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Contents Ivy Press The Science of Stress Virus Skeletons Bird Brain Owls Hummingbirds How to Read Paris How to Read New York What is Graphic Design? What is Typography? Fashion Details Warfare: A Visual History Notable Boats 30-Second… series introduction 30-Second Biology 30-Second Einstein 30-Second Fashion 30-Second Ancient Greece 30-Second… other titles Fun & Games for a Smarter Dog

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Leaping Hare Naturally Mindful The Mindfulness in Knitting The Art of Mindful Singing Mindful… series

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Ivy Kids Astronaut Academy Architect Academy Secrets of Animal Camouflage The Human Body Shine-a-Light… series This is Not a Science Book Cut & Colour Playbook: Cities Sticker, Shape, Create Ancient Rome in 30 Seconds Dinosaurs in 30 Seconds 30 Seconds… series

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Dear Reader Welcome to our new catalogue, we are very happy to show you what we’ve been working on. At Ivy Press we love to explore the topics that fascinate us, from practical and creative titles for both children and adults to popular science, reference, natural history and conscious living. Whatever the subject, each individual book flourishes under our careful attention to editorial, design and production detail. We are delighted to introduce Owls to our natural history list – packed with stunning photographs and profiles of every single species; this book also includes a life-size foldout. Skeletons also features this season, full of exquisite engravings and illustrations in an intriguing and readable look at the bones that underpin the structure of every kind of vertebrate life. Our Fashion Details title is presented in a fabulous new reissue, combining the works of classic 19th-century illustrators with authoritative text in this wonderful, timeless study of style through the ages. From Ivy Kids, we bring you the follow-on from our bestselling This is Not a Maths Book… This is Not a Science Book! Packed with engaging activities, these books are so much fun that children won’t even realise they are learning as they play, draw and make. Another title we are very proud of – Sticker, Shape, Create – is the first in our new series of art activity books. This is packed with more than 1,500 basic sticker shapes you can arrange and then embellish with your own drawings to make everything from birds and cityscapes to fireworks and hot-air balloons – in fact, anything you can imagine. We look forward to you enjoying our books and, as ever, welcome any comments or feedback you might have. Susan Kelly Publisher susan.kelly@quarto.com Simon Gwynn International Publishing Director simon.gwynn@quarto.com

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October 2016

The Science of Stress What it is, why we feel it, how it affects us

✤ Written by a world-renowned

expert on stress ✤ Explains the known physical

consequences of experiencing nervous tension ✤ Considers resiliency and other

logical solutions to managing different types of stress

Specification 240mm x 210mm • 176pp 4x4 • hb • est. 45,000 words 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-407-1 October 2016 £20

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Thirty-three per cent of Americans and thirty-five per cent of British people feel they are living with extreme stress. One in five Germans experiences stress on a regular basis, and workplace stress costs the Australian economy 14.2 billion dollars annually. Stress is a global pandemic, increasingly proven to be a precursor to diseases such as ulcers, depression and obesity. The Science of Stress explains the current understanding of stress in a concise summary. From why some stress is useful to understanding fear and explaining voodoo death, this book leads the reader through the many ways stress responses affect us. Gregory Fricchione MD is one of the world’s leading

stress experts. On the faculty of Harvard Medical School, he is Director of the Division of Psychiatry and Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. He has authored several books, including Compassion and Healing in Medicine and Society (2011). In 2006 he became Director of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine, one of the top five research institutes for stress-related illness in the US.


September 2016

Virus An illustrated guide to 101 incredible microbes

Viruses are the last frontier of undiscovered life on our planet. The most abundant type of organism on Earth, they infect all types of cellular life and, as microorganisms that cause disease in their hosts, they are highly opportunistic and relentlessly efficient. They exist at the vanguard of DNA variance, exhibiting more structural diversity than plants, animals, archaea or even bacteria. This 21st-century guide offers an engaging introductory section explaining exactly what viruses are and how they operate, followed by individual profiles of some of the world’s most notable examples, each with its own dazzling mugshot. ✤ Each virus profile features

visuals, maps and lively text to highlight key features ✤ With 100 examples, selected

to reveal the extraordinary diversity of the viral world ✤ A global overview that

Dr Marilyn J. Roossinck is Professor of Plant Pathology and

Environmental Microbiology at the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics at Penn State University, and the Sir Walter Adjunct Professor at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia. She has published a large number of scientific papers, and writes for Nature magazine, Microbiology Today, and other popular science publications.

uncovers the microlife teeming around us

Specification 240mm x 168mm • 256pp 4x4 • hb • est. 60,000 words 350 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-326-5 September 2016 £25

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August 2016

Skeletons The extraordinary form & function of bones

✤ A detailed, readable look

at how bones underpin the structure of every kind of vertebrate life ✤ Makes use of the fine

engravings of the 19th and early 20th centuries to illuminate the scholarship of the 21st ✤ With a complete directory

of the skeletons featured, each with its own box of key facts and statistics

Specification 205mm x 170mm • 256pp 2x2 • hb • est. 45,000 words 500 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-402-6 August 2016 £14.99

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Bone is one of the most extraordinary materials in the natural world – flexible and strong, available in a number of types and densities. Just look at the range of jobs it can do, from supporting a huge mammal like an elephant to enabling a bat to fly. And further back, scanning the distant past, scientists know what they know about the dinosaurs from their fossilized bones, reminders of how different our world used to be. Skeletons takes the virtuoso engravings of the 19th and early 20th centuries and marries them with a contemporary, readable text that brings them right up to date, creating an appealing mix of scientific eye candy and cutting-edge scholarship. Andrew Kirk was educated at Oxford University and

worked in publishing for over 20 years before becoming a full-time writer. His previous titles have included books on ancient history and a study of Thoreau. This is his sixth book.


August 2016

Bird Brain An exploration of avian intelligence

An absorbing study of how birds think, revealing how recent discoveries may call for us to re-evaluate how we identify and classify intelligence in other animals.

✤ An exploration of the

extraordinary behaviour of birds, from tool selection and use to long-term memory and bonding ✤ Approachable scientific text

drawing from the most recent avian studies ✤ Beautifully presented with

full-colour images and clear explanatory illustrations

Bird Brain begins by looking at the structures and functions of the avian brain, and moves on to examine different types of intelligence, profiling the behaviours of a range of the species, studying the masterminds of the avian world, and examining what types of behaviour can be interpreted as ‘intelligence’. Bird Brain not only looks at the well-studied species such as New Caledonian crows, but also casts a broader eye over a wide range of species from around the world. Dr Nathan Emery is Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Biology

at Queen Mary University of London. His research has focused on the cognitive abilities of corvids, apes and parrots, and he is currently working with the ravens at the Tower of London. He has authored two previous books and is on the editorial boards of Animal Cognition and the Journal of Comparative Psychology.

Specification 253mm x 203mm • 192pp 4x4 • hb • est. 40,000 words 175 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-314-2 August 2016 £20

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October 2016

Owls A guide to every species

Owls

A GUIDE TO EVERY SPECIES Marianne Taylor

✤ A beautiful standalone title

profiling all known species ✤ Straightforward accounts

include full facts and figures as well as covering interesting aspects of behaviour ✤ With spectacular

photographs of even the most elusive species

Specification 300mm x 225mm • 256pp 4x4 • hb with jacket and fold-out poster • est. 70,000 words 200 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-404-0 October 2016 £30

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Appearing in everything from ancient myths and superstitions to modern children’s stories, these beautiful birds are seen both as harbingers of good and bad news and icons of fear and wisdom. Yet uncovering the reality of their lives is a huge challenge as most are nocturnal and many are extremely secretive in their habits. New species are still being discovered, and fresh insights being gained into even the most familiar species. Owls brings together full descriptions and distribution maps for all 221 known owl species, and is illustrated with stunning colour photographs. Marianne Taylor is a freelance writer, illustrator,

photographer and editor. She worked for seven years in natural history publishing, and her particular interest in owls was sparked by a period in 2005 working with bird ringers studying Ural, Tengmalm’s and Eagle Owls in the forests of Sweden. She has written on a range of natural history subjects and her previous books include the RSPB’s British Birds of Prey.


October 2016

Hummingbirds A life-size guide to every species NEW IN PAPERBACK

Hummingbirds have always held popular appeal, with their visual brilliance, extraordinary flight dexterity and jewel-like size and colour. Only recently has their serious scientific study started to gain the attention it demands. Hummingbirds presents every species, with over 300 birds shown in dazzling, life-size, cut-out photography, and all presented in an appealing, portable format. Michael and Susan Fogden have spent the past 35 years

✤ The first standalone title

to profile all 337 known species ✤ Life-size photography of over

300 birds, presenting serious reference in a compact format

Specification 200mm x 150mm • 400pp 4x4 • pb with flaps est. 85,000 words • 320 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-422-4 October 2016 £14.99

as freelance writers and photographers. In 2008 they received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the North American Nature Photography Association. Marianne Taylor is a freelance writer. She has worked

as editor for the bird book publisher Christopher Helm and a subeditor on the magazine Birdwatch. Sheri L. Williamson is an ornithologist and author of A Field Guide to Hummingbirds of North America.

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October 2016

How to Read Paris A crash course in Parisian architecture

The world’s most-visited city is also one of its most architecturally stimulating. For centuries, architects, designers and artists have been drawn to Paris, and it retains many gems that reveal its multi-faceted past, from Roman and Baroque to Post-Modern and contemporary. From the neo-classical colonnades of the Panthéon to the glass futurism of La Défense, this is the guide to the treasures of Paris that every visitor will want as a travel companion to the city of lights. ✤ Presents a picture-led

resource for the general visitor, architectural historian, or culture lover ✤ An in-depth look at the styles

that have combined to produce one of the world’s most famous cityscapes ✤ Covers both familiar

landmarks and lesser known masterpieces of architecture

Specification 165mm x 135mm • 256pp 4x4 • pb with flaps est. 44,000 words • 400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-406-4 October 2016 £9.99

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Chris Rogers writes on architecture and visual culture, informed by 20 years of research and conversations with practitioners. He creates and leads architectural tours, often working closely with architects, and his knowledge of Paris has been enhanced by over a dozen years of tramping the trottoirs, creating an impressive photographic record of every aspect of the city.


