This lift-the-flap fun and joyous story celebrates all things silly. This is the perfect way to teach children their first ten numbers, whilst also allowing for some fun along the way with its interactive flap-out page design and Jon Lander's charming original illustrative style.
Think like a chess grandmaster . . . in just a year! Andrew Soltis has selected 365 short games to analyze, step by step, and arranged them as daily lessons for players who can't devote hours to study. Each one features test-yourself quizzes and diagrams for visual learners, while challenging tactics appear several times so you can learn how to use them to full advantage.
Running properly is an art, and the Alexander Technique helps runners improve their competitive performance, release tension, and lessen the risk of injury. With special exercises for the head, eyes, torso, and legs, this unique guide encourages a greater awareness of how the body functions and moves, and provides proven methods for boosting results, both in training and competition.
Take the Alexander Technique into the pool--and improve your performance! Focusing on popular strokes, Steven Shaw shows swimmers how to release tension from their head, neck, and back. He breaks the exercises down into therapeutic movements that swimmers can practice alone or with a partner, and in water or on dry land. His insights set the stage for a more healthful swimming experience.
Matt Sewell returns with a sumptuous celebration of the most amazing migrating mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, insects and even plants who battle through Earth's toughest conditions to make extreme journeys. Gorgeously illustrated in Matt's signature watercolours and described with wit and charm, animal lovers will treasure this amazing atlas.
The brilliant debut from a rising star of the picture book world, tipped as 'one to watch' by The Bookseller. A heartwarming and surreal romp, packed with jokes and funny details. The look of a classic from the 1970s, but with a very modern sense of humour and sensibility.
A stunning new edition of the earliest atlas of the British Isles, Britain's Tudor Maps: County by County reproduces the maps of John Speed's 1611 collection The Theatre of Great Britaine in large format for the first time, with towns and topographical features wonderfully clear and easy to read alongside Alasdair Hawkyard's fascinating commentary.