or age, without the expense and hassle of a professional groomer. Practical stepby-step photos explain everything you need to know about how to bathe, trim and care for your dog, simply and safely.
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From dough to delicious, this book is sure to inspire home chefs in the timeless tradition of pizza making. This easy-to-navigate book is a complete curriculum for making your own pizza using a regular home oven. Level 1 contains lessons on how to make diﬀerent crusts, sauces and toppings. Level 2 introduces you to the Italian standards; level 3 explores creative innovations and level 4 inspires you to design your own pizza.
February 9781592538904 Hardback £16.99 144 pp 254x216 mm
August 9781592335701 Card Deck £12.99 50 cards 149x111 mm
September 9781592335749 Paperback £14.99 144 pp 222x165 mm
September 9781592335930 Paperback £16.99 272 pp 254x203 mm
Oral Sex Deck
The Little Book of Kink
Oral Sex You’ll Never Forget
Sexy Secrets for Thrilling Over-theEdge Pleasure
Toe-Curling Techniques and Positions for Him and Her
Projects for Mothers and Daughters to Do Together
Cindy Ann Ganaden Explore and nurture your mother daughter bond and create a keepsake that you’ll cherish forever with Just Us Girls. This highly-illustrated craft and activity book includes 48 projects to make together for every season of the year. Many projects incorporate upcycled materials, objects from nature, and simple home ingredients. This book also includes a tear-out materials page to jump start your creativity, and space to store drawings, photos, and keepsakes.
50 His & Her Tongue Techniques for ToeCurling Ecstasy
Beverly Cummings While other books require you to learn an entire approach or set up a whole scenario, The Oral Sex Deck has a pick-up-andplay approach. Simply pull a card, learn a great technique quickly, and use it on your partner tonight for mind-blowing pleasure. Illustrated with sexy photography and illustrations, you’ll learn how to tease and please multiple hot spots and yield amazing orgasms.
Jessica O’Reilly Popular sexologist Jessica O’Reilly shows how to take sex from nice to naughty with techniques for hotter blow jobs, mind-blowingly orgasmic positions, exciting bondage and sensation play, and hot role-playing scenarios. With speciﬁc scenarios and techniques for each activity, including props, dialogue and mind-play, there’s every opportunity to make the experience as hot as possible. Make your fantasies a reality with help from The Little Book of Kink!
Sonia Borg Oral Sex You’ll Never Forget goes beyond Oral 101 to oﬀer step-by-step fellatio and cunnilingus techniques that will bring your lover to his or her knees… and a few other mind-blowing positions. Learn mouth and tongue techniques, unusual positions that bring a new twist to oral pleasure, and scenarios and setting suggestions that take even the most basic blow job over the top.
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Kitchen Just Us Girls Workshop – Pizza 48 Creative Art
DIY Dog Grooming, From Puppy Cuts to Best in Show Everything You Need to Know, Step by Step
q February 9781592538836 Paperback £17.99 160 pp 216x216 mm
Hands-on Cooking Lessons for Making Amazing Pizza at Home
q February 9781592538881 Paperback £16.99 208 pp 235x191 mm
January 9781592335916 Paperback £14.99 144 pp 222x165 mm
Emily Dubberley QUIVER
Spontaneous sex can be hot, intense, and incredibly satisfying. Whether you are a new couple who can’t keep your hands oﬀ each other or married with kids, quickies are the perfect way to stoke your libido, beat predictability, and add another dimension of excitement. Quick sex doesn’t have to be less satisfying – it just requires some mindblowing techniques for getting it on fast and good. Mindblowing Mornings, Naughty Nooners, and Wild Nights to the rescue! Try morning quickies, nooners, and nights and learn how to master quick hand jobs, oral techniques, and positions. Whether you’re looking to bring yourself (or your partner) to climax fast – or create a teaser for a longer session later, each technique will show you how to create excitement and satisfaction in minutes. Also available in an easy-to-use deck format that makes it fun to try new techniques; with the pull of a card, you’ll be on your way to fast, yet fabulous sex.
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A Couple’s Round-the-Clock Guide to Sizzling Quickies – Right Here, Right Now!
Mindblowing Mornings, Naughty Nooners and Wild Nights
Emily Dubberley is a British author and journalist specialising in sex and relationships. She founded women’s sex website Cliterati in 2001 and has written for publications including More, New Woman, Elle, Men’s Health, Forum, the Guardian, Penthouse and Glamour.
September 9781937994310 Slipcased £25.00 800 pp 251x175 mm
September 9781937994303 Slipcased £25.00 1200 pp 251x175 mm
September 9781937994105 Hardback £16.99 192 pp 260x210 mm
Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales Jacob Grimm & Wilhelm Grimm
The Complete Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Origami Masters: Bugs Marcio Noguchii
A truly complete collection of fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm, including favourites such as Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella and many more. Featuring over 800 pages as well as clothbinding, ribbon marker and an elegant slipcase, this book is accompanied by 40 colour plates and 60 black and white illustrations from awardwinning English illustrator Arthur Rackham, whose books and prints are now highly sought-after collectibles.
For Sherlock Holmes fans worldwide, this stunning gift edition has a full cloth binding, ribbon marker, and is packaged in an elegant slipcase. Featuring a foreword from renowned Holmes scholar, Daniel Stashower, The Complete Sherlock Holmes contains every known Sherlock Holmes tale ever written. From Holmes’ ﬁrst appearance in ‘A Study in Scarlet/ (1887) and The Hound of the Baskervilles (1901–1902), this deluxe edition boasts the entire Holmes catalogue.
Originating in Japan in the early 1990s, origami insects have become an increasingly complex and challenging ﬁeld for origami artists. This book both describes the original challenges that stretched the art and also includes 12 original origami bug projects (including one master-level project) designed by some of the most talented origami artists from around the world. Each project comes complete with detailed step-by-step instructions, diagrams and colour photography to aid readers in construction.
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RACE POINT PUBLISHING
Card Deck £12.99 52 cards 149x111 mm
Glam Nail Studio Tips to Create Salon Perfect Nails
Amber-Elizabeth Stores Celebrity manicurist Amber Elizabeth Stores brings the salon straight to your living room in this graphic, information-packed guidebook. The ‘Queen of Shellac’ provides a wealth of information on maintaining nail health, essential equipment, and a comprehensive guide to creating your own nail art to studio standard, covering colour, shape and ‘not-so-basic’ treatments. The grand ﬁnale is a collection of stunning, fashionable photography showing oﬀ an array of nail art inspiration.
New York-based Amber Elizabeth Stores is a fashion force to be reckoned with. The ’Queen of Shellac’ is world-renowned for her impeccable manicures and pedicures, specializing in realistic extensions, intricate nail art, airbrush eﬀects, and more. Her client list includes Florence Welch, Nicky Minaj and a host of fashion luminaries.
October 9781937994198 Hardback £20.00 224 pp 311x235 mm
October 9781937994204 Hardback £18.99 288 pp 273x222 mm
October 9781937994136 Hardback £18.99 224 pp 260x210 mm
October 9781937994242 Hardback £16.99 224 pp 216x165 mm
The World’s Best Asian Noodle Recipes
A First Course in Wine
The Art of the Handbag
From Grape to Glass
125 Great Recipes from Top Chefs
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Kirsten Hall Full of delicious, healthy dishes, this book includes the best of the best noodle recipes from notable restaurants around the world. Alongside stepby-step instructions, beautiful photography illustrates the ﬁnished recipes. From soups and salads to main courses, snacks and desserts, this is an inspiring selection of traditional recipes and inventive interpretations of noodles from famous restaurants like the Ember Room, Jum Mum, Rouge et Blanc, Koh, and dozens more.
Life is too short for wine you won’t enjoy. A First Course in Wine will help beginners interpret wine labels, identify ﬂavours, and inspire conﬁdence whether in the supermarket or reading the wine list in a restaurant. Also included is advice for pairing foods with wine, a wine term glossary and pronunciation guide, and a host of helpful diagrams and colour photography. With a foreword from Mario Batali.
RACE POINT PUBLISHING
Humanity has only relatively recently begun to understand the workings of the sun, only 4.5 billion years since it came into existence. Our Sun is a comprehensive, easy-to-understand guide to everything we know about our closest star. Illustrated with stunning pictures from NASA’s newly-launched Solar Dynamics Observatory, Our Sun reveals the science behind the sun, traces its impact on human history, and reveals its growing importance to our future.
Crazy Beautiful Bags
October 9781937994297 Hardback £16.99 160 pp 286x222 mm
Ever since the reticule came into style after the French Revolution, women have been attached to their handbags. Whether you’re a woman of leisure who wants a tiny bag to carry a lipstick, comb, and mirror or a working woman who needs a satchel to hold your cell phone, e-reader, laptop, water bottle, makeup, lunch, and whatever else you need in the course of a long day, you’re sure to be enchanted by the variety of bags featured in this lavishly illustrated book. These crazy beautiful bags are the perfect accents and dream handbags for every wardrobe – from Judith Leiber’s sculpted, crystal-studded metal ‘minaudières’ to Kathleen Dustin’s exquisite ‘Rose Bud’ wrist. With a showcase gallery of 25 contemporary handbag designers, The Art of the Handbag features over 100 artful creations.
