The perfect parenting companion... Not suitable for children. Mums and Dads have always yearned for a rule book, a hitchhikers' guide if you will, that spelled out for them how to raise their children properly so they grow up to be well-rounded, decent and likeable adults. Well, that book doesn't exist. ...Show more
Laughter is the best medicine and once again, Wildlife artist Rose Rigden shoes her wry sense of humour with this collection of wildlife portraits where the animals have very human behaviours and attitudes.
What do you get when you drop a longtime self-loather into the glitz and glamour of Hollywood? This is a hysterical, and brutally honest look at the impossible standard of perfection for which so many of us strive. Actress and comic Lisa Ann Walter boldly, and poignantly, shares her life-long struggle w ...Show more
The original Pretty Good Joke Book was pretty darn funny. But it can?t hold a trick candle to the latest edition of this perennial favorite. With more than 200 new jokes, this book runs the gamut from giggles to belly laughs, from gentle chortles to roll-on-the-floor hilarity.
Earthquake cartoon book summarising Christchurch, New Zealand's major earthquakes from 2010 to the present in cartoon form
Fans of Giles will be thrilled to receive the latest annual treat from the archives of the celebrated cartoonist, whose work won him huge popular admiration and accolades including being voted the best cartoonist of the 20th century. In this collection, Giles takes a tongue-in-cheek look at the beloved ...Show more
THE PERFECT GIFT for unshakable rule abiding colleagues. __________________________________ 'Your call is important to us, ' says the lady on the help-line. The call is important because it is currently making the company 48p per minute.' __________________________________ 'Sam has forgotten her passwor ...Show more
The perfect book for anyone who has ever faced the trials and tribulations of the wonderful and exasperating world of parenthood. Little Miss Busy hadn't always been so busy. She used to enjoy lazy weekends and leisurely lie-ins. But then she had kids. Now her life is a constant juggle of demands and pr ...Show more