Yankee's New England Adventures: Over 400 Essential Things to See and Do
The experts at New Englands iconic Yankee magazine have distilled nearly a century of experience and knowledge into the guide you have been waiting for. Yankees New England Adventures is the go-to source for in-depth travel information, with the same stunning photography and practical know-how they bring to you every month. Whether you are interested in exploring the vibrant culture of tiny villages or big cities, eating outstanding meals in colonial inns or vintage diners, rambling through art museums or up steep wooded hills, this is the guide for you.
An island stuck in the 19th century? A walk-in, stained-glass globe? A place where you can eat Thanksgiving dinner every day of the year? From the golden dunes of Nantucket to the alpine tundra of the White Mountains, from the blue waters of Lake Champlain to the green grass of Boston Common, travelers and residents alike will find over 400 local secrets, out-of-the-way places, and unique experiences in all six states of this remarkable region of America. Live the Yankee lifestyle and get on the road with Yankees New England Adventures.
God's Own Country
The Little Café in Copenhagen: Fall in love and escape the winter blues with this wonderfully heartwarming and feelgood novel
*Short-listed for Best Contemporary Romance at the Romantic Novelists Association Romance of the Year Awards 2019*
Welcome to the little cafe in Copenhagen where the smell of cinnamon fills the air, the hot chocolate is as smooth as silk and romance is just around the corner
An irresistible combination of Danish happiness and hygge in one un-put-down-able storySunday Times bestseller Katie Fforde
Publicist Kate Sinclairs life in London is everything she thought she wanted: success, glamour and a charming boyfriend. Until that boyfriend goes behind her back and snatches a much sought-after promotion from her.Heartbroken and questioning everything, Kate needs to escape.
From candles and cosy nights in to romantic late-night walks through the beautiful cobbled streets of Copenhagen, Kate discovers how to live life the Danish way. Can the secrets of hygge and happiness lead her to her own happily-ever-after?
Everybody loves Julie Caplin
A fantastic, huggable, hilarious and addictive read The Writing Garnet
Its all about the feelsI absolutely loved it The Cosiest Corner
Sweet, funny and deliciously heart-warming Frankly, My Dear
I've already read it again since I finished it a true sign of how much I enjoyed it Life Appears
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society: A Novel
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER NOW A NETFLIX FILM A remarkable tale of the island of Guernsey during the German Occupation, and of a society as extraordinary as its name.
Treat yourself to this book, pleaseI cant recommend it highly enough.Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love
I wonder how the book got to Guernsey? Perhaps there is some sort of secret homing instinct in books that brings them to their perfect readers. January 1946: London is emerging from the shadow of the Second World War, and writer Juliet Ashton is looking for her next book subject. Who could imagine that she would find it in a letter from a man shes never met, a native of the island of Guernsey, who has come across her name written inside a book by Charles Lamb. . . .
As Juliet and her new correspondent exchange letters, Juliet is drawn into the world of this man and his friendsand what a wonderfully eccentric world it is. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Societyborn as a spur-of-the-moment alibi when its members were discovered breaking curfew by the Germans occupying their islandboasts a charming, funny, deeply human cast of characters, from pig farmers to phrenologists, literature lovers all.
Juliet begins a remarkable correspondence with the societys members, learning about their island, their taste in books, and the impact the recent German occupation has had on their lives. Captivated by their stories, she sets sail for Guernsey, and what she finds will change her forever.
Written with warmth and humor as a series of letters, this novel is a celebration of the written word in all its guises and of finding connection in the most surprising ways.
Praise for The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society
A jewel . . . Poignant and keenly observed, Guernsey is a small masterpiece about love, war, and the immeasurable sustenance to be found in good books and good friends.People
A book-lovers delight, an implicit and sometimes explicit paean to all things literary.Chicago Sun-Times
A sparkling epistolary novel radiating wit, lightly worn erudition and written with great assurance and aplomb.The Sunday Times (London)
Cooked perfectly à point: subtle and elegant in flavour, yet emotionally satisfying to the finish.The Times (London)
Summer at the Comfort Food Cafe
Full of quirky characters, friendship and humour, you will devour this engaging and heartwarming novel in one sitting Sunday Express S Magazine
The brand new book from bestselling author Debbie Johnson will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you raid the pantry in the middle of the night
The Comfort Food Cafe is perched on a windswept clifftop at what feels like the edge of the world, serving up the most delicious cream teas; beautifully baked breads, and carefully crafted cupcakes. For tourists and locals alike, the ramshackle cafe overlooking the beach is a beacon of laughter, companionship, and security a place like no other; a place that offers friendship as a daily special, and where a hearty welcome is always on the menu.
For widowed mum-of-two Laura Walker, the decision to uproot her teenaged children and make the trek from Manchester to Dorset for the summer isnt one she takes lightly, and its certainly not winning her any awards from her kids, Nate and Lizzie. Even her own parents think shes gone mad.
