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Nothing: From Absolute Zero to Cosmic Oblivion, Amazing Insights into Nothingness (New Scientist)
Scientists have known for centuries that nothing is the key to understanding absolutely everything. Written by New Scientist. Paperback, 272 pages, Profile Books Ltd, 2013.
The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Think in Action (Arena)
Examines five professions to show how professionals really go about solving problems. Written by Donald A. Schon. Paperback, 374 pages, Ashgate Publishing Limited, 1994.
Our Mathematical Universe: My Quest for the Ultimate Nature of Reality (New)
An astonishing journey to explore the mysteries uncovered by cosmology and to discover the nature of reality. Written by Max Tegmark. Paperback, 432 pages, Penguin, 2015.
How to Live Off-grid (New)
'Off-grid' refers to places or people without mains water, power or phone line. Written by Nick Rosen. Paperback, 358 pages, Bantam Books, London, 2007.
Statistical Theory
This book is for a year's course in the theory of mathematical statistics. Written by B.W. Lindgren. Hardback, 427 pages, Macmillan, 1960-1963.
Revise Biology (Letts Study Aids)
Provides a concise body of biological facts and ideas in such a form that they can be easily revised. Written by Julian Ford-Robertson. Paperback, 226 pages, Charles Letts, 1979-1985.
Statistical Methods for Behavioral Science Research
Presents, as non-mathematically as possible, the basic philosophy and theory of statistics for behavioural science students and researchers. Written by Leonard A. Marascuilo. Hardback, 578 pages, McGraw-Hill, 1971.
Walden: or, Life in the Woods
Thoreau's masterpiece of reflective philosophy records his daily life on the shores of Walden Pond outside Concord, Massachusetts,. Written by Henry David Thoreau. Paperback, 224 pages, Dover Publications, 1995.
The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape the 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich
Forget the concept of retirement and the deferred life plan - there is no need to wait and every reason not to. Written by Timothy Ferriss. Paperback, 416 pages, Vermilion, 2011.
Cider With Rosie
Tells of the author's childhood in a remote Cotswold village, before electricity or cars, on the verge of change. Written by Laurie Lee. Paperback, 231 pages, Vintage Classics, 2002.
Inside Electronic Game Design
An insider's view of the electronic game world explains how games become successful. Written by Arnie Katz and Laurie Yates. Paperback, 276 pages, Prima Games, 1996.
Greek Myths, a Brief Guide
From the origins of the gods through to the homecomings of the Trojan heroes, this title features all the familiar - and less familiar - Greek narratives. Written by Stephen Kershaw. Paperback, 531 pages, Constable and Robinson, 2007.
The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat
Recounts the stories of patients lost in the bizarre world of neurological disorders. Written by Oliver Sacks. Paperback, 257 pages, Picador, 2011.
Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain
Arousing, inspiring, comforting - music is capable of stimulating both passion and compassion. Written by Oliver Sacks. Paperback, 425 pages, Picador, 2012.
The Mind's Eye
Stories of people who are able to navigate the world despite losing many senses and abilities. Written by Oliver Sacks. Hardback, 260 pages, Picador, 2010.
Conversations on Mind, Matter and Mathematics
Changeux and Connes to discuss the organisation and function of the brain and the ways in which it influences the unfolding of mathematical reasoning. Written by Jean-Pierre Changeux and Alain Connes. Hardback, 260 pages, Princeton University Press, 1995.
Cartesian Geometry of the Plane
Focus is on Cartesian plane, but also covers the algebra, trigonometry and calculus needed. Written by E.M. Hartley. Hardback, 324 pages, Cambridge University Press, 1960.
Does Anything Eat Wasps?: And 101 Other Questions
Presents a collection of the best questions that have appeared in the New Scientist's Last Word column. Written by Mick O'Hare (editor). Paperback, 224 pages, Profile Books, 2005.
Interactive Processes in Reading
Interest in process interaction was stimulated by RummelhartŐs (1977) paper Toward an Interactive Model in Reading. Written by AlanM. Lesgold and Charles A. Perfetti (editors). Hardback, 420 pages, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc, 1981.
Dorling Kindersley Handbook: Fossils (New)
Features more than 1,000 photographs of over 500 species, enabling you to recognise species. Written by David Ward. Paperback, 320 pages, Dorling Kindersley, 2010.
Acquisition of Language, The: Study of Developmental Psycholinguistics
A systematic, integrated and concise treatment of developmental psycholinguistics. Written by David McNeill. Paperback, 183 pages, Harper & Row, 1970.
Mind, Code and Context: Essays on Pragmatics
Focuses on the central role of context in determining the perception, organization, and communication of experience. Written by T. Givon. Hardback, 456 pages, Lawrence Erbaum Associates, 1989.
Memory and Attention: Introduction to Human Information Processing
Concentrates on research in memory, attention and perception. Written by Donald A. Norman. Paperback, 262 pages, John Wiley & Sons, 1976.
Introduction to Field Theory
Its central result, the Fundamental Theorem of Galois Theory, is a very important mathematical theorem. Written by Iain T. Adamson. Paperback, 180 pages, Oliver and Boyd, 1964.
The Foundation of Literacy: The Child's Acquisition of the Alphabetic Principle
Brings together important research into the early stages of reading development. Written by Brian Byrne. Hardback, 192 pages, Psychology Press, 1998.


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