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Chickens As Pets

Chickens As Pets

£14.99£9.99eBook: £4.00

Everything the prospective urban chicken-keeper needs to know is covered. Available in large-format glossy paperback, ebook, and as an interactive iBook for Apple devices. Chickens As Pets is your definitive guide to keeping pet chickens in gardens, backyards and even indoors. Humorous and easy to understand, this beautiful book includes 100 full-colour photographs and the author shares many of his own pet chicken stories to illustrate and advise. Includes a foreword from Mama-Hen Mladek, founder of The Nut House, a leading Northern Ireland charity that finds homes for thousands of ex-factory hens at the end of their working lives.

Chickens As Pets Interactive Edition for Apple devices is an immersive and entertaining experience for adults and children. It includes test your knowledge quizzes, zoom-in diagrams, weblinks, videos, and photographs.

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WOOF!

WOOF!

£7.49eBook: £2.99

Manchester, England, 1992. Peter and his friends Derek, Kate, Sophia and Fatima are putting on a play for the course they're doing. Only, the playwright thinks it's probably the worst student play ever. He's working with a chain-smoking gothic diva, a perpetual stoner, a director who likes Elaine Paige and a nymphomaniac, polyamorous self-harmer.

What could possibly go wrong? Rude, crude and irresistibly hilarious to those who won't be offended, WOOF! is a coming-of-age story in which reaching maturity isn't on the cards.

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myfibromyalgia

myfibromyalgia

£8.99eBook: £5.99

“When disabilities of any kind are discussed, what you’re really talking about are people: flesh and blood, breathing, thinking, feeling people. We are all different. We share symptoms but our experiences in life, beliefs and lifestyles are unique to each of us. Welcome to myfibromyalgia.”

There are millions of people the world over who suffer terrible pain and fatigue every day, having developed a severely disabling condition. On the outside they can look as if nothing is wrong with them. These people have Fibromyalgia Syndrome, or FMS. The American Chronic Pain Society estimates three to six per cent of the global population has FMS – that’s between 200 million and 400 million people.

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