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  • SLPU
    Sarah Whitehead
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    Providing a dog's-eye-view of its first year of life, this book ties in with Channel 5's hit show The Secret Life of Puppies and is sure to delight any dog lover.

    Presented in landscape format, it is a very visual account of what puppies get up to as they learn and develop. This book also provides key information on the developmental ages of a puppy, breaking them into the key components of health, training and behaviour.

    There are also troubleshooting solutions to common problems and expert advice on everything from neutering your dog to the best food for them and the most effective ways of treating fleas and bites.
  • SWRO
    • £6.99
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    Star Wars fans are in for a treat with the release of Rogue One, the first in a series of anthology films set in and around a galaxy far, far away.

    Starring Felicity Jones and Mads Mikkelsen, the film follows a band of Rebels as they plot to steal the plans for the Death Star. This super book features in-depth character profiles of the likes of Jyn Erso, Saw Gerrera and K-2SO, as well as five cross-sections of the amazing vehicles that feature in the film.

    Packed with essential facts and stills from the movie, this is a must for anyone who wishes to join the Rebel Alliance.
  • CK2640
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    • £3.99
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    Make the most of your slow cooker by indulging in the 500 recipes included in this extensive cookbook.

    All of the recipes have step-by-step instructions and you'll find ideas for starters, mains, sides and desserts. Among the highlights are hearty, warming stews and classic casseroles.

    With so many recipes to try, you're bound to find something for everyone in the family to enjoy.
  • WB0191
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    Relax, recharge and restore your body and mind with this yoga kit. It contains an instructional DVD, 64-page paperback book and exercise mat (160 x 580mm).

    The book and DVD feature over 40 postures that both beginners and more advanced yoga fans will be able to try out. They'll strengthen your muscles and joints and improve balance and flexibility.

    Box size: 320 x 245mm
  • WB0190
    • £8.99
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    This Pilates kit has everything you need to kick-start your practice. Not only does the box contain a 64-page paperback book and an instructional DVD but it also comes with an exercise mat (160 x 580mm).

    The book and DVD will showcase many postures that you can try out - and they're suitable for everyone from beginners to the more advanced.

    Box size: 320 x 245mm
  • SPEV
    Denise Smart
    • £3.99
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    Make the most of your spiralizer with the 80 low-carb recipes featured in this accessible cookbook.

    Designed to help you replace your carbs, the recipes encourage you to spiralize, mash and rice your fruit and vegetables and use them as alternatives to the likes of bread, rice and pasta.

    From replacing egg noodles with spiralized sweet potato to making a pizza with a courgette base, the recipes are incredible. Among the highlights are apple and blueberry buckwheat pancakes, Moroccan beetroot tabbouleh with pomegranate and chicken and apple, cheese and walnut bread.
  • SUGD
    Anna Cavelius
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    If you're looking to live a healthier life in 2017, then this is the book for you as it will show you how to cut down on sugar in three simple steps.

    Explaining how excessive consumption of sugar can lead to diseases including type-2 diabetes, depression and neurodegenerative conditions, this book reveals how you can identity hidden sugars and reduce your consumption by:
    1) Getting informed about the dangers of sugar and monitoring your intake.
    2) Reducing your intake and embracing alternative sugars with 35 delicious recipes.
    3) Staying on track with your new diet and maintaining a consistent sugar level with the inclusion of a regular exercise programme.

    A brilliant book for anyone who wants to cut down on sugar but not miss out on the taste of sweet treats.
  • CHYL
    Dr. Ilona Boniwell
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    Written by two doctors who specialise in health and psychology, Change Your Life One Day at a Time is the ultimate manual for living a long, healthy and happy life.

    Providing a year's worth of wisdom to nourish your body, mind, and spirit, this book features important and practical advice, and it's all organised by the seasons of the year. Based on the latest medical research, there are accessible brain-training exercises, inspirational quotes and healthy recipes.

    You'll be encouraged to live by this book and bring the hints and tips into your daily routine. By making these simple changes, you'll be set on the way to living in a more holistic way.
  • FTIN
    Faya Nilsson
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    Personal trainer, Instagram star and the award-winning blogger behind fitnessontoast.com, Faya Nilsson presents a three-week food, workout and mindfulness programme that will kick-start you on your way to a healthier life in 2017.

    Seeing through the fitness fads, Faya's Fit in 3 schedule has been influenced by her Scandinavian heritage and will make a real and sustainable difference to the well-being of all ages.

