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Wed, 28 Nov 2012 09:31
Most definitely Not For Parents, publishers Lonely Planet have given us a few sample pages from Extreme Planet for you to download and enjoy! Here's their description of the book:
"A whirlwind tour of the globe, seeking out the highest, deepest, scariest, smelliest... Things on the planet. What's the longest place name? The oldest fossil? Each page is dedicated to a theme: Animal Experiences, Deadly and Dangerous, .. Quirky graphics, illustrations and photographs capture these extreme themes from a child's point of view."
So just click on the button below to sample Planetary Extremity!
Tue, 23 Oct 2012 14:24
Did you know that the new Lemony Snicket book is out today?
That it's the first volume in a new series called All The Wrong Questions?
Do you want to click the button below to watch the trailer?
Who is that standing behind you?
These are all the wrong questions...
And don't forget our Lemony Snicket competition ends on October 31 (coincidence? Highly unlikely.).
Thu, 18 Oct 2012 11:28
Get the inside scoop on the most powerful city on Earth Washington, D.C.: Capital of the Free World; the most powerful city on Earth. No other country, company, or international organization can compare with the reach and wealth of the federal government.
How Washington Actually Works For Dummies explains who has a seat at the table, how the policymaking process works, and how one survives. It takes you inside the political process in Washington, discusses changes in recent decades, and explains how the parts fit together.
In a presidential election year when economic issues are center stage and the candidates will go head to head in policy debates, there's no better time to discover the ins and outs of how policy is actually made.
Wed, 17 Oct 2012 10:32
"A fish and a teardrop. Five black spots, four blossoms blue, and a T that is white. A heart and an arabesque. A smile, a black Q, and a reflection of you." These are just some of the hundreds of objects readers are invited to find in David Carter's latest art pop-up book, Hide and Seek.
His previous art pop-up titles, One Red Dot, 600 Black Spots, and other bestsellers, have sold hundreds of thousands of copies around the world, asking readers to find a single image hidden within ten pop-up kinetic sculptures.
With Hide and Seek, David has expanded the concept and now includes hundreds of images or words hidden within the pop-up landscapes, inviting readers to explore and discover something new with each visit.
Mon, 01 Oct 2012 14:14
There's a movie of the popular and well-loved book Perks of Being a Wallflower. A sentence that can bring audible groans on well-loved books being movie-ised but this one happens to be written and directed by the books author Stephen Chobsky. So, augurs well we think!
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