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  • November 2020

    15 Minute STEM: Book 2

    More quick, creative science, technology, engineering and mathematicsactivities for 5–11-year-olds

    by Emily Hunt

    From caring for our environment to the digital revolution, the demand for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) skills is huge and is only set to grow. Just like its predecessor 15-Minute STEM, this innovative resource has been designed to reassure teachers and parents that they don’t need to be experts to deliver high-quality STEM education. Each of the 40 activities includes step-by-step instructions and photographs, takes just 15 minutes to complete and can be resourced from everyday materials found in the classroom or at home. This means that, with minimal preparation, teachers and parents can slot these cross-curricular activities into an otherwise busy day – simultaneously broadening children’s learning and piquing their curiosity about the world around them.

  • September 2017

    Assembly of the Dead

    by Saeida Rouass

    Morocco, 1906. The country is caught between growing European influence and domestic instability. As young women disappear from the alleyways of Marrakesh, Farook Al-Alami, a detective from Tangier, is summoned to solve the case of the apparent abductions. Investigating crimes in a country without a police force, Farook enters Marrakesh on the orders of the Sultan. But, in a city under siege from famine and fear, he must rely on his own intuition and skill to uncover the mystery of the women’s fate. Will anything halt the spate of disappearances until then? And can a single, criminal pair of hands lie behind events? As the story of the missing women becomes increasingly treacherous, the tension escalates around Jemma el-Fna, where the dead assemble.

  • January 2021

    Audacious Goals, Remarkable Results

    How an engineer, a politician and an explorer shaped our modern world

    by Brad Borkan and David Hirzel

    This book tells the story of six monumental projects that influenced our modern world (including The Panama Canal and the Discovery of the South Pole) and extraordinary people that made them happen. With an international cast that includes Isambard Kingdom Brunel (an engineer), Theodore Roosevelt (a politician) and Roald Amundsen (an explorer), the book reveals the bold ambitions that set the projects in motion, the incredibly hard work to achieve them — complete with all the setbacks along the way — and their remarkable legacy for our planet. Their stories show that the impossible can be accomplished, and that dreaming big and planning large, combined with hard work, can result in literally earth-changing remarkable results.

  • September 2020

    Driverless Cars

    On the road to nowhere?

    by Christian Wolmar

    Driverless cars are the future, that is what the tech giants, auto industry and even the government want us to think. But closer inspection reveals that we are much further from that driverless utopia than we are led to believe by newspaper headlines and by the hype from firms with vested interests. Wolmar argues that autonomous cars are the wrong solution to the wrong problem. Autonomous cars are not the best way to address the problems of congestion and pollution caused by our long obsession with the private car. This entertaining polemic sets out the many technical, legal and moral problems that obstruct the path to a driverless future and debunks many of the myths around that future's purported benefits.

  • November 2020

    Five-A-Day Plus One

    The vitamin B12 cookbook

    by Martyn Hooper

    Adequate vitamin B12 is essential for physical and mental health yet it is estimated that 10% of over 75s and 5% aged 65 to 74 are deficient. A deficiency may be due to pernicious anaemia (an autoimmune problem), in which case the only recourse is to inject B12 regularly, but it is much more likely to be due to medications, gastritis or a poorly planned vegan diet, in which case eating more B12 can and will make a difference. Five-a-Day Plus One is a collection of B12-rich, family-friendly recipes that address the B12 gap deliciously and affordably, protecting you and your loved ones from anaemia, chronic infection, chronic fatigue, peripheral neuropathy, confusion and even dementia – and much more.

  • May 2020

    Generation Share

    Sharing the Money

    by Benita Matofska & Sophie Sheinwald

    Tenacious, audacious change makers demonstrate the power of sharing to transform our lives, communities, society, economy and planet. Generation Share, previously published as a complete volume has been reissued as a series of short books. Sharing the money deals with new wealth creation, not just for those that are already wealthy. The sharing economy has been shown to create three times the social impact for low income communities. With 16 international case studies and full colour photos.

  • November 2021

    The Chocolate King

    by Michael Leventhal

    Benjamin loves chocolate. He also knows a lot about it. But one person knows more - his grandfather Marco, otherwise known as the Chocolate King. Benjamin’s family arrive in France at the beginning of the 17th century, having escaped the Spanish Inquisition. Back in Spain, Marco was famed for his delicious hot chocolate drink, a recipe he claims he learned from a Spanish explorer. But now, if the family are to make a living, they must persuade the people of France to fall in love with Marco’s strange mud-coloured concoction. When one day Benjamin causes chaos in the kitchen and stumbles (covered head to toe in chocolate) straight into the path of the King of France, the family finally get the breakthrough they need.

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