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    The Book of Bees

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    £15.99

    This Is A Book For People Who Love Mushrooms (madden) Hb

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    £12.99
    This addition to RP's "This Is a Book for People Who Love..." series is a celebratory and informative overview of mushrooms in all their beauty, aimed at enthusiasts and amateur mycologists, from a mushroom expert and naturalist with an Instagram following of 30k.

    The Recipe for Radiance: Discover Beauty's Best-Kept Secrets in Your Kitchen

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    Say goodbye to pricey store-bought products packed with chemicals. The Recipe for Radiance takes women into their kitchens for over 100 easy, all-natural, affordable, and effective recipes to eat and to apply-all promoting beautiful skin, hair, nails, eyes, and more.

    Inherit the Stars

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    Epic romance, family dynasties, and political machinations collide in this suspenseful debut YA series set in space.

    Eat Street: The ManBQue Guide to Making Street Food at Home

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    Following on the success of their first book, ManBQue: Meat. Beer. Rock & Roll., the founders of ManBQue now present their second cookbook with 200 new recipes for global street food with beer pairings.

    Master Plants Cookbook: The 33 Most Healing Superfoods for Optimum Health

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    £6.99 £15.99
    From the founding editors of Naked Food magazine comes a cookbook that is not just about delicious recipes - it's about combating, even reversing, disease with superfoods. Master Plants Cookbook features 33 of the most healthful plants on Earth, along with more than 100 mouthwatering recipes to easily incorporate these powerhouses into your diet.

    Buddha's Diet: The Ancient Art of Losing Weight Without Losing Your Mind

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    More than 2,500 years ago, the Buddha offered wisdom on food and eating that can still have relevance for us today. Buddha may not have been tempted by Twinkies or after-work cocktails, but his approach of a "middle way" (a sane, mindful approach to food) can help us cut through the diet-plan clutter and embrace a path to weight loss and reach the "nirvana" of optimum health.

    Running Press,U.S.