There are lots of delicious foods to help you look and feel fantastic throughout life. This book will give you all the information you need about foods to help fight the visible signs of ageing and make you feel young from within.
Featuring a page-by-page breakdown of 100 foods that fight inflammation, toxins, and other anti-ageing effects, this handy guide includes delicious recipes and photos for each food. From avocados to molasses, discover 100 great foods and recipes that will help keep you young beyond your years.
Sewing is magic, creative, and fun,
it's meant to be shared with a special someone.
Let's fly off to Sewland and stitch something new
where all the town sews at a quarter to two.
This delightful children's picture book, written by Nancy Zieman of PBS's Sewing with Nancy, takes kids on a fun and exciting adventure to a magical land where everyone sews.
Let craft gurus Alan Gear and Barry Freestone be your crafting hosts as you plan and prepare for the holidays. This book contains everything you need to know to create a range of wonderful items as gifts, and to decorate the tree, table and home to welcome your guests. Using seasonal materials and simple techniques, create great presents for family and friends, exciting cards, seasonal wreaths, garlands, tree decorations, table items and mouthwatering candies. Packed with festive and creative ideas, The Ultimate Handcrafted Christmas is the definitive guide to creating the perfect Christmas.
Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life.
In Crafting Fun for Kids of All Ages, blogger Kim Uliana offers 200 entertaining, versatile, and easy-to-assemble arts and crafts projects for any occasion. Make glittery snowflakes and thumbprint ornaments during the holidays, create straw hats and button sunflowers for summer vacation, or decorate personalized bookmarks for back-to-school.Kim guides readers through each project, giving step-by-step instructions even the youngest crafter will be able to follow. Projects are organized by materials to provide easy searching and shopping for children and adults.Learn how to turn everyday crafting materials into pieces of art with Crafting Fun for Kids of All Ages. Pipe cleaners will become dream catchers and tiaras; buttons will turn into necklaces and wind chimes; tissue paper will transform into princess hats and fire-breathing dragons. Activities include:Crafting with clayPainting processes and ideasFun with pipe cleanersCreative construction paperButtonsAnd a whole lot more!
Cats have a way of walking into our lives and making themselves right at home. No cat lover can imagine life without a feline presence — even if it is only as fleeting as the occasional conversation with a neighbourhood stray. Meow: A book of happiness for cat lovers is a compendium of delightful quotes that capture the essence of this fascination. Some are by famous people (Mark Twain, Jean Cocteau, Ernest Hemingway), others not; some are philosophical, others light-hearted — all are memorable.
Accompanied by beautiful photography, and presented in a high-quality gift format, this is a collection of quotes to treasure. New in paperback.
Are you a word-sleuth? Do you derive great pleasure in punning away an afternoon or tackling the crossword puzzle like a fiend? Does the combination of humor and etymological scholarship make you weak in the knees? If so, this book’s for you. Clever readers (and others too!) will laugh in wonder at examples from well-known wits and infamous wisecracks, as well as phrase or two from your dedicated author.Don’t be intimidated by the company that you’ll keep between the covers of Words Gone Wild. Think of author Jim Bernhard as the cruise director, cheekily introducing the work of Shakespeare, Queen Victoria, George S. Kaufman, Dorothy Parker, Groucho Marx, and many more as he defines and exploits the pleasures of puns, limericks, word puzzles, spoonerisms, malapropisms, anagrams, tongue-twisters, croakers, double-entendres, and more! Enjoy all types of word play, such as: Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana. The pony was unable to talk because he was a little hoarse. Two peanuts walk into a bar. One was a salted. The chicken that crossed the road was poultry in motion. As the gardener said when asked why he was cutting the grass with a pair of scissors: That’s all there is; there isn’t any mower.”Whether you enjoy playing with words, watching words at play, or consider yourself a word-watching player, you’ll love this book. After all, the words in this book just want you to have fun.