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111 Places in Venice That You Must Not Miss

The Serenissima, the fair Lady, is increasingly growing to be the Disney World of the super-rich - but isn`t that what she always was? A search for the traces in the heart of this enchanted ”city of...

111 Places in Verona and Lake Garda That You Must Not Miss

As you catch your first glimpse of the crystal-clear waters of Lake Garda with its endlessly long banks, you instantly begin envisioning sunset strolls through picturesque fishing villages and abandoning...

111 Places in Vienna That You Shouldn`t Miss

Wiener Schnitzel, apple strudel, the Prater, Schonbrunn, and the Beautiful Blue Danube? The Viennese are proud of the fact that in Austria`s capital, even the sights are really worth seeing. Beyond the...

111 Places in York That You Shouldn`t Miss

What sort of curious place would give its shortest street the longest name? Or build a dazzling gold-lined dome - and hide it from view? The same mixed-up metropolis that was once the capital of England...

111 Places on the French Riviera That You Must Not Miss

The French Riviera is known as the land of the beautiful people, both famous and infamous. The iconic harbour of Saint-Tropez and the Promenade d`Anglais have been photographed a thousand times. Yet beyond...

111 Shops in London That You Shouldn`t Miss

Some people think London is a metropolis that is constantly reinventing itself - but in reality, it`s a whole planet in itself. Right under its surface, and nonetheless well-hidden, the true heart of London...

111 Shops in Milan That You Must Not Miss: Unique Finds and Local Treasures

Milan is one of the fastest moving and fashion forward cities in the world. Here, trend is everything and only the present and future seem to count. What`s hip in Milan influences boardrooms, runways,...

112 Gripes About the French

When American troops arrived in Paris to help maintain order at the end of the Second World War they were, at first, received by the local population with a sense of euphoria. However, the French soon...

11 Explorations into Life on Earth: Christmas Lectures from the Royal Institution

The second in a series of books in association with the Royal Institution on their world-renowned Christmas Lectures, this time exploring the secrets of the natural world - with a foreword by Sir David...

1 2 3 in a Tree

How many squirrels can you see? How many monkeys can you spot? Count along from one to ten as you point out the familiar animals hiding in the trees. A beautiful counting book filled with vintage-inspired...

123 Places in Turkey: A Private Grand Tour

This personal and well informed selection and description of the most interesting towns and individual buildings and archaeological sites in Turkey is the definitive guidebook for the discerning traveler....

1,2,3 To The Zoo - Flash Cards

These beautiful flash cards, featuring artist and author Eric Carle`s illustrations from 1, 2, 3 To The Zoo, feature three great concepts for infants and toddlers: animals, trains and counting! Printed...

131/2 Incredible Things You Need to Know About Everything

Learn something about everything and discover the world as you`ve never seen it before with exploded images of everyday objects from cars and skeletons to pianos and chocolate! Each image has 13 mind-blowing...

13 Planets: The Latest View of the Solar System

First Pluto left. Then it came back, along with Ceres and Erisand now Haumea and MakeMake, too! The recent actions of the International Astronomical Union have put every solar system book out of date....

13 Words

From bestselling author Lemony Snicket and celebrated illustrator Maira Kalman comes an uproarious, whimsical word book like no other.Together, Snicket and Kalman present a strikingly beautiful journey...

1421 The Year China Discovered The World

On 8 March 1421, the largest fleet the world had ever seen set sail from China. The ships, some nearly five hundred feet long, were under the command of Emperor Zhu Di`s loyal eunuch admirals. Their mission...

1500 Hotel Nights: A Black Comedy, the Straightforward Truth on the Absurd in Hotels, That Nobody Speaks Out

An honest critique of hotels and restaurants is missing from bookshelves, and Daniel Tabbush would argue that in fact there`s a plethora of the opposite. All too often, design characteristics at hotels...

15 Great Walks in North Wales

Walking is one of Britain s favourite pastimes, and the new 15 Great Walks series offers something different with a view to helping more and more people to get walking. Instead of all short walks or all...

15 Great Walks in Yorkshire

Walking is one of Britain s favourite pastimes, and the new 15 Great Walks series offers something different with a view to helping more and more people to get walking. Instead of all short walks or all...

15 Wonders of the World: Colour, Read, Fold & Travel

This wonderful colouring activity book introduces children to 15 wonders of the world, a selection spanning mankind`s history from antiquity to modern times; namely, the lighthouse of Alexandria, the Hanging...

1606: Shakespeare and the Year of Lear

1606: William Shakespeare and the Year of Lear traces Shakespeare`s life and times from the autumn of 1605, when he took an old and anonymous Elizabethan play, The Chronicle History of King Leir, and transformed...

1616 Map of Kent Cushion

A map of the world drawn by Antonio Sances apparently for ”Domingvos Martis Dorta;” 1623: with coloured drawings, coats of arms of various countries.The cover, printed using archival inks to get the...

1660 Universe Cushion

A colourful cushion with a map of the British Isles in 1707 from the British Library archives, part of a sophisticated and decorative collection from We Love Cushions designed to bring life and style to...

1666: Plague, War and Hellfire

1666 was a watershed year for England. The outbreak of the Great Plague, the eruption of the second Dutch War and the Great Fire of London all struck the country in rapid succession and with devastating...

1739 Paris - Portfolio

An extraordinary feat of Cartography Published by Etienne Turgot in 1739, our Paris map is one of the most decorative and celebrated maps ever made. 25 individual heavy art card stock sheets that as a...

17 Carnations: The Windsors, the Nazis and the Cover-Up

The story of the love affair between Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII, and his abdication in order to marry the divorcee, has provoked fascination and discussion for decades. However, the full story...

1864: The Forgotten War That Shaped Modern Europe

The Battle of Dybbol, 1864. Prussian troops lay siege to an outpost in the far south of Denmark. The conflict is over control of the Duchy of Schleswig, recently annexed by Denmark to the alarm of its...

18th C.Sundial/Compass

Expertly crafted, bronze dry compass, hand colored reproduction compass cards. Hand aged and hand polished. Not that long ago people actually lived by sundial time. Every village and town functioned on...

1913: The Year Before The Storm

This is a moving true account of European society on the brink of war. A witty yet moving narrative worked up from sketched documentary traces and biographical fragments, 1913 is an intimate cultural portrait...

1914 the Year the World Ended

In August 1914, the European powers plunged the world into a war that would kill or wound 37 million people, tear down the fabric of society, uproot ancient political systems and set the world on course...

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