OS Nock's Pocket Encylopaedia of British Steam Railways and Locomotives
This compendium of two classic reference works, first published in the 1960s, tells the story of the evolution of British locomotives, carriages and rolling stock, and charts the milestones of railway history through a series of over 350 colour illustrations, descriptions and historical overviews. Further entries identify types of signals used by different operators and the coats of arms of the most notable pre-grouping railway companies.
Healing Vegetarian Recipes
100 Healthy Recipes: Delicious Recipes for Body and Mind
This collection of 100 vegetarian recipes starts with nutritious meals for simply looking good and feeling good, including weight loss and detox recipes as well as ideas for healthy skin, eyes, muscles and joints, etc. In part two the ‘Recovery and Recuperation’ recipes target common complaints such as colds, hangovers, insomnia and anaemia; while part three focuses on foods to combat stress and depression and nourish soul and spirit.
Clippers, Packets and Men O'War
The Tall Ship in Art
The marine artists represented in this portfolio – John Groves, Geoff Hunt, Mark Myers, Roy Cross and Derek Gardner – are all masters of the tall ship genre and, although variously working in oils, watercolours and pastels, share a meticulous approach to the historical accuracy of their subjects. The book presents more than 100 paintings including humble – yet still tall – merchant shipping along with the magnificent clippers, Nelsonic line-of-battle ships and sleek Edwardian yachts.
Wild Flowers of Britain and Europe
Practical and easy-to-use guides describing more than 250 species with details of characteristics, range and habitats, botanical illustrations and photographs, notes on similar species and tips for field work. Each book in the series has an introduction by Tony Soper and a general introduction to its subject. With plastic jackets for use in the great outdoors.
The Adventures of the Six Cousins
Six Cousins at Mistletoe Farm and Six Cousins Again
When three farm children, Jane, Jack and Susan, are joined by Cyril, Melisande and Roderick after a fire destroys their home in town there are difficult adjustments, but their adventures soon help bridge the town-country divide. This volume is two stories in one: Six Cousins at Mistletoe Farm (1948) and Six Cousins Again (1950). Age 7+