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A resource for parents, teachers and dyslexics themselves
In Laughton King’s formulation, a dyslexic person is like a diesel vehicle. They run perfectly if you give them the right fuel, but if you put petrol in the tank (i.e. expect them to learn like every ‘normal’ child in our current education system) they break down. This book is designed to help dyslexic (diesel) thinkers make sense of their lives.
Specifications: eBook | 256 pages
Living the digital nomad life in an uncertain world
Digital nomads work online from anywhere in the world. If you’ve ever wanted to live like this, but don’t know where to start, Untethered is for you. Let a veteran digital nomad take you by the hand and lead you through this new territory. Learn exactly what it takes to engineer a digital nomad lifestyle in a post-pandemic world. With travel stories and case studies interlaced with clear, real-world guidance, you’ll equip yourself with the tools to create your own location-independent life.
SPECIFICATIONS: eBook | 232 Pages | Exisle Publishing
When rebellious Liam starts playing ‘Shrinkle’ on his babysitter’s phone, he has no idea what he’s letting himself in for. The app shrinks Liam and his brother Max to the size of a minifigure! Their safe home has suddenly become a treacherous landscape. Can they scale sofa mountain, escape Miss McBoob’s snoring mouth and outsmart the now-giant pet cat? And will they stay tiny forever?
SPECIFICATIONS: eBook | 184 Pages | B& W Illustrations | EK Books | Game On # 1
A story of love, sacrifice and taking flight
This is the life story of Silva Mcleod, the first Tongan woman to become an airline pilot. She’s still one of only a handful. Told by Silva with frankness and wit, it’s quite a story. Silva takes us on a journey of cultural change from her beginnings as a poor island girl to her marriage to an Australian. The challenges of pursuing a flying career and its impact on her family are set against the backdrop of the love story of her life with her husband and his battle with cancer.
SPECIFICATIONS: eBook | 320 Pages | approx. 30 photographs
Every parent’s guide to building resilience in their child
Childhood anxiety is much more prevalent these days, and parents and carers need to be able to help their children to prevent dangerous escalation.
With 18 years of expert, qualified experience, the author shows how to help children and tweens build up the necessary brain architecture and perspective, and create the emotional reserves and balance needed throughout life.
SPECIFICATIONS: eBook | 240 Pages | B&W Illustrations
Also Available in print
Chaos and uncertainty surround us. In a world that just keeps changing, burnout, anxiety, depression, trauma and breakdowns in relationships are common. But we don’t have to be the victims of our circumstances. For anyone who is struggling with making sense of a world that keeps changing around them, The Certainty Myth will help you rise above the chaos and find emotional stability and happiness. With tools such as ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and real-world examples, you’ll learn how letting go of certainty can be the key to happiness in today’s world.
SPECIFICATIONS: eBook| 229 x 152 mm | 224 Pages
“It is a scholarly and persuasive work, dazzling in its detail, but immensely entertaining and intriguing ”
The Road to Gondwana takes the reader on a journey in search of the lost southern supercontinent. It traces the steps science took to find Gondwana, and the journey Gondwana itself took through 500 million years of Earth history. Our tour guide on this journey is Glossopteris, — an extinct tree that dominated the supercontinent for 50 million years, before vanishing in the most devastating event ever to strike life on this planet, the Permian mass extinction.
SPECIFICATIONS: eBook | 272 Pages | Also available in Hardback
Oliver Kitten’s Diary : The journals of a mischievous cat’s first year
Also available in Paperback
A truly innovative book for cat and kitten lovers. Oliver Kitten was born in a firetruck and ends up living with a three-generation multigenerational human family in a four-bedroom house, Here he keeps a diary of his own escapades and the things he sees and hears his family get up to. Cute, funny, and a little naughty, Oliver can sometimes be downright wicked in his precocious observations of the things all the humans do in his house. Elegantly produced with black-and-white line drawings.
SPECIFICATIONS: eBook | 192 Pages | B&W Illustrations
Travel is the opposite of prejudice; it is curiosity, openness, and connection. Now, when our world is in flux, travel matters more than ever. How we travel has changed, but why we travel has not. With barriers and restrictions coming and going at a dizzying rate, now is the time to learn how to make the most out of whatever travel opportunities we are able to seize.
With the right techniques and attitude, travel can open our eyes to new cultures and dispel stereotypes. It can force us out of our comfort zone. However, the benefits travel can unlock – increased understanding of the world, greater courage, better connection between cultures – don’t come automatically. Truly experiencing foreign cultures is something we need to work at.
From advice on how to accurately understand new places to practical tips on meeting with locals, overcoming the language barrier, and asking the right questions, Travel Your Way shows you how to discover the world on your own terms. The result is a more rewarding journey and a greater sense of connection to everywhere you go, whether you’re on a business trip, or backpacking across the globe.
