Meet Gosia Golab: about to turn 30, she works shifts as a cashier in a well-lit budget supermarket and lives in a badly lit Zone 3 flat share. She spends her precious spare time trying to be an online poet if only to avoid her prying flatmate Lyndsay and the endless crossfire between her Irish mother and Polish father. The only promising man in her life is a guy who appears to prefer her check-out to the others, but does this thing have legs, or is it all in her head?
John Gregory-Smith shares over 60 recipes that are big on taste yet simple to whip up, all featuring his signature Middle Eastern twist.
How to Control the Uncontrollable
Taking Stoic philosophy into the everyday, practical philosopher and adventurer Ben Aldridge explores the 10 key Stoic guiding principles and how they can help you build a more resilient life. This book isn't just for philosophizing - it's a book for doing. Ben also shares a host of challenges that you can use to put Stoicism into practice from creating your own anti-bucket list to walking a banana!
Interview With Cleopatra
If you could go back in time and talk to famous rulers from the past, what would you ask? Brave animal interviewer and author Andy Seed has adapted his incredible 'tranimalator' device into a time machine, allowing him to go back and talk to all kinds of figures from history! Get to know 10 famous rulers who take time out of their busy schedules to answer all sorts of (very nosy) questions about their actions and unique perspectives. Discover the good, the bad, and the unexpected as each ruler reveals the truth about their lives - and attempts to find out about the future!
A young journalist embroiled in an international art scandal centred around a Nazi-looted masterpiece, forcing the ultimate showdown between passion and possession, lovers and liars, history and truth.
Max Your Money
Max Your Money introduces the subject of money and finance to older children. Broken into three key sections - Earn it, Grow it, and Use it, the book guides young readers through essential concepts relating to money which will help them become more financially astute and confident about money matters as they enter their teens. Complex information is presented in bite-size chunks and with the use of engaging infographics and illustrations to ensure it is engaging and age appropriate throughout. The book also explores the topic from a moral and philosophical perspective, offering the reader a holistic understanding on how to become a financially responsible person.
Pepsi & Shirlie It's All in Black and White
London. Wham! Pop, glitz and glamour. And two girls with stars in their eyes. From the side of the stage to its centre - we have many stories to tell. And it's all here, it's all in black and white.
Lucy Burton shares over 60 simple yet decadent recipes made to be sent through the post - all using the same tin.
Funny, inspirational and from the heart, BeYOUtiful is full of practical tips on how to feel positive about the way you look. It breaks down why images you might see around you aren't always what they seem and gives advice on how to navigate social media. You can also discover how ideas of beauty vary around the world from culture to culture and through history. Explore how people's opinions and ideas are shaped by others and read real-life stories of amazing women.
In this taut novella set in the Dolomites, a cat-and-mouse interview opens between a young magistrate and an older suspect. It becomes an examination of perception versus truth and of the group protection afforded in a moment of collective action versus the echoing responsibility of the individual over 'the leprosy of time'.
Over 60 recipes, with classic cocktails, batch ideas for parties, seasonal tipples and even some tasty snacks. Featuring advice on essential bar tools, home-made syrup recipes and suggestions on how to produce next-level drinks!
In Humble , Daryl Van Tongeren, PhD, a leading researcher into the science of humility gives this unassuming trait a much-needed rebrand, explaining why the humble enjoy a more secure sense of self, handle challenges better, and, indeed, are often the people we like the most.