Enjoy a healthy new year with recipes and workouts inspired by Tom Kerridge's latest BBC 2 TV series.
Full of tasty goodness, these lower-calorie recipes, including peri-peri chicken, cottage pie and fudgy chocolate brownies, will help you kick-start a more active lifestyle and shed the pounds.
Tom has lost over 12 stone in the past five years and knows from experience how important it is to motivate yourself to eat better food and start exercising - and to keep on track. There are light bites, veggie dishes and plenty of meal prep ideas throughout this book - and they're all delicious.
The bonus chapter at the end contains a workout that anyone can do as they look to live a better life.
Spark your imagination, forge your own adventures and unearth long-lost skills.
Conn Iggulden and his sons Cameron and Arthur follow up The Dangerous Book for Boys with another compendium full of cunning schemes, projects, tricks, games and tales of extraordinary courage for children of all ages.
From building a flying machine to mastering a Rubik's Cube and learning all about the world's greatest speeches and forgotten explorers, this is a book that will boost your knowledge and hone your skills.
, The Double Dangerous Book for Boys is the ultimate companion to be cherished by readers and doers of all ages.
Jenson Button shares the secrets of his success!
Formula 1 champion Jenson Button gives a glimpse into what goes on behind the tracks in this book about being a champion F1 driver. Brilliantly written with wit and insight, Jenson talks about the people, the places, the pit-lane, the podium and the perks of being a winner.
He reveals the weird rituals that drivers develop and the best ways of dealing with the ever-prying media. He also offers tips on offering advice to F1 champions and practising your champagne celebration (it's all in the thumb...)!
Take a glimpse inside North Korea with Michael Palin...
Accompanying the popular Channel 5 documentary, this book finds the globetrotting Monty Python star (and national treasure) exploring the most secretive country on the planet - the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. He finds a place that is full of gleaming skyscrapers and luxurious train stations while barely having any internet or phone signal.
Michael recalls his daily escapades and recounts the conversations he had with both residents and officials. There are also beautiful photographs to pore over as you learn just what one of the world's most notorious countries is really like.
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