New Pocket Dog Training by Fogle Bruce (paperback)
Have the best behaved pooch in the park with this handy guide, packed with information to take you through the practical necessities of training your dog. From house training to the more advanced stages of retrieval, bark control and heel work, this pocket sized book is the perfect introduction to doggy discipline.
Easy-to-follow projects to create for and with kids!
how to make a wide range of toys for babies and young children, including nursery playthings, first toys to aid early learning, outdoor toys for energetic kids, fun games for two or more, and much more
Clear step-by-step photographs illustrate every project, with over 360 inspirational pictures
Produce a beautiful doll’s house and accessories, a cute rag doll, walking stilts, a felt picture book, a kite, and a delightful toy box to store everything in
All the projects are simple to make, and many can be created by grown-ups and children working together
Years ago, it was believed, erroneously, that venison was good only for biltong and sausage. In fact, venison has taken a long time to come into its own. Venison has optimal nutritional value, with minimal fat, cholesterol or kilojoules, and is packed with essential protein. Often venison is perceived as being tough and dry, as well as time – consuming to prepare. However, this prejudice is due to lack of knowledge. This is precisely were Camdeboo Karoo Venison comes into the picture. With the information compiled in this title, every cook’s dream of preparing healthy and interesting venison dishes for family and friends is within reach. Each meal can become a healthy hasslefree and exciting festivity, by applying the information for various cuts, marinades, and accompanying dishes.
Join the QI team for an off-road safari through a hundred of the most interesting members of the animal kingdom, armed with illuminating illustrations and diagrams by award-winning artist Ted Dewan. Meet the water bears that can live in suspension for hundreds of years, the parasite carried by your cat that makes men grumpy and women promiscuous, and the woodlouse that drinks through its bottom. Marvel at elephants that walk on tiptoe, pigs that shine in the dark, and woodpeckers that have ears on the end of their tongues. If you still think a pangolin is a musical instrument, that hyenas are dogs, or that sheep are pointless and stupid, “The Book of Animal Ignorance” has arrived just in time.