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Healing Your Emotions: Discover your five element type and change your life
Healing Your Emotions: Discover your five element type and change your life
Angela Hicks,John Hicks
¥102.27
Angela & John Hicks are the joint principals of the College of Integrated Chinese medicine in Reading. Angela is author of The Five Laws for Healthy Living, Principles of Acupuncture and Principles of Chinese Medicine. John is author of Principles of Chinese Herbal Medicine. They have been practising for over 17 years.
Churchill’s Black Dog (Text Only)
Churchill’s Black Dog (Text Only)
Anthony Storr
¥63.26
Benjamin Woolley is an award-winning writer and broadcaster. He is the author of the best-selling The Queen's Conjuror: The Life and Magic of Dr John Dee. His first book, Virtual Worlds was short-listed for the Rhone-Poulenc prize and has been translated into eight languages. His second, 'The Bride of Science', examined the life of Ada Lovelace, Lord Byron's daughter. He has written and presented documentaries for the BBC on subjects ranging from the fight for liberty during the English Civil War to the end of the Space Age. He has won the Arts Journalist of the Year award and an Emmy for his commentary for Discovery's 'Three Minutes to Impact'. He lives in London.
Early Humans (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 134)
Early Humans (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 134)
Nicholas Ashton
¥224.04
Nick Ashton has been a curator at the British Museum for over 30 years, specialising in Lower and Middle Palaeolithic archaeology. He helps curate the extensive stone tool collections from these periods and has directed and published major excavation projects at the Lower Palaeolithic sites of High Lodge, Barnham, Elveden and Hoxne (all in Suffolk). He is currently Co-Director of the Pathways to Ancient Britain Project funded by the Calleva Foundation. His work focuses on the earliest occupation of northern Europe, currently being investigated through fieldwork at Happisburgh (Norfolk), the early human adaptation to northern environments and the investigation of when Britain first became an island.
English: A Story of Marmite, Queuing and Weather
English: A Story of Marmite, Queuing and Weather
Ben Fogle
¥128.01
Ben Fogle is the quintessential Englishman. An explorer, he loves Marmite and dogs. He owns far too many wax jackets and Wellington boots and he loves to grumble about the weather. He often apologises and can be found at the back of most queues. He had wonky teeth until the dentist sorted them out. He drives an old Land Rover and eats fish and chips. He never travels without some English tea. He lives in London with his wife Marina, his two children Ludo and Iona and his beloved black Labrador, Storm (of course).
Secrets of the Human Body
Secrets of the Human Body
Chris van Tulleken,Xand van Tulleken
¥159.98
Chris van Tulleken trained in medicine in Oxford and is a Member of the Royal College of Physicians. He has a diploma in Tropical Medicine from the London School of Tropical Medicine and after more than a decade working in the NHS he is now doing a PhD in Molecular Virology under the supervision of Greg Towers at UCL. Xand van Tulleken has a diploma in Tropical Medicine, a Diploma in International Humanitarian Assistance and a Master’s in Public Health from Harvard, where he was a Fulbright Scholar. He is a contributing editor to the first edition of the Oxford Handbook of Humanitarian Medicine and has worked for Doctors of the World, Merlin and the World Health Organisation in humanitarian crises around the world. Chris and Xand have worked on a number of projects together, including Operation Ouch!, a 2x BAFTA-winning children’s health show on CBBC. Additionally, the two have collaborated on Horizon: Fat vs Sugar, Horizon: Is Binge Drinking Really That Bad for You?, The Secret Life of Twins and Operation Ouch: Blow Your Mind. And in their younger and slightly fuller-haired days, Chris and Xand starred in a series called Medicine Men Go Wild, a show in which they did, in fact, go wild. Andrew Cohen is Head of the BBC Science Unit and the Executive Producer of the BBC series Secrets of the Human Body. He has been responsible for a wide range of science documentaries including Horizon, the Wonders trilogy, Stargazing Live and Human Universe. He lives in London with his wife and three children.
