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  • Jonathan Livingston Seagull / R. Bach

    Jonathan Livingston Seagull / R. Bach

    People who make their own rules when they know they're right... people who get a special pleasure out of doing something well (even if only for themselves)... people who know there's more to this whole living thing than meets the eye: they'll be with Jonathan Seagull all the way.Others may simply escape into a delightful adventure about freedom and flight.This book, quite simply, is unique. 

  • Jung`s Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism. / R. Moacanin

    Jung`s Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism. / R. Moacanin

     9/9/18. An ancient Eastern spiritual discipline is reconciled with a contemporary Western psychological system.

  • Just monkeys / M. Wilson

    Just monkeys / M. Wilson

     22/9/17. In het Engels, met veel mooie illustraties.

  • Khajuraho.  / E. Zannase

    Khajuraho. / E. Zannase

     19/2/19. Description of the Candella temple complex at Khajuraho. Life in the time of the Candellas. templse description and illustr.

  • King Ink / N. Cave

    King Ink / N. Cave

    Author and singer/songwriter Cave's first book, which collects early lyrics from his recordings with The Birthday Party and the Bad Seeds (up to and including the Bad Seeds' record, "Your Funeral, My Trial"), short stories and short plays. Cave's dark vision, coupled with his strong connections to primitive folk and blues music, and murder ballads in particular, has yielded an artist whose music rivals the intensity and integrity of Tom Waits and Johnny Cash. Even more impressively, Cave recently made a strong debut as a screenwriter in the hard-boiled Australian western, "The Proposition." Extremely uncommon. 

  • King Ink II / N. Cave

    King Ink II / N. Cave

     Collecting his lyrics from his masterpiece Tender Prey all the way through his masterpiece The Boatman's Call, this shows Cave tackling broader subjects with an ever-more-eloquent pen, but staying "chained to the same bowl of vomit" as he puts it, returning again and again to the recurring themes of love, loss, God, and death. This book also includes lyrics to songs that have thus far remained unpublished, or were written for other artists, as well as a short "movie treatment. 

  • King, Warrior, Magician, Lover / R. Moore & D. Gillette

    King, Warrior, Magician, Lover / R. Moore & D. Gillette

     Examines the crisis of masculine identity from a Jungian perspective, and argues that the essence of maleness can be found in four mature male archetypes. 

  • Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book. / T. Jones

    Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book. / T. Jones

     This is a reproduction of the diary of Lady Angelica Cottingham, which features pressed garden fairies. Or rather the psychic images of the fairies, who quickly turned it into a game, where they leapt between the closing pages in an effort to outdo each other to produce the most outrageous poses. The book claims to be the facsimile edition of the notebook of Lady Cottington who, it is said, took the infamous photograph of a group of fairies that was authenticated by Conan Doyle, but later discredited. She was determined to prove the existence of fairies and began to capture them between the pages of her notebook, in which she had previously pressed wild flowers. This is a record of the fairies she caught, and of the disruptive influence they had on her otherwise sheltered life.

  • Leonardo da Vinci

    Leonardo da Vinci

    9/11/17.  Leonardo has long been recognised as one of the great artists of the Renaissance, but he was also a pioneer in the understanding of human anatomy.  He intended to publish his ground-breaking work in a treatise on anatomy, and had he done so his discoveries would have transformed European knowledge of the subject. But on Leonardo’s death in 1519 the drawings remained a mass of undigested material among his private papers and their significance was effectively lost to the world for almost 400 years.

  • Liners-The Golden Age / R. Fox

    Liners-The Golden Age / R. Fox

    Liners - The Golden Age', chronicles the great era of ocean liner travel from the close of the nineteenth century to the launch of the 'QE2' and beyond. From first class to steerage, deck games to banquets, from the celebrations of maiden voyages to the adversity of disaster in both war and peace, this book contains over 350 photographs from the Hulton Getty Picture Collection. 

  • Lit from Within | Victoria Moran

    Lit from Within | Victoria Moran

    Tending Your Soul for Lifelong Beauty In this inspirational book, Moran shares the wisdom and experience from her own search for inner and outer beauty. Her observations and advice show how anyone can transform their thinking about what makes us beautiful. 

