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An Coloring Book by The Oatmeal
by Matthew Inman
In cozy Robot City, robots #403 and #405 are tucked in and accounted for, but #404 is missing. Is hesearching for the city of Atlantis...or was he attacked by the shrimp known as mantis? Did he leave thisworldly place...and find an evil race of ...
by Boze Hadleigh
492 Great Things About Being Italian is fun, informative and catnip for 17 million Italian-Americans. It follows in the footsteps of other successful books aimed at this minority proud of its remarkableand ongoing!heritage. It comprises 492
Learn 50 knots for sailing, climbing, camping, and more
by Marty Allen
Attention all nerds, put down that laptop and pick up this brilliant guide to tying 50 must-know knots. If you're unaware of the difference between a Cow Hitch and a Marlinspike Hoop or a Running Bowline and a Square Lashing, all will be ...
by Clarke John
More wonderful interviews with Australia's leading citizens, drawn from John Clarke and Bryan Dawe's weekly broadcasts on ABC TV's 7.30 Report. The inimitable John Clarke is back with another hilarious collection of the highs and lows in the ...
by Simon Crerar
A hilarious book-length listicle of Australian bizarro by the editor of BuzzFeedOz. WARNING: Contains explicit language. Deadly spiders that survive for days under water ... Centipedes so big they poison snakes ... Prehistoric monsters ...
by Elizabeth Paulson
by Ali Graham
Stepping in gum. Tricky crossword puzzles. Getting caught with your fly down. Even the coolest, most successful dude on the planet is subject to the daily indignities that plague the rest of us, and now, in the very funny hands of cartoonist Ali
by Greg Stones
Ninety-nine Stormtroopers join the Empire, and then their troubles begin. One takes a lunch break in the carbon freezing chamber. One forgets it’s Lord Vader’s birthday. Two are distracted by Princess Leia’s hair. One picks the
by Charles Schulz
by Running Running Press
by Running Running Press
by Tam Dean Burn
A rampaging force of nature is wreaking havoc on the streets of Edinburgh, but has top shagger, drug-dealer, gonzo-porn-star and taxi-driver, Juice Terry Lawson, finally met his match in Hurricane Bawbag? Can Terry discover the fate of the ...Audio Book
by Cecil Aldin
Originally published in 1902, this book is the diary of a day in the life of a less-than-well-behaved dog who, nonetheless, charms an entire household. This roguish hero tells the story of a rather eventful day in his life in his own voice ...
Strange and Unusual Phobias
by Bernie Hobbs
We are all fascinated by phobias and the weird and wonderful things that people are afraid of. Some phobias are those many of us can identify with fear of needles, spiders or snakes for example but others are harder to explain, such as the fear ...
An Illustrated Celebration
by Elizabeth Graeber
A charming, quirky, and utterly unique gift book with more than 100 portraits of famous historical, contemporary, factual, and fictional bearers of red hair: Queen Elizabeth I, Lucille Ball, Vincent van Gogh, Erik the Red, Louis C. K., Willie ...
by Edward Monkton
A beautiful story about two lovely dinosaurs with a message as old as time itself – that being together is better than being apart… the perfect gift for Valentine's Day Featuring animals as well as distinctly animalistic humans, ...
by Richard Osman
by Michael Palin
"If you've ever wondered what happened to the young fellow from Malta who bought his grandfather an altara If you're concerned about the camper called Jack who found a huge snake in his packa And if you suspect that an eccentric landowner called
The decline of reason and why public debate makes us want to scream
by Helen Razer
Alain de Botton meets Russell Brand in this glorious rant about everything that drives you mad about the modern world. ...
by Simon James
A fun, quirky, dip-in-and-outable exploration of Latin and its relevance today Think Latin is an unnecessary, long-dead language? Think again! This fun, absorbing book, packed with quirky bite-sized lists, quizzes and trivia, proves that Latin ...