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Biography of a Star
q October 9781937994266
The Anatomy of Steampunk The Fashion of Victorian Futurism
Slipcased £30.00 384 pp 273x222 mm
Pink Floyd Behind the Wall
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October 9781937994259 Hardback £25.00 240 pp 279x241 mm
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With a music career spanning nearly half a century, Pink Floyd is one of the most successful rock bands in history. With more than 250 million album sales to their credit, the band remains hugely popular worldwide, and was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2006. In this complete illustrated history of Pink Floyd from 1965 until today, author and journalist Hugh Fielder gets ‘behind the wall’ and recounts the band’s entire history, their recordings, and provides a complete discography. Readers will discover stories behind the band’s formation, recordings, and tours, as well as the bitter disputes, both public and private. Complemented with more than 250 images, including live performance and candid oﬀ-stage photographs, as well as rare memorabilia, this is the book that every Floyd fan needs.
London-born journalist and author Mat Snow is the award-winning former editor of the world-renowned music magazine Mojo. A Beatles nut since age four, he has interviewed Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr as well as a host of rock royalty.
Beatles Solo The Illustrated Chronicles of John, Paul, George, and Ringo after the Beatles
Mat Snow They were a phenomenon together and a fascination apart. The Beatles as a group released 12 studio albums in eight years. As solo artists, however, they have released a collective 70 LPs and 900 songs since 1968. Never before have the Fab Four been covered like this: masterpieces and missteps, triumphs and tragedies, moments of clarity and serious lapses in judgment – they’re all here. From George Harrison’s lush Wonderwall (the shot that launched the postBeatles era), to the Plastic Ono Band, Wings, the Traveling Wilburys, The Firemen, Ringo’s hit singles and All-Starr Bands and more. An examination of their individual musical catalogues, their ﬁlm careers, and their personal lives far and away from the studio are all covered for Beatles fans to enjoy. This stunning gift set contains four beautifully illustrated books – one for each Beatle – covering their lives since they broke up in 1969. Jam-packed with nearly 400 pages, 200 photos, quotes, lyrics, and memorabilia, and all packaged in an elegant slipcase, this is a must-have gift item for the Beatle-lover in your life.
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Steampunk fashion is hotter than ever with top-name designers (Anna Sui, Prada, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Balenciaga) incorporating Victorian-inspired fashion into their latest cutting-edge designs. The Anatomy of Steampunk is an inspirational fashion sourcebook, loaded with stunning photography, tips and ideas from steampunk-styled corsets and gloves to retrofuturistic dresses and mechanical jewellery. Organized into a range of steampunk looks, from ‘The Aristocrat’ to ‘The Explorer’ and beyond, The Anatomy of Steampunk is ﬁlled with inspiration and DIY tips for transforming your ordinary, everyday clothing into a sizzling steampunk wardrobe. Featuring nearly 200 colour photos and a preface by Diana M. Pho (known in the steampunk community as Ay-leen, the Peacemaker), author of the steampunk blog, Beyond Victoriana, this fashion sourcebook is an absolute must-have for steampunks everywhere.
A Whovian’s Guide to Friends, Foes, Villains, Monsters, and Companions to the Good Doctor
Cameron K. McEwan
Brian J. Robb is a New York Times/Sunday Times bestselling author and has written extensively on fantasy, science-ﬁction and ﬁlm. Paul Simpson has written oﬃcial guides to a number of TV series and ﬁlms adaptations including The Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy and Wallace & Gromit.
The Who’s Who of Doctor Who
November 9781937994709 Paperback £20.00 224 pp 248x210 mm
The Who’s Who of Doctor Who is the musthave handbook exploring the dynamic cast of characters in Doctor Who over the past half century. With a heavy focus on the past three doctors, including Matt Smith, author Cameron K. McEwan will explore the tumultuous relationships between characters, their loyalties, and of course, how they collide with each doctor. Just like his popular blog, Blogtor Who, author McEwan will also include his popular ‘Top 10’ lists citing the characters’ best and worst moments through the years. Also includes a Doctor Who Family Tree and charts citing monster success rate and other notable character events. Author and popular blogger, Cameron K. McEwan, frequently interviews the Doctor Who actors and attends conventions and press events. He works alongside the BBC, BBC Worldwide, and BBC America.
The Ultimate Guitar Course From Zero to Hero in a Lesson a Day
Brian J. Robb & Paul Simpson
The Ultimate Guitar Course is the ideal instructional for beginners who are looking to start playing a few chords from day one. Includes an illustrated book with over 200 images, a laminated guitar chord wall chart, and a CD-ROM all in a slick and easy-to-carry portfolio. The book is composed of self-contained one-page lessons with easy-to-follow instructions as well as clear photos illustrating correct hand placement. The guitar chord chart is an easy reference guide to check while you work yourself up from playing 1- and 2-chord songs. And ﬁnally, access the CD-ROM in your portfolio which includes a complete set of audio backing tracks for you to practice and test yourself.
The painstakingly crafted world that J.R.R. Tolkien created for The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, and The Silmarillion is so vivid that it’s easy to brieﬂy imagine Middle-earth as a real place. The richly imagined vistas of Middle-earth have left many artists and fans worldwide imagining what it would look and feel like to inhabit such a wildly inspired world. Middle-earth Envisioned is the ﬁrst book to explore the artistic legacy left by Tolkien’s world. Paintings, drawings, theatrical performances, radio serials, and ﬁlms inspired by The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings are all discussed in a manner that further illuminates the brilliance of Tolkien’s creation. Readers will discover details surrounding an attempted Beatles live-action version (with Paul McCartney as Frodo Baggins), a nearly four-hour Canadian musical, the West End production of Lord of the Rings, and of course, the Peter Jackson ﬁlms – including the Hobbit trilogy – and much more. In this beautifully illustrated gift book, discover the richness of Middle-earth anew, through the works of the artists inspired by it.
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The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings: On Screen, On Stage, and Beyond
January 9781937994334 Hardback & CD £19.00 144 pp 286x222 mm
Rod Fogg is a musician, teacher, and author. He is co-author of the Django Reinhardt and Eddie Van Halen books in the Fretmaster series (Backbeat Books), and has authored a number of other books on the electric guitar.
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October 9781937994273 Hardback £25.00 216 pp 311x260 mm
October 9781592538065 Paperback £30.00 224 pp 254x203 mm
October 9781592538591 Paperback £25.00 320 pp 229x229 mm
October 9781592538720 Paperback £35.00 272 pp 254x203 mm
November 9781592538775 Hardback £50.00 276 pp 311x235 mm
December 9781592538607 Hardback £30.00 192 pp 229x229 mm
Best Practices for Graphic Designers, Packaging Grip
Design for Information: Principles in Context
1,000 Food Art and Styling Ideas
The Best of News Design 34th Edition Society for News Design
Paper & Ink Workshop
The Best of News Design 34th Edition, the latest edition in Rockport’s highly respected series, presents the winning entries from the Society for News Design’s 2013 competition. Bold, fullcolour layouts feature the best-of-the-best in news, features, portfolios, visuals, and more, and each entry is accompanied by insightful commentary on the elements that made the piece a standout winner. Every industry professional aspires to see their work in this book one day.
Best Practices for Graphic Designers, Packaging takes you through the entire packaging process from strategy and concept development, through choosing the right materials, naming systems, studying the competition, surveying the shelf landscape and more. This informative guide to all things packaging covers each step of implementation in packaging design, utilizing a variety of case studies and examples, including practical real-world information about client and vendor interaction.
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An Introduction to the Histories, Theories, and Best Practices Behind Effective Information Visualizations
Isabel Meirelles Learn the ins and outs of data visualization with this informative book that provides you with a series of current visualization case studies. The visualizations discussed are analyzed for their design principles and methods, providing valuable critical and analytical tools to further develop design projects.
Mouth Watering Food Presentations from Chefs, Photographers, and Bloggers from Around the Globe
Ari Bendersky Whether you’re a food photographer or a food lover, this book is sure to inspire you to create visually stunning dishes, with over 1,000 examples of the best food art presentations from around the world. From Italy to China to the United States, the photos highlight the best food art presentations each country has to oﬀer, submitted by professional photographers, food stylists, chefs, and food bloggers.
An Exploration of Marvelous Marks, Insightful Essays, and Revealing Reviews
Von Glitschka This new addition to the Design: series is an inspirational resource for everyone involved in logo design. Design: Logo showcases over 300 eye-catching logo designs chosen by two leading identity designers. In addition to being an inspirational guide, this book also includes ‘Close Ups’, in which the authors dissect 20 projects and point out the details that make each so successful, and ﬁve insightful essays by prominent logo designers.
Printmaking Techniques Using a Variety of Methods and Materials Here you will ﬁnd tools that you can use to immediately improve your skill set, ﬁnd inspiration, and learn how to successfully create a range of hand-printed items yourself. We’ll take you behind the scenes with many of the world’s leading creatives, as they show you how they brought their prints to life using silk-screening, letterpress, woodblock, and equal parts inspiration and elbow grease.
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September 9781592538133 Paperback £30.00 192 pp 229x171 mm
January 9781592538782 Hardback £55.00 528 pp 306x227 mm
January 9781592538799 Hardback £40.00 220 pp 305x229 mm
January 9781592538805 Paperback £40.00 296 pp 306x229 mm
January 9781592538812 Slipcased £110.00 928 pp 305x229 mm
February 9781592538768 Hardback £50.00 344 pp 305x229 mm
Playing with Sketches
One Show, Volume 35 The One Club
One Show Design, Volume 7 The One Club
One Show Interactive, Volume XVI The One Club
One Show Boxed Set, 2013 Awards The One Club
One Show Design, Volume 7 features all of the winners from the 2013 One Show Design competition. With categories including brand and corporate identity, package, environmental and broadcast design from iconic brands, this new annual features the best in design from all over the world. With full-colour images, this book also includes lively text from the creatives explaining the inspiration behind each piece.