  • Luftwaffe / A. Price

    Luftwaffe / A. Price

    Ballantines illustrated history of world war 2.1970. From triumphant partner in the opening Blitzkrieg campaigns in the war to the last futile efforts to stem the inexorable Allied advance, the Luftwaffe waged a savage but honorable war against an enemy who eventually had overwhelming and irresistible forces.

  • MacArthur / S. L. Mayer

    MacArthur / S. L. Mayer

     He was pompous, blustery, imperious and  egotistical, but he did a fine job and he knew it. His political naivity was to prove disastrous, but this could not erase Douglas MacArthur's greater qualities; patriotism, personal courage, excellence as a military commander. 

  • Making money / Terry Prachett

    Making money / Terry Prachett

     23/11/18. The Ankh-Morpork Post Office is running like . . . well, not at all like a government office. The mail is delivered promptly; meetings start and end on time; five out of six letters relegated to the Blind Letter Office ultimately wend their way to the correct addresses. Postmaster General Moist von Lipwig, former arch-swindler and confidence man, has exceeded all expectations—including his own. So it's somewhat disconcerting when Lord Vetinari summons Moist to the palace and asks, "Tell me, Mr. Lipwig, would you like to make some real money?"

  • Marigold garden / Kate Greenaway

    Marigold garden / Kate Greenaway

    Pictures and rhymes . 

  • Marine Corps book of lists / A. A. Nofi

    Marine Corps book of lists / A. A. Nofi

     19/2/18. The United States Marine Corps is America's best-known military unit, and perhaps the most famous in the world. It is the nation's oldest unit, as far as recognition by Congress goes, and has been almost continually engaged in active operations for all its existence, when other branches of service were on peacetime status.Such a long and varied service, and the type of personnel required for such an elite unit, have produced a trove of lore and legendary unparalleled in the world. Albert A. Nofi, the leading force behind Combined Books' acclaimed Civil War Book of Lists, has taken on the task of producing a definitive compendium of Marine Corps facts and statistics.The Corps' long history is well-represented, with such lists as Greatest Battles, Medal of Honor Winners, Commandants, Marines in American Wars, Greatest Foes, Foreign Marine Corps, Confederate Marines, Marines in Congress, Marines in Space, and numerous others. A sharp focus is maintained on the present as well, since the book is also intended for those currently involved with the military. Current Marine units, bases, schools, orders of dress, traditions and specialized vocabulary are given complete coverage.United States Marine Corps Book of Lists will prove to be of equal interest to military history buffs and those currently involved in military affairs.

  • Masters of Doom. / D. Kushner

    Masters of Doom. / D. Kushner

     Masters of Doom is the true inside story of the Lennon and McCartney of the video game industry: John Carmack and John Romero. Together they created an empire, ruled a multibillion-dollar industry, and provoked a national controversy. They lived a unique American dream, escaping their broken homes to co-create the most innovative and notoriously successful video games in history - Doom and Quake - until the games they made tore them apart. David Kushner has been covering the video game industry for ten years and knows all the angles. Even those with no interest in video games will be fascinated by this vastly entertaining tale of friendship, betrayal and the genesis of a multibillion-dollar popular art form.2003. Isbn:9780749924898.

  • More Performing Toys / A. White

    More Performing Toys / A. White

      Directions for making toys with moveable parts from bottle tops, plastic containers, string, egg cartons, buttons, and a host of other scrap materials. 

  • Mountbatten / A. Swinson

    Mountbatten / A. Swinson

     There can be no doubt of his essential decency, his honesty, his courage, and his patriotism. He became a war leader because the Allied cause demanded the use of his extraordinary array of talents. Without him the road to victory would have been harder and longer, and the sacrifice of blood even greater. 

  • Museum of the mind / P. Spooner

    Museum of the mind / P. Spooner

     7/5/18.Build Your Own Thinking Machine from 192 Pieces of Paper.

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