Learn how to make the most of every place you go by seeing the world with open, curious eyes, plan with excitement for future journeys, and reflect with greater appreciation on the travels you have experienced so far.
“A serious-minded and thoughtful engagement with some of the joys and contradictions that travel brings to light, illustrated by rich vignettes from the author’s own adventures on the road. An engaging, articulate and enjoyable guide
Nick Hunt, author of Walking the Woods and the Water, Where the Wild Winds Are and Outlandish.”
SPECIFICATIONS eBook | 232 pages
Moments that changed lives
The Turning Point is a rare glimpse into the most important and fascinating moments of people’s lives. A collection of extraordinary entries received in an international writing competition, it contains stories about everyday people, from all over the world. Find out about the moment when love came along in a note under a windscreen wiper, when the death of a new friend inspired a teenager to live life to its fullest, and more, in this captivating insight into the human condition.
SPECIFICATIONS: 9781991001153 | eBook | 256 Pages
Free yourself from depression, anxiety and insecurity, and instead build a rich and meaningful life, with the world’s best-selling guide to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Updated and expanded in its second edition, this empowering book presents the ground-breaking techniques of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), covering more topics and providing more practical tools than ever before. Following on from its million-copy bestselling first edition, The Happiness Trap will help anyone who is facing illness, coping with loss, working in a high-stress job, or suffering from anxiety or depression, to build authentic happiness from the inside out.
New knowledge and know-how for grandparenting the under 5s
Grandparenting Grandchildren is the first guide of its kind written specifically for grandparents, and aims to help you raise well-rounded, ready-to-learn, happy grandchildren. It covers the key influences on healthy development: movement, music, sleep and food, explaining both how they benefit the brain and how to implement them in your grandchild’s life. Learn to build a loving, supportive relationship, while constructing essential life skills for happy, capable, and confident learners.
John Boyd and the American Art of War
Colonel John Boyd, a maverick fighter pilot, revolutionized the American art of war but his research relied on accounts written by Wehrmacht veterans who fabricated historical evidence to cover up their participation in Nazi war crimes. The Blind Strategist separates fact from fantasy and exposes the myths of maneuver warfare through a detailed evidence-based investigation and is a must-read for anybody interested in American military history.
Specifications: eBook| 360 pages
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For Eczema, Dermatitis, Psoriasis, Acne, Allergies, Hives, Rosacea, Red Skin Syndrome, Cellulite, Leaky Gut, MCAS, Salicylate Sensitivity, Histamine Intolerance & More
Whether your skin issue is mild or momentous, The Healthy Skin Kitchen is the essential resource for clear, healthy skin.
Beautifully laid out with gorgeous photography, The Healthy Skin Kitchen shows you what to put on your fork to create radiant skin from the inside out. Far from a one-size-fits-all diet, the delicious allergy-friendly recipes include gluten-free, dairy-free, low salicylate, low histamine, vegan and autoimmune paleo options, so you can tailor meals to suit you or simply follow your favourite menu and Karen’s skin care regime.
Find answers to combat eczema, acne, dandruff, hives, rosacea, salicylate sensitivity and much more. Even if you have great skin, you’ll experience the benefits of eating nutritious food that is right for you – enjoying more energy, a trimmer waistline and better gut health.
Specifications: eBook | 224 Pages | Full Colour
For a preview of the delicious recipes and practical advice in The Healthy Skin Kitchen, head on over to our blog post… ‘A Taste of the Healthy Skin Kitchen.‘
The Australian Beekeeping Manual is the most comprehensive reference for both novice and experienced beekeepers in Australia. The accessible yet detailed text, supported by over 350 full-colour photographs and illustrations, covers all the key areas, including the beekeeping equipment needed, how to obtain bees, where to locate them in the garden, and the basics of colony management. There are also in-depth chapters on the lifecycle of the honey bee, extracting honey, creating a bee-friendly garden, entering honey in competitions, pests and diseases, native bees, and rearing queens.
A feature of this 2nd edition is the addition of a new chapter on the Flow Hive. The result is an invaluable beekeeping resource that will be referred to time and again, and which can be taken out to the hive for use as an immediate step-by-step guide or read at leisure.
Specifications: eBook | 368 Pages | Full Colour
The Life and Times of a Polar Filmmaker
Max Quinn’s filmmaking career has taken him to the ends of the earth, from his native New Zealand to Alaska; Antarctica to the Arctic. A Life of Extremes is a personal account of his work, featuring vibrant text and stunning images that illustrate 20 years of adventures in polar climates. Learn, from behind the camera, about the natural history and wildlife of our world. Leave the tourist trail behind with this unique insight into life in the immensely beautiful, most extreme places on earth.
Specifications: eBook| 272 Pages | Full Colour