1149 books (58 pages) in this category
Maths Made Simple
by Liz Strachan
by Lynne Truss
'If Lynne Truss were Roman Catholic I'd nominate her for sainthood.' Frank McCourt The international bestseller, reissued and with a new introduction. A witty, entertaining, impassioned guide to perfect punctuation, for everyone who cares about
by Dame Edna Everage
Dame Edna Everage, Australia's most famous – and funniest - export, tells the history of her homeland in 100 objects. It's very rare that we see the emergence of a completely original idea in the world of books. Dame Edna Everage's ...
by Andy McElfresh
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Or, You Can't Survive on Ideas Alone
by Bo Burnham
by Press Running
"Does somebody need a hug?"
by Press Running
The Ultimate Collection of 1001 Daft and Undignified Ways You Can Exit the Stage of Life
by David Southwell
<DIV>A massive and hilarious collection of true stories chronicling the most bizarre, amazing and absurd ways to die ever brought together. Awe-inspiring examples of stupidity and lack of combine to give you the most incredible cautionary tales ...
by Malcolm Croft
<DIV>Emojis have captured our hearts, just as we have acquired theirs at the end of many of our texts and emails. These little colourful characters and icons of the small screen have - like it or not - become part of the very fabric of our ...
<DIV>In a casually weird, super relatable, pop-culture-inflected observational style perfectly attuned to the adulting generation, Owlturd Comics is full of heart. Life is often personified as a buff dude that Shen combats on a day-to-day basis.
by Sam Jordison
Something has gone wrong. We're living in an age of celebratory racism, extreme inequality, uncertainty and fear. We're governed by people who claim to be populist but who seem to hate everyone. There are idiots at the wheel and we're heading ...
by Ben Fogle
What makes the English English? Is it their eccentricity, their passionate love (or, indeed, hatred) of Marmite – or is it something less easily defined? Beginning at the top of a muddy Gloucestershire slope at the Coopers Hill ...
by Ben Pobjie
by John Clarke
<i>For many years it was assumed that poetry came from England. Research now clearly demonstrates, however, that a great many of the world's most famous poets were actually Australians. </i> Possibly the most important anthology ever ...
Policing the Kimberley Frontier of Western Australia 1882 - 1905
by Chris Owen
<p><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">In </span><i style="line-height: 1.45em;">Every Mother?s Son is Guilty, </i><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">Chris Owen provides a compelling account of policing in the Kimberley district from 1882, when ...
by Charles Schulz
by Workman Publishing
<DIV><P>Sometimes you just don’t feel like going to work. Or making any effort at all, really. Or hearing one more person tell you to “Have a great day!” — seriously, what’s so great about it?</P><P><B>Everything Is
by SINCLAIR LEWIS
"Good Lord, Jeeves! Is there anything you don't know?" "I could not say, sir." That, in brief, is the essence of the relationship between aristocrat Bertie Wooster and his dryly superior valet, Jeeves. Originally published in The Strand ...
And Other Observations of My Cat's Inner Dialogue
by Katie Cook
<div>He's codependent, potty-mouthed, and pissed off . . . with the litter box, the couch, and YOU! This cranky kitty's bad attitude and existential woes—captured in hysterical postcards—will ring true to anyone who's ...
by Malcom Croft
Are you sick of baking blogs? Had enough of cupcakes Once upon a time, human beings existed solely on a diet of raw meat, fruit and vegetables. those days are over. Now we are a nation of sweet tooths, sugar fiends and muffin tops hell bent on ...