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This book features 100 churches built since 1914, showing the development of modern church architecture in Britain. From Spence's Coventry Cathedral to Giles Gilbert Scott's Liverpool Cathedral and featuring churches, mosques and synagogues. Architects in
A sourcebook of 1980s fashion print, this edition showcases prints from a design period that is having a major revival. Covering the whole of this decade of excess, the book includes prints that were, for the first time, produced completely by fashion fab
50 Things I Wish I Told You captures all of these intentions, from practical lessons on how to make a bed, how to iron a shirt and how to rent your first flat to personal advice on the perfect handshake and making small talk. These are the lessons that wo
A highly diverting celebration of television's favourite naturalist, packed with games, trivia and Attenborough-inspired activities.
A refreshed reissue of the 1952 classic Treasure on Earth, this is the vivid and charming account of Christmas in an Edwardian country house. Phyllis Sandeman, who was brought up at Lyme Park in Cheshire, recalls the celebrations, the relationships betwee
Artist Simon Harmer creates delightful and distinctive line drawings of the UK's famous landmarks and landscape. In this book, he travels from Hadrian's Wall to Cornwall illustrating everything from Stonehenge to Blackpool Tower. Each drawing is accompani
In Adventurous Watercolours, her first book, Jenny discusses in detail the various aspects that contribute to her distinctive style of painting in watercolour.
Nigella Lawson described Anna Del Conte's book Portrait of Pasta as 'The book that actually changed the way the English thought about Italian cooking... and the instrumental force in leading us from the land of spag bol, macaroni cheese and tinned ravioli
This striking collection of Arts & Crafts design postcards is the perfect gift for all lovers of beautiful design.
Bath City Guide
Written for the German visitor, this is a lavishly illustrated guide based on walks that take in the 'must-sees' of Bath, with diversions for those with more time.
An archive tour of Scotland's thriving city,showing tremendous change over 150 years. Each archive photo is matched with the viewpoint as it looks today. It includes the Cathedral and Necropolis, Provand's Lordship, the Tontine Building, Saltmarket, City
Beatrix Potter, born into a wealthy London family, became a passionate country woman and skilled farmer in the northern countryside, where her characters were brought vividly to life by the genius of her words and pictures. This work introduces readers to
Beginner's Guide to Abstract Art Making abstract art in watercolour, acrylics, mixed media and collage
A great beginner guide for painters wanting to start abstract art for the first time, including projects to help you along the way.
When Ben receives a book for his birthday, he's not sure what to do with it. Should he use it to stand on so he can reach up higher? Each different thing Ben tries just doesn't seem quite right! Until, that is, he shows it to his older sister Lily, who kn
An architectural treasure hunt through London to find the A to Z in the buidings of the city.
Refreshingly witty and readable guide to the world's most famous wine region.
Botanical Illustration Course with the Eden Project Drawing and watercolour painting techniques for botanical artists
This bestselling botanical illustration title new in paperback. Devised by experienced teacher and award-winning artist Rosie Martin, this course is based on the botanical illustration course taught at the highly acclaimed Eden Project in Cornwall.
New additions to this exciting new range of stationery. A beautiful notebook with a vintage book cover. Clothbound hardback with back pocket and elastic closure.
An exploration of the iconic book-cover designs created by Brian Cook for Batsford in the mid-twentieth century.
Over 80 beautiful hand-drawn illustrations from the world of flowers to colour in. A wonderful mindful activity to soothe your soul and feed your creativity.
A fascinating Pitkin guide with stunning photographs of England's most famous gardener.
A classic Pitkin Guide which looks at the architecture of cathedrals through the ages.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was an innovator, and is undoubtedly one of Scotland's most celebrated architects. His astounding buildings creatively reinterpreted the past and opened the way for the Modern Movement. This beautifully illustrated guide has been
A guide to some of the places to visit in Chester.
Ray Slater provides patterns for different doll shapes, from the simplest stump doll to the more complicated jointed doll. The book gives practical instruction on needle-sculpting expressive faces, as well as details on how to use the patterns to make the
50 postcards showing the glories of the British coastline presented in an attractive box. The National Trust's 50th anniversary of Project Neptune, a major campaign to preserve large parts of Britain's coastline, is celebrated here in all it's wealth and
Along with Blue Note records, the Prestige, Atlantic, Contemporary and Pacific and Riverside Labels were the chief providers of America's East and West Coast sounds on vinyl. Coast to Coast brings together the most iconic album cover art of all time.
Complete Book of Curtains, Drapes and Blinds is a one-stop reference to window dressing. Learn the basics of window shapes, measuring, heading tapes, fabric characteristics and fabric quantities. The book provides a in-depth look into various types of acc
Creole Kitchen is an original collection of recipes from the French Caribbean. This sunshine-filled book features 100 recipes from Prawns Colombo to Creole Cassoulet, from Coconut Slaw to Saltfish Boudins, from Flambe Bananas to Pineapple Fritters and del
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