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5.0 out of 5 stars Good value, lovely colours, 22 Jan 2013
The pink and the red are both true colours, nice light fabric, looks like they will wash well. The fit is slim but the cut is not meant to meet at the front, and the arms are not too tight fitting. I am a 10-12 and took note of the comments on sizing, the 12-14 is good for me. I have ordered four more for summer as light, bright cover-ups to go over everything and keep me looking appropriate for work.

Mental Health Act Manual
Mental Health Act Manual
by Richard Jones
Edition: Paperback
Price: 70.00

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Essential for all MH professionals, not just AMHP's. 14th Edn., 21 Nov 2011
Incorporates the act, the caselaw, the Jones annotations, the interpretation, painstakingly cross referenced. Includes the Code of Practice for ENGLAND (not the welsh one) the interface with the human rights act, the new MH act amendments 2007 and the mental capacity act.
Reference work extraordinaire for an incredibly complex area of law that only really comes into play when people are at their most vulnerable and need legal protection most. Highly recommended, pity it does not come with a handle and a set of wheels though!

Uriel's Machine: The Ancient Origins of Science
Uriel's Machine: The Ancient Origins of Science
by Christopher Knight
Edition: Paperback
Price: 6.29

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A serious, well researched and argued book., 4 Jan 2010
This book is meticulously argued, and brings together a range of disciplines and an open minded approach not normally associated with the analysis of history. The format of providing a conclusion/summary for each chapter is initially helpful, although much of the flavour of the argument is lost if one were to read only these conclusions.

The authors bring together disciplines such as astronomy, archaeology, anthropology, theology and narrative analysis and analyse and set these within a historical context. The complex information is made accessible and clear

This book presents a challenge to accepted paradigms, and is understandably controversial, but to the open minded, prepared to consider well researched and evidenced ideas from a pair of well established writers, the contents make a huge amount of sense, providing reasoned and rational argument throughout.

The quality of this work is most clearly displayed in its' non judgmental attitude to history. This book should be read by christians as well as by scientists and those of any other leaning.

Highly recommended.

Everyone Knows What a Dragon Looks Like (Aladdin Books)
Everyone Knows What a Dragon Looks Like (Aladdin Books)
by Jay Williams
Edition: Paperback
Price: 6.27

5.0 out of 5 stars Memories from Childhood, 2 Jan 2010
This is one of the books which I have remembered from childhood. It has incredible illustrations and leaves a profound impression. The story is dramatic and very Chinese in outlook (as you would expect). The problem with this book is the title, which is why I spent so long searching for this book before finding it. Is on a par with a Magic Paintbrush (Ladybird Reader 5 edition).
A Treasure of a Book. Essential for children!

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