The Sickening Mind: Brain, Behaviour, Immunity and Disease
The Sickening Mind: Brain, Behaviour, Immunity and Disease
Paul Martin
¥56.93
Paul Martin, PhD, is a former Cambridge lecturer in biology and Fellow of Wolfson College who received many awards and scholarships for his ground-breaking psychobiological research, but who tired of the stultifying life of the Oxbridge academic to become a governmental policy analyst. His previous book, co-authored with Patrick Bateson, is Measuring Behaviour (CUP, 1986; 2nd edn, 1993).
Stalkers
Stalkers
Jean Ritchie
¥38.31
‘IT’S THE NIGHTS that are the worst. I don’t know where he is, but my imagination tells me he is close at hand. In daylight I can keep the fears down; at night I am alone with the terror that he has created. If he rings me every ten minutes I think I will go mad with it; if he does not ring I worry that he is outside, watching me.’
Why Men Don’t Iron: The New Reality of Gender Differences
Why Men Don’t Iron: The New Reality of Gender Differences
Anne Moir,Bill Moir
¥51.08
Anne Moir is a trained geneticist and television producer. Her previous books are Brain Sex and Mind to Crime. Her husband was a philosopher and writer.
Mind Time: How ten mindful minutes can enhance your work, health and happiness
Mind Time: How ten mindful minutes can enhance your work, health and happiness
Michael Chaskalson,Dr Megan Reitz
¥83.06
Michael Chaskalson Michael is one of the pioneers of mindfulness teaching and research in Europe. He is the author of the agenda-setting The Mindful Workplace and Mindfulness in Eight Weeks. Based on his 40 years of personal practice of mindfulness and related disciplines, Michael now shares his insights and research with audiences worldwide as a keynote speaker, coach, consultant, and teacher. Michael is founder and CEO of Mindfulness Works and a Professor of Practice at Ashridge Business School. Dr Megan Reitz Megan is Associate Professor of Leadership and Dialogue at Ashridge Business School where she speaks, researches, and consults on the intersection of leadership, change, dialogue and mindfulness. She has presented her research to audiences throughout the world and is the author of Dialogue in Organizations.
Out of the Shadow of a Giant: How Newton Stood on the Shoulders of Hooke and Hal
Out of the Shadow of a Giant: How Newton Stood on the Shoulders of Hooke and Hal
John Gribbin,Mary Gribbin
¥159.98
John Gribbin gained a PhD from the Institute of Astronomy in Cambridge (then under the leadership of Fred Hoyle), before working as a science journalist for Nature and later New Scientist. Mary Gribbin is a teacher with a special gift for communicating difficult concepts, and she is a previous winner of the TES Junior Information Book Award. They have co-written several titles for adults and children. John has written many bestselling popular science books, including Erwin Schr?dinger and the Quantum Revolution, In Search of the Multiverse and The Universe: A Biography. John and Mary are both Visiting Fellows at the University of Sussex.
L'Illustration, No. 3228, 7 Janvier, 1905
L'Illustration, No. 3228, 7 Janvier, 1905
Various
¥2.99
Et puis ce quartier des Ecoles me ravit. Il me semble qu'on y respire un air plus léger qu'ailleurs. Je songe que c'est le coin de Paris d'où sont parties la plupart des idées qui font la grandeur de cette ville-ci et sa gr?ce, où l'on entretient les plus beaux rêves, où presque toutes les ambitions ont une noblesse, où tous les hommes qu'on rencontre ont vingt ans...
L'Illustration, No. 3234, 18 Février, 1905
L'Illustration, No. 3234, 18 Février, 1905
Various
¥2.99
Après d?ner. C'est la demi-heure, un peu morne, durant laquelle les hommes se sont réfugiés au fumoir, pour empester de tabac les tentures et se chuchoter à l'oreille des anecdotes grivoises. Nous sommes là sept ou huit femmes groupées, dans un coin du salon trop vaste, autour de la ma?tresse de la maison, qui nous sourit d'un air préoccupé. Cette fuite subite des maris a comme ?jeté un froid?; il faut le temps de se réinstaller, de reprendre contact, et l'on cherche des sujets de conversation.
