Forget processed store-bought food—feed your dog a nutritious, balanced diet that uses healthy quality ingredients with this charming full-color illustrated guide with fifty great recipes for your beloved companion.
Modern dog people only want the best for their canine companions, and that extends to the food they eat. With Bone Appétit, you control the ingredients and the portions to feed your dog a practical, nutritious, and balanced diet—all from scratch!
Debora Robertson teaches you how to make canine cuisine that is quick to prepare, simple to cook, and fits easily into your daily routine. She starts with the basics—pantry staples—giving you lists of ingredient dos and don’ts. She then provides information and tips for easy swaps and quick snacks. The irresistible meals dogs will love to eat day after day are the centerpiece of the book: dozens of recipes for one-pot dinners, treats and biscuits, feel-better food, and even a pup-approved birthday cake—all created in conjunction with a certified nutritionist.
Packed full of nutritional information, including advice on feeding puppies and cooking for sick or recovering dogs, Bone Appétit teaches you how to meet your four-legged friend’s dietary needs in an easy, inexpensive, and environmentally friendly way.
Using healthy ingredients you can find in your local grocery store (or may already have at home), Bone Appétit is a must-have canine cookbook and kitchen guide for creating balanced, nutritious meals for a healthy, happy dog.
Calmness is within your reach.
With a little bit of help, the methods of truly relaxing your mind and body, and letting go of stresses and strains, can be learned, practised and perfected.
Bursting with tips, centring statements and soothing activities, Find Calm will help you to feel more at ease in the world and better equipped to deal with the things that really matter.
If you go into the woods, you're in for a dark surprise.
Thirty years ago, three girls followed a stranger into the woods. Only two returned. The surviving pair have never been able to remember what happened or what the fate of the third girl was. Local rumours talk of hippies and drugs and mystic rituals, but no one has learned the truth.
This story is just what Rowan Blake needs. He's in debt, his journalistic career is in tatters – as well as his damaged body – and he's retreated to the Lake District to write. Yet even Rowan isn't prepared for the evil he is about to unearth, for the secrets that have been buried in that wood for far too long...
Praise for David Mark:
'Dark, compelling crime writing of the highest order' DAILY MAIL
'Breathtaking' PETER MAY
'Truly exhilarating and inventive. Mark is a wonderfully descriptive writer' PETER JAMES
'Brilliantly written – a cracking story' RICHARD MADELEY, Richard and Judy Book Club
'To call Mark's novels police procedurals is like calling the Mona Lisa a pretty painting. Beautifully crafted, filled with flashbacks, horror, angst, and chilling detail' KIRKUS REVIEWS
'Exceptional ... Mark is writing at the top of his game' PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, Starred Review
'A master of the dark psychological thriller' KIRKUS
A COLLECTION OF EDUCATIONAL, ENTERTAINING CRAFTS THAT ARE SURE TO GET KIDS AND PARENTS TO UNPLUG AND INTERACTDoes your child spend too much time in front of a screen? Help them discover the excitement of hands-on learning with Screen-Free Crafts Kids Will Love. Packed with DIY projects like a personalized race track chore tracker, a high-flying homemade 3D kite and handmade musical instruments, the activities in this book will encourage your child to explore the world beyond the screen.Screen-Free Crafts Kids Will Love features step-by-step instructions and color photosfor over 60 entertaining and educational projects that are guaranteed to:• Promote lifelong learning• Stimulate creativity• Improve problem solving• Spur imaginative thinking• Encourage independent playtimeAnd the fun doesn’t end when the crafting is over. Youngsters will love making and playing with their new handmade creations on game night, at parties, during holidays and more.
With a lack of sentimentality unusual for the genre, Venice Observed explores the history, art, architecture, religion, and cultural peculiarities of the City of Canals. Mordantly witty and legendarily wry, Mary McCarthy catalogs the impressions of such visitors to the city as Montaigne, Stendhal, Spencer, and Henry James, but paints her own wholly original depictions of the city. Her adoration of the immortal city enlivens her interest in everything from the Venetian preference for cats over dogs to Tintoretto's paintings in the Scuola di San Rocco. Concerning Venice's ubiquitous tourists, McCarthy notes, "The complaint against foreigners, voiced by a foreigner, chimes querulously through the ages, in unison with the medieval monk who found St Mark's Square filled with 'Turks, Libyans, Parthians, and other monsters of the sea.' Today it is the Germans we complain of, and no doubt they complain of the Americans, in the same words." Conversational yet deeply informed, Venice Observed is a classic travel narrative for the ages.
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