October 2016

How to Read New York A crash course in Big Apple architecture

✤ Explores the evolution of

New York’s celebrated skyline, from the Chrysler Building to the Trump Tower and beyond ✤ Examines the architectural

styles that have contributed to one of the most recognizable cityscapes in the world

How to Read New York uncovers and illuminates the rich architectural language of one of the world’s truly great cities, from its celebrated skyscrapers to its iconic brownstones, alongside many lesser known treasures. Charting both the key technical developments and aesthetic movements that have influenced architecture in the Big Apple, this accessible guide offers every visitor, whether they’re pounding the streets or exploring virtually, all kinds of views and insights that the casual stroller could miss, and backs them up with images that deal in the tiniest details as well as the broad architectural picture. Will Jones has been writing for design and architectural magazines around the world for more than 15 years, and is the author of several books including Modern Architecture in New York, Unbuilt Masterworks of the 21st Century, and Architects’ Sketchbooks.

✤ Explains both the form

and the function of New York’s architectural icons with authoritative text

Specification 165mm x 135mm • 256pp 4x4 • pb with flaps est. 47,000 words • 400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-410-1 October 2016 £9.99

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October 2016

What is Graphic Design? Essential design handbooks

What is Graphic Design? explores the issues that have shaped design today and looks at how graphic design has evolved over time, from the development of printing to the present day. The second chapter breaks the discipline down into its elements, looking at typography, how text and images are at the heart of graphic design, and how reproduction underpins every aspect of graphic design. The book concludes with an analysis of a group of young designers who illustrate just how broad and rich the profession can be. ✤ Explores the key issues

that shape design today ✤ A concise, informed and

considered overview of an easy-to-misunderstand job

The new edition of this classic handbook has been thoroughly revised and redesigned, with content focusing on developments in new media. An accessible handbook which is a must-have for both students and professional designers. Quentin Newark is a co-founder of the Atelier Works

✤ Includes an excellent set of

contemporary international examples

Specification 198mm x 153mm • 192pp 4x4 • pb with flaps est. 36,500 words • 210 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-420-0 October 2016 £12.99

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design group. He writes regularly for design publications, including Design Week, Creative Review and Print. He has also lectured on design and has judged design awards. He lives in London.


October 2016

What is Typography? Essential design handbooks

✤ The author holds Awards of

Excellence for his typographic work from the New York Type Club and the International Society of Typographic Designers ✤ Includes portfolios from

designers and design studios ✤ Revised, with 20 per cent

new content

What is Typography? is a compact guide to the discipline that lies at the epicentre of design and communication. With three sections exploring issues, anatomy, and an analysis of an eclectic group of portfolios, the book explores the structures and acceptable variations of type. The anatomy section breaks down the elements of this discipline to look at individual tools and processes, methods of organizing information, the mechanics of type, and the various means of arranging and displaying type. Finally, it looks at how the chosen media, and consequent process of reproduction, underpins every aspect of design. The new edition of this classic handbook has been thoroughly revised and redesigned, with content focusing on typography’s development in new media. David Jury is course leader of MA Art, Design, and the Book at Colchester School of Art. Previous publications include About Face: Reviving the Rules of Typography and Letterpress. He is a fellow of the International Society of Graphic Designers.

Specification 198mm x 153mm • 192pp 4x4 • pb with flaps est. 36,500 words • 210 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-421-7 October 2016 £12.99

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September 2016

Fashion Details A historical sourcebook

✤ A comprehensive visual

study of the rich vocabulary of clothing through the ages ✤ From the ancient world to

19th-century Europe, by way of Asia, Africa, Oceania and the Americas ✤ With engaging narratives

from experts in the field

Specification 235mm x 196mm • 352pp 4x4 • pb with flaps est. 95,000 words • 1,000 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-417-0 September 2016 £16.99

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Fashion Details combines the studies of the two classic 19th-century illustrators Auguste Racinet and Friedrich Hottenroth. Their works are presented first chronologically and then by subject, so that illustrators, students and historians can choose their preferred route, either following the path of fashion through the centuries, or studying the contrasting styles of individual clothing and accessories in detail. Silhouettes reveal the shifting shapes of style through the ages, while detailed cross-references help the researcher navigate the complex chronology of costume. Melissa Leventon is a specialist in European and American costume and textiles. Formerly Curator-inCharge of Textiles at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, she now teaches Fashion History and Fashion Theory at California College of the Arts.


October 2016

Warfare: A Visual History The ultimate illustrated guide, from the ancient world to the American civil war

WARFARE A VISUAL HISTORY

The ultimate illustrated guide, from the Ancient World to the American Civil War General editor Tim Newark

✤ Beautiful reproductions of

classic 19th-century engravings chart the progress of military machinery and methods ✤ With a modern narrative

describing the development of arms and armour, and the evolution of military tactics ✤ Illustrated anatomies

of the key technologies are accompanied by detailed annotation

Warfare: A Visual History combines historical engravings and diagrams with an engaging modern text to create a visual study of humankind’s extraordinary ingenuity in finding new ways to wage war. A chronological and geographical study of arms and armour is followed by a separate section that provides thumbnail studies of individual items of militaria – from swords to siege engines, and helmets to handguns – so that the researcher can choose to study a particular era or seek an evolutionary overview. Navigational features include tabs with cross-references, timelines of key battles and inventions, and silhouettes of warriors through time. Tim Newark is widely published in the field of military

history. He became editor of Military Illustrated magazine in 1993, and has acted as consultant for television documentary series including Heroes & Weapons of WW2, screened by The History Channel and BBC Worldwide. His publications include Camouflage (2007), written to accompany the Imperial War Museum exhibition.

Specification 235mm x 196mm • 320pp 4x4 • pb with flaps est. 87,000 words • 1,000 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-423-1 October 2016 £14.99

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October 2016

Notable Boats Forty remarkable craft, forty great adventures

✤ Tells the stories of 40

boats from history and fiction ✤ Stunning detailed illustrations

bring the boats to life ✤ Takes the reader on a

round-the-world tour

Specification 210mm x 225mm 176pp • 4x4 • hb est. 30,000 words • 80 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-415-6 October 2016 £20

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The 40 boats featured in Notable Boats will gently float you away with tales of bravery, adventure and the occasional near-catastrophe. The book skilfully balances beautiful visuals and gripping text, covering everyday craft such as the canoe or the fishing trawler, boats of historic interest, fictional ships, and even celebrities’ boats. The stories traverse the globe, with tales from all the world’s waterways. Designed to be dipped in and out of, Notable Boats offers an intimate window into a world of sailing. Nic Compton is a lifelong sailor, with both a romantic and a practical interest in boats and voyaging. He is contributing editor to Sailing magazine and the author of numerous books including Sailing Solo and The Great Classic Yacht Revival.


September 2016

30-Seconds... series Half a minute to spare? Why not spend it learning the essence of a subject you either feel you should know about or have been meaning to learn about. Whether it’s the Theory of Relativity or Fermat’s Last Theorem, the Golden Ratio or the Garden of Eden, Anarchism or Monetarism, Pavlov’s Dog or Schrodinger’s Cat, a 30-second theory is the quickest way to get an idea into your head. Each title in the series selects a popular subject area and dissects it into the 50 most significant ideas at its heart. Each of these, no matter how complex, is explained without any waffle by a specialist, using just 300 words and one picture – making it digestible in a mere 30 seconds. Also featuring essential glossaries plus biographies of the key players, the 30-Second titles have sold over three million copies worldwide.

✤ Key subjects stripped to their

essence, neatly and readably, without any fuss ✤ The very best use to make of

those small windows of time in your daily routine

TOTAL NUMBER OF LANGUAGES SOLD = 26 TOTAL NUMBER OF EDITIONS SOLD = 31 TOTAL NUMBER OF COPIES SOLD = 3 MILLION

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September 2016

30-Second Biology The 50 most thought-provoking theories of life, each explained in half a minute Nick Battey & Mark Fellowes 30-Second Biology dissects the 50 most thought-provoking theories of our ecosystem and ourselves. At a time when discoveries in DNA allow us to connect ever more closely with the natural world, this is a fast route to an understanding of the tree of life. Whether you’re dipping into the gene pool or conversing on biodiversity, it has all the knowledge you need for the dinner-party debate. Nick Battey is Professor of Plant Development and Mark Fellowes is Professor of Ecology at the University 30-Second Biology ISBN: 978-1-78240-389-0 £14.99

of Reading. Their knowledge spans the biological sciences: Professor Battey’s expertise lies in plant biology; Professor Fellowes’s interests include insect ecology and the effects of urbanization on wildlife.

30-Second Einstein The 50 fundamentals of his work, life and legacy, each explained in half a minute Brian Clegg Spend 30 seconds a day in the company of a colossus from the world of science, and you will soon have his whole story in your head. Einstein was not only an unparalleled scientific genius, but also a human rights campaigner, a political activist, and the archetype of the mad professor. No wonder he continues to fascinate scientists and non-scientists alike. 30-Second Einstein will show you why, at around the speed of light. Brian Clegg read Natural Sciences at Cambridge 30-Second Einstein ISBN: 978-1-78240-387-6 £14.99

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University. He has written for Nature, The Times and the Wall Street Journal and lectured at Oxford, Cambridge and the Royal Institution. He is editor of the book review site popularscience.co.uk.


September 2016

30-Second Fashion The 50 key modes, garments, and designers, each explained in half a minute Dr Rebecca Arnold 30-Second Fashion looks at the multi-billion-pound industry that is the fashion business today and traces it back to its roots. Along the way, you’ll learn to distinguish Lanvin from Lim, and haute couture from prêt-à-porter. Whether you’re a consumer, a student, or simply someone with an interest in the cut of your clothes, you’ll find it an invaluable companion. Dr Rebecca Arnold was educated at King’s College

30-Second Fashion ISBN: 978-1-78240-390-6 £14.99

London, the Courtauld Institute of Art, and University College London. Before joining the Courtauld Institute in 2009 as Oak Foundation Lecturer in History of Dress and Textiles, she was a Lecturer in the History of Design Department at the Royal College of Art.

