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  • Going to Extremesby Nick Middleton

    Pan Macmillan 2012; US$ 9.71

    In Going to Extremes writer, presenter and Oxford geography don Nick Middleton visits Oymyakon in Siberia, where the average winter temperature is -47 degrees and 40% of the population have lost their fingers to frostbite while changing the car wheel. Next he travels to Africa in Chile where there have been fourteen consecutive years without a drop... more...

  • The Vinland Sagasby Hermann Palsson; Magnus Magnusson

    Penguin Books Ltd 1973; US$ 11.27

    One of the most arresting stories in the history of exploration, these two Icelandic sagas tell of the discovery of America by Norsemen five centuries before Christopher Columbus. Together, the direct, forceful twelfth-century Graenlendinga Saga and the more polished and scholarly Eirik's Saga, written some hundred years later, recount how Eirik the... more...

  • Free Stuff & Good Deals for Folks Over 50by Linda Bowman

    Santa Monica Press 2007; US$ 11.95

    The completely revised 3rd edition of Free Stuff & Good Deals for Folks over 50 features goods and services that are either absolutely free or are such a fantastic deal, they won?t want to pass them up! And best of all, author and professional bargain hunter Linda Bowman shows them how to obtain their free gifts and incredible bargains quickly and... more...

  • Gallipoliby Ian McGibbon

    Penguin Books Ltd 2014; US$ 12.78

    Gallipoli is one of the most significant sites in the story of New Zealand's First World War - a symbol of great sacrifice and camaraderie, and the heart of ongoing Anzac commemorations. Gallipoli: A Guide to New Zealand Battlefields and Memorials is the indispensable handbook to the history and geographic features of the campaign for a modern,... more...

  • The Western Frontby Ian McGibbon

    Penguin Books Ltd 2015; US$ 12.78

    The Western Front, where New Zealand fought its deadliest military campaign, contains some of the most significant sites in the story of New Zealand's First World War - the Somme, Messines, Passchendaele and Le Quesnoy. The Western Front: A Guide to New Zealand Battlefields and Memorials is the indispensable handbook to the history and geographic features... more...

  • The Baby Gizmo Buying Guideby Heather Maclean

    Thomas Nelson 2008; US$ 13.59

    This is the most comprehensive guide to baby products on the planet. Heather Maclean and Hollie Schultz, the founders of, walk you through not only standard purchases like car seats and high chairs, but also new generation choices like luxury stroller systems and designer diaper bags. more...

  • Stoneacreby Matt

    National Trust (Enterprises) Ltd 2016; US$ 4.99

    Saved from destruction by Arts and Crafts scholar, Aymer Vallance, this medieval hall-house isn?t quite what it seems.Starting life around 1480, Stoneacre was built from the ragstone quarry in which the house sits. Yet when Arts and Crafts scholar and disciple of William Morris, Aymer Vallance, bought Stoneacre in 1922 his wife remarked that it was... more...

  • Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardensby Andrew

    National Trust (Enterprises) Ltd 2016; US$ 7.99

    ?A haunt of ancient peace?With these famous words, the poet Tennyson sums up the qualities of stability and gentle age that make Gunby special. This out-of-the-way place is the quintessential small English country house, garden and estate. For six centuries, it has been the much-loved home of the Massingberds, who have fostered fascinating friends... more...

  • Bernard Shaw at Shaw?s Cornerby Sue

    National Trust (Enterprises) Ltd 2016; US$ 5.99

    The playwright George Bernard Shaw threw all his immense energies into making the world a better place. At the same time he needed a refuge from celebrity. He found this at Shaw?s Corner in the quiet Hertfordshire village of Ayot St Lawrence, where he could write in peace and entertain his wide circle of friends. This modest former rectory is filled... more...

  • Jamaica Landmark Visitors Guideby Don Philpott

    Hunter Publishing 2001; US$ 15.00

    One of many titles in the Landmark Visitors Guide series, a revamp and update of the highly respected Visitors Guides , acknowledged as among the most reliable and useful guides for sightseers. With full color maps and photos throughout, the new Landmark Visitors Guides are highly detailed, giving you the information you need to get the most from... more...