L'Illustration, No. 3695, 20 Décembre, 1913
L'Illustration, No. 3695, 20 Décembre, 1913
Various
¥2.99
Le précieux tableau vient d'être transporté à la Galerie des Offices, dans la salle des Gemmes, et placé sur deux tabourets; avec M. Poggi, directeur de la Galerie, et M. Corrado Ricci, directeur général des Beaux-Arts, ne sont encore admis à l'examiner que le peintre Luigi Cavenaghi, qui restaura la "Cène", et le correspondant de "L'Illustration", qui prit cette photographie.
L'Illustration, No. 3728, 8 Ao?t, 1914
L'Illustration, No. 3728, 8 Ao?t, 1914
Various
¥2.99
Loubressac. Jeudi 30 juillet.--Je suis à plus de cent vingt lieues de Paris, dans un coin paisible et perdu de France où il n'y a ni poste, ni télégraphe, et depuis deux jours j'attends, chaque matin, avec plus de fièvre, l'arrivée du facteur. Longtemps à l'avance, incapable de m'occuper à quoi que ce soit, je fais les cent pas dans la cour, guettant la minute où sous la vo?te il appara?tra, coiffé de son képi qui lui donne déjà l'air d'un soldat.
The Compleat Cook
The Compleat Cook
Anonymous
¥2.99
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Made-Over Dishes
Made-Over Dishes
Anonymous
¥2.99
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The Romance of Rubber
The Romance of Rubber
United States Rubber Company
¥2.99
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Lectures on Ten British Mathematicians
Lectures on Ten British Mathematicians
Alexander Macfarlane
¥2.99
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.
L'Illustration, No. 3236, 4 Mars, 1905
L'Illustration, No. 3236, 4 Mars, 1905
Various
¥2.99
Mon h?telière, qui est Vosgienne, est enchantée d'apprendre qu'il est tombé dans son département plus de neige, depuis huit jours, qu'en aucun autre. Elle me montre un journal qu'on lui envoie de Gérardmer, deux fois par semaine, et où la chose est constatée et commentée fièrement. Ces gens sont flattés de ce qui leur arrive. Il y a plus de neige chez eux que chez ceux d'à c?té; ils détiennent un record. Et l'on est toujours content de détenir un record, f?t-ce celui du mauvais temps. Je ne sais plus qui me citait un jour ce mot d'un jardinier, à la campagne: ?Nous avons eu cette semaine, monsieur, vingt-six degrés de froid. C'est gentil, pour un petit pays comme le n?tre??
L'Illustration, No. 3231, 28 Janvier, 1905
L'Illustration, No. 3231, 28 Janvier, 1905
Various
¥2.99
Natenska rentre, radieuse, du Collège de France. Elle ouvre sa serviette; en tire un petit carton qu'elle jette sur ma table et me dit: ?Lis ceci, c'est un document dont ta philosophie s'amusera. Si la chose m'avait été racontée, je ne l'aurais pas crue, toi non plus, je suis s?re?.
L'Illustration, No. 3240, 1 Avril, 1905
L'Illustration, No. 3240, 1 Avril, 1905
Various
¥2.99
Cela est arrivé sans qu'on y pens?t, comme presque tout arrive: une tiédeur dans l'air, je ne sais quoi de plus gai, le matin, dans la lumière du soleil, une éclosion soudaine de millions de petits points verts aux arbres de mon Luxembourg, un cerisier tout blanc découvert ce matin dans le jardinet d'une maison de Montmartre, où j'allais déjeuner;--et voilà le printemps. Je me sens joyeuse, sans savoir pourquoi, et il me semble que ce divin rajeunissement des choses répand de la jeunesse aussi dans les yeux des gens qui passent.
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