If you have ever looked for P-values by shopping at P mart, tried to watch the Bernoulli Trails on "People's Court," or think that the standard deviation is a criminal offense in six states, then you need The Cartoon Guide to Statistics to put you on the road to statistical literacy.
Creators of the New York Times bestselling cookbook series, Thug Kitchen are back to deliver you the sorta gentle, but always hilarious shove you need to take the leap into healthy eating. Thug Kitchen 101 includes more than 100 easy and accessible recipes to give you a solid start towards a better... More Info
Remind yourself of the enchanting story of Pinocchio, by Pinocchio, retold here by the multi-award winning author Michael Morpurgo and beautifully illustrated by Emma Chichester Clark. A truly beautiful edition that brings this classic tale back to life. Emerald/Band 15 books provide a widening... More Info
When Wheat Belly was first published in 2011 it changed the national conversation about health and weight loss and became an international bestseller. Millions of people read and learned how to reverse years of chronic health problems by removing wheat from their daily diet. Now, for the first... More Info
In this instant New York Times bestseller, now available in paperback, renowned neurologist Dr. Frances E. Jensen offers a revolutionary look at the brains of teenagers, dispelling myths and “offer[ing] support and a way for parents to understand and relate to their own soon-to-be-adult... More Info
London. A snowy December, 1888. Sherlock Holmes, 34, is languishing and back on cocaine after a disastrous Ripper investigation. Watson can neither comfort nor rouse his friend until a strangely encoded letter arrives from Paris. Mlle La Victoire, a beautiful French cabaret star writes that her... More Info
Adam Zamoyski first wrote his history of Poland two years before the collapse of the Soviet Union. This substantially revised and updated edition sets the Soviet era in the context of the rise, fall and remarkable rebirth of an indomitable nation. In 1797, Russia, Prussia and Austria divided Poland... More Info
Although gym membership is on the increase, the way people actually exercise in the gym is rarely correct and frequently causes injury. Activities that should be pleasurable and fulfilling often end up being frustrating, can cause injury or are simply regarded as boring. Often the desired effects... More Info
7 simple steps to flawless negotiations A successful negotiation results in a win-win agreement for both parties. But where do you start if you're up against people or organisations with conflicting objectives? Or people who are just downright difficult? Getting what you want requires determination... More Info
7 simple steps to transform your presentations Speaking in front of an audience can be tough. Believe it or not, working out what you want to say is often the easiest part. You may need help overcoming nerves, or practical advice on body language, using technology, or dealing with tricky questions.... More Info
7 simple steps to effective meetings that will change the way you work People spend up to 60 percent of their working day in meetings, but all too often they leave feeling overwhelmed and confused. Sound familiar? Meetings that involve the wrong people or are badly organised are a waste of... More Info
7 simple steps to help you get what you want from networking Networking: get it right, and it provides an opportunity for learning and expanding your business contacts. But there are so many ways to get it wrong. Maybe you've learnt this the hard way, or maybe you don't know where to start. Whether... More Info
The year 2013 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the release of The Beatles' first album, Please, Please Me. To celebrate this event with material that has never been in print or has not repeatedly resurfaced is a challenge. But a great deal of both--namely, never-before-seen BBC transcripts and... More Info
Dawn broke fine on that fatal day. A couple of thousand feet above the tiny canvas tent the summit of the world’s highest mountain stood impassively, waiting for someone to have the courage to approach.
Bertie Rescues A Lion Cub Whilst On Holiday In Africa. When He Returns Home To Go Back To Boarding School, The Young Cub Is Sold To A Circus. Both Boy And Cub Miss The Bond Which Has Grown Between Them . . . Will They Ever Meet Again?
Practice, practice, practice. Now Walter Dean Myers, the new National Ambassador for Young People's Literature and "New York Times" bestselling and award-winning author, walks you through the writing process. Includes: Examples from his writing and reading experiences Walter's six-box and four-box... More Info
An educational journey through landfills, recycling plants and compost piles offers a "Find Out More" section that lists websites specifically designed for children, providing further information about recycling and instructions on how to build a compost pile. Simultaneous. 25,000 first printing.
An accessible introduction to the life and achievements of the iconic champion boxer describes his formidable talents and political views while offering insight into how race influenced his career. By the National Book Award Honor-winning author of Monster. 15,000 first printing.