    As well as the exercises, there are a selection of tantalisingly healthy recipes for you to indulge in and the book will show you the benefits of mindfulness.
  • TMDP
    Tom Daley
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    An Olympic athlete and popular figure from the world of TV, Tom Daley provides an accessible guide to feeling stronger, fitter and healthier with Tom's Daily Plan.

    There are over 80 of Tom's recipes for you to tuck into and they're all quick and easy to prepare. He also presents a selection of home workouts for all fitness levels.

    There are also motivational tips to improve will-power, motivations and general happiness.
  • DSFH
    Davina McCall
    • £6.99
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    We're now well into the new year.. are you thinking it's time for a new you? Let the ever-popular Davina McCall help you kick the sugar habit and cut out junk food for good.

    The quick recipes are ideal for the whole family and will help you balance blood sugar, lose weight and feel fantastic. With ideas for everything from lunch on the go to quick suppers and guilt-free snacks, among the highlights are Mexican tomato and black bean soup and banana, oat and sultana muffins.

    With healthy meals that will quickly become favourites over the next 12 months and beyond, this book is perfect for anyone who wants 2017 to be the year they look after their blood sugar levels.
  • SZVD
    Zanna Van Dijk
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    Fitness vlogger and Instagram star Zanna van Dijk reveals her no-fail formula for a lean physique and lasting health and happiness in Strong.

    Zanna promises to give you all the motivation and practical tools you need to get started on your fitness journey in this comprehensive guide. From lifting weights to the workout routines you should be using, she'll help you find the right solution for living a healthier life.

    She also provides sustainable nutrition tips and a selection of mouth-watering recipes that will not only tingle your taste buds, but are also good for you.
  • AG1067
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    Transform plain old paper into beautiful decorations, handmade cards and stunning scrapbooks with this incredible book.

    Suitable for novices and those who already enjoy papercrafts, it also contains step-by-step instructions for jewellery, bunting and lanterns.
  • OLVE
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    Inspired by Olive magazine, this cookbook has a selection of 100 one-pot meals for you to indulge in.

    Loved by foodies and those who prefer to spend less time in the kitchen, all the recipes are easy to follow and have a photograph so you know exactly what to aim for.

    From meat-free meals to chicken, beef, fish and puddings, this is a book for anyone who wants to cook amazing food with minimal fuss.
  • UDDA
    Dr Gareth Moore
    • £3.99
    • RRP £9.99
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    With extreme puzzle challenges to complete and colour, this large-format dot-to-dot book contains over 30,000 dots.

    All animal themed, the puzzles are sure to entertain and engage you for hours on end. As you connect the dots (one has 2,000 just by itself!), the intricate animal images will appear before your eyes - as if by magic.

    Once you've finished joining the dots, why not colour it in and make it unique?
    Please note that the dots featured in this book are very intricate.
  • MSCM
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    Artist and ornothologist Matt Sewell has charmed so many of our customers with his beautiful little books covering British birds, owls and penguins and now he turns his attention to collective nouns for animals.

    A charm of goldfinches, a school of dolphins, a cloud of bats, a murder of crows... all of these and more are portrayed in this enchanting, illustrated book.

    A lovely gift for nature lovers, all of the illustrations are presented in Matt's trademark watercolour and his vibrant and witty text showcases his love of the creatures. In a very playful style, he also explains about each groups' personality.
  • LRGM
    Guy Martin
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    Guy Martin's books always provide an exhilarating insight into the daredevil's full-throttle life. But what would happen if he couldn't take part in road races? This exciting book will show you that even when he's in pain, he's in no mood to rest up...

    Guy describes how it felt when he crashed out of the lead of an Ulster Grand Prix superbike race held on the world's fastest race track. This accident left him with a broken spine and hand and he was unable to take part in road racing for a while but he didn't take it easy. He took it upon himself to break records on the world's biggest Wall of Death, cycled 2,745 miles across the length of the Unites States (while sleeping rough) and travelled to Latvia to investigate his family's roots.

    He also talks about the wacky races he took part in while recovering including wild Harley choppers on dirt and turbo-charged Transit vans through the Nevada desert. Of course, he's also got his day job at the truck yard and butty van.
  • TESL
    Oliver Tearle
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    With its die-cut paper jacket, Oliver Tearle's The Secret Library takes book lovers on an incredible journey through the curiosities of history via literature.

    The author leafs through the well-known books that have helped shape the world in which we live, while also giving focus to more neglected works. There's the forgotten Victorian novelist who outsold Dickens, the woman who became the first published poet in America and the tale of an eccentric traveller who introduced the table-fork to England.

