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Accounting and Finance for Business

Paperback, 25/02/2011, £53.99
Intended for non-specialist students of accounting and finance taking their first module in the subject, within courses such as business studies and management. This title includes: chapter on working capital management; extends the coverage of corporate governance, auditing and Activity Based Costing; and, more.

Lion And Mouse

Paperback, 04/04/2013, £6.99
Lion and Mouse are friends - but as everyone knows, Lion is bigger, stronger and more handsome! Not even Lion is perfect though, and when he comes face-to-face with his biggest fear, he realizes he needs his small friend more than he thought.

When I Am Playing With My Cat, How

Paperback, 05/01/2012, £10.99
In the year 1570, at the age of thirty-seven, Michel de Montaigne gave up his job as a magistrate and retired to his chateau to brood on his own private grief - the deaths of his best friends, his brother, and his first-born child. This title offers a celebration of perhaps one of the most joyful and yet profound of all Renaissance writers.

Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats (Illustrated by Axel Scheffler)

Hardback, 05/09/2013, £14.99
Throughout the 1930s T S Eliot composed poems about Macavity, Old Deuteronomy, Mr Mistoffelees and many other cats, under the name of 'Old Possum'. In 1981 Eliot's poems were set to music by Andrew Lloyd Webber as Cats which went on to become the longest-running Broadway musical in history. This book deals with his work.

Love, Loss, and Laughter: Seeing Alzheimer's Differently

Hardback, 06/03/2012, £15.95
More than 5.3 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer's, and nearly 11 million family members and friends serve as unpaid caregivers. Love, Loss, and Laughter challenges the typical perception of people with Alzheimer's as "empty shells," lost to themselves and others.

Catcher in the Rye and Philosophy: A Book for Bastards, Morons, and Madmen

Paperback, 25/10/2012, £14.99
Few novels have had more influence on individuals and literary culture than J D Salinger's "The Catcher in the Rye", that quickly became championed by youth who identified with the awkwardness and alienation of the novel's protagonist, Holden Caulfield. In this title, philosophers take on the phonies in Holden Caulfield's world.