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The Power of Reconciliation

Welby, Justin

Mirror Meditation: The Power of Neuroscience and Self-Reflection to Overcome Self-Criticism, Gain Confidence, and See Yourself with Compassion

Well, Tara
Discover the power of mirror meditation to help you awaken self-compassion, increase self-awareness, and gain the confidence needed to thrive.

User Experience Design: An Introduction to Creating Interactive Digital Spaces

Wells, Mark
An invaluable introduction for designers and creatives on how to create digital interfaces for users.

How to Tell Stories to Children: A step-by-step guide for parents and teachers

West, Silke Rose
A delightful parents' and teachers' guide to creating and telling stories to children

Jerks at Work: Toxic Coworkers and What to do About Them

West, Tessa
She digs deep into the inner workings of each bad apple, exploring their motivations and insecurities, and offers clever strategies for stopping each type of jerk in their tracks. Know a Jerk at Work?

The Happy Dog Owner: Finding Health and Happiness with the Help of Your Dog

Westgarth, Dr Carri
The Happy Dog Owner will show you how to cultivate a relationship with your dog that will actively improve your health and wellbeing, as well as resulting in a happier and healthier dog.

Infernal Battalion

The Beast, imprisoned beneath the fortress-city of Elysium for a thousand years, has been loosed upon the world and is spreading like a plague through the north.

Diana : Remembering the Princess

Wharfe, Ken
Today, twenty-five years since Diana's death, seems the right moment for a reassessment of this remarkable woman. Did the Royal Family learn lessons from her life, about protection and privacy, about how to incorporate 'outsiders' into their ranks, about how to manage scandal? Did it take any lessons from her death, and the public's reaction not only to that, but to the behaviour of, in particular, the Queen and Prince Charles, in the aftermath? Or have the family and the Palace - 'the men in grey suits', as Diana called them - continued on the same track, unchanged, repeating many of the mistakes made with her, from her first nervous ventures in royal circles to her later defiance of traditional protocols?

Untypical: How the World isn’t Built for Autistic People and What We Should All Do About It

Wharmby, Pete
A practical handbook for all of us to make the world a simpler, better place for autistic people to navigate, and a call to arms for anyone who believes in an inclusive society and wants to be part of the solution

Bloody Okinawa: The Last Great Battle of World War II

Wheelan, Joseph
From the author of Midnight in the Pacific, a stirring narrative of World War II's final major battle--the Pacific war's largest, bloodiest, most savagely fought campaign - the last of its kind.

Still Just a Geek

Wheton, Wil
Celebrated actor, personality, and all-around nerd Wil Wheaton updates his memoir of collected blog posts with all new material and annotations as he reexamines one of the most interesting lives in Hollywood and fandom!