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A Cat's Guide to Humans

Celia Haddon, George the Cat
Authors:
Celia Haddon, George the Cat
Yellow Kite

100 Ways to Be As Happy As Your Dog

Celia Haddon
Authors:
Celia Haddon
Hodder & Stoughton

100 Ways to Be More Like Your Cat

Celia Haddon
Authors:
Celia Haddon
Hodder & Stoughton

How to Survive Outdoors: Teach Yourself

Jason Polley
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Jason Polley

Every year, more than 40,000 people climb Mount Kilimanjaro. Millions head for the greatoutdoors every weekend, and the concept of the Great Outdoors has never been morepopular. If you are one of them, would you know what to do if you got stranded or hurt?"How to Survive Outdoors" gives essential, practical advice for situationsthat aren't in any way implausible. It starts with ten life-saving tips, then outlinesthe crucial components - water, food, shelter and so on. It covers scenarios any one of uscould encounter, including plane crashes and sinkings.

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Rhanna

Christine Marion Fraser
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Christine Marion Fraser

On a bitter winter night in 1923, farmer Fergus McKenzie loses his beloved Helen in childbirth. Overcome by grief, he shuns his oldest friend, Dr Lachlan, convinced he could have done more to save her. More tragically still, he refuses to see his baby daughter, Shona. Although sympathetic to poor Fergus, the islanders resolve to gather round to give Shona the care she needs, until her father comes to his senses. But as the years pass, Fergus fails to change his mind, until Shona falls in love with Niall, the doctor's son.

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Return To Rhanna

Christine Marion Fraser
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Christine Marion Fraser
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Rhanna at War

Christine Marion Fraser
Authors:
Christine Marion Fraser
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Song of Rhanna

Christine Marion Fraser
Authors:
Christine Marion Fraser
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Among Friends

Alexandra Raife
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Alexandra Raife
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Belonging

Alexandra Raife
Authors:
Alexandra Raife
John Murray

Mistaken

Neil Jordan
Authors:
Neil Jordan

'I had been mistaken for him so many times that when I heard he had died it was as if part of myself had died too.' Kevin Thunder grew up with a double - a boy so uncannily like him that they were mistaken for each other at every turn. As children in 1960s Dublin , one lived next to Bram Stoker's house, haunted by an imagined Dracula, the other in the more refined spaces of Palmerston Park. Though divided, like the city itself, by background and class, they shared the same smell, the same looks, and perhaps, as he comes to realize, the same soul. They exchange identities when it suits them, as their lives take them to England and America, and find that taking on another's personality can lead to darker places than either had imagined. Neil Jordan's long-awaited new novel is an extraordinary achievement - a comedy of manners at the same time as a Gothic tragedy, a thriller and an elegy. It offers imaginative entertainment of the highest order.

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Praire Home Christmas

Garrison Keillor
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Garrison Keillor
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The Cloud of Unknowing (Hodder Classics)

Halcyon Backhouse
Authors:
Halcyon Backhouse

For it is not what you are nor what you have been that God regards with his most merciful eyes, but what you would like to be.THE CLOUD OF UNKNOWING is one of the classic medieval texts on contemplative prayer. Written anonymously towards the end of the fourteenth century for someone just starting out on the journey of faith, it dwells on the essential unknowability of God. Since God cannot be grasped by the intellect, he must be approached with an attitude of humility and love, in listening prayer.This new edition of the great classic on prayer includes a new foreword by James Catford.

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Gypsy Boy

Mikey Walsh
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Mikey Walsh

**SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE STARRING BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH**'It was a revelation. Moving, terrifying, funny and brilliant. I shall never forget it - an amazing achievement' STEPHEN FRY'Brash and frightening and funny' NEW YORK TIMES* * * * * * The Sunday Times bestselling Gypsy Boy was the first commercial memoir written by someone on the inside of the notoriously secretive culture of the Romany Gypsies.MIKEY WAS BORN into a Romany Gypsy family. They live in a closeted community, and little is known about their way of life. After centuries of persecution Gypsies are wary of outsiders and if you choose to leave you can never come back. This is something Mikey knows only too well. Growing up, he rarely went to school, and seldom mixed with non-Gypsies. The caravan and camp were his world.But although Mikey inherited a vibrant and loyal culture, his family's legacy was bittersweet with a hidden history of grief and abuse. Eventually Mikey was forced to make an agonising decision - to stay and keep secrets, or escape and find somewhere he could truly belong.Mikey's amazing story is continued in the sequel Gypsy Boy on the Run.

Chambers

Chambers Dictionary of First Names

Julia Cresswell
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Julia Cresswell
Hodder & Stoughton

The Joy of Cats

Celia Haddon
Authors:
Celia Haddon
Hodder & Stoughton

One Hundred Secret Thoughts Cats have about Humans

Celia Haddon
Authors:
Celia Haddon

Adopt a rescue human. They think they are adopting you. Humans that need homes go to special places where cats are kept. These are rescue humans.Humans can't caterwaul - except in the bath or sometimes when they play the piano.They cannot purr. Cat psychologists suggest that this gap in the human vocal repertoire is due to their lack of inner confidence and serenity.Baby humans don't have anyone of their own age to play with, but it doesn't matter as much as it would for a kitten as they are amazingly retarded. Gay tom humans make the best pets.Don't miss Celia Haddon's new book, 100 Ways to Be More Like Your Cat, a guide on how to learn from your cat to lead a better life.

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One Hundred Ways for a Cat to Find Its Inner Kitten

Celia Haddon
Authors:
Celia Haddon
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One Hundred Ways for a Cat to Train Its Human

Celia Haddon
Authors:
Celia Haddon

At last, the handbook all you cool cats have been waiting for! One hundred easy ways to discover the joys of a purrfectly obedient human.Though humans cannot speak cat, they vocalise repeatedly. Most of their vocalisations are meaningless and can be completely ignored.In urban areas, fun can be got from hunting human objects such as mink stoles or old underpants. For some reason this kind of prey is usually greeted with human laughter.To get a male human off an armchair, jump on the back of it, hold down his head with a firm paw and lick his bald patch.Purring right into the ear is one of the kindest ways to tell a human being that it is time to get out of bed.Don't miss Celia Haddon's new book, 100 Ways to Be More Like Your Cat - your guide on how to improve your life by learning from your cat!

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One Hundred Ways to Say I Love You

Celia Haddon
Authors:
Celia Haddon