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  • Start-up Smartby Bennett Robin

    Harriman House 2010; US$ 3.95

    This book will not make you a million in three months and it doesn't make any wildly optimistic claims about saving the world, changing the way we think about business or improving your chances of pulling. What it does do is give an honest, detailed, straightforward description of how to start a small business from scratch, with relatively little money,... more...

  • Kicking the Property Ladderby Bennett Robin

    Harriman House 2012; US$ 3.93

    Is property investment all it is cracked up to be? Buying a house has become a byword for financial security; renting is dismissed as a lacklustre alternative to a mortgage and the bounties of ever-rising property prices. But what if it's not true? What if renting represents far better value for money - and the best financial decision you could ever... more...

  • How to Make a Good Living Running Your Own Businessby Bennett Robin

    Harriman House 2013; US$ 6.59

    This is a brilliantly revealing, often laugh-out-loud guide for every dreamer, college-leaver and second career-er who has ever thought about starting their own business but fallen asleep in the first chapter of a typical business book. Based on what entrepreneur Robin Bennett has found to work over the last 20-odd years in business, it is a frank,... more...

  • Nervus Rex and other Rhymesby Robin Bennett

    Andrews UK 2013; US$ 3.49

    Humerous rhymes for 6-12 year olds including How best to avoid monsters who visit at night, the curious habits of Hippos, Vegetarian T-Rexes, life in Cloud Cuckoo Land, exotic creatures in Aunt Emily's garden, and what to do with Grandpa's False teeth... more...

  • Alpha Dadby Robin Bennett

    Andrews UK 2013; US$ 6.99

    How to be a dad, hold down a job and keep a sense of humour whilst you are about it. A month-by-month description of the first year of fatherhood dealing with everything from family tax credits, to changing nappies and what to do with your hands during the birth. An easy to read, humourous book combining helpful advice on what to expect at each stage... more...

  • Angel of Monsby Robin Bennett

    Andrews UK 2013; US$ 6.99

    "Ben’s father is in prison and his mum, a former child genius, is barely hanging on to her sanity.When Ben and his classmates are nearly killed in a coach crash in Belgium, Ben starts to experience flashbacks: visitations to the brutal start of World War 1 and the uncertain world of Corporal Sam Lyle.Is Ben going mad too, like his mum, or... more...

  • Bad Borisby Robin Bennett

    Andrews UK 2013; US$ 9.49

    Read all about the badness of Bad Boris... Though his mother's pride and joy, Boris was a nervous boy, But Boris had a cunning plan - one day he'd be superman, He whizzed around the crowded streets,Smash doors and stealing sweats,Whilst shouting out some very rude names,Boris stole computer games. more...

  • Bullets and Bonesby Robin Bennett

    Andrews UK 2013; US$ 9.49

    I'm Bullets and Bones, brigand and thief, so come with me now, I'm armed to the teeth.We'll nick from the rich and give to the poor and dance by the fire on a piratey shore.'Bullets and Bones - dread pirate or friendly chap?We'll steal golden nuggest, diamonds and pearls,To make us all rich and give to the girls.' more...

  • Miles Byfarby Robin Bennett

    Andrews UK 2013; US$ 6.99

    A festive adventure for 7-10 year-olds: Myles, who lives with his grandparents and does not get to see his parents much, finds out his computer does things that it really shouldn't. Transported to Lapland, he discovers that he's forgotten his slippers and secondly that someone has stolen the Christmas Spirit and Myles has to steal it back.... more...

  • The Pepper Kingby Robin Bennett

    Andrews UK 2013; US$ 6.99

    Deep below Creake Castle there lies a secret...A ghost story with hidden tunnels to boot. Can Fred solve the mystery of the Pepper King in time to save Creake Castle from being bulldozed?This is an Adventure story about a remarkable boy, Fred Longshanks, who lives in Creake Castle with his parents and several unruly hedgehogs. It may contain nuts. more...