ETTA LEMON: THE WOMAN WHO SAVED THE BIRDS is the story of a pioneering conservationist who led the campaign against the slaughter of wild birds for extravagantly feathered hats and coaxed the world to care for birds.
The Farm That Feeds Us is a stylishly illustrated non-fiction book looking at the workings of a family farm, the different animals, crops, and machinery, and the rhythm of farm life throughout the year.
An inspiring new analysis of females from perennially popular myth and legend, as well as uncovering previously overlooked characters. This contemporary feminist approach speaks directly to the empowering rhetoric of recent women-focused publishing.
In his autobiography, McCaw recounts for the first time, with brutal honesty, the roots of his family life that defined his character and how it gave him the strength to emerge from the lowest moment in his career to become the most successful Captain world rugby has ever seen.
The 150th Open Annual is an essential souvenir for all golf fans, telling the story of another dramatic Championship, with complete statistical records and gripping day by day reportage, plus extensive feature photography.