30-Second Ancient Greece The 50 most important achievements of a timeless civilization, each explained in half a minute Dr Matthew Nicholls Ancient Greek civilization laid the foundations for so many aspects of modern western life, from architecture to philosophy. But can you recite the Classical orders with confidence, and would you be able to define the key contributions of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle? 30-Second Ancient Greece offers an engrossing tour of the Hellenic world, appealingly served up in easily absorbed nuggets. Dr Matthew Nicholls is an ancient historian at the 30-Second Ancient Greece ISBN: 978-1-78240-388-3 £14.99

University of Reading. He has a particular interest in the digital reconstruction of ancient spaces (including an award-winning reconstruction of ancient Rome). He also edited the 30-Second Ancient Rome title. IVY PRESS | 19


Published Titles in the 30-Second series available from Ivy Press

30-Second Anatomy

30-Second Ancient China

30-Second Ancient Egypt

ISBN: 978-1-78240-039-4

ISBN: 978-1-78240-270-1

ISBN: 978-1-78240-132-2

30-SECOND METEOROLOGY

The 50 most significant events and phenomena, each explained in half a minute

Editor Adam Scaife

30-Second Leonardo da Vinci

30-Second Meteorology

30-Second Mythology

ISBN: 978-1-78240-083-7

ISBN: 978-1-78240-310-4

ISBN: 978-1-78240-096-7

30-Second Physics

30-Second Religion

ISBN: 978-1-78240-312-8

ISBN: 978-1-78240-234-3

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Published

30-Second Ancient Rome

30-Second Architecture

30-Second Jazz

ISBN: 978-1-78240-131-5

ISBN: 978-1-78240-040-0

ISBN: 978-1-78240-309-8

30-Second Newton

30-Second Opera

30-Second Photography

ISBN: 978-1-78240-311-1

ISBN: 978-1-78240-272-5

ISBN: 978-1-78240-261-9

Specification 230mm x 180mm 160pp • 4x4 • hb est. 32,000 words 160 pics £14.99

30-Second Shakespeare

30-Second Wine

ISBN: 978-1-78240-260-2

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Published Titles in the 30-Second series published by Icon Books in the UK

30-Second Astronomy

30-Second Brain

30-Second Economics

30-Second Elements

30-Second Evolution

30-Second Maths

30-Second Philosophies

30-Second Politics

30-SECOND TWENTIETH CENTURY

The 50 most significant ideas and events, each explained in half a minute

Editor Jonathan T. Reynolds

30-Second Psychology

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30-Second Quantum Theory

30-Second Theories

30-Second Twentieth Century


October 2016

Fun & Games for a Smarter Dog 50 great brain games to engage your dog

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✤ Learn easy ways to teach

your pet as you play ✤ Tailored so that you can

match play to your dog’s personality and enthusiasms ✤ Work with your dog

to build the bond between you

Specification 234mm x 173mm • 176pp 4x4 • pb • est. 30,000 words 200 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-405-7 October 2016 £9.99

Most dog owners tend to think of games as the reward that comes after a training session. But play makes a terrific training tool, too, if you know which games to pick and the right ways to play them. What’s more, you can tailor games to your dog’s strengths and introduce lots of variations to his favourite activities. Fun & Games for a Smarter Dog offers dozens of options to help you build your bond with your dog, boost his thinking skills and ramp up his fitness levels. Each one looks at the way your dog approaches play and what he can learn when you play together, and takes you step by step through the activity. Even better, it ensures your dog will have so much fun that he’ll never know he’s been taking classes. Andrew Banks has authored a number of bestselling

books on dogs, ranging from general guides to more specific titles on ways to enhance your relationship with your pet, including The Complete Book of the Dog (2007) and The Secret Language of Puppies (2015). Bonding Games / Swap

SWAP Giving up a valued object can be a big deal for a dog. Teaching ‘Swap’ shows your pet that if he gives something up to you willingly, even something he values, he’ll get something just as good back in exchange. What’s more, as you practice, you’ll end up giving him back the original object as well. Soon he’ll be handing over his toy, bone, or whatever you ask for, and eagerly taking the substitute you’re offering, confident that you won’t be depriving him. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO? Show your pet that he won’t regret giving something up to you when he’s asked.

it out of his mouth, or he’ll be less likely to give it to you next time. Stay patient, and return the first toy as soon as your dog is focused on the treat toy (you can wait a few more seconds before returning it as your dog learns to trust that he will get it back). 5 It may take a few weeks of regular practice, but you’ll find that, as your dog becomes used to giving things up to you, you can reduce the ‘value’ of what you’re offering in exchange. Eventually, he’ll happily give something up to you as soon as you say ‘Swap’.

1 This is an opportunistic exercise: you

need to be ready for the right situation to happen naturally. Wait until your pet is relaxed and happily playing with a favorite toy. Have a hollow treat toy stuffed with something irresistible ready, and, when you see your opportunity, fetch it from the fridge. 2 Simply approach your dog in a relaxed way, bend or kneel down beside him and show him the stuffed treat toy. If he immediately drops whatever he’s playing with, say ‘Swap’, hand him the substitute and gently pick up the original toy. 3 Sometimes he’ll grab for the original toy, dropping the new one. If he does, give it to him immediately (you want to teach him that he won’t lose out in any way by working with you). If he loses interest in the original toy, lay it down gently nearby, so that he can see that he ended up with both the things he wanted. 4 Practice this whenever the chance arises (it’s a good idea to have a pre-stuffed treat toy ready in the fridge at all times when you’re teaching your pet this exercise). Always wait until your dog gives up the initial toy willingly—don’t cheat by pulling

WHAT HE LEARNS To give things up to you easily, and to trust that you’ll treat him respectfully around the things he values. WHY IT’S USEFUL On the rare occasion that your dog has something he shouldn’t (he’s chewing a shoe, perhaps, or he’s found a chicken bone in the street) and you need him to give it up to you without a battle, you’ll have already done the groundwork.

HANDS OFF! Dog society is interesting in the way in which it views possession of objects: it’s unusual to see a dog, even a larger and stronger dog, take a coveted item (whether it be a toy or a bone) away from another who has it. If the second dog leaves the treasure, even for a moment, all bets are off: the first dog will feel free to take it. But taking something by force that another dog is enjoying doesn’t often happen in everyday canine etiquette.

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October 2016

Naturally Mindful Reconnecting with the natural world, discovering your true self

✤ Offers 100 inspirational

insights from masters of mindfulness

In a fast-paced urban world of pressure, stress and anxiety, Naturally Mindful offers readers the opportunity to stop time and take a moment to live consciously. Aspire to a sense of calm awareness and learn how mindfulness can teach you to enjoy and respect the natural world. Small enough to carry around on walks, Naturally Mindful offers practical solutions by going back to basics, with reminders to value the world around us and to work harder to preserve a spiritually nurturing environment through patience, self-awareness and a relaxed conciousness.

your environment

Rediscover the instrinsic value of nature and how it can inspire us to seek spiritual satisfaction, change the way we interact with our environment, develop a more sustainable world, and create a better, more hopeful future.

✤ Discover how mindfulness can

Mindfulness is an ancient spiritual technique of focused

✤ Helps you to reconnect with

support nature conservation

Specification 135mm x 110mm • 160pp 1x1 • hb • est. 9,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-416-3 October 2016 £5.99

awareness, rooted in Buddhism and currently experiencing a popular rebirth. By making the present moment more tangible, it heightens the senses and improves our ability to think clearly.

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October 2016

The Mindfulness in Knitting Meditations on craft and calm

The Mindfulness in Knitting Meditations on Craft and Calm

Rachael Matthews

✤ Presents practical

suggestions to ground you ✤ Offers fresh, mindful exercises

that help you to ground, relax and de-stress as you work

Everyone can pick up a pair of needles and a ball of yarn. And everyone can be mindful. The Mindfulness in Knitting casts fresh light on this famously calming craft, and reveals how the simple repetition of plain and purl can in itself nurture wellbeing. Rachael Matthews explores the joys of making and looks at the benefits of taking up one of the simplest and most useful of crafts. Rachael Matthews is the director of Cast Off Knitting Club, and owner of Prick Your Finger, an ethical yarn store and textile gallery, both in East London. An artist specializing in knitting, and a teacher focusing on Craftivism and the craft process, she has curated knitted works at the Victoria &Albert Museum, the Barbican, Tate Modern and the Crafts Council. Rachael was a columnist for Simply Knitting Magazine for six years, is regularly featured in the international press, and is the author of Knitorama (2005) and Hookarama (2006).

✤ An expert author shares her

MINDFULNESS IN KNITTING

K NITTING T RIGGERS E NLIGHTENED T HOUGHTS ◆

Specification 200mm x 130mm • 144pp 1x1 • hb • est. 30,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-418-7 October 2016 £8.99

Maybe there was someone knitting with us in mind in the weeks before we were born. Outgrowing baby garments, we became conscious of clothes and, at some point, recognized the action of knitting. It is hard to remember when I first understood that knitted things could be made by people I knew. As my dexterity developed, I learned how to knit, discovering how stitches work.

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ollecting skills from books and knitters around me continues to spark ideas of what I could make. Together, knitting and the meditative space it offers, have provided me with a lifelong structure for learning. Like life, knitting has its ups, downs, easy and difficult bits. Much like mood swings, and other uncontrollable feelings, craft processes are inconvenient and unpredictable. Things can change quickly. Craft demands frequent practice, and constantly asks us to relish a challenge, much in the same vein as meditation. Sometimes we can relax with repetitive work, and other times knitting demands serious concentration. We can sit quietly knitting mindfully on our own, or use our knitting presence to offer trusted companionship. We can knit things for ourselves, our loved ones, or for the world around us. Sometimes when my knitting is turning out well, I consider the afterlife, where my knitting continues its journey on Earth without me.

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I N T RO D U C T I O N

Investigating the history of knitting, I learned that I am one student, of a new generation, keeping skills alive and working with the intention of making the world a better place. Textile archives the world over show us designs and social histories, but for the most part, the legacy of a domestic knitter is rarely documented.  Many knitters before me did not sign their work, nor did much of it survive, because it was loved, used, and worn until it was dust. The gift a knitter leaves behind is, hope of course, one of skilled, beautiful textiles, which will hopefully be mended and kept safe, but alongside our material product we leave a subtle, un-quantifiable atmosphere, dedidedi

WHEREVER DESIGN LIKES

On the most basic level, knitting proves that we can make things happen. If something is beautiful and functional, it holds truth. Making a truthful object with your own bare hands disproves any lack of belief in your abilities. A knitter starts with a dream, and turns it into a reality. Making things is exciting enough for a craftsperson, but for a noncraftsperson, the process looks like pure magic. Enjoy noticing people’s astonishment at your masterpieces, as you remember all you have learned through the making of them. Quietly give thanks for the bond you have with your textile and consider the real magic of consciousness.

