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How To Survive Anything

The authors of "Outdoor Life” have been providing outdoor and urban survival expertise to millions of readers over the years, their new book How to Survive Anything helps you get prepared for whatever life throws at you, be ready for the everyday threats such as earthquakes, avalanches and hurricanes, meteor strikes or killer viruses. With over 200 pages of wonderfully illustrated guides, the all-purpose A to Z manual, lays out the survival situations we’re all likely to face, and gets you prepared for whatever this world throws at you.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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THE LEGO ARCHITECT

Take your Lego building to the next level with help from this new book, The Lego Architect. The book takes you trough the history of architecture, showcasing styles like Art Deco, Modernism, and High-Tech, and guides you on how to build some of the most impressive and realistic structures of architectural history, such as the Burj Khalifa, Chrysler Building, Lever House or Fallingwater. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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JIVA COFFEE CUBES

Jiva Coffee Cubes are ideal for the outdoors enthusiast that can´t live without a good cup of coffee. Forget all the coffee gadgets and machines and pack light with some Jiva Cubes. Made with premium, single-estate Colombian coffee and raw, unrefined cane sugar, the tasty instant coffee has no preservatives or artificial additives, and is available in several flavors. Each cube comes individually wrapped to ensure portability and freshness, all you need is some hot ...
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YELLOW TREE HOUSE RESTAURANT

Award wining Yellow Restaurant was designed by Pacific Environments Architects and is located in New Zealand. It sits almost 10m wide and over 12m high, with the split-level floor sitting 10m off the ground. Timber trusses form the main structure. The curved fins are glue-laminated pine, plantation poplar has been used for the slats and redwood milled from the site used in the walkway balustrading....
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