Among the winners in this year’s 2013 One Show Interactive Awards, you’ll ﬁnd work that inspires, entertains, and continually pushes the boundary between the real and virtual realms. One Show Interactive, Volume XVI showcases the best of this past year’s winners from around the world. With more than 1,200 four-color images in a lush package, One Show Interactive, Volume XVI is an important reference source for creatives, producers, and students alike.
48th Publication Design Annual Society of Publication Designers
50 Creative Exercises for Designers and Artists
Playing with Sketches is a hands-on, fun approach to exploring drawing principles. Based on the philosophy of learning through play, this book features creative, adaptable ideas, and numerous examples of designers’ and artists’ responses to each exercise. With over 25 contributors, from high-proﬁle designers, illustrators and artists to talented graduate students, you will see work that will walk you step-bystep through a process or inspire by example.
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Great advertising and design can make the world stop and think. It can make people listen. And, sometimes it can even change a person’s life. Considered by many to be the benchmark in advertising annuals, this edition of One Show celebrates the best in advertising and design, featuring the very best from the 2013 One Show and One Show Design contests with over 1600 colour images and additional material.
The One Show Boxed Set is a deluxe edition including all three volumes of the One Show annuals: Advertising, Interactive and Design, in a beautiful slipcased package. Includes: One Show, Volume 35; One Show Interactive, Volume XV; and One Show Design, Volume 7.
Judged by a worldwide panel of top designers, the 48th edition of Rockport’s best-selling SPD annuals celebrates the journalists, editorial directors, photographers, and other talented individuals who brought events of the year 2013 to our doorsteps and computer screens. Stunning full-page layouts present everything from products to people, and objects to events, in ways that make each palpable and unforgettable.
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q December 9781592538614 Paperback £30.00 192 pp 229x229 mm
October 9780760344798 Hardback £25.00 192 pp 283x241 mm
North American Railroad Family Trees An Infographic History of the Industry’s Mergers and Evolution
q October 9780760344880 Hardback £30.00 160 pp 286x222 mm
Route 66 Treasures
The Complete Story of Quentin Tarantino’s Masterpiece
Featuring Rare Facsimile Memorabilia from America’s Mother Road
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When Pulp Fiction was released in cinemas in 1994, it was immediately hailed as a masterpiece. The New York Times called it a ‘triumphant, cleverly disorienting journey’, and thirty-one-year-old Quentin Tarantino was touted as the next great American director. Nearly twenty years later, those who proclaimed Pulp Fiction an instant classic have been proven irrefutably right. In Pulp Fiction: The Complete Story of Quentin Tarantino’s Masterpiece, ﬁlm expert Jason Bailey explores why Pulp Fiction is such a brilliant and inﬂuential ﬁlm. He discusses how the movie was revolutionary in its use of dialogue, time structure, and cinematography – and how it completely transformed the industry and artistry of independent cinema. He examines Tarantino’s inﬂuences, illuminates the ﬁlm’s pop culture references, and describes its legacy. Much like the contents of Marcellus Wallace’s briefcase, Pulp Fiction is mysterious and spectacular. This book explains why. Illustrated throughout with original art inspired by the ﬁlm, with sidebars and special features on everything from casting close calls to deleted scenes, this is the most comprehensive, in-depth book on Pulp Fiction ever published.
October 9780760344897 Hardback £25.00 64 pp 222x286 mm
It’s been more than half a century since Route 66 functioned as a major cross-country thoroughfare, but following its displacement by the U.S. Interstate system in the 1950s, advertising ephemera used to promote Route 66 motels, diners, souvenir shops, and the road itself became highly sought-after collectibles. In Route 66 Treasures, author Jim Hinckley’s unique new look at the road examines it through the lens of those promotional and advertising eﬀorts, going so far as to include 15 pieces of removable facsimile memorabilia – including diner menus, cocktail napkins, paper coasters, window decals, postcards, brochures, and more – each enclosed in its own vellum envelope. Hinckley’s chronological history provides a richly illustrated and thoughtful review of Route 66 promotion through the decades in each of the eight states through which it travels.
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Jason Bailey is the ﬁlm editor at Flavorwire and a ﬁlm expert who has written for the Atlantic, Slate, Salon, the Village Voice, and many other publications. He saw Pulp Fiction six times during its initial theatrical release.
The history of railroading in North America is as much a story of boardroom intrigue as it is a story of the brute force that stamped thousands of miles of train track across a rugged continent. Today’s nine U.S. and Canadian Class I railroads are the result of well over a century of convoluted bankruptcies, mergers, acquisitions, and expansions. North American Railroad Family Trees marks the ﬁrst time this major aspect of railroad history has been presented in a clear, graphic format. In these pages, renowned rail author Brian Solomon takes a visual and chronological approach, presenting 50 ‘family trees’ describing the development of the railways from the 1890s to the present day, alongside maps, rare photography and period advertising to lend historical context.
q November 9780760345214 Hardback £25.00 192 pp 283x241 mm
Martin Popoﬀ has been described as the world’s most famous heavy metal journalist. He has penned more than 40 books on hard rock, heavy metal, and record collecting.
Includes contributions from Charles Cross, Gillian Gaar, Bob Gendron, Alan di Perna, Mark Yarm, Andrew Earles, Jim DeRogatis and more.
The Complete Illustrated History
The Complete Illustrated History
In this book, the ﬁrst complete illustrated treatment of the band, acclaimed heavy metal journalist Martin Popoﬀ leads a roster of respected heavy metal writers to take on Metallica’s entire history, analysing each of the group’s ten studio albums (including 2011’s LuLu collaboration with Lou Reed) and providing a complete discography. More than 300 images complement extensive stories of the band: their formative years spent in the clubs of Los Angeles, tragedies like the death of founding bassist Cliﬀ Burton, the triumphs of multiple platinum recordings, personnel changes like the departures of Dave Mustaine and Jason Newsted, and tours covering the world over. Live-performance and candid oﬀ-stage photographs are accompanied by a stunning selection of memorabilia, including gig posters, concert tees, picture sleeves, backstage passes, badges, ticket stubs, and more. Following the same critically acclaimed, high-quality format as Voyageur Press’ previous books on Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Queen, Iron Maiden, and others, this is the authoritative tribute to one of history’s most successful and admired heavy metal bands.
Nirvana formed in 1987, released their ﬁrst LP in 1989, and unintentionally tore the music world asunder two years later with the video and single for ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’. Nirvana, with their charity-shop clothes and pawnshop guitars, represented a much-needed return to punk-inspired rock in the face of a musical landscape dominated by vapid hair metal acts. A meteoric rise followed, attended by all of the predictable professional and personal pitfalls. Two and half years after the release of ‘Teen Spirit’, leader Kurt Cobain, age 27, killed himself and the ride was over. Coinciding with the twentieth anniversary of their ﬁnal LP, Nirvana: The Complete Illustrated History is the ﬁrst to treat fans to a stylishly designed illustrated biography of the band. Over 300 images including performance and oﬀ-stage photography and memorabilia complement a narrative detailing the band’s tumultuous history, as well as sidebar album reviews, gear breakdowns, and mini synopses of Cobain’s 50 all-time favourite albums. Here, ﬁnally, is the book that breaks that history down and presents it from an objective perspective.
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November 9780760344828 Hardback £25.00 192 pp 283x241 mm
The Great Northeast Brewery Tour Tap Into the Best Craft Breweries in New England and the Mid-Atlantic That You Must Visit
November 9780760344385 Paperback £25.00 240 pp 270x210 mm
November 9780760344842 Hardback £30.00 240 pp 283x241 mm
January 9780760344484 Paperback £18.99 256 pp 229x178 mm
Electric Guitar Repair
Waxed Up Hair and Painted Shoes: The Photographic History
How to Set Up, Fix and Maintain Your Guitar for Top Playing Condition
The Life & Times of the World’s Greatest Guitar & Its Players
The Replacements were the darlings of 1980s rock critics and, by all accounts, would have been much more commercially successful if not for their penchant for self-sabotage. In addition to rare photography of the band at their self-deprecating, adolescent, booze-fuelled best, this book features the classic images of the band, as well as a selection of memorabilia gathered from collectors around the USA, and essays on the band’s development and demise.
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Will Kelly In Electric Guitar Repair, acclaimed guitar builder and Vintage Guitar (US) magazine columnist Will Kelly imparts decades of know-how, providing a comprehensive how-to guide for electric guitar enthusiasts looking to keep their instruments in top playing condition. Equally suitable for beginners and seasoned musicians, each procedure is illustrated with a series of full-colour step-by-step photographs designed to help take the guesswork out of routine maintenance and repairs.
Recipes from America’s Top Brewmasters
Dave Hunter In this authoritatively written and gloriously presented tribute to the 60-year-old Fender Stratocaster, author Dave Hunter covers this iconic guitar’s history from concept, design, and model launch through its numerous variations and right up to the present. Archive images of Stratocasters and their players in action, studio shots of varied vintage and provenance, and memorabilia are presented alongside 30 proﬁles of inﬂuential guitarists who made the Strat their own.
January 9780760344743 Paperback £17.99 240 pp 260x222 mm
As the craft beer craze continues to sweep the nation, more and more people are deciding to try their hand at creating their own perfect brew. Craft Beer for the Homebrewer is designed for the craft beer lover who also happens to be a homebrew enthusiast, presenting dozens of recipes adapted by craft brewmasters for the homebrewer to make in their own kitchen, basement, garage, or patio. Based on the actual production beers from featured microbreweries, these recipes cover the entire range of beer styles: ambers and pales, IPAs, stouts and porters, Irish and Scottish ales, Belgians, and wheat beers. Each recipe is accompanied by full-colour photography, an ingredient list, instructions for both the mash and extract brewer, and historical and anecdotal notes about the brewery that provided it.