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insights into achieving calm through knitting


October 2016

The Art of Mindful Singing Notes on finding your voice

The Art of Mindful Singing reveals how we can all experience wellbeing through the meditative beauty and power of music. Jeremy Dion explores how singing can create a deeper connection with ourselves and the world around us. Through personal anecdotes and insights, and with practical meditations, he demonstrates how mindful singing offers a pathway to experiencing flow, a pure psychological state of bliss. Readers will find that releasing our voices is a universal chord that helps us to promote harmony and meaning in modern life. ✤ Reveals how singing is an

innate and mindful meditation ✤ Explores the power of music

to heal and upli— ✤ Provides mindful singing

exercises to practise every day

Jeremy Dion is a singer and songwriter, a music therapist, and a Buddhist. He taught Gestalt Therapy at Naropa University, studied psychology at the University of California at Berkeley and practices mindfulness in his work and everyday life. Jeremy has sung professionally for over 20 years. He lives in Colorado with his daughter. And his guitar.

Specification 200mm x 130mm • 144pp 1x1 • hb • est. 30,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-419-4 October 2016 £8.99

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Mindfulness... series Leaping Hare Press has published Mindfulness titles for many years now, and our well-loved series of these perfectly crafted packages of wisdom continues to grow. The books explore the benefits of expanded understanding and awareness that mindfulness can bring. Stillness is the key to wellbeing, and learning to stop, focus and see things as they truly are is the secret to true health and happiness. Taking diverse subject areas, ranging from beekeeping to anxiety, and baking to surfing, these beautiful books explore ways to nourish the spirit, discover self-awareness and bring mindfulness into our lives and the world around us.

✤ A complete library

of mindfulness studies for today’s reader ✤ Mindful authors

look at the value of meditative practice in all areas of life ✤ A beguiling mix of

the practical and the inspirational to appeal to every reader

Specification 200mm x 130mm 144pp • 1x1 • hb est. 30,000 words £8.99

Zen & the Path of Mindful Parenting ISBN: 978-1-78240-154-4

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Galileo & the Art of Ageing Mindfully Wisdom from the Night Skies

Adam Ford

Einstein & the Art of Mindful Cycling

Happiness and How It Happens

Galileo & the Art of Ageing Mindfully

ISBN: 978-1-908005-47-2

ISBN: 978-1-907332-93-7

ISBN: 978-1-78240-243-5

Mindfulness & the Art of Managing Anger

Mindfulness & the Art of Drawing

Mindfulness & the Art of Urban Living

ISBN: 978-1-78240-283-1

ISBN: 978-1-908005-30-4

Mindfulness & Compassion ISBN: 978-1-78240-288-6

Mindfulness & the Journey of Bereavement

ISBN: 978-1-908005-77-9

Mindfulness & the Natural World ISBN: 978-1-78240-102-5

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Mindfulness at Work

Mindfulness and Surfing

Mindfulness for Unravelling Anxiety

ISBN: 978-1-78240-329-6

ISBN: 978-1-78240-318-0

Mindfulness for Black Dogs & Blue Days

The Art of Mindful Silence

The Art of Mindful Baking

ISBN: 978-1-907332-92-0

ISBN: 978-1-908005-11-3

ISBN: 978-1-78240-080-6

The Art of Mindful Gardening

The Art of Mindful Walking

The Heart of Mindful Relationships

ISBN: 978-1-907332-59-3

ISBN: 978-1-907332-58-6

ISBN: 978-1-908005-29-8

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ISBN: 978-1-908005-76-2


Ivy Kids


August 2016

Astronaut Academy Are you ready for the challenge?

What’s it really like to be an astronaut on a mission to Mars? Well, kids will not only find out but can also train for their own missions in this exciting activity book. Once enrolled at the academy, they face a variety of challenges and missions that mimic the real-life tasks astronauts might have to perform in space. Specific activities include hand–eye coordination exercises, obstacle courses, building a balloon rocket, basic first-aid skills, how to deal with weightlessness – and doing fiddly things while wearing big gloves! ✤ Loads of great extras: sticker

sheets, press-out cards, a pull-out space poster, and a ‘Mission to Mars’ board game ✤ As readers progress through

the book they earn press-out badges, and can stamp each task they master with a ‘Mission Accomplished’ sticker

A jam-packed Space Goodies section includes stickers, a poster, a board game, press-outs, and a model space shuttle. Informative, interactive and fun, this book will appeal to all aspiring astronauts! Steve Martin has authored numerous children’s books on a wide range of subjects, including The Boys’ Book of Adventure, Architect Academy and Numberland. Jennifer Farley is an artist and illustrator based in

✤ Beautifully fresh artwork

makes every page a pleasure

Specification 240mm x 200mm • 64pp 4x4 • pb • est. 7,000 words 60 pics • includes stickers, poster and press-out model Age 7+ ISBN: 978-1-78240-393-7 August 2016 £9.99

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Ireland. Her designs are bright, colourful and filled with texture.


September 2016

Architect Academy Are you ready for the challenge?

Discover the essential skills you need along the way to becoming an architect in this innovative activity book. Architect Academy gives kids the know-how to plan and draw all sorts of structures, from bridges and schools to parks and pyramids. Activities range from designing a residential street or your perfect play park to learning some of the maths that architects need, how to read floor plans, and the basics of interior design.

✤ Encourages imaginative play and problem solving ✤ Fresh, contemporary artwork

helps to make basic design and space-planning concepts accessible ✤ Includes loads of great extras:

stickers, a pull-out poster, a game, and cards to play with

Specification 240mm x 200mm • 64pp 4x4 • pb • est. 7,000 words 60 pics • includes stickers, poster and press-out model Age 7+ ISBN: 978-1-78240-400-2 September 2016 £9.99

The Architect’s Toolbag section contains all sorts of goodies, such as Architect Task stickers to use when a challenge is completed, a pull-out poster, and press-out game cards to share with friends. Steve Martin is a writer, former English teacher, and author of numerous children’s books on a wide range of subjects, including The Boys’ Book of Adventure, Astronaut Academy and Numberland. Essi Kimpimaki is a freelance illustrator and printmaker

originally from Finland, land of a thousand lakes, but is currently based in Glasgow, where she arrived in 2007 to study illustration at Glasgow School of Art.

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July 2016

Secrets of Animal Camouflage A Shine-a-Light book

✤ Nonfiction first nature book

New light is thrown on the secrets of animal camouflage in this delightfully illustrated new Shine-a-Light title. Children will discover how animals hide by ingeniously adapting to their environment. From stick insects hiding on branches to the extraordinary owl butterfly with wing patterns that resemble the eyes of an owl, the simple text and beautiful illustrations reveal the secrets of this spectacular world.

pages by holding a light behind them, revealing the hidden image within the picture

The unique design of the book allows children to discover a ‘hidden’ image by holding the page up to a bright light. For children aged 3 and upwards this is the perfect introduction to the hidden mysteries of the natural world.

✤ Beautiful illustrations bring

Carron Brown has been a children’s nonfiction editor and

for young children ✤ Children can see through the

the subject to life

Specification 260mm x 260mm • 36pp 4x4 • hb • est. 1,500 words 40 pics Age 3+ ISBN: 978-1-78240-391-3 July 2016 £10.99

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writer for more than 16 years. She has written 11 books in the bestselling Ivy Kids Shine-a-Light series. Wesley Robins is an award-winning illustrator, with a degree in Illustration & Animation from Kingston University, London.


July 2016

The Human Body A Shine-a-Light book

Discover the secrets of the human body with this beautiful new Shine-a-Light title. Children can see muscles flex as a football is kicked, watch food travel through the digestive system as an apple is eaten, and take a peek at the skeleton holding a small boy upright while his height is measured. Sleep, dreaming, growing and illness are also included, along with many other secrets of the human body. ✤ A gentle introduction to

human anatomy for young readers

The unique design of the book allows children to discover a ‘hidden’ image by holding the page up to a bright light, or shining a torch behind the page.

✤ Reveal the hidden images

Carron Brown has been a children’s nonfiction editor

within the story by holding a light behind the pages

and writer for more than 16 years. She has written 11 books in the bestselling Ivy Kids Shine-a-Light series.

✤ Lively artwork makes the

Rachael Saunders is a recent graduate of Falmouth University, with a first-class degree in Illustration. Her work centres around colour, shape and texture to create vibrant and playful images.

subject fun, interesting and accessible

Specification 260mm x 260mm • 36pp 4x4 • hb • est. 1,500 words 40 pics Age 3+ ISBN: 978-1-78240-392-0 July 2016 £10.99

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Published

Shine-a-Light... series Titles in the bestselling Shine-a-Light series offer a novelty: the unseen aspects of everything from the rainforest to a plane, a train, or even a space station, are hidden away in images that spring into life as soon as you shine a torch behind each page or hold it up to the light. It’s a terrific way to introduce children to the layered nature of the world around them, and to encourage them to discover its secrets for themselves. ✤ Encourage

children to take a closer look at the world around them ✤ A range of

Secrets of the Apple Tree

Secrets of the Rainforest

Secrets of the Seashore

HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-068-4 £10.99 PB ISBN: 978-1-78240-286-2 £7.99

HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-149-0 £10.99 PB ISBN: 978-1-78240-183-4 £7.99

HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-110-0 £10.99 PB ISBN: 978-1-78240-236-7 £7.99

Secrets of the Vegetable Garden

Secrets of Winter

On the Construction Site

HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-277-0 £10.99

HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-269-5 £10.99

HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-323-4 £10.99

subjects to appeal to young fans of both natural wonders and machines

Specification 260mm x 260mm 36pp • 4x4 hb / pb est. 1,500 words 40 pics Age 3+ £10.99 / £7.99

On the Plane

On the Space Station

On the Train

HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-319-7 £10.99

HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-320-3 £10.99

HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-242-8 £10.99

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September 2016

This is Not a Science Book A smart art activity book

Discover the art of science with this innnovative and ingenious activity book, packed with creative projects and fun drawing challenges. This is Not a Science Book develops science knowledge by stealth, through drawing, sketching, making and colouring. From mapping out bones in the body to building amazing spinning rotocopters, and brilliant brain puzzles, the book’s stimulating activities are bound to get brains ticking and pens scribbling. ✤ Follow-up to the bestselling

title, This is Not a Maths Book

Charming text plus fascinating illustrations ensure that this book will entertain curious children for hours. Remember: this is NOT a science book … or is it?

✤ Templates for fun off-the-

Clive Gifford is an award-winning author of more than

page activities are included

200 books for children and young adults. His titles include Eye Benders, winner of the 2014 Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize.

✤ Award-winning kids’ author

Clive Gifford brings a new approach to scientific investigation

Charlotte Milner holds an illustration degree from Kingston University. She uses playful design to bring engaging clarity to nonfiction topics.

