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This week’s brand new releases
Images of the Past: The British Seaside Wellington’s Brigade Commanders Tank Rider

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Sparta Class 50 British Railways in the 1960s: Southern Region

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Offa and the Mercian Wars British Destroyers & Frigates The Naval War in the Baltic 1939-1945

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New from White Owl: Eat Yourself Thin

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Eat Yourself Thin by health coach and blogger Charlotte Carroll, from the brand new lifestyle imprint, White Owl.

This book promotes changing your lifestyle for the better through positive reinforcement about how we view ourselves and food. It includes diets from around the world that influence our own eating habits, healthy lifestyle swaps, the triggers to why we eat and how to overcome any barriers we are feeling around weight loss. Think fats and carbs are bad for you? Find out how they can actually be part of a healthy balanced diet! With delicious recipes and unique alternate therapies, this book will help each individual to achieve their goals.

Eat Yourself Thin has been written to help readers to feel good about themselves, through changing their mind set and how we think about foods and diets. There are facts, studies, healthy recipes and personal experiences, with plenty of humour thrown in. After all, weight loss can be a struggle with cravings, urges and stress and laughter is always the best medicine!

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Battle of the River Plate Nazi Concentration Camp Commandants 1933-1945 Scapegoat: The Death of Prince of Wales and Repulse Leadership in War

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Napoleon 1814 A Wood Called Bourlon Dambuster Crash Sites Spirit of Resistance

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In the news: Best Foot Forward

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Best Foot Forward by Colin Hodgkinson.

In the whole of the Second World War, only two men succeeded as operational fighter pilots in the RAF after losing both legs. Douglas Bader was one, and his story is well-known indeed, he has been described as one of the Royal Air Forces most famous pilots. The other was Colin Hodgkinson. Colin was injured in a flying accident whilst training with the Fleet Air Arm in 1939. He awoke in hospital to find that his right leg had been amputated at the thigh, whilst his left leg was severely injured. His face was also damaged and he had trouble with the sight in one eye. In the weeks that followed, Colin’s remaining leg refused to heal. Coolly, calculatingly, he made his decision: Chop the damned thing off and lets be done with it.

Just nineteen at the time, Colin developed a burning determination to prove himself a normal man by becoming a fighter pilot and flying Spitfires. With Douglas Bader as his example, and brilliant surgeons such as Sir Archibald McIndoe treating him, Colin achieved his aim with a hand-tailored pair of tin legs. He proved himself as a fighter pilot many times over, until the war ended, for him at least, as a German PoW.

Although repatriated in 1944 as unfit for further duty, Colin not only continued to fly with the RAF until he left the service in 1946, but also went on to fly jet fighters with the Auxiliary Air Force from 1947 to 1952. His is undoubtedly a story of courage and determination one in which he had learnt to always stride out into the future, putting his best foot forward.

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Titles currently available under the eBook eXtra scheme
Essex at War 1939 – 1945 Lawrie Bond Microcar Man Villager Jim’s Garden Wildlife

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