Short film about a bookmark that is stuck in a forgotten book that is one day knocked over by wind. It experiences its environment by surfing the pages that turn in to ocean-waves, enjoying the ride of its life. As the book cover closes light reveals new challenges. www.muchbetternow.net
With a foreword from former Chief of the Defence Staff, Lord Jock Stirrup, new book Reader’s Digest War Stories (RRP £9.99; ISBN 978-1-78020-101-6) brings together personal recollections of the war and more, to tell the story of World War II from every angle.
England 1642: a nation divided. England is at war with itself. King Charles and Parliament each gather soldiers to their banners. Across the land men prepare to fight for their religious and political ideals. Civil war has begun.
Notes from the World’s Funniest Cancer Mailbox By Christine K. Clifford. After traveling the world researching longevity, I've come back as a big believer in the power of shedding stress--for both avoiding chronic inflammation and keeping the immune system strong.
In this richly illustrated and engagingly written book, Jamie Owen sets out to explore, via footpaths, B-roads, byways and railway tracks, one of the fastest changing countries within the British Isles.
A truly beautiful new book for all lovers of walking and the countryside – It will be treasured as a source of pleasure and practical tips for years to come
Publication Date: 7th JUNE 2010
ISBN: 978 1 84953 052 1Hardback Illustrated 208pp £9.99
Sherilyn Wileman (10) has penned “Redgate Tails – Sultan” a story about a European Eagle-Owl that she met at the Redgate Farm Animal Sanctuary in Markfield. The new book follows another exciting adventure with heroine Nat as she rescues a trapped owl and solves a kidnapping mystery.
Seventy years after the invasion of Poland, leading British statesmen and military leaders, from The Rt Hon The Baroness Thatcher to General The Lord Guthrie, unite to remind us: "We must never forget Poland's unique contribution to Britain's freedom and the defeat of Nazi Germany."
An icon of British equestrianism, Mary King is one of the most popular and successful British Event riders Currently ranked third by the International Federation of Eventing, Mary King’s achievements as a rider span a life-time.
In her mid-thirties Karen has it all: a career as a national-press fashion editor, a handsome boyfriend, a fab flat in west London and an array of the most gorgeous shoes. But when her 'plus one' leaves, she wonders if there is more to life.