YOUR BED LOVES YOU: THE HEALING POWER OF SLEEP

YOUR BED LOVES YOU: THE HEALING POWER OF SLEEP

Whether you are tucked up into bed on the doctor's orders or struggling to get to sleep, you can use your time in bed to heal your soul and find delightful ways to get to sleep. In this charming book, bestselling author Meredith Gaston encourages us to discover how our bed time can be as creative as it is restorative, enriching our days and bringing joy and peace to our lives. We learn about our dreams, our sleeping positions, the comfort foods that can lull us to sleep and the dream catchers that can recall our innermost thoughts.
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EAT AT THE BAR: RECIPES INSPIRED BY TRAVELS IN SPAIN, PORTUGAL AND BEYOND

EAT AT THE BAR: RECIPES INSPIRED BY TRAVELS IN SPAIN, PORTUGAL AND BEYOND

Part travelogue, part cookbook, Eat at the Bar shares 55 bar food recipes inspired by Spanish, Portuguese and Italian cuisine. Authors Matt McConnell and Jo Gamvros have gathered the best bar food on the planet from small tapas bites to rustic, authentic cooking from hole-in-the-wall bars. There are chapters on tapas, seafood, vegetables, salads, meat, sauces, oils, queso and dulce, all interspersed with anecdotes and stunning photography from the author's travel adventures in the Mediterranean.
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THE BOOK OF CHRISTMAS: THE HIDDEN STORIES BEHIND OUR FESTIVE TRADITIONS

THE BOOK OF CHRISTMAS: THE HIDDEN STORIES BEHIND OUR FESTIVE TRADITIONS

What is the significance of misteltoe at Christmas? Why do we eat Brussel sprouts for Christmas dinner? When did turkeys become the plat du jour? Just who is, or was, Santa Claus? In The Book of Christmas, best-selling author and acclaimed historian, Christopher Winn, casts a witty and revealing eye on the stories, myths and legends of the most celebrated festival of the year: Christmas. In this lovingly written collection of festive myths, legends and (quite often) bizarre traditions, discover the fascinating stories behind some of our most cherished Christmas rituals and customs. 

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BIG BOOK OF GIN

BIG BOOK OF GIN

With Gin making record sales across Britain and the rest of the world, there’s been a boom in new distilleries and a thirst for new ways to enjoy this juniper-based spirit. Enter Dan Jones, bestselling gin author and cocktail enthusiast, who will make you love this tasty drink even more. Starting with the history of gin, Dan reveals how the first distilleries opened in the UK in the 1600s, explains the nuts and bolts of making the beverage, as well as all the different trends it has experienced.
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THIS IS HOME: THE ART OF SIMPLE LIVING

THIS IS HOME: THE ART OF SIMPLE LIVING

This is Home is about simple living - how to focus on our values to create authentic homes full of meaning and joy. Natalie Walton steps inside fifteen homes across the world to meet the people who made them, and discover whether there is some universality to what makes us happy in the spaces we inhabit. Filled with beautiful photography, transporting stories and practical advice, This is Home reminds and inspires us to nurture the space that helps make our lives possible.
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YOU HAD BETTER MAKE SOME NOISE: WORDS TO CHANGE THE WORLD

YOU HAD BETTER MAKE SOME NOISE: WORDS TO CHANGE THE WORLD

You Had Better Make Some Noise brings together the words of social activists, revolutionaries, artists, writers, musicians, philosophers, politicians, and more – a selection of the many individuals who have inspired us over the centuries. Familiar figures – Thomas Paine to Bertrand Russell, Augustine to Gloria Steinem, Harvey Milk to Ai Weiwei, James Baldwin to Margaret Mead – are joined by a chorus of voices that have made their own indelible marks on the legacy of protest and progress.
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