Why Don't We All Live Together Anymore? : Big issues for little people after a family break-up
Cope with difficult questions around sensitive subjectsReason with anxieties. Acknowledge and move on from anger
This revolutionary series, written by two child psychologists, provides the perfect platform to explore a broad range of family issues and questions that children have as they grow up and try to make sense of the world around them.
Each illustrated spread poses important, questions commonly-asked after a family break-up, such as "Why is Daddy not at home any more?", "Are you ever getting back together?"
and "Where am I going to live?", which help children to discuss their feelings and understand others as they become aware of changes in the home. Includes explanations and advice for parents and carers throughout.
Apothia's illuminating cream candles are developed from a unique combination of premium paraffin and soy, blended with intense fragrance into a creamy luxurious balm of solid perfume. Using agents naturally derived from glucose, apricot kernel oil, oat and coconut oil, you can even rub it into your skin. A modern formula that is paraben and sulfate free.
England has long been renowned for the superior beauty of its silver, and it’s a trait that Whitehill, through their English heritage, can carry with pride.
Whitehill has been crafting stunning silver plated tableware, giftware and accessories for many years, and this of course extends to their range of baby gifts. This lovely little Feeding Spoon makes an elegant yet practical gift to commemorate the birth of a gorgeous new family member!
With its delicate silver handle embossed with a cuddly teddy bear, it’ll be sure to captivate baby. And the practical curved handle design makes spooning baby food easy. Useful, pretty and made to last, it’s a gift destined to become an heirloom.
A chic and sophisticated table, tea and coffee collection designed for a sociable evening, afternoon tea and coffee with friends.
Material:Fine Bone China
The collection: luxe and contemporary, entertain in style with the Arris tableware collection. Designed for stylish evenings, afternoon teas and lunches with friends - you can create a dynamic table setting of contemporary metallic accents and bold patterns including finished espresso cups, champagne buckets, sleek martini glasses, table charges and impressive octagonal dinner plates for an evening of fine wine and artisan dining. Create your own set to fit perfectly in your home or if you wish add touches of gold for an opulent Arabian night look for life’s very special occasions.
The Barber Book is a guide to the most popular men's hairstyles of the 20th century, with vintage photographs, quirky line drawings and instructions on how to cut each style and achieve the 'total look'. This smart handbook covers popular hairstyles from the undercut to the afro, focusing on the personalities, fashions and cultural events that inspired each look. Also includes a directory to some of the world's finest barber shops.
Illustrated by Italian artist Matteo Guarnaccia.
A smart handbook for the most popular men's hairstyles of the 20th century
Features styles such as the Brylcreem Look, Crew Cut, Ivy League, Madison Ave, Mohawk, Undercut, Caesar, Italiano, Afro, Teddyboy and more
Packed with anecdotes, vintage photographs, illustrations and instructions on how to cut each style
The debut book by Danish gypsy brewer Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø of the bar Tørst, and Canadian chef Daniel Burns of the Michelin-starred restaurant Luksus—both in a shared space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn where they elevate beer to the level of wine in fine dining.
With a dialogue running throughout the book, Food & Beer examines the vision and philosophy of this duo at the forefront of a new gastronomic movement.
Foreword by internationally renowned chef René Redzepi, co-owner of Noma, Copenhagen, the #3 restaurant in the world.
The first high-end chef cookbook about beer and food pairings in fine dining, from the only Michelin-starred restaurant in the world to exclusively pair food with beer
60 recipes and in-depth descriptions of the nature, taste and flavour of the different kinds of beers being brewed globally today, and how to pair these with food
For beer and brewing enthusiasts, serious home cooks, chefs, culinary students and foodies
What does it mean to have a successful relationships these days? Is it really about "til death do us part" or should we instead be focusing on how much fun and enjoyment we can have with another person for the time that they are in our lives, however long that might be. We seem to have all just blindly accepted that dating success is about finding a husband whose traits we can tick off a list, but the idea of the single woman has changed. We're no longer sitting at home, waiting for the phone to ring, desperate for the company of a romantic partner. Sure we're dating, but why does that mean and do we have to take ourselves off the market or be boasting of a boyfriend? #Singlebutdating is all about empowering women to make their own choices in life, love, relationships and sex. How many times have you been confronted with the form that asks if you're single, married, widowed or divorced? There is a growing number of women whose status has never been addressed; who don't have their own identity, the ones that are #singlebutdating. Dating is not a science. We don't all fit one mould and no two of us are on the same journey, so why is it that all the relationships advice books all focus on way of life and love. The world has changed and with it, the dating landscape. Today, we want to do it all without necessarily saying "I do"- love affairs, marriage, divorce, dating after divorce, one night stands, casual flings, booty calls, internet dating, holiday romances, dating multiple people, finding Mr Right, Mr Right Now and even Mr Wrong. We are open to the idea of marriage and true love, but are just as happy enjoying the #singlebutdating life while we have it. #singlebutdating is not a set of rules and steps to help you bag a husband and walk down the aisle, rather it's a single girls guide to life in a modern dating world, whatever that might be and the tools she needs to survive and thrive in it.
