Power Tool Woodcarving
By Gill Bridgewater, Alan Bridgewater
By Helen Nash
Perfecting Your Golf Swing
By Oliver Heuler
A selection of poems from the successful Radio 4 series, including Auden, Betjeman, Hopkins and MacNeice, with an introduction by Charles Causley.
Plotting Hitler's Death
By Joachim Fest
The definitive and fascinating account of the many German plots to kill Hitler.PLOTTING HITLER'S DEATH brings the full story of German resistance against the Nazis to a popular audience. Time and again, small numbers of Germans, civilian and military, noble and ignoble, schemed to topple the Fuhrer, and on several occasions they came within minutes - or inches - of succeeding. Fest recounts the famous 1944 attempt and the lesser known 1938 attempt to topple Hitler. He also recounts the numerous isolated individuals and conspirators that plotted against the dictator. As powerful and compelling as any thriller, this vivid and absorbing account explores why they tried, why they found so little support either in Germany or outside it, and why they failed.
Perplexing Lateral Thinking Puzzlers
By Paul Sloane
The Prehistory Of The Mind
By Steven Mithen
Award-winning science writer Steven Mithen explores how an understanding of our ancestors and their development can illuminate our brains and behaviour todayHow do our minds work? When did language and religious beliefs first emerge? Why was there a cultural explosion of art and creativity with the arrival of modern humans?This ground-breaking book brings the insight of archaeology to our understanding of the development and history of the human mind, combining them with ideas from evolutionary psychology in a brilliant and provocative synthesis.
Purify Your System For Health And Beauty
By Margot Hellmiss
By Markus Schirner
Paint Techniques for Home Decorating
Picture Frames In An Afternoon
By Kaye Evans
Fully illustrated throughout in colourIncludes tips on hanging and framing pictures
Paper Crafting Beautiful Book Covers, Boxes and Frames
By Valeria Ferrari, Ersilia Fiorotta
Fully illustrated in colour throughout
Plants For Water Gardens
By Helen Nash
Fully illustrated in colour throughoutWater gardens are extremely popular
Painted Finishes for Walls & Furniture
By Susan Driggers, Driggers Susan Goans
Illustrated in colour throughout30 projects with easy-to-follow instructions
By Keith Roberts
1588: Queen Elizabeth is felled by an assassin's bullet. Within the week, the Spanish Armada had set sail, and its victory changed the course of history. 1968: England is still dominated by the Church of Rome. There are no telephones, no television, no nuclear power. As Catholicism and the Inquisition tighten their grip, rebellion is growing.
Polymer Clay For The First Time
By Syndee Holt
No experience is necessary and you will soon be on your way to doing the basics of cane work or patterned clay, and using some moulds and texturing techniques.
Painting Fabulous Floorclothes
Floorcloths are a terrific alternative to a rugGet the kids involvedguide is packed with colour photographs and detailed instructions on all aspects of creating your own floorcloth.
Play Cribbage To Win Mensa
By Dan Barlow
Contains the game¿s basics, rules and scoring for those who have never played before.Contains detailed coverage of tactics, rules and strategies for any potential situation that may be encountered.Includes information on the American Cribbage Congress, which runs tournaments and clubs.
By Klaus Holitzka
Connecting with your chakras aids meditation, brings calm, and opens up your spiritAccess the powers of healing and light, knowledge, limitless love, community, friendship and restfulnessEach picture has an accompanying mantra to chantThere are colour suggestions and advice on designing your own personal mandalas
Portrait Of A Marriage
By Nigel Nicolson
The classic story of the relationship between Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson, and a unique portrait of the Bloomsbury Group.The marriage was that between the two writers, Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson and the portrait is drawn partly by Vita herself in an autobiography which she left behind at her death in 1962 and partly by her son, Nigel. It was one of the happiest and strangest marriages there has ever been. Both Vita and Harold were always in love with other people and each gave the other full liberty 'without enquiry or reproach', knowing that their love for each other would be unaffected and even strengthened by the crises which it survived. This account of their love story is now a modern classic.