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Craft Beer for the Homebrewer
November 9780760345238 Hardback £25.00 160 pp 286x222 mm
In The Great Northeast Brewery Tour, beer expert Ben Keene introduces readers to sixty of the most incredible breweries in New England and the Mid-Atlantic, including Allagash Brewing in Portland, Maine, Smuttynose Brewing Company in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Harpoon Brewery in Boston and many more. Brewery proﬁles include interesting facts about each brewery and its history, along with useful practical information like directions, nearby accommodation, and local dining options that highlight craft beer. Spectacular full-colour photography accompanies each proﬁle, and sidebars throughout the text provide supplementary information on tasting methods, beer styles, and more. The Great Northeast Brewery Tour is an ideal resource for anyone interested in beer, whether you’re planning a trip across the Northeast or simply curious to learn more about the region’s innovative beer scene.
Learn to Draw Angry Birds Space Learn to Draw All Your Favorite Angry Birds and Those Bad Piggies – in Space!
How To Raise Horses Daniel Johnson January 9780760345269 £14.99 192 pp 260x184 mm
How to Raise Pigs Philip Hasheider January 9780760345252 Paperback £14.99 192 pp 260x184 mm
How to Raise Sheep Philip Hasheider January 9780760345245 Paperback £14.99 192 pp 260x184 mm
How to Raise Rabbits Samantha Johnson January 9780760345276 Paperback £14.99 192 pp 260x184 mm
A National Audubon Society Licensed Product. Audubon is a trademark of National Audubon Society, Inc.
Walter Foster Creative Team
September 9781600583681 Paperback £6.99 64 pp 279x216 mm
In Learn to Draw Angry Birds Space, fans of the growing franchise will learn to draw all of the Angry Birds Space characters in their updated style from the Space edition of the game – including new names, outﬁts, and special features. Each drawing lesson begins with a basic shape, such as a circle or an oval, with each step building upon the previous and progressing to a ﬁnished ﬁnal colour artwork. Brief character proﬁles introduce readers to the Space names and features of their favorite birds and pigs, while a size chart helps aspiring artists capture accurate proportions.
The Audubon Birdhouse Book Margaret A. Barker November 9780760342206 Paperback £17.99 160 pp 279x216 mm
How to Draw Grimm’s Dark Tales, Fables & Folklore Unlock the Mysteries of Drawing and Painting the Dark Characters of Fables, Legends, and Lore
September 9781600583650 Paperback £12.99 128 pp 296x222 mm
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How to Draw Grimm’s Dark Tales, Fables & Folklore guides artists through the process of drawing, painting, and digitally illustrating the dark and mysterious characters of legend and lore – good and bad. Beginning with information on the necessary tools and materials, artists will learn basic drawing concepts and techniques for achieving proper proportion and perspective, shading, creating volume, and rendering such textures as skin, hair, fur, and fabric. A variety of step-by-step projects provide clear, easy-tounderstand instructions for drawing edgy, wellrecognized characters, including the Big Bad Wolf, Rumpelstiltskin, Snow White, a sinister witch, and many more. Along the way, art tips and techniques provide insight and inspiration to enhance the learning process.
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Classic Locomotives Brian Solomon September 9780760345283 Paperback £16.99 560 pp 210x165 mm
© 2009 – 2013 Rovio Entertainment Ltd. Angry Birds and Rovio are trademarks of Rovio Entertainment Ltd. All rights reserved.
The Art of Cartooning & Illustration Learn Techniques for Drawing and Illustrating More Than 100 Cartoon Characters, Poses, and Expressions
November 9781600583728 Paperback £12.99 144 pp 297x222 mm
November 9781600583605 Paperback £6.99 64 pp 241x265 mm
January 9781600583636 Paperback £14.99 144 pp 296x222 mm
All About Drawing Farm & Forest Animals
Creative Illustration & Beyond
Learn to Draw More Than 40 Barnyard Animals and Wildlife Critters Step-by-Step
Inspiring Tips, Techniques, and Ideas for Transforming Doodled Designs into Whimsical Artistic Illustrations and Mixed Media Projects
All About Drawing Farm & Forest Animals is an adventurous addition to Walter Foster’s All About Drawing Series. Children will learn to draw a bald eagle, a gentle deer, a grizzly bear, a cow, a chicken, a pig, and many more – plus a barn! With engaging text about each subject, All About Drawing Farm & Forest Animals educates children as they draw for an enjoyable, well-rounded artistic experience.
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Stephanie Corfee Take your doodled designs to the next level with these entertaining, engaging, and creative ideas and activities. From illustrating characters and stylizing everyday objects to creating dynamic layouts and intricately rendered word art, professional artist Stephanie Corfee shows you how to turn your whimsical designs into beautiful artistic illustrations.
Master the Fundamental Concepts of Mixed Media Art
Walter Foster Creative Team
Patti Mollica This is a new series devoted to introducing beginning and intermediate artists to the fun and engaging world of acrylic painting. This debut title teaches artists everything they need to know about working with acrylics. Beginning with an overview on a variety of tools and materials this book also covers various acrylic gels and mediums as well as a range of basic painting techniques. Easyto-follow step-by-step projects introduce artists to important concepts for an approachable introduction to this timeless medium.
January 9781600583667 Spiral Bound £14.99 128 mm 248x171 mm
In 101 Mixed Media Techniques, artists of all backgrounds and skill levels will learn and explore myriad fun, cutting-edge techniques in the exceedingly popular genre of mixed media art. Mixed media enthusiasts will enjoy learning the essential concepts for creating their own mixed media art – whether they are experienced in its approaches or just starting out. 101 Mixed Media Techniques features a wide variety of traditional and eclectic techniques, including drawing and painting techniques, stamping, stitching, image transfers, prepping backgrounds, using diﬀerent kinds of inks, collaging, and working with encaustics, among others. Multiple ways to use each technique are provided to inspire and nurture creative freedom in each artist. With so many options to choose from, 101 Mixed Media Techniques is sure to inspire new forms of creativity.
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101 Mixed Media Techniques
Master the Basic Theories and Techniques of Painting in Acrylic
September 9781600583612 Paperback £6.99 80 pp 296x222 mm
The Art of Cartooning & Illustration introduces artists to the basics of traditional cartooning and animation, as well as how to develop their own unique cartooning style, write storylines, and create gags. This all-inclusive resource introduces artists to the elements of the craft, including basic drawing techniques, character development, and lettering, supplying them with the valuable knowledge they need to achieve their desired results. Artists will learn a variety of cartooning techniques, such as the squash and stretch principle, exaggerating details, anthropomorphizing inanimate objects, and more. This book instructs artists not only on traditional methods, but also on using digital imaging software to add colour and special eﬀects to their ﬁnished artwork. With its breadth of subject matter and instruction, this book is a must-have for any cartoonist’s library.
Bombing Nazi Germany The Graphic History of the Allied Air Campaign That Defeated Hitler in WWII
In Bombing Nazi Germany, renowned graphic novel author and artist Wayne Vansant proﬁles the Allied air war against Nazi Germany throughout Europe during World War II. Meticulously researched, illustrated, and written, the novel tells the story of the ﬁrst and second generations of airmen, soldiers, and politicians from both sides who sought to bomb the enemy into submission. As entertaining as it is educational, Bombing Nazi Germany continues Wayne Vansant’s tradition of smart and accessible nonﬁction graphic history.
February 9781600583698 Paperback £6.99 64 pp 241x165 mm
February 9781600583674 Spiral Bound £14.99 176 pp 248x171 mm
February 9781600583629 Paperback £14.99 144 pp 296x222 mm
October 9780760345306 Paperback £14.99 104 pp 229x152 mm
Pencil Drawing Step by Step
The Fine Artist’s Guide to Tools & Materials
The Art of Basic Oil Painting
Fighting Hitler’s Jets
Master Techniques for Painting Stunning Works of Art in Oil – Step by Step
Robert F. Dorr
Pencil Drawing Step by Step provides fresh, contemporary instruction for artists who want to master the art of drawing in graphite pencil. Artists will learn basic strokes and techniques, such as hatching, stippling, and shading, as well as how to render textures, create form, and draw from photos. With a plethora of inspiration, tips, and plenty of encouragement, this book is the ideal resource for learning how to draw realistically in graphite pencil.
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Elizabeth T. Gilbert The Fine Artist’s Guide to Tools & Materials covers everything from pencils and brushes to surfaces and supports, to mediums and varnishes, providing the ﬁne artist with a quick reference for how to use an array of ﬁne art tools. Understanding and using the right tools and materials to create a work of art can make a monumental diﬀerence in appearance, texture, permanence, and more.
Marcia Baldwin In The Art of Basic Oil Painting, artists interested in learning how to work with this complex, multifaceted medium will ﬁnd inspiration through clear, step-by-step painting lessons of varied and approachable subjects, including landscapes, portraits, animals, and still lifes. Whether a beginning artist or an experienced painter looking to improve your breadth of knowledge, this book oﬀers a comprehensive guide that no ﬁne oil artist should be without.
An Essential Reference for Understanding and Using the Tools of the Trade
The American Aces Who Beat the Luftwaffe and Defeated Nazi Germany
November 9780760343982 Hardback £20.00 304 pp 235x159 mm
Fighting Hitler’s Jets is the personal story of the American ﬁghter pilots who defeated the German Luftwaﬀe in the spring and summer of 1944, only to ﬁnd themselves up against Adolf Hitler’s Wunderwaﬀen, or ‘wonder weapons’. Had it not been for these pilots and their extraordinary aircraft, the air campaign over Europe would not have been able to proceed and the Allies might not have been able to mount the D-Day invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe. Written by Robert F. Dorr, renowned author of Zenith Press titles Hell Hawks!, Mission to Berlin, and Mission to Tokyo, this book addresses both facts and speculation about German weaponry and leaders, including conspiracy theorists’ view that Hitler escaped in a secret aircraft at the war’s end.
