Celebration planned at this year’s Warren Classic Car Show to mark 50 years of the European Car of Year Award
During the next four years or so, there will be a flood of books covering aspects of the Great War in its Centenary years. Even the most dedicated enthusiast will be unable to buy every book that is published, not least because of the shelf space involved in building a truly comprehensive library. This book deserves to be in the handful of priority acquisitions. For those who wish to buy one book to provide an insight into the trench warfare of the Western Front, this has to be the book.
The F-16 is one of the most commercially successful jet combat aircraft. It has provided a long life that promises to have many more years to run, and it has been adopted by many air forces. This new Haynes Owners’ Workshop Manual provides a rare view of this important aircraft, making full use of an established format that includes lavish illustration with photographs, drawings and sketches.
From science story-telling, science busking and a sensory treasure hunt, to solving a fiendish crime or deciding how you would run the planet and, of course, the two Science on Saturdays, children and families are spoilt for choice at this year’s Cambridge Science Festival (10-23 March).
The publisher has already produced a number of books that are based on the stories published in the Daily Mirror. The result is a fascinating new insight into a major event through the eyes of journalists who were there. It also includes many photographs that provide a direct sight of events.
This book is to be commended in producing a down to earth review of one part of the British intelligence apparatus and providing accurate information on a very important area of intelligence. Ending in 2010, and covering the subject from 1940 inevitably means that it is historic but it retains a level of currency.