Specification 279mm x 216mm • 96pp 4x4 • pb with flaps est. 10,000 words 80 pics Age 9+ ISBN: 978-1-78240-397-5 September 2016 £9.99

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August 2016

Cut & Colour Playbook Cities

CLÉA DIEUDONNÉ

C U T&

COLOUR PLAYBOOK

CI T I E S

e n makow your R

E PAOPR A M A DI

✤ Featuring scenes inspired by

Paris, New York City, Moscow and London ✤ Activities to help children

develop dexterity, while building on their understanding of how colour and shape work together ✤ Lovely layered cities are

magically revealed as you work through the cut-and-colour pages

Specification 250mm x 250mm • 96pp 4x4 • pb with flaps est. 2,500 words • 96 pics Age 6+ ISBN: 978-1-78240-401-9 August 2016 £9.99

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Grab your scissors and some pencils or crayons and get ready to make some beautiful cityscapes with Cut & Colour Playbook: Cities. First, colour in the illustration and add your own details. Then, on the back of the page, follow the lines to snip away the parts you don’t need. At the end of the process, you will have built up your very own city scene by layering up the pages. Four cities feature, and an additional section gives children the chance to create their own diorama. An original twist on the colouring-book format, encouraging children to think through a multi-layered project in a fun and creative way. Cléa Diéudonne is an illustrator and a graduate of École Estienne, currently based in Berlin.


August 2016

Sticker, Shape, Create An art activity book

Sticker, Shape, Create is the first title in a stylish new art activity series for creative children, combining stickers and drawing. Using just a few basic sticker shapes and following simple step-by-step instructions, kids can build striking sticker pictures on a variety of backgrounds. Each spread features a different theme, from chirping birds and incredible insects to hot air balloons, fun cityscapes, fireworks and lots more.

✤ Includes over 1,500 stickers

on 20 additional sticker sheets ✤ Visual step-by-step

instructions are simple and accessible ✤ Thereza Rowe’s eye-catching

illustration style is both striking and friendly

Children can use pens or coloured pencils to add fun and imaginative details to the simply-shaped stickers, bringing the pictures to life. Each pull-out sticker sheet contains the same shapes in 10 different colours, so children can mix and match to create their own unique pictures and combinations. Thereza Rowe is a London-based illustrator. Her

favourite tools are colour, shape and imagination, and these elements make up the backbone of her work. She is the author of Hearts (Toon Books) and is currently working on her next children’s title.

Specification 297mm x 210mm 64pp plus 10 sticker sheets 4x4 • pb • est. 700 words 60 pics Age 6+ ISBN: 978-1-78240-394-4 August 2016 £8.99

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October 2016

Ancient Rome in 30 Seconds 30 fascinating topics for time detectives, explained in half a minute

With fast facts, mini missions and engaging artwork, Ancient Rome in 30 Seconds is an introduction to one of the world’s greatest ancient civilizations. Children will discover how ordinary Romans lived, what it was like to be a legionary and how the mighty Roman empire rose – and fell. Other topics cover Rome at war, religion and superstition, and great Roman inventions, from concrete to central heating.

✤ An attention-grabbing

approach to a popular curriculum-linked subject ✤ All about Ancient Rome: 30

fascinating topics covered at a cracking pace and with lively, engaging text ✤ Dynamic design combined

with appealing artwork – irresistible to children aged 8 and above

Specification 230mm x 180mm • 96pp 4x4 • pb • est. 14,000 words 100 pics Age 8+ ISBN: 978-1-78240-398-2 October 2016 £7.99

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Each topic is presented in a concise 30-second summary, supported by a 3-second flash soundbite and full-colour artwork. Fun, active elements for kids to make and do support the topics, encouraging them to test, explore and discover more. Simon Holland has written and edited a wide range of information books for adults and children for more than 15 years.


October 2016

Dinosaurs in 30 Seconds 30 amazing topics for dinosaur detectives, explained in half a minute

This fresh and exciting book takes young readers on a fascinating journey from the development of the first life-forms on the planet to the emergence of the dinosaurs – and their eventual extinction. Thirty key topics explore these fascinating creatures: how they evolved, what they ate, their social behaviour, what they looked like, and how we have come to understand them from their fossilized remains.

✤ A rapid-fire, entertaining

approach to a popular curriculum-linked subject ✤ All about the giants of the

past, covered in 30 selfcontained topics

Each topic is presented in a neat 30-second soundbite, supported by a 3-second flash summary and a full-page colourful artwork. Fun active ‘missions’ support the topics and encourage kids to find out more. Sean Callery is a children’s writer who has written many books, including titles describing animal life cycles and food chains. He lives in Oxfordshire, near a quarry where dinosaur remains have been found.

✤ Dinosaurs are presented in

engaging artwork placed in a lively design to give the book eye-catching appeal for children age 8 and up

Specification 230mm x 180mm • 96pp 4x4 • pb • est. 14,000 words 100 pics Age 8+ ISBN: 978-1-78240-399-9 October 2016 £7.99

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30 Seconds... series Popular subjects presented in short, sharp soundbites of information and placed in context with plenty of gorgeous annotated illustration make the 30-Seconds books great learning tools for kids. They’ll absorb the information without even noticing as they make their way through the 30 lively topic spreads in each title, whether they’re learning how the Ancient Egyptians made mummification work or exactly what it is that causes a tsunami or an earthquake. Earth in 30 Seconds ISBN: 978-1-78240-109-4 ✤ Complicated subjects

broken into appetizing, easily swallowed nuggets of knowledge ✤ Colourful, dense and detailed

artworks take the reader right inside every situation ✤ Curriculum-linked topics

make these books useful as well as fun

Ancient Egypt in 30 Seconds ISBN: 978-1-78240-237-4

The Human Body in 30 Seconds ISBN: 978-1-78240-147-6

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ISBN: 978-1-78240-316-6

Space in 30 Seconds ISBN: 978-1-908005-73-1


Specification 230mm x 180mm 96pp • 4x4 • pb est. 14,000 words 100 pics Age 8+ £7.99

Myths in 30 Seconds

Science Ideas in 30 Seconds

ISBN: 978-1-908005-74-8

ISBN: 978-1-78240-108-7

INSECTS

IN 30 SECONDS

30 fascinating topics for bug boffins explained in half a minute! Readers are invited on a trail of discovery through the amazing world of insects, with fast facts, exciting mini missions and quick, bite-sized summaries to guide them. Filled with fun and fresh explanatory artwork, it is the perfect introduction to one of the largest animal groups on Earth for all budding entomologists.

INSECTS IN 30 SECONDS Anna Claybourne

Robins is a London-based or. He creates children’s ards and paper toys.

Published

Price: £9.99

The Human Brain in 30 Seconds

Specification 230mm x 180mm 96pp • 4x4 • pb est. 14,000 words 100 pics IN SECONDS Age 8+ Anna Claybourne £7.99

INSECTS 30

READ 30 fast and fascinating topics about insects

UNDERSTAND

insect bodies, and how the skeleton is on the outside

EXPLORE

what life is like in ant, bee and termite colonies

LEARN

what insects eat, how they hunt and protect themselves

DISCOVER

how insects are important to human survival

30

fascinating topics for bug boffins explained in half a minute

PLUS!!! 3-second topic flashes, amazing facts, and 3-minute missions throughout!

Illustrated by Wesley Robins Consultant: Dr Patrice Bouchard

Insects in 30 Seconds

Inventions in 30 Seconds

ISBN: 978-1-78240-284-8

ISBN: 978-1-78240-148-3

ISBN: 978-1-78240-325-8

Specification 230mm x 180mm 96pp • 4x4 • pb with flaps est. 14,000 words 100 pics Age 8+ £7.99

Weather in 30 Seconds

Oceans in 30 Seconds

ISBN: 978-1-78240-285-5

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Ivy Press Books by Category


Ivy Press

How to Read Paris

How to Read New York

Architectural Details

The Grammar of Ornament

Ladies of Letterpress

1000 Fonts

What is Typography?

What is Graphic Design?

Draw Your Own Fonts

Chris Rogers h 165mm x w 135mm 256pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 44,000 words | 400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-406-4 £9.99

Owen Jones h 235mm x w 196mm 496pp | 4x4 | hb est. 82,000 words | 2,370 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-331-9 £24.99

David Jury h 198mm x w 153mm 192pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 36,500 words | 210 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-421-7 £12.99

Will Jones h 165mm x w 135mm 256pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 47,000 words | 400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-410-1 £9.99

Jessica C. White & Kseniya Thomas h 355mm x w 280mm 192pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 36,000 words 86 detachable posters ISBN: 978-1-78240-229-9 £24.99

Quentin Newark h 198mm x w 153mm 192pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 36,500 words | 210 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-420-0 £12.99

Emily Cole h 235mm x w 196mm 352pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 104,000 words | 750 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-169-8 £14.99

Bob Gordon h 200mm x w 150mm 512pp | 4x4 | pb est. 55,000 words | 250 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-287-9 £14.99

Tony Seddon h 235mm x w 210mm 160pp | 2x2 | pb with flaps est. 14,000 words | 300 pics ISBN: 978-1-908005-81-6 £12.99

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PAPER CHESS

MARK GRIFFITHS

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Paper Chess is not merely a book, it’s a complete chess set! Press out the parts from the templates, glue them together and add a coin to weigh down each piece. The result is a collectible set of stylish black and white chess pieces. Your board is contained in the book cover, and the rules and strategies are all included. As much fun to make as it is to play, this book is the perfect introduction to the world’s greatest board game.

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PAPER CHESS Create your own chess set with a detachable board and 2 full sets of punch-out pieces

Paper Chess is the perfect introduction for players of all levels to the fascinating worlds of chess and paper folding. It has everything that you need to play the game, including an instruction book, a detachable board and sturdy punch-out paper templates for constructing a complete set of pieces. A guide to chess offers a clear and concise explanation of the basic rules, covering the relative strengths, weaknesses and special moves of every piece, so that you can start using them to great effect in your games. Clear instructions and step-by-step diagrams explain how to fold your own beautiful paper chess set from the templates provided. With all the materials you need to get started, this is the complete masterclass in paper folding and playing chess.

PROJECTS TO MAKE

KELL BLACK

Kell Black is Professor of Art at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee. A veteran paper engineer, he has work featured in the permanent collections of the Tennessee State Museum.

KELL BLACK

S T E V E TO M A S H E K

WITH JOHN SAUNDERS

Printed in China

John Saunders is the editor of British Chess Magazine, the world’s oldest chess periodical (founded in 1881). He has represented Wales in international tournaments.

