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  • Top 10 for Menby Russell Ash

    Octopus 2008; US$ 12.99

    It's a fact that men love lists: with lists, men can find the most interesting information with the least amount of effort. This book contains over 250 lists covering the most important subjects in life - cars, sports, barbecues, gadgets - and answers the most vital questions: Are Ferraris faster than Lamborghinis? What's the most common murder weapon?... more...

  • Sperm Are From Men, Eggs Are From Womenby Joe Quirk

    Orion 2008; US$ 6.99

    Finally, the answer to why, when it comes to romance, women are coy and men are just clueless! Men and women ARE different. There are whole shelves full of books, millions of internet sites, and our own parents to tell us that. And anyone over a certain age can tell you how they differ. But do you know WHY we're different? This book will tell you:... more...

  • Secrets Of Angels And Demonsby Dan Burstein; Arne de Keijzer

    Orion 2010; US$ 5.99

    The first book to help you understand the mysteries and secret histories within the plot of Dan Brown's bestselling ANGELS AND DEMONS. SECRETS OF ANGELS AND DEMONS provides the curious reader with concise, authoritative explorations of the major themes that help propel the plot of Dan Brown's new bestseller, ANGELS AND DEMONS. Taking the same... more...

  • Allen's Dictionary of English Phrasesby Robert Allen

    Penguin Books Ltd 2008; US$ 23.96

    Allen’s Dictionary of English Phrases is the most comprehensive survey of this area of the English language ever undertaken. Taking over 6000 phrases, it explains their meaning, explores their development and gives citations that range from the Venerable Bede to Will Self. Crisply and wittily written, the book is packed with memorable and surprising... more...

  • A Dictionary of the English Language: an Anthologyby Samuel Johnson; David Crystal

    Penguin Books Ltd 2006; US$ 21.14

    Samuel Johnson's Dictionary, published in 1755, marked a milestone in a language in desperate need of standards. No English dictionary before it had devoted so much space to everyday words, been so thorough in its definitions, or illustrated usage by quoting from Shakespeare and other great writers. Johnson's was the dictionary used by Jane Austen... more...

  • Penguin Pocket Jokesby David Pickering

    Penguin Books Ltd 2006; US$ 8.45

    Have you heard the one about the man who walked into a bar? (Ouch!)... Penguin Pocket Jokes is essential (and hilarious) reading for anyone searching for the perfect joke. Whether you want a snappy wisecrack or a longer rib-tickler when making a speech, this easy-to-use guide will provide the perfect witticism. more...

  • The English Yearby Steve Roud

    Penguin Books Ltd 2008; US$ 21.14

    This enthralling book will take you, month-by-month, day-by-day, through all the festivities of English life. From national celebrations such as New Year’s Eve to regional customs such as the Padstow Hobby Horse procession, cheese rolling in Gloucestershire and Easter Monday bottle kicking in Leeds, it explains how they originated, what they mean... more...

  • Funny You Should Say Thatby Andrew Martin

    Penguin Books Ltd 2006; US$ 12.68

    '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...

  • The Secrets Of Nostradamusby David Ovason

    Random House 2012; US$ 25.37

    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...

  • Forensic Scienceby DK

    Dorling Kindersley Ltd 2008; Not Available

    Help your child learn about forensic science with this fact-packed guide! From how faces can be reconstructed to analysing DNA: let your child discover the remarkable ways in which forensic detectives can solve even the most baffling of cases. Great for projects or just for fun make sure your child learns everything they need to know about forensic... more...