B. Yagnik

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (12 of 12)
Location: London, England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 908,725 - Total Helpful Votes: 12 of 12
NVQs for Dental Nurses by Carole Hollins
NVQs for Dental Nurses by Carole Hollins
Contents cover exact curriculum taught, teaches key concepts in a memorable but uncluttered way. Vitally, it avoids sounding like a school textbook by conveying complex information in a comprehensible but appropriately aimed-at-adults tone.
Easy to follow and chart progress against clear headings, correlates well with class structure, fantastic resource. Thoroughly, thoroughly recommended.
Dylon Tulip Red Hand Dye 50 g (Pack of 4) by Dylon
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I am making a Gokaiger Red costume shirt for a friend and unable to find what I wanted in any shop online or in town, I had high hopes for this little sachet, being as it was from such a renowned company as Dylon. The instructions were easy enough to follow, and I was excited about the formerly white, soon-to-be-red shirt.
However, the day after dying, after I had cold-rinsed, tepid-warm-washed and hung the shirt to dry, it had turned slightly pink. Perhaps I misunderstood the colour of the flower on the packet, but this is NOT a deep red as the tulip picture suggests - it is definitely a pinkish red.

Pros:
Truly beautiful colour; very soft after dying; doesn't leave… Read more
Seasons of Splendour: Tales, Myths and Legends of &hellip by Madhur Jaffrey
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Book of splendour, 7 May 2007
True to its title, 'Seasons of Splendour' brings readers a taste of the colourful myths and folktales of the subcontinent in their most glorious, imaginative form.

I read this book when I was a pre-teen, but its appeal spreads much further than a child audience thanks to the subtle messages embedded within the texts - humility, compassion and the strength of family. Whether you are familiar with the stories, having heard them from your grandmother after dinner (as my sister and I have) or are encountering them for the first time, Madhur's accomodating narration draws readers into the sense of a land far far away; one in which you marvel at the love of the sister who sacrifices… Read more

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