Ireland presents more than 200 outstanding photographs celebrating the island's most evocative and beautiful places, whether in nature or man-made, from the miles of near empty beaches to the Mourne Mountains in County Down, from the pretty fishing towns of County Cork to Dublin's elegant Georgian streets.
Exploring some of the world's more remote regions can be an exciting and rewarding experience, but should things go wrong, would you know what to do? Do you possess the basics skills to survive? With a total of 150 expert survival tips, Survival Tips gives you the basic skills to keep going in any situation, and reach safety.
Weather offers a photographic view of some of the most spectacular aspects of the weather, from close-up shots of raindrops and snowflakes to beds of fog, from lighthouses turned into ice palaces to frozen forests to lightning bolts striking over water, celebrating the Earth's weather in all its glory.
World's Worst Historical Disasters examines some of the most significant natural and man-made disasters in world history, from plagues, earthquakes, volcanoes, genocides and floods, to train and aeroplane crashes and much more.
Travelling from the edge of our Solar System, through the Milky Way and to the outer edges of the observable universe, Deep Space is a spectacular photographic guide to galaxies, nebulae, supernova, clusters, black holes and quasars featuring 200 outstanding colour photographs and expert captions.
With more than 600 colour photographs, medical imaging and anatomically accurate artworks, How The Brain Works is a highly detailed but simply written, wide-ranging guide that will appeal to both general readers and students.
With more than 300 black-&-white illustrations of combat scenarios, punches, blocks and ducks, and with expert easy-to-follow text, Extreme Unarmed Combat guides you through everything you need to know about what to do when you can't escape trouble. This book could save your life.
On 26 April 1986, the unthinkable happened - the worst nuclear accident in history. Chernobyl provides a photographic exploration of the catastrophe and its aftermath in 180 authentic photos. See the wreckage of No. 4 Reactor, the historic photos of the clean-up operation, and today's decaying apartments and deserted streets.