New arrivals

  • 28 March 2015

    All the latest celebrity news and real-life stories!

    Combining the best celebrity news and gossip with compelling real-life stories, Closer gets close to the heart of the story and brings you the truth behind the headlines. Also includes: TV listings, puzzles, beauty and body advice, destiny and more! Perfect for a coffee-break read, or to download and enjoy on the move...
  • Spring 2015
    Digital Photo: Lite

    Inspiring you to improve your digital camera and Photoshop skills.

    Created by expert photographers and image-makers, Digital Photo provides inspiration and step-by-step advice that ensures you get the most from your hobby. Our three main areas of content are: 1 Technique articles Inspiring projects that show photographers the best way to master their cameras and photo accessories. 2 Photoshop skills Step-by-step advice on how to use Photoshop creatively. 3 Buying advice Authoritative tests on cameras, lenses and photography accessories. We'll help you buy the right kit at a price you can afford. Digital Photo is published 13 times a year, once every four weeks.
  • April 2015
    Highlights for Children

    Fun with a Purpose

    The experts at Highlights know how to keep kids motivated while they learn. Filled with fiction, nonfiction, Hidden Pictures®, skill-building puzzles, science experiments and more, this read-only digital version of Highlights magazine strengthens reading abilities, promotes creativity, sharpens thinking skills, and helps build confidence. Visit to learn more. Ages 6-12.
  • All About History Events That Changed The World
    All About History Events That Changed The World

    From the Black Death to 9/11, the moments in history that have shaped the world

    The world we live in today has been shaped by the events of the past. From crucial battles to ingenious inventions, there are specific moments in time we can look back on and wonder how different the world would be today if they hadn't occurred. This book takes an in-depth look at some of those events, from the Black Death and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand to the Cuban MIssile Crisis and 9/11, discover how these monumental events changed the course of history. Featuring: 50 events that changed the world - The key moments in history that shaped the world we live in today Assassinations that shook the world - From Lincoln and Archduke Franz Ferdinand to JFK and Bin Laden Disasters that defined a generation - Examine the causes and effects of events such as 9/11, Chernobyl and the Wall Street Crash Iconic events and inspirational moments - Learn how man walked on the moon, and one man’s dream united a nation
  • May 2015

    The best-selling film magazine on the planet

    NEWS! Empire brings you world-exclusive movie news and first-look pictures of the films you want to watch and care about. REVIEWS! Empire delivers the most independent and authoritative movie reviews in the world - period. ACCESS! Empire's incredible insider-access brings you the interviews with A-list Hollywood stars that no-one else can get. All served with an irreverent sense of humour and unparalleled movie knowledge...
  • May 2015

    BIKE: the definitive motorcycling magazine

    BIKE is packed with road tests of new bikes and inspirational riding stories, with fantastic places, amazing races and extraordinary people. Created by a passionate and expert team of motorcycle riders, Bike makes you feel part of the amazing motorcycling world. Our three main areas of content are... Road tests: We ride and test all the latest bikes, from tourers to retros. Riding: We take motorcycles to the four corners of the UK, and the four corners of the world Extraordinary travel stories: amazing races, extraordinary events and astonishing bike people.
  • April 2015

    My First Highlights Magazine

    Highlights Hello magazine builds early language skills, strengthens the parent/child bond and helps parents teach their little ones about the joys of reading. Each 16-page issue of this read-only digital version of Hello includes colorful images, simple stories, activities and helpful tips that encourage quality time together. Visit to learn more. Ages 0-2.
  • April 2015
    High Five

    Celebrating Early Childhood

    For beginning readers! The stories and poems, crafts and recipes, puzzles and other activities in this read-only digital version of High Five magazine set children on the path to lifelong learning. Each 40-page issue reinforces reading skills, math skills and other areas of learning, and offers activities that help build self-confidence. Visit to learn more. Ages 2-6.
  • April 2015
    High Five Bilingue

    In English y Espanol

    Inspire learning in two languages! This read-only digital version of the English/Spanish magazine helps young children strengthen their first language while learning a second. The engaging stories, poems, puzzles and activities are perfect for young children — and for parents — who are learning to speak and read in Spanish and English. Visit to learn more. Ages 2-6.
  • 2015
    Kiteworld Magazine Travel Guide 2015

    International kitesurfing travel guide produced by Kiteworld Magazine

    Now in its 9th edition, the annual Kiteworld Travel Guide is essential reading for any serious travelling kitesurfer and for anyone wanting to learn in the best conditions possible. Featuring in-depth breakdowns of over 40 of the best kitesurfing destinations found around the world, the guide includes set-up information relating to the riding conditions, the suitability for your ability level and where to get lessons, lowdowns on the area and practical advice for making the most of your trip when you're there.
  • 2015
    Quilts for Every Occasion 2015

    Celebrate the seasons, special events, and life's milestones with a variety of quilts and holiday projects.

