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Think Like an Artist: ... And Lead a More Creative, Productive Life - Will GompertzPinterest Facebook Twitter Add to a list
Black Hole Blues and Other Songs from Outer Space - Janna LevinPinterest Facebook Twitter Add to a list
London in an Hour - Kate HodgesFeatures 120 bite-size ideas for things to do and places to visit in London in under an hour. Organised around the range of activities London has to offer, with chapters to help you find original and diverting suggestions for things to do, as well as a few places to eat and drink. Including how to squeeze in some culture or some exercise; find the best places to buy a birthday present or go for a quick pampering; discover outdoor spaces or quiet hideaways to escape the chaos; avoid the typical al desco lunch; make the most of your mornings; and turn a spare hour in-between a meeting or at a train station into an hour well spent. Will also include top ten lists for those really pushed for time and comprehensive indices by location and activity type to help you find what you need, quickly. Whether you're a visitor, on a family day out or a busy working Londoner, London in an Hour will transform your experience of the city. Pinterest Facebook Twitter Add to a list
The 4-hour Work Week: Escape the 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich - Timothy FerrissPinterest Facebook Twitter Add to a list
Destinations of a Lifetime: 225 of the World's Most Amazing Places - National GeographicPinterest Facebook Twitter Add to a list
Together is Better: A Little Book of Inspiration - Simon SinekPinterest Facebook Twitter Add to a list
Swimming London: London's 50 Greatest Swimming Spots - Jenny LandrethPinterest Facebook Twitter Add to a list
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Deluxe Stationery Set - Insight EditionsPinterest Facebook Twitter Add to a list
A Brief History of Everyone who Ever Lived: The Stories in Our Genes - Adam RutherfordThis is a story about you. It is the history of who you are and how you came to be. It is unique to you, as it is to each of the 100 billion modern humans who have ever drawn breath. But it is also our collective story, because in every one of our genomes we each carry the history of our species - births, deaths, disease, war, famine, migration and a lot of sex. Since scientists first read the human genome in 2001 it has been subject to all sorts of claims, counterclaims and myths. In fact, as Adam Rutherford explains, our genomes should be read not as instruction manuals, but as epic poems. DNA determines far less than we have been led to believe about us as individuals, but vastly more about us as a species. In this captivating journey through the expanding landscape of genetics, Adam Rutherford reveals what our genes now tell us about history, and what history tells us about our genes. From Neanderthals to murder, from redheads to race, dead kings to plague, evolution to epigenetics, this is a demystifying and illuminating new portrait of who we are and how we came to be. Pinterest Facebook Twitter Add to a list
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