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  • White Noise [Marmalade]

    £17.99
    A re-reappraisal of contemporary drawing by artists Greig Burgoyne and Rossella Emanuele. Learn More
  • How to Handle Later Life

    £22.99

    Categories: family and health; ageing; self-help; law; social sciences.

    A comprehensive handbook offering information and guidance for older people on healthcare rights, nutrition, housing, transport, disability, domestic support, power of attorney, care, social contact, employment rights, social care, elder abuse, money, dementia, anxiety, depression, strokes, end-of-life choices, state benefits.

    Aimed at the general reader – older people and their families and friends – but also of interest to solicitors, financial advisors, doctors, nurses, housing and care practitioners, advisors in voluntary organisations, students of social work, law, healthcare and housing.

    For a limited period we are offering this book at discount to indivuals who buy direct from this website.  If you add this book to the cart you will find a discount is applied and that after postage and packing you are charged an all in price of £22.00.

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  • Stitch-illo

    £22.95

    Traditional embroidery and textile arts are enjoying a renaissance as we rediscover stitching techniques once popular during our grandmothers’ times. Embroidery, needlework, appliqué and quilting are au courant in illustration, fine art and craft. Stitch•illo highlights the many sides of this resurgence: the textural, labour-intensive works of textile artists who tell stories through their work; illustrators who eschew digital tools and are turning to needle, thread and fabric as a means to communicate; and creative entrepreneurs employing stitching and needlework to build fulfilling businesses. Through techniques that emerge from the domestic arts, women are reclaiming stitching as a medium that goes beyond decoration or simple function. The needle is likened to a pencil or paint brush; thread, yarn and fibre is the paint. The artists profiled within Stitch•illo honour their own histories and cultures while layering upon them. Wielding simple needle and thread, they stitch powerful messages. They push boundaries, both of what society expects of women’s art, and what the artists expect of themselves. They illustrate the world around them—or conjure new ones from deep within their imagination. They create beauty and find peace. They tell deeply personal stories, and in the process share universal ones of connection and feeling.

    46 ARTISTS • 352 PAGES • OVER 600 IMAGES

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  • Work / Life 3

    £16.99

    Work/Life 3: the UPPERCASE directory of illustration

    With the third book in this series, we push the personal nature of Work/Lifeto a new level. This edition’s theme is “An Illustrated Life” in which we explore the illustrator’s lifestyle in intimate detail and find out what it takes to stay creative 24/7. Featuring 100 artists from around the world. Click here to see the list of participants.

    Designed and written by Janine Vangool
    Cover illustrated by Jeff Rogers 

     
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  • Wealth of the Commons, The

    £18.95
    In 73 timely essays by a remarkable international roster of activists, academics and project leaders, this book chronicles ongoing struggles against the private com¬moditization of shared resources – often known as market enclosures – while documenting the immense generative power of the commons. The Wealth of the Commons is about history, political change, public policy and cultural transformation on a global scale – but most of all, it’s about individual commoners taking charge of their lives and their endangered resources Learn More
  • 99 Names of God, The

    £17.99

    PAPERBACK VERSION (also available in hardback)

    The Compassionate (ar-Rahman), the Holy (al-Quddus), the Source of Peace (as-Salam), the Supreme (al-Mutakabbir)…these are just a few of the 99 Names of God to be found in Islam. It has been said that knowledge of Allah’s Beautiful Names is the greatest knowledge a human being can possess.

    This illustrated guide to the Names is designed to be an engaging educational resource for all the family. For children it is a rich treasury of wonder that will reveal greater depths as they grow and mature, whilst for parents and teachers it will offer much to inspire, inform, and remind. Richly illustrated and accompanied by engaging reflections and activities, this book is offered as a guide to help us witness the Divine Majesty and Beauty.

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  • Patient's Encyclopaedia of Cystitis

    £15.00

    Best information on urinary infections on the web from the acknowledged world self-help expert.

    This book contains three sections, all packed with vital prevention and self-help information based on medical facts and simple daily tips, and includes a matching DVD. UTIs are dreadfully common, miserable, frightening, depressing, socially devastating recurrent female illnesses. Both bacterial and nonbacterial causes abound. The author discusses bacterial urinary infections, inflammations, IC, cystitis, hygiene, diet, menopause, children, teens, sex, lifestyle, frequency, pain incontinence, and a lot more.

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