This is your first book of art. Grab it, hold it, flip through the pages, turn it upside down… there’s no limit to what you can make with it.
What can you see? Scribbles and splodges, shapes and letters, signs and lines? Now you’re the artist: mix and match the patterns and paintings by simply turning the pages. Use your creativity and your imagination, and most importantly, have fun! Find out what you can create with this book.
The essential book of art for pre-school children from New York Times’ bestselling author Hervé Tullet
Features artworks that can be mixed and matched into hundreds of different combinations by simply turning the pages, all of which are cut in two
By mixing colours, patterns and shapes, children aged 2–5 will enjoy their very first experience of art
Scribbles, splodges, colours, dots and letters will inspire hundreds of different drawings and creative activities
About the author: New York Times’ best-selling author, Hervé Tullet (b.1958) studied Fine Art and worked as an Art Director for ten years before joining the advertising industry. In 1994 he published his first book for children and has since become one of the world’s most innovative children’s authors, winning numerous awards. Tullet takes the concept of reading to a new level, teaching young minds to think imaginatively, independently and creatively.
25cm x 25cm
Split pages with illustrations that can be mixed and matched into hundreds of different combinations
EarthArt: Colours of the Earth is a spectacular collection of breathtaking images by world-renowned aerial photographer Bernhard Edmaier (Earthsong, Patterns of the Earth, Earth on Fire). Divided into colour-coded chapters, EarthArt offers an astounding and little-seen view of the world’s surface. The selection includes some of Edmaier’s most celebrated photographs as well as brand new, never-before-published images.
A spectacular collection of breathtaking aerial photographs of the Earth’s surface – from the Bahamas to Iceland, New Zealand to North America and Europe to Alaska – ordered by colour to display the stunning variety of the colours of the Earth
Includes a wide variety of subjects, from bubbling mud pools, volcanic eruptions, coral reefs and deserts, to eroded canyons and arctic glaciers, accompanied by short captions explaining how, where and why the formations naturally occur
Contains 200 astounding full-page photographs of the Earth’s surface, presenting the planet in an astonishing new, colourful light
About the authors: Bernhard Edmaier (b.1957), trained as a civil engineer and geologist and has photographed the earth’s surface for over 15 years. The result of meticulous planning and research, his extraordinary travels take him from the endless deserts of Africa to the ice plains of Iceland and the coral of the Great Barrier Reef. His abstract, beautiful compositions offer an awe-inspiring view of our planet. Dr Angelika Jung-Hüttl (b.1957), is a geologist and writer who contributes to a number of different newspapers and popular scientific magazines. She has worked and travelled with Edmaier for 10 years and has written several books on volcanoes, ice and glaciers.
For anyone who wants to start meditating but has been struggling to get to the cushion, here are all the motivation and tools you need to achieve greater balance, better health and a more panoramic perspective of life.
Hurry Up and Meditate has been written for people in a hurry and its message is simple: meditation will help you combat stress, cultivate happiness, enhance your performance, realise your goals and attain mastery of your mental, emotional and material destiny.
If meditation was available in capsule form, it would be the biggest-selling drug of all time. It has been scientifically proven to deliver highly effective stress relief, boost our immune systems and dramatically slow the aging process. It has also been shown to make us much happier and more effective thinkers. Given all the physical and psychological benefits, why aren't more of us doing it?
In his thought-provoking and entertaining book, David Michie explains the nuts and bolts of meditation. As a busy professional, as well as long-term meditator, he also gives a first-hand account of how to integrate this transformational practice into everyday life. Combining leading edge science with timeless wisdom, Hurry Up and Meditate provides all the motivation and tools you need to achieve greater balance, better health and a more panoramic perspective on life.
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