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Woodworking for the Weekend

Tiny Whittling

Paper Chess

Colour Paris

Colour New York

Colour London

100 Simple Paper Flowers

Paper London

Mark Griffiths h 276mm x w 219mm 192pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 40,000 words | 300 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-057-8 £18.99

Hennie Haworth h 356mm x w 254mm 48pp with one gatefold | 1x1 pb with flaps | est. 3,000 words 20 perforated scenes ISBN: 978-1-78240-336-4 £9.99 (inc. VAT)

Kelsey Elam h 250mm x w 200mm 192pp | 4x4 | pb with jacket est. 32,000 words | 300 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-308-1 £14.99 46 | IVY PRESS

Steve Tomashek h 230mm x w 190mm 112pp | 4x4 | pb est. 26,000 words | 350 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-378-4 £9.99

Emma Kelly h 356mm x w 254mm 48pp with one gatefold | 1x1 pb with flaps | est. 3,000 words 20 perforated scenes ISBN: 978-1-78240-335-5 £9.99 (inc. VAT)

Kell Black h 202mm x w 252mm 48pp inclusive of 32pp perforated templates | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 7,000 words | 50 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-259-6 £9.99

Kell Black h 280mm x w 280mm 80pp inclusive of 64pp perforated templates | 4x4 | pb with chessboard flap | est. 7,000 words | 500 pics ISBN: 978-1-905695-82-9 £9.99

Hennie Haworth h 356mm x w 254mm 48pp with one gatefold | 1x1 pb with flaps | est. 3,000 words 20 perforated scenes ISBN: 978-1-78240-337-1 £9.99 (inc. VAT)


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Knit Your Own Zombie

A Block a Day

A Square a Day

Practical Calligraphy

Practical Landscape Painting

Practical Pastels

Fiona Goble h 220mm x w 180mm 80pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 28,000 words | 110 pics ISBN: 978-1-908005-48-9 £9.99

George Thomson h 175mm x w 175mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb est. 20,000 words | 200 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-279-4 £7.99

Lucinda Ganderton h 275mm x w 200mm 288pp | 4x4 | hb concealed wiro est. 85,000 words | 400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-282-4 £19.99

David Hollis h 175mm x w 175mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb est. 21,000 words | 200 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-280-0 £7.99

Tracey Lord h 275mm x w 200mm 288pp | 4x4 | hb concealed wiro est. 125,000 words | 400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-141-4 £19.99

Curtis Tappenden h 176mm x w 141mm 144pp | 4x4 | pb est. 16,000 words | 150 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-240-4 £7.99

Practical Watercolours Curtis Tappenden h 176mm x w 141mm 144pp | 4x4 | pb est. 17,000 words | 150 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-241-1 £7.99

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CHICKEN & EGG An egg-centric guide to raising poultry

Andy Cawthray & James Hermes

Skeletons

Andrew Kirk h 205mm x w 170mm 256pp | 2x2 | hb est. 45,000 words | 500 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-402-6 £14.99

Bird Brain

Dr Nathan Emery h 253mm x w 203mm 192pp | 4x4 | hb est. 40,000 words | 175 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-314-2 £20

Chicken & Egg

Andy Cawthray & James Hermes h 234mm x w 173mm 176pp | 4x4 | pb est. 56,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-200-8 £14.99

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Owls

A GUIDE TO EVERY SPECIES Marianne Taylor

Owls

Marianne Taylor h 300mm x w 225mm 256pp | 4x4 | hb with jacket and fold-out poster est. 70,000 words | 200 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-404-0 £30

Hummingbirds

The Bee

Jellyfish

Seahorses

Michael Fogden, Marianne Taylor & Sheri L. Williamson h 200mm x w 150mm 400pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 85,000 words | 320 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-422-4 £14.99

Noah Wilson-Rich h 235mm x w 196mm 224pp | 4x4 | hb est. 61,000 words | 250 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-107-0 £19.99

A natural history and species guide

WHALES, DOLPHINS & PORPOISES Editor Annalisa Berta

Whales, Dolphins & Porpoises

Annalisa Berta h 240mm x w 276mm 288pp | 4x4 | hb with jacket est. 104,000 words | 750 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-152-0 £29.99 48 | IVY PRESS

Lisa-ann Gershwin h 240mm x w 210mm 224pp | 4x4 | hb est. 40,000 words | 150 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-322-7 £19.99

Sara Lourie h 200mm x w 150mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 30,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-321-0 £16.99


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Ponsonby’s Sea Creatures

Ponsonby’s Insects & Spiders

The Book of Beetles

The Book of Eggs

The Book of Frogs

The Book of Fungi

Professor Georges Dussart & Dr David Ponsonby h 165mm x w 137mm 288pp | 4x4 | hb est. 34,000 words | 500 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-245-9 £12.99

Mark E. Hauber h 270mm x w 180mm 656pp | 4x4 | hb with jacket est. 190,000 words | 2,400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-047-9 £29.99

Claire Beverley & Dr David Ponsonby h 165mm x w 137mm 288pp | 4x4 | hb est. 29,000 words | 500 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-244-2 £12.99

Tim Halliday h 270mm x w 180mm 656pp | 4x4 | hb with jacket est. 193,000 words | 2,400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-278-7 £29.99

Patrice Bouchard h 270mm x w 180mm 656pp | 4x4 | hb with jacket est. 192,000 words | 2,400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-049-3 £29.99

Peter Roberts & Shelley Evans h 270mm x w 180mm 656pp | 4x4 | hb with jacket est. 177,000 words | 2,400 pics ISBN: 978-1-908005-85-4 £29.99

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SEEDS Safeguarding Our Future

The Book of Leaves

Allen J. Coombes h 270mm x w 180mm 656pp | 4x4 | hb with jacket est. 195,000 words | 2,400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-330-2 £29.99

Seeds

Carolyn Fry h 240mm x w 168mm 192pp | 4x4 | hb est. 50,000 words | 250 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-324-1 £19.99

The Cell

Jack Challoner h 240mm x w 210mm 192pp | 4x4 | hb est. 56,000 words | 250 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-207-7 £19.99 IVY PRESS | 49


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Virus

The Science of Stress

Tennis Science

Anatomy

30-Second Anatomy

30-Second Biology

30-Second Ancient Egypt

30-Second Ancient Rome

30-Second Ancient Greece

Dr Marilyn J. Roossinck h 240mm x w 168mm 256pp | 4x4 | hb est. 60,000 words | 350 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-326-5 £25

Christoper Joseph h 165mm x w 135mm 320pp | 4x4 | hb est. 50,000 words | 350 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-127-8 £9.99

Peter Der Manuelian h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 31,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-132-2 £14.99 50 | IVY PRESS

Gregory Fricchione h 240mm x w 210mm 176pp | 4x4 | hb est. 45,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-407-1 £20

Gabrielle M. Finn h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 32,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-039-4 £14.99

Matthew Nicholls h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 32,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-131-5 £14.99

Professor Bruce Elliot h 250mm x w 228mm 192pp | 4x4 | hb est. 70,000 words | 400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-248-0 £20

Nicholas H. Battey & Mark Fellowes h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 32,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-389-0 £14.99

Matthew Nicholls h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 32,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-388-3 £14.99


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30-Second Ancient China

30-Second Mythology

30-Second Religion

30-Second Architecture

30-Second Leonardo da Vinci

30-Second Shakespeare

30-Second Wine

30-Second Opera

Yijie Zhuang h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 30,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-270-1 £14.99

Edward Denison h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 31,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-040-0 £14.99

30-Second Photography Brian Dilg h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 33,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-261-9 £14.99

Robert A. Segal h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 31,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-096-7 £14.99

Marina Wallace h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 31,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-083-7 £14.99

Gérard Basset h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 32,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-271-8 £14.99

Russell Re Manning h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 29,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-234-3 £14.99

Dr Rosalind Barber h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 29,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-260-2 £14.99

Hugo Shirley h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 33,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-272-5 £14.99 IVY PRESS | 51


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30-SECOND METEOROLOGY

The 50 most significant events and phenomena, each explained in half a minute

Editor Adam Scaife

30-Second Jazz

30-Second Meteorology

30-Second Newton

30-Second Physics

30-Second Fashion

30-Second Einsten

Fashion Details

What if Einstein was Wrong?

Dave Gelly h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 31,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-309-8 £14.99

Brian Clegg h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 32,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-312-8 £14.99

Adam Scaife h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 35,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-310-4 £14.99

Dr Rebecca Arnold h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 32,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-390-6 £14.99

Brian Clegg h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 30,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-311-1 £14.99

Brian Clegg h 230mm x w 180mm 160pp | 4x4 | hb est. 32,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-389-0 £14.99

WARFARE A VISUAL HISTORY

The ultimate illustrated guide, from the Ancient World to the American Civil War General editor Tim Newark

Warfare: A Visual History Tim Newark h 235mm x w 196mm 320pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 87,000 words | 1,000 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-423-1 £14.99 52 | IVY PRESS

Melissa Leventon h 235mm x w 196mm 352pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 95,000 words | 1,000 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-417-0 £16.99

Brian Clegg h 216mm x w 155mm 160pp | 4x4 | pb est. 38,000 words | 60 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-250-3 £8.99


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THE BOOK of KNOTS GEOFFREY BUDWORTH & JASON DALTON

200 PRACTICAL KNOTS FOR SAILORS, CLIMBERS, CAMPERS & OTHER ADVENTURERS

Royal Love Stories

Notable Boats

The Book of Knots

The Directory of Flags

The Sherlock Holmes School of Self-Defence

Jane Austen’s Guide to Modern Life’s Dilemmas

Gill Paul h 236mm x w 156mm 192pp | 2x2 | hb est. 56,000 words | 200 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-150-6 £12.99

Charlotte Greig h 165mm x w 135mm 224pp | 4x4 | hb est. 36,000 words | 400 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-281-7 £9.99

Nic Compton h 210mm x w 225mm 176pp | 4x4 | hb est. 30,000 words | 80 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-415-6 £20

E.W. Barton Wright h 178mm x w 110mm 128pp | 2x2 | hb est. 14,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-907332-73-9 £8.99

Geoffrey Budworth & Jason Dalton h 165mm x w 135mm 320pp | 4x4 | hb est. 31,000 words | 250 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-366-1 £9.99

Rebecca Smith h 208mm x w 146mm 224pp | 2x2 | pb est. 60,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-164-3 £8.99

ADAM FORD

STA ST ARS STARS A family guide to

THE NIGHT SKY

EXP THE COS LORE YOUR OWN MOS FROM BACKYARD! Wit

h es, stickergam s, more and

How to Avoid a Lightning Strike

Nic Compton h 245mm x w 145mm 352pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 78,000 words | 900 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-168-1 £12.99

The Darkside Zodiac Stella Hyde h 190mm x w 150mm 400pp | 4x4 | pb est. 85,000 words | 350 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-366-1 £9.99

Stars

Adam Ford h 180mm x w 210mm 48pp plus 32pp of extras | 4x4 hb drilled binding est. 9,000 words | 300 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-276-3 £9.99 IVY PRESS | 53


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A Cat-Lover’s Miscellany Mike Darton h 185mm x w 115mm 96pp | 1x1 | hb est. 35,000 words | 50 pics ISBN: 978-1-905695-88-1 £7.99

A Dog-Lover’s Miscellany Mike Darton h 185mm x w 115mm 96pp | 1x1 | hb est. 35,000 words | 50 pics ISBN: 978-1-905695-70-6 £7.99

Tail Talk

Sophie Collins h 195mm x w 145mm 128pp | 4x4 | pb est. 21,000 words | 120 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-291-6 £7.99

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Why Does My Cat Do That?

