Figure 1 Winter 2018 Books by Raincoast Books

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winter 2018 figure 1 this edition of the catalogue was printed on august 8 2017 to view updates please see the winter 2018 raincoast ecatalogue or visit

figure 1 winter 2018 lead the complete plate 120 recipes 30 meal plans a stronger healthier and happier you by lauren klukas contributions by janine elenko and ashlee gillespie this lavishly illustrated cookbook provides a science-based weight control program that is easy healthy and delicious food wellness is a term used to describe the ideal state for adopting healthy eating habits into a busy day-to-day life when food wellness is achieved the body and mind performs optimally when one of these areas is missing it is almost impossible to establish sustainable healthy eating habits figure 1 on sale jan 2/18 8 x 10 • 308 pages 150 photos 9781773270159 • $29.95 • pb cooking health healing weight control notes promotion the complete plate shows that weight maintenance and weight loss can be achieved through a balanced diet of ingredients that come together to meet both nutritional and caloric demands featuring meal plans for a caloric diet of 1,500 2,000 and 2,500

figure 1 winter 2018 beau dick by darrin martens figure 1 on sale mar 15/18 7 x 9 • 160 pages 80 photos 9781773270401 • $40.00 • cl art american native american notes promotion a stunning tribute to the art and life of one of the greatest indigenous carvers of the last fifty years born in 1955 on village island kingcome inlet british columbia beau dick was a kwakwaka’wakw artist activist and teacher he lived and worked in alert bay although foremost an artist dick was actively engaged in all aspects of kwakwaka wakw culture studying and revivifying the traditions of carving dancing and storytelling from the age of fourteen dick trained with his grandfather and father his skills were further enhanced when he spent a period in victoria working with his uncle henry hunt dick later worked with many other artists including tony hunt bill reid robert davidson and doug cranmer he was part of a team of carvers working under the direction of cranmer that recreated