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Master the Art of Drawing in Graphite Pencil
Writer and artist Wayne Vansant, who served in the U.S. Navy during Vietnam, was the primary artist for Marvel’s The ’Nam for more than ﬁve years and has since written and illustrated many historically accurate books of graphic nonﬁction.
X-15 The World’s Fastest Rocket Plane and the Pilots Who Ushered in the Space Age
John Anderson & Richard Passman
In this exciting new book, the story of the X-15 – the iconic rocket plane of the Cold War space race – is recounted by John Anderson and Richard Passman, both of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. This experimental rocket plane was the ﬁrst hypersonic aircraft ever created and was designed to function both in the Earth’s atmosphere and at the edge of space. Illustrated with period NASA and USAF photographs, as well as exclusive Smithsonian photography of the ﬁrst of three X-15s built, X-15 captures the risks and dangers of the X-15 program as Anderson and Passman follow the test pilots (including Neil Armstrong) who pushed the very limits of their piloting skills to master groundbreaking experimental technology.
November 9780760344453 Hardback £25.00 208 pp 260x210 mm
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Little Bookroom Natural History Museum New York Review of Books O’Brien Press
Grant vs. Lee Wayne Vansant October 9780760345313 Paperback £14.99 104 pp 229x152 mm
Target: Rabaul Bruce Gamble November 9780760344071 Hardback £30.00 400 pp 229x152 mm
Merrill’s Marauders Gavin Mortimer November 9780760344323 Hardback £25.00 256 pp 235x159 mm
The Civil War Generals Robert I. Girardi November 9780760345160 Hardback £20.00 304 pp 235x159 mm
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Pasta Christopher Boswell, Elena Goldblatt & Annie Schlechter
q September 9780565093297 Hardback £5.00 48 pp 272x207 mm
The Human Story
Animal Records Mark Carwardine
Where We Come From and How We Evolved
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September 9780565093228 Paperback £9.99 112 pp 253x192 mm
The Human Story is a concise and accessible guide to man’s ancestors, from the earliest hominids through to our own species, Over the past 25 years there has been an explosion of species’ names in the story of human evolution, due both to new discoveries and to a growing understanding of the diversity that existed in the past. Drawing on this new information, the book describes the main sites, the individual fossils, the people and the basic facts about each species – what it looked like, how and when it lived and what it ate – as well as explaining how we know all this. With drawings, photographs and maps throughout, this fully revised edition has been updated by a team of experts led by Britain’s foremost expert on human origins, Chris Stringer.
Encounter life on Earth millions of years ago with Age of the Dinosaur. Packed with bite-size facts and exciting prehistoric puzzles and games, it explains what the world looked like and how it changed, which incredible creatures, plants and animals lived there, who survived to live another day, and how scientists know all this. Each colourful double-page spread explores a diﬀerent dinosaur subject. Meet the world’s ﬁrst known bird and the deadly animal that may have terriﬁed the terrible T. rex. Discover who lived when and who ate what. Find out why all the dinosaurs disappeared forever and who survived after they were gone. This reformatted edition is perfect bound, rather than spiral bound like the original book, and contains eye-catching illustrations and photographs of specimens from the Museum’s palaeontological collections.
September 9780565093204 Paperback £12.99 256 pp 253x192 mm
Did you know the okapi has such a long tongue that it can reach up to lick and clean its own eyes? Or that the cat ﬂea jumps with an acceleration equivalent to over 20 times that needed to launch a space rocket? Marvel at the most exceptional creatures on Earth with Animal Records, the deﬁnitive guide to nature’s record-breakers. This new paperback edition has been fully revised and updated with amazing new facts, stunning new photographs and all the latest discoveries from the animal kingdom. From the strongest and shortest to the longest and laziest, Animal Records is a celebration of creatures both great and small that will appeal to all the family. ‘A sort of Schott’s Miscellany for wildlife lovers but better designed’ BBC Wildlife Magazine
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NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
q October 9781936941025 Hardback £12.99 250 pp 178x127 mm
Even if you haven’t landed one of the coveted internships in the kitchen at the American Academy in Rome, you can have a behind-thescenes tutorial in the way that pastas and sauces are made in its kitchen. The recipes in Pasta are arranged in the same order as the interns are taught to make them, from simple to more complex, and are organized the way Italians think about pasta, not only as fresh or dry but by the base of the sauces (oil, tomato, meat, and vegetable). Even the most sophisticated cooks will be intrigued by chef Christopher Boswell’s engaging notes that explain what makes the ﬂavors work together, why and how the sauces work with the pastas, and what makes a dish not only great but unforgettable.
Age of the Dinosaur Steve Parker
Alfred Russel Wallace in the Amazon
Sensational Butterﬂies Sticker Book
Footsteps in the Forest
September 9780565093280 Paperback £3.99 14 pp 280x216 mm
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The Masters of Nature Photography
Bob Press & John Thackray
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Nature’s Treasurehouse takes you on a whirlwind journey through the history of the Natural History Museum, the people, the inﬂuences, the discoveries and much more. It chronicles the important milestones in the development of the Museum, and brings to life the times in which they occurred, and the excitement and sometimes controversy that surrounded many of these events. This redesigned and fully revised edition explores the Museum’s origins as well as its vast collection of specimens and items, and its evolving role within the world of science. Beautifully illustrated with images of the Museum, its staﬀ and their work, including many evocative photographs from the Museum’s own archives, this is a warm, honest and sometimes whimsical account of the Museum’s history and development.
Rosamund Kidman Cox
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
September 9780565093181 Paperback £12.99 160 pp 253x192 mm
A History of the Natural History Museum
September 9780565093150 Hardback £30.00 224 pp 254x286 mm
This stunning book presents ten breathtaking portfolios from ten of the world’s greatest living photographers of nature. The groundbreaking images have inspired a generation of photographers and transformed nature photography into an art form. From the evocative artistry of Jim Brandenburg and Vincent Munier to the pioneering underwater photography of David Doubilet and Paul Nicklen, these inﬂuential artists display many diﬀerent ways of seeing the natural world. Marvel at Pål Hermansen’s magical use of light and dark, the groundbreaking viewpoints of Frans Lanting, Anup Shah’s intimate portraits, the powerful visual statements of Michael Nichols, Thomas D. Mangelsen’s vast, wild landscapes and Christian Ziegler’s gems of wild behaviour. Revealing the inspiration behind some of the world’s most important nature photographs, this beautiful collection will captivate art enthusiasts, photographers and all those with a passion for nature.
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NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
‘A little book that deserves a big audience. The world needs books like these, books about men too easily forgotten’ Guardian
q September 9780565093303 Paperback £8.99 160 pp 164x117 mm
In 1848 British naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace set oﬀ for Brazil where he was to spend four years exploring the wildest parts of the Amazon basin. This is the story of the discoveries that were to lead him to one of the biggest and most controversial ideas of the nineteenth century – the theory of evolution by natural selection. Wallace’s collections and observations proved of great value to the scientiﬁc community in England and he went on to become one of the deﬁning ﬁgures of Victorian biology. This is the story of his beginning.
Explore the wonderful world of butterﬂies with this fun activity book. Packed with 100 re-useable stickers of butterﬂies, moths and caterpillars, bite-size facts and some great puzzles and games, this is an ideal introduction to the wonderful world of butterﬂies for children. Discover lots of colourful creatures, some plain, some striped and some spotted. Find out how butterﬂies transform from a tiny egg to chomping caterpillar and then beautiful butterﬂy. Learn some fascinating facts about their diﬀerent colours and unusual names. This is a reprinted edition of Butterﬂy Jungle Sticker Book with a new cover and minor revisions.
The Art of Audubon
The Art of Ornithology
Sixteen Frameable Prints
Natural History Museum
This beautiful book tells the remarkable story of the development of bird art through the ages, from the earliest images of birds, through the age of exploration, to the present day. It is beautifully illustrated with original artworks from some of the world’s most renowned artists, including Audubon, Gould, Lear, Macgillivray, Thorburn and Wolf. The lively text interweaves fascinating ornithological information with accounts of the lives of the artists, details of the development of the techniques they used and a critical appraisal of their achievements. The book is written by highly respected ornithologist and wildlife expert Jonathan Elphick. Originally released in 2004, it is now reformatted and published for the ﬁrst time by the Natural History Museum.
The Birds of America is one of the best known natural history books ever produced and also the most valuable – a complete set sold at auction in December 2010 for £7.3 million, which is a world record for a book. It is famous for its stunning life-size illustrations of birds set within landscaped backgrounds. This is the Museum’s second special edition boxed set containing 16 sought after prints from Audubon’s masterpiece. They have been created by disbinding one of the two original books held by the Museum, photographing the original prints using the latest digital technology, and then reproducing them as large as possible on the page. Presented in a shrink-wrapped presentation box, this is the perfect gift for bird enthusiasts and art lovers everywhere.
q October 9780565093334 Boxed set £15.00 16 pp 381x254 mm
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
The Bridge of Beyond Simone Schwarz-Bart, Barbara Bray & Jamaica Kincaid
October 9780565093310 Hardback £25.00 160 pp 254x250 mm
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Presenting the year’s very best wildlife images, this is the latest unforgettable collection of award-winning photographs from this hugely popular series. It comprises all the winning and commended photographs from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013 competition, the most prestigious event of its kind in the world. The photographs are chosen by an international jury for their artistic merit and originality, from categories that together represent a diversity of natural subjects. The range of styles is also diverse, as is the genre of photography, whether action, macro, underwater, landscape or environmental reportage. Together this outstanding collection is a reminder of the splendour, drama and variety of life on Earth. Each stunning photograph is accompanied by an extended caption which tells the story behind its creation.
