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- Bloomsbury Publishing 2015; US$ 10.99
When Countrywise presenter Paul Heiney's son Nicholas committed suicide aged 23, Paul and his wife, Times columnist Libby Purves, were rocked to the core. Nicholas had been a highly gifted promising young man, albeit he had struggled to keep his head above water at times as severe depression slowly dragged him down over many years. Nicholas... more...
- The History Press 2011; US$ 4.36
Why do jellies wobble? Why don't the oceans overflow? Why do racing cars have fat tyres? How do widgets in beer cans work? How many bones does a giraffe have in that long neck? I've been told that dogs only see in black and white. Is that true? How do we know that no two snow crystals are the same? Why is the earth round? And how do we know it is?... more...
- The History Press 2011; US$ 4.36
What is ear wax for? Do bacteria have sex? How do they put stripes in toothpaste? Does your nose run in space? What are stars made of? This book answers those tantalising or perplexing questions for which you thought you'd never find an answer. A book for the naturally curious, as well as those seekers after scientific truths, it unravels both those... more...
- The History Press 2014; US$ 13.11
In Can Crocodiles Cry? Paul Heiney unravels further science behind those things we take for granted, and explains just why the world and its contents are the way they are. Drawing on questions asked by the public, this book brings some of the finest scientific minds to bear on how the laws of science apply to everyday life. It is the perfect present... more...
- Nick Hern Books 2014; US$ 14.57
Rose Heiney?s debut play Elephants is a sharp black comedy with a tender heart that explores the paths we take in life and their repercussions on the people we love most. 5.53 p.m. Christmas Eve. Richard and Sally are waiting for their friends and family to join in the festivities – the tree is decorated, the wine is mulling, the presents are... more...
- American Cancer Society 2013; US$ 9.99
A parent's cancer diagnosis can be extremely stressful for children, whether they're toddlers or teenagers, and this helpful, calming guide teaches parents how to talk to children and help allay their fears. With expert advice on the latest psychosocial approaches to helping children cope, this guide helps parents teach children about the diagosis,... more...
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2012; US$ 64.99
In Research on Schools, Neighborhoods, and Communities we hear from leading research scientists who study urban education conceived broadly. The findings and perspectives reported herein inform with respect to the status of urban education and also with respect to what education in an urban nation should and can become. This is an important... more...