    Find the perfect way to commemorate occasions such as births, graduations, anniversaries, weddings, and numerous special holidays. No matter what you're celebrating, we've got you covered!
  • March 2015
  • Spring 2015
    Practical Photography: Lite

    For photographers who want to improve their camera skills

    Every issue of Practical Photography is packed with expert advice and tips that will help YOU improve your photography. Each issue contains: - Inspirational and award-winning photographs - The best ‘Technique Guides’ in the industry - FREE feedback on your images - Jargon-free, 100% independent reviews Whatever brand you use (Canon EOS, Nikon, Sony, Samsung, Panasonic Lumix and so on), our easy-to-follow technique guides will help you get the most from your digital SLR, interchangeable lens camera (CSC), or compact. Note: This 'Lite' digital version of Practical Photography does not contain any interactivity.
  • Spring 2015
    Practical Fishkeeping

    The foremost magazine for people who keep - or aspire to keep - fish

    Practical Fishkeeping (PFK) is the world's no1 fishkeeping magazine. Whether you keep your fish in tanks or ponds, you'll find the latest top advice, features, inspiration and equipment news here... written by pre-eminent experts in their respective fields. Buy an issue of PFK and you will find: - The latest aquarium equipment reviewed - Our independent recommendations! - Tips on how to look after and keep your fish - Expert guides tropical marine, cold and tropical freshwater - Expert advice on aquascaping PFK is published 13 times a year.
  • 2015
    Best-Ever Projects & Shop Tips 2015

    There’s something for every woodworker in this collection of beautiful projects that enhance your home and build your skills.

    A special section crammed with Shop Tips provides creative insights for getting the most out of the tablesaw and router, and to simplify and improve project construction, assembly, and finishing.
  • 2015
    Outdoor Spaces

    Deck, Patio & Outdoor Living focuses on front yards and backyards as outdoor living spaces.

    Deck, Patio & Outdoor Living focuses on front yards and backyards as outdoor living spaces, including family-friendly decks, patios, outdoor furnishings, pools and spas, and other hardscaping considerations (fencing, pathways, etc.). Enjoy inspiring before-and-after photos, landscape plans, plant profiles, and advice from the experts.
  • 2015
    100 Ideas Quick & Easy Decorating

    Bring out your personal style with 100 of Better Homes & Gardens® best decorating ideas to dress up any room easily.

    From creating pretty wall art displays to giving furniture pieces a facelift, each issue focuses on simple decorating projects that will refresh every room in your house, inside and out, without breaking your budget or requiring more than a weekend to do. We give you pretty photos and helpful tips on how to create each project so you can bring your own sense of style home.
  • 2015 - Issue 3
    Kate Bush - The Ultimate Music Guide

    124 pages of incredible history

    There are few British musicians who are as revered and elusive as Kate Bush - a fact brought home by the rapturous acclaim that greeted her return to live shows, after 35 years, in 2014. Now, Uncut's latest Ultimate Music Guide reveals the truth about Kate Bush, and examines every part of her momentous and often strange career. As usual, we've dug deep into the archives of NME and Melody Maker to find revelatory interviews with Bush. “There are always so many voices telling me what to do that you can’t listen to them,"" she told one Melody Maker journalist in 1985. ""All I ever do is listen to the little voices inside me. I don’t want to disappoint the little voices that have been so good to me.” From the striking arrival of ""Wuthering Heights"", through to the magical comeback of Before The Dawn, the Ultimate Music Guide: Kate Bush tells her whole story. Uncut's writers have revisited every one of her albums and provided detailed new reviews: every song reassessed and rated. And along with the interviews, they show a genius on her own trajectory, whose idiosyncratic vision, and whose determination to bring that vision to fruition, has been there right from the start. That's the Ultimate Music Guide: Kate Bush. We just know that something good is gonna happen…
  • No.27_Vol.7.3
    Kendo World

    Crossing Swords and Borders

    Kendo World is the only English language periodical devoted to Japanese budo (martial arts), and the dissemination of its vast practical, philosophical and historical aspects to the non-Japanese speaking community. Although Kendo World's primary focus is kendo, it also covers iaido, naginata, jodo, jukendo and tankendo, as well as other koryu. In addition to these martial arts, Kendo World also contains articles of cultural and historical significance on various subjects related to budo. The Kendo World Team also visits and reports on many of the major kendo tournaments in Japan and around the world. The articles contained in Kendo World are written by an international network of experienced martial artists spread across Japan and the world. Translations of articles and books published in Japanese, including those of our supporters Kendo Nippon and Kendo Jidai magazines, are also included in Kendo World.
  • 2015 - Issue 1
    Radiohead - The Ultimate Music Guide

    124 pages of incredible history

    "As Thom Yorke and his bandmates return to the studio to work on their ninth album, it seems an ideal time to dedicate the latest Uncut Ultimate Guide to the geniuses of Radiohead. How such an adventurous, uncompromising band also became such a successful one is among the best and strangest musical stories of the past two decades, and we hope we've done it justice. Once again, we've come up with deep new reviews of every Radiohead album (and every solo album by the bandmembers), as well as finding the very best interviews in the archives of NME, Melody Maker and Uncut and reprinting them in full. Some are tense and troubled. Many others, though, reveal a band whose reality is at odds with the stereotypes: an endlessly droll and charming group of men, whose wry contempt for rock'n'roll cliché has informed most every move they've made in the past 20 odd years. ""I’m not trying to define rock’n’roll,"" Thom Yorke told NME's Stuart Bailie in February 1993. ""To me, rock’n’roll just reminds me of people with personal hygiene problems who still like getting blow-jobs off complete strangers. That’s not what being in a band means to me.” Uncut's Ultimate Music Guide to Radiohead, then. As Thom Yorke once sang, ""It's the best thing that you ever had/The best thing that you ever, ever had…"""