This comprehensive guide by Australia’s bestselling author of gardening books has been updated to include 300 new roses. In total, 1,500 species are photographed and listed, with anecdotal descriptions. Species are divided into four sections, with additional information on cultivation and breeders.
7 Essential Ingredients for Living Well
Through this lavishly illustrated collection of recipes, Rena Patten, author of the Quinoa cookbook series, introduces seven superfoods that are all packed with vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and antioxidants, as well as many other beneficial nutrients. With a surprisingly wide variety of recipes, each chapter is dedicated to one of the seven ingredients: broccoli, kale, quinoa, amaranth, chia, seaweed and raw cacao.
My Italian Kitchen
Working in his Italian kitchen at Vic’s Cucina Bar, Australia’s foremost Italian chef reveals the secrets of cooking authentic Italian food at home. Packed with advice on ingredients and methods, My Italian Kitchen offers recipes for pizzas, gnocchi and handmade pasta sauces, side dishes, entrées, main meals and desserts, including the recipe for Vic’s own Bolognese sauce, which he learned in Perugia before spending many years perfecting it.
Advanced Bird ID Guide
The Western Palearctic
Nils van Duivendijk’s authoritative guide for serious birdwatchers covers all the essential identification features, including many not dealt with in standard guides, for every plumage of all 1,300 species and subspecies, common residents to rare migrants, recorded in Britain, Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Published in association with British Birds journal, the Guide is a former Birdwatch magazine Book of the Year.
Grouse of the World
Grouse are a vast family of birds found throughout the northern hemisphere from the Gulf of Mexico to the Kamchatka peninsula; they include the capercaillie, ptarmigan and prairie chicken. This comprehensive English-language guide explores the evolution of the grouse, then examines each species in turn, noting its distribution and habitat, diet, breeding habits and conservation issues. The extensive illustrations include maps, paintings, photographs and line drawings that highlight anatomical features and behaviour.
Penguins' anthropomorphic qualities have contributed to their popularity, but it is the extreme conditions in which they live and the extraordinary behaviours that they have evolved that makes them so fascinating. This photographic celebration focuses on the penguins of the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic islands, studying the birds' feeding, courtship, breeding and survival behaviours and remote habitats, and also contains a 'fact file' profiling the 17 commonly recognized species – from the Emperors of the sea-ice to the lesser-known warm-weather penguins.
Greece is a nation of rocky outcrops scattered across the sparkling Aegean, fringed by sandy beaches and dotted with ancient temples and dazzling white churches. Paul Davies details the sights and transport links of all the major islands and many secluded gems, along with those of Athens. This is one of the Globetrotter Travel Guides. Written by some of the most experienced travel writers in the business, these practical, concise and well-illustrated guides vividly describe places of interest and suggest where to eat, stay, shop and relax. With a weatherproof sleeve, fold-out map and free pdf map for your mobile.