Her new job at the cafe, and the hilarious people she meets there, give Laura the chance she needs to make new friends; to learn to be herself again, and just possibly to learn to love again as well.
For her, the Comfort Food Cafe doesnt just serve food it serves a second chance to live her life to the full
What readers are saying about Summer at the Comfort Food Cafe:
My new favourite author Holly Martin, bestselling author of Summer at Rose Island
'A lovely, emotion-filled, giggle-inducing story' Sunday Times bestselling author Milly Johnson
Heart-warming and optimistic, Summer at the Comfort Food Café is a genuinely gorgeous novel, a book of hope and solidarity, friendship and humour and the belief that everything might just turn out okay after all Sophie, Reviewed the Book
Everything I hoped it would be and more Beccas Books
Fans of Paige Toon will enjoy this beautiful story Erins Choice
If this book had arms it would grab you and pull you in to the most amazing book everjust magical Lisa Talks About
An engaging, entertaining and loveable book Raes Reads
I wish I could actually go therean original story and it has such a romantic ending With Love for Books
The Lost Kitchen: Recipes and a Good Life Found in Freedom, Maine
An evocative, gorgeous four-season look at cooking in Maine, with 100 recipes
No one can bring small-town America to life better than a native. Erin French grew up in Freedom, Maine (population 719), helping her father at the griddle in his diner. An entirely self-taught cook who used cookbooks to form her culinary education, she now helms her restaurant, The Lost Kitchen, in a historic mill in the same town, creating meals that draw locals and visitors from around the world to a dining room that feels like an extension of her home kitchen. The food has been called brilliant in its simplicity and honesty by Food & Wine, and it is exactly this pure approach that makes Erins cooking so appealingand so easy to embrace at home.
This stunning giftable package features a vellum jacket over a printed cover.
- CLARKSON POTTER
A Home at Honeysuckle Farm: A gorgeous and heartwarming summer read
The brand new romantic comedy from bestselling author Christie Barlow!
Full of warmth, fun and feel-good factor Sunday Times bestseller Katie Fforde
A family secret
One shocking argument and ten-year-old Alice Parkers world was turned upside down. Her peaceful life at Honeysuckle Farm in the quiet rural village of Brook Bridge swapped for the bustling metropolis of New York City. Alices life was changed forever
A second chance
Now, thirteen years later, Alices American dream is over. With her life in tatters, there is only one place Alice wants to be home at Honeysuckle Farm. So, when Alice learns her beloved Grandie is ill, she knows this is her last chance to heal the family rift.
A forever home?
But secrets still swirl in Brook Bridge, and Alice is no closer to discovering the truth. And for some reason her new friendship with local heartthrob Sam Reid seems to be making the locals tense.
Sick of the lies Alice knows its time to lay the past to rest once and for all. But could the truth ruin her hopes of ever calling Honeysuckle Farm home again?
Cod: A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World
An unexpected, energetic look at world history on sea and land from the bestselling author of Salt and The Basque History of the World
Cod, Mark Kurlanskys third work of nonfiction and winner of the 1999 James Beard Award, is the biography of a single species of fish, but it may as well be a world history with this humble fish as its recurring main character. Cod, it turns out, is the reason Europeans set sail across the Atlantic, and it is the only reason they could. What did the Vikings eat in icy Greenland and on the five expeditions to America recorded in the Icelandic sagas? Cod, frozen and dried in the frosty air, then broken into pieces and eaten like hardtack. What was the staple of the medieval diet? Cod again, sold salted by the Basques, an enigmatic people with a mysterious, unlimited supply of cod. As we make our way through the centuries of cod history, we also find a delicious legacy of recipes, and the tragic story of environmental failure, of depleted fishing stocks where once their numbers were legendary. In this lovely, thoughtful history, Mark Kurlansky ponders the question: Is the fish that changed the world forever changed by the world's folly?
Every once in a while a writer of particular skill takes a fresh, seemingly improbable idea and turns out a book of pure delight. Such is the case of Mark Kurlansky and the codfish. David McCullough, author of The Wright Brothers and 1776
- Penguin Books
84, Charing Cross Road
This charming classic love story, first published in 1970, brings together twenty years of correspondence between Helene Hanff, at the time, a freelance writer living in New York City, and a used-book dealer in London at 84, Charing Cross Road. Through the years, though never meeting and separated both geographically and culturally, they share a winsome, sentimental friendship based on their common love for books. Their relationship, captured so acutely in these letters, is one that has touched the hearts of thousands of readers around the world.
"84, Charing Cross Road will beguile and put you in tune with mankind... It will provide an emollient for the spirit and sheath for the exposed nerve." -- The New York Times
"A unique, throat-lumping, side-splitting treasure." -- San Francisco Examiner
- Penguin Books
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