Driven by curiousity and a desire to get to know her own country better artist Alice Stevenson spent two years exploring and drawing Great Britain. With an eye for the odd and an antennae for the unexpectedly beautiful she recounts and paints her slow, attentive forays. From the wilds of Wales and Northern Ireland to the hidden delights of urban Bristol and Edinburgh this is a beautiful celebration of a surprising land.
The whole world is covered with the accuracy and authority for which Times atlases are renowned. The main features include 117 pages of authoritative up-to-date mapping of the whole world geographical reference section with flags, statistics and facts for the world's states and territories statistics and world maps on major geographical themes, including population, cities, climate, and the environment and over 20,000 index entries. This is a handy reference atlas for home, school, or office.
This is a book of book lists. Lists that make you smile, make you wonder, and see titles together in entirely new ways. From Bin Laden's bookshelf to the books most frequently left in hotels, from prisoners' favorite books to Member of Parliaments' most borrowed books, these lists are proof that a person's bookcase tells you everything you need to know about them, and sometimes more besides.
When the little angels are driving you crazy and you're one minivan away from being a personal taxi service, these wonderful quips and quotes will help to remind you that being a mother is one of the best jobs in the world.
When your precious offspring have hijacked the car and there's a hole in your wallet the size of the Grand Canyon, kick back and relax with this hilarious book, crammed full of quips and quotes to remind you of why being a dad is one of the best jobs in the world.