• “A”

    From A to Z, stunning color photographs depict everyday life in Nigeria, where the author-photographer grew up–but the images pictured also represent the rich diversity of Africa, and the warm family ties and traditional village life found throughout this vast colorful continent.

  • “Money Mail”

    Moving abroad is an exciting, but somewhat daunting step. For those who are moving for business, retirement or pleasure, this handbook contains information on the process. Written by experts from the Daily Mail’s “Money Mail” award-winning team, it covers all aspects of personal finance when moving abroad, from house-hunting to what to do with the house back in the UK. All the information is presented in a jargon-free style and checklists are provided to help the reader to ensure that they have not forgotten anything.

  • $10,000,000

    James Patterson’s BookShots. Short, fast-paced, high-impact entertainment.

    Will you marry me for $10,000,000?

    I am a creative, open-minded businessman with limited time and desire to play the field. This is a serious proposal.

    A mysterious billboard intrigues three single women in LA. But who is this Mr. Right? And is he the perfect match for the lucky winner?

  • 100 Cases in Clinical

    A 27-year-old Ghanaian woman presents in the emergency department with a three-day history of headache, nausea, and vague lower abdominal pain. She has no significant past medical history, but is eight-weeks pregnant with her first child. She lives in London and returned from a trip to Ghana two weeks ago. You have been assigned her initial assessment…

    100 Cases in Clinical Pathology presents 100 clinical scenarios commonly seen by medical students and junior doctors in the emergency department, outpatient clinic, or in general practice in which an understanding of the underlying clinical pathology is central to arriving at the correct diagnosis. A succinct summary of the patient’s history, examination, and initial investigations-histopathology, chemical pathology, haematology, microbiology, and clinical immunology as appropriate-is followed by questions on each case, with particular emphasis on the interpretation of the results and the arrival at a clinicopathologic diagnosis. The answer includes a detailed discussion on each topic, providing an essential revision aid as well as a practical guide for students and junior doctors.

    Making speedy and appropriate clinical decisions, and choosing the best course of action to take as a result, is one of the most important and challenging parts of training to become a doctor. These true-to-life cases will teach students and junior doctors to recognize important clinical conditions, to request the appropriate pathological investigation and correctly interpret those results, and, as a result, to develop their diagnostic and management skills.

  • 113 MINUTES

    ames Patterson’s BookShots. Short, fast-paced, high-impact entertainment.

    I know who killed my son.

    Molly Rourke’s son has been murdered… and she knows who’s responsible. Now she’s taking the law into her own hands. Never underestimate a mother’s love.

  • 12 – Step

    Since 1949, the Hazleden Foundation has been a leading practitioner of the Twelve Steps recovery model of Alcoholics Anonymous. Now Hazelden expands the application of the Twelve Steps to business and personal change. Here is a radically holistic investigation of both the business organization as an evolving organism, and how values-driven transformation can affect permanent change in an individual’s life and work. ’12 Step Wisdom at Work is a wonderfully delightful collection of inspiring stories from some of the best minds in business today.’ Ken Blanchard, Co-author of The One Minute Manager and Leadership By The Book ’12 Step Wisdom at Work does a brilliant job of describing how the wisdom of the 12 Step process can not only transform the lives of individuals but of organizations as well. It demonstrates through the stories of individuals how their own transformative experiences can empower them to create lasting improvement in their organizations.’ William W George, Chairman and CEO, Medtronic Inc. ’12 Step Wisdom at Work provides a solid foundation for taking a great leap forward

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  • A Boy Called Christmas

    ChristmYou are about to read the true story of Father Christmas.

    It’s a story that proves nothing is impossible.

    A Boy Called Christmas is a tale of adventure, snow, kidnapping, elves, more snow and a boy called Nikolas, who isn’t afraid to believe in magic.

    From the winner of The Smarties Book Prize and the Blue Peter Book Award. With enchanting illustrations by Chris Mould.as is coming

  • A Brief History

    His grandfather was the bloodthirsty Mongol leader Genghis Khan, his mother a Christian princess. Groomed from childhood for a position of authority, Khubilai snatched the position of Great Khan, becoming the overlord of a Mongol federation that stretched from the Balkans to the Korean coastline. His armies conquered the Asian kingdom of Dali and brought down the last defenders of imperial China. Khubilai Khan presided over a glorious Asian renaissance, attracting emissaries from all across the continent, and opening his civil service to ‘men with coloured eyes’ – administrators from the far west. His life and times encompassed the legends of Prester John, the pinnacle of the samurai (and, indeed, the Mongols), and the travels of Marco Polo.

  • A Christmas Carol

    beautiful edition of the classic tale, Oliver
    Ebenezer Scrooge is a miserly and mean-spirited old man.

    He treats family, coworkers, and strangers alike with distaste.
    But on Christmas Eve he receives a visit from the ghost of his
    dead business partner, Jacob Marley. Marley warns Scrooge that unless
    he learns to be less greedy and self-serving that Scrooge will
    be condemned to wander Earth weighed down with heavy chains,
    as Marley has been.

  • A Christmas Carol

    This edition of A Christmas Carol is perfect for GCSE-level students: it comes complete with the novel, plus an introduction providing context, and a glossary explaining key terms.

  • A City for All :

    By the turn of the century more than half the world’s population will live in urban areas. This rapid pace of urbanization is forcing a rethinking of development priorities, and this book explores some of those initiatives.

    The book opens with an introduction to the issues of urban development, taking a human development perspective as its central theme. Best practice in sustainable human settlements around the world is explored through an analysis of the nature of diversity in the city, organizational and participative issues, and the question of gender.

  • A First Course in

    A First Course in the Finite Element Analysis provides a simple, basic approach to the finite element method that can be understood by both undergraduate and graduate students. It does not have the usual prerequisites (such as structural analysis) required by most available texts in this area. The book is written primarily as a basic learning tool for the undergraduate student in civil and mechanical engineering whose main interest is in stress analysis and heat transfer. The text is geared toward those who want to apply the finite element method as a tool to solve practical physical problems. This revised fourth edition includes the addition of a large number of new problems (including SI problems), an appendix for mechanical and thermal properties, and more civil applications.

  • A Friend In Need

    Age Range: 10 – 13 years

    Fiifi and his two friends, Kakra and Panyin are neighbours. In an Art and Craft class, Fiifi cannot mold his clay pot. He asks Panyin to help him complete his art work over the weekend, but Panyin gives a thousand and one reasons why he cannot help.

  • A Home for Teasel

    Gwen has wanted a pony for as long as she can remember, but there’s
    no way her parents can afford one. And with a demanding older
    sister, and younger twin brothers, one with chronic asthma, sometimes
    what Gwen wants gets forgotten.

    So Gwen does odd jobs around the neighbourhood – anything that will
    help add a few pennies to her pony fund. When Gwen is asked to
    help an elderly neighbour, she can’t believe it when she discovers
    Mrs Tilney owns a pony that needs looking after too!

  • A Letter to New

    Have you ever wondered what happens when you drop your letter in the postbox? How does a letter get from your home town to the other side of the world in just a few days? In this book you will see what happens at every stage of a letter’s journey from Jack in England to his penpal, Tama, in New Zealand.

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