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
Edited by Rosamund Kidman Cox
September 9781590176801 Paperback £9.99 256 pp 203x127 mm
In this intoxicating tale of love and madness, mothers and daughters, folkloric wisdom and the grim legacy of slavery on the French Antillean island of Guadeloupe, aged yet unbowed Telumee tells her life story, along with that of the proud line of Lougandor women she continues to draw strength from, even in their physical absence. Having obtained, with dizzying speed, love and happiness and the trust of others, Telumee must ﬁnd the resources, personal and collective, both to rejoice without reserve and then, in less fortunate seasons, to survive suﬀering that would crush weaker vessels. A masterpiece of Caribbean literature, The Bridge of Beyond represents at once a gorgeously thick description of the ﬂora and climate, crafts and customs of the island, and the triumph of a spirit so generous and hopeful that no earthly adversity could outlast it.
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q October 9780565093327 Hardback £20.00 336 pp 249x235 mm
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It is a sunny summer Sunday in a remote Swiss village, and a christening is being celebrated at a lovely old farmhouse. One of the guests notes an anomaly in the fabric of the venerable ediﬁce: a blackened post that has been carefully built into a trim new window frame. Thereby hangs a tale, one that takes one chilling turn after another. Featuring a cruelly overbearing lord of the manor and the oppressed villagers who must render him service, an irreverent young woman who will stop at nothing, a mysterious stranger with a red beard and a green hat, and the black spider, the tale is as riveting and appalling today as when Jeremias Gotthelf set it down more than a hundred years ago.
November 9781590176689 Paperback £7.99 114 pp 203x127 mm
Fighting for Life S. Josephine Baker & Helen Epstein
Autobiography of a Corpse Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky & Joanne Turnbull
New York’s lower east side was said to be the most densely populated square mile on the face of the earth in the 1890s. City health inspectors called the neighbourhood ‘the suicide ward’ and referred to one particular tenement – in an oﬃcial Health Department report, no less – as an ‘out and out hog pen’. Diarrhea epidemics raged each summer, killing thousands of city children. Sweatshop babies with smallpox and typhus dozed in garment heaps destined for fashionable Broadway shops. By 1911, the child death rate had fallen sharply and the New York Times hailed the city as the healthiest on earth. In this witty and highly personal autobiography, public health crusader Dr. Sara Josephine Baker explains how this remarkable transformation was achieved.
Virtually unpublished during his lifetime, Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky’s fantastic and blackly comic philosophical fables have since 1989 earned him a reputation as one of the greatest Russian writers of the twentieth century. Included in this collection of eleven newly translated tales are some of his strangest and most brilliant conceits: a provincial journalist who moves to Moscow ﬁnds his existence consumed by the autobiography of his room’s previous occupant, a suicide who vacated his hundred square feet in exchange for his successor’s consideration of his manuscript; the ﬁngers of a celebrated pianist’s right hand run away to spend an abrasive night alone on the city streets. The unlikely stories in Autobiography of a Corpse ask you to take a second look at the cracks in everyday reality.
FINAL COVER FORTHCOMING
November 9781590176702 Paperback £8.99 272 pp 203x127 mm
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This new collection of more than seventy stories by the iconic modern writer Robert Walser, includes stories that have appeared in Harper’s Magazine, n+1 online, Vice, and elsewhere. Also included is the complete ‘Fritz Kocher’s Essays’, the ‘collected works’, so to speak, of a boy who died young, consisting entirely of classroom writing assignments on themes such as ‘Music’, ‘Christmas’, and ‘The Fatherland’. A Schoolboy’s Diary and Other Stories is centered around schoolboy life – the subject of his greatest novel, Jakob von Gunten – and dispatches from the edge of the writer’s life, as Walser’s modest, extravagant, careening narrators lash out at uncomprehending editors, overly solicitous publishers, and disdainers of Odol mouthwash.
October 9781590177068 Paperback £9.99 280 pp 203x127 mm
The Black Spider Jeremias Gotthelf & Susan Bernofsky
q September 9781590176726 Paperback £8.99 184 pp 203x127 mm
A Schoolboy’s Diary and Other Stories Robert Walser & Damion Searls
1941: The Year That Keeps Returning Slavko Goldstein, Michael Gable & Nikola Djuretic
A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising is both a work of memory and a work about memory. Miron Białoszewski, the great avant-garde Polish poet, memorializes the doomed uprising of the Polish population against their Nazi masters, which began on August 1, 1944, and was eventually abandoned on October 2, 1944, with the physical destruction of Warsaw. Białoszewski concentrates on recalling the things he saw, felt, smelled, and heard. Each object is precious. Each possesses its own integrity, which the violence of the Nazis will destroy. Białoszewski rescues memory from history and reaﬃrms the life-giving power of the imagination, which all the force of the inhuman Nazi machine could not – and cannot – obliterate.
1941: The Year That Keeps Returning is Goldstein’s astonishing historical memoir of that fateful year – when the Ustasha, the pro-fascist nationalists, were brought to power in Croatia by the Nazi occupiers of Yugoslavia. April 10, when the German troops marched into Zagreb, the Croatian capital, they were greeted as liberators by the Croats. Three days later Goldstein’s father, the proprietor of a leftist bookstore in Karlovac, was arrested along with other local Serbs, communists, and Yugoslav sympathizers. Goldstein was only thirteen years old, and he would never see his father again. More than ﬁfty years later, Goldstein seeks to piece together the facts of his father’s last days. The moving narrative threads stories of family, friends, and other ordinary people who lived through those dark times together with personal memories and an impressive depth of carefully researched historic details.
q December 9781590176733 Hardback £19.99 480 pp 210x140 mm
No Ordinary Men
Pierre Reverdy Pierre Reverdy & Mary Ann Caws
Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Hans von Dohnanyi: Resisters Against Hitler in Church and State
October 9781590176818 Hardback £12.99 120 pp 214x140 mm
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The Third Reich was the twentieth century’s most popular tyranny. After Adolf Hitler took power in 1933, most of Germany’s civil servants and professional elite collaborated with the Nazis or else tried to remain ‘unpolitical’, to retreat into ‘inner emigration’. Those who resisted were intimidated and silenced, often through terror and murder. To oppose the regime was rare and dangerous; to do so to protect the sanctity of law and faith was rarer still. But nonetheless some did. Claus von Stauﬀenberg, who was at the center of the conspiracy that attempted to kill Hitler on July 20, 1944, is only the best-known member of the German resistance. No Ordinary Men is the story of two of the Nazi regime’s most courageous and admirable opponents: the pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeﬀer and his close friend and brother-in-law Hans von Dohnanyi.
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Elisabeth Sifton & Fritz Stern
Pierre Reverdy, who was close to Picasso and Braque, is one the greatest of modern French poets and one of the most elusive. His work is at once impersonal and intimate, crystalline and opaque, simplicity itself and mysterious as can be. The strength of this new selection of Reverdy’s poetry, which includes both translations that have been specially commissioned for this volume along with a range of outstanding earlier ones, is not only to provide a sampling of Reverdy’s ﬁnest work in all its variety but also to document the appeal it has had for so many of America’s best writers and translators.
October 9781590176795 Paperback £6.99 120 pp 178x115 mm
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NYRB POETS/ O’BRIEN PRESS
q December 9781590176658 Paperback £9.99 256 pp 203x127 mm
A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising Miron Bialoszewski & Madeline Levine
Arkle Anne Holland
Strongbow The Norman Invasion of Ireland
Arkle, Ireland’s most legendary racehorse, went through the season 1965/66 unbeaten in ﬁve races at the absolute height of his powers. Fifty years on from his incredible wins, including the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Irish Grand National, Hennessy Gold Cup, King George VI Chase and Punchestown Gold Cup, Anne Holland looks at Arkle’s legendary success, which have never been surpassed. She outlines Arkle’s career, people involved with him including Jim Dreaper, Paddy Woods, Tom Taﬀe, sculptor Emma MacDermott, the Baker family, and others, and the ongoing interest in this legendary horse.
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October 9781847172006 Paperback £14.99 256 pp 234x156 mm
Roger Casement Angus Mitchell
A fascinating examination of the extraordinary life of Roger Casement, executed as part of the 1916 rising, ﬁghting the empire that had previously knighted him. Roger Casement was a British consul for two decades. However, his investigation into atrocities in the Congo led Casement to anti-Imperialist views. Ultimately, this led him to side with the Irish Republican movement, leading up to the 1916 rising. Arrested by the British for gun traﬃcking, he was incarcerated in the Tower of London and hanged in Pentonville prison on the 3 August – two years to the day after Britain’s declaration of war in 1914.
Ireland’s premier photographers, The Lensmen, captured the essence of life in Ireland during the 1970s in their stunning and thought provoking images. This collection oﬀers a fascinating insight into the cultural and political events of the decade. Showcasing an era of change in Ireland, this book is a celebration of a time gone by.
