Pocket Bike Maintenance
by Mel Allwood
Pocket Bike Maintenance tells you everything you will need to know about your bike and, more importantly, keep it trouble free and on the road. From fixing flat tyres - which can happen anywhere - to worn brakes, headset and chainset. How repairs should be made or, even better, avoided. With a well-maintained bike, the need to make roadside repairs will be reduced. Whether you are dealing with emergency repairs on the roadside, or want to customise the bike to make it last longer, go faster or...
by Liza Hollinghurst
Complete with 18 genuine patterns from 1941, this vintage knitting handbook will allow you to recreate the authentic homemade styles of the 'Golden Age' of knitting! 70 facsimile pages from the classic Knitting for All have been included, and a new introduction looks at the influence of the Second World War and rationing on the incredible popularity of knitting in the era of 'make do and mend'. Helpful conversions and advice are also provided for those wanting to recreate these garments, so why...
Flip-Flops and Microwaved Fish
by Peter Yawitz
A Twenty-Something's Guide to Workplace Culture and Communication Flip-Flops and Microwaved Fish is all about helping soon-to-be-college grads and those first starting out in their careers learn how to be more than just professional-ish. It offers funny, practical advice on truly understanding and managing life at work. Written for both American and non-American twenty-somethings and anyone who's uncertain about what standard business protocol in an office should look like, this book provides u...
University of San Diego (College Prowler: University of San Diego Off the Record)
by James Leonard
Tiny House Basics
by Joshua Engberg and Shelley Engberg
The Perfect Guide to Little Space Living#1 Best Seller in Small Homes & Cottages "Joshua and Shelley get you thinking about what you can do to live a little simpler, even if you're not building a tiny house." Mario Soto, Tiny House MD. With this tiny homes idea book, learn how to redefine what a house is and master organization, location, and happiness to make the best of your little space. You'll want to live in a mini house after reading this book. Tiny House Basics is an adventure in off...
Are You Ready? An In-Depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness
by Federal Emergency Management Agency
by Norman McGrath
This is a definitive guide on the many faceted subject of photographing buildings. It is useful for both students and professional architectural photographers in need of trusted information and advice on the many faceted subject of photographing buildings. This is a definitive guide from an industry leader Norman McGrath, with many never-seen-before images from the author's own archives. It includes information on photographic workshops and an index of architectural photographers with their cont...
Getting Out (Process Self-reliance)
by Mark Ehrman and Cletus Nelson
The Doctors Book of Home Remedies
When the original "Doctors Book of Home Remedies" published in 1990, it became the cornerstone of the oldest and arguably the most successful franchise in the history of Rodale Books. Twenty years, ten spinoffs, and millions of copies later, the "Doctors Book" remains as popular as ever. It's easy to understand why: home remedies are inexpensive, effective, and ideal for everyday ailments that don't require hands-on medical care, as well as for chronic conditions that can benefit from ancillary...
How to Overcome Shyness
by Adams Media
Learn how to overcome shyness and increase your confidence in common social situations with this simple and approachable guide. In today's world, we have come to rely so heavily on technology to communicate that it has led to increased anxiety for many when talking face-to-face. In How to Overcome Shyness, you'll learn to step away from distractions, overcome your shyness, and be more successful and comfortable in social situations. With real-world examples, brief exercises, and simple tips, yo...