• Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
      April 2013

      Who’s Afraid of the Booker Prize?

      by Peter Cowlam

      Winner of the 2015 Quagga Prize for Literary Fiction. <span s

    • Mind, Body, Spirit
      July 2015

      How to Get People to Scream Your Name and Beg For More:

      by Tom Morrison

      Do you ever feel like you’re waiting on life to happen to you? Waiting on enough spare time to start enjoying life? Waiting on enough business to seize opportunities in the market? Waiting on enough money to have a child? Waiting on the mark

    • Humanities & Social Sciences

      People Centricity

      The Incredible Power of Putting Other People First

      by Stephen Hewett

      “Stephen is the life guru for our times.”—Mark Price, MD, Deputy Chairman of the John Lewis Partnership Would you like to have any — or all — of these? Good health? Financial security

    • Photographic equipment & techniques
      September 2015

      Read This if You Want to Take Great Photographs of People

      by Henry Carroll

      No clichés. No cheese. No camera-club jargon. This straight talking introduction to photographing people is the hotly anticipated follow up to the bestselling Read This if You Want to Take Great Photographs. Ideal for users of any camera with a basic kn

    • December 2012

      Psychosocial Care for People with Diabetes

      by Deborah Young-Hyman, Ph.D., and Mark Peyrot, Ph.D.

      Psychosocial Care for People with Diabetes covers all of the issues that care providers should consider when a patient takes on the burdens of diabetes self-management and deals with living with a chronic disease. Sections cover behavi

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      March 2019

      Children and Young People ‘Looked After’?

      Education, Intervention and the Everyday Culture of Care in Wales

      by Dawn Mannay

      The relative educational, employment and lifecourse disadvantages of individuals who have experienced the care system remains an issue of widespread international concern. The chapters in this edited collection will be useful for readers across geograp

    • People & places (Children's/YA)
      October 2019

      50 Real Heroes for Boys

      True Stories of Courage, Integrity, Kindness, Empathy, Compassion, and More!

      by Christy Monson

      50 Real Heroes for Boys teaches young boys everywhere that being a man only requires being yourself—but your best self. Bright, colorful portraits by over a dozen international artists accompany true stories of men who knew that character—things

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      May 2019

      Body Matters

      Exploring the Materiality of the Human Body

      by Louise Steel, Luci Attala

      Body Matters aims to remind people that they are the matter of their bodies. By reminding the reader of their indisputable materiality, Body Matters seeks to draw people and the rest of the material world together to illustrate that bodies not only see

    • These Are My People: The Merle Kilgore Story

      by Mark Rickert

      What would it be like to be a part of country music history? Singer/songwriter and manager Merle Kilgore could have told you. He awed his fans with tales of his life in the music business, always with a supporting cast of impossibly famous friends. At age

    • Teaching, Language & Reference
      September 2007

      The Ancient Inca World: People & Places

      Art, architecture, religion, everyday life and culture: the native civilizations of the Andes & South America explored in 500 colour paintings, drawings and photographs

      by Dr. David M. Jones

      This fascinating visual history tells the story of the ancient peoples of Peru and the Andes. Split into two sections, the first part of the book focuses on how these communities functioned, and day-to-day life for ordinary people at work and home. The se

    • Teaching, Language & Reference
      January 2008

      The Ancient Greek World: People & Places

      How the ancient Greeks lived: an authoritative and highly accessible exploration of society, art and architecture, theatre, sport and the games, illustrated with over 500 fine art paintings, sculptures, maps, plans and historical reconstructions

      by Nigel Rodgers

      Split into two parts, the book first traces the origin of the artistic achievements of Greece, describing the rise of Greek architecture with the Doric, Ionian and Corinthian styles. It also discusses and beautifully illustrates the sculptures, vase paint

    • Teaching, Language & Reference
      September 2012

      AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE

      The epic 4000-year story of the Jews, from the ancient patriarchs and kings through centuries-long persecution to the growth of a worldwide culture

      by Lawrence Joffe

      The history of the Jews is the tale of a wandering tribe that set down roots and became a nation. This is an indepth history of the Jewish faith and development of Jewish peoplehood. It opens in the time of Abraham and the 12 tribes, covers the destructio

    • Teaching, Language & Reference
      April 2014

      LIFE IN ANCIENT ROME: PEOPLE AND PLACES

      An illustrated reference to the art, architecture, religion, society and culture of the Roman world with over 450 pictures, maps and artworks

      by Nigel Rodgers

      This wonderfully illustrated history celebrates the great public buildings, palaces and villas of the Roman Empire, including the Colosseum, the Pantheon and other World Heritage buildings. Daily life in ancient Rome is explored through contemporary accou

    • Children's & YA

      Busy Little People

      Fun pictures and games for babies and toddlers!

      by Anness Publishing

      This is a great first book for little learners. It is full of fun images of children just like them, to see and talk about. Each page is a delightful child <a href="http://www.annesspublishing.com/mint_pageturn/excite/preview/376034181" target="_blank"

    • Jewish studies
      June 2019

      A Reluctant Welcome for Jewish People

      Voices in Le Devoir's Editorials, 1910-1947

      by Pierre Anctil

      What place did Jews occupy in the editorials of Quebec’s daily Le Devoir in the first half of the 20th century? Historian Pierre Anctil takes a deep dive in the highly respected newspaper’s editorials published between 1910 and 1947.

    • November 2014

      Measurement and correlates of positive mental health

      An exploration among young people

      by Nima Ganga

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