The western margin of this continent is built of a succession of mountain chains folded in broad corrugations, like waves of stone upon whose seaward base beat the mild, small breakers of the Pacific.By far the grandest of all these ranges is the Sierr... show more
Over the years, authors, artists and amblers aplenty have felt the pull of the Thames, and now travel writer Tom Chesshyre is following in their footsteps.
He's walking the length of the river from the Cotswolds to the North Sea – a winding journey of ... show more
Sick of being stuck in a London office where the furthest she had to walk was to the drink machine, author Gillian Orrell decided to escape city life to tackle New Zealand's nine Great Walks.
New Boots in New Zealand is her humorous and highly enjoyabl... show more
First published in 1912, "Dogs and Their Masters" is an illustrated anthology of prose and verse linked through the common theme of dogs. From beautiful poetry to interesting anecdotes and informative articles, this volume contains something for every ... show more
"The Art of Trout Fishing" is a collection of vintage articles on the trout, being a complete handbook on the trout with chaters on identifying, fishing, breeding, and more. Although old, these essays contains a wealth of timeless, practical informatio... show more
Zen and the Art of Playing tennis is one of the first book that have analyzed the mental and psychological aspect of the game of tennis.The purpose of the book is to fill the great vacuum still existing about the mental and psychological side of the ga... show more