October 9781847173201 Paperback £12.99 160 pp 200x200 mm
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Ireland in Pictures
October 9781847172648 Paperback £10.99 256 pp 196x130 mm
Bestselling author Anne Holland is very wellknown name in the horse and racing worlds and regarded as an expert in the ﬁeld.
q October 9781847175489 Paperback £14.99 224 pp 234x156 mm
The coming of the Normans to Ireland from 1169 is a pivotal moment in the country’s history. It is a period full of bloodthirsty battles, both between armies and individuals. With colourful personalities and sharp political twists and turns, Strongbow’s story is a fascinating one. Combining the writing style of an award-winning novelist with expert scholarship, historian Conor Kostick has written a powerful and absorbing account of the stormy aﬀairs of an extraordinary era.
Ireland , 1709. A New Breed of Bounty Hunter Emerged
Colin Murphy Ireland in the aftermath of Cromwell – during this period Catholicism and Irish nationalism became inexorably linked and priests were outlawed. The Priest Hunters shines a light on these men who hunted them: Sean na Sagart, Edward Tyrrell, Barry Lowe and John Garzia – some of the most hated men in Ireland.
q October 9781847173119 Paperback £10.99 288 pp 196x130 mm
Colin Murphy is the author of The Most Famous Irish People You’ve Never Heard Of and co-author of the bestselling ‘Feckin’ collection (The O’Brien Press). His début historical novel Boycott (Brandon) was published in 2012 to great acclaim.
Horslips The Ofﬁcial Biography
November 978184717586 1 Hardback £24.99 288 pp 280x220 mm
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Featuring a detailed timeline of events, exclusive interviews, previously unpublished photography and a wealth of memorabilia including original handwritten lyrics and session notes, this is the long-awaited, ﬁrst-ever book dedicated to the history of Horslips, the legendary pioneers of Celtic Rock. Published to coincide with the 40th anniversary of their début album, ‘Happy To Meet, Sorry To Part’, it chronicles the unprecedented rise, innovation and 21st-century reunion of the band who uniquely fused traditional tunes with hard-edged rock and ancient mythological themes to give Irish music a new and exciting international identity. Mark Cunningham notably produced the ﬁrst-ever oﬃcial BBC Children In Need charity single and has also been performing live as the bass player in The Jeﬀ Green Project as well as editing The Semi-Pro Sixties by David Caulﬁeld (September 2012).
Index 1,000 Food Art and Styling Ideas 132 3D Art Lab for Kids 117 20 Ways to Draw a Dress and 44 Other Fabulous Fashions and Accessories 120 20 Ways to Draw a Tulip and 44 Other Fascinating Flowers 121 30 Best Recipes, The 70 48th Publication Design Annual 135 100 Postcards of Our Past from English Heritage 64 101 Mixed Media Techniques 145 101 Projects for Your Porsche 911 996 and 997 1998–2008 112 365 Surfboards 116 500 Jams and Preserves 86 500 Pasta Dishes 87 500 Time-Tested Home Remedies and the New Science Behind Them 106 1000 Biker Tattoos 109 1941: The Year That Keeps Returning 159 1970s, The 161 Aaseng, Maury 145 Abel, Paul G. 62 Adams, Ashley 107 Adkin, Mark 13 Age of the Dinosaur 151 Agnew, Michael 141 Alfred Russel Wallace in the Amazon 152 Alkayat, Zena 57 All About Drawing Farm & Forest Animals 144 Allaho, Shelby 99 Allotment Planner, The 59 Amatuzzi, Dan 126 American Motors Corporation 112 Americans and the British Country House 8 Am I Missing Something…? 22 Anatomy of Steampunk, The 128 Anderson, John 148 Animal Records 151 Anthony, Clare 127 Apothecary Cocktails 105 Appleby, Matthew 59 Arkle 160 Arnot, Chris 10
Artisan Food Entrepreneur, The 121 Art of Audubon, The 155 Art of Basic Oil Painting, The 146 Art of British Rock, The 42 Art of Cartooning & Illustration, The 145 Art of the Classic Car 108 Art of the Handbag, The 127 Asakawa, Sharon 93 Aslet, Clive 8 Audubon Birdhouse Book, The 142 Autobiography of a Corpse 157 Automotive Paint from Prep to Final Coat 114 Baby Knits from Around the World 97 Bailey, Jason 136 Bailey, Martin 54 Baked Doughnuts For Everyone 101 Baker, S. Josephine 156 Baldwin, Marcia 146 Barbe-Gall, Françoise 54 Barker, Margaret A. 142 Beatles Solo 129 Beautiful Churches 46 Bedell Smith, Sally 10 Bendersky, Ari 132 Bendersky, Jorge 122 Best of News Design 34th Edition, The 133 Best Practices for Graphic Designers, Packaging 132 Best Seat in the House 115 Bialoszewski, Miron 158 Birds 154 Birley, Sir Derek 4 Black & Decker The Complete Guide to Cabinets & Countertops 92 Black & Decker The Complete Guide to Finishing Basements 94 Black Spider, The 157 Blake Christena, Stephen 119 Bluebird and the Dead Lake 4 Bobrow, Warren 105 Bodensteiner, Peter 108 Bombing Nazi Germany 147 Boone, R.D., Lauri 107
Borg, Sonia 123 Bortles, JoAnn 114 Boswell, Christopher 150 Boutique Beer 68 Bowden Ph.D., Jonny 105 Boys of Summer, The 5 Bradshaw, Bill 77 Braund, Simon 12 Brettschneider, Dean 70 Bridge of Beyond, The 155 Britain’s Lost Mines 10 Brocket, Jane 81 Brown, Pete 77 Byrne, Matthew 46 Cake Lover’s Recipe Notebook, The 81 Calcutta 32 Caldicott, Chris & Carolyn 43 Carolinas Fruit & Vegetable Gardening 94 Carpenter, Autumn 97 Carwardine, Mark 151 Cave, Alessandra 119 Cerruti, Courtney 118 Chaline, Eric 89 Chatto, Beth 49 Chaudhuri, Amit 32, 33 Cheers to Vegan Sweets! 104 Child 46 Cicchetti 66 Civil War Generals, The 148 Clark, Alex 38 Classic Locomotives 142 Classless Society, A 6 Clothes for Heroes 18 Codling, Stuart 113 Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of Magical Plants, Revised, The 106 Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction, The 98 Complete Photo Guide to Slipcovers, Pillows, and Bedding, The 98 Complete Sherlock Holmes, The 125 Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur 125 Condie, Jenny 48 Congdon, Lisa 121 Connell, Heather 101 Constantine, Jan 83 Cooper, Christopher 126 Corfee, Stephanie 144 Cornell, Kari 97 Corvette: ‘C7’ 109
The Priest Hunters
Daily Telegraph Ashes 2013, The 9 Dairy-Free Kitchen, The 107 Davies, James O. 50 Dear Friend and Gardener 49 Decorate Cakes, Cupcakes, and Cookies with Kids 97 Dempsey, Wayne R. 112 Denver Broncos 115 Design for Information: Principles in Context 132 Design: Logo 133 Destefano, Merrie 143 Di Cintio, Marcello 30 DIY Dog Grooming, From Puppy Cuts to Best in Show 122 Dorr, Robert F. 147 Dream Plants for the Natural Garden 50 Dubberley, Emily 124 Dunn, Alan 86 Dupin, Olivia 104 Edsall, Larry 109 Elborough, Travis 52 Electric Guitar Repair 140 Elphick, Jonathan 154 Elzer-Peters, Katie 94, 95 English Heritage 64 Epstein, Helen 156 Erickson, Karen 98 Evans, Mike 42 Extraordinary Gentleman 20 Fallowell, Duncan 34 Farewell to Trains 56 Farr, Donald 108, 110 Fender Stratocaster 140 Fielder, Hugh 128 Fifty Machines that Changed the Course of History 89
Fifty Minerals that Changed the Course of History 89 Fighting for Life 156 Fighting Hitler’s Jets 147 Fine Artist’s Guide to Tools & Materials, The 146 First Course in Wine, A 126 Flavorful Kitchen Cookbook, The 101 Fogg, Marnie 87 Fogg, Rod 131 Football Man, The 4 Forman, Deborah 117 Foster, John 133 Foster, Patrick R. 112 Frazier, Matt 103 Freedman, Lew 115 Fusion Food in the Vegan Kitchen 106 Galchus, Rita 118 Gamble, Bruce 148 Ganaden, Cindy Ann 122 Gardens of Venice and the Veneto, The 48 Gayler, Paul 75 Georgia Getting Started Garden Guide 95 Gerritsen, Henk 50 Getting Started 144 Gilbert, Elizabeth T. 146 Girardi, Robert I. 148 Glam Nail Studio 127 Glasener, Erica 95 Gleason, Katherine 128 Glitschka, Von 133 Gluten-Free Entertaining 104 Goldstein, Slavko 159 Gormley, Ellen 99 Gotthelf, Jeremias 157 Grace and Power 10 Grace of the Cat, The 58 Graham-Campbell, James 59 Granny Square Flowers 97 Grant, Kamal 118 Grant vs. Lee 148 Graphic aha 96 Great Cholesterol Cookbook 105 Greatest Movies You’ll Never See, The 12 Great Homemade Soups 75 Great Meat 102 Great Northeast Brewery Tour, The 141 Gregg, Susan 106 Gresser, Ruth 122 Grimm, Jacob 125
Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales 125 Grimm, Wilhelm 125 Grip 132 Grow More With Less 92 Hall, Kirsten 126 Halsall, Fran 42 Happy Home Notebook 82 Harholdt, Peter 108 Harrisson, Astrid 58 Harris, Valentina 66 Hasheider, Philip 142 Haynes, Christine 98 Healthy Homemade Pet Food Cookbook, The 102 Heaser, Sue 88 Hedeman Guéniau, Charlotte 82 Heslewood, Juliet 46 Hester, Kathy 100 Hill, Fionna 47 Hinckley, Jim 137 Holland, Anne 160 Hollingshead, Iain 22 Home Brewer’s Guide to Vintage Beer, The 120 Home-Cooked Vegan Comfort Food 100 Homegrown Sprouts 118 Homemade Doughnuts 118 Homes from Home 74 Hopcraft, Arthur 4 Hoppen, Kelly 78 Horslips 162 Hot Rod Garages 114 How to Disappear 34 How to Draw Grimm’s Dark Tales, Fables & Folklore 143 How to Grow Microgreens 47 How to Look at Impressionism 54 How to Make 100 Bead Embroidery Motifs 98 How to Make Silver Charms from Metal Clay 88 How To Raise Horses 142 How to Raise Pigs 142 How to Raise Rabbits 142 How to Raise Sheep 142 How We Beat the All Blacks 5 Hubert, Margaret 97 Human Story, The 150 Hunn, Peter 94 Hunter, Dave 140 Hurt Business, The 5 Indianapolis Colts 115
Inside Shelby-American 112 Jane Austen’s Country Life 55 Jewelry Maker’s Design Book: An Alchemy of Objects, The 120 Johnson, Daniel 142 Johnson, Samantha 142 Johnson, Wendy J. 96 Jumbo 36 Just Us Girls 122 Kahn, Roger 5 Karmi-Melamede, Ada 47 Keene, Ben 141 Kelly, Dave 102 Kelly Hoppen’s Design Course 78 Kelly, Will 140 Kennedy, Ph.D., Deborah 100 Kidman Cox, Rosamund 153, 154 Kilbane, Kevin 11 Killa 11 Kimball, George 5 Kinnaird, Tim 88 Kitchen Workshop – Pizza 122 Knapp, Sandra 152 Knox, Cynthia 146 Kostick, Conor 161 Krause, Robert 101 Krzhizhanovsky, Sigizmund 157 Kuo, Julia 120 Laino, Barbara 102 Land Art In Town 56 Lawlor, Veronica 119 Lawson, Andrew 44 Learn to Draw Angry Birds Space 143 Learn to Weld 119 Lee, Vinny 74 Le Faye, Deirdre 55 Leﬃngwell, Randy 111 Le Mans Legendary Race Cars 113 Levingston, Tobie 114 Liberte, Sara 109 Linder, Lisa 75 Little Book of Kink, The 123 Lives of the Muses, The 35 Livre Blanc, Le 72 Lloyd, Christopher 49 Lockwood, Charles 150 London Villages 57 London Year, A 52
Lost Victorian Britain 11 Lost World of Bletchley Park, The 16 Love Stitching Notebook 83 Lowe, Judy 93, 95 Maiocco, Matt 115 Make Your Own Cute and Easy Pompoms 96 Making of Return of the Jedi, The 26 Mann, James 113 Marcus, Ben 116 Marden, Troy B. 94 Ma(r)king Ground 47 Masters of Nature Photography, The 153 McCaw, Richie 21 McEwan, Cameron K. 131 McFarland, Ben 68 McKay, Sinclair 16 McKenna, Clippy 86 McLaughlin, Ashley 101 Meeting Under the Euston Arch 23 Meirelles, Isabel 132 Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising, A 158 Mentock, Deryn 120 Merrill’s Marauders 148 Metallica 138 Michigan Getting Started Garden Guide 95 Mid-Atlantic Birds 94 Mid-Atlantic Fruit & Vegetable Gardening 94 Middle-earth Envisioned 130 Midwestern Birds 94 Midwest Fruit & Vegetable Gardening 94 Midwest Gardener’s Handbook 95 Mindblowing Mornings, Naughty Nooners and Wild Nights 124 Minnesota & Wisconsin Getting Started Garden Guide 95 Minnesota & Wisconsin Month-by-Month Gardening 95 Mitchell, Angus 160 Mollica, Patti 144 Mortimer, Gavin 148 Morton, John 112 Murphy, Colin 162 Mustang Boss 302 108 Mustang: Fifty Years 110 Myers, Melinda 95
Nathan, Ian 24 Natural History Museum 155 Nature’s Treasurehouse 152 New England Patriots 115 New English Garden, The 44 Newman, Joni Marie 106 Nirvana 139 Noguchii, Marcio 125 No Meat Athlete 103 No Ordinary Men 158 North American Railroad Family Trees 137 Northeastern Birds 94 One Club, The 134, 135 One Hundred Flowers 63 One Show Boxed Set, 2013 Awards 135 One Show Design, Volume 7 134 One Show Interactive, Volume XVI 135 One Show, Volume 35 134 One Watercolor a Day 119 Oral Sex Deck 123 Oral Sex You’ll Never Forget 123 O’Reilly, Jessica 123 Origami Masters: Bugs 125 Oudolf, Piet 50 Our Sun 126 Paciﬁc Northwest Fruit & Vegetable Gardening 94 Packers Experience, The 115 Packham, Jo 121 Paint Lab 117 Paleo Sweets & Treats 101 Paper & Ink Workshop 133 Parker, Steve 151 Parkin, Lance 20 Passman, Richard 148 Pasta 150 Pattinson, Ronald 120 Paula Pryke Wedding Planner, The 80 Peanut Allergy Answer Book, 3rd Ed., The 104 Pearson, John 4 Peloza, Kelly 104 Pencil Drawing Step by Step 146 Perfecting Patisserie 88 Phan, Charles 67 Pic, Anne-Sophie 72 Pickeral, Tamsin 58
Crabe, Geneviève 98 Craft Beer for the Homebrewer 141 Creative Illustration & Beyond 144 Creative Photography Lab 117 Crisis? What Crisis? 7 Crocheting Clothes Kids Love 99 Cross, Charles 139 Cuddy, Robbin 144 Cummings, Beverly 123 Cunningham, Mark 162
Picky Eating Solution, The 100 Pie 70 Pierre Reverdy 159 Pilu, Giovanni 66 Pink Floyd 128 Pizey, Roger 76 Planting Designs for Cactus & Succulents 93 Plant This Instead! 94 Playing with Image Transfers 118 Playing with Sketches 134 Popoﬀ, Martin 138 Porsche 911: 50 Years 111 Pouyet, Marc 56 Press, Bob 152 Price, Christopher 115 Priest Hunters, The 162 Prose, Francine 35 Pruning: An Illustrated Guide 93 Pryke, Paula 80 Pulp Fiction 136 PunkPistol 18 Quilt Block Book, The 96 Quilters, Their Studios, Their Stories & Their Quilts 121 Ramsay, Alex 48 Real McCaw, The 21 Reason, John 5 Rejoice! Rejoice! 7 Rennison, Nick 52 Replacements, The 140 Reverdy, Pierre 159 Richardson, Tim 15, 44 Rinzler, J. W. 26 Robb, Brian J. 130 Roger Casement 160 Rosen, Mark 115 Route 66 Treasures 137 Royal Ballet Organiser 62 Saccomano, Jim 115 San Francisco 49ers 115 Sansouci, Jenny 107 Sardianian Cookbook, A 66 Saturday Book: Volume 1, The 38 Schacter, Rafael 14 Schoolboy’s Diary and Other Stories, A 156 Schwake, Susan 117
Schwarz-Bart, Simone 155 Searls, Damion 156 Sensational Butterﬂies Sticker Book 153 Sforza, Valentina 87 Sherman, Whitney 134 Shooting with Soul 119 Shore to Summit 42 Sifton, Elisabeth 158 Sign Language 3 12 Simeone, Vincent A. 92 Simpson, Paul 130 Small Engines & Outdoor Power Equipment 94 Snow, Mat 129 Social History of English Cricket, A 4 Society for News Design 133 Society of Publication Designers 135 Solomon, Brian 137, 142 Sonheim, Carla 117 Soul on Bikes 114 Southern Birds 94 Southern Fruit & Vegetable Gardening 95 Stamp, Gavin 11, 23 Stargazer’s Notebook, The 62 Steen, Celine 100 St John Thomas, David 56 Stop-Motion Animation 87 Stores, Amber-Elizabeth 127 Strongbow 161 Sugar Flower Skills 86 Sunﬂowers are Mine, The 54 Superfoods for Life: Chia 107 Superfoods for Life: Coconut 107 Sutherland, John 36 Target: Rabaul 148 Telegraph Book of the Garden, The 15 Telegraph, The 12 Telling Tales 33 Tempest, Annie 51, 60 Tennessee & Kentucky Month-by-Month Gardening 95 Terminator Vault 24 Ternan, Melvyn 87
Thackray, John 152 Thompson III, Bill 94 Tottering-by-Gently 60 Tottering-by-Gently Lord Tottering: An English Gentleman 51 Turner, Alwyn W. 6, 7 Ultimate Guitar Course, The 131 Vansant, Wayne 147, 148 Vegan Slow Cooking for Two or Just for You 100 Vietnamese Home Cooking 67 Viking World, The 59 Vincent, Peter 114 Virginia Woolf’s Garden 71 Walls 30 Walser, Robert 156 Walsh, Jim 140 Walter Foster Creative Team 143, 145 Western Birds 94 Western Front Companion, The 13 What Makes Great Fashion 87 White, Linda B. 106 White, Marco Pierre 76 Who’s Who of Doctor Who, The 131 Wick, Nancy 96 Wildlife Photographer of the Year 154 Wildsmith, Lindy 66 World Atlas of Street Art and Graﬃti, The 14 World Food Cafe: Quick and Easy 43 World’s Best Asian Noodle Recipes, The 126 World’s Best Cakes 76 World’s Best Cider 77
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