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Pop Up London

Author : Jennie Maizels
ISBN : 0763657875
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 28.76 MB
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Presents pop-ups that follows the river Thames as it winds through the capital of England showcasing Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, and the Saint Paul's Cathedral gallery.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Pop Up London

Author : Anne Wild
ISBN : 0906212308
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 29.33 MB
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1. The Tower of London. 2. St. Paul's Cathedral. 3. Trafalgar Square.4. The House of Parliament. 5. Buckingham Palace. 6. A visitors guide to London.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Pop Up London

Author : Fiona WATT
ISBN : 1474939589
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Wander through the delightful pages to discover the city of London buzzing with life in this of this busy pop-up book. Illustrations are brought to life in a riot of colour and detail as you turn each page to see a 3-dimensional scene emerge.
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New Pop Up Paper Projects

Author : Paul Johnson
ISBN : 9781136766794
Genre : Education
File Size : 57.99 MB
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The techniques of creating pop-up forms are demonstrated in a series of practical lessons. The book also suggests ways in which pop-up forms can be used to enrich the study of English and art, and contains illustrations of childrens work.
Category: Education

Pop Up London

Author : Andy Mansfield
ISBN : 1760343390
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 52.4 MB
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Make the city come alive with this bold and beautiful series of pop-up books from Lonely Planet Kids. Classic icons meet modern must-sees in this stunning trip around the capital. Gorgeous illustration and clever paper engineering make this the perfect introduction to the wonder of London for any age.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

How To Run A Pop Up Restaurant Or Supper Club

Author : Abigail Alldis
ISBN : 9781472119094
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 42.62 MB
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This book is packed with everything amateur chefs need to know about delivering a pop-up restaurant. Including tips from the country’s leading pop-up restaurateurs, the authors reveal everything from creating a menu, publicizing the event, dressing your venue, to running an organized kitchen. Discover how to: Theme your evening, and pick a fool-proof menu Organize front of house, and keep your customers happy Price your event and get free publicity Avoid licensing and health-and-safety pitfalls Guarantee your first pop-up is a roaring success Peppered with case studies from novices and professionals, you’ll learn from other chefs’ successes (and near-successes!) so your own evening runs without a hitch.
Category: Business & Economics

Popup Republic

Author : Jeremy Baras
ISBN : 9781119145912
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 23.53 MB
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Find out how to get in on the booming pop-up scene PopUp Republic: How to Start Your Own Successful Pop-Up Space, Shop, or Restaurant is your comprehensive guide to the new world of pop-ups. This fresh text dives into the details of the pop-up industry, offering you a first-hand glimpse at pop-up success through stories, examples, anecdotes, and case studies. Additionally, if you have the entrepreneurial spirit and want to embark on your own pop-up journey, this forward-thinking resource features a guide to launching your own pop-up. Based upon a wealth of experience and knowledge, this book shines a spotlight on the differences between the pop-up industry in the United States and Europe, discusses the tools you need to create a successful pop-up, defines what, exactly, a pop-up is, the costs and benefits of the pop-up business model, the permits, insurance, and licenses that are needed to run a pop-up, and more. A $50-billion industry, pop-ups have become key features of the business landscape in cities around the world. From retail shops to restaurants, a wide range of customer-facing enterprises are embracing the pop-up trend. Follow the launch and operation of a successful pop-up, and learn from the experiences of other entrepreneurs Analyze case studies that shed light on the successes and challenges that pop-ups have faced Leverage expert guidance in building your own pop-up business model Identify how the pop-up industry is changing retail, dining, and entertainment industries on a global level PopUp Republic: How to Start Your Own Successful Pop-Up Space, Shop, or Restaurant takes a close look at the emerging pop-up industry—and at the ways in which this industry is disrupting traditional business models to make room for innovative entrepreneurs.
Category: Business & Economics

Growing Up In Medieval London

Author : Barbara A. Hanawalt
ISBN : 9780199879977
Genre : History
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When Barbara Hanawalt's acclaimed history The Ties That Bound first appeared, it was hailed for its unprecedented research and vivid re-creation of medieval life. David Levine, writing in The New York Times Book Review, called Hanawalt's book "as stimulating for the questions it asks as for the answers it provides" and he concluded that "one comes away from this stimulating book with the same sense of wonder that Thomas Hardy's Angel Clare felt [:] 'The impressionable peasant leads a larger, fuller, more dramatic life than the pachydermatous king.'" Now, in Growing Up in Medieval London, Hanawalt again reveals the larger, fuller, more dramatic life of the common people, in this instance, the lives of children in London. Bringing together a wealth of evidence drawn from court records, literary sources, and books of advice, Hanawalt weaves a rich tapestry of the life of London youth during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Much of what she finds is eye opening. She shows for instance that--contrary to the belief of some historians--medieval adults did recognize and pay close attention to the various stages of childhood and adolescence. For instance, manuals on childrearing, such as "Rhodes's Book of Nurture" or "Seager's School of Virtue," clearly reflect the value parents placed in laying the proper groundwork for a child's future. Likewise, wardship cases reveal that in fact London laws granted orphans greater protection than do our own courts. Hanawalt also breaks ground with her innovative narrative style. To bring medieval childhood to life, she creates composite profiles, based on the experiences of real children, which provide a more vivid portrait than otherwise possible of the trials and tribulations of medieval youths at work and at play. We discover through these portraits that the road to adulthood was fraught with danger. We meet Alison the Bastard Heiress, whose guardians married her off to their apprentice in order to gain control of her inheritance. We learn how Joan Rawlyns of Aldenham thwarted an attempt to sell her into prostitution. And we hear the unfortunate story of William Raynold and Thomas Appleford, two mercer's apprentices who found themselves forgotten by their senile master, and abused by his wife. These composite portraits, and many more, enrich our understanding of the many stages of life in the Middle Ages. Written by a leading historian of the Middle Ages, these pages evoke the color and drama of medieval life. Ranging from birth and baptism, to apprenticeship and adulthood, here is a myth-shattering, innovative work that illuminates the nature of childhood in the Middle Ages.
Category: History

Underground London

Author : Stephen Smith
ISBN : 9780748123940
Genre : Travel
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What is visible to the naked eye has been exhaustively raked over; in UNDERGROUND LONDON, acclaimed travel writer Stephen Smith provides an alternative guide and history of the capital. It's a journey through the passages and tunnels of the city, the bunkers and tunnels, crypts and shadows. As well as being a contemporary tour of underground London, it's also an exploration through time: Queen Boudicca lies beneath Platform 10 at King's Cross (legend has it); Dick Turpin fled the Bow Street Runners along secret passages leading from the cellar of the Spaniards pub in North London; the remains of a pre-Christian Mithraic temple have been found near the Bank of England; on the platforms of the now defunct King William Street Underground, posters still warn that 'Careless talk costs lives'. Stephen Smith uncovers the secrets of the city by walking through sewers, tunnels under such places as Hampton Court, ghost tube stations, and long lost rivers such as the Fleet and the Tyburn. This is 'alternative' history at its best.
Category: Travel