This eye-opening and stunningly illustrated book uses maps to show how geography shapes the history of the world - from the way that choices of world leaders are influenced by mountains and rivers, to why geography means that history is always repeating itself. An abridged and illustrated edition of the original bestseller, Prisoners of Geography, this extraordinary introduction to world affairs is set to inspire curious young minds all over the globe.
Measures 30.5 x 24.5 cm.
Cicero's evocative quotation encapsulates our feelings for two precious and special places. Show your love for our much-threatened common resource with this beautiful bag, printed in white on dark green. Large strong cotton book bag with long handles. Measures 38 x 43cm.
Mouse hunters, treasured pets, characters of fable and associates of the devil: this book features illustrations from the British Library's rich medieval collection as well as anecdotes about cats (both real and imaginary) to provide an unique insight into medieval life and our ancestors relationships...
In 1926 Virginia Woolf wrote an essay entitled, "How Should One Read a Book?" to deliver as a lecture at a private girls' school in Kent, England. Published here for the first time as a standalone volume, Virginia Woolf's short, impassioned essay celebrates the enduring importance of...
"Don't do today what you can put off until tomorrow" so the saying goes. But did you know that procrastination and perfectionism go hand in hand? It's not laziness, it's attention to detail! Part of our Badges of Honour range. Enamelled red and gold metal badge....