Thursday, March 3 is World Book Day and we’re publishing some great practical and inspiring books to coincide with this special day.
The trend for low-carb and ‘clean’ eating has made spiralizers incredibly popular. Everyone, it seems, wants to enjoy the benefits of turning fruit and vegetables into delicious, nutritious alternatives to pasta, rice and noodles. The recipes in The Spiralizer Cookbook provide innovative but simple ways to get the best out of your spiralizer. It’s a great way to meet – or exceed – your five a day and enjoy a healthy, balanced diet.
This is the latest in Sarah Ockwell-Smith’s series of books offering advice on raising your child the gentle way. In her trademark practical style, Sarah provides a trustworthy combination of what-to-expect information and gentle parenting solutions to the most common challenges faced by parents of young children, including coping with a crying baby, weaning and picky eating, potty training, starting nursery and school, sibling rivalry, tantrums, whining and sulking, aggressive behavior – and much more.
A surprising number of people suffer from panic attacks and panic disorder. Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) has made psychological therapy more accessible to those in need. This book is a great resource for helping you beat panic attacks and panic disorder, either by yourself or in conjunction with the support of an IAPT service. Written in a friendly, encouraging – and jargon-free – style, it encourages interactive reading through illustrations and worksheets. Real-life case studies demonstrate the use of each intervention and how you can understand your panic cycle and work through your condition.
Written especially for those with Type 2 diabetes (or those at risk of developing it) who love food and enjoy cooking, this book represents a whole new way of eating and cooking. Diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes himself, Robin Ellis, TV’s original Poldark, explains the changes he made that helped him bring his glucose level down, and shares the recipes that he has created, adapted and enjoyed as the basis of his Mediterranean way of eating. The recipes are easy to follow and, above all, delicious.
This amazing true story is now a major motion picture. When little Anna had an accident that nearly took her life, her parents thought things would only get worse for her. Diagnosed with an incurable, life-threatening disease, Anna had already suffered years of pain and invasive testing and treatments. In the aftermath of the accident, Anna quietly shared a story of visiting heaven. But the greatest miracle had only just begun – a well-documented medical miracle that has left specialists baffled and will leave you inspired. This uplifting memoir is a testament to faith and family and a balm for the soul.