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- DK Publishing 2010; US$ 24.99
What? You have more questions? BRING IT ON! Ask Me EVERYTHING! Really! This book is chock full of lists and quips, stats and quotes, and will keep readers of all ages asking questions for hours. No topic is left unquestioned, no question is left unanswered. This brilliant follow-up to Ask Me Anything will bring joy and edification to the whole family. more...
- World Tree Press 2011; US$ 30.99
A classic and a monumental technical work unequaled in the fields of parapsychology and holistic philosophy. Compiled for the researcher, student, or professional by June Bletzer, PhD, it boasts over 9,000 entries arranged in a comprehensive, annotated, user-friendly manner, and is fully cross-referenced. The material spans over four millennia of thought,... more...
- Andrews UK 2011; US$ 2.99
This is a quick read reference guide to 50 popular dog breeds, which also has some excellent photos to help you recognise the breeds if you see them. Following on from his other popular 50 Quick guides, this book will open you eyes to the many wonderful and varied companions which have lived with us in our homes for many years in our shared evolution.... more...
- Simon Pulse 2011; US$ 6.99
The year is 1951 and eighteen-year-old Elli and her mother arrive in New York City. Finally they can leave behind bitter Holocaust memories and become real Americans! From office filing all day, to the challenge of night school, to interpreting the intentions of Alex, a handsome and persistent doctor, Elli soon finds learning English is only half... more...
- Octopus 2009; Not Available
From the bestselling author of "Hamlyn's Top 10 of Everything" series comes a special collection of 250 unique lists that observe of the idiosyncrasies of our Isles and encompass everything British. Discover hundreds of essential, intriguing and bizarre facts about your country's most iconic subjects, including: the 10 most produced plays by Shakespeare;... more...
- RHCP 2011; US$ 12.78
What's your name? Is it Chloe? Jessica? Jack, Sam? Is it Emily? Rebecca? Matthew, Dan? ...Or is it Fart Bear? Noah Zark? Piggy Banks? Be grateful for your ordinary name - this funny, fascinating book is full of the silliest, the strangest, the weirdest and the wackiest names from around the world (and... more...
- Random House Australia 2011; US$ 10.66
From the winner of the Man Booker Prize. The collected short pieces of nonfiction from one of Australia's best novelists. 'And what do you do, Mr Faulkner?' asked Clark Gable after being introduced to William Faulkner at a party. 'I write,' replied Faulkner. 'And what do you do, Mr Gable?' Collected here for the first time are the very best of Richard... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2006; US$ 15.98
The English language is crammed with colourful phrases and sayings that we use without thinking every day. It's only when we're asked who smart Alec or Holy Moly were, where feeling in the pink or once in a blue moon come from, or even what letting the cat out of the bag really means that we realize that there's far more to English than we might have... more...
- Random House 2012; US$ 28.78
Walker argues that previous translations have got it wrong, because they have failed to realise that Nostradamus was writing in an esoteric language called the 'green language'. Where previous translations have seemed to stretch a point to make a quotation fit an historical event, Walker reveals the prophet's true prophecies regarding the American... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2006; US$ 14.38
'A fool and his words are soon parted' wrote William Shenstone in 1764; one might add that 'A wit and his words are rarely collected'. Here is the antidote: a dazzling survey of the funniest remarks, quips and observations from Ancient Rome, the Bible and Chaucer right up to The Simpsons and Little Britain. Over 5,000 of the very funniest remarks to... more...