|Author:||Charles Schulz; Kristin Chenoweth (Introduction by)|
Peanuts surges into the 1970s with Schulz at the peak of his powers and influence: a few jokes about Bob Dylan, women's liberation and 'Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex' aside, these two years are as timeless as Peanuts ever was.
How should a motorist converse with the police? Should you switch off your headlights when another car approaches? What parts of the engine can you fix with a sheet of emery paper, insulating tape and copper wire? The 1920s heralded the age of motoring with the arrival of the 'affordable' Austin Seven... read more
As we all know, the oxymoron is one of the great beauties of the English language. It has been defined as 'a figure of speech that juxtaposes elements that appear to be contradictory'. Famous examples would include 'bitter-sweet', 'open secret' and 'compassionate Con... read more
A wickedly funny look at the challenges of new parenthood. with cocktail recipes. Being a new mom is "AHHHH! WHAT HAVE I DONE?" hard. Why are all these tiny clothes so expensive? Who wrote these mind-numbing board books? Will Mommy ever carry a purse again that's not a diaper bag? And how is she even ... read more
The nifty-sized miniature follow-up to the international bestseller Wreck This Journal--perfect for die-hard wreckers wherever they are in the world Featuring dozens of new activities as well as some of the most popular prompts from the original, Wreck This Journal Ever... read more
How do you get rid of unwanted guests? What do you do if there's a racket in the quiet carriage? How should you eat peas, and behave in queues? How to behave, like how to punctuate, is an aspect of life that many are no longer taught - and getting it wrong is the stuff of comedy at best and humiliatio... read more
An indispensable compendium of popular misconceptions, misunderstandings and common mistakes culled from the hit BBC show, QI.
From the bestselling authors of The Book of General Ignorance comes a noticeably stouter edition, with... read more
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... read more
This collection of comical verse on the ups, downs and roundabouts of being a grandparent is the perfect way to unwind after handing back the little darlings at the end of the day!
Whether you're just going grey or growing old disgracefully this collection of comical verse on all things oldie, is the perfect pick-me-up.
Being given yet another pointless 'man manual' that told him fifty ways to tie a bow tie in under 30 seconds made James May certain there was a need for another kind of book. This book, in fact.
He reckons there are nine vital things that a chap should be able to do... read more
Did you hear the one about the horse that walks into a bar? The likely answer to this is 'yes', but regardless, it's the classic gags that keep people laughing time after time. "An Englishman, An Irishman and a Scotsman..." is a fantastic celebration of all t... read more