Fun & Games for a Smarter Dog

Sophie Collins h 195mm x w 145mm 128pp | 4x4 | pb est. 28,000 words | 170 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-129-2 £7.99

Catherine Davidson h 195mm x w 145mm 128pp | 4x4 | pb est. 27,000 words | 170 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-128-5 £7.99

50 Games to Play with Your Dog

50 Games to Play with Your Cat

The Healthy Dog Cookbook

Suellen Dainty h 195mm x w 145mm 128pp | 4x4 | pb est. 20,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-354-8 £7.99 54 | IVY PRESS

Jackie Strachan h 195mm x w 145mm 128pp | 4x4 | pb est. 19,000 words | 160 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-353-1 £7.99

Andrew Banks h 234mm x w 173mm 176pp | 4x4 | pb est. 39,000 words | 200 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-405-7 £9.99

Jonna Anne h 195mm x w 145mm 128pp | 4x4 | pb est. 16,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-357-9 £7.99


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Beautiful Cats

Beautiful Dogs

Beautiful Goats

Beautiful Horses

Beautiful Owls

10,000 Ghost Stories

10,000 Cocktails

How to Make Tea

How to Make Coffee

Darlene Arden & Nick Mays h 210mm x w 250mm 112pp | 4x4 | pb est. 17,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-106-3 £12.99

Liz Wright h 210mm x w 250mm 112pp | 4x4 | pb est. 18,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-042-4 £12.99

Kim Davies h 197mm x w 137mm 56pp (of which 48pp are cut into three parts) | 4x4 | hb concealed wiro est. 5,000 words | 28 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-274-9 £9.99

Carolyn Menteith h 210mm x w 250mm 112pp | 4x4 | pb est. 18,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-075-2 £12.99

Steven Richardson h 210mm x w 250mm 112pp | 4x4 | pb est. 19,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-908005-97-7 £12.99

Brian R. Keating & Kim Long h 184mm x w 127mm 160pp | 2x2 | hb est. 34,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-275-6 £12.99

Jennifer Parish h 210mm x w 250mm 112pp | 4x4 | pb est. 18,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-056-1 £12.99

Lisa K. Weber & Jason Hook h 197mm x w 137mm 56pp (of which 48pp are cut into three parts) | 4x4 | hb concealed wiro est. 9,000 words | 28 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-130-8 £9.99

Lani Kingston h 184mm x w 127mm 160pp | 2x2 | hb est. 34,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-201-5 £12.99

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The Domestic Alchemist

Jessica’s Raw Chocolate Recipes

Heirloom Plants

Good Companions

Beds & Borders

Compost

Soil, Soul, Society

Moments of Mindfulness

Naturally Mindful

Pip Waller h 220mm x w 180mm 256pp | 4x4 | hb est. 81,000 words | 300 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-143-8 £19.99

Josie Jeffery h 230mm x w 140mm 104pp (of which 52pp are cut into three parts) | 4x4 | hb concealed wiro est. 23,000 words | 300 pics ISBN: 978-1-908005-71-7 £9.99

Satish Kumar h 209mm x w 156mm 176pp | 2x2 | pb est. 44,000 words | 12 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-235-0 £9.99 56 | LEAPING HARE PRESS

Jessica Fenton h 220mm x w 220mm 96pp | 4x4 | hb est. 26,000 words | 65 pics ISBN: 978-1-907332-71-5 £9.99

Simon Maughan & Jane Courtier h 230mm x w 140mm 104pp (of which 52pp are cut into three parts) | 4x4 | hb concealed wiro est. 29,000 words | 300 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-153-7 £9.99

h 135mm x w 110mm 160pp | 1x1 | hb est. 9,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-251-0 £5.99

Thomas Etty & Lorraine Harrison h 226mm x w 168mm 224pp | 4x4 | hb est. 72,000 words | 200 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-317-3 £18.99

Ben Raskin h 180mm x w 210mm 48pp plus 32pp of extras | 4x4 hb drilled binding est. 12,000 words | 300 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-048-6 £9.99

h 135mm x w 110mm 160pp | 1x1 | hb est. 9,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-416-3 £5.99


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The Art of Mindful Gardening Ark Redwood h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 31,000 words ISBN: 978-1-907332-59-3 £8.99

The Art of Mindful Baking

Julia Ponsonby h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 34,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-080-6 £8.99

Mindfulness & the Art of Drawing Wendy Ann Greenhalgh h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 34,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-283-1 £8.99

Galileo & the Art of Ageing Mindfully

The Mindfulness in Knitting Meditations on Craft and Calm

Wisdom from the Night Skies

Rachael Matthews

The Mindfulness in Knitting

Rachael Matthews h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 30,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-418-7 £8.99

Adam Ford

The Art of Mindful of Singing Jeremy Dion h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 30,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-419-4 £8.99

Galileo & the Art of Ageing Mindfully Adam Ford h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 33,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-243-5 £8.99

The Art of Mindful Silence Adam Ford h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 32,000 words ISBN: 978-1-908005-11-3 £8.99

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Mindfulness & the Art of Managing Anger

The Art of Mindful Walking

Einstein & the Art of Mindful Cycling

Mindfulness and Surfing

The Heart of Mindful Relationships

Mindfulness for Black Dogs & Blue Days

Mike Fisher h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 32,000 words ISBN: 978-1-908005-30-4 £8.99

Sam Bleakley h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 32,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-329-6 £8.99

Happiness and How it Happens The Happy Buddha h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 32,000 words ISBN: 978-1-907332-93-7 £8.99

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Adam Ford h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 31,000 words ISBN: 978-1-907332-58-6 £8.99

Maria Arpa h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 30,000 words ISBN: 978-1-9008005-29-8 £8.99

Zen & the Path of Mindful Parenting

Clea Danaan h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 33,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-154-4 £8.99

Ben Irvine h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 32,000 words ISBN: 978-1-908005-47-2 £8.99

Richard Gilpin h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 32,000 words ISBN: 978-1-907332-92-0 £8.99


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Mindfulness & the Journey of Bereavement

Mindfulness & the Natural World

Mindfulness & the Art of Urban Living

Mindfulness & Compassion

Mindfulness at Work

Mindfulness for Unravelling Anxiety

Peter Bridgewater h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 35,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-206-0 £8.99

The Happy Buddha h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 35,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-288-6 £8.99

Claire Thomson h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 33,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-102-5 £8.99

Maria Arpa h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 33,000 words ISBN: 978-1-908005-76-2 £8.99

Adam Ford h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 33,000 words ISBN: 978-1-908005-77-9 £8.99

Richard Gilpin h 200mm x w 130mm 144pp | 1x1 | hb est. 30,000 words ISBN: 978-1-78240-318-0 £8.99

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On the Plane

On the Space Station

Carron Brown & Bee Johnson h 260mm x w 260mm 36pp | 4x4 | hb est. 1,500 words | 40 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-320-3 Age 3+ £10.99

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Carron Brown & Bee Johnson h 260mm x w 260mm 36pp | 4x4 | hb est. 1,200 words | 40 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-242-8 Age 3+ £10.99

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Who’s hiding in the wild?

A SHINE - A - LIGHT BOOK

Shine a light behind the page and see …

Explore animal habitats up close and you will find a world filled with great surprises!

From an Arctic fox peeping out of the snow to a blue-ringed octopus buried into the sandy seabed,

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On the Construction Site

Carron Brown & Bee Johnson h 260mm x w 260mm 36pp | 4x4 | hb est. 1,200 words | 40 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-269-5 Age 3+ £10.99

Secrets of Winter

Carron Brown & Georgina Tee h 260mm x w 260mm 36pp | 4x4 | hb est. 1,200 words | 40 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-277-0 Age 3+ £10.99 60 | IVY KIDS

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Secrets of the Human Body Carron Brown & Rachael Saunders h 260mm x w 260mm 36pp | 4x4 | hb est. 1,500 words | 40 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-392-0 Age 3+ £10.99

Secrets of the Seashore

Carron Brown & Alyssa Nassner h 260mm x w 260mm 36pp | 4x4 | hb / pb est. 1,200 words | 40 pics HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-110-0 PB ISBN: 978-1-78240-236-7 Age 3+ £10.99 / £7.99

Secrets of Animal Camouflage

Carron Brown & Wesley Robins h 260mm x w 260mm 36pp | 4x4 | hb est. 1,500 words | 40 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-391-3 Age 3+ £10.99

Secrets of the Rainforest Carron Brown & Alyssa Nassner h 260mm x w 260mm 36pp | 4x4 | hb / pb est. 1,100 words | 40 pics HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-149-0 PB ISBN: 978-1-78240-183-4 Age 3+ £10.99 / £7.99


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Secrets of the Apple Tree

Carron Brown & Alyssa Nassner h 260mm x w 260mm 36pp | 4x4 | hb / pb est. 1,300 words | 40 pics HB ISBN: 978-1-78240-068-4 PB ISBN: 978-1-78240-286-2 Age 3+ £10.99 / £7.99

At the Animal Ball

Nick Battey & Mark Fellowes h 260mm x w 210mm 26pp (of which 22 pages are cut into three parts) | 4x4 | board book est. 500 words | 10 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-230-5 Age 3+ £12.99

Secrets of the Vegetable Garden

Outdoor Wonderland

Where’s Will?