    Featuring novels, travel books, cookbooks and even sports almanacs, Tearle examines and explores the intersections between books of all kinds and the last 3,000 years of Western history. He also highlights some of the links between various works and historical figures - including those between Homer's Iliad and Aesop's Fables and the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack and the creator of Sherlock Holmes.
  • FIVEE
    Bruno Vincent
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    Enid Blyton for Grown-ups is a hilarious new series that finds George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy the dog facing a host of new challenges that will resonate with adults. In this book, they face perhaps their toughest challenge yet - will their friendship be able to survive the trials and tribulations of the Brexit referendum?

    On the night of the referendum, the gang have retired to Kirrin Island to escape the rancour of public debate and enjoy some fresh air and sunshine. George is in favour of remain while Julian is a 'Brexiteer'. As the gang camp out, things get heated when George rigs up a satellite link with the mainland so they can keep up to date and then things take a turn for the worse when her initial hope that remainers triumph proves premature...

    Meanwhile, a violent storm whips up and as the new day dawns , George declares that Brexit means Kirin Island is also exiting Britain. But there's far too much red tape to get through for everyone to live happily ever after...
  • FIVED
    Bruno Vincent
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    Enid Blyton for Grown-ups is a hilarious new series that finds George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy the dog facing a host of new challenges that will resonate with adults. In this book, they confront a brand new challenge - can they understand what a 'strategy away day' actually is?

    The Five have been sent on their greatest adventure yet and it's one that they've been assured will make them an even better team. They're booked in a nice hotel right next to the jolly motorway services and are taught a host of team-building exercises by a nice (but somewhat depressed) man.

    But then they come across some sneaky messages. Is there are a smuggler's plot afoot? Or is it just office gossip. This laugh-out-loud book is perfect for anyone who just can't stand office jargon.
  • FIVEB
    Bruno Vincent
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    Enid Blyton for Grown-ups is a hilarious new series that finds George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy the dog facing a host of new challenges that will resonate with adults. In this book, they confront a brand new challenge - is it possible to get a gluten-free cream tea?

    The Five are all feeling rather rum and whatever they do in their attempts to get better doesn't seem to work. As they try to cure themselves, all sorts of terrifying issues occur. Julian goes online and self-diagnoses that he has pancreatic cancer and bird flu, Anne decides to have herself exorcised, Dick goes to witch doctor who calls himself a 'homeopath' and George is the one who discovers they need to go on an exclusion diet - hence the group enter a world of hard-to-find and maddeningly expensive specialist food.
  • FIVEA
    Bruno Vincent
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    Enid Blyton for Grown-ups is a hilarious new series that finds George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy the dog facing a host of new challenges that will resonate with adults. In this book, the gang face what could be their toughest task yet - parenthood.

    With all the missions they've completed in the past, you'd have thought that bringing up a baby would be kid's play for The Five. However, when they find themselves looking after Cousin Rupert and his wife's baby, they have to deal with all sorts of issues - from fear to tiredness and responsibility.

    They have no idea if what they're doing is right or why the baby is crying. They use Dr Google constantly and are frustrated by the responses that range from 'don't worry about it' to 'rush her to the A & E'. Soon, the Five are reduced to trembling wrecks and all of them are quietly seething. Could this be an adventure too far?
  • TUDI
    Malachy Tallack
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    Head into the unknown and discover some beautiful, mysterious and mythical landscapes in The Un-Discovered Islands, a hardback packed with beautiful illustrations.

    An exploration of some of the world's strangest places, this book gathers together two dozen islands that were once believed to be real but no longer exist on the map. These islands are products of imagination, deception and simple human error.

    From Atlantis to more obscure tales from all over the world, this is an atlas of legend and wonder that looks at ex-isles and forgotten lands from ancient history right up until the present day. Written by Guardian writer and 60 Degrees North author Malachy Tallack, this book features glorious full-colour artwork from Katie Scott.
  • BOTG
    Richard Dannatt
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    Richard Dannatt is the former head of the British army and in this vivid, extensive and fascinating read, he reveals the history of the military since the end of the Second World War.

    Richard served in the military for over 40 years and in an authoritative and personal style, he talks about how the British army has shaped - and been shaped by - world events from the Cold War to the Good Friday Agreement. He also offers his thoughts on everything from the decolonisation of India to the two invasions of Iraq.

    Britain has had 'boots on the ground' ever since the end of World War II and with the rise of terrorism and the current tensions in the Middle East, this shows no sign of changing anytime soon. This book reveals why the army is so important and how it has evolved and adapted through shifting security and defence policies. It is ideal for anyone with an interest in military history.