The Modern Day Spotter's Guide

The Modern Day Spotter's Guide

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By (author) Richard Horne

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  • Publisher: SQUARE PEG
  • Format: Paperback | 176 pages
  • Dimensions: 110mm x 178mm x 14mm | 200g
  • Publication date: 12 September 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 022409551X
  • ISBN 13: 9780224095518
  • Sales rank: 1,007,020

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Tired of the dull daily commute to the office, the tedious traipse to and from the school gates? Fed up with the seemingly endless shades of grey that decorate the canvas of modern life? Then the time has come to open your eyes! For in the midst of those soulless sceneries and vacant vistas there lies a wealth of fascinating detail. Look up! Look carefully all around! Where once there was monotony, now there is intrigue in abundance; sights and sounds sure to delight and amuse, amaze and entertain, to brighten each and every day - for once you spot, you can't stop. The Modern Day Spotter's Guide brings together the fun and frustrating, the maddening and the mundane, the good, the bad and the ugly to offer you a list of unlikely things to spot on your daily trudge through life. So be sure to keep your eyes peeled: for whether it be a cat with a moustache, a hopelessly lost tourist, a pigeon with one foot, an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction or the face of Jesus in your soup, the world is waiting to be spotted. See things a little differently. And, remember, life is in the details - don't let them pass you by.

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Richard Horne is a graphic designer and artist. He lives in Norfolk. His bestselling books include 101 Things to Do Before You Die, 101 Things to Do Before You're Old and Boring and A is for Armageddon which have been published in 16 languages worldwide. He illustrated The Dangerous Book for Boys and Al Murray's The Pub Landlord's Book of British Common Sense.