Eye Benders

Carron Brown & Giordano Poloni h 260mm x w 260mm 36pp | 4x4 | hb est. 1,200 words | 40 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-323-4 Age 3+ £10.99

Tilly h 297mm x w 250mm 48pp | 4x4 | hb est. 6,000 words | 300 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-228-2 Age 6+ £9.99

Josie Jeffery h 279mm x w 216mm 80pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 12,000 words | 260 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-082-0 Age 7+ £9.99

Clive Gifford & Professor Anil Seth h 250mm x w 200mm 64pp | 4x4 | hb est. 13,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-084-4 Age 10+ £9.99

T h is i s n o t a S CI E N C E b o o k

A Smart Art Activit y Book

Clive Gifford This_is_not_a_science_book_BLAD.indd 1

Brain Twisters

Clive Gifford & Professor Anil Seth h 250mm x w 200mm 64pp | 4x4 | hb est. 13,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-204-6 Age 10+ £9.99

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This is Not a Science Book Clive Gifford h 297mm x w 216mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 10,000 words | 80 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-397-5 Age 9+ £9.99

This is Not a Maths Book Anna Weltman h 297mm x w 216mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 10,000 words | 80 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-205-3 Age 9+ £9.99

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NEW COVER DESIGNS

Ancient Rome in 30 Seconds

Dinosaurs in 30 Seconds

Earth in 30 Seconds

Myths in 30 Seconds

Science Ideas in 30 Seconds

Ancient Egypt in 30 Seconds

Simon Holland h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb est. 14,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-398-2 Age 8+ £7.99

Sean Callery h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb est. 14,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-399-9 Age 8+ £7.99

Anita Ganeri h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb est. 13,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-908005-74-8 Age 8+ £7.99

Dr Mike Goldsmith h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb est. 14,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-108-7 Age 8+ £7.99

The Human Body in 30 Seconds

The Human Brain in 30 Seconds

Anna Claybourne h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 14,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-147-6 Age 8+ £7.99 62 | IVY KIDS

Clive Gifford h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 14,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-325-8 Age 8+ £7.99

Anita Ganeri h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb est. 13,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-109-4 Age 8+ £7.99

Cath Senker h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 14,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-237-4 Age 8+ £7.99

Insects in 30 Seconds Anna Claybourne h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 15,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-284-8 Age 8+ £7.99


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Inventions in 30 Seconds

Dr Mike Goldsmith h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 14,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-148-3 Age 8+ £7.99

Oceans in 30 Seconds

Leonardo da Vinci in 30 Seconds

Jen Green h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 14,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-239-8 Age 8+ £7.99

Paul Harrison h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 15,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-316-6 Age 8+ £7.99 ASTRONAUT ACADEMY

ASTRONAUT ACADEMY

ASTRONAUT ACADEMY

WITH

STICKERS,

Discover how astronauts train for living and working in space and, at the same time, learn some of the skills they need to live in space, including how to dock your space craft and grow your own space food. Extra tasks include building a paper space ship and making a balloon rocket.

&

CUT-OUT MODEL

STEVE MARTIN & JENNIFER FARLEY

So, strap on your moon boots, grab your space kit and prepare for the adventureof a lifetime at the Astronaut Academy!

POSTER

example

ARE YOU READY FOR THE CHALLENGE? Price: £9.99

Space in 30 Seconds

Clive Gifford h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 14,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-908005-73-1 Age 8+ £7.99

STEVE MARTIN & JENNIFER FARLEY

Weather in 30 Seconds

Astronaut Academy

Do Nice, Be Kind, Spread Happy

Be The Change, Make It Happen

Jen Green h 230mm x w 180mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 15,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-285-5 Age 8+ £7.99

Steve Martin & Jennifer Farley h 240mm x w 200mm 64pp | 4x4 | pb plus extras est. 7,000 words | 60 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-393-7 Age 7+ £9.99

WITH

STICKERS,

POSTER &

PRESS-OUT MODEL

HE EC TH CH RT HA OR FO AL YF LL DY LE AD EA EN A RE NG UR OU GE YO EY RE E? AR ? STEVE MARTIN & ESSI KIMPIMAKI

Architect Academy

Steve Martin & Essi Kimpimaki h 240mm x w 200mm 64pp | 4x4 | pb plus extras est. 7,000 words | 60 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-400-2 Age 7+ £9.99

Bernadette Russell h 279mm x w 216mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 8,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-105-6 Age 7+ £9.99

Bernadette Russell h 279mm x w 216mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 8,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-328-9 Age 7+ £9.99 IVY KIDS | 63


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My Fashion Label

A Year In My Life

Wendy Ward h 210mm x w 148mm 128pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 6,000 words | 250 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-065-3 Age 10+ £8.99

Lucy Menzies & Tilly h 210mm x w 148mm 160pp | 4x4 | pb est. 5,000 words | 180 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-313-5 Age 9+ £6.99

Explore and Draw Pattern Georgia Amson-Bradshaw h 297mm x w 210mm 64pp | 4x4 | pb est. 1,500 words | 64 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-140-7 Age 6+ £8.99

CLÉA DIEUDONNÉ

C U T&

COLOUR PLAYBOOK

CI T I E S

e n makow your R

E PAOPR A M A DI

Sticker, Shape, Create

Thereza Rowe h 297mm x w 210mm 64pp plus 10 sticker sheets 4x4 | pb | est. 700 words | 60 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-394-4 Age 6+ £8.99

Cut & Colour Playbook: Cities Cléa Dieudonné h 250mm x w 250mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb wih flaps est. 2,500 words | 96 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-401-9 Age 6+ £9.99

BUILD!

ILD!

d how archaeologists piece things to work out what they ective solving a crime, they ball buried in rubble, a mass hoe – all these things mean an archaeologist.

e and siege warfare. Discover medieval castle and what they d with this new knowledge, you e of piecing together your own D model castle.

Paper Toy Archaeology

our chance to rchaeologist!

secrets of the past.

Become an archaeologi st and

discover how people lived in medieval times.

Build an awesome

ANNALIE SEAMAN

Price: £12.99

Step into an archaeological dig site and unearth the

Paper Toyology Archae

3D model of a medieval castle under siege.

POP OUT & BUILD

A CASTLE BATTLE SCENE

Written by ANNALIE SEAMAN

Illustrated by CHARLIE SIMPSON & ROB TURPIN

Consultant MARC MORRIS

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Build! A Knight’s Castle

Annalie Seaman h 297mm x w 210mm 80pp with perforated pieces 4x4 | pb | est. 4,500 words | 350 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-273-2 Age 7+ £12.99 64 | IVY KIDS

Excavate! Dinosaurs

Jonathan Tennant h 297mm x w 210mm 80pp with perforated pieces 4x4 | pb | est. 6,500 words | 350 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-144-5 Age 7+ £12.99

Cut & Colour Playbook: Seasons Anouck Boisrobert h 250mm x w 250mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb wih flaps est. 2,500 words | 96 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-315-9 Age 6+ £9.99


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The Art of Making Shadows

Make Faces

Make Buildings

Make a Mobile

Paper Aliens

Paper Robots

Paper Pets

Paper Play

Christmas Paper Play

Sophie Collins h 165mm x w 135mm 288pp | 2x2 | pb est. 12,500 words | 130 pics ISBN: 978-1-905695-45-4 Age 8+ £7.99

Lydia Crook h 297 x w 210mm 76pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 4,000 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-908005-80-9 Age 7+ £12.99

Ruby Taylor & Richard Jewitt h 297mm x w 210mm 68pp with perforated pieces 4x4 | pb | est. 3,000 words | 250 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-208-4 Age 8+ £9.99

Christopher Harrisson & Abigail Burch h 279 x w 216mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 1,500 words | 100 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-067-7 Age 5+ £9.99

Jennifer Bryan h 297 x w 210mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 9,000 words | 100 pics 20 perforated toys and 20 game cards ISBN: 978-1-78240-363-0 Age 8+ £8.99

Lydia Crook h 297mm x w 210mm 112pp | 2x2 | pb with flaps est. 4,000 words | 250 pics ISBN: 978-1-908005-79-3 Age 7+ £9.99

Sara Hurst & Charlotte Farmer h 279 x w 216mm 112pp | 1x1 | pb with flaps est. 1,500 words | 150 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-327-2 Age 6+ £9.99

Alexander Gwynne h 297 x w 210mm 96pp | 4x4 | pb with flaps est. 9,000 words | 100 pics 20 perforated toys and 20 game cards ISBN: 978-1-78240-362-3 Age 8+ £8.99

Lydia Crook h 297mm x w 210mm 112pp | 2x2 | pb with flaps est. 4,000 words | 250 pics ISBN: 978-1-78240-247-3 Age 7+ £9.99

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Stationery

The Circus Illusion Stationery Box

A Box of Beetles

A Box of Frogs

Melvyn Evans h 140mm x w 108mm Pack: h 122mm x w 153mm x d 44mm Contents: 10 illusion cards | 2 cards of each 5 designs ISBN: 978-1-78240-289-3 £12.99 (inc. VAT)

h 143mm x w 99mm 16pp | 2x2 | pb est. 12,000 words | 10 pics Pack: 160mm x w 105mm x d 76mm Contents: 100 postcards separated with 10 dividers ISBN: 978-1-78240-238-1 £14.99 (inc. VAT)

Beautiful Cats Postcard Book

Beautiful Dogs Postcard Book

Beautiful Cows Postcard Book

Beautiful Horses Postcard Book

Beautiful Sheep Postcard Book

h 120mm x w 175mm 30 perforated postcards | full colour postcards with two-colour backs ISBN: 978-1-78240-165-0 £7.99 (inc. VAT)

h 120mm x w 175mm 30 perforated postcards | full colour postcards with two-colour backs ISBN: 978-1-78240-249-7 £7.99 (inc. VAT) 66 | IVY PRESS

h 120mm x w 175mm 30 perforated postcards | full colour postcards with two-colour backs ISBN: 978-1-78240-166-7 £7.99 (inc. VAT)

h 120mm x w 175mm 30 perforated postcards | full colour postcards with two-colour backs ISBN: 978-1-907332-11-1 £6.99 (inc. VAT)

h 143mm x w 99mm 16pp | 2x2 | pb est. 12,000 words | 10 pics Pack: 160mm x w 105mm x d 76mm Contents: 100 postcards separated with 10 dividers ISBN: 978-1-78240-355-7 £14.99 (inc. VAT)

h 120mm x w 175mm 30 perforated postcards | full colour postcards with two-colour backs ISBN: 978-1-907332-10-4 £6.99 (inc. VAT)


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