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Wed, 12 Jun 2013 13:08
Today, we've got an extract from The Honest Toddler, A laugh-out-loud funny parenting guide from the Internet's most infamous tot, whose unchecked sense of entitlement and undeniable charm on the Honest Toddler blog and on Twitter @HonestToddler have captivated hundreds of thousands of fans online. Are you a confused parent to a toddler? Are you constantly disappointing the small child in your life? This book can help you become a better servant/parent to the toddler at the heart of your world. You'll learn about everything from meal preparation (hint: just put the crackers on a plate), play date etiquette (don't touch. Just don't.), to how time-outs make you look like a fool. The Honest Toddler says a firm 'NO' to popular, fashionable parenting trends and instead embraces the big questions: Who Does Mommy Belong To? How Can You Prevent Siblings? And Sleep and Weaning Yourself Off it.
"Being a parent is very simple. There is no reason for you to con- stantly go to other adults who do not know your toddler for advice or conspiring. What happens at home stays at home. Don't be tempted by the latest parenting book from an expert who is not a toddler, and please don't listen to your lying friends. When it comes to being a good parent, the most important resources are the words that come out of your child's amazing mouth. If your child is too young to speak, guess accurately on the first try. In this chapter, we will examine some particularly dangerous influences..."
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Tue, 19 Feb 2013 09:16
Secret venues. Inspired themes. Fabulous cakes. Across the UK and beyond, thousands of home bakers have been meeting covertly in hidden locations with the same simple mission: bake, eat and gossip about cake. These are the members of the phenomenally popular Clandestine Cake Club - and now, for the first time, they share their baking secrets with you. The rules are quite clear: no cupcakes, no muffins, no brownies, pies or tarts. It's all about cake! With each event organised around a creative theme, the results are some of the most loved and inventive baked delights you'll ever eat. From classic teatime treats and chocolatey indulgences to global bakes and spectacular cake extravaganzas, you'll find inspiring recipes such as: Scrumptious Sticky Toffee Cake; Smoked Chilli Chocolate Cake; Blood Orange and Rosemary Loaf; Raspberry Cakewell; Rose, Rhubarb & Cardamom Cake; Chai-soaked Vanilla Sponge; a giant Lemon Fondant Fancy; and the unmissable five-tier Rainbow Cake; plus stunning photography and sneak-peek snaps from club events. At last, the secret is out and everyone is invited to join the Club.
We tried one of the recipes ourselves, Elderflower Cordial Cake with White Chocolate Ganache and it caused Book Depository employees to drop everything and run to the kitchen...
We've got an exclusive extract to download with heaps of delicious recipes, including Mocha Marble Cake, Curious Victoria Sponge and Caramel Cake. Get baking!
Wed, 28 Nov 2012 09:31
Most definitely Not For Parents, publishers Lonely Planet have given us a few sample pages from Extreme Planet for you to download and enjoy! Here's their description of the book:
"A whirlwind tour of the globe, seeking out the highest, deepest, scariest, smelliest... Things on the planet. What's the longest place name? The oldest fossil? Each page is dedicated to a theme: Animal Experiences, Deadly and Dangerous, .. Quirky graphics, illustrations and photographs capture these extreme themes from a child's point of view."
So just click on the button below to sample Planetary Extremity!
Fri, 27 Jul 2012 12:28
Welcome Olympian travellers to fair Stratford! What that you say? Never been before? Why, you'll need this chapter from Lonely Planet London to guide you round the exotic delights of the East! Lonely Planet have kindly provided this mini eBook that you can download for free and peruse at your leisure while glued to the Olympics and Paralympics for the next two months.
But why stop at London? Lonely Planet have recently re-launched a set of improved city guides so why not select your destinations here.
Mon, 18 Jul 2011 08:18
The Tour de France is in full flow. The riders have just been in the Pyrenees with the Alps still to come before the grande finale up the Champs Elysees. Having just cycled 15 miles to work, I've no idea how these boys do it! But if it's a more leisurely tour of Paris you're after we have this great download from Lonely Planet giving lots of detailed trips and maps to take your time around this wonderful city. Happy cycling.
And check out loads more Lonely Planet titles by clicking the banner below.
And our great range of Tour books are here.
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