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JANUARY TO

JUNE

2020


contents FRONTlisT liVE WEll 9 January

50 iN 500: EcONOmics 6th February

HOW TO TiE KNOTs

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PlaNTs WiTH bENEFiTs 16th april

quEERsTORY 14th may

HiGH FibRE KETO

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29th may

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• The Virgin cocktail Garden

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• Pavlov's dog • Fibonacci's Rabbits • schrödinger's cat • de/cipher

• calm belly cookbook • The Keto cure • The alkaline cure • The alkaline cookbook

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• live Happy • change Your life One day at a Time • Hot Yoga

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• montessori series • How to survive in the Wild • Forest adventures • calligraphy style

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• art adventures series

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• landmarks of the World • Wildlife • colouring shakespeare • Waterlife • birds • animals

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NaTuRE mEdiTaTiONs

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• literary Wonderlands • literary landscapes • The story of mathematics • The story of codes

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• We are Feminist • boys with Plants • Ikigai

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• in Other Words • Pretty as a Peach • lemons are a Girl's best Friend • How to Train Your cactus • broth to bowl • sourdough • la mère brazier • Energy bites • cooking with Turmeric

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Publication date: 9th January 2020 2


Publication date: 09-Jan-20 RRP: £9.99 ISBN: 978-1-912827-24-4

LIVe WeLL

10 0 Simple Ways to Live a Better and Longer Life

Paperback 190 x 150 mm, 128 pages Four-colour illustrations

This book is part health advice, part self-help, and part survival guide. Live Well targets emotional, physical, and environmental wellbeing, including how to cope with diseases and risk factors that affect the choices we make. Throughout Live Well you will find helpful tips and tricks for healthy relationships as well as clear mantras to guide you in your new healthy lifestyle. You will add years to your life with this inspiring guide for positive actions and improve your quality of living along the way. • contains 100 pieces of inspirational advice to boost health and happiness. • Written by Dr Trisha Macnair, a leading medical expert specialising in active ageing. • Medical and scientific facts presented in an accessible way with colour illustrations, practical charts and diagrams.

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Dr Trisha Macnair is a qualified doctor, dividing her time between working as a physician specializing in medicine for the elderly and medical writing. Her work features regularly in the british medical Journal and on the bbc health website.

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Publication date: 06-Feb-20 RRP: £9.99 ISBN: 978-1-912827-28-2

econoMIcs

Hardback with jacket 190 x 133 mm, 128 pages

50 Ideas in 50 0 Words

Two-colour illustrations

Jeremy Stangroom is a philosopher and social

theorist with a PhD from the London School of

Economics. In 1997 he launched the Philosophers’

Magazine, one of the most widely read philosophy periodicals in the world. Jeremy is the author of

Einstein’s Riddle, Is Your Neighbour A Zombie and Would You Eat Your Cat amongst many others.

Socrates

He has featured on BBC Television, BBC National

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Economics: 50 in 500 explores the most crucial economic concepts by way of 50 remarkable individuals whose ideas have reshaped human history, including thinkers such as Locke, Marshall, life marx and Keynes. From the ancient world worthto living. “Theis notunexamined the economics of the modern age, the book ”is presented chronologically so that readers gain a sense of the historical development of the subject.

Philosophy combines history with contemporary, culture and revealed here are 50 of the greatest minds to affect life liberty in the modern world together with 10 of the crucial philosophical concepts that have helped shape our existence. From classical thinkers to cutting-edge postmodern theorists, spanning subjects such as the arts, education, behaviour and sociology, all

Radio, BBC World Service, CBS, the Guardian,

Fifty iconic concepts across two thousand years of Philosophical thought are carefully considered, each explained in under 500 words. In addition, the world’s greatest minds, including Aristotle, Marx and Foucault, are vividly brought to life, showcasing their most significant contributions and famous works.

Education, and the Arts and Letters Daily. He now publishes a new journal, Think, on behalf of The Royal Institute of Philosophy.

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• Fully illustrated throughout, featuring 50 in-depth key developments in the history of economics, presented in accessible and concise 500-word entries.

J E R E M Y ST A N G R O O M

PHILOSOPHY 50 IDEAS IN 500 WORDS

those that have exerted, or continue to exert, the greatest influence on our lives.

J E R E M Y ST A N G R O O M

PSYCHOLOGY 50 IDEAS IN 500 WORDS

Jeremy Stangroom

• a new addition to the 50 Ideas in 500 Words series, joining Philosophy, Psychology, and Science.

the ideas are distilled and defined, highlighting

50 IDEAS IN 500 WORDS

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There are two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a measurement. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery Get certain about the Uncertainty Principle, sort your Quantum Theory from your Special Relativity, and brush up on everything between the Big Bang and the Double Helix.

Fifty mind-bending breakthroughs in astronomy, physics, anatomy, and chemistry are put under the microscope—each explained in under 500 words. There are also features on key themes such as the solar system, nuclear science, and evolution. The world’s greatest minds, including Galileo, Newton, Darwin, and Einstein, are brought to life in this timeline of human endeavor. Presented chronologically, classical figures such as Copernicus and Galen to contemporary scientists such as Hawking and Sanger are showcased.

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SCIENCE 50 IDEAS IN 500 WORDS

Follow the achievements of 50 of the brightest and best scientific minds and the ingenuity that has advanced our knowledge and civilization. Then be surprised by the major achievements of science where a theory, a law or even a simple formula has progressed the whole of humanity. From classical thinkers to modern astronomical minds, from astounding medical advances to cutting-edge computing technology, Little Book of Big Ideas: Science distils the overwhelming mass of scientific discovery into a crystalline presentation of the greatest minds and the most important theories.

PETER MOORE

Foreword by Professor Jim Rollo, Associate Research Fellow for Global Economy and Finance at chatham House and Professor Emeritus at the university of sussex.

—Enrico Fermi

Mathew Forstater is associate Professor of Economics and Black Studies, and Director of the Centre for Full Employment and Price Stability, Department of Economics, University of Missouri-Kansas City. He has published widely on political economy and the history of economic thought.

50 IDEAS IN 500 WORDS

Dr Peter Moore is a medical journalist and Honorary fellow of Trinity College, Bristol. He is Chairman of the Medical Journalists’ Association and winner of numerous awards for his journalism, including the MJA Tony Thistlethwaite Award for his most recent book, Blood and Justice. He is also the author of E=MC2 and The Forensics Handbook. He has a Ph.D in Physiology, lectures in ethics and has held a range of post-doctoral research fellowships with The Wellcome Trust and British Heart Foundation.

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Publication date: 19th March 2020 6


Publication date: 19-Mar-20 RRP: £9.99

HoW to tIe Knots

Prac tical Advice for Tying More than 50 Essential Knots

ISBN: 978-1-92827-48-0 Paperback 197 x 140mm, 144 pages Three-colour illustrations

This is an essential guide for all outdoor adventurers. illustrated spreads show readers the step-by-step processes for tying 50 of the world's most useful knots. Each knot comes with a brief history, quick tips, and a highlighted section explaining when and where the knot should be used. • ideal starter’s guide covering key knots and their uses: general, climbing, camping, hiking, nautical and fishing. • New York Times bestselling, US-based author. • companion title to How to Survive in the Wild.

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Tim MacWelch has been an obsessed devotee of survival and primitive skills for almost three decades. He is the author of seven outdoor survival books, three of which have been New York Times bestsellers. Tim has appeared on several us TV shows including National Geographic Today and Good Morning America. He lives in Virginia, usa.

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Publication date: 26th March 2020 8


Publication date: 26-March-20 RRP: £12.99 ISBN: 978-1-912827-49-7

nAtURe MeDItAtIons

Hardback PLC 184 x 159mm, 112 pages Three-colour

25 Simple Exercises to Soothe and Heal Nature is the perfect restorative to soothe a stressed mind.Taking the principles of forest bathing a step further, Nature Meditations encourages you to experience the therapeutic effects of nature, introducing you to the benefits of meditation. The book helps the reader journey to their inner calm and towards a deeper understanding of the self. The style is minimalist with meditative photography intended to work as a visualization aid for experiencing the calm of the natural world.

Stop

Think

Breathe Relaxing the muscles, slowing the heart rate, easing anxiety and erasing physical tension, meditation is an antidote to stress. Its offer is of an inner stillness. When you meditate, you start to appreciate life’s special, even sacred qualities, and the techniques learned through meditation teach you to stand back from yourself until you become aware of your habitual responses. Increasing self-awareness lets us hesitate on the edge of anger, harness our difficult emotions and withdraw from patterns of negative thinking. The more we meditate, the more we near an understanding of ourselves. We become empowered to harvest good from bad. INTRODUCTION

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• A beautiful photographic package, this step-bystep guide is the perfect introduction to mindful meditation. • Contains 25 easy-to-follow exercises, including breathing practices, sitting positions and visualization techniques.

Connecting with nature This fresh-air meditation has the power to shift ‘stuck’ thoughts. You don’t have to leave the city to connect with nature: it’s always present, in the wind and rain and the weeds that break through a crack in the sidewalk.

• Go for a walk outdoors. Walk briskly for a few minutes to rid your mind and senses of stale impressions from previous activities. Take a few deep breaths; try to exhale all your mental worries and physical aches and pains. • Let your pace settle into the rhythm of your breathing, allowing the in breath to come naturally.

• Written by an experienced practitioner who expertly highlights how meditation can reduce stress and bring inner peace. Contributors

Susannah Marriott is the author of more than 10 books on wellness specialising in yoga and meditation. she was the health editor for dK for many years and has contributed to The Times and The Guardian. Michael Kenna is one of the world’s leading landscape photographers. His silver gelatin prints have been exhibited in galleries and museums internationally, including The Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo; The National Gallery, Washington, DC; and the V&A Museum, London. His photography also appeared in Ikigai & Other Japanese Words to Live By.

• Start to notice the world around you. Look down at the earth and up at the sky. Feel the temperature of the air.

• Now start to slow your pace, making it more deliberate. Quiet your mind and heart; as thoughts come, note them, then let them pass, until you find yourself doing nothing but moving in nature.

Try to see, hear and experience the natural world: see birdsongs, smell the sky, feel the horizon. Then connect the exterior with your interior: contemplate how you have inside you the same water, minerals and heat. Transcend the differences. Work for a total of five minutes.

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Publication date: 16th April 2020


Publication date: 16-Apr-20 RRP: £9.99 ISBN: 978-1-912827-22-0

PLAnts WItH BeneFIts A Guide to Raising Useful Green Friends

Hardback PLC 197 x 140mm, 128 pages Four-colour illustrations and photographs

This is a playful and useful illustrated pocket-sized guide to picking plants that brighten, purify and improve your home. it contains practical advice and easy-to-follow steps on how to nurture house plants to perform a variety of tasks from catching flies to producing beautiful aromas. • Easy-to-follow tips on growing a variety of plants with benefits, from air purifiers to fly traps. • Information on basic plant maintenance, such as how to care for your houseplants, from feeding and watering to repotting and propagating. • showcasing the best 60 useful plants to grow inside, written by a plant enthusiast.

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Tonwen Jones is an illustrator with an ma in design and illustration from Brighton University, with a love of all things green and leafy. The author of How to Train Your Cactus, she works as a freelancer, surrounded by the various plant companions in her home.

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QUEERSTORY An Infographic Timeline of the Fight for LGBTQ+ Rights

Publication date: 14th May 2020 12


Publication date: 14-May-20 RRP: £12.99

QUeeRstoRY

An Infographic Timeline of the Fight for LGBTQ+ Rights

ISBN: 978-1-912827-20-6 Hardback PLC 184x 159mm, 128 pages Four-colour illustrations and photographs

Queerstory is an accessible and fully-illustrated introduction to the past 100 years of history in the LGBTQ+ movement. Designed to be a gift book, it’s the perfect introduction to modern queer culture for friends and family who wish to know more about this fascinating topic. Easy to dip in and out of, the book tells the LGBTQ+ struggle through graphically-represented statistics, key dates and events, quotes and facts about rights campaigns and queer pioneers. • a joyful visual timeline celebrating the achievements of the fight for LGBTQ+ rights from the 20 th to the 21st century. • Full of facts and figures, snappy quotes, events, infographics, statistics and key dates. • clear and inspiring content celebrating queer history and culture as we approach the 50 th anniversary of the stonewall riots. • companion to We are Feminist. Contributors

Rebecca Strickson is an artist and illustrator based in Peckham. Her intricate hand-rendered designs have been featured on a series of Royal mail stamps and on london’s Carnaby Street. Her clients include Sony, Columbia Records, Kenco and Channel 4. She illustrated the infographic feminist timeline We are Feminist (2019).

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Publication date: 29-May-20

Keto HIGH FIBRe cooKBooK

More than 70 High-Fibre Recipes

RRP: £14.99 ISBN: 978-1-912827-45-9 Flexi 240 x 171mm, 160 pages Four-colour photographs

The ketogenic diet is one of the fastest growing in popularity but when cutting out carbs such as fruits and grains, it is easy to worry about digestive health – and too few (or too many) trips to the bathroom. In this book, experienced nutritionist and chef Libby Limon offers the perfect solution, demonstrating how simple it can be to make delicious ketofriendly, high-fibre meals without sugary fruits and starchy carbohydrates. • The new breakthrough keto diet, adapted for a high-fibre approach. • 70 delicious, triple-tested, low-carb keto recipes from an experienced chef with an excellent knowledge of the ketogenic diet. • Each recipe contains a full nutritional breakdown and macro details per serving. • Fully illustrated with recipe photography throughout. • Follows recent trends in the growing popularity of keto diets.

Contributors Libby Limon is a nutritional therapist and yoga teacher who shares her passion for creating optimal health on her website, www.libbylimon.com. Her work has been featured in Glamour, The Telegraph, Women's Health, The Sun, Huffpost Lifestyle, and The Sunday Times. she is based in london.

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