The Javier Hernandez Story
by Charles Samuel
Totally Unofficial Javier Hernandez, El Chicharito ('The Little Pea', so named for his green eyes), is rapidly becoming one of the most idolised young football stars on the planet. After an amazing World Cup debut for Mexico, he left Guadalajara ...
by Janella Purcell & Janella Purcell
Janella challenges our perception of food and the part it plays in our everyday lives. But hey, it works and her recipes are delicious. I never considered that red quinoa, tamari, silken tofu & kombu would ever be part of my cooking repertoire ...
by Steve Cooper
Respected fishing writer Steve Cooper lists his top fishing spots around Australia in this title for keen anglers. Divided into state chapters, Cooper offers detailed information on each of his favourite fishing spots and impressive images ...
by Dr Manny Noakes
The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet has already inspired thousands of Australians to lose weight and improve their overall health. This new collection of recipes based on the scientifically proven programme offers 120 new ideas for making ...
Jerry Sandusky, Penn State, and the Culture of Silence
by Bill Moushey & Robert Dvorchak
<p>It's a scandal that began in a place called Happy Valley. But it's not as happy as it once was, as the child-sex-abuse charges against a longtime coach have rocked America and Division 1 college sports.<p>The shocking stories started to pour ...Large Print
A Guide to Retrofitting
by Derek Wrigley
In 1991, architect and solar consultant Derek Wrigley moved into a townhouse in Canberra and faced a new design challenge - how to retrofit an existing suburban house to use renewable energies rather than fossil fuels. Convinced that building ...
Weight-loss Recipes for Everyday Life
by Michelle Bridges
The kitchen is ground control in the war of weight loss and The No Excuses Cookbook is all the ammo you need! In this new book, Michelle Bridges, celebrity Biggest Loser trainer, arms you with over 80 calorie-controlled, delicious and satisfying ...
by Yates & Yates Yates
This special anniversary edition features a pictorial history of Yates in Australia and a new chapter about changes in garden design over the last century, to inspire heritage traditions in the modern garden. <br> <br>Fully illustrated and ...
100 Knockout Recipes for Rapid Weight Loss
by Michelle Bridges
Take charge of what you eat! Lose weight! Feel fantastic! Michelle Bridges, expert trainer from The Biggest Loser and author of the best-selling Crunch Time, knows that confidence in the kitchen is the key to weight management. In the Crunch Time ...
Authentic Italian Food Rituals and Family Recipes
by Oates Teresa, Teresa Oates, Villella Angela & others
Mangia! Mangia! , Italian for Eat! Eat!, celebrates home-style Southern Italian food, based on traditional recipes and methods passed down through the generations. Authors Teresa Oates and Angela Villella are passionate in their quest to preserve ...
Finding the Path to Two-wheeled Transcendence
In Bike Snob, blogger BikeSnobNYC offered an overview of cycling and the various 'bike cultures.' This next book will focus on an experience that cyclists the world over are familiar with: commuting. With his trademark snark, humor and begrudging ...
by Sue Shepherd & Peter Gibson
The first half of this book is a user-friendly guide to food intolerances, an explanation of the Low-Fodmap diet and an overview of how to include it in your daily eating plan. Sue Shepherd, who understands that we don't all eat at home all the ...
by Matthew Hayden
Matthew Hayden was one of the most commanding batsmen the game has ever seen - and one of its great enigmas. A devout Catholic, and a ruthless on-field sledger. A brutal enforcer, and a soft-hearted family man. Australian record-holder for ...
by Jennifer Casa
Get creative with kids Unplugging kids from their MP3 players and game systems for one-on-one family time is a great way to reconnect in today's hectic world. And what better way to spend time together than doing an activity that's not only fun ...
The Hidden Tribe, the Ultra-runners, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen
by Christopher McDougall
At the heart of Born to Run lies a mysterious tribe of Mexican Indians, the Tarahumara, who live quietly in canyons and are reputed to be the best distance runners in the world; in 1993, one of them, aged 57, came first in a prestigious 100-mile ...
by Pierre Dukan
The Dukan Diet is based on a unique four-step programme. Two steps to lose weight and two steps to keep it off for good. The Dukan Diet Recipe Book will help you stick to the diet by offering over 350 recipes suitable for the all-important weight ...
The Battle to Save the World Cup from the Hooligans
by Dougie Brimson
For years, English football was blighted by the shameful actions of a hardcore few who wreaked havoc at home and abroad. Thankfully, the British police finally seem to be winning the war against hooliganism. Unfortunately, other nations are ...
An Unlikely Theory of Globalization
by Franklin Foer
Soccer is much more than a game, or even a way of life. It is a perfect window into the cross-currents of today's world, with all its joys and its sorrows. In this remarkably insightful, wide-ranging work of reportage, Franklin Foer takes readers ...
26.2 Stories of Blisters and Bliss
by Dean Karnazes
In the follow-up to his bestselling Ultramarathon Man, world-renowned ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes chronicles his remarkable exploits and explorations in gripping detail. Who wouldn't be curious about a man who has pushed his body and mind to ...
by CSIRO & Csiro Csiro
This collection of 130 recipes is the cookbook supplement to the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet. It allows the follower to extend his or her culinary repertoire, as well as integrate the diet into all aspects of daily life. There are recipes for ...