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Rapid Reference to Cardiovascular disease prevention

Paperback, 18/11/2004, £7.99
Provides the reader with information to assist with treatment decisions in the field. This title covers the diagnosis, treatment, management and prevention. It also contains drug listings, clinical trial information, the developments, FAQs and website listings of the disease area.

Under Milk Wood

Paperback, 25/11/2013, £39.00

A-Z of School Improvement

Paperback, 28/03/2013, £24.99

Secrets of the Wild Wood

Hardback, 03/09/2015, £16.99
Tiuri returns in The Secrets of the Wild Wood, the thrilling and long-awaited sequel to The Letter for the King!

Mothers Grimm

Paperback, 09/01/2014, £8.99
A sly, cheeky and blackly comic novel about mothering, heartache, heartbreak, desire, love and death, bringing the mothers of the Brothers Grimm into the here and now.

Civil Engineering: A Very Short Introduction

Paperback, 27/09/2012, £8.99
Civil engineering produces the structures of all human settlements worldwide. In this Very Short Introduction, David Muir Wood demonstrates the nature and importance of civil engineering; not only in the history of civilization and urbanization, but its range of facets today, and its challenges for the future.

Ghost Story Dice: The Storytelling Game with Nine Wooden Dice

Hardback, 05/09/2016, £9.95
Helps you revive the art of storytelling using nine illustrated wooden dice to create ghostly stories. This title enables you to construct your own spooky adventure tale with an array of creepy characters like vampires, headless horsemen and decapitated knights.

Mole's Winter Story

5, 15/10/1998, £5.99
A pop-in-the-slot adventure for Mole, who comes to the rescue when the mice are snowed in. But there are so many drifts, that it takes him a while to find them and he bumps into a lot of other friends on the way. When he's finally pushed back to his own burrow, his friends buy him a lovely present.

How Children Think and Learn 2ed

Paperback, 29/12/1997, £26.00
This textbook explores the views and discussions surrounding how children think and learn, tracing the historical influences that have taken place over